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Pennsylvania high court revives case challenging limits on Medicaid coverage for abortions

HARRISBURG, Pa.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin returns to work at the Pentagon after cancer surgery complications

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin returns to work at the Pentagon after cancer surgery complications

WASHINGTON (AP) — Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin returned to work at the Pentagon on Monday after nearly a month's absence because of prostate cancer and met with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
Community health centers serve 1 in 11 Americans. They're a safety net under stress

Community health centers serve 1 in 11 Americans. They're a safety net under stress

NEW YORK (AP) — Elisa Reyes has come to Plaza del Sol Family Health Center for doctor’s appointments for more than a decade. Though she moved away a while ago, the 33-year-old keeps returning, even if it means a two-hour roundtrip bus ride.
Community health centers serve 1 in 11 Americans. They're a safety net that's under stress

Community health centers serve 1 in 11 Americans. They're a safety net that's under stress

NEW YORK (AP) — Elisa Reyes has come to Plaza del Sol Family Health Center for doctor’s appointments for more than a decade. She moved away a while ago but keeps returning — even if it means a two-hour roundtrip bus ride.
The UK will ban disposable vapes and curb candy-flavored e-cigarettes that attract children under 18

The UK will ban disposable vapes and curb candy-flavored e-cigarettes that attract children under 18

LONDON (AP) — Britain's government will ban the sale of disposable vapes and limit their cornucopia of flavors to prevent children from becoming addicted to nicotine, officials said Monday.
More Quebecers donated organs after MAID but Canada needs standardized data: study

More Quebecers donated organs after MAID but Canada needs standardized data: study

Quebec researchers say organ donation appears to be increasing among people who received an assisted death but they're calling for greater collaboration to support those who choose to give, along with respect for their autonomy and dignity.
Science sleuths are using technology to find fakery and plagiarism in published research

Science sleuths are using technology to find fakery and plagiarism in published research

Allegations of research fakery at a leading cancer center have turned a spotlight on scientific integrity and the amateur sleuths uncovering image manipulation in published research.
GOP legislatures in some states seek ways to undermine voters' ability to determine abortion rights

GOP legislatures in some states seek ways to undermine voters' ability to determine abortion rights

CHICAGO (AP) — Legislative efforts in Missouri and Mississippi are attempting to prevent voters from having a say over abortion rights, building on anti-abortion strategies seen in other states, including last year in Ohio .

'Be vigilant': Counselling encouraged for Fort Smith residents after fatal crash

FORT SMITH, N.W.T. — The deadly plane crash that rocked residents of a small town in the Northwest Territories has left no part of the community unscathed, including local schools. Flags flew at half-mast Saturday at Joseph B.

A COVID-era program is awash in fraud. Congress aims to wind it down and expand the child tax credit

WASHINGTON (AP) — When IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel met privately with senators recently, the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee asked for his assessment of a startling report: A whistleblower estimated that 95% of claims now being made by bus