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EpiPen Maker Mylan Finalizes Its $465M Settlement With The Feds

Mylan was accused of misclassifying its EpiPen as a generic drug to pay less in rebates to Medicaid.


1:03USS Fitzgerald
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US Navy Announces Punishments For Crew On USS Fitzgerald

0:55At least 14 people are dead and more than 100 others are injured following two possible terror attacks in Spain.
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Police Arrest 4 In Connection With Spain Terror Attacks

0:48Police at seen of terror attack
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Several Attackers Killed In Shootout Related To Barcelona Attack

1:20Mar-a-lago resort
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Trump's Mar-A-Lago Club Is Having Trouble Keeping Fundraisers Booked

1:04KKK members protest in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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Internet Companies Are Teaming Up To Block White Nationalists

1:17Indian soldier
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Chinese And Indian Troops' Latest Border Clash Stems From A Big Issue

1:06Police respond to crash in Barcelona, Spain.

Van Plows Into Crowd In Barcelona; At Least 13 Dead, Over 50 Injured

1:03Australian Sen. Pauline Hanson
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An Australian Official Wore A Burqa In A Push For It To Be Banned

7:35Noor Tagouri sits with Taylor Smith, who is a former heroin user, and Smith's daughter
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What Heroin Addiction Is Really Like, As Told By A Former User

1:16South Korean President Moon Jae-in speaking
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South Korea's President Promises Citizens 'There Won't Be Another War'

0:52The aftermath of a gas attack in Syria
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Smart Fabric Could Act Like A Shield In A Gas Attack

0:45Malala Yousafzai
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Malala Yousafzai Is Heading To College

1:34Police arrest woman during pro immigration rally.
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Terrorism And Civil Unrest Make Some Cities In The US Less Livable

1:28Heather Heyer's informal memorial.
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Calls For Action Amid Tragedy At Va. Victim Heather Heyer's Memorial

1:40Statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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Why Confederate Monuments Exist In The First Place

6:53Steve Anderson describes Glimmer, a social app that aims to help people with disabilities find friends or love

An App Aims To Help People With Disabilities Find Friendship And Love

0:34U.S. Army UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter
U.S. Army

5 US Service Members Missing Near Hawaii After Helicopter Goes Down

1:01Roger B. Taney Monument in Maryland
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Baltimore's Confederate Monuments Were Torn Down Overnight

1:01Former President Barack Obama
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Obama's Tweet For Unity Becomes Most-Liked Of All Time

1:27Workers clean up shattered memorial
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2 Days After Charlottesville, Teenager Vandalizes Holocaust Memorial

1:20A person walks past Tiffany & Co.
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Tiffany & Co. Might Be Getting A Big Check From Costco

Nazi sympathizers give the Sieg Heil salute at a 1939 rally in Madison Square Garden in Manhattan.
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How Nazi Sympathizers Gained A Foothold In The US

1:07A U.S. airman.
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A Think Tank Says A Transgender Ban Could Cost The US Military $960M

0:51Hundreds of people are either dead or missing after a massive mudslide devastated Sierra Leone's capital.

Death Toll Rises, Hundreds Killed In Devastating Sierra Leone Mudslide

1:12An American military base in Guam.
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Kim Jong-Un Seems To Hit Pause On Sending Missiles Toward Guam

1:03President of the Islamic Republic of Iran Hassan Rouhani during a meeting.
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Iran Claims It Could Restart Its Nuclear Program 'Within Hours'

A man pours a glass of water at Handsome Her cafe in Australia.

Australian Cafe Charges Men Extra To Make A Point About Gender Pay Gap

1:12Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro
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Venezuelan President Uses Trump Threats To Galvanize His People

1:06Hospital in Sana'a, Yemen

As Many As Half A Million Yemenis May Have Cholera Amidst Civil War

1:07Donald Trump (left) and Joe Arpaio
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President Trump Says He Might Pardon Former Arizona Sheriff