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Mar 22, 2019

'My Heart Was Broken': Mourners In New Zealand Bury Victims Of Mosque Shootings
A week after a gunman killed 50 people at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, friends and family have been gathering for funerals and to listen to the Muslim call to prayer.

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Mar 22, 2019

North Korea Pulls Out From Inter-Korea Liaison Office
The North's withdrawal from a key office to improve relations with South Korea was abrupt, and will likely strain ties between the neighboring countries.

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Mar 22, 2019

Controversial 'Abortion Reversal' Regimen Is Put To The Test
Several states require doctors who perform medical abortions to tell their patients the procedure can be "reversed" with progesterone. There's an absence of evidence to support that contention.

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Mar 22, 2019

2 American Service Members Killed In Afghanistan
About 14,000 U.S. troops are in Afghanistan. U.S. representatives have been negotiating a peace deal with the Taliban and President Trump has said he wants to cut down the U.S. presence there.

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Mar 22, 2019

U.K. Gets Brief Extension To Withdraw From E.U. As 'Cliff-Edge' Date Delayed
European Union leaders gave the country two different deadlines, depending on whether U.K. lawmakers can agree on a path forward. One deadline is in two months; the other in two weeks.

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Mar 22, 2019

U.K. Gets Brief Extension To Withdraw From EU As 'Cliff-Edge' Date Delayed
European Union leaders gave the country two different deadlines, depending on whether U.K. lawmakers can agree on a path forward. One deadline is in two months; the other in two weeks.

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Mar 22, 2019

Moderate Democrats Under Pressure As Party's Left Grabs Attention
Rep. Abigail Spanberger's bipartisan credentials were a central issue for voters at a recent town hall. The freshman lawmaker beat a Republican incumbent in an ideologically diverse Virginia district.

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Mar 22, 2019

It Will Take More Than Transparency To Reduce Drug Prices, Economists Say
The Trump administration wants to increase transparency in prescription drug pricing. But health economists say the administration's call to tie prices to what other nations pay might work better.

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Mar 21, 2019

Facebook Stored Millions Of User Passwords In Plain, Readable Text
The information was held in a readable format within the company's internal data storage systems. Facebook says it "found no evidence to date" of abuse.

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Mar 21, 2019

New Zealand Listens To Muslim Prayers A Week After Mosque Shootings
The island nation, still reeling from last Friday's attacks, heard a message of healing amid plans to change gun laws in hopes of preventing future attacks.

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Mar 21, 2019

President Trump Backs Israeli Sovereignty Claim Over Golan Heights
In a tweeted announcement, the Commander in Chief appeared to overturn decades of U.S. policy just ahead of Israeli elections

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Mar 21, 2019

Florida Man Pleads Guilty To Charges Of Mailing Bombs To Trump Critics
The Justice Department says Cesar Sayoc "rained terror" by mailing 16 bombs to 13 targets. The explosive devices were sent in the days before last fall's midterm elections.

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Mar 21, 2019

With Thousands Of Migrants Crossing The Border Daily, We Asked 'Why Now?'
Three possible factors account for the surge of migrants at the border: economics, social media, and the Trump administration's own tougher immigration policies.

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Mar 21, 2019

Kushner Used Private Email To Conduct Official Business, House Committee Says
Oversight Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md., is investigating alleged violations of federal records laws. Jared Kushner's lawyer disputes some of Cummings' assertions about what he told the committee.

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Mar 21, 2019

Federal Court Ruling May Open The Door To More 'Scam PACs'
Think a "Donald Trump for America PAC, "Boomers for Beto PAC" or "Come on Kamala PAC" that actually doesn't help the intended candidate at all, but could be used to line the pockets of its founders.

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Mar 21, 2019

Pregnant Behind Bars: What We Do And Don't Know About Pregnancy And Incarceration
Pregnant women in prison face difficult circumstances, and data on their pregnancies has been scarce. New research lays the groundwork for addressing this neglected public health issue.

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Mar 21, 2019

The Student Strike That Changed Higher Ed Forever
Black students at San Francisco State College walked out in a protest that led to the rise of ethnic studies departments at colleges and universities around the country.

