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Special Report: Civil rights icon defied death. Now he and his wife navigate pandemic, protests

17 Jul 2020

JACKSON, Mississippi Judy Meredith isn't always sure where her husband goes when he walks out into the Mississippi morning.

Special Report: Meet the masters of social distancing - Couple live alone in wilderness for decades

05 Jun 2020

SOMEWHERE NEAR RESERVE, New Mexico To leave society behind was a wedding vow Wendell and Mariann spoke only to each other. It was a solemn one, though, and to save for it Mariann spent only $66 on her bridal gown. Once they were married on that winter day 35 years ago, they just started driving. | Video

Howard and Lois, reunited: Elderly couple separated by virus finally meet again

06 May 2020

NEW PALTZ, New York For 56 days, the coronavirus pandemic kept Howard Smith apart from Lois Kittson, his wife of half a century. Their separation ended this week with a short but stirring reunion – at a safe distance – outside her nursing home in upstate New York.

Insight: Inside one family's coronavirus nightmare at Seattle-area nursing home

16 Mar 2020

Lori Spencer had an uneasy feeling after dropping her 81-year-old mother off at the Life Care Center nursing home in Kirkland, Washington on Feb. 26. She felt even worse the next day, when her mother, Judie Shape, threw an uncharacteristic tantrum - begging to leave the facility.

Exclusive: SmileDirectClub’s top dentist risks losing license in California crackdown

19 Feb 2020

NEW YORK The top dentist and public face of SmileDirectClub is at risk of losing his California license following a two-year state dental board investigation, records reviewed by Reuters show.

EXCLUSIVE-SmileDirectClub’s top dentist risks losing license in California crackdown

19 Feb 2020

NEW YORK, Feb 19 The top dentist and public face of SmileDirectClub is at risk of losing his California license following a two-year state dental board investigation, records reviewed by Reuters show.

U.S. Congress approves sweeping military housing overhaul

17 Dec 2019

The U.S. Congress on Tuesday approved the largest overhaul to the American military’s housing program in more than two decades, vowing to end slum-like living conditions and hold private landlords and defense officials accountable for them.

U.S. Army vows more funds, measures to fix housing hazards

10 Oct 2019

Pledging to overcome a housing crisis on its installations, the U.S. Army is outlining new steps it is taking to provide better housing for families of service members while demanding accountability from private landlords and Army commanders.

U.S. Army vows more funds, measures to fix housing hazards

09 Oct 2019

Oct 9 Pledging to overcome a housing crisis on its installations, the U.S. Army is outlining new steps it is taking to provide better housing for families of service members while demanding accountability from private landlords and Army commanders.

Exclusive: Falwell blasted Liberty student as 'retarded,' police chief as 'half-wit' in emails

12 Sep 2019

WASHINGTON In emails to his colleagues over the years, Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr has denigrated students and staff at the Christian university he runs, referring to one student as “emotionally imbalanced and physically retarded” and calling the school’s police chief a “half-wit.”

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