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Former President Jimmy Carter Suffers Broken Hip

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| The Carter Center said the former president was preparing to go turkey hunting when he fell in his home. It added that he is now "recovering comfortably" after undergoing surgery.

With Hurricane Season Approaching, Researchers Work To Better Predict Storm Intensity

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Florida's experience with Hurricane Michael shows how difficult it is to accurately forecast a hurricane's intensity. Forecasters say more accurate forecasts are coming soon.

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Free Gun Violence Prevention Course Launches To Educate Young Activists

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Researchers want new activists to lean on decades of public health research when engaging in work with policy makers and candidates seeking elective office.

In Trump, Hungary's Viktor Orban Has A Rare Ally In The Oval Office

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When the Hungarian prime minister meets with President Trump on Monday, it will mark a coming together of two leaders known for their nationalist worldviews and hardline immigration policies.

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World War II Veteran and Navajo Code Talker Fleming Begaye Sr. Dies At 97

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Begaye was one of hundreds of Navajos recruited to develop a miltary code based on their native language during World War II.

In Arizona, It's No Longer A Felony To Own Nunchucks

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A 1970s ban on nunchucks was lifted in Arizona on Friday. Nunchucks were taken off the state's list of deadly weapons, making it no longer a felony risk to carry them in public.

Lawyer Made Famous In O.J. Simpson Trial Steps Away From Nipsey Hussle Case

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Christopher Darden prosecuted O.J. Simpson. Until Friday, he had been defending the man accused of killing rapper Nipsey Hussle. Darden cited threats to his family adding: "Cowards never change."

6 Months After Paradise Burned, Trauma Endures For Kids And Adults

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Mental health specialists working in the area of the deadly Camp Fire are seeing a second wave of trauma from survivors. But counseling services are in short supply.

Former U.S. Diplomat Convicted Of Threatening Arab American Group

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A former U.S. diplomat, Patrick Syring, sent threatening emails to members of the Arab American Institute for more than a decade. On Thursday, he was found guilty of seven federal hate crime charges.

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