"I miss him every morning," the Supreme Court justice said of her late husband and booster, Marty, in an interview with NPR's Nina Totenberg.
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They work with patients to decide when genetic testing is appropriate, interpret test results and counsel families on the ways hereditary diseases might impact them. A trusting relationship is key.
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100 years ago this week, some of the bloodiest race riots this country has ever experienced erupted in more than two dozen cities, including Chicago. It was known as the Red Summer.
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A lower court had initially frozen the $2.5 billion in defense funds Trump had sought to use amid his emergency declaration earlier this year. Now liberal groups are seeking an expedited hearing.
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The Justice Department's announcement that the federal government will resume its use of capital punishment has raised questions about the drugs it plans to use.
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Harrison Duran, a 23-year-old college student at University of California, Merced, spent his summer internship hunting for dinosaur fossils.
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The agreement comes after Trump threatened to take "very severe" action against Guatemala, possibly including tariffs and a travel ban.
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Demonstrators flooded the arrivals terminal, taking their demands for protection of Hong Kong's freedoms to an international audience.
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BKC affiliate Renee DiResta will serve as the research manager for the Stanford Internet Observatory, “a cross-disciplinary initiative comprised of research, teaching and policy engagement addressing the abuse of today’s information technologies, with a particular focus on social media. This includes the spread of disinformation, cybersecurity breaches, and terrorist propaganda.”Renee DiResta Custom Section Title You might also like Source NiemanLab
Police searched Bryan Carmody's phone and raided his home and office this spring. A San Francisco judge has now quashed the warrant and ordered supporting court documents to be unsealed.
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"Our death rate is rising alarmingly," a U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees spokesperson says. Aid agencies continue rescue efforts off the shore of Libya, hoping to save anyone else who survived.
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As some 800 Marines gathered in formation at Camp Pendleton in California, 16 people were pulled out and put under arrest. It's rare for such a large group to be arrested.
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