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Researchers asked adults to reflect back on their happy childhood memories. They found those who recalled more were less likely to have depression in adulthood, and had more supportive relationships.
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The House oversight committee is investigating increased Air Force use of an airport with an official partnership with President Trump's Turnberry golf resort, as ethics questions swirl.
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The U.S. Coast Guard says extraction plans are being made to rescue the remaining crew on the overturned Golden Ray, which became disabled in Georgia's St. Simons Sound early Sunday.
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Purple sea urchins are devouring the kelp forest off California's coast. To help the forest survive, researchers are trying to make these urchins a delicacy on menus at seafood restaurants.
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A federal lawsuit seeks to block the Food and Drug Administration from taking enforcement actions against a European doctor or her U.S.-based patients for prescribing or buying abortion pills online.
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The 2010s are almost over, so we want to know: Which albums, songs and artists defined the decade? What moments (the death of Prince) or trends (streaming, social media) will we most remember?
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Strong wind gusts toppled two large steel electrical towers, and part of a solar power plant burst into flames. The storm also knocked a golfing range's safety net onto nearby houses.
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The 48-hour walkout that began Monday could affect as many as 145,000 passengers. The union representing BA pilots says they want a fairer share of the airline's profits.
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A group of state attorneys general negotiating with members of the Sackler family says they expect Purdue Pharma to file for bankruptcy "imminently," according to an email obtained by NPR.
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U.S.-China tensions are rising on almost every front, and there are plenty of parallels to the U.S.-Soviet rivalry. Analysts say competition is inevitable, but doesn't have to lead to confrontation.
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The field of Democratic presidential hopefuls has begun to shrink in advance of, and because of, this week's debate. The new, more rigorous rules instituted by the party is causing some controversy.
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Lawmakers are back on Capitol Hill Monday after an extended summer recess. Debates on gun control, prescription drugs and trade expected but bipartisan cooperation on those are elusive,
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For 25 years, a group of inner-city kids in Philadelphia has been breaking down barriers of class and race in the traditionally exclusive sport. The concept is simple: they work to ride.
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Many clinics that provide family planning services still rely on Title X funding. Their doctors worry about what they can say to patients about abortion under new rules.
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The win, his fourth at the U.S. Open, puts him just one Grand Slam behind Roger Federer for the all-time men's singles record. But to do it, Nadal had to fend off a furious rally from Daniil Medvedev.
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The Coast Guard says 20 of the 24 people aboard the Golden Ray have been accounted for. Officials say a rescue mission will resume once the vessel is stable.
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The Secretary of State was on the Sunday news talk shows a day after Trump tweeted that a secret meeting to be held at Camp David between leaders of Afghanistan at the Taliban was canceled.
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Amber Rudd accused the British prime minister of an "assault on decency and democracy" over his plan to exit the European Union with or without a deal.
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After losing contact with the unmanned craft as it was trying to land on the moon, scientists appear to have captured an image of the lander on the surface, and they're trying to establish contact,
New York Times reporters Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey broke the story that ended the Hollywood producer's alleged reign of terror and helped to ignite the #MeToo movement.
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