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Even patients with insurance may not be able to afford medications they need.
In first interview of 2016 campaign, she says gender is one reason people should vote for her.
Civil rights leader also makes surprise visit to Juneteenth festival.
Scientists lost connection with the solar-powered lander in November.
Officials: Quick action saved lives of two youths maimed in separate attacks.
A special adoption and a kind waitress are among the week's uplifting stories.
Study tests a drug — one used to control diabetes — to see whether it may prevent disease.
Various education interests have spent at least $124 million since 2006.
At issue is how Hong Kongers would choose their top leader, who's currently hand-picked by a panel of Beijing-friendly elites.
Church leader Warren Jeffs fled authorities in the 2007 Escalade.
The target of the airstrikes was behind a 2013 attack in Algeria that killed 38 hostages.
Clinton offered Obama advice during the first public rally of her presidential campaign.
Police say a wedding guest's gun discharged and the bullet hit the floor.
Deng Manyoun, 35, was shot outside a smoke shop after swinging a flagpole at an officer.
All performers are younger than 30 — some still in high school — and at various stages in their careers.
Heavy rainfall turned a small stream into a "raging river."
For first time in five years, no laws targeting abortion enacted.
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Rachel Dolezal was originally scheduled to address questions about her ethnic identity.
Former Florida governor is expected to formally declare his presidential candidacy in June.