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Mar 21, 2019

Former Murdoch Executive Says He Quit Over Fox's Anti-Muslim Rhetoric
A former top executive for Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. tells NPR he left his job because of relentlessly harsh depictions of Muslims and immigrants in Murdoch's media properties, especially Fox News.

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Mar 21, 2019

Potent But Unpredictable: How Special Counsels Have Posed A Special Threat
From Presidents Ulysses Grant to Richard Nixon to Bill Clinton and Trump, a number of independent investigators have looked into allegations too hot for normal processes.

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Mar 21, 2019

New Postpartum Depression Drug Could Be Hard To Access For Moms Most In Need
Postpartum depression hits low-income women especially hard. Will a promising new drug, Zulresso, become affordable and accessible enough to help them?

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Mar 21, 2019

1,000 Venezuelan Armed Forces Have Fled Across Border, Says Colombian Government
Those service members who have escaped amount to less than 1 percent of the Venezuelan military, but they now pledge allegiance to Juan Guaidó as their country's president.

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Mar 21, 2019

Judge Restores Wisconsin Governor's Powers, Strikes Down GOP Laws
A Wisconsin county judge ruled Thursday that laws passed in December by Republicans during a lame-duck session to limit the power of incoming Democratic Gov. Tony Evers are unconstitutional.

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Mar 21, 2019

Russia's Connection To Brexit Is 'Opaque And Complicated,' Journalist Says
New Yorker journalist Ed Caesar discusses Arron Banks, the British businessman who funded the most extreme end of the pro-Brexit "Leave" campaign — possibly with help from Russia.

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Mar 21, 2019

Petition To Cancel Brexit Breaks U.K. Government Website, Tops 1 Million Signatures
"I simply want a large number to slap in the government's face," said Margaret Anne Georgiadou, the petition's organizer. And then came the deluge.

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Mar 21, 2019

'Biggest Fight Is Against The Clock' As Death Toll Rises From Cyclone Idai
More than 400 people have been killed from the storm and subsequent flooding across Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi.

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Mar 21, 2019

'Biggest Fight Is Against The Clock,' As Death Toll Rises From Cyclone Idai
More than 400 people have been killed from the storm and subsequent flooding across Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Malawi.

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Mar 21, 2019

Boat Sinks In Iraq, Killing Dozens During New Year Celebration
Iraq's health ministry says 55 people, including many children, are confirmed dead, after the capsize of a boat carrying revelers celebrating the Nowruz holiday.

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Mar 21, 2019

Boat Sinks In Iraq, Killing At Least 100 During New Year Celebration
The casualties included many children, as a vessel carrying Nowruz holiday revelers capsized in the Tigris River. Authorities said the boat appeared not to have had life vests on board.

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Mar 21, 2019

Human Genomics Research Has A Diversity Problem
Studies on the genetics of human diseases have focused largely on people of European descent. Researchers say this lack of diversity is bad science, and exacerbates health inequities.

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Mar 21, 2019

Acting Defense Secretary Shanahan Investigated Over Ties To Boeing
Patrick Shanahan spent 30 years as a Boeing executive before joining the Defense Department as deputy secretary. The inspector general will examine whether Shanahan improperly promoted Boeing.

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Mar 21, 2019

Why #ThisIsMyHustle Is Trending In Nigeria
Across the country, young people are proudly sharing their side hustles and main gigs, from baking wedding cakes to growing ginger to laying tile.

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Mar 21, 2019

'I Can Exist Here': On Gender Identity, Some Colleges Are Opening Up
A decade ago, one university started putting pronouns on course rosters. Today, it's not alone.

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Mar 21, 2019

Nicaragua Says It Will Release Hundreds Of Detained Opposition Protesters
The protesters have been detained since demonstrations against the government of President Ortega began last spring.

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Mar 21, 2019

Now, There Is Zero Proof That Alcohol Is What Makes A Great Cocktail
Millennials are drinking less, spurring beverage companies to create alternatives to traditional cocktails — using herbs, spices, citrus and veggies to craft unique flavors for non-alcoholic drinks.

