DA: Father who left twins in car said he ‘blanked out’ The 1-year-old boy and girl were pronounced dead at the scene.

DA: Father Who Left Twins In Car Said He 'blanked Out'

A New York father has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and other charges in the deaths of 1-year-old twins left in a car while he put in a day at work.

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Study: the US could have averted about 15,600 deaths if every state expanded Medicaid | The real impact of Republican’s rejection of Medicaid expansion under Obamacare.

Study: The US Could Have Averted About 15,600 Deaths If Every State Expanded Medicaid

The real impact of Republican's rejection of Medicaid expansion under Obamacare.

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Atlanta pauses scooter permits after deaths

Atlanta Pauses Scooter Permits After Deaths

The city had come under pressure from activists in recent days who had protested on Atlanta's streets after a man riding a scooter was run over by a transit bus.

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Three deaths and disappearance of two teenagers in Canada might be linked, say police

Three Deaths And Disappearance Of Two Teenagers In Canada Might Be Linked, Say Police

Case of dead man and murdered couple might be connected to missing pair who were also headed to Alaska on remote highway

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343 NYC firefighters died on 9/11. Since then, 200 have died from Ground Zero-related illnesses

NYFD Mourns 200th Firefighter Death Linked To 9/11-related Illness

The 200th New York City firefighter has died from ailments stemming from working at the toxic World Trade Center site in the aftermath of...

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Texas woman pleads guilty in shooting deaths of 2 daughters

Texas Woman Pleads Guilty In Shooting Deaths Of 2 Daughters

A Texas woman was sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty Wednesday to shooting and killing her two young daughters in 2017.

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Hospital fires 23 workers in case of excessive doses, deaths

Hospital Fires 23 Workers In Case Of Excessive Doses, Deaths

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- The Ohio hospital system where excessive painkiller doses were given to dozens of patients who died fired 23 nurses, pharmacists and managers Thursday and said it is changing leadership, a sign that professional fallout from the scandal has expanded far beyond the intensive care doctor accused of ordering the drugs. The [...]

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Customs and Border Protection investigating secret Facebook page where agents allegedly mocked migrant deaths

Customs And Border Protection Investigating Secret Facebook Page Where Agents Allegedly Mocked Migrant Deaths

The page also included sexist and racist posts mocking Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

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President of El Salvador Says Migrant Deaths in Rio Grande Are ‘Our Fault’

President Of El Salvador Says Migrant Deaths In Rio Grande Are 'Our Fault'

"People don't flee their homes because they want to," said President Nayib Bukele of El Salvador, referring to Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez and his daughter, who died in the Rio Grande.

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US-led coalition says it killed 1,300 civilians in Syria and Iraq

US-led Anti-IS Coalition 'killed 1,300 Civilians'

The coalition's figure on deaths in Syria and Iraq may actually be much higher, activists say.

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Alleged serial killer, illegal immigrant in Texas may be linked to 6 more deaths, lawsuits claim

Alleged Serial Killer, Illegal Immigrant In Texas May Be Linked To 6 More Deaths, Lawsuits Claim

A Kenyan man living in the U.S. illegally already charged in the deaths of 12 elderly women may be behind the killings of six other elderly people, according to to a set of lawsuits filed Tuesday.

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After deaths, more tourists to Dominican Republic say they were stricken with illness

After Deaths, More Tourists To Dominican Republic Say They Were Stricken With Illness

Their island getaways went bad in ways that sound similar: crippling stomach cramps, explosive diarrhea and malaise that lasted after they returned home.

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Cyclist and Pedestrian Deaths Skyrocket in 2018 as Motorists Stay Safe

Cyclist And Pedestrian Deaths Skyrocket In 2018 As Motorists Stay Safe

Let's face it: America's roads are safe increasingly for only those who drive on them.

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Hard Rock Hotel in Dominican Republic to remove liquor dispensers from minibars after tourist deaths

Hard Rock Hotel In Dominican Republic To Remove Liquor Dispensers From Minibars

The general manager said the decision is not connected to the deaths of two American tourists at the Punta Cana resort, but is meant to provide "more tranquility for guests."

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Gretna (Nebraska) community mourns deaths of 4 teens in crash

Gretna Community Mourns Deaths Of 4 Teens In Crash Monday Night

GRETNA - There were long, comforting hugs. Muffled sobs and shared boxes of tissues. And prayers that ached for four teenage girls who died in a car crash Monday night

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Portland bans use of bird poison on city property after crow deaths

Portland Bans Use Of Bird Poison On City Property After Crow Deaths

The ban was mostly a symbolic one, but advocates say it was important nonetheless.

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FBI assisting Dominican government in investigation of tourist deaths

Family Of New Jersey Man Who Died In The Dominican Republic Wants His Body Examined In The US

The family of one of the American tourists who died in the Dominican Republic in recent months wants pathologists in the United States to examine his body for a cause of death, his brother told CNN on Wednesday.

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High school graduates fall ill at Dominican Republic resort linked to American deaths

High School Graduates Fall Ill At Dominican Republic Resort Linked To American Deaths

Resorts have been linked to the deaths and illnesses of American tourists in recent months

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U.S. death rates from suicides, alcohol and drug overdoses reach all-time high

'Deaths Of Despair' Are Soaring In The U.S.

West Virginia and Ohio far outpace other states in drug overdose death rates.

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24 immigrants have died in ICE custody during the Trump administration

24 Immigrants Have Died In ICE Custody During The Trump Administration

The deaths of 3 detainees since April, along with the release of internal reports about detention center conditions, have spurred an outcry from advocates.

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