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Politics Makes Abortion Training In Texas Difficult

The hostile climate surrounding abortion in Texas has made it hard for doctors in training to learn to do abortions. Professors feel intimidated, and there are fewer clinics where residents can train.
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Big U.S. Companies Are Weighing In On This Week's 'Brexit' Vote, Too

U.S. firms that do business in the United Kingdom, such as Mars and Chase, are speaking out against the idea of the U.K. leaving the EU. They say it would complicate their operations in Europe.
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Donald Trump's Problems Are Much Deeper Than A Campaign Manager

Struggling candidates looking to fix their campaigns can usually start by looking in the mirror. That's certainly true here.
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Vehicle Blamed For 'Star Trek' Actor's Death Was Subject Of Recall

Anton Yelchin, who played the role of Pavel Chekov, died after he was pinned against a fence by his SUV. He might have fallen victim to a defect that prompted Jeep to send warning letters to owners.
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Evidence Found In Illegal Stops Backed By Justices, But Brings Fiery Dissent

Even if police halt someone for no reason, the Supreme Court said, if a reason to search them is discovered, anything found is admissible. Justice Sotomayor says that disproportionately hits the poor.
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Man Arrested At Rally Wanted To 'Shoot And Kill' Trump, Authorities Say

Michael Steven Sandford tried to take a gun from a police officer at a Trump rally in Las Vegas on Saturday, according to police and eyewitness accounts. He was charged in a federal court Monday.
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Sex Scandal Leads To Chaos Inside Oakland's Troubled Police Department

The Oakland Police Department's interim police chief was forced to resign after just two days on the job. His departure marks the third interim chief in nine days.
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Are Millennials Chocolate Chip-o-crites?

Millennials profess to care about ethical sourcing when grocery shopping. But a study of chocoholics ages 18-35 shows just how different values and behavior can sometimes be.
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3 New York Police Commanders Arrested In Corruption Probe

Three New York Police Department commanders were arrested Monday as a result of an investigation into Mayor Bill de Blasio's campaign fundraising.
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Justice Sotomayor Delivers Blistering Dissent In Utah Search Case

The Supreme Court ruled Monday that an otherwise illegal search of a pedestrian by a police officer in Utah was permissible under the Constitution because the pedestrian had an outstanding warrant out for his arrest. Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote a blistering dissent focused on the implications of the decision.

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