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Mar 21, 2019

Guaido Says Venezuelan Agents Detained His Chief Of Staff In Pre-Dawn Raid
Describing what he called a kidnapping, Guaido said weapons had been planted at Roberto Marrero's house and that he should be freed immediately.

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Mar 21, 2019

Guaidó Says Venezuelan Agents Detained His Chief Of Staff In Pre-Dawn Raid
Describing what he called a kidnapping, Guaidó said weapons had been planted at Roberto Marrero's house and that he should be freed immediately.

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Mar 21, 2019

Nebraska Faces Over $1.3 Billion In Flood Losses
Historic flooding in the Midwest has caused unprecedented damages and led to at least three deaths.

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Mar 21, 2019

Harvard Profits From Photos Of Slaves, Lawsuit Claims
Tamara Lanier, the descendant of an enslaved man known as Renty, is suing Harvard for damages. She wants the university to return the photos of her ancestor.

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Mar 21, 2019

Can Inuit Moms Help Me Tame My 3-Year-Old's Anger?
After learning how parents in the Canadian Arctic address a child's misbehavior, I changed my tactics when my toddler would slap my face in anger.

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Mar 21, 2019

Museum Curator In Florida Races Against Time To Preserve Holocaust Items
Since Holocaust survivors are getting older and their stories are fading away, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum is putting curators in regions where survivors live to preserve their memories.

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Mar 21, 2019

Pay Raises, More Staff, Earmarks: Lawmakers Propose Ways To Overhaul Congress
A newly created bipartisan House committee is examining ways to change both the culture and the law-making structure on Capitol Hill.

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Mar 21, 2019

Oklahoma Sheriff And Deputies Resign Over 'Dangerous' Jail
"The condition of the jail is such that it does not comply with constitutional standards," Nowata County Sheriff Terry Sue Barnett told reporters after tendering her resignation.

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Mar 21, 2019

Fentanyl-Linked Deaths: The U.S. Opioid Epidemic's Third Wave Begins
Overdose deaths involving fentanyl are rising — up 113 percent on average each year from 2013 to 2016. Dealers are adding cheap fentanyl to the illicit drug supply, and some users get it accidentally.

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Mar 21, 2019

Fentanyl-Linked Deaths: The U.S. Opioid Epidemic's Third Wave
Overdose deaths involving fentanyl are rising — up 113 percent on average each year from 2013 to 2016. Dealers are adding cheap fentanyl to the illicit drug supply, and some users get it accidentally.

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Mar 20, 2019

New Zealand Banning Weapons Like Those Used In Mosque Attacks In Christchurch
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said Thursday that the government will ban "military-style semi-automatic weapons and assault rifles," to avert "the kind of horror and attack that we saw on Friday."

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Mar 20, 2019

Border Patrol Starts Releasing Asylum-Seeking Migrants To South Texas Streets
The move is an apparent return by the government to the practice President Trump has called "catch and release" and promised to end when he was a presidential candidate.

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Mar 20, 2019

'The Future Of Literature': Whiting Awards Celebrate 10 Emerging Writers
The novelists, poets and playwrights won Wednesday partly for their work so far, but also for the promise they've shown. If previous winners are an indication, it's a promise they're likely to keep.

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Mar 20, 2019

On The Brink Of Brexit, PM Theresa May Pushes For Extension With EU Support
The European Council President said a delay of three months is possible. But U.K. lawmakers would have to approve terms of separation that May has already unsuccessfully proposed to them.

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Mar 20, 2019

Trump Carries On Criticism Of McCain, As A Republican Calls His Words 'Deplorable'
The president again complained about the late Arizona senator during an Ohio speech, even criticizing the McCain family for not showing gratitude to the president over the late senator's funeral.

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Mar 20, 2019

Boeing Brings 100 Years Of History To Its Fight To Restore Its Reputation
Two high-profile plane crashes. The grounding of its best-selling jetliner. How did Boeing get here, and how can it recover from this crisis of confidence?

