'Really An Amazing Moment': Former Army Officer On Trump And Security Clearances
President Trump revoked former CIA Director John Brennan's security clearance this week. Brennan has been a Trump critic. Now, retired Navy Adm. William McRaven is asking Trump to revoke his clearance, too.
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U.S. Sanctions Take Harsh Toll On Iran's Economy
U.S. sanctions on Iran are significantly impacting the country's economy, particularly ordinary Iranians who can't afford to buy goods as prices continue to rise.
Trying To Reunite Separated Families
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How 'Do Not Resuscitate' Is Open To Interpretation In Some Hospitals
In a hospital, Do Not Resuscitate means staff aren't supposed to give CPR if a patient's breathing or heart stops.
Human Waste Makes For Great Fertilizer, But Is It Safe?
Researchers at the Rich Earth Institute are working to determine whether urine works as an effective and safe fertilizer for farms and gardens.
Trump Orders SEC To Study 6-Month Reporting For Public Companies
President Trump says he has asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to study changes to company earnings reports.
Social Media Buzz: Catholics On Sexual Abuse; Remembering Aretha Franklin
Catholics are reacting online to the grand jury report this week revealing widespread sexual abuse of children by priests in Pennsylvania.
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