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Researchers name the protein receptor 'Juno' after the Roman goddess of fertility.
At 3 feet long and weighing 21 pounds, Pickles is a lot of cat to love, but this rescue kitty has finally found his forever home.
The jet's specialized photography pod shows high-resolution imagery of areas affected by the overflowing River Thames.
There are hundreds of dog breeds in the world, and each is known for certain physical characteristics and personality traits. Take our dog breed quiz and see how much you know about man's best friend.
The busy-tailed rodents are being captured in Moscow's parks and sold on the Internet, prompting police to increase park security.
Durham Academy's headmaster calls for no-school due to the 'Ice, Ice, Baby.'
Video: Actor Hank Azaria asks Kevin Bacon, Mike Myers and Bryan Cranston and other fellow actors how they cope with separation anxiety as a parent.
A random YouTube video leads to the reunion of 2 sisters who grew up 5,000 miles apart.
Olympic skier finds puppy love at Sochi's ski jump venue.
A Pennsylvania animal shelter's Book Buddies program helps children improve their reading skills and help socialize the rescued felines.
'Downton Tabby' aims to get adoptable kitties back into high society.
A solid AP exam score may be just as important as a good grade on the SATs when it comes to getting into college.
The boy who eats lunch alone in the school office everyday because no one will sit with him now has more than 1.2 million likes on his Facebook birthday page.
Video: A wire fox terrier named Sky was named Best In Show at the 138th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
How much do you know about the Winter Games? Test your smarts against this oversized Olympic visual.
It may invoke images of hearts and flowers, but the origins of Valentine's Day are more gruesome than you might think.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.