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Drugs used in lethal injections come under scrutiny

Traditional lethal injection drugs are being replaced with others manufactured in the U.S.

Drugs used in lethal injections come under scrutiny

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Echoes from Marian Anderson’s defiant performance

Marian Anderson’s inspiring performance in the face of intolerance echoes 75 years later

Echoes from Marian Anderson’s defiant performance

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Evaluating vast payout disparity among Medicare doctors

Medicare data raises fresh questions about concentrated payout for few doctors

Evaluating vast payout disparity among Medicare doctors

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How significant is security bug Heartbleed?

Security bug Heartbleed could have provided key that unlocks personal online data

How significant is security bug Heartbleed?

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'Long way to go' in reform of Bangladesh's garment industry

Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro returns to Bangladesh to report.

'Long way to go' in reform of Bangladesh's garment industry

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Vets race to rescue cheetah cubs from their mother

On Christmas Day, zookeepers raced to rescue cheetah cubs

Vets race to rescue cheetah cubs from their mother

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Why this bear had to be taken from its mother

Zookeepers at the Smithsonian's National Zoo are now mom to this sloth bear cub.

Why this bear had to be taken from its mother

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Without funds to pay fines, minor incidents can mean jail

Are indigent people being sent to prison for unpaid fines?

Without funds to pay fines, minor incidents can mean jail

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