California trying to find, compensate sterilization victims

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — About 600 people alive today can’t have children because California’s government sterilized them either against their will or without their knowledge, and now the state is trying…

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Oklahoma AG announces 4 new opioid settlements worth $226M

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma entered settlement agreements with three major pharmacy chains and an opioid manufacturer totaling more than $226 million, Attorney General John O’Connor announced Wednesday. Including the new…

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WHO worried about surge of COVID in China amid lack of info

GENEVA — The head of the World Health Organization said Wednesday the agency is “concerned about the risk to life in China” amid the coronavirus’ explosive spread across the country…

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Damar Hamlin’s collapse is the latest in history of medical emergencies in sports

Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin remains hospitalized in the intensive care unit at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center in critical condition after he collapsed Monday night during a game…

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EU moving toward joint measures to face China’s COVID crisis

BRUSSELS — European Union nations were fine-tuning a coordinated response to China‘s COVID-19 crisis on Wednesday, zeroing in on travel restrictions that would upset both Beijing and the global airline…

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What you need to know about medication abortion after the overturning of Roe v. Wade

After the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to overturn Roe v. Wade, many pregnant people living in states where abortion is now illegal are expected to turn to medication abortion, also…

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EU moving toward joint measures to face China COVID crisis

BRUSSELS — European Union nations are fine-tuning a coordinated response to China‘s COVID-19 crisis on Wednesday and are zeroing in on travel restrictions that would upset both Beijing and the…

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Best of CES 2023: Electric skates, pet tech and AI for birds

Tech companies of all sizes are showing off their latest products at CES, formerly known as the Consumer Electronics show

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California seeks sterilization victims to pay reparations

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — About 600 people alive today can’t have children because California’s government sterilized them either against their will or without their knowledge, and now the state is trying…

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