Today: July 13, 2024
Today: July 13, 2024

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Colorado reports three presumptive human bird flu cases, CDC says

Colorado has reported three presumptive cases of H5 bird flu virus infection in poultry workers, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Friday.

Colorado reports three presumptive human bird flu cases, CDC says
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Body found of woman who went missing after taking DiDi ride in Mexico

Authorities found the body of a 23-year-old woman who went missing in northern Mexico days after she used the ride-hailing app DiDi, a case that has sparked outrage in the

Body found of woman who went missing after taking DiDi ride in Mexico
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What we know about D’Vontaye Mitchell, a Black man who died after being pinned to the ground in Milwaukee

43-year-old D'Vontaye Mitchell died after security guards pinned him to the ground outside of a Hyatt hotel. Mitchell's family is still unsure of what exactly happened that led to his death.

What we know about D’Vontaye Mitchell, a Black man who died after being pinned to the ground in Milwaukee
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5 things to know for July 11: Biden’s health, Power outages, Gaza, ‘Rust’ movie shooting, NASA

CNN's Becky Anderson documents four-year-old Julia Abu Zeiter's arduous journey from war-torn Gaza onto a floating ship hospital run by the United Arab Emirates.

5 things to know for July 11: Biden’s health, Power outages, Gaza, ‘Rust’ movie shooting, NASA
Health|Opinion

What a geriatric doctor wishes you knew now for healthy aging

What a geriatric doctor wishes you knew now for healthy aging

What a geriatric doctor wishes you knew now for healthy aging
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Grateful Windsor Heights family gives plaque to fire department for its aid in a woman's final months

Grateful Windsor Heights family gives plaque to fire department for its aid in a woman's final months

Grateful Windsor Heights family gives plaque to fire department for its aid in a woman's final months
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‘Severely mutilated’ bodies found in Nairobi dumpsite sparks protests

‘Severely mutilated’ bodies found in Nairobi dumpsite sparks protests

‘Severely mutilated’ bodies found in Nairobi dumpsite sparks protests
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A detailed look at children’s brains might show how sex and gender are different, new study says

A detailed look at children’s brains might show how sex and gender are different, new study says

A detailed look at children’s brains might show how sex and gender are different, new study says
Economy|Health|Political

North Carolina's Medicaid expansion program has enrolled 500,000 people in just 7 months

More than 500,000 North Carolina residents have enrolled in state's Medicaid expansion program in the seven months since it was launched

North Carolina's Medicaid expansion program has enrolled 500,000 people in just 7 months
Health|Lifestyle

'We kind of had this connection, nose to nose', woman saves dog from being put down

'We kind of had this connection, nose to nose', woman saves dog from being put down

'We kind of had this connection, nose to nose', woman saves dog from being put down
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Former Iowa priest says sex abuse case should be dismissed due to statute of limitations

Former Iowa priest says sex abuse case should be dismissed due to statute of limitations

Former Iowa priest says sex abuse case should be dismissed due to statute of limitations
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Ozempic linked with lower dementia risk, nicotine use, British study finds

Novo Nordisk's popular diabetes treatment Ozempic could be tied to a lower risk of cognitive problems, according to an observational study published by researchers at Oxford University.

Ozempic linked with lower dementia risk, nicotine use, British study finds
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What we know about D’Vontaye Mitchell, a Black man who died after being pinned to the ground in Milwaukee

What we know about D’Vontaye Mitchell, a Black man who died after being pinned to the ground in Milwaukee

What we know about D’Vontaye Mitchell, a Black man who died after being pinned to the ground in Milwaukee
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Sen. Klobuchar says she's cancer-free but will get radiation as precaution after a spot removal

U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar says she remains cancer-free following her bout with breast cancer in 2021, but doctors recently removed a small spot and that she’ll get radiation treatment as a precaution

Sen. Klobuchar says she's cancer-free but will get radiation as precaution after a spot removal
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New York law couldn't be used to disarm reservist before Maine shooting, Army official says

An Army nurse practitioner who evaluated a reservist who later killed 18 people says he couldn’t use New York’s red flag law to disarm the man because he was not a New York resident

New York law couldn't be used to disarm reservist before Maine shooting, Army official says
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Shreveport man offering $1,000 for help locating missing guide dog

Shreveport man offering $1,000 for help locating missing guide dog

Shreveport man offering $1,000 for help locating missing guide dog
Health|Lifestyle

By giving dogs a second chance through adoption, these vulnerable kids are getting a second chance of their own

By giving dogs a second chance through adoption, these vulnerable kids are getting a second chance of their own

By giving dogs a second chance through adoption, these vulnerable kids are getting a second chance of their own
Health|Science

Practicing gratitude could help you live longer, according to new study

Practicing gratitude could help you live longer, according to new study

Practicing gratitude could help you live longer, according to new study
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Trucker finds abandoned 1-year-old boy alive along highway a day after his sibling was found dead, authorities say

Trucker finds abandoned 1-year-old boy alive along highway a day after his sibling was found dead, authorities say

Trucker finds abandoned 1-year-old boy alive along highway a day after his sibling was found dead, authorities say
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A truce in Congo ends in a week. Aid groups say it could be a lost opportunity to help civilians

A two-week truce in eastern Congo has heavily reduced fighting, but with a week left aid workers and local civil society groups say not much help has reached millions of people who are trapped in one of the world’s largest humanitarian crises

A truce in Congo ends in a week. Aid groups say it could be a lost opportunity to help civilians
Health|Opinion|Political

More than 6 in 10 U.S. adults support protecting access to IVF, AP-NORC poll finds

According to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, relatively few Americans fully endorse the idea that a fertilized egg should have the same rights as a pregnant woman

More than 6 in 10 U.S. adults support protecting access to IVF, AP-NORC poll finds
Environment|Health|News

Houston area residents struggle without power and water as excruciating heat continues

Houston area residents struggle without power and water as excruciating heat continues

Houston area residents struggle without power and water as excruciating heat continues
Health|News

Mother of the 'miracle baby' found crawling by a highway faces a murder charge in older son's death

A Louisiana woman now faces a murder charge three days after her 4-year-old son's body was found in a lake near the Texas state line — and two days after her 1-year-old son was rescued while crawling beside an interstate highway

Mother of the 'miracle baby' found crawling by a highway faces a murder charge in older son's death
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US signs agreement with 3 social media giants aimed at preventing distribution of synthetic drugs

The United States has signed a memorandum with several of the world’s biggest social media companies aimed at preventing the use of their platforms for the distribution of synthetic drugs

US signs agreement with 3 social media giants aimed at preventing distribution of synthetic drugs
Economy|Environment|Health|World

Brazil sees over 100 countries joining alliance against hunger, minister says

More than 100 countries are expected to back a global alliance against hunger that Brazil has proposed to counter the increasing number of

Brazil sees over 100 countries joining alliance against hunger, minister says

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