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Mar 20, 2019

Supreme Court Justices Seem Incredulous At Repeated Racial Bias In Jury Selection
In a Mississippi death-penalty case, the justices were skeptical of the way the state picked and dismissed black jurors and appeared ready not to uphold the conviction.

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Mar 20, 2019

Civil Rights And Faith Leaders To FBI: Take White Nationalist Violence Seriously
Civil rights and faith leaders are demanding a meeting with the FBI director. The message: time to prioritize white nationalist violence.

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Mar 20, 2019

Fed Signals Rate Hikes May Be Over For 2019
The Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged Wednesday and signaled that no more rate hikes may be necessary this year amid signs of economic slowing.

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Mar 20, 2019

Trump Backs Public Release Of Mueller Report
The president told reporters "let people see" special counsel Robert Mueller's report as he again denied any collusion with Russia prior to his election in 2016.

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Mar 20, 2019

Plight Of Survivors After Cyclone Idai: No Power, No Homes, No Roads
Charities are trying to help with what a Red Cross staffer calls "the worst humanitarian crisis in Mozambique's history." Zimbabwe and Malawi were also struck.

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Mar 20, 2019

Democratic Candidates Embrace The Risk Of Radical Ideas
Increasing the size of the Supreme Court and scrapping the Electoral College are two of the latest provocative proposals sweeping the 2020 Democratic field.

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Mar 20, 2019

EU Fines Google $1.7 Billion Over 'Abusive' Online Ad Strategies
For years, AdSense contracts gave Google a wide range of control, including how its rivals' search ads would appear — and their size, color and font, the EU says.

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Mar 20, 2019

In Wake Of Mass Shooting, New Zealand's Ardern Calls For Global Fight Against Racism
The prime minister visited a school that lost two current students and one former student in the Christchurch mosque shootings last week.

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Mar 20, 2019

#AbledsAreWeird: People With Disabilities Share Uncomfortable Encounters
"There's really no common sense attached when able-bodied people approach disabled people." says activist Imani Barbarin, who started the hashtag.

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Mar 20, 2019

Radovan Karadžic Gets Life As Hague Court Upholds Genocide Conviction
Judges in The Hague upheld the Bosnian Serb leader's conviction in connection with the 1995 Srebrenica massacre that claimed the lives of 8,000 Muslim men and boys.

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Mar 20, 2019

Radovan Karadzic Gets Life As Hague Court Upholds Genocide Conviction
Judges in The Hague upheld the Bosnian Serb leader's conviction in connection with the 1995 Srebrenica massacre that claimed the lives of 8,000 Muslim men and boys.

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Mar 20, 2019

Looking For Happiness In The 3rd Least Happy Country In The World
Afghanistan ranks extremely low on the World Happiness Report, released for World Happiness Day on March 20. But that doesn't mean it is a place devoid of happiness.

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Mar 20, 2019

Advice On How To Be Happy From The 3rd Least Happy Country In The World
Afghanistan ranks extremely low on the World Happiness Report, released for World Happiness Day on March 20. But that doesn't mean it is a place devoid of happiness.

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Mar 20, 2019

Avalanche Forecasters Say Rocky Mountain Region Now At Higher Risk
Avalanche forecasters in Colorado say it's going to be a bad year. They're predicting the highest danger level for snow slides since they began forecasting in 1973.

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Mar 20, 2019

'The Lost Gutenberg' Traces One Bible's 500-Year Journey
The depth of Margaret Leslie Davis' research on the tome's history cannot be understated — her writing is straightforward and, at times, heartbreaking, but outstanding reporting lies at the core.

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Mar 20, 2019

U.S. Airstrikes In Somalia May Amount To War Crimes, Says Rights Group
A new report by Amnesty International alleges that the U.S. killed at least 14 people in five different airstrikes in Somalia. The U.S. says it has never killed or injured a civilian.

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Mar 20, 2019

In 'Horizon,' Considering All That Is Connected
Barry Lopez's new book is a biography and a portrait of some of the world's most delicate places, but at heart it's a contemplation of the belief that the way forward is compassionately, and together.

