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For example, June's average was up 1.62 F. A couple of degrees may not sound like much, but it's persistent warming over decades that alters the atmosphere, the oceans, and most everything else.

The state switched funding Suboxone strips for treatment of opioid abuse because they were being trafficked in jails. But some patients say the pill that was substituted isn't working for them.

Gun carriers and officers aren't being given consistent instructions on what to do to avoid the use of lethal force during interactions with police.

Each twin had an ovary removed and frozen in 2012, when they were in their 30s, in hopes of buying more time to get pregnant and have babies. But will the thawed, reimplanted ovaries work?

Summer vacations often take time, energy and money to plan. Expectations can run unreasonably high. This week, we dive into what social science research says about how to have a better getaway.

It's a difficult day for law enforcement officers after the killings of police in Dallas and Baton Rouge, La. For many officers, tensions are high and morale is low.

It's part of a pilot program from Doctors Without Borders in a part of Mozambique where roughly 1 in 10 adults is infected with the virus.

Federal and Utah health officials are investigating a case that may be the first instance of Zika spreading from one person to another in ways other than via mosquito bites, sex or the placenta.

Speaking to the NAACP annual convention, Clinton spoke of bringing "the full weight of the law" against those who kill officers and confronting racial bias.

An independent report found evidence of a state-sponsored effort to encourage Russian athletes to take performance-enhancing drugs and avoid detection. This could affect the Rio Olympics.




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