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For UConn power trio of Auriemma, Bird and Taurasi, Rio is final encore
NEW YORK -- In the past they always could hold on to the idea that there might be another tomorrow for the three of them to be together again -- back in the gym, back chasing another big title of some sort and reveling in the wisecracking, blunt, demanding relationship they've had since they were
Lead Warning at Indiana Housing Complex Roils Residents
More than 1,000 residents of a northwest Indiana public housing complex are in a state of panic and uncertainty since authorities informed them last month that their homes must be destroyed because of serious lead contamination
'The Greeks' Artifact Display Stops in Washington D.C.
ABC News' Avery Miller gives us an inside look at 'The Greeks' artifact exhibit at the National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C.
After Flint Water Crisis, Pediatricians Call to Better Protect Children from Lead
A national pediatrician group is calling for the medical community and government leaders to make major changes to reduce the amount of lead to which children can be exposed. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released a statement in the journal Pediatrics calling for stricter regulations and
Sticker Shock of Fixing Flint's Lead Problem Hints at Colossal Price Tag for US-Wide Remedy
For Americans who may think that the lead contaminated water crisis in Flint, Michigan , is a distant, if unfortunate, problem, President Obama had some sobering words of caution this week, noting that Flint is just one example of the nation's infrastructure in dire straits. "The broader issue,
How Global Warming Could Ruin Your Dinner
In addition to ocean levels and weather patterns, climate change may significantly affect the food we eat. Food poisoning could increase and the nutritional value of crops may drop, according to a report called "The Impacts of Climate Change on Human Health in the United States: A Scientific
Flint Mother Gives Emotional Testimony of How Water Crisis Affected Her Children's Health
While addressing the Michigan Joint Committee on the Flint Water Public Health Emergency today, one mother tearfully described how much her children suffered from drinking the contaminated water, saying it took a "huge emotional toll" on her family. Resident Leanne Walters, a mother of four,
What Did the EPA Know About Lead Contaminated Water?
Marc Edwards from Virginia Tech talks about lead in the water in Flint, Michigan
Escaped Bull Terrorizes Soccer Players
An escaped bull in Australia ran onto the pitch at a youth soccer game and charged at the players.