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10,000 Pack Arena to See Terminally Ill Coed Achieve Her Dream

College basketball player Lauren Hill makes the most of the time she has left.

10,000 Pack Arena to Terminally Ill Coed Achieve Her Dream

College basketball player Lauren Hill makes the most of the time she has left.
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Daryl Hannah, Hayden Panettiere, Other Celebs Demand Fracking Ban

Movie and TV stars condemn natural gas drilling, recycle misleading claims.
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NBCNews.com Hypes Danger of Moderate Drinking

Promotes study linking alcohol to cancer deaths, but ignores critics of the science.
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CBS Evening News Mentions Anti-Romney Cancer Ad, Fails to ID Producer as Obama Super PAC

Wednesday's CBS Evening News finally mentioned the controversial ad -- produced by an Obama super PAC -- which blames Mitt Romney for former steel worker Joe Soptic's wife dying of cancer, as ...
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ABC, NBC Press Axelrod on Anti-Romney Cancer Ad as CBS Skips

As she subsitute hosted CBS's Face the Nation on Sunday, Nancy Cordes managed to avoid bringing up the controversial Obama super PAC ad that blames Mitt Romney for the death of a man's wife, even ...

CNN Spreads Cell Phone Alarmism, Calls WHO Review 'Rather Conclusive'

While other outlets urged caution about report, CNN anchor prepares to change her behavior.

From Congo to Cancer, Cell Phones Are Killing Machines, Sunday Columnists Argue

"Death By Gadget." Times columnists Nicholas Kristof and Maureen Dowd embrace different variations of cell phone fear.

Another NYT Nudge Toward End-of-Life Health Care Rationing?

Andrew Pollack greets a new tumor-shrinking drug with concerns about costs, as if cancer-fighting drugs come cheap: "A newly approved chemotherapy drug will cost about $30,000 a month, a sign that ...

CNN's Sanchez Blasts America First, Asks Questions Later in Chevron/Ecuador Dispute

Features left-wing eco-activist Kerry Kennedy's attack on oil giant; postpones Chevron defense until after commercial break.
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