Man pleads guilty to killing and dismembering 2 people, putting them in acid
MISSOULA, Mont. - A Montana man pleaded guilty Friday to stabbing two people to death, including a teenage girl, dismembering their bodies and then trying to dissolve them in...
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Police: Woman killed by boyfriend near their newborn baby in Pennsylvania home
A woman was shot and killed by her boyfriend near their 5-day-old baby in the Logan section of Philadelphia, police say.
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American student living in Netherlands found stabbed to death in her apartment in Rotterdam
The 23-year-old suspect was Sarah Papenheim's flat mate and had reportedly been "getting more and more angry" in recent weeks.
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Study: Babies, toddlers even more at risk from second-hand smoke
Researchers found up to 15 percent of children tested had levels of a byproduct of the body's breakdown of nicotine comparable to a smoker.
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J&J shares nosedive on baby powder worries
Johnson & Johnson lost as much as $47 billion in market value Friday after Reuters reported the healthcare giant knew its baby powder was contaminated with cancer-causing...
3 hours ago - Reuters - 5 articles
Parents urged to avoid talc after baby powder scare
Parents nervous about the possible health risks of baby powder might want to hold off on buying anything that contains talc until the federal government weighs in. “If people...
3 hours ago - New York Post
Chicagoans honor victims of gun violence on anniversary of Sandy Hook shooting
CHICAGO - Vigils were held across the country Friday to remember those impacted by gun violence. The services fell on the sixth anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School...
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Johnson & Johnson stock tanks on baby powder asbestos report
Johnson & Johnson's stock had its worst day in 16 years after an explosive report accused the consumer-products giant of lying for decades about trace amounts of cancer-causing...
3 hours ago - New York Post - 5 articles
Why asbestos allegedly found in Johnson & Johnson baby powder raises cancer fears
Johnson & Johnson is in hot water after a bombshell Reuters report found the pharmaceutical company knew for decades that its baby powder sometimes tested positive for small...
4 hours ago - New York Post - 5 articles
4th defendant in malnourished boy's death get prison
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. - A man charged with neglect in the death of a malnourished 9-year-old Indiana boy with cerebral palsy has been sentenced to eight years in prison. Hubert...
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Federal judge in Texas strikes down Affordable Care Act
A federal judge in Texas said on Friday that the Affordable Care Act's individual coverage mandate is unconstitutional.
Trump: Budget director Mick Mulvaney named acting chief of staff
Mick Mulvaney will replace John Kelly, who is leaving at the end of the year.
19-year-old US soldier dies in Afghanistan
The death of Army Pfc. Joshua Mikeasky was under investigation, according to the Department of Defense.
Federal judge rules health care overhaul unconstitutional
WASHINGTON - A conservative federal judge in Texas on Friday ruled the Affordable Care Act "invalid" on the eve of the sign-up deadline for next year.
MLB trade rumors: Indians deal first baseman Yonder Alonso to White Sox
The Indians continue to wheel and deal.
21-year-old college student fatally stabbed by roommate, police say
Sarah Papenheim studied psychology and lived in the Netherlands since 2016.
USOC picks Salt Lake City to bid for future Winter Olympics
Salt Lake City earned widespread praise for hosting the 2002 Winter Games, making a return appearance seem almost inevitable.
Federal Judge Strikes Down Obamacare As Unconstitutional
A federal judge in Texas on Friday ruled the entire Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional due to a recent change in federal tax law. The move, coming on the eve of the...
Report: Federal judge in Texas rules Obama health-care law unconstitutional
A federal judge in Texas threw a dagger on Friday into the Affordable Care Act, ruling that the entire health-care law is unconstitutional because of a recent change in federal...
Cranky Congress still has work to do before wrapup
WASHINGTON - Nothing says, “Is it over yet?” quite like Senate Democratic leader Charles Schumer propping up his feet on the chair next to him. The casual vibe in the normally...