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  • Error kept names of 1,100 banned gun buyers in Orange out of database

    Error kept names of 1,100 banned gun buyers in Orange out of database
    For nearly two years, the names of 1,100 severely mentally ill people in Orange County, prohibited by law from buying guns, sat in court files in the Orange County Clerk of Courts Office but were not forwarded to a state and federal registry, meaning...
  • Apple's medical research app raises hopes, questions

    Apple's medical research app raises hopes, questions
    A new toolkit announced by Apple on Monday would allow medical researchers to tap into an expanding universe of iPhone users to recruit and enroll study participants, collect data and monitor health outcomes that are the object of research. Apple on...
  • Dismissed Duke basketball player Rasheed Sulaimon accused of sexual assault, report states

    Two allegations of sexual assault were made publicly against former Duke men's basketball player Rasheed Sulaimon during the 2013-14 school year, the student newspaper at Duke reported Monday. According to The Chronicle, no official complaints were filed...
  • Duke's Krzyzewski has no comment on Sulaimon allegations

    Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski repeatedly refused to comment on reports of sexual misconduct by former player Rasheed Sulaimon on Monday. When asked on the ACC Teleconference if he was aware of the allegations against Sulaimon, Krzyzewski said, "I...
  • A flurry of briefs as Supreme Court's same-sex marriage case looms

    WASHINGTON Many friends descended upon the Supreme Court Friday, some more welcome than others. In a concerted show of force, same-sex marriage supporters delivered more than 70 amicus curiae briefs urging the court to find that the Constitution...
  • Bruce Rauner turns to high-priced consultant for budget plan

    Bruce Rauner turns to high-priced consultant for budget plan
    When Gov. Bruce Rauner set out to craft the budget he'll propose Wednesday, he turned to a $30,000-a-month consultant with a history of helping Republican governors and a devotion to the supply-side economic theories popularized by Ronald Reagan. From...
  • Head of UCLA hospitals takes healthcare executive post in Pennsylvania

    Head of UCLA hospitals takes healthcare executive post in Pennsylvania
    The head of the UCLA Health System, who has been confronting public concerns related to a bacterial outbreak at one of its hospitals, is leaving for a high-profile job in Pennsylvania. Dr. David Feinberg will become chief executive of the Geisinger...
  • Luke DeCock: Duke basketball's senior night interrupted by questions about Rasheed Sulaimon

    Whatever did or didn't happen with Rasheed Sulaimon, whatever he knew or didn't know, Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski still isn't talking about it. "I really don't have any answers more for those questions," Krzyzewski said after Wednesday's 94-51 win against...
  • Karaoke smackdown: Battier vs. Bryant

    Karaoke smackdown: Battier vs. Bryant
    For the first time in Battioke history, party host Shane Battier is out to win the celebrity-strewn charity karaoke event March 3 at the Fillmore Miami Beach. This time, Battier says, it's personal. Are you listening, Kobe? Asked for the No. 1 smack-...
  • Erik Spoelstra as Michael Jackson (no, really) at Battioke

    Erik Spoelstra as Michael Jackson (no, really) at Battioke
    Yes, that was Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra as (sort-of) Michael Jackson during Tuesday night's South Beach Battioke fundraiser at the Fillmore theatre in Miami Beach. And yes, that was Spoelstra alongside girlfriend Nikki Sapp making his (and her)...
  • New FDA official inherits raft of projects, challenges

    One of the nation's leading medical researchers joined the Food and Drug Administration on Monday, taking on the agency's No. 2 leadership job at a critical juncture for prescription drugs, medical devices and tobacco products. Dr. Robert Califf comes to...