The “Take Me Home Tonight” and “Two Tickets to Paradise” singer announced the news in a clip from his season 4 reality show “Real Money.”
The money will go to an organization focused on preventing human trafficking and sexual exploitation.
Disneyland hit by measles infected tourist.
The president's order comes as China announced a new round of retaliatory tariffs on about $75 billion worth of U.S. goods.
The directive was announced back in May by Alex M. Azar II, the health and human services secretary, and would require pharmaceutical companies to include the cost of drugs if they are to exceed $35 per month.
The insurers’ move mostly reflects the business’ improved finances after previous rate hikes helped revenues catch up to claims costs.
Joe Lieberman agrees with Harry Reid that far-left proposals from presidential hopefuls will hurt their chances in 2020.
Health care has been a divisive topic among Sanders, an independent, and prominent Democrats vying to challenge President Trump in 2020.
You're a cannabis farmer, dude?
While many black patients in the focus groups said they felt more comfortable when their doctor's race matched theirs, Patterson said, "I believe any person can be trained to take care of any other person."
If you’re looking to retire in Florida, a new study suggests you should choose Sarasota.
Students are going to extreme measures to smoke their vape pens in class -- and schools are trying their hardest to prevent it, according to a new report.
‘We may be looking at a different future,’ Dr. Marc Siegel
Teva’s announcement comes amid a shortage of EpiPens in the U.S., Europe and Canada, due to a series of manufacturing delays at EpiPen-maker Pfizer, which produces the device at a single plant near St. Louis.
Pence stood strongly behind President Trump and his policies.
Weight Watchers, now known as WW, launched an app aimed at children as young as 8 years old.
The president has pledged to donate part of his annual $400,000 salary.
Attorney Bryan Rotella on Republican efforts to repeal and replace ObamaCare.
The FDA proposed a new rule to include graphic images of lesser-known health risks associated with smoking.
The so-called “treatments” have actually made consumers sick, according to the FDA.