History repeated itself when nurse Lissa McGowan cared for Dave Caldwell and his son Zayne 33 years apart at a New Jersey hospital.
A baby boy is the first person born using 'in vitro maturation' because his mother couldn't get hormone injections
The French woman's success with IVM (in vitro maturation) could lead to more ways for cancer patients to preserve their fertility, a new study says.
Authorities said they arrested a man on suspicion of attempted murder after a stabbing at London Central Mosque in Regents Park.
Who is Peter Nygard, the Canadian millionaire accused of raping and trafficking nearly a dozen young women?
Lawyers for 10 women have accused millionaire fashion mogul Peter Nygard of luring them to his Bahamas estate and raping them when they were as young as 14.
Countries where life is good for kids are some of the biggest polluters in the world. Here are the 10 best places for raising healthy, happy families.
A married police couple on a date at a Raising Cane's in Kentucky thwarted an armed robbery and chased the suspect down the block
The police department gave a shoutout to the two officers who "went from enjoying them delish chicken fingie's to full-blown #Sheepdogs real quick."
A Chihuahua puppy and a flightless pigeon have become best friends at a New York animal shelter, obviously
Herman the pigeon and Lundy the Chihuahua met at The Mia Foundation, an animal rescue shelter in Rochester, New York.
US newspaper front pages compared the Las Vegas debate to a boxing match, and Bloomberg as its battered loser
Boxing puns ran amok to describe Wednesday night's Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas, Nevada.
A police officer was fired and told to immediately turn in his uniform at a town meeting, so he stripped down to his underwear and walked home in the snow
The Police Chief in Croydon, New Hampshire, was fired Tuesday night and ordered to turn over his uniform. He walked home in his underwear.
Harvey Weinstein is accused of 'grooming' his victims to sexually abuse them. Here's what that means.
Forensic psychologists and legal experts compare the modus operandi described by prosecutors in Weinstein's trial to that of child sexual abusers.
There's even more evidence that taking supplements is a waste of money — and could be harmful to your health
A new study found that nutritional supplements don't offer health benefits, and could even be harmful.
Melania Trump is catching flak after receiving a 'Woman of Distinction' award that many feel she doesn't deserve
While the First Lady encouraged "healthy online behavior," the president was on Twitter, attacking Mike Bloomberg and threatening to sue "everyone."
Meghan McCain likened the cutthroat Democratic debate to the 'Game of Thrones' 'Red Wedding' episode
The "Red Wedding" episode depicted the mass murder of several popular characters on the hit HBO show.
China is offering families of doctors who died fighting the coronavirus a 'sympathy payment' of $716
People on the Chinese social media site Weibo balked at the low number. "Is this missing a few zeros?" one asked.
The mass shooter who killed 9 in Germany published a racist manifesto where he identified as an incel and accused Trump of stealing his populist slogans
A manifesto published by the 43-year-old attacker argued that white people were biologically superior to nonwhites.
At least 9 people were killed in shootings in Hanau, Germany. The suspect was found dead in his home.
The local police reported that at least nine were killed and five injured in two shootings. The suspect was found dead in his home with another body.
Women who take a common antibiotic during pregnancy may be more likely to have babies with heart or genital birth defects, study says
The research including over 200,000 children implicates macrolides, which are often used as alternatives for people with penicillin allergies.
'We don't have a history of murdering our citizens': A Saudi official says reports that the Saudi Crown Prince is connected to the death of Jamal Khashoggi are 'ridiculous'
Saudi Arabia has made "great progress in terms of human rights," Adel al-Jubeir said, urging outsiders to educate themselves better on its state of affairs.
A millionaire fashion designer is accused of sex trafficking and raping women and girls during 'pamper parties' at his exclusive Bahamas estate
Several women have come forward since the lawsuit was filed alleging they had been sexually abused by other men and women at the direction of Nygard, a lawyer for the plaintiffs told Insider.
Kylie Jenner, Nicki Minaj, and more pay tribute to Pop Smoke after the 20-year-old rapper was killed in a home invasion
The Brooklyn native, who was best known for hits like "Dior" and "Welcome to the Party," died early Wednesday morning in Hollywood Hills, California.
The new study suggests smartphone addiction doesn't just play out in people's behaviors, it's also reflected in their brains.
Blood started leaking into a man's apartment after his upstairs neighbor died, and he said his building supervisor refused to clean the mess or relocate him
The company that owns Adam Hockett's building eventually offered to help him find a new apartment when he complained about the experience on Facebook.
