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Rep. Tom Cole Weighs In On Bipartisan Health Plan

Friday, October 20th, 2017

A bipartisan health care deal was introduced in the Senate. While there’s a chance it could pass there, it faces a tougher time in the House. Rachel Martin talks to Rep. Tom Cole of Oklahoma.

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After Ikea Dresser Recall, Another Toddler Reportedly Died In Tip-Over

Friday, October 20th, 2017

Two recalled Ikea dressers are displayed during a Consumer Product Safety Commission news conference in 2016. Since the recall was announced, at least one more toddler has been crushed to death by a falling dresser.

Last June Ikea recalled millions of dressers over the risk of tip-over accidents. But the parents of Jozef Dudek, who was crushed by a Malm dresser this May, were not aware of the recall, lawyers say.

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The 30th Anniversary Of Black Monday: A Day That Made Wall Street Quake

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

A trader at the New York Stock Exchange reacts on Oct. 19, 1987, when the Dow Jones industrial average plunged more than 22 percent — the biggest single-day drop in history.

On Oct. 19, 1987, Wall Street had its single worst trading day ever. Even after three decades, Black Monday still marks the biggest one-day crash, and its impact continues to reverberate.

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Emoluments Hearing Hints At What May Be At Stake: Trump’s Tax Returns

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

A lawsuit against President Trump alleges he is violating the Foreign and Domestic Emoluments clauses of the Constitution. Plaintiffs

If a federal judge lets the plaintiffs proceed with their lawsuit against the president, the next step would give them access to some of his financial documents — perhaps including tax returns.

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Diabetes Technology Moves Closer To Making Life Easier For Patients

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

Pricking your fingers may someday be a thing of the past for diabetics as new technologies aim to make blood sugar regulation more convenient.

While the technology is moving rapidly, insurance, regulatory, and supply challenges make it harder for patients to quickly access the latest medical advances to manage their condition.

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