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'Stop And Frisk' Follows Bloomberg From NYC To Presidential Campaign

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Democratic Front-Runner Bernie Sanders Doesn't Have A Lock On The Party

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In London Court, Lawyers Argue Whether Assange Should Be Deported To U.S.

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The nonprofit Code for America is using computer algorithms to help California prosecutors comply with clearing criminal records of certain marijuana convictions. Josh Edelson/AP hide caption

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Algorithm Targets Marijuana Convictions Eligible To Be Cleared

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Modi Welcomes Trump To India With A Massive Rally

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Voting In California's Primary When You Have No Party Preference Gets Complicated

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How COVID-19 Has Affected Medical Care For Non-Coronavirus Patients

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Until very recently, the separate company that runs the emergency department at Nashville General Hospital was continuing to haul patients who couldn't pay medical bills into court. Blake Farmer/WPLN hide caption

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It's Not Just Hospitals That Are Quick To Sue Patients Who Can't Pay

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Number Of Mexicans Apprehended At The Border Is Up, U.S. Officials Say

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Sleep trackers have become increasingly popular, but for some people, perfecting their sleep score becomes an end unto itself. Yiu Yu Hoi/Getty Images hide caption

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Losing Sleep Over The Quest For A Perfect Night's Rest

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Disposable vapes may be hotter than Juul among kids, according to researcher Bonnie Halpern-Felsher. She received a bag of vape pens recently confiscated by a high school principal in northern California, with flavors like Banana Ice and Cool Mint. Bonnie Halpern-Felsher hide caption

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Parents: Teens Are Still Vaping, Despite Flavor Ban. Here's What They're Using

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Why Sitting For Long Periods Can Affect Teens' Mental Health

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Is America's 2-Party System Fracturing?

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Delta And BP Pledge To Go Carbon-Neutral. How? That's The Question

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Meet The Man Who's Hosted All 2020 Democratic Candidates

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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., in December. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Education Dept. Unveils Fix For Student Loan Program's 'Bureaucratic Nightmare'

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The Student Borrower Protection Center, a watchdog group, says one lender seems to charge higher rates to graduates of historically black colleges. Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Graduates Of Historically Black Colleges May Be Paying More For Loans: Watchdog Group

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Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Debate In Iowa Ahead Of Caucuses

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Millions of Americans sank into addiction after using potent opioid painkillers, such as acetaminophen/oxycodone, that companies churned out and doctors freely prescribed over the past two decades. Eric Baradat /AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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In 2019, The Legal Fight Over Opioids Unraveled Into Confusion And Infighting

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A Republican observer looks at a ballot during a hand recount last November in Broward County, Fla. Florida officials and lawmakers are still learning about cyberattacks there. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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'Possible' More Counties Than Now Known Were Hacked In 2016, Fla. Delegation Says

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