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A new approach to helping Alzheimer's and dementia patients starts with training caregivers, teaching them to respond to their loved ones' needs with insight and creativity.
Sep. 15, 2018
If the president ever promoted his D.C. hotel to foreign dignitaries, the attorneys general of Maryland and the District of Columbia want to know about it.
Sep. 15, 2018
Florence is now a tropical depression, but major flooding will continue, the National Weather Service says. At least 14 people have died in the storm and its aftermath. That number's expected to rise.
Sep. 15, 2018
The U.S. has cut hundreds of millions of dollars for Palestinians, to pressure Palestinian leaders to work with the U.S. on peace efforts.
Sep. 15, 2018
Land around the shuttered weapons production facility in Colorado known as Rocky Flats is slated to reopen today as a wildlife refuge. But some are questioning whether it's too soon to be safe.
Sep. 15, 2018
The company is so notorious for wrongly towing away cars that it has been immortalized in song. This week, the Illinois Commerce Commission revoked Lincoln's license.
Sep. 15, 2018
This week in the Russia investigations: Donald Trump's ex-campaign chairman avoids a second federal trial at the cost of a plea agreement. What information can he give to investigators?
Sep. 15, 2018
"The best fashion show is definitely on the street — always has been and always will be." Bill Cunningham
Sep. 15, 2018
The now-Tropical Storm Florence closed schools, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos lost a court case involving student loan forgiveness and more in our weekly education news roundup.
Sep. 15, 2018
Residents who evacuated early in the week have already been sleeping in shelters for days. But Tropical Storm Florence still has days of rain and wind to go.
Sep. 14, 2018
The World Anti-Doping Agency's compliance review committee made the call, despite protests from international athletes that they "will no longer have faith in the system."
Sep. 14, 2018
While Hurricane Florence advanced, and mandatory evacuation orders were issued, many chose to stay in their homes.
Sep. 14, 2018
A federal judge in New York has set Nov. 5 as the start date of the first potential trial of the six lawsuits over the 2020 census citizenship question that dozens of states and cities want removed.
Sep. 14, 2018
Houses were made with inferior materials and poor construction, lawyers say. "I made a promise to the folks of the Lower Ninth to help them rebuild – it is a promise I intend to keep," the actor says.
Sep. 14, 2018
The girls were ages 10 and 11 and lived in Somalia, which has the highest rate of FGM in the world.
Sep. 14, 2018

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