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Advances in online tech are revolutionizing health care, with patients now emailing doctors, filling prescriptions or even getting therapy via a video session. But what if you can't afford broadband?
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In neighborhoods with limited access to healthy foods, school gardens can help close the gap — for students and the wider community. Some schools are now expanding the season by growing indoors.
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The multimillionaire financier was arrested Saturday in the New York area and charged with sex trafficking relating to allegations from the early 2000s, multiple media outlets report.
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The Brazilian singer and guitarist, who won wide acclaim for his abundant technical skill and minimalist style, was behind one of the best-selling jazz albums of all time, 1964's Getz/Gilberto.
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No fatalities have been reported in the immediate aftermath of the explosion, which occurred Saturday at the Fountains shopping complex in Plantation, Fla.
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Friday night's powerful 7.1 magnitude earthquake was centered near Ridgecrest, Calif., about 100 miles north of Los Angeles. There are reports of damage, power outages, but no loss of life.
NPR's Renee Montagne speaks with KGET reporter Eytan Wallace on the latest updates on a 7.1 magnitude earthquake in Ridgecrest, Calif.
The 15-year-old was down a set and two match points, but she defeated Slovenia's Polona Hercog to advance to the tournament's round of 16. She is the youngest woman to advance this far since 1991.
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The increase in enrichment levels would be Iran's second violation of the 2015 nuclear deal. Iran has already exceeded the limit, also set by the deal, for its stockpile of enriched uranium.
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It's almost as tall as the Taj Mahal. It smolders and festers. And it's a source of income for slum dwellers nearby.
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For years, women have fought for inclusion in the high-stakes world of national security. Now, they say, the effort to build a pipeline of qualified women leaders is paying off.
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Initial reports said it was magnitude 7.1, but that was later lowered to 6.9. It was centered near the same Mojave Desert site as the 6.4 quake on Thursday.
While the Justice Department continues exploring possible ways to add a question about citizenship to the census forms, a federal judge in Maryland is moving ahead with reopening two cases against it.
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The city, condemned in the Bible and a source of black magic in the Quran, has been ravaged by war and neglect. For decades, preservationists have pushed for the site to be restored.
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A woman in a viral video of her licking a carton of Blue Bell ice cream before placing it back on a store shelf could face legal repercussions.
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For two soccer-crazed nations, just one question remains: Will the U.S. continue its march of greatness undaunted, or can the Dutch pull off an upset for the ages?
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Chris Cline, a West Virginia native who came to be called the King of Coal, was en route to Florida when the copter went down in the waters off Grand Cay.
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Puerto Rico has a plan to rebuild its energy grid and move to 100% renewable power by 2050. Many communities are working toward that themselves, without help from the government.
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The Alaskan city just had its hottest and driest June ever, with average daily temperatures 5 degrees above normal. Crews are also battling wildfires across the state.
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A hardwired, us-vs.-them mentality can easily pull kids away from kindness, toward cruelty. Here's what parents can do about it.
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