Electronics-Maker Foxconn Plans Wisconsin Factory

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Morning News Brief: Health Care, Transgender Service Members, Foxconn, Charlie Gard

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Legal Dispute Threatens Future Of Fact-Checking Site Snopes

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U.K. Bans Gas And Diesel Cars Starting 2040: Electric Cars Are The Future

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Filling Labor Board Vacancies Opens Door To Unwinding Obama-era Policies

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Patient information can be vulnerable when health care facilities are the focus of cyberattacks. Eric Audras/Onoky/Getty Images hide caption

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Hospitals Face Growing Cybersecurity Threats

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Earlier this year, Frankfurt, Germany-based Deutsche Bank paid a $425 million fine for its involvement in a money-laundering scheme with Russian clients. Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Michael Kors Buys High-End Shoe Retailer Jimmy Choo For $1.2 Billion

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For the business to survive, Uber has to repair its relationship with drivers, which leaders at the company say is "broken." Liam James Doyle/NPR hide caption

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To Keep Drivers From Leaving, Uber Tries To Treat Them Better

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Hidden Brain: How Cigarette Taxes Affect Food Buying

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We Go To The Sheridan County Fair In Hoxie, Kansas

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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of California speaks in Berryville, Va., on Monday to unveil the Democrats' new agenda. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York is by her side. Cliff Owen/AP hide caption

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