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Here are a few ways for patients and their doctors to address the disorder, ranging from most to least widely used.
The new tax law removes the ability to deduct interest paid on home equity loans. Will schools ask less of families, and should parents even use the loans to pay for school?
The best trick to increase productivity is both the simplest one and one of the most difficult to master: just getting started.
The country had just eight polio cases last year. The murder of a 38-year-old woman and her 16-year-old daughter won’t derail vaccinations, a leader says.
Couples that figure out how to rebuild after infidelity, rather than divorcing, often end up with stronger relationships, experts say.
The pioneer of South African jazz came to the forefront of the country’s music in the 1950s as a member of the Jazz Epistles, gaining international fame after moving to the United States in 1960.
The collapse of Carillion, a company with hundreds of government contracts, may be the canary in the privatization gold mine.
Voters are getting tired of the chancellor’s opaque, uninspiring political style.
The Mount Kusatsu-Shirane eruption set off avalanches and hurled rocks and debris into a gondola and people on the slopes.
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With a promise that lawmakers would soon take up immigration, Congress approved a short-term spending bill to reopen the government after a brief but heated shutdown.
Two dozen centrist senators from both parties banded together to push their leaders to a deal to reopen the government. Now comes the hard part.
Senate Democrats believe they are limiting damage from a political miscalculation by surrendering, but in doing so they are drawing a fierce backlash from the left.
Liberal and immigration activists said Democrats betrayed young undocumented immigrants by reopening the government after only three days of a shutdown.
Federal workers across the country fumed at both political parties. And uncertainties remained.
The State Supreme Court’s order on Monday joins a string of court decisions striking down political maps for unduly favoring one party. The court ordered that a new map be submitted to it by Feb. 15.
Although Democrats will probably pick up a few additional seats in this year’s election, the development is less helpful for them than it might at first appear.
Companies are announcing bonuses as a result of the tax cuts but it remains to be seen how much of that money will filter through to workers in the years to come.
Turkish forces continued their attack on the Kurds, America’s closest ally in the war on Islamic State, with the apparent blessing of Moscow.