California lawmakers splashed with 'what appeared to be blood' during anti-vaxxing protest at Statehouse
A protester was taken into custody at the California Statehouse in Sacramento on Friday evening after she allegedly threw a feminine hygiene device containing "what appeared to be blood" onto the floor of the state Senate from a public viewing area, splashing the liquid onto lawmakers working below.
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Abortion doctor's family finds remains of more than 2,200 fetuses at his home after his death: reports
The remains of more than 2,200 unborn children have been found at the Illinois home of a former Indiana abortion doctor who died earlier this month, according to reports.
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Carrie Underwood reveals the one condition she has for an 'American Idol' reunion
Fans first saw Carrie Underwood compete on "American Idol" in 2005. Now, 14 years later, the star is sharing whether she'd be up for a reunion. 
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Bill Maher says Amy Klobuchar would be solid 'compromise' choice for Dems' 2020 nomination
"Real Time" host Bill Maher said Friday that Democrats could be heading toward a contested 2020 convention and suggested that Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., could emerge as a strong "compromise candidate."
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The state attorney general's office is trying to find how much money the owners of pharmaceutical giant Purdue Pharma amassed and where it is
Authorities have identified about $1 billion in wire transfers between the owners of pharmaceutical giant Purdue Pharma, the entities they control and different financial institutions, New York Attorney General Letitia James said Friday.
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Preliminary proposed settlement for thousands of opioid cases
Purdue Pharma has reached a preliminary proposed settlement with multiple state, local and tribal governments that accuse the company of helping to drive the opioid crisis, officials said. But many attorney generals are opposing it and say the fight is not over.
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Emails show drug execs indifferent to opioid epidemic
CNN's Jean Casarez reports on the emails between drug executives in court documents that show they were driven by profit and indifferent to the opioid epidemic.
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Louvre removes Sackler family name from museum walls
The Louvre has removed the name of the Sackler family, owners of OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma, from the walls of one of its wings amid a growing scandal over its alleged connection with the US opioid crisis.
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Why Paul Manafort no longer fit with the Trump campaign
Washington Post political reporter James Hohmann explains resignation on 'America's Newsroom'
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Who would protect us better, Trump or Clinton?
'The O'Reilly Factor': Bill O'Reilly's Talking Points 8/18
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Why it pays to be a male athlete?
Sports Court: Tamara Holder and Leigh Steinberg discuss sponsorship disparity between male and female athletes
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Shillue: The Olympics isn't about good sportsmanship
Cutthroat competition is the 'real spirit' of the games
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