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Urban life

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Roe v. Wade | A city hobbled by poverty and violence is about to get its first pro-life pregnancy center

Malignant data

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Science | In various forms, cancer speeds up its deadly march around the world

Oakland girl’s brain death divides pro-life camp

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Health | Medical experts disagree over whether Jahi McMath is still alive

Oregon study punches new holes in Obamacare claims

Oregon study punches new holes in Obamacare claims

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Healthcare | Patients with insurance spend more time in the ER, not less

Warm 2013 a boon for British wildlife

By Daniel James Devine
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Climate Change | It was a good year to be an animal in Great Britain, according to a U.K. conservation charity. In a report on Monday, the National Trust called 2013 “one of…

Hundreds of holiday gay marriages in Utah

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Marriage | In Utah, where a federal judge earlier this month overturned a state ban on same-sex marriage, many homosexual couples celebrated the Christmas season by…

Amarillo College nixes intelligent design class

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Education | Emails show school officials canceled the class under pressure from an atheist group

Drug problem

Drug problem

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Science | ‘Publication bias’ gives doctors a skewed picture of pharmaceutical products

Extreme makeover

Extreme makeover

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Oil | For one Midwest town, the price of a U.S. oil resurgence has been transformation, for better or worse

Dating gone Lulu

Dating gone Lulu

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Technology | An increasingly popular girls’ app for rating guys may bode ill

More evidence in the abortion-breast cancer debate

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Health | New research from China reports stronger links between induced abortions and breast cancer

A glut of cheap oil

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Oil | Thanks to new drilling technology, U.S. workers have unlocked vast reserves of American crude oil and created a glut that is driving down prices. Horizontal…

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