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FDA Approves New Diet Pill That's Made Of Old Medicines

Contrave will be available in pharmacies this fall. But the companies working on the drug's marketing won't say how much it will cost.

Some Things You Can Do In Your Sleep, Literally

For those who think there are not enough hours in the day, researchers may have just offered you a solution. The brain can continue tasks even while asleep, a study finds. Texting not included, alas.

Teaching 9/11 To A High School Class Who Doesn't Remember

As the nation remembers the September 11th terrorist attacks, many students were learning about the attacks Thursday during class. Chris Cato is a teacher at Grovetown High School in Columbia County, and he talked to his students about the events leading up to 9/11. On that day, 13 years ago Cato was working as a customer service representative for Delta Airlines. He says his students asked him how the attack affected him.

Richard Kiel, Actor Who Played Jaws In Bond Films, Dies At 74

Kiel delighted moviegoers with his quiet menace and his metal teeth in the role of Jaws, the Bond villain henchman who not only survived his encounters with 007, but also lived happily ever after.

Can The U.S. Military Turn The Tide In The Ebola Outbreak?

Some say our military has a big role to play in bringing Ebola under control. But sending in troops is trickier than it sounds.

Boehner: House GOP 'Ready To Work With The President'

The House speaker said Congress "ought to give the president what he's asking for" but also expressed skepticism, saying the White House plan to defeat Islamic State militants doesn't go far enough.

Child Migrants Settle Uneasily In The Big Easy

U.S. immigration officials have allowed tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors from Central America to join family members or other guardians in the U.S. Nearly 1,000 are in New Orleans, for now.

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