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Mar 20, 2019

Sackler Family's Donation To British Museum Is Quashed Over Opioid Fallout
The U.K.'s National Portrait Gallery and the Sackler family — owners of the company that makes OxyContin — say they're concerned that allegations of profiteering could overshadow the gift.

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Mar 20, 2019

Donald Trump Jr. Says U.K.'s Prime Minister Should Have Listened To His Father
The political chaos surrounding Brexit could have been avoided had Theresa May simply followed the president's advice, Donald Trump Jr. wrote in an op-ed.

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Mar 20, 2019

Donald Trump Jr.: U.K.'s Prime Minister Should Have Listened To My Father
The political chaos surrounding Brexit could have been avoided had Theresa May simply followed President Trump's advice, his son wrote in an op-ed.

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Mar 20, 2019

Despite U.S. Pressure, Germany Refuses To Exclude Huawei's 5G Technology
The U.S. says it may stop sharing intelligence with Germany if it adopts Chinese firm Huawei's 5G technology. But the threats haven't swayed Germany, which says it can set its own security standards.

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Mar 20, 2019

San Francisco To Pay $13.1 Million To Man Framed By Police For Murder
Jamal Trulove spent more than six years in prison before being acquitted in 2015. A jury found police deliberately fabricated evidence and withheld exculpatory material.

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Mar 20, 2019

Disney Officially Owns 21st Century Fox
The $71 billion deal strengthens Disney's portfolio and gives it even more leverage to compete against other streaming powerhouses.

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Mar 20, 2019

Surrounded By Military Barracks, Skiers Shred The Himalayan Slopes Of Indian Kashmir
Kashmir, disputed between India and Pakistan, is the site of a decades-long insurgency. It is also a winter sports haven. During recent airstrikes and shelling, a ski station remained open.

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Mar 20, 2019

D.C.'s Women Judges Are Central To The Russia Imbroglio, Often Behind The Scenes
Some of the least-known but most important figures in the Russia investigation and its aftermath are the women who preside over its headline-grabbing cases.

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Mar 20, 2019

D.C.'s Female Judges Are Central To The Russia Imbroglio, Often Behind The Scenes
Some of the least-known but most important figures in the Russia investigation and its aftermath are the women who preside over its headline-grabbing cases.

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Mar 20, 2019

Gorsuch Provides Decisive 5th Vote In Case Interpreting Treaty With Indian Tribe
On a conservative court, Justice Gorsuch has been one of the most conservative voices. But in cases involving Indian treaties and rights, he is most often sympathetic to Indian claims.

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Mar 20, 2019

Health Plans For State Employees Use Medicare's Hammer On Hospital Bills
Some states have begun using Medicare reimbursement rates to recalibrate how they pay hospitals. If the gamble pays off, more private-sector employers could start doing the same thing.

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Mar 19, 2019

California Jury Finds Roundup Caused Man's Cancer
After five days of deliberation the jury concluded the weed killer was a "substantial factor" in causing non-Hodgkins lymphoma in the plaintiff. It's the second verdict against the Bayer product.

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Mar 19, 2019

Supreme Court Broadens The Government's Power To Detain Criminal Immigrants
The ruling responds to two class-action lawsuits brought by legal immigrants who served criminal sentences and then were detained years later.

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Mar 19, 2019

Daily Marijuana Use And Highly Potent Weed Linked To Psychosis
As more places in the U.S. and Europe legalize marijuana, weed consumption is growing ever more popular. But researchers are studying a troubling health risk associated with the drug.

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Mar 19, 2019

USC Suspends Accounts Of Students Allegedly Linked To Admissions Bribery Scandal
"This prevents the students from registering for classes or acquiring transcripts while their cases are under review," officials said, as they scramble to restore trust in the application process.

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Mar 19, 2019

Economic Report Of The President ... And Some Superhero Friends
Pranksters added some whimsical credits in the fine print of an annual White House economic report.

