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Scientists are finding that, just as with secondhand smoke from tobacco, inhaling secondhand smoke from marijuana can make it harder for arteries to expand to allow a healthy flow of blood.
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President Trump speaks during a Cabinet meeting on June 12, 2017. From left are, Vice President Pence, foreground, then-Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and the president. Price was fired by Trump last year, Tillerson was fired last week.
Wendy Root Askew with her husband Dominick Askew and their son. When the little boy (now 6) was born, Root Askew struggled with postpartum depression. She likes California's bill, she says, because it goes beyond mandatory screening; it would also require insurers to establish programs to help women get treatment.
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Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe's memos about his interactions with the president are now in the possession of special counsel Robert Mueller's team of investigators, according to media reports.
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Ohio Democrat Marcy Kaptur Makes History As Longest-Serving Woman In The House
Patrick Desbois began investigating Nazi crimes because of his family history. His grandfather was deported to a work camp in Ukraine during World War II but never spoke about what had happened. "So I decided to go there one day," he says, "and that's when I discovered that the Germans shot at a minimum 18,000 Jews, plus gypsies, plus Soviet prisoners. But no one wanted to speak about it."
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The Hyundai Motor Co. headquarters, along with the showroom pictured here, are in Seoul, South Korea. The U.S. government is investigating problems with air bag control units in Kia and Hyundai vehicles that have led to four deaths.
Facebook suspended Cambridge Analytica, a data-analysis firm that worked for President Trump's 2016 campaign, over allegations that it held onto improperly obtained user data after telling Facebook it had deleted the information.
Rowers navigate the Chicago River shortly after it was dyed green Saturday in Chicago. Dyeing the river has been a St. Patrick's Day tradition in the city since 1962.
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British ambassador to Russia, Laurie Bristow, leaves after a meeting at the Russian foreign ministry building in Moscow on Saturday. Russia says it's expelling 23 U.K. diplomats.