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CIA Senate Snooping?
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Patron Goes Full 'Rambo' in Florida Bar, Gets Arrested
Swift Justice: Los Angeles Police Get a Lamborghini
Who Got Snubbed? SMU Is First in Gripe Line
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Indian Girl Born With Two Heads to Receive Care
A girl born with two heads at a hospital in India this week has been transferred to a medical center in the country's capital for care, a health official said.
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College Student's Death Renews Call for Vaccine
As a Pittsburgh family prepares to bury a 19-year-old Drexel University student, a drugmaker says it will seek approval for a vaccine that may have saved her.
Health Rights for Same-Sex Couples Clarified
Health plans offering benefits for heterosexual couples must also provide coverage for married couples of the same gender, the Obama administration said.
Feds Extend High-Risk Insurance Pools
People enrolled in a plan that covers patients turned away by insurance companies because they’ve been sick now have an extra month to get coverage.
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Tom Arnold on Losing 100 Pounds: My Son Saved My Life
The comedian and actor writes about reaching his year-long goal of losing 100 pounds.
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Twins' Fate Highlights Anguish of Syrian Refugees
Dr. Nancy Snyderman
Just hours after NBC News' 48 hour live documentary on the children of Syria, a newborn whose twin died in childbirth met the same sad fate.
New Pacemaker Can Be Inserted Without Surgery
A miniature battery operated pacemaker could significantly impact medical industry. WLIX's Jason Colther reports.
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Chimp Attack Victim Fights For Her Day In Court
It’s been five years since Charla Nash was viciously attacked by a 200-pound chimpanzee. Now, she's fighting for her day in court.
Is Social Media Killing School Dances?
Busy with extracurricular activities and social media, many students are skipping what used to be the prime social event for teens.
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