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Google Cutting 4,000 Jobs At Motorola; 1,300 Of Them Are In U.S.

Google is eliminating about 20 percent of the jobs at Motorola Mobility, the struggling cellphone manufacturer it finished acquiring earlier […]

Oklahoma, already short doctors, could see a big increase in demand in 2014

The health care law could add strain to the system, but doctors say there’s still a chance to get things under control.

Got Heartburn? Maybe You Should Rethink Your Drink

Many of us experience heartburn, or reflux, from time to time — and when we do, we’re quick to point […]

Not Milk! Too Much Calcium Does The Body Bad, Researchers Say

When it comes to a healthy diet — especially for women, and especially after menopause — nutritionists, doctors, everybody it […]

Sleuthing Through The Shadows In Sunny Honolulu

Honolulu, on the lush, green island of Oahu, is paradise for surfers and sunbathers — but author Victoria Nalani Kneubuhl […]

Summer Science: What’s A Meteor Shower?

NPR science correspondent Joe Palca is on a mission this summer to answer the deep, burning questions of summertime. So […]

Poland Watches Warily As Euro Crisis Spreads

One factor that has kept Poland somewhat insulated from the eurozone crisis is domestic consumer spending. Poland had more than […]

Medicaid Fight Reinvigorated With Political Light On Health Care

The addition of Rep. Paul Ryan to the GOP ticket is certain to elevate health care as a campaign issue […]

Ryan Brings The Love To Romney’s Campaign

Since Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., came on the scene Saturday, Mitt Romney’s rallies have felt different. The crowds are bigger. […]

Hard Lessons At the Olympics, Like The Metric System

Olympic winners like gold medalist Claressa Shields have said the games were a learning experience, but what were they learning? […]

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