The bloated carcasses were first noticed last week. Authorities says they appear to have died as a result of a swine virus that cannot be transmitted to humans.
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Many watching the news out of Connecticut do not have personal connections to those murdered in Friday's school shootings. But much of the nation is looking for ways to process their grief.
The committee says that allowing parents to anonymously abandon newborns only encourages the practice. But others say it saves lives by preventing infanticide.
The U.N. says family planning could save $11.3 billion dollars in health care costs for women and newborns each year.
In New York without a marathon, runners aren't wasting their energy. They're jogging through Staten Island with backpacks full of food and other supplies in a hastily organized mercy run.
One of the 13 coal mines singled out by inspectors was once owned by Massey Energy, the company that owned the Upper Big Branch mine, the scene of a deadly 2010 explosion. Two others are owned by Murray Energy, whose Crandall Canyon coal mine experienced two collapses in 2007, killing nine miners and rescuers.
Rep. Joe Walsh, R-Ill., says there isn't any need for women to seek medically necessary abortions, because of modern technology and science.
During the financial crisis, gold prices hit record highs as people looked for somewhere safe to park their money. In West Africa, that's had a devastating, deadly effect on children.
In a preliminary vote, the Los Angeles City Council reversed its ban on medical marijuana dispensaries. The final vote will come next week, following heavy pressure from marijuana activists.
Health officials said this year has already been remarkable, but with cases on the rise, this outbreak could be worst since the virus was first spotted in the U.S. in 1999.
In a poetic post, she also urges other women not to ignore the symptoms as she did for a day. Doctors found that an artery was 99 percent blocked and installed a stent.
The city turned to aerial spraying, after 10 deaths and studies that found many mosquitos are infected with the disease.
The non-partisan budget office also estimated that repealing "Obamacare" would increase the deficit by $109 billion.
Language inserted into a broad appropriations bill would block funding for a Labor Department effort to reduce the occurrence of black lung.
One top rabbi said a court ruling making the practice illegal meant there was "no future for Jews in Germany."
The GOP presidential candidate says the 2010 health care overhaul's mandate on Americans to buy health care insurance comes with a tax because that's what the Supreme Court ruled. But he also agrees with justices who use the word "penalty" instead.
In another bid to stop the spread of the HIV virus that can lead to AIDS, the Food and Drug Administration has approved for sale the first over-the-counter, self-administered HIV test kit that doesn't need to be sent to a laboratory.
Figuring out who benefits most politically from Thursday's Supreme Court decision that upheld the constitutionality of President Obama's health care overhaul seems to be today's toughest assignment.
CNN and Fox mistakenly report the Supreme Court overturns the Affordable Care Act for a few minutes this morning, until correcting themselves.