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Relief by the volt

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Technology | Implantable medical devices for chronic pain are shrinking in size and growing in popularity

Cold-blooded death

Cold-blooded death

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Science | Experimental study will let trauma patients die, then try to revive them

Supreme Court nixes warrantless cellphone searches

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Technology | In a sweeping decision Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court said law enforcement officials cannot, in most cases, search personal cellphones unless they first…

Supreme Court upholds EPA oversight of most carbon emissions

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Environment | The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will retain powerful but limited authority to regulate carbon dioxide emissions from sources like power plants and…

Supreme Court: ‘Abstract’ ideas cannot be patented

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Technology | On Thursday the U.S. Supreme Court said software companies may not claim patent protection for abstract ideas transcribed into computer code. The court struck…

Autonomous autos

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Technology | Google and carmakers want to bring self-driving cars to a road near you

Code blue

Code blue

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Science | Emergency workers say more people are using the ER since Obamacare took effect

Standing against pediatric ‘pseudo-science’

Standing against pediatric ‘pseudo-science’

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Medicine | A conservative pediatrics association is defending kids—and psychotherapy for unwanted same-sex attraction—in court

Obama caps power plant emissions with new EPA rules

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Environment | The Obama administration announced a 645-page environmental plan today that would set the first national limits on carbon dioxide. Under rules proposed by the…

Obama administration orders Medicare to pay for sex change surgery

By Daniel James Devine
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Government | Taxpayer dollars could soon pay for sex reassignment surgeries for elderly or disabled Americans on Medicare, thanks to a ruling Friday from the U.S.

Second opinions

Second opinions

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Medicine | Liberal policies at major medical associations are hard pills for conservative doctors to swallow, and some are fighting back with alternative groups

Called to report

By Daniel James Devine
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Child Sexual Abuse | After a criminal trial of child sex abuse, questions linger over how much pastors knew

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