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Beyond the scale: What to eat to lower your risk for 3 health issues
Dr. Jennifer Ashton and nutritionist Maya Feller discuss some foods you should add to every meal to reduce your risk of heart disease, dementia and cancer.
'Handful' of US citizens reported health attacks after visiting Cuba, State Dept. says
One week after the Trump administration issued a travel warning for Cuba, it said that a "handful" of Americans who traveled to the island country reported to the State Department that they "experienced symptoms similar" to those affecting nearly two dozen embassy personnel in Havana. Twenty-two
Hillary Clinton slams NRA, gun silencer bill in wake of Las Vegas shooting
As she expressed her condolences to the victims of a mass shooting in Las Vegas, former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton also sharply criticized the National Rifle Association and a bill working its way through Congress that would make it easier to buy gun silencers. At least 58
Las Vegas shooting spotlights pair of bills that would lift gun restrictions
Following Sunday's mass shooting in Las Vegas, the deadliest in U.S. history, gun control advocates are criticizing a pair of bills in Congress that would limit restrictions on silencers and nationalize concealed carry laws. At least 58 were killed and 515 injured after a gunman opened fire on a
Americans are warned against traveling to Cuba
After a series of mysterious attacks targeting U.S. diplomats, the State Department cut embassy staff in Havana by more than half and warned Americans against visiting the country.
US warns against travel to Cuba, cuts embassy staff after mysterious 'attacks'
The U.S. is warning the American public against travel to Cuba and cutting more than half the staff of its embassy in Havana following mysterious attacks, including some that have caused symptoms suggesting a sonic assault. The State Department says 21 embassy employees have been “targeted in
US warns against travel to Cuba
The U.S. is cutting more than half the staff of its embassy in Havana following mysterious symptoms in specific attacks.
Law enforcement experts on the impact of social media on crime, terrorism and national security
Good morning everyone I'm on in his eyes thanks for being with us today we are at Rutgers University live. For an incredible moderated discussion we're really pleased to host on social media crime and terrorism. And national security the Easter of course stories we've been covering many times over
Here's what's in Bernie Sanders' 'Medicare-for-all' bill
It was a big day on Capitol Hill for Sen. Bernie Sanders and the debate over health care policy in the United States. Surrounded by a dozen of his Democratic colleagues, nurses, doctors and patient advocates, the Vermont introduced the latest version of his health care bill Wednesday, a proposal he