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The recent abortion referendum in Ireland is setting off calls for change in neighboring Northern Ireland, which still has strict laws on the procedure that date to Victorian times.

Are some people getting too much treatment for their cancers? The answer, from the American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting in Chicago, is an emphatic yes.

"Robert Kennedy was in search of love and found it in black America, and it was reciprocated," says historian David Margolick, reflecting on RFK's legacy 50 years after his death.

King Abdullah appointed economist Omar Razzaz as his new prime minister. It will be up to Razzaz to defuse a crisis over a plan that would levy income tax even on those earning $11,000 a year.

Companies are grappling with an influx of sexual harassment allegations, investigations and related training, as workers at all levels, in different industries come forward.

These days, some young people in the conservative kingdom also use Tinder to find a match.

Iowa Democrats choose their candidate for governor Tuesday. Stakes are high for a party that has only won three of the last 14 gubernatorial races.

The anesthetic ketamine first wowed the medical world with its ability to relieve severe depression in hours. Now it's showing promise for other psychiatric disorders, including bipolar and PTSD.

Inspired by the kidnapping of Nigerian schoolgirls, Lola Omolola started a Facebook group that soared in size and quickly became a support network for women around the globe.

The volcano, located about 20 miles southwest of the capital, blanketed the village of El Rodeo in ash and a deadly pyroclastic flow.




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