The finding translates to about 47 million unnecessary prescriptions given out each year across the country to children and adults.
The former secretary of state said Tuesday she's under no illusion that Republican-friendly southeast Ohio will vote for her on Nov. 8.
Over a year ago, Eric Krelle of Omaha, Neb., and Stephen Foley of Wexford, Ireland, began raising doubts about the identity of one man.
Sheldon Silver, 72, was convicted last year of taking millions of dollars in bribes and kickbacks in exchange for various official favors.
Michigan lawmakers advanced a $500 million plan to restructure Detroit public schools by creating a new district.
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The complex stock-lending “dividend-arbitrage” transactions are structured and marketed as tax-avoidance vehicles.
But the number of officers with such gear will still be relatively small, an Associated Press review found.
The Republican front-runner’s victory cleared his path to a likely November face-off with the Democratic front-runner.
Carnegie Mellon University alums Leslie Odom Jr., Renee Elise Goldsberry and Megan Hilty earn acting nods for the 70th Tony Awards.
The special operations soldier, killed in a “combat death,” was advising Kurdish fighters who were battling Islamic State militants.
Amateur history buffs’ research prompts a new look at one of the most iconic moments — and photographs — in American history.
The American was three to two to three miles behind that front line, officials said
A win in Indiana would make Donald Trump the overwhelming favorite to clinch it by June 7, the last day of voting for Republicans.
Both sides hope it is the first step toward a future in which thousands of ships a year could cross the Florida Straits.
And new signs were viewed as indicating that front-runner Hillary Clinton’s chief rival, Bernie Sanders, is fading as well.
He began to lift weights while his Japanese American family was held in a detention camp during World War II.
It’s the first time planets have been found around this star type — and it opens up new territory in the search for extraterrestrial life.
The moratorium on the payment of $400 million in debt that matured Sunday is the biggest default yet by the island.
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The actual bomb, sold to James Medina by FBI undercover operators just before the planned terror attack, was a dummy, authorities said.
Twitter users reacted with criticism and confusion after the CIA “live-tweeted” the Osama bin Laden raid five years ago.
Both an engineering firm and Michigan previously said they could not find the report after searching their records and it might not exist.
Responsibility lies in two far-flung regions of the brain: the cortexes responsible for rapid visual categorizations and recognizing faces.
North Hills native Matt Dieterich produces photo for series of stamps commemorating 100th anniversary of the National Park Service.
A politics neophyte, Trump has had some success with evangelicals in states such as South Carolina. But there have been signs of slippage.
His pitch comes at a point in the race where even he has acknowledged a very narrow patch to winning the nomination.
The announcement came after a failure to restructure or find a political solution to the U.S. territory’s spiraling public debt crisis.
“If this material works well, I’m going to use it at Goldman Sachs next year,” Mr. Obama quipped. “Earn me some serious Tubmans.”
The practice has entertained audiences in America for two centuries but has come under fire by animal rights activists.
And even as his campaign struggles for survival, Trump rival Sen. Ted Cruz dominated weekend delegate selection contests.
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A search warrant was obtained compelling girlfriend of an alleged gang member to press her finger against an iPhone that had been seized.
Uncertainty about their own health and the health of their children is taking a toll on the mental health of Flint’s residents.
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The flow of guns from one person to another has flummoxed law enforcement and gun-control advocates and is emerging again as a hot topic.
Congress, however, has its own logic: Closing bases can hurt local economies, which can cost votes in the next election.
Some consider the law the strictest in the country.
The U.S. Congress so far has not agreed on a plan to help.
Prosecutors say he knew of the plan beforehand but didn’t try to stop it.
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Cruz needs a victory in Indiana after getting swept by presidential hopeful Donald Trump in five Northeastern states earlier in the week.
The unrest erupted outside an amphitheater where Mr. Trump was addressing several thousands of supporters.
Teens have more prevention options, including having less sex.
Company had foreign workers and now must rewrite computer code.
But the school does name one of its residential colleges after a civil rights activist.
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Unexpected step was approved despite sponsor’s opposition.
But no evidence has been found that his followers were involved.
The presidential candidate says he’s confused by the reason for former House speaker’s vitriol. “I don’t know the man,” he says.