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Martin Shkreli, former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals and KaloBios Pharmaceuticals Inc, departs after a hearing at U.S. Federal Court in Brooklyn, New York, June 26, 2017.

Shkreli loses mistrial bid and retaliates against reporters

Martin Shkreli’s criminal fraud trial jury hasn’t been selected yet and already the brash pharmaceutical executive is trying to get the case thrown out of court and lashing out at reporters.

An ICE agent visited a restaurant. About 30 employees quit the next day.

The co-owner of a dockside Baltimore restaurant has revealed that nearly his entire kitchen staff resigned after an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent demanded their papers in the latest example of the national debate over immigration.
A false-color view of total ozone over the Antarctic pole is seen in this NASA handout image released Oct. 24, 2012.

The ozone hole is healing, but a chemical could delay recovery by decades

If its concentrations keep growing, scientists say, it could delay the Antarctic ozone layer’s return to normal by up to 30 years.

Margaux Fragoso, author of searing memoir of childhood sexual abuse, dies at 38

Margaux Fragoso, the author of a controversial memoir that provided an intimate and often disturbing look at her 15-year involvement with a pedophile starting when she was 7, died June 23 at a hospital in Mandeville, Louisiana. She was 38.

Hinsdale man dies in water-related incident

A 28-year-old Hinsdale man has been identified as the victim of a water-related death in Guilford, Vt.

NH woman, 80, needs dozens of stitches after attacked by bobcat suspected of being rabid

“I kept thinking why? Why is it attacking me? It attacked me for no reason.”

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