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  • Stocks pull back from record highs

    Stocks pull back from record highs as the drama builds in Washington.

  • Ex-doctor's victims recount sex abuse as young gymnasts

    Nearly 100 victims are expected to address the court during the four-day sentencing hearing for 54-year-old Larry Nassar. "I testified to let the world know that you are a repulsive liar and those 'treatments' were pathetically veiled sexual abuse," victim Kyle Stephens said to Nassar, who often bowed his head and closed his eyes or looked away as she and others spoke. Stephens, the first victim to speak, said Nassar repeatedly abused her from age 6 until age 12 during family visits to his home in Holt, near Lansing.

  • What about the memory test Trump aced? It's not for everyone

    For all their apparent simplicity, 10-minute quizzes like the Montreal Cognitive Assessment offer doctors a snapshot of someone's memory and certain other neurologic functions, one piece of information to help determine if trouble's brewing. "The value of screening without a complaint has not been established," cautioned Dr. David Knopman, a Mayo Clinic neurologist who chairs the Alzheimer's Association's medical and scientific advisory council. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment - MoCa for short - is one of a list of similar tests that all aim to tap into specific functions.

  • Royal photographer reveals what it’s like to shoot Prince George, the Queen and ‘big hugger’ Prince Harry

    Say cheese! The British Royal Family is captured day in and day out by photographers and royal watchers alike, and each member has their own set of strengths and challenges where capturing a striking photo is concerned. While royal photographer Chris Jackson has been there for many major moments, he recently revealed to Huffpost UK that it’s not the easiest job. The 38-year-old - who is happily married to Duchess Kate’s stylist Natasha Archer - opened up about the job: “She’s not always smiling.

  • 'Snow car' prank leaves Montreal police red-faced but amused

    'Snow car' prank leaves Montreal police red-faced but amused

  • Former Montana lawmaker gets 18 years for drug trafficking

    A former leader of the Montana House of Representatives who once supported funding for an anti-drug campaign was sentenced to 18 years in prison Thursday for his central role in a methamphetamine trafficking ring. Michael Lange, the Republican House majority leader during the 2007 Legislature, arranged deliveries of at least 20 and possibly up to 50 pounds (nine and possibly up to 23 kilograms) of meth from a source in California over a seven-month period in 2016, prosecutors said. It was sold through a network of approximately 15 to 20 dealers in Montana and Wyoming, according to federal prosecutors and an FBI drug task-force officer.