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Indiana Struggles To Control HIV Outbreak Linked To Intravenous Drug Use
Poverty, administrative red tape and politics stand in the way as the number of confirmed cases continues to climb. Health policy experts are calling for a needle-exchange program to be expanded.
State Prosecutors To Determine Next Steps In Freddie Gray Case
Police forwarded the preliminary results of their probe into Freddie Gray's death to Baltimore's state attorney Marilyn J. Mosby. Her team will decide whether to bring criminal charges against police.
White House Honors 2015 Teacher Of The Year: Shanna Peeples
Shanna Peeples works at Palo Duro High School in Amarillo, Texas. Most of the students come from poor families. Some are refugees from East Africa — coming through the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya.
Electric Carmaker Tesla To Sell Batteries Designed To Power Homes
Tesla is building the biggest battery factory in the world. It hopes to drive battery prices down so far that lithium ion batteries are no longer just for laptops, phones or cars.
'Curvy Brides' Debuts Friday On TLC
Sisters Yukia Walker and Yuneisia Harris are co-owners of Curvaceous Couture, an upscale bridal salon in Columbia, Md., that caters to plus-size brides. That clientele is often overlooked.
Does Reading Harry Potter Have An Effect On Your Behavior?
New research suggests that school kids who read and identify with Harry Potter display more positive attitudes toward people from disadvantaged groups.
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