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HIV Treatment Works, CDC Says

With the input of more than 100 people living with HIV, its new campaign has a clear message: If you're HIV positive, get treatment early and stick with it

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Vikings: 'We Made a Mistake'

Team owner Zygi Wilf said the Minnesota Vikings were wrong to allow Adrian Peterson back as he was being investigated for allegedly abusing his son

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Tom Hiddleston to Star in King Kong Spin-Off Skull Island

The English actor playing Hank Williams in I Saw the Light will star in Legendary’s big-budget King-Kong spin-off, which will explore the mysterious island that was the home of King Kong. Universal Pictures is set distribute the film on Nov. 4, 2016

Democratic Senators Discuss College Affordability

Student Debt Is Crushing the Economy, Warren Says

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, of Massachusetts, and personal finance expert Suze Orman teamed up Wednesday morning for a spirited, hour-long discussion about student loans, for-profit colleges and the staggering debt crisis facing tens of millions of Americans today

Pizza Hut Experiments With a 'Skinny Slice'

Pizza Hut is reportedly testing out "skinny slices" in two U.S. cities for those who are trying to cut calories, thanks to less dough and fewer toppings, without cutting their favorite foods; a non-skinny slice ranges from 180 to 470 calories

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Florida State Suspends Jameis Winston for Obscene Phrase

Quarterback Jameis Winston was suspended for the first half of Saturday's game against Clemson after allegedly shouting an obscene phrase on campus; head coach Jimbo Fisher said Winston's act was "not a good decision" and something that "has to be addressed"

"Fun Home " demonstration at College of Charleston

'Bechdel Test' Creator Wins MacArthur Prize

The MacArthur Foundation announced the 21 recipients of this year's fellowships, often called the “genius grant,” and among the honorees is cartoonist and graphic artist Alison Bechdel, known for her novels Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic and Are You My Mother?

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Turns Out New Yorkers Aren't America's Rudest Drivers

But they're close behind. A survey by Insure.com asked 2,000 drivers nationwide about driving habits and found that Idahoans complained of motorists who are either too slow or too aggressive; New Yorkers clocked in at No. 3 and Massachusetts closed out the Top 5

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Sony Thinks It Will Lose $2.14 Billion This Year

Sony expects its annual loss to swell to $2 billion and cited intense competition as a major factor, especially from Chinese rivals; the tech giant has canceled dividends for the first time in more than half a century after writing down the value of its troubled smartphone business

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Scottish Athletes Face Tough Choice in Referendum

Should Scotland opt out of the union, and they go with it, they risk losing out on the benefits of British funding, coaching and facilities. Even if they stay with Team Great Britain, they'll have a harder time earning the love of English and Welsh fans

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N.Y. Man Indicted on Charges of Helping ISIS

A 30-year-old man from Rochester has been charged with three counts of attempting to provide material support and resources to ISIS, one count of attempted murder of current and former members of the U.S. military, and three counts of weapons-related offenses