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'Forbes': Wilbur Ross Confirms He Made False Stock Statement

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U.S. Towns Along Canadian Border Are Caught Up In Tariff Dispute

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WHO Recognizes Gaming Disorder As A Mental Health Condition

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An arrangement of pills of the opioid oxycodone-acetaminophen, also known as Percocet, in New York. A new report finds a link between workforce participation and the prescription rate of opioids in the U.S. Patrick Sison/AP hide caption

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In this Jan. 10, 2017, file photo, pharmaceuticals billionaire Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong waves as he arrives in the lobby of Trump Tower in New York for a meeting with President-elect Donald Trump. Soon-Shiong will take over the L.A. Times on Monday. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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New 'LA Times' Owner Wants To Compete With 'New York Times' And 'Washington Post'

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Audi's chief executive, Rupert Stadler, pictured at the Annual Media Conference of Volkswagen AG last month, was arrested Monday. Ulrich Baumgarten/U. Baumgarten via Getty Images hide caption

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Stephanie and Natalie enrolled their older son in sessions at a Brain Balance Achievement Center in the hope that it would help him make friends. Hokyoung Kim for NPR hide caption

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'Cutting Edge' Program For Children With Autism And ADHD Rests On Razor-Thin Evidence

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'LA Times' New Owner Plans To Compete With 'New York Times,' 'Washington Post'

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Zillow Data Used To Project Impact Of Sea Level Rise On Real Estate

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Rita Steyn has a family history of cancer so she ordered a home genetic testing kit to see if she carried certain genetic mutations that increase the risk for the disease. Courtesy of Rita Steyn hide caption

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Results Of At-Home Genetic Tests For Health Can Be Hard To Interpret

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Kathy Kraninger, left, is seen in a 2008 photo, during her tenure the as Department of Homeland Security Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy under Director Michael Chertoff, center. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Billionaire Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong officially takes control of the Los Angeles Times and The San Diego Union-Tribune as soon as Monday, sources familiar with the deal tell NPR. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Tensions Rise Between U.S. And China Over Trade Actions

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Chicago's Hyperloop Announcement Met With Questions

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A crew hangs a Huawei advertising banner on the side of the Las Vegas Convention Center in January. Some senators want to ban it the world's third-largest seller of smartphones from the U.S. Steve Marcus/Reuters hide caption

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A fire at the Husky Oil Refinery on April 26, in Superior, Wis. The Environmental Protection Agency is planning to rescind regulations that would require refineries and chemical manufacturers to disclose information about emergency plans and the root causes of disasters. Stephen Maturen/Getty Images hide caption

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