The biggest health stories of 2017

To the nation's opioid crisis to curing HIV in animals, here's a look back at the biggest health stories in 2017.

Nazareth cancels Christmas celebrations over…

Dr. Robert Jeffress sounds off on 'The Story.'

2017 in review: 'Disruption, despair and dumpster…

2017 produced relentless string of violence, natural disasters, refugee crises, political turmoil and other news that was difficult to turn away from

Suspect in Virginia car attack faces upgraded…

Man accused of ramming car into crowd protesting against white nationalists in Virginia faces new charge of first-degree murder

Jury rules for Arpaio in lawsuit by senator's son…

An Arizona jury has refused to award damages against former Sheriff Joe Arpaio in the since-dismissed animal cruelty case he brought against one of Sen. Jeff Flake's sons

Palestinians, Israelis clash as Jerusalem fallout continues

Palestinians protesters are clashing with Israeli forces as fallout continues over President Donald Trump's announcement recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital last week

Farmhouse for free, but buyer must move it off owners' land

A four-bedroom farmhouse in southern Iowa listed online for free comes with a catch: The new owner must move the building from the current owners' land.

'Why don't you know about jollof rice?'

West African food is expected to be big in 2018.

Mother Arrested After Taking Child to the Doctor…

Was this mother making her own child sick to get attention?

2017's Most Talked About Trends

Buzz60's Sam Berman knows the most talked about trends of 2017.

Lawyer who struggled at hearing to become judge goes viral

A lawyer nominated by President Donald Trump to be a federal judge has become an internet sensation after having difficulty answering basic legal questions

News photographer sues Ohio sheriff's deputy who shot him

A federal lawsuit says an Ohio county sheriff's office has withheld information and retaliated against a weekly newspaper after a deputy shot a news photographer setting up to take a photo of a traffic stop

Former Russian economy minister found guilty of…

Former Russian economy minister Alexei Ulyukayev is found guilty of soliciting a $2 million bribe. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

Video shows man passed out on subway tracks before rescue

New York City subway riders have rescued a man who passed out on snowy tracks as a train approached

Child Abuse Report Finds 'Catastrophic Failures…

The report comes after a five-year investigation into child abuse in Australia.

Another Potential Victim of Net Neutrality Nix: Free Online Porn

Many individuals and groups are displeased with the FCC's ruling Thursday to nix "net neutrality" rules, which kept ISPs from giving preference to or throttling some online content. But one demographic in particular is particularly hot and bothered, per the Independent Journal Review : consumers of internet porn. The site notes...

US presents evidence Iran is arming Houthis with…

Amb. Haley: 'Concrete evidence' rogue regime is aiding 'dangerous terror groups;' Fox News military analyst Gen. Keane weighs in on 'The Story.'

Amb. Haley accuses Iran of funneling weapons to…

The U.S. unveiled what it describes as undeniable evidence the rogue regime is violating international law; Garrett Tenney has the details for 'Special Report.'

House Ethics Chief Accused of Assaulting Women

The man in charge of preliminary investigations into allegations of misconduct in the House of Representatives is himself accused of physically and verbally assaulting women. A lawsuit filed in Pennsylvania alleges that Omar Ashmawy, staff director at the Office of Congressional Ethics, initiated a 2015 Valentine's Day brawl at Milford's...