Lying in a hospital bed with multiple gunshot wounds, his eyes opening periodically, Bampumim Teixeira was arraigned on two counts of murder at Tufts Medical Center in Boston Monday afternoon. A judge standing beside Teixeira — a 30-year-old from Chelsea, Mass. — entered two not guilty pleas for the murders of Richard Field, 49 and Lisa Bolanos, 38 — Boston doctors who were engaged to be married.
WASHINGTON - Former acting attorney general Sally Yates said Monday she warned the top lawyer in the White House that then-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn could be blackmailed by Russia, and gave the White House a private warning "so that they could take action.'' Testifying for the first time about her discussions in January with Trump administration officials, Yates gave her first public accounting of a conversation with White House counsel Donald McGahn that ultimately led to Flynn's firing.
WASHINGTON - Barron Gulak remembers one experiment that did not take place in a lab. In 1964, Gulak and the other test subjects for the research were sent out on a boat traveling through rough waters off the coast Nova Scotia. The ship rolled and pitched in a storm, tilting back and forth. But those who'd volunteered for the research were immune to motion sickness. "Honestly, it was a wonderful time," said Gulak who, along with the other research test subjects, is deaf.
From 2008 to 2015, the percentage of children ages 5 to 17 hospitalized for suicidal thoughts or actions more than doubled, according to data presented Sunday at the 2017 Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting in San Francisco. The study, led by Gregory Plemmons, an associate professor of pediatrics at Vanderbilt's Children's Hospital, looked at data on suicidal or self-harm diagnoses from 32 children's hospitals across the United States.