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EpiPen Manufacturer Says It Will Help With Out-Of-Pocket Costs

Lawmakers are demanding answers as to why the price of EpiPens, which are used to stop life-threatening allergic reaction, keeps going up. The company said Thursday it will reimburse some of the cost.
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Study Of Breast Cancer Treatment Reveals Paradox Of Precision Medicine

A genetic test of breast cancer tumors helped identify women whose survival odds would not be greatly improved by chemotherapy. But that test isn't as precise as women and doctors might like.
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Wal-Mart's Crime Problem Overwhelms Police Across U.S.

NPR's Robert Siegel interviews reporter Shannon Pettypiece about her article regarding crime at Wal-Mart in Bloomberg Businessweek. She says there's a violent crime every day at a Wal-Mart somewhere in the country, and local police are overwhelmed.
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Church In Southern Louisiana Provides Shelter After Massive Floods

More than 100,000 people have applied for federal aid as the area around Baton Rouge, La., recovers from catastrophic flooding. At one church in Denham Springs, displaced residents are taking shelter, and volunteers are distributing food and supplies.
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Bernie Sanders' New Political 'Revolution' Faces Bumpy Beginning

Eight key staffers have already quit the political group aimed at furthering progressive causes near and dear to the runner-up in the Democratic presidential primary.
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Catholic Church Groups Fight Bills To Revive Old Sex Abuse Cases

Catholic leaders are trying to block bills that would extend the statute of limitations for child sex crimes and allow old cases to be brought back into court. So far, the lobbying has been effective.
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Campaign 2016 Analysis: Minority Outreach Marks Shift In Trump Strategy

Questions surrounding the Clinton Foundation and possible conflicts of interest while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state have intensified, while Donald Trump continues a pitch to minority voters.
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Trump, Clinton Campaigns Rapidly Open Field Offices In Florida

Florida is a must win state for both the Trump and Clinton campaigns. Both are now in a scramble to open field offices and recruit volunteers to help boost voter turnout this November.
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Florida Doctors Outline Zika Risks In Treating Pregnant Patients

NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to Miami Beach OB-GYN, Dr. Elizabeth Etkin-Kramer, about treating pregnant patients in an area where there have been cases of locally transmitted Zika.
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Climate Change Complicates Predictions Of Damage From Big Surf

Earth's changing climate has made the quest to understand wave behavior more important than ever, scientists say. Rising seas, storm surge and dune and reef erosion all shape Florida's Gulf Coast.

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