FDA approves marketing for a contraception app for the 1st time
Aug12

FDA approves marketing for a contraception app for the 1st time

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the first time ever has green-lighted a birth control app to be marketed as a method of contraception.The app, Natural Cycles, calculates when a woman is most likely to be fertile…

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White House exploring legal options against Omarosa Manigault Newman for making secret recording in Situation Room
Aug12

White House exploring legal options against Omarosa Manigault Newman for making secret recording in Situation Room

Drew Angerer/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Omarosa Manigault Newman’s former White House colleagues are looking into legal options to stop her from releasing more tapes and to punish her for secretly recording her conversation with Chief of Staff Gen. Jo…

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Unite the Right rally supporters dwarfed by counter-protesters in DC on Charlottesville anniversary
Aug12

Unite the Right rally supporters dwarfed by counter-protesters in DC on Charlottesville anniversary

ABC News(WASHINGTON) — Thousands of people descended upon Washington, D.C., today for protests on the anniversary of the violent Charlottesville rally, but only a few dozen appeared to be in support of the Unite the Right protest.The build up ahead of…

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South Florida police union urges members to boycott Miami Dolphins, NFL
Aug12

South Florida police union urges members to boycott Miami Dolphins, NFL

Charles Trainor Jr./Miami Herald/TNS via Getty Images(MIAMI) — A South Florida police union is urging its members and the local law enforcement community to boycott the Miami Dolphins football team after some players protested the national anthem at a…

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Toxic red tide blooms are creeping up Florida’s west coast, killing marine life and irritating humans
Aug12

Toxic red tide blooms are creeping up Florida’s west coast, killing marine life and irritating humans

ABC News(TALLAHASSEE, Fla.) — A toxic algae bloom is creeping up the west coast of the Sunshine State, killing wildlife and keeping residents and tourists away from the acclaimed beaches along the Gulf of Mexico.Higher than normal concentrations of Ka…

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