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A Guide to the ‘Right to Try' Debate

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The proposed law would make it easier for terminally ill patients to get access to experimental drugs.
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Congress OKs letting terminal patients try unapproved drugs

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Supporters of the measure argued that people had a right to try experimental procedures, while critics said giving people access to untested drugs was dangerous.
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Congress Approves Bill Giving Patients a ‘Right to Try' Experimental Drugs

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The House passed a bill that would, in effect, allow patients to bypass the Food and Drug Administration and obtain an “investigational drug.” The Senate approved the same bill in August.
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Congress Gives Dying Patients Easier Access to Unproven Drugs

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Terminally ill patients would get access to experimental drugs even without the FDA's permission under a measure approved by Congress.
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Congress OKs letting terminal patients try unapproved drugs

Congress OKs letting terminal patients try unapproved drugs

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The bill would help people with deadly diseases try experimental treatments.
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Supreme Court adopts new rules for cellphone tracking

Supreme Court adopts new rules for cellphone tracking

The Supreme Court has ruled that the government generally needs a warrant if it wants to track an individual's location through cell phone records over an extended period of time. Read more ...

Police need warrant for cell phone location data, SCOTUS rules

Police need warrant for cell phone location data, SCOTUS rules

The US Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a defendant challenging the government's use of his cellphone location information without a warrant. Read more ...

Mom, 7-year-old son separated at border are reunited

Mom, 7-year-old son separated at border are reunited

An immigrant mother and son were reunited in Maryland early Friday, a month after getting separated. Read more ...

Bourbon barrel storage facility collapses in Kentucky

Bourbon barrel storage facility collapses in Kentucky

A building collapse in Bardstown sent bourbon barrels crashing to the ground. Read more ...

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Shocking video shows priest slapping crying baby during baptism

Unbelievable. Read more ...

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Senators seek answers amid reports of migrant children being abused at Virginia facility

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Authorities seek information in Edgewood shooting

Authorities seek information in Edgewood shooting

Detectives are asking for information that will help them solve a shooting that injured a 56-year-old Edgewood man Thursday night. Read more ...

'I am confused and afraid:' School releases poem written by teen shot...

'I am confused and afraid:' School releases poem written by teen shot, killed by officer

Police have said the 17-year-old was unarmed and fleeing from a traffic stop when he was shot. Read more ...

Report: Police officer fired after traffic stop involving his daughter's...

Report: Police officer fired after traffic stop involving his daughter's boyfriend

When the boyfriend asks why he's been stopped, the officer replies: "Have a seat in my car. We'll make up as we go." Read more ...