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US troops took and tested ‘substantial parts’ of ISIS leader al-Baghdadi’s body after killing him — which were later buried at...
President Donald Trump revealed the methods used to conclusively identify the ISIS leader's body after US forces killed him in a top-secret raid.
A DNA test kit can tell you all about your genetic ancestry, how to be healthy, or reveal the paternity of a child. Here are the best DNA test kits.
Ancestry's new products will test for heart conditions, inherited cancers, and carrier status for conditions like cystic fibrosis.
Jeffrey Epstein had a ‘Frankenstein’-like plan to analyze human DNA in the US Virgin Islands, and it reportedly pulled in $200 million
Epstein pursued an outlandish scheme to launch a 'DNA mining' startup. Scientists said his plan made no sense.
Jeffrey Epstein mysteriously made $200 million with a new start-up after taking a hit from the financial crisis, registering as a sex offender, and lo...
Jeffrey Epstein had no problem making millions, even after the 2008 financial crisis, losing his biggest client, and registering as a sex offender.
This 9/11 first responder had his family’s DNA tattooed into his skin so that he’s never alone while undergoing chemotherapy
Former NYPD officer Johnny Walker is dealing with stage 4 colon cancer after responding to the call on September 11, 2001.
Scientists have successfully created the world's first gene-edited reptile using Crispr technology. It's a cute albino lizard no bigger than a finger.
Getting a DNA test can be a valuable part of understanding your health. Here's what it can actually tell you.
From rags to riches: a former care worker inherited a $60 million estate after DNA test confirms he’s heir to the property
A 31-year-old British man inherited a $60 million, 1536-acre estate in England after learning, through a DNA test, he was heir to the property.
From suicide prevention to genetic testing, there’s a widening disconnect between Silicon Valley health tech and outside experts who see red fla...
"There's almost this implicit assumption that they play by a different set of rules," a Harvard psychiatrist and tech consultant said.