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Health system discloses breach tied to online data tracker

CHICAGO — Personal health information of up to 3 million patients in Illinois and Wisconsin may have been exposed to…

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Fetterman’s doctor says he’s recovering well from May stroke

HARRISBURG, Pa. — John Fetterman, the Democratic nominee for Senate in Pennsylvania, released a doctor’s note Wednesday saying he is…

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Official: China mining more coal but increasing wind, solar

BEIJING — China plans to boost coal production through 2025 to avoid a repeat of last year’s power shortages, an…

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In France, fuel crisis frays nerves and workers’ resilience

VERSAILLES, France — Even close to midnight on a school night, the tipoff was too important to ignore: A nearby…

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Regulators approve U.S. Bank’s $8B purchase of Union Bank

NEW YORK — Key financial regulators on Friday approved U.S. Bank’s $8 billion acquisition of Japanese financial titan MUFG’s Union…

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Meta hits back in fight with FTC over VR company acquisition

WASHINGTON — Federal regulators and Facebook parent Meta are battling over Meta’s proposed acquisition of virtual-reality company Within Unlimited and…

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Telemedicine was made easy during COVID-19. Not any more

Telemedicine exploded in popularity after COVID-19 hit, but limits are returning for care delivered across state lines. That complicates follow-up…

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Vanderbilt to review gender-affirming surgeries for minors

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Officials at Vanderbilt University Medical Center announced Friday that they are pausing gender-affirming surgeries for minors in…

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Appeals court ruling allows Arizona abortions to restart

PHOENIX — Abortions can take place again in Arizona, at least for now, after an appeals court on Friday blocked…

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Official: Germans using too much gas to avoid energy crisis

BERLIN — Germans are using too much gas to avoid a potential energy “emergency” this winter, the head of Germany’s…

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