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Research Gaps Leave Doctors Guessing About Treatments For Pregnant Women

To protect a developing fetus from experimental drugs or treatments that might cause birth defects, pregnant women aren't included in many clinical trials. But that limits the safety evidence, too.

Protesters disrupted a U.S. side event on the future importance of fossil fuels at the COP24 conference in Katowice, Poland, on Monday. Separately, U.S. negotiators are helping to write a rule book that will help countries reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Frank Jordans/AP hide caption

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Dueling U.S. Agendas As U.N. Climate Change Summit Enters Crucial Final Week

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President Trump announced Saturday that White House chief of staff John Kelly would be leaving the administration by the end of the year. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Help Wanted: White House Chief Of Staff

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Former Texas GOP Rep. Blake Farenthold denies allegations from a former aide that he sexually harassed her, but he used taxpayer funds to settle a claim. Congress is working to change the current system and make lawmakers personally liable. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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How Congress Handles Sexual Harassment Claims Needs Fixing, But No Deal Yet On Bill

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"I'm out here still updating and like, you have to interact with these updates," Earl Sweatshirt says. Kat Lonsdorf/NPR hide caption

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Earl Sweatshirt On Resentment, Growth And Giving Yourself A Chance

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