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ACLU Sues To Halt 'Unconstitutional' Down Syndrome Abortion Law In Ohio

The suit, filed on behalf of several abortion providers, is a bid to block a controversial law that punishes providers when there is any "reason to believe that an unborn child has Down syndrome."

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Borneo Has Lost 100,000 Orangutans Since 1999

That's more than the number of the critically endangered species remaining. The orangutans have been hit hard by deforestation and hunting. The animals are native to the island.

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Florida Shooting Suspect Set To Appear In Court On 17 Murder Charges

Authorities say expelled student Nikolas Cruz, 19, opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, killing at least 17 people. Now, Cruz will be facing those charges for the first time in court.

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ICE Detains More Than 100 In Los Angeles Area Immigration Raids

The federal immigration enforcement agency said "uncooperative jurisdictions," like Los Angeles, were "putting officers, the general public and the aliens at risk."

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Google To Block 'Annoying' Online Ads That Fail To Make The Grade

Starting today, Google will award ads a "passing," "warning" and "failing" designation and block some of the most annoying, including pop-ups and auto-playing videos.

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Inspector: 'Serious Derelictions' By VA Secretary Related To Overseas Travel

An investigation detailed an 11-day trip to Europe at taxpayer expense in which Secretary David Shulkin was accompanied by his wife and spent much of the time on sightseeing and at leisure.

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Inspector: 'Serious Derelictions' By VA Secretary Related To Overseas Travel

An investigation detailed an 11-day trip to Europe at taxpayer expense in which Secretary David Shulkin was accompanied by his wife and spent much of the time on sightseeing and at leisure.

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New York City Officials Reach Deal On Shuttering Rikers Island

Now, Mayor Bill de Blasio can move forward with a 10-year plan to close the jail complex and create a borough-based prison system. State officials may seek to close it sooner.

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What We Know About The Florida School Shooting Suspect

Authorities have identified Nikolas Cruz, 19, as the gunman who opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. They say he was a former student who had been expelled for disciplinary reasons.

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Could Free Transit Lure Germans From Their Cars?

The proposed no-fare program would begin in five cities, as Germany endeavors to meet EU air pollution targets. But similar plans haven't always worked as planned.

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WATCH: Penguins Carrying Valentines Will Melt Your Heart

Biologists at the California Academy of Sciences handed out red felt hearts to African penguin couples in the aquarium. The birds use the romantic treats to woo and court one another.

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Sheriff's Office Reports 'At Least 14 Victims' In South Florida High School Shooting

The Broward County sheriff's office said a suspect is in custody. The school superintendent says there are fatalities in the shooting.

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WATCH: Ants Act As Medics, Treat Wounds Of Injured Nest-Mates

A new study, published on Wednesday in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B, describes how specific individuals in Matabele ant colonies will clean the wounds of injured ants.

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Top ICE Lawyer Charged With Stealing Immigrants' Identities To Commit Bank Fraud

The Justice Department says Raphael Sanchez stole the identities of seven immigrants. Sanchez has reportedly resigned from his post as ICE's chief counsel in Seattle.

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France Showcases Works Orphaned By Nazi Looting, Seeking Owners Or Heirs

Tens of thousands of artworks were recovered after World War II, and many are still in French possession. Now, the Louvre is stepping up efforts to return them to the heirs of their rightful owners.

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Top EPA Science Adviser Has History Of Questioning Pollution Research

Michael Honeycutt, the top toxicologist for Texas, is the latest chair of the EPA's science advisory board. But some scientists warn his views align more with industry than with scientific consensus.

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Democrats Take Republican Seat in Florida Special Election

Margaret Good defeated James Buchanan in Florida's 72nd House District, boosting Democrats' hopes for the fall midterms.

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Tech Giants Under Pressure Over Russian Opposition Leader's Posts

YouTube and Instagram are reportedly facing the prospect of sanction in Russia if they do not remove posts implicating a Russian billionaire and a senior Russian government official.

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Henrik, Husband Of Denmark's Queen Margrethe, Dies At 83.

He was public about his displeasure over his title of prince consort, which kept him out of the line for succession. It was a grudge he apparently nurtured to the end.

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Venezuela's Maduro Not Welcome At Regional Summit, Host Peru Says

Peru's foreign minister says an invitation to the Summit of the Americas in Lima has been withdrawn over concerns the presidential elections in Venezuela will not be free and fair.

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