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Former USA Gymnastics team doctor sentenced in child sex abuse case
Larry Nassar was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison, with the judge saying she just signed his "death warrant."
Bird flu detected at chicken farm in Tennessee
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Bird flu found at Tennessee chicken farm as virus surges in Asia
An outbreak of avian flu in Tennessee has health officials on alert as the virus has surged across parts of Asia in recent months. The Tennessee Department of Agriculture confirmed yesterday that a flock of chicken from a commercial farm in Lincoln County was ill with a strain of the highly
Avian Flu Outbreaks Raise Concerns About Possible Pandemic
An avian flu outbreak in the U.K. is just the latest to erupt across the globe, worrying health experts about the possibility that the virus could become more widespread. Today U.K. officials confirmed a fifth area in the country has been hit with the H5N8 strain of the avian flu, since December.
Carrie Fisher Discusses Latest 'Star Wars' Installment
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Zika Concerns Remain Stable Despite its Arrival on the Mainland (POLL)
Public concerns in the United States about the Zika virus have held steady despite its arrival on the mainland, with about one in three Americans in an ABC News/Washington Post poll expressing worry that they or someone in their immediate family might be infected. Concern about catching the disease
Broad Support for Zika Funding, But Less Urgency or Concern (POLL)
Americans overwhelmingly support plans to spend nearly $2 billion to prevent the spread of the Zika virus, but don't feel the issue is urgent. One in three is worried about contracting the virus, one in four is taking steps to avoid exposure –- and most are confident that the federal government can
Necropsy Provides New Clue Into Mysterious Deaths of 13 Bald Eagles on Maryland Farm
Newly released necropsy results are providing a new clue into the mysterious deaths of 13 eagles found on a farm last month in Federalsburg, Maryland, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. "The results show that these eagles did not die of natural causes, including disease," U.S. Fish