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Class action lawsuit sought over 1966 Spain H-bombs accident
Veterans who say they responded to 1966 accident involving US hydrogen bombs in Spain and then became ill ask court to allow class action lawsuit against US Department of Veterans Affairs
The Latest: Veterans Affairs mum on veterans' court filing
Veterans Affairs says it can't comment on filing for class action lawsuit sought by veterans who cleaned up after 1966 accident involving hydrogen bombs in Spain and then became ill
Vera Katz, who helped turn Portland into hipster haven, dies
Vera Katz, who served as Portland's mayor and helped transform it from a sleepy backwater into a hipster haven and international tourist destination, has died
Apple and Chesapeake Energy rise; Spark Therapeutics sinks
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday: Bluebird Bio Inc., up $30.65 to $201.80 Bluebird and Celgene reported positive results from an early clinical trial of a multiple myeloma treatment. Apple Inc., up $3.30 to $172.67 The website Apple Insider said the company is delivering new
College student leaves school to help dying friend complete bucket list
Together with his friend Dillon Hill, Chris Betancourt is hoping to complete his ultimate bucket list after receiving a devastating cancer diagnosis.
Gene therapy shows promise against blood -clotting disease
A study fuels hope that gene therapy can give long-lasting help and perhaps even cure the blood clotting disease called hemophilia
Romania's ex-king Michael, who ruled during WWII, dies at 96
Romania's royal house says former King Michael, who ruled Romania during WWII, has died in Switzerland aged 96
Beyond Rx? CVS Health-Aetna deal may mean more services
Drugstore giant CVS Health is buying the health insurer Aetna in order to push much deeper into customer care.
Teen with a rare bone marrow disorder becomes a supermodel for a day
Corrine Bass, who was diagnosed with aplastic anemia, fulfilled her dream of becoming a model with fashion photographer Nigel Barker and the help of Macy's and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Drinking 3-4 cups of coffee a day may have health benefits: study
Coffee may not only give you a morning boost -- it also may have significant health benefits. So says a review by British scientists of more than 200 studies on coffee consumption and health, published Wednesday in BMJ, a British medical journal. “Coffee drinking appears safe within usual patterns