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Heart Breakthrough: New Drug May Revolutionize Treatment
The experimental drug cut the risk of death and hospitalization due to heart failure by 20 percent, according to a study released Saturday.
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One Family's Hopeful Turn in the Fight Against Heroin
When Kate Snow first heard from the Gordenstein family, one of their sons had overdosed twice in a week. Their update may offer hope to many others.
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Dangerous Storms Disrupt Labor Day Festivities
The last holiday weekend of the summer was a washout for parts of the country amid thunderstorms, high winds and tornado threats.
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How Safe Are Your iCloud Photos?
A high-profile Hollywood hacking involving nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and other stars raises concerns about the safety of online photo storage.
Libyan Militia Celebrate at U.S. Embassy Pool
As Libya plunges deeper into chaos, militants storm part of the U.S. Embassy compound in Tripoli.
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Ukraine Close to 'Full Scale War'
Two U.S. senators are calling for arms shipments to the Ukraine as the country’s president issues a warning that they are on the brink of war with Russia.
British PM: Police Need Power to Seize Passports in ISIS Fight
British Prime Minister David Cameron is calling for a new law to give police enhanced powers to keep suspected Islamist extremists from traveling in and out of the U.K.
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Heroin Addict Beginning to See a Life 'Without Drugs'
After two heroin overdoses and five relapses, Dan Gordenstein says he's ready to show his mother he is sorry by "getting better."
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Heavy Hitters: Elephants Play Polo in Thailand
It’s a video you just have to see: elephants play polo.
Middle East Unrest
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Pressure Mounts for Obama to Come Up With ISIS Strategy
Critics say President Obama should come up with a strategy to combat ISIS and do it quickly.
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Plastic Bags Could Get the Sack in California
In much of California, you can't get free plastic bags for your groceries, and if the governor signs a new bill, that'll be true across the state.
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Terrorist Groups Actively Recruit U.S. Residents
Militant groups have long targeted Minneapolis for recruiting, seeking angry and disillusioned young men. Now, they’ve expanded their search to include women.
Cops Arrest 49ers' Ray McDonald on Domestic Violence Charge
The NFL's new, tougher policy on domestic violence gets its first test with San Francisco 49ers’ Ray McDonald's domestic violence arrest.
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California Poised to Become First State to Ban Plastic Bags
Governor Jerry Brown has until the end of September to decide if he’ll sign legislation banning single-use plastic bags.
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Hero Teachers Feed Kids Out of Their Own Pockets
A group of New Mexico teachers created a program to help food insecure students and make sure they don’t go hungry.
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Recipe for Success? Food Bank Helps Jobless Become Chefs
Chef Ray Cattley at the FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties teaches culinary and life lessons to those looking for work.
What You Need to Know About Walmart's Walk-In Health Clinics
Dr. Nancy Snyderman
With frustration growing over the high cost of medical care and lack of doctors, Walmart seeks to position itself as a low-cost primary care provider.
Then and Now: Remembering Hurricane Katrina Nine Years Later
Nine years ago today, Hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Coast and devastated the city of New Orleans.
Weather, Crowds and Traffic: What to Expect Labor Day Weekend
Here’s a look at what kind of weather may or may not stand in your way this weekend as you make plans to travel, hit the beach or head outdoors.
Obama's 'No Strategy' Remark Sends Team Into Damage Control
While the White House tries to do damage control, President Obama is facing a growing backlash as his foreign policy is tested on multiple fronts.
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British PM: ISIS Is Greater Threat 'Than We Have Known Before'
Prime Minister David Cameron’s remarks came after the UK’s terror threat level was raised from "substantial" to "severe."
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