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Freezing is usually considered a way to make raw fish safer. But a recent outbreak of Salmonella in frozen, raw tuna used in sushi across the U.S. highlights the limits of the food-safety technique.
Sep. 2, 2015
The Maryland Democrat became the crucial 34th vote needed to sustain President Obama's expected veto should Congress pass a measure to block the agreement.
Sep. 2, 2015
Six police officers are charged in the arrest and death of Gray, who died of injuries suffered while in custody. A judge is considering a motion to dismiss the case.
Sep. 2, 2015
Hungarian authorities stopped the migrants, including refugees from Syria and Iraq, from boarding trains bound for Western Europe. The station has become the latest flashpoint in the migrant crisis.
Sep. 2, 2015
Hospital admissions caused by bike injuries have more than doubled in the past 15 years across the country. One doctor thinks the "Lance Armstrong effect" could be a reason for the jump.
Sep. 2, 2015
This year, the extra-point line of scrimmage has been moved back to the 15-yard line. Will that make any demonstrable difference in lowering the conversion rate?
Sep. 2, 2015
When Congress votes on the deal this month, it will be considered under rules that favor the president, even if his opponents gain a majority.
Sep. 2, 2015
"I have no legal authority to relieve her of her statutory duty by executive order or to remove her from office," Gov. Steve Beshear says of Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis.
Sep. 1, 2015
The Madison Police Department officer is charged with violating the civil rights of Sureshbhai Patel, who was slammed into the ground face-first after not responding to English-language commands.
Sep. 1, 2015
More than a month after his second trial on murder charges ended in a mistrial, former Eutawville, S.C., police chief Richard Combs agreed to plead guilty to misconduct in office Tuesday.
Sep. 1, 2015
Fiorina had been fighting CNN's September debate criteria. Now, she might get her way and make it into the network's main debate.
Sep. 1, 2015
The Dow Jones index is now down nearly 10 percent in 2015, after falling 469 points Tuesday to close at 16,058.
Sep. 1, 2015
The idea that everyone makes automatic, subconscious associations about people is not new. But now some companies are trying to reduce the impact of such biases in the workplace.
Sep. 1, 2015
About 3 million people in Texas don't have a mental health provider in their county. A new loan repayment program may not be enough to lure them to the state's rural areas.
Sep. 1, 2015
Belgian designer Olivier Debie first complained about the logo soon after it was unveiled in July, saying it was too similar to one he created for a theater in 2011.
Sep. 1, 2015
A new exhibit about FIFA's recent corruption is on display at the Las Vegas museum of contemporary organized crime.
Sep. 1, 2015
The aquaculture project would be the same size as New York's Central Park and produce 11 million pounds of yellowtail and seabass each year. But some people see it as an aquatic "factory farm."
Sep. 1, 2015
Under a new settlement, state authorities will only send inmates to isolation if they commit new and serious crimes in prison, like murders or violent assaults. The move could have wide effects.
Sep. 1, 2015
Newly released pictures of President Vladimir Putin show him working out at a gym and grilling steaks with his prime minister. It may be part of a government effort to boost Putin's approval ratings.
Sep. 1, 2015
A Fox Lake County police officer was killed this morning in a suburb north of Chicago. Local and federal officers are searching for the suspected killers.
Sep. 1, 2015

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