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What to know about allegations that Russia offered bounties for the Taliban to kill U.S. troops

Questions are swirling about reports that Russia paid bounties for Taliban militants to kill coalition troops, including those from the U.S., in Afghanistan. How solid is the intelligence behind those reports? How much did President Trump know about them? Here’s what we know so far.June 30, 2020

New Me Too accusations hit A-list celebrities, banners, influencers

Waves of social activism and callout culture have defined quarantine, starting with the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement, followed by viral workplace inequality stories, and now hundreds of new sexual harassment and sexual assault allegations being disseminated online.The surge of allegations echoes the 2017 "Me Too" movement, inspired by the Harvey Weinstein accusations,…

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Pence falsely claims Arizona hospitalizations on decline

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego says her city is in need of more testing and medical personnel to handle the coronavirus crisis there. Reporter Vaughn Hillyard discusses.July 9, 2020

Dr. Gottlieb: U.S. is likely to see hospitalizations rise

Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb discusses the country's current infection rate, why the country is seeing more younger people get infected and why he believes hospitalizations will rise.July 9, 2020

State will not be ‘threatened’ to resume schools, says Maryland gov.

Gov. Larry Hogan, R-Md., discusses the rate of infection in his state. Maryland's hospitalization rate due to virus just fell under 400 for first time since March. Gov. Hogan also discusses the idea of reopening schools in the fall and a potential 2024 run.July 9, 2020

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Image-Guidance Connected to Improved Resection in Recurrent CRC

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End of the Road for Endometrial Scratch in IVF?

Endometrial scratch did not improve first-time success with in vitro fertilization (IVF) or intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) in a randomized, unblinded trial. Patients who received endometrial scratching -- in which the uterine lining is wounded slightly to facilitate embryo implantation -- had live birth rates comparable to patients who received routine care (38.4% v.s 37.1%,…