Babysitting grandkids may help prevent Alzheimer’s

EmbedShare The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say there was a 54.5% jump in Alzheimer's-related deaths over the span of 15 years. Veuer's Nicholas Cardona has the inside scoop. Buzz60(Photo: Getty Images)DALLAS — A study out of Australia shows that spending a moderate
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Are bachelorette parties too wild? Why tour buses banned the gals, but not the guys

EmbedShare NashTrash Tours, a bus tour and show, has banned bachelorette parties from their tours due to bad experiences. Ayrika Whitney/USA TODAY NETWORK - TennesseeBrenda Kay and Sheri Lynn (the Jugg sisters) outside the pink bus they use for their NashTrash tours while parked in the Nashv
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McCain, battling cancer, returns to Senate and casts critical health care vote

EmbedShare Senator John McCain thanked his fellow senators for their support after he was diagnosed with cancer, and says he plans to return after treating his illness. Sen. John McCain returns to the U.S. Senate, accompanied by his wife, Cindy, on July 25, 2017.(Photo: Win McNamee, Getty Im
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‘Big, big, big’: Trump tells paper Apple has plans for 3 U.S. plants

(Photo: Apple)SAN FRANCISCO — Apple plans to build “three big plants, beautiful plants" in the U.S., President Trump said in an interview Tuesday, claiming assurances he received from Apple CEO Tim Cook.“I spoke to (Cook), he’s promised me three big plants — big, big, big,” Trump told t
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On Russia sanctions, applaud Congress

A drawing in Moscow.(Photo: Mladen Antonov, AFP/Getty Images)As a rule, it's not always wise for Congress to insert itself directly into the process of foreign policy, an area more rightly reserved for the executive branch. New laws to impose sanctions against a country can be very difficult to rem
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Authorities make arrest in Switzerland chain saw attack

EmbedShare On Tuesday, Swiss police arrested a 50-year-old man, a day after he rushed into an insurance office, wielding a chainsaw and injuring two staff members. USA TODAYThese handout pictures released July 24, 2017, by Swiss police show a man police identified as Franz Wrousis, who was s
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‘Pope’ charged with stealing signs at Baltimore church

The photo provided by Baltimore Police Department Media Relations shows Anthony Pope. Police say two men have been arrested in connection with the theft of brass signs from a Baltimore Basilica.(Photo: Baltimore Police Department Media Relations via AP)A man with the last name "Pope" and one other w
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House passes Russia sanctions bill

EmbedShare The White House indicated Sunday President Trump would sign a sweeping Russia sanctions measure, which the House could take up this week, that requires him to get Congress' permission before lifting or easing the economic penalties against Moscow. TimeRussian President Vladim
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Trump wants to defang ethics oversight, former ethics chief Walter Shaub says

Former director of the United States Office of Government Ethics Walter Shaub(Photo: Mary Mathis, USA TODAY)WASHINGTON — The former director of the Office of Government Ethics on Tuesday accused the White House of moving to undercut tough enforcement of ethics laws by installing a friendly figure
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Could North Korea have intercontinental nuclear missiles next year?

EmbedShare The United Nations Security Council is considering more sanctions for North Korea after the country's intercontinental ballistic missile launch. Video provided by Newsy NewslookThis July 4, 2017, file photo distributed by the North Korean government shows the launch of a Hwa
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