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With drug costs on the rise — and insurers refusing to cover some prescriptions — even patients with insurance can find themselves facing high out-of-pocket costs or going without.
Jan. 27, 2020
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Secretaries of state and election officials are meeting in Washington on the brink of a significant test of the nation's elections expected in the coming presidential campaign.
Jan. 27, 2020
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If there is a global war for tech talent, right now Canada is winning. And U.S. immigration policies are part of the reason.
Jan. 27, 2020
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The NBA star who played for the Los Angeles Lakers for 20 seasons was killed Sunday in Southern California, along with seven others, including his 13-year-old daughter.
Jan. 26, 2020
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Lizzo and Billie Eilish are among the artists who won trophies at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards, presented on Jan. 26, 2020.
Jan. 26, 2020
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The retired Los Angeles Lakers star died at age 41 in a plane crash on Sunday. Former teammates, peers and other sports legends expressed their grief and shock on social media.
Jan. 26, 2020
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The CDC expects the number of confirmed cases of Wuhan coronavirus in the U.S. to increase — but says the overall health risk of disease transmission is the country is low.
Jan. 26, 2020
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Activists chanted "Not one more" as they marched in Juárez Saturday. The killing of artist and activist Isabel Cabanillas ignited anger in a city with a gruesome history of violence against women.
Jan. 26, 2020
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Both involve patients who had traveled to Wuhan, China, the epicenter of the outbreak.
Jan. 26, 2020
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The 45-year-old tech entrepreneur is the seventh candidate to qualify for the Feb. 7 debate in Manchester, N.H., which is just four days ahead of the primary there.
Jan. 26, 2020
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The 62-year-old man was cited last week for disguising a dummy skeleton wearing a bucket hat as a passenger so he could drive in the carpool lane.
Jan. 26, 2020
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The number of infections continue to grow in an outbreak spreading throughout China. Cases have been confirmed in the U.S., Europe and Australia as well. Here are the latest updates on the illness.
Jan. 26, 2020
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The secretary of state issued an angry salvo on Saturday against Mary Louise Kelly, co-host of All Things Considered. NPR stands by her reporting.
Jan. 26, 2020
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In the 2018 recording, the president can be heard ordering the firing of his top envoy to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch. "Get rid of her," he says.
Jan. 26, 2020
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The Northwest is getting into the lucrative maple syrup industry. Farmers and researchers in Washington state are beginning to tap the sweet potential of the much-maligned bigleaf maple tree.
Jan. 26, 2020

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