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This undated photo provided by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice shows Erick Davila. Attorneys for the Texas death row inmate want the U.S. Supreme Court to halt his scheduled execution this week for the shooting deaths of a 5-year-old girl and her grandmother during a birthday party 10 years ago outside a Fort Worth apartment. The former Fort Worth street gang member is set for lethal injection Wednesday, April 25, 2018. (Texas Department of Criminal Justice via AP)
Fort Worth gang member to die for killing girl, grandmotherA 31-year-old Texas inmate is set for execution for the fatal shootings of a 5-year-old girl and her grandmother who were celebrating another child's birthday at their Fort Worth apartment 10 years ago
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Racial disparities rise in school discipline, new data showsNew federal data show that black students continue to be expelled and suspended from school much more frequently than their white peers
The Associated Press32 minutes ago
US agency cracks down on Juul e-cigarette popular in schoolsThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration is cracking down on underage use of a popular e-cigarette brand after months of complaints from parents, politicians and school administrators
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CORRECTS LOCATION TO WHITEHOUSE, NOT SWANTON - This March 2017 photo provided by Heidi Bisbee shows Carly Kudzia, 7, with her mother, Heather Unsinger, in Whitehouse, Ohio. Carly participated in a study suggesting that the drug lonafarnib may extend life for children with progeria, a rare, incurable disease that causes rapid aging. Other kids "always think I'm a baby," Carly says. But "I'm a regular kid." (Heidi Bisbee via AP)
Kids with rare rapid-aging disease get hope from study drugChildren with a rare, incurable disease that causes rapid aging and early death may live longer if treated with an experimental drug first developed for cancer patients
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FILE - In this March 7, 2017, file photo, the CEO of a methadone clinic holds a 35 mg liquid dose of methadone in Rossville, Ga. The drug is the oldest and most effective of approved medications used to treat opioid addiction, but Medicare doesn’t cover it. (AP Photo/Kevin D. Liles, File)
Opioid treatment gap in Medicare: methadone clinicsOpioid overdoses killed 1,354 Americans ages 65 and older in 2016, but Medicare doesn't cover the oldest proven treatment for opioid addiction: methadone
The Associated Press2 hours ago
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