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Talc verdict winner: Money can't make up for lost health
A California woman awarded more than $70 million in her talcum powder lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson says she is pleased by the ruling, but it doesn't make up for the damage to her health. A St. Louis ...
New FBI inquiry reinjects Clinton emails into 2016 race
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) ? The FBI says it will investigate whether there is classified information in newly discovered emails that appear to be related to its probe of Hillary Clinton's email practices, reinjecting one of the most toxic political issues into the presidential campaign less than two weeks before Election Day.
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Podesta: FBI should provide more information on new emailsWASHINGTON (AP) ? The FBI informed Congress Friday it is investigating whether there is classified information in new emails that have emerged in its probe of Hillary Clinton's private server. The FBI said in July its investigation was finished.
Activists split as Clinton makes push for black millennials
Kirk apologizes for mocking rival's family military history
CHICAGO (AP) ? Illinois Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk apologized Friday for mocking his Democratic rival's immigrant background and her claim that her family's military service dates back to the Revolution ? comments that drew wide criticism and threatened an already difficult re-election campaign.
Supreme Court to rule in Virginia transgender caseWASHINGTON (AP) ? The Supreme Court will take up transgender rights for the first time in the case of a Virginia school board that wants to prevent a transgender teenager from using the boys' bathroom at his high school.
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Tribe vows to continue North Dakota pipeline fight despite arrests
A Native American tribe and other activists opposed to a multibillion-dollar oil pipeline project in North Dakota vowed on Friday to continue their fight through direct action, legal challenges and growing celebrity support, a day after police arrested 141 of their members. Thursday's arrests came at the site of the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline when dozens of riot police swept through a protester camp on private land using pepper spray, bean bag rounds and an audio cannon against demonstrators who refused to leave. Some of the protesters set fire to roadblocks and threw rocks, bottles and Molotov cocktails at the law enforcement officers, the local Morton County Sheriff's Department said.