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But when Walter Mugbe says it, he really means it. It's not an exaggeration. It's the truth.
When Mugbe was 7, his dad, John, died in a car accident. His father was an electrician, and his salary supported the family of five children. Walter's mom, Catherine, didn't work. Suddenly, the family was in crisis. The two older siblings had a tough time. At a very young age, Walter Mugbe felt he had to make sure his younger siblings had enough to eat.
With egg freezing being touted as a way for women to potentially expand future childbearing options, the viability of those eggs when they're defrosted is still relatively unknown. The latest bit of guardedly good news is a short report in JAMA indicating that frozen eggs do indeed lead to live births after IVF nearly half the time — but that the odds of a live birth are almost 20 percent higher for IVF using fresh eggs.
This presidential campaign, Donald Trump may test the maxim that if you can't say anything nice, you shouldn't say anything at all.
Before a boisterous crowd of 1,400 in Greenville, S.C., on Thursday, Trump made no apologies for criticisms he's made about his fellow GOP rivals — even if it's that tone and attitude that has taken a toll on him in at least one area of the polls — an area Trump seems to have a myopic obsession with.
Former President George W. Bush, whose legacy was irreparably marred by the federal government's response to Hurricane Katrina, is visiting New Orleans today to mark the 10th anniversary of the tragedy.
Bush and his wife, Laura, arrived Friday morning at Warren Easton Charter High School, where they met students, as well as New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu and Kathleen Blanco, who was Louisiana governor when Katrina hit the city in August 2005.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) - Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed a bill that will allow a southern Illinois township board to vote to dissolve the unit of government to save taxpayer funds. The legislation signed Thursday by Rauner permits the dissolution of Belleville Township without a vote of residents. The township shares a name and boundaries with the southern Illinois city.