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Every two minutes a child in Africa dies of malaria, according to the WHO. Today health officials are rolling out the first approved vaccine aimed at stopping the disease — and the hope is that it could save tens of thousands of children each year.
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When Dolores O'Riordan died in 2018, she left behind vocal tracks of what was intended to be The Cranberries' new album. The remaining band members have completed the album in her memory.
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Six months after electing a diverse wave of women to Congress, some "electability"-minded Democrats fear the U.S. isn't ready for a woman, person of color or LGBTQ presidential candidate.
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Since two hurricanes devastated the Virgin Islands in late 2017, there's been a "floodgate" of mental health issues in the U.S. territory, counselors say.
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New York City's council passed a measure Thursday to require owners of large buildings to improve insulation, lighting and heating/cooling systems to reduce energy use — and slash contributions to climate change.
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Egypt has approved sweeping constitutional amendments that allow President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to stay in office until 2030.
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Prosecutors say a major pharmaceutical distribution company and two former execs are facing criminal charges for their roles in advancing and profiting from the country's opioid crisis.
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Sri Lanka held its first mass funerals on Tuesday for victims of the Easter Sunday attacks. The death toll has climbed to 321 people since the first blasts.
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Here's how asking about citizenship on the U.S. census has changed throughout the decades — starting in the year 1820 📚👇
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In the past few years, Hindu nationalist politicians have renamed Indian towns, streets and airports — swapping names that reflect Muslim heritage and history for Hinducentric ones.
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Review: For much of Melinda Gates' new book, it's impossible to tell what she's trying to achieve, writes critic Lily Meyer. It seems designed to raise awareness — but not make waves.
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Dr. Richard Valery Mouzoko Kiboung arrived in the DRC four weeks ago, recruited to fight Ebola. "He would say: 'I have my kids. I need to be careful so I can go back [to them],'" a coworker says. Mouzoko was fatally shot in Friday's attack.
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Today health officials are making history — by rolling out the first approved vaccine aimed at stopping malaria.
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Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" was an anthem for a generation that didn't want one.
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Big names are lining up behind the idea of a $15 minimum wage, including Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Kamala Harris. But why $15 exactly? What does the evidence say about the proposal? And should it be imposed everywhere? explains:
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Volunteer medics do their best with limited resources, sometimes conducting exams in makeshift clinics and paying for medical supplies out of pocket.
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Bob Mould's latest album, 'Sunshine Rock,' is a look back to the albums he loved as a young adult.
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Oobah Butler has made a name for himself by making a name for himself –– from conning his way into Paris Fashion Week to turning a nonexistent restaurant into the hottest spot in London. ()
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More young people are leaning into the sharing economy — owning less of everything and renting and sharing a whole lot more. Here's why:
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Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and Seth Moulton are among the Democrats running for president in 2020 calling on the House of Representatives to begin impeachment proceedings against Trump.
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