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    Study finds no link between MMR vaccine and autism

    (CNN) — The vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella doesn’t bring an increased risk of autism, according to a new study of more than 95,000 children. The study, published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association, is the latest piece of research to debunk the myth associating the MMR vaccine with autism. Using a claims database from a large commercial health plan, the researchers paid particular attention to children who had older siblings with autism, or ASD, which […]

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    Dozens hospitalized following botulism outbreak, linked to church potluck dinner

    LANCASTER, Ohio – One person is dead and at least 23 others are sick following a church potluck dinner. Five people are in critical condition after being diagnosed with botulism. The pastor at Cross Pointe Free Will Baptist Church says this weekend’s potluck dinner was just like the hundreds of other dinners they have had in the past. However, doctors half a mile away at the Fairfield Medical Center say that meal led to this outbreak. “In this day and […]

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    Man who impregnated friend using turkey baster ‘legally entitled’ to be a part of son’s life

    (CNN) — Robert Boardwine’s path to fatherhood was unconventional, but Virginia’s appeals court said Tuesday he is legally entitled to be a part of his son’s life. Boardwine’s friend, Joyce Bruce, had used his sperm and a turkey baster to get pregnant. She thought after she learned she was with child that they should just be friends. She also thought that because they never had sex, she was entitled to be the boy’s sole parent, according to court documents. The […]

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    Dr. Oz to critics: Me and my show ‘will not be silenced’

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Dr. Mehmet Oz says he “will not be silenced” by a group of 10 prominent doctors who are calling for him to resign from Columbia University. In a special episode of “The Dr. Oz Show” he taped on Tuesday, Oz — arguably America’s best-known doctor — addressed the 10 doctors directly and accused them of trying to intimidate him. The episode will be televised on Thursday, but the show released a preview clip on Tuesday evening. […]

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    Woman denied use of Facebook because of Native American name

    SALEM, Ore. (KPTV) — For five days, Brenna Happy Cloud was in Facebook purgatory. She tried repeatedly to log in, only to be told she was locked out. All of it, it turns out, was because of her name. Happy Cloud, who is Native American, received responses from Facebook’s help desk, prompting her to validate her unusual name. She was asked for proof of identity, even a copy of her social security card. All the while, she had no access to […]

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    2 arrested, accused of manslaughter in Mediterranean migrant boat capsizing

    CATANIA, Italy (CNN) — The captain of a ship full of migrants that capsized in the Mediterranean Sea has been arrested on suspicion of “reckless shipwreck, multiple manslaughter (and) abetting clandestine immigration” for his role in a disaster that left hundreds dead, an Italian prosecutor’s office said Tuesday. Mohammed Ali Malek, the 27-year-old captain from Tunisia, faces the same prospective charges as one of his crew members, 26-year-old Mahmud Bikhit of Syria, according to a news release from the prosecutor’s […]

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    Student shocked after her shirt was edited in school photo

    BATAVIA, Ohio –  A young girl in junior high was shocked when she looked at a copy of her class picture. It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words, but one word got people talking about this picture. “I sat down. No one said anything to me,” said Sophia Thomas. Thomas was getting ready to be a part of her eighth grade class photo at Clermont Northeastern Middle School. After the picture was ordered, Thomas learned that a […]

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    Embattled DEA chief to resign, officials say

    WASHINGTON — It didn’t happen on 4/20 — marijuana’s high holy day — but expect Michele Leonhart to step down soon as administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. officials familiar with the matter say. Obama administration officials long ago soured on Leonhart, a career DEA agent who broke ground at the agency when she rose into leadership as the first woman to head a field office. In recent years, she has angered the administration for appearing to resist federal […]

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    Pope accepts resignation of Robert Finn, convicted U.S. bishop

    Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Bishop Robert Finn, who remained on the job for years after becoming the highest-ranking U.S. Catholic official convicted in the church’s long-running sex abuse scandal, the Vatican announced Tuesday. Finn, who led the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Missouri, was found guilty in 2012 of failure to report suspected child abuse. The case was tried by a judge instead of by jury because prosecutors wanted to protect the young victims’ anonymity. Finn was […]

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    Runner with muscular dystrophy finishes Boston Marathon in 20 hours

    About 20 hours after the Boston Marathon started Monday, many of the cheering crowds had dispersed and the streets were cleared. But that was when one man, despite the odds against him, crossed the finish line. Venezuelan native Maickel Melamed, who is battling muscular dystrophy, completed the 26.2 miles just before 5 a.m. Tuesday. A group of energized fans rallied for the 39-year-old as he walked down Boylston Street in the pouring rain with volunteers from his foundation, Vamos. He […]

  • Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is pictured in this photo provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Tsarnaev is accused of plotting and carrying out an attack using two pressure cooker bombs near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013. The attacks killed three people, wounded more than 260 and spurred a massive manhunt throughout the Boston area. Credit:	FBI Press Office

    Prosecutor: ‘Tsarnaev was and is unrepentant, uncaring and untouched’

    BOSTON — It’s not just that Dzhokhar “Jahar” Tsarnaev played a role in the deaths of four people and devastating injuries to scores more. It’s how he did it — in a way that each victim felt pain and terror, giving them time to suffer and shudder, but not to say goodbye. That was federal prosecutor Nadine Pellegrini’s argument on the first day in the sentencing phase for Tsarnaev, who less than two weeks ago was convicted on all 30 […]