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The island's government still lists the official death toll from the hurricane as 64 despite evidence that it's vastly under-counted.
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A new Gallup poll finds widespread support for abortion rights in early pregnancy, while a minority support abortion rights in the third trimester.
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CEO Elon Musk says the cuts will help the electric car company turn a profit for the first time in 15 years.
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The move by House GOP leaders late Tuesday night heads off a contentious "discharge petition" effort led by GOP moderates and House Democrats to force immigration votes if no deal was reached.
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Both countries claim the name "Macedonia" as their own. After decades of thorny negotiations, the former Yugoslav republic will become the Republic of North Macedonia.
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A lawyer for former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe argues that his dismissal violated federal law and he wants materials to help him argue his case.
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Members of the Muslim minority group who fled rape, murder and brutality in Myanmar now face different threats in southeastern Bangladesh: flooding, landslides and disease.
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President Trump spoke to reporters after his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un Tuesday. NPR reporters have annotated the transcript of the press conference.
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Not all heroes wear masks — but this one does. The little creature climbed about two dozen stories Tuesday, capturing a city's imagination in the process. Will the tiny raccoon make it to safety?
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200 medications have depression as a possible side effect. Now, a new study finds people who take these drugs are, in fact, more likely to be depressed. The more drugs you take, the higher the risk.
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The Saturday Night Fever actor strutted back into Brooklyn on Tuesday as fans and government officials celebrated how he bought exposure to the borough.
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A judge gave his blessing to AT&T's drive to take over the Time Warner media conglomerate. He rejected the Justice Department's arguments that the combined company would be too powerful.
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Trump boasted Tuesday of a bonus "favor" from Kim, but experts say it might not mean much without independent verification.
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U.S. officials and the Taiwanese president attended the Tuesday event inaugurating the ritzy new complex. But Beijing is not happy about the move, and it has made its protests well-known.
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Italy and Malta turned away the migrant rescue ship Aquarius, leaving it stranded in the Mediterranean for days. Now that Spain is accepting the ship, Italian and Maltese navies are assisting.
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Some public health officials fear Trump's move to change how the Title X family planning funding is handled may hurt the effort to cut the record number of sexually transmitted diseases in the U.S.
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One of the four key points agreed between President Trump and Kim Jong Un is to help repatriate the remains of Americans killed in action during the Korean War.
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They were competing to enter the state championship in Minnesota. But when one student pitcher struck out his childhood friend, he embraced him instead of celebrating his victory.
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The U.S Preventive Services Task Force says that the benefits from routine electrocardiograms in people at low risk of heart disease don't outweigh the harms from unnecessary follow-up tests.
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A GOP incumbent is endangered for criticizing President Trump. Democratic women look to expand their success in House primaries to races for governor. In Maine, voters will try ranking their choices.
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