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FILE - This July 31, 2014, file photo shows Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in her Supreme Court chambers in Washington. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has undergone a surgical procedure to place a stent in her right coronary artery. Court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg says the 81-year-old Ginsburg had the procedure Wednesday morning after a coronary blockage was discovered. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen, File)
Heart stent not expected to sideline GinsburgHeart stent not expected to sideline Ginsburg but revives speculation about a successor
The Associated Press2 hours ago
FILE - This Aug. 14, 2012, file photo shows President Barack Obama paying for his coffee and muffins at the Coffee Connection, Tuesday, in Knoxville, Iowa. There’s no free lunch, or breakfast or dinner, for the president on Thanksgiving day. Or any other day for that matter. He has to dig into his pocket to pay for the holiday feast of turkey, ham, two kinds of stuffing, sweet and regular potatoes, and six different kinds of pie. It’s a longstanding practice that presidents pay for meals for themselves, their families and personal guests. Obama also pays for other basics, everything from toothpaste to dry-cleaning. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)
Presidents pick up the check for their mealsWhether a holiday dinner or a breakfast burrito, presidents pick up the check for their meals
The Associated Press2 hours ago
Some in US illegally could get retirement benefitsImmigrants in US illegally but granted work permits could qualify for some retirement benefits
The Associated Press2 hours ago
Immigrants Social Security eligible in Obama planMany immigrants covered by Obama's actions would be eligible for Social Security, Medicare
The Associated Press8 hours ago
FILE - This handout file photo taken Sept. 2, 2014, provided by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) shows a 39-year-old woman, the first participant enrolled in VRC 207, receiving a dose of the investigational NIAID/GSK Ebola vaccine at the National Institute of Health (NIH) Clinical Center in Bethesda, Md.  The experimental Ebola vaccine appears safe and triggered signs of immune protection in the first 20 volunteers to test it, U.S. researchers reported Wednesday. The vaccine is designed to spur the immune system’s production of anti-Ebola antibodies, and people developed them within four weeks of getting the shots at the National Institutes of Health. Half of the test group received a higher-dose shot, and those people produced more antibodies, said the study published in the New England Journal of Medicine.  (AP Photo/NIAID, File)
Ebola vaccine seems safe in first-stage testingNIH study: Ebola vaccine safe in first 20 people studied, triggers promising immune response
The Associated Press8 hours ago

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