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By Courtney Norris
At the 2015 International AIDS Society Conference, researchers confirmed that starting HIV patients on antiretroviral drugs early does prevent AIDS-related illness and deaths. Gwen Ifill talks to Justin Goforth of Whitman-Walker Health and U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx…
By PBS NewsHour
Indiana Governor Mike Pence this week declared a public health emergency because of 79 H.I.V. cases among injection drug-users in the southern part of the state.
By William Brangham
Cities are create micro-apartments for single living, smaller that previous laws allowed.
A 20-year ER veteran, Dr. Roy Purssell talks about drunk driving and possible deterrents.
A roundup of arts headlines.
Canada celebrated the close of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver with its most-prized victory: a gold medal in men's hockey, thanks to Sidney Crosby's overtime goal to defeat the U.S. Gwen Ifill speaks with Canadian journalist Ian Hanomansing about the…
As the Winter Olympics in Vancouver wind down this weekend, USA Today sports columnist Christine Brennan takes a look back at the highs and lows of the games.
Artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer is shining another kind of spotlight on Olympic Vancouver. Internet participants can help program 10 different 10,000-watt searchlights as part of the installation called "Vectorial Elevation."…
Tiger Woods made a public apology for marital infidelity in Florida on Friday. Also, U.S. athletes lead the overall medal count going into the second week of the Winter Olympics with big wins for Evan Lysacek and Lindsey Vonn this…
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