The Latest: HHS says families won't be immediately reunited
WASHINGTON - The Latest on President Donald Trump and immigration : 7 p.m. An official with Health and Human Services says the more than 2,300 children separated from their...
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Virginia health care providers sue over abortion regulations
RICHMOND, Va. - A group of women's health care providers filed a lawsuit Wednesday seeking to overturn a number of Virginia's abortion regulations in light of a landmark 2016...
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San Mateo County files lawsuit against McKesson over distribution of opioid-based drugs
The County of San Mateo is suing San Francisco-based McKesson Corporation and two other pharmaceutical companies over distribution of opioid-based drugs, which they say is...
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Officials walk back statement regarding delayed family reunification following executive order
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services walked back a statement saying that families already separated at the border will not be immediately reunited following...
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Trump to propose reorganizing the government, targeting safety net programs
The plan includes relocating many social safety-net programs into a new megadepartment, which would replace the Department of Health and Human Services and include the word...
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Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce hopes to offer members health insurance
New rule may allow business organization to resume offering association health plan for its members, something it did for 30 years prior to passage of the Affordable Care Act.
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Assembly takes its turn at the trough
The state Assembly adopted millions of dollars in pork spending on the final day of the legislative calendar. Hours before state legislators were expected to leave Albany for...
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Children, parents already separated at border will not be immediately reunited following executive order, officials say
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said that families already separated at the border will not be immediately reunited following President Trump's executive order...
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Duke study: Fracking chemicals stimulate fat cell development
Exposure to shale gas fracking chemicals has been linked to any number of adverse human health impacts, from asthma to sore throats to chemical burns to cancers, but a new Duke...
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When breaking news is breaking you: How to cope with news anxiety
Breaking news is breaking us. Here's how to stay informed without damaging your mental health.
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Trump defends his hard-line immigration policies to cheers
DULUTH, Minn. - President Trump defended his hard-line immigration policies during a rally in Minnesota just hours after backing off administration efforts to separate migrant...
American Airlines to Trump: Don't put separated migrant kids on our flights
American Airlines told the Trump administration to not put migrant children separated from their families on its flights as pressure mounts from business leaders over the...
Kate Spade New York to donate over $1 million to mental health causes
The foundation will be matching donations up to $100,000, too.
American Airlines asks that migrant children separated from parents not be...
American Airlines is asking the Trump administration not to put any of the migrant children who have been separated from their parents on its flights.
President Trump signs executive action to end family separation
"We want to keep families together. It's very important," President Donald Trump told reporters during one White House meeting Wednesday.
Senegal and Japan fans cleaned up the stadium after their World Cup wins
This is the best thing you'll see today!
Trump's Border Separation Move Could Pose Legal Issue
In comments made at the White House Wednesday, President Trump addressed the border separation issue, saying "we want to keep families together, I'll be signing something in a...
When The White House Can't Be Believed
President Trump's order changing policy on separating children from their parents at the border may dampen the outrage factor. But NPR's David Folkenflik says the disbelief...
George and Amal Clooney donate $100K to help migrant children
“We can't change this administration's policy but we can help defend the victims of it."
Reports: White House considering executive action to end family separation
The White House is reportedly considering taking action to end family separation that has sparked outrage and controversy.