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Mysterious polio-like illness affects at least 8 in Washington state
The cluster of cases has alarmed officials in the state because in 2015, there were no reported cases of the illness.
Scientific study identifies genes that may lead to autism
A group of scientists which included researchers from University of South Carolina, Harvard Medical School and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, conducted research that found that a gene known...
Thousands of Calif. vets forced to repay enlistment bonuses; Pentagon intervenes
Nearly 10,000 current California Army National Guard members and veterans who were told that they had to repay enlistment bonuses that they may have received erroneously were given a reprieve recently.
Operation to retake Iraqi city from IS 'begins'
Iraq’s prime minister announced recently that it is fighting to take back Mosul from Islamic State militants. Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city, has been occupied by IS fighters for more than two years.
Arizona sheriff to face criminal contempt charges
Arpaio, who is known for his hard-line position on illegal immigration, violated a federal judge’s court order that called for him to stop arresting suspected illegal immigrants.
New jobs report shows job market still improving
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employers created 156,000 new jobs in September.
Hurricane Matthew batters Florida coast; loses some steam
Hurricane Matthew cut off power to more than 500,000 Floridians and badly battered the Florida shoreline.
First civil lawsuits of new 9/11 law filed
If other nations follow suit and enact laws similar to JASTA, the Obama Administration fearsthat members of the U.S. government and even men and women serving in the U.S. military could be subject to lawsuits in foreign courts.
More than 500 million accounts breached in Yahoo hack
Yahoo admitted recently that it had been hacked in a security breach that is being called one of the largest data breaches ever.
Uproar over police shootings of black men in Tulsa, Charlotte
The shooting deaths of two black men at the hands of the police has caused outrage and spurred on protests across the country.
Obama Administration to launch renewed strategy to address heroin and opioid crisis
When members of the police department in East Liverpool, Ohio posted a photo of the dangers of heroin addiction on its Facebook page, they probably had no idea the image would go viral.
NCAA moving 7 championship events out of North Carolina
The NCAA announced recently that it will pull seven NCAA championship events from North Carolina due to House Bill 2, or HB2, the state’s so-called bathroom law.
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