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It's part of a pilot program from Doctors Without Borders in a part of Mozambique where roughly 1 in 10 adults is infected with the virus.

Federal and Utah health officials are investigating a case that may be the first instance of Zika spreading from one person to another in ways other than via mosquito bites, sex or the placenta.

Speaking to the NAACP annual convention, Clinton spoke of bringing "the full weight of the law" against those who kill officers and confronting racial bias.

An independent report found evidence of a state-sponsored effort to encourage Russian athletes to take performance-enhancing drugs and avoid detection. This could affect the Rio Olympics.

Montrell Jackson, one of three officers killed Sunday, had written about the tensions he felt, saying on Facebook, "Please don't let hate infect your heart." His brother says Jackson loved his job.

Nothing is simple in Mideast relations. Not even hummus. Lebanon, Israel and Palestinians are entangled over who owns the dish. Not even the title of world's largest hummus platter settled the matter.

A recent poll shows stress tops the list for people concerned about the impact of their job on their health. Workplace wellness programs often address stress, but many employees don't sign up.

Research shows exercise-based cardiac rehab programs help heart patients heal faster and live longer. But fewer than a third take part. Time and cost are the main barriers, doctors and patients say.

Montrell Jackson was one of the three police officers killed in Sunday's shooting in Baton Rouge, La. His brother Kedrick Pitts speaks with NPR's Michel Martin, remembering him as his "best friend."

Flooding has destroyed hundreds of bridges in West Virginia. Most of them are small and serve only a few houses. Mennonites have come to the state to rebuild using a flood-resistant style of bridge.

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