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Homeland Security Chief: Mueller Indictment Shows Foreign Election-Meddling Has Consequences

Homeland Security Chief: Mueller Indictment Shows Foreign Election-Meddling Has Consequences

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen told state election officials that special counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment of 12 alleged Russian hackers shows foreign election-meddling would have consequences.

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This Form of Ambien Now Costs Over 800% More

This Form of Ambien Now Costs Over 800% More

In the latest example of how drugmakers are raising prices despite mounting public criticism, one firm increased the cost of a spray form of Ambien by 843%. The company’s CEO defended the move, saying this drug is for a “lifestyle” condition.

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Homeland Security Chief: Mueller Indictment Shows Consequences for Foreign Election-Meddling

Homeland Security Chief: Mueller Indictment Shows Consequences for Foreign Election-Meddling

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen told state election officials Saturday that special counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment of 12 alleged Russian hackers shows foreign election-meddling would have consequences.

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This Form of Ambien Now Costs Over 800% More

This Form of Ambien Now Costs Over 800% More

In the latest example of how drugmakers are raising prices despite mounting public criticism, one firm increased the cost of a spray form of Ambien by 843%. The company’s CEO defended the move, saying this drug is for a “lifestyle” condition.

Published 1 month ago

The Rollback of Affirmative Action Guidelines Could Reshape K-12 School Districts

The Rollback of Affirmative Action Guidelines Could Reshape K-12 School Districts

Districts have wrestled with how to desegregate public schools in ways supported by the law, which forbids districts from using race to determine placement. Now, President Trump’s decision to roll back affirmative action guidelines will likely have a far-reaching impact on K-12 schools.

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To Recruit Students, Colleges Turn to Corporate-Marketing Playbook

To Recruit Students, Colleges Turn to Corporate-Marketing Playbook

Colleges are turning to the corporate-marketing playbook to better identify and appeal to prospective adult students, crunching consumer databases to tailor their pitches.

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The Coach Who Can Explain Croatia’s World Cup Success

The Coach Who Can Explain Croatia’s World Cup Success

Ratko Rudic, a legend in water polo who led Croatia to an Olympic gold medal, reveals his thoughts about the World Cup final.

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For Some African Americans, Genetic Testing Reopens Past Wounds

For Some African Americans, Genetic Testing Reopens Past Wounds

A legacy of unethical studies complicates calls for greater participation by African Americans.

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U.A.E. Backed Militia Leader’s Bid to Take Control of Libyan Oil Exports

U.A.E. Backed Militia Leader’s Bid to Take Control of Libyan Oil Exports

United Arab Emirates officials have engaged in secret talks with a Libyan military commander seeking the Gulf state’s help in exporting Libya’s oil outside of United Nations-approved channels, Libyan, Emirati and European officials said.

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A guide to secret Sicily

A guide to secret Sicily

In the island’s quieter south-west, new villas are mixing mod cons with traditional touches — and glorious views of unspoilt beaches

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Disrupter-in-chief brings turmoil on European trip

Disrupter-in-chief brings turmoil on European trip

After turbulent Nato summit, Trump launches unprecedented intervention in UK politics

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Serena Williams Upset in Wimbledon Final

Serena Williams Upset in Wimbledon Final

Serena Williams was upset by Angelique Kerber in the women’s championship match at Wimbledon, with the German winning 6-3, 6-3. The American lost at Wimbledon for the first time since 2014.

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The Sexting Scandal That Toppled One of America’s Most Powerful Lawyers

The Sexting Scandal That Toppled One of America’s Most Powerful Lawyers

Latham & Watkins Chairman William Voge had a wife, five grown children and homes in California, Wyoming, Mexico and London. He was the boss of 2,600 lawyers at one of the world’s largest law firms. Then temptation, lust and anger ended his career.

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Judge Orders 12-Hour Notice to Reunite Immigrant Families

Judge Orders 12-Hour Notice to Reunite Immigrant Families

A federal judge ordered the Trump administration to provide 12 hours’ notice of the location and time for reunifications of children and families who were separated after crossing into the U.S., many illegally.

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