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Mar 19, 2019

Economic Report Of The President...And Some Superhero Friends
Pranksters added some whimsical credits in the fine print of an annual White House economic report.

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Mar 19, 2019

Coping With The Persistent Trauma Of Anti-Muslim Rhetoric And Violence
After the New Zealand terrorist attacks, mental health professionals are asking: what does persistent trauma do to a generation of young Muslims growing up in the midst of it all?

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Mar 19, 2019

Cyclone Idai Leaves Millions In Need Of Rescue And Other Assistance
The storm inundated parts of southern Africa with massive floods, stranding survivors on rooftops and in trees. Hundreds are reported dead and the toll is expected to rise.

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Mar 19, 2019

Trump To Nominate Former Delta Air Lines Executive To Lead FAA
The nomination of Stephen Dickson comes as the agency faces criticism for its response to crashes involving the Boeing 737 Max.

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Mar 19, 2019

Trump To Nominate Former Delta Airlines Executive To Lead FAA
The nomination of Stephen Dickson comes as the agency faces criticism for its response to crashes involving the Boeing 737 Max.

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Mar 19, 2019

How Canada Gets Squeezed Between China And The U.S.
Canada is under pressure from the two rival powers over the Meng Wanzhou extradition case.

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Mar 19, 2019

What Needs To Be Done To End Congo's Ebola Crisis
The surge in attacks on responders obscures a crucial point: The violence is coming from two very different sources. And efforts to combat one could exacerbate the other.

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Mar 19, 2019

U.S. Mathematician Becomes First Woman To Win Abel Prize, 'Math's Nobel'
"I find that I am bored with anything I understand," Karen Uhlenbeck once said. That sentiment is part of why she won what many call the Nobel of mathematics Tuesday.

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Mar 19, 2019

After Lawsuits, Facebook Announces Changes To Alleged Discriminatory Ad Targeting
Facebook had given online advertisers tools to exclude which users could view the ads on the basis of race, gender and other federally protected characteristics. Now Facebook is changing that.

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Mar 19, 2019

Aspiring Doctors Seek Advanced Training In Addiction Medicine
Once a tiny specialty that drew mostly psychiatrists, addiction medicine is expanding its accredited training to include primary care residents and "social justice warriors" who see it as a calling.

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Mar 19, 2019

Sex, Empathy, Jealousy: How Emotions And Behavior Of Other Primates Mirror Our Own
Primatologist Frans de Waal believes that the way humans experience emotion is not unique: "That's a spectrum of behavior that we have, and the same thing is true for many other species."

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Mar 19, 2019

Head Of Japan's Olympic Committee Steps Down Amid Tokyo 2020 Corruption Probe
French prosecutors suspect the Tokyo bid committee of paying bribes to host the 2020 Games. Tsunekazu Takeda, who also chairs the IOC's Marketing Commission, maintains his innocence.

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Mar 19, 2019

White Nationalist Groups Increase Recruiting And Propaganda Across The West
The Anti-Defamation League says white supremacist propaganda has increased by over 180 percent in the last year, as they seek to recruit disaffected white kids looking for community.

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Mar 19, 2019

Nazarbaev Resigns As Kazakhstan's President; Was First Elected In 1991
Nazarbaev is the only president Kazakhstan has ever known. He first rose to authority as a Communist Party official — and he's been accused of human rights abuses.

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Mar 19, 2019

Nazarbayev Resigns As Kazakhstan's President; Was First Elected In 1991
Nazarbayev is the only president Kazakhstan has ever known. He first rose to authority as a Communist Party official — and he's been accused of human rights abuses.

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Mar 19, 2019

Nebraska Floods: 74 Cities, 65 Counties Declare A State of Emergency
Vice President Pence will visit Nebraska on Tuesday to survey damage caused by Midwest floods that have killed at least four people and displaced hundreds.

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Mar 19, 2019

Nebraska Floods: 74 Cities, 65 Counties Declare State of Emergency
Vice President Mike Pence will visit Nebraska Tuesday to survey damage caused by Midwest floods that have killed at least four people and displaced hundreds.

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