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Oklahoma Governor Faces Tough Decision On 'Sweeping' Anti-Abortion Bill

Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has a few more days to decide what to do with a bill on her desk that would make it a felony for doctors to perform abortions. Opponents call the bill "sweeping and unprecedented."
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Yellowstone Officials Encounter Visitors Behaving Badly

Two incidents at Yellowstone National Park went viral this week, when visitors traipsed off of the boardwalk at the nation's largest hot spring and, in a separate incident, loaded a bison calf into the back of a car. Park officials are hoping the incidents are not indicative of what's in store for them this summer.
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Bernie Sanders Pushes For Overhaul Of Democratic Primary Process

Bernie Sanders is pushing for Democrats to do away with closed presidential primaries.
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'I Will Never Let You Down,' Trump Tells National Rifle Association

The NRA endorsed Donald Trump at its annual conference, where the candidate made remarks. "The Second Amendment is on the ballot this November," he said.
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New Labels Warn That A Tender Steak Could Be A Little Dangerous

Mechanically tenderized meat — which has been punctured with needles to break down the muscle fibers and make it easier to chew — has a greater chance of being contaminated and making you sick.
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The 'Added Sugar' Label Is Coming To A Packaged Food Near You

The Food and Drug Administration has brushed aside industry objections and will require food labels to disclose how much sugar has been added to packaged food.
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Lawmakers Reach A Deal To Expand Regulation Of Toxic Chemicals

If it passes, the compromise bill would be the first update to the Toxic Substances Control Act in more than four decades. Supporters say it gives the EPA more power to ensure chemical safety.
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An Underground Supper Club Where Music Moves The Menu

Philip Gelb once toured with top musicians. Now he's a chef who hosts intimate dinner parties where the entertainment, by innovative world musicians, is as experimental as the ever-changing fare.
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CDC: 157 Pregnant Women In The U.S. Have Tested Positive For Zika

The women being monitored now include those who had positive lab tests but no symptoms, according to the CDC. Also affected are 122 women in U.S. territories, almost all in Puerto Rico.
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Refugees Reach Settlement In Legal Fight To Attend N.Y. High School

A federal lawsuit claiming that refugee students in Utica, N.Y., were illegally blocked from attending the local high school may soon come to an end.

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