44 Americans on cruise ship test positive for virus

Passengers on two cruise ships in Japan and Cambodia are posing logistical and public health challenges for governments as they try to contain the spread of the virus and repatriate citizens.

Trump’s quest to rewrite history of the Russia probe

President Trump is actively seeking to rewrite the narrative that had been meticulously documented by federal law enforcement and intelligence officials.

Bloomberg’s ascent in race has made him a leading target

Mike Bloomberg is skipping the first four contests but has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on advertising.
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He thought therapy was confidential. Now, a traumatized migrant may be deported.

The information sharing is part of a Trump administration strategy that is technically legal but which professional therapy associations say is a profound violation of patient confidentiality.

Many Americans say they want to die at home, but the burden on caregivers is a growing problem

For the first time since the early part of the 20th century, more Americans are dying at home than in the hospital or a nursing home.
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