Friday is World AIDS Day, a day to remember that HIV is still a problem.
According to a report from The Lancet, exposure to polluted air, water and soil caused an estimated 9 million premature deaths in 2015.
Treatment for HIV has come a long way since the 1980s, and some California senators wanted to update the laws accordingly.
Drug overdoses from synthetic opioids like fentanyl skyrocketed in 2016.
Six members have left the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS. They say it's because President Donald Trump "doesn't care about HIV."
In developed nations, life expectancies for people living with HIV have gone up for about a decade, according to a new study.
An estimated $300,000 people across the U.S. are expected to help raise more than $4 million to fight HIV/AIDS.
Las Vegas will be the first place in the U.S. to have this kind of service for drug users.
AZT was the first drug approved to treat AIDS.
Bill Gates' foundation invests up to $140 million for a new HIV-prevention therapy.
That's 1 million more people than last year.
Denver has become one of the first cities in the U.S. to reach a major milestone in the global effort to end AIDS epidemic.