Food and Drug Administration advisers found that celecoxib poses no greater risk for heart attacks and strokes than prescription doses of popular pain relievers ibuprofen and naproxen do.
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In Sierra Leone, there are about 4,000 Ebola survivors. They still face physical and mental issues. And as Ebola has faded from the news, government support has dwindled.
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The teen's parents had been followers of the guru, who is in his late 70s, and had brought her to one of his ashrams to receive spiritual instruction. A court in India found him guilty.
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Hoboken Mayor Ravinder S. Bhalla is issuing an executive order to make all city-owned single occupancy restrooms gender neutral.
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A Copenhagen court has sentenced eccentric inventor Peter Madsen to life in prison over the murder of journalist Kim Wall on his homemade submarine.
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President Rodrigo Duterte called Boracay island a "cesspool." It draws 2 million visitors a year but isn't equipped to accommodate them. Residents agree there's a problem, but worry about losing jobs.
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Also: Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone is the new NSA chief; the Taliban declare the start to their spring military offensive; and the remains of an 8 million year old elephant turn up in Macedonia.
A 21-year-old Israeli Arab who says he isn't Jewish, but only conducting an "experiment" by wearing a skullcap, took video of the attack last week in Berlin.
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The president met Tuesday with Navy Rear Adm. Dr. Ronny Jackson, a White House official confirmed to NPR. The official said Jackson wants to keep fighting and that Trump supports his decision.
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Richard Ojeda is a progressive Democrat from coal country who campaigns in combat boots. Supporters say he's the kind of Democrat who might be able to win in a solid Trump state in 2018.
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The Supreme Court is hearing arguments Wednesday in the long-anticipated travel ban case. It is the last argument of the term.
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