A Virginia Republican chair brought a shotgun to a gun control advocate's house, claiming when 'the ballot box' doesn't work 'the cartridge box' does
Delegate Mark Levine, a Virginia Democrat, peered out his window Saturday to find GOP leader Brandon Howard toting a 12-gauge shotgun and a handgun.
A source said the couple intend to "be in the UK regularly," despite reports that they will move to Canada permanently.
A flight attendant says his keto diet caused a false positive on the breathalyzer test that cost him his job
Acetones, as byproducts of the keto diet, can sometimes cause false positives on a breathalyzer test, indicating someone has been drinking alcohol
'Megxit' and Princess Beatrice's wedding played a part in the announcement of the latest royal divorces, according to an expert
Princess Beatrice's wedding announcement "created the space to slush out more bad news," Nigel Cawthorne told Insider.
Rapper Pop Smoke, whose real name Bashar Barakah Jackson, was fatally shot during the home invasion early Wednesday morning. He was 20 years old.
Advice columnist and Trump sexual assault accuser E. Jean Carroll says she was fired from Elle magazine after the president dragged her 'through the mud'
E. Jean Carroll alleged that Trump assaulted her in a dressing room at a department store in Manhattan in the '90s. She sued him for saying she lied.
ICE says it plans to destroy a trove of detention records, including numbers on detainee deaths and sexual assaults
The ACLU races to retrieve years of ICE detention records that they say are critical to holding ICE accountable for abuses and misconduct.
Turkey is now basically at war with Syria, thanks to Russian bombing that is driving 1 million refugees toward Europe
The fighting threatens to send 1 million refugees into Turkey, which has already taken in nearly four million since the Syrian war began.
On Sunday, Mongeau and Paul were photographed having lunch at Joan's on Third in Los Angeles, a hot spot for paparazzi and celebrities alike.
A 6-year-old was held in a mental health center for 2 days without her mother's consent, and her lawyer says other parents have come forward to claim the same thing happened to their children
Nadia King, 6, was taken from her elementary school in a sheriff's department cruiser to a mental health center, where she was held for two days. Her mother's attorney will sue in federal court.
A 46-year-old man from New Jersey died at a Vail's Blue Sky Basin after slipping through an opening in a chairlift and becoming caught in his coat.
Scandals emerge regularly in K-pop, an industry angling to become one of the biggest in the world. Here are some of the most striking ones in recent years.
"It was reported that a man in his 20s was approached by another man and threatened him with a knife," Met Police said.
Trump declares himself the 'chief law enforcement officer of the United States' and admits he makes AG Barr's job harder
Trump falsely called himself the US's top law enforcement officer and admitted he makes the attorney general's "job harder."
2020 candidates are focusing their attacks on Michael Bloomberg, diverting attention that would likely otherwise go to knocking Sen. Bernie Sanders.
A top Trump economic advisor clashed with a CNN anchor during a segment where he was shown data that contradicted his claims
Peter Navarro clashed with CNN anchor Poppy Harlow during a segment where he was shown data that contradicted his claims.
Prosecutors accuse Harvey Weinstein's lawyer Donna Rotunno of 'tampering' after she wrote an op-ed addressing jurors days before deliberation
Prosecutors are outraged after Harvey Weinstein's lawyer Donna Rotunno published an op-ed maintaining his innocence days before jury deliberations.
Trump had been publicly mulling commuting Blagojevich's sentencing as the disgraced governor's wife made appeals to the president via Fox News.
More than 2,000 former Justice Department officials have signed the letter calling for William Barr's resignation after his handling of Roger Stone's sentencing
"Mr. Barr's actions in doing the President's personal bidding unfortunately speak louder than his words," the former DOJ officials wrote.
Trump administration will waive 10 federal laws to speed up border wall construction in California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas
Trump has used his power to waive environmental impact rules, Tuesday marks the first time it has been used to evade federal procurement requirements.
'Everything is a mess': Westerdam travelers in limbo again after passenger testing positive for coronavirus prompts countries to not let them 'fly through'
Passenger Christina Kerby said she isn't even home yet, but is already experiencing the stigma associated with the deadly COVID-19 virus.
Police filmed a woman trying to sneak into Shanghai in the trunk of a car to avoid being quarantined for coronavirus
The woman had visited her hometown in Hubei Province, the center of the outbreak, and was returning to Shanghai, where she works. She was quarantined.
After Sanders supporters allegedly doxxed the leadership of a Nevada hospitality union, Warren called on Sanders to address the online attacks.