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  • For growing church, a new 'Journey' begins

    Just in time for Easter, more than 1,400 parishioners of the Journey Church will have services in their newly renovated $5 million, 15-acre church and campus on Military Trail west of Lake Worth. The church began with humble beginnings a decade ago...
  • Highland Park runners returning to Boston Marathon

    Highland Park runners returning to Boston Marathon
    News footage of the fateful day shows Volker Fischer coasting into the finish of the 2013 Boston Marathon, wearing black shirt and shorts, tall black socks and black sunglasses, bib number 19793. As the 61-year-old Highland Park resident crosses the...
  • China will turn bear farm into refuge

    China will turn bear farm into refuge
    In what's being described as a major victory against abusive animal practices in China, a government-owned company that's bred bears for traditional medicines has agreed to convert itself into a sanctuary. Animal welfare advocates hope the agreement,...
  • In win for advocates, China will turn bear farm into refuge

    BEIJING In what's being described as a major victory against abusive animal practices in China, a government-owned company that's bred bears for traditional medicines has agreed to convert itself into a sanctuary. Animal welfare advocates hope the...
  • Charles Farthing dies at 60; doctor at forefront of AIDS care

    Charles Farthing dies at 60; doctor at forefront of AIDS care
    Charles F. Farthing, a physician who was at the forefront of care for HIV/AIDS patients and who drew attention to the need for an AIDS vaccine by announcing his willingness to inject himself, has died. He was 60. Farthing, who collapsed in a Hong Kong...
  • Walgreen pressured to move headquarters to Europe

    Walgreen pressured to move headquarters to Europe
    In a twist on economic globalization less obvious than moving factories overseas, a small but growing number of corporations have relocated headquarters to Europe to escape the 35 percent tax on U.S. profits, the highest in the developing world. Aon...
  • If Walgreen Co. moves its HQ to Europe, blame Washington's tax failure

    If Walgreen Co. moves its HQ to Europe, blame Washington's tax failure
    The Walgreen Co. drugstore chain got its start nearly a century ago in downstate Dixon, Ill., before moving its corporate headquarters to Chicago and eventually to north suburban Deerfield. Next stop? Could be Bern, Switzerland. A group of...
  • Generics file response to Teva in Copaxone patent fight

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Generic drug manufacturers on Monday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to allow a lower court ruling favoring them to take effect while the high court considers an appeal in a patent fight over Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd's top-...
  • A doctor, an HIV diagnosis and a dog

     A doctor, an HIV diagnosis and a dog
    In late 2010, pediatrician Robert Garofalo's career was a juggernaut. Openly gay, he was a national authority on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender health issues, as well as pediatric gender identity. He was the director of an adolescent and young-...
  • Consumer Reports: Find, fix cause of your fatigue

    National survey results suggest that "utterly exhausted" may be America's new normal, Consumer Reports notes. In one survey, 37 percent of working adults admitted they'd felt fatigued in the previous two weeks. Letting fatigue drag on can mess with...
  • Lawyers start mining the Medicare data for clues to fraud

    (Reuters) - Within hours of the U.S. government's unprecedented release last week of a trove of Medicare billing data, a small fraternity of lawyers who specialize in representing whistleblowers in healthcare fraud cases began to mobilize. These...