Local Nun Partners With African 'Cow Project'A St. Louis nun is changing lives in Africa through cows.
Study: Immigration Stand Linked to Belief In Voter FraudSurvey shows most of those who believe voter fraud is rampant, have negative feelings toward immigrants of color.
SLU Doctors Test More Universal Yellow Fever VaccineThe current vaccine is made from a weakened strain of the live virus, so it's not recommended for those who have challenged immune systems.
5 Most Extreme White Water Rafting LocationsA profile of five of the most extreme whitewater rafting locations in the world
5 Largest Animal Sanctuaries In The WorldA look at five of the world's largest protected areas
Study: Climate Change Could Increase Murder RateStudy shows homicides increase as temperatures rise.
AB InBev Finalizes $107 Billion Bid For SABMillerAB InBev and SABMiller had twice extended the deadline for a formal offer implementing an agreement in principle announced Oct. 13.
AB InBev Bid to Buyout SABMiller Could Come TodayThe Sunday Times in London say InBev is offering upwards of $106 billion.
African Leaders: Ebola Could Lead To Food Crisis Financial aid and global coordination are needed to prevent the Ebola health care crisis from becoming a food emergency, agriculture ministers from West African nations at the center of the Ebola outbreak said Wednesday.
Patient Isolated at University of Kansas Hospital Officials at the University of Kansas Hospital say a man being treated in isolation is considered at low to moderate risk of having contracted the Ebola virus.
An Epidemic: Top 10 Outbreaks In U.S. HistoryThroughout the years, epidemics and plagues have shaken up societies and cultures around the world.
Risk of Ebola Cases in St. Louis is 'Very Low,' Expert SaysThe Ebola outbreak in Africa is worsening, causing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to issue a special warning. But how likely is this deadly disease to show up in the U.S. or in St. Louis?