Demonstrations at universities across the country called on the president of two decades not to run again. Bouteflika has rarely been seen in public since suffering a stroke in 2013.
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Chlorpyrifos has been linked to developmental delays in kids and other side effects. The EPA is fighting a lower court's ruling that it must ban the pesticide, which farmers say they need.
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Delegated rejected change despite a Virginia pastor's warning: "You will be putting a virus into the American church that will make it very sick, and it will be sick quickly."
Most patients do fine, research suggests, when the lead surgeon steps away to begin another procedure. But patients who are older or have underlying medical conditions sometimes fare worse.
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Republican Mark Harris cited health concerns. The state ordered a new election last week amid allegations a Harris aide tampered with absentee ballots in the close race.
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Council Member Helen Rosenthal introduced a bill this month after receiving complaints about the impact of wailing ambulances.
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According to a new report, predominantly white school districts receive $23 billion more than districts that serve mostly students of color in the U.S.
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Senators called pharmaceutical industry leaders to account for the high costs of medicine during a Senate hearing. The executives deflected blame to insurance companies and middlemen.
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"These are people who have been lying at rest for years and years and to have them desecrated in such a sacrilegious way is so distressing and disturbing," the Archbishop of Dublin told local media.
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Crews succeeded in clearing the tracks and a locomotive was pulling the train toward Eugene by Tuesday morning after a day-and-a-half standstill, a spokesman for the rail line owner told NPR.
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NPR's Ron Elving explains the history of the pardon, where it comes from and what the Constitution allows.
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FEMA is now auctioning off trailers sent to Texas in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. But that's just one way to deal with a surplus.
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Since U.S. ties improved, Vietnam's growth has surged. "North Korea is now like Vietnam in the past. They are looking for new ways to get out of their isolated situation," says a Vietnamese analyst.
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The war of words started early as the president's ex-lawyer gets rolling on a three-day marathon with members of Congress. But Michael Cohen intends to deliver documents, one person close to him said.
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The song is quieter than might be expected from the band, and would fit right in with the solo album singer Adrianne Lenker released last fall.
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