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What if US quits climate deal? Doesn't look good for Earth

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WASHINGTON (AP) -- Earth is likely to reach more dangerous levels of warming even sooner if the U.S. retreats from its pledge to cut carbon dioxide pollution, scientists said. That's because America contributes so much to rising temperatures....

India reports its first 3 cases of the Zika virus

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NEW DELHI (AP) -- India has reported its first three cases of the Zika virus, including two pregnant women who delivered healthy babies....

Chicago inmates can order fancy Italian pizza made in jail

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CHICAGO (AP) -- How can you get a gourmet Italian pizza delivered right to your door for no more than $7? Get locked up at Cook County Jail in Chicago....




Trump's budget dismays families hit by drug addiction crisis
NEW YORK (AP) -- He slept next to his son's ashes most nights back when Kraig Moss first met Donald Trump....

S. Korea OKs civilian contact with North Korea over malaria
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- South Korea will allow a civic group to contact North Korea over help in fighting malaria, the first government approval on cross-border civilian exchanges since North Korea's fourth nuclear test in January 2016, officials said Friday....

German kindergartens to name parents who skip vaccine advice
BERLIN (AP) -- The German government wants kindergartens to inform authorities if parents fail to prove they have attended a doctors' consultation on child vaccinations....

Albania returning Brazil poultry shipment with salmonella
TIRANA, Albania (AP) -- Food authorities in Albania say they are returning a poultry shipment to Brazil after tests found high levels of salmonella....

Insurers continue to hike prices, abandon ACA markets
People shopping for insurance through the Affordable Care Act in yet more regions could face higher prices and fewer choices next year as insurance companies lay out their early plans for 2018....

GOP focus on lowering health premiums may undermine benefits
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Republicans trying to repeal and replace former President Barack Obama's health care law are grappling with a hard lesson that vexed him: Quality health insurance isn't cheap, especially if it protects people in poor health, older adults not yet eligible for Medicare, and the poor....

Report: More Americans with Alzheimer's are dying at home
NEW YORK (AP) -- One in 4 Alzheimer's deaths in the United States are now occurring at home - a startling increase that marks a shift away from hospitals and nursing homes, according to a report released Thursday....