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May, 23, 2019

Colorado becomes first state in nation to cap price of insulin

Colorado Becomes First State In Nation To Cap Price Of Insulin

Diabetics in Colorado who use insulin to control their blood sugar levels won't pay more than $100 per month for the drug starting in January thanks to a bill signed into law by Gov. Jared Polis on Wednesday. "Today, we will declare that the days of insulin price gouging are over in Colorado," Polis said in his...



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Our Very Calm President Is Tweeting Vigorously About How Not Mad He Was During His Non-Temper Tantrum

Our Very Calm President Is Tweeting Vigorously About How Not Mad He Was During His Non-Temper Tantrum

It's all fun and games until you slide into authoritarianism.



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Elderly couple, another woman killed in southwest Missouri tornado

Elderly Couple, Another Woman Killed In Southwest Missouri Tornado

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says an elderly couple and another woman were killed when a powerful storm destroyed their homes in southwest Missouri.



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Slowly and Persistently, Elizabeth Warren Is On the Rise

Slowly And Persistently, Elizabeth Warren Is On The Rise

If the 2020 hopeful can avoid getting sideswiped by a fast-moving dark horse candidate, she's in decent shape to challenge Sanders and Biden.



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In 20 Tweets, GOP Rep. Justin Amash Lays Out Case For Impeachment

In 20 Tweets, GOP Rep. Justin Amash Lays Out Case For Impeachment

Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) earned the condemnation of his Republican peers, cold shoulders from large donors, a presidential tweet, and...



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Paedophile deputy headteacher live-streamed child sex abuse while high on cocaine and meth

Paedophile Deputy Headteacher Live-streamed Child Sex Abuse While High On Cocaine And Meth

'The fact he helped fuel this industry while working as a teacher only adds to the grotesque and aggravated nature of the offence,' prosecutor says



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Jussie Smollett update: Judge rules to unseal records in 'Empire' actor's case

Jussie Smollett Update: Judge Rules To Unseal Records In 'Empire' Actor's Case

A judge has ruled that documents in the Jussie Smollett case can be unsealed. .



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Dig continues after crew finds dinosaur fossils at Highlands Ranch construction site

Dig Continues After Crew Finds Dinosaur Fossils At Highlands Ranch Construction Site

A limb bone and several ribs from a horned dinosaur have been unearthed at a Highlands Ranch construction site where a paleontology dig will continue for the next several days.



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Why is insulin so expensive in the U.S.? Colorado becomes first state to enforce insulin price cap

Why Is Insulin So Expensive In The U.S.? Colorado Becomes First State To Enforce Insulin Price Cap

Almost 20,000 residents of Colorado are diagnosed with diabetes every year, and 400,000 Coloradans live with the disease.



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Detroit cop part of group charged with leaving $500 bill at Japanese steakhouse

Detroit Cop Part Of Group Charged With Leaving $500 Bill At Japanese Steakhouse

FOX 2 recently showed surveillance video of a $500 dine and dash by a large group at a Macomb County Japanese steakhouse.



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ISJK chief Zakir Musa killed

ISJK Chief Zakir Musa Killed

Islamic State Jammu and Kashmir (ISJK) chief, and most wanted militant commander Zakir Musa has been killed in an encounter with security forces in Tral area of South Kashmir's Pulwama district of Thursday evening.



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FBI has seen significant rise in white supremacist domestic terrorism in recent months

FBI Has Seen Significant Rise In White Supremacist Domestic Terrorism In Recent Months

The FBI has seen a significant rise in the number of white supremacist domestic terrorism cases in recent months, a senior FBI counterterrorism official said Thursday.



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China factories releasing thousands of tonnes of illegal CFC gases, study finds

China Factories Releasing Thousands Of Tonnes Of Illegal CFC Gases, Study Finds

Levels of ozone-depleting gas spiked when air from industrialised areas of China arrived, say researchers



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Facebook culls three billion fake profiles

Facebook Culls Three Billion Fake Profiles

More than seven million "hate speech" posts were removed by the social network, also a record high.



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US mafia explosives expert 'helped Sicilian mob kill judge'

US Mafia Explosives Expert 'helped Sicilian Mob Kill Judge'

Informant says American helped Cosa Nostra assassinate Giovanni Falcone in 1992



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Inspectors say FAA pressures them to ignore critical plane problems:

Inspectors Say FAA Pressures Them To Ignore Critical Plane Problems: "The Flying Public Needs To Wake Up"

One longtime FAA inspector tells CBS News that they have been "repeatedly" punished for finding a problem and reporting it



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Trump relentlessly mocked for 'nationally televised hissy fit'

Trump Relentlessly Mocked For 'nationally Televised Hissy Fit'

US president storms out of meeting to give bizarre speech described as 'live-action movie version' of his Twitter feed



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'I'm gay': Mormon Republican lawmaker in Utah comes out

'I'm Gay': Mormon Republican Lawmaker In Utah Comes Out

"You can be gay and a Republican ... you need to trust that people will love you for who you really are," Utah County Commissioner Nathan Ivie said.



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Pelosi suggests maybe Trump 'wants to take a leave of absence' after 'tantrum'

Pelosi Suggests Maybe Trump 'wants To Take A Leave Of Absence' After 'tantrum'

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Thursday that President Donald Trump threw a temper tantrum at a meeting with Democratic congre...



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Suburban Chicago High School Reprints Yearbooks After Possible White Nationalist Symbol Found

Suburban Chicago High School Reprints Yearbooks After Possible White Nationalist Symbol Found

The gestures could also be a reference to the "circle game," a harmless teenage joke.



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