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Tanya Rust, 29, of Montreal, was sent home by doctors who missed shingles on her ear. A diagnosis eight days later has left her with a neurological disorder.
A lot has changed since Mark Zuckerberg launched TheFacebook in 2004. Here are some of the milestones that mattered most.
A likely shoo-in to be the next attorney general, William Barr spent much of his career helping phone companies reassemble the old Bell System monopoly.
The social network is growing fastest in Asia, is insanely profitable, makes most of its money from mobile ads, and has rewarded investors richly.
The United Nations predicts that the global population will soon explode. In *Empty Planet*, John Ibbitson and Darrell Bricker argue they're dead wrong.
Experts from Ohio State University analysed data on almost 700,000 children in Israel to examine the effect of losing a parent or living in a divorced home.
While some brands have opted out of football's biggest night, plenty of others were willing to pony up for 30 seconds of persuasion.
The president's son might not fully understand the show's name or acronym.
Plus: Lyft tries to stop a driver minimum wage law and carbon fiber production is going to be problematic for flying taxis.
We know very little about how neural networks actually work. But mathematicians are developing a theory to help make them more predictable.
A new set of connected blinds shows that Ikea's approach to the smart home still makes perfect sense.
The fate of this year's big game could rest with the teams' two formidable kickers—and whether they perform under pressure.
Thousands more NHS patients could have lifesaving liver transplants in the coming years thanks to ground-breaking technology that increases the number of organs available by up to a third.