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Teen with life-threatening depression finally found hope. Then insurance cut her off

Despite laws that say mental health care should be paid for on a par with other medical care, health insurance stopped covering the care a suicidal teen needed before she was stable.

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David Grann's latest book, "The Wager," delves into the mysteries of an 18th-century maritime disaster that occurred off Cape Horn. Rebecca Mandell hide caption

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From cannibalism to cover-up, David Grann sees his new shipwreck mystery as a parable

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The billion-dollar trial between Dominion Voting Systems and Fox News, as well as its parent company, Fox Corp., heads to court. George Pimentel/Getty Images; Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images; Jason Koerner/Getty Images; Theo Wargo/Getty Images hide caption

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The $1.6 billion Dominion v. Fox News trial starts Tuesday. Catch up here

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Beyond the Poles: The far-reaching dangers of melting ice

Why melting ice sheets and glaciers are affecting people thousands of miles away

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Why melting ice sheets and glaciers are affecting people thousands of miles away

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Bottles of prescription pills go through an automated packaging machine in a pharmacy plant. The Supreme Court on Tuesday hears a case that considers whether pharmacies knowingly overcharged Medicare and Medicaid under the False Claims Act. Stan Honda/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court looks at whether Medicare and Medicaid were overbilled under fraud law

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Satellite image shows thick, black smoke drifting across the city at multiple locations an overview of fires burning in Khartoum on Sunday. Satellite image ©2023 Maxar Technologies hide caption

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Why two military rivals are in a 'fight to the death' in Sudan

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