The abortion debate is at the center of U.S. political dialogue, but one important group’s voice is often absent in this heated debate: the women who choose abortion.
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In the wake of sexual assault and harassment allegations involving Brett Kavanaugh, Harvey Weinstein, Bill O'Reilly and others, Americans may be learning just how prevalent sexual violence is in our society. So, what can be done to prevent it?
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When it comes to disaster response, the same problem seems to occur over and over: Too much aid goes to some areas while other places with great need get too little help or none at all.
Labor Day marked the beginning of the decisive, final stretch of the U.S. political campaign season, when candidates prepare to debate one another by practicing their ad-libs or “zingers,” as they’re called, hoping to have the last word with voters. Here's a look at some of the best:
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The White House recently excluded a CNN reporter from an international trade announcement in apparent retaliation after she shouted unwelcome questions at President Donald Trump during an Oval Office appearance, but did it actually violate the Constitution?
The Trump administration plans to give American farmers and ranchers hurt by the current trade war US$12 billion in emergency relief to mitigate the impact of tariffs on their exports.
An recent investigation from a team of academic researchers found that hate crime totals for the 10 largest cities rose for four straight years to the highest level in a decade. Within these data are intriguing signs about the timing and direction of this bigotry.
Suicide rates in the U.S. have increased nearly 30 percent in less than 20 years, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported June 7. But why are the suicide rates increasing so fast?
A recent study suggests that, beyond emotion, two general learning mechanisms are also affected by early life stress – and these have the potential to explain long-term effects of childhood adversity.
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A judge has ruled a Butte teenager accused of stabbing another male teen several times outside the Butte Civic Center will be tried as an adult for attempted deliberate homicide.
Two East Helena men charged in the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol insurrection entered not guilty pleas Monday for an updated indictment in their case.
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