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Truvada has been approved for people who have been exposed to the virus but are not yet infected.
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A Towson teacher’s assignments: Take a stranger out to dinner. Commit deliberate acts of kindess for a week.
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Micah Edmond, a black Republican who converted to Judaism, hopes to fill Rep. James Moran’s seat.
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Javier Flores hoped for a reprieve from President Obama, but he was deported before it came.
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Can a business that pampers its employees be profitable? It works for Patagonia.
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It’s sweet. It should be a treat. And it could become a scourge as a nation tries to regulate what its increasingly plump citizens can eat.
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The cemetery invites neighbors to gather, learn, exervise and play (and walk their dogs, too).
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More than 57,000 workers were on paid leave for at least a month while waiting to be punished for misbehavior or cleared and allowed to return to work.
The rapidly rising number of federal investigations poses challenges for the Obama administration.
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