German prosecutors say they've uncovered evidence that seems to link the suspected gunman to the Russian government. They also say the same man was wanted for a similar killing in Moscow.
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The president was reacting to a video that appeared to show the Canadian prime minister mocking him.
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Doctors used to worry that antiretroviral drugs were too powerful for HIV-positive newborns. More evidence is emerging that, in fact, early treatment can be safe and effective.
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A local artist is turning the mountains of plastic garbage that wash up on beaches into dramatic sculptures of the very marine life threatened by the deluge of plastics.
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In the search for alternatives to coal and gas, some European countries have turned to a very old fuel. They're importing wood from the United States. Some environmentalists say it makes no sense.
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Thrive SS, an HIV support program by and for black men, credits its popularity to its grassroots approach. But the model, which focuses on forming a social networks, misses out on federal funding.
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Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., and his majority are expected to take up a report completed by the Intelligence Committee. Republicans are expected to step up their ongoing defense of President Trump.
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Hundreds of thousands of borrowers are eligible to have their student loans erased because a disability keeps them from working. NPR found many will likely never get the debt relief they're owed.
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A Syrian man says his arm was blown off and two friends were killed by U.S. helicopter fire during the assault on ISIS's leader. A defense official said the military will review what happened.
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