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Many parents testified that their children's allergies had been brought under control by the treatment. But some experts are still concerned about its safety.
Sept. 13, 2019
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The TV and film star is the first parent to be sentenced in connection with the years-long, multimillion-dollar scheme. The case has resurfaced questions about college access, race and privilege.
Sept. 13, 2019
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The young Swedish activist led a protest at the White House on Friday. But she wasn't looking to go inside. "I don't want to meet with people who don't accept the science," she says.
Sept. 13, 2019
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As a poor, sick village boy in Ghana, Shadrack Frimpong remembers "praying and saying if I can keep these legs, then I will use them and work to help other people." And that's exactly what he did.
Sept. 13, 2019
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Brad Smith says governments need to step in and set rules for the Internet giants. "Almost no technology has gone so entirely unregulated, for so long, as digital technology," he says.
Sept. 13, 2019
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The veteran band's new single is a gritty swamp-rock critique of the Guantanamo Bay detention camp and the powers that have kept it open.
Sept. 13, 2019
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The singer, whose singles "Take Me Home Tonight" and "Two Tickets to Paradise" helped define a certain 1980s pop sound, died Friday of esophageal cancer.
Sept. 13, 2019
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The current suicide hotline — 1-800-273-TALK or 1-800-273-8255 — has helped many people. But it's long and tough to remember in a crisis. The FCC is proposing a new national, three-digit number.
Sept. 13, 2019
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The deal, which a bankruptcy court must approve, covers most of the claims from the Camp Fire in 2018 and Northern California wine country fires in 2017. Insurance companies had sought $20 billion.
Sept. 13, 2019
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In his memoir, the former NSA contractor says he believes he has been proven right as the U.S. has amended laws regarding government surveillance. But the government still wants to prosecute him.
Sept. 13, 2019
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"Owning a firearm is a privilege not a right," New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said six months after a gunman killed 51 people in Christchurch.
Sept. 13, 2019
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Former Vice President Joe Biden and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren faced off onstage for the first time, but Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders wound up taking much of the heat, sparing Warren.
Sept. 13, 2019
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A large chunk of Thursday's Democratic primary debate featured policy brawls about health care policy — including costs, coverage and worries about whether the party is growing too extreme.
Sept. 12, 2019
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The majority does not rule in the Senate, and that has some Democrats — including presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren — pushing to change how things work. Others warn that could backfire.
Sept. 12, 2019
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The former Texas congressman promised a mandatory buyback program for assault-style weapons. Public support for such a program is divided.
Sept. 12, 2019

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