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Hospitals have learned to manipulate medical codes — often resulting in mind-boggling bills.
Beirut is peaceful now, but political divisions still run deep — and people are still hesitant to look back on the civil war years of the 1970s and 1980s.
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At least two confirmed tornadoes touched down as strong winds knocked over trees, threw cars and left at least two children dead in Texas dead due to downed power lines.
Bill Baroni and Bridget Anne Kelly both received prison sentences for creating a four-day traffic jam in New Jersey that prosecutors called political revenge against a mayor who refused to endorse Christie for re-election.
GoPro video showed a motorcyclist lose control of his bike going over a cliff on the Angeles Crest Highway and survive with just a fractured shoulder.
Although some gains have been made over the years, women remain woefully underrepresented in leadership roles across the United States        
Theresa May is taking a lead from a frequently divorced former monarch in preparing the way for life after the Brexit break-up.
On Monday evening, Salem resident Corey Hancock was hiking the Santiam River Trail outside the city when he came across the 3-month-old cub about 2 miles down the trail, he told ABC News on Wednesday.
Witnesses in police report disagree on fault; police cited driver who was making left turn.        
Sens. Burr and Warner pledged to "get to the bottom" of the investigation.
In a TV season in which broadcast networks have expressed patience and an unwillingness to cancel, ABC has done the latter. The Disney-owned network has canceled Kevin Williamson's time travel drama Time After Time after five low-rated episodes.        
GOP leaders announced the new legislation would be debated and voted on Thursday.       
Elizabeth Rodriguez, the woman who allegedly drove three teenage boys to a home in Oklahoma where they were shot to death after attempting a home invasion robbery, told investigators that she left one of the burglars for dead, according to police.
The bus was carrying people from First Baptist Church in New Braunfels, Texas.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit President Trump in Palm Beach, Fla., next week, for talks that will reportedly center on economic and other issues.
A convicted spy worked at the sanctioned Russian bank.
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