While the New York governor and his cancer-stricken partner, Sandra Lee, publicly tout cancer prevention, health advocates say he has repeatedly tried to cut funding for cancer screening.
Among the 300 pages of private emails released on Friday are messages relating to the 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
There are 47 political parties and 5,819 candidates contesting in Ethiopia's national elections Sunday, but the vote will likely be anything but democratic.
Despite recent historic guilty pleas by major banks over forex manipulation, a divided SEC has exempted them from automatic penalties.
Cannabis is big business, with complicated licensing, elusive funding, and major players poised to jump in — as soon as the government legalizes it.
Tapped by Dish to create a “next-generation TV service,” Sling TV CEO Roger Lynch came up with a product that could upend the entire industry.
The U.S. pledged that Ramadi would not fall. The loss this week shows that ISIS is very capable of snatching the upper hand in the battle against the U.S.-backed Iraqi army.
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