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Study: More American women are using marijuana while pregnant

1 month ago   |   By WESH

While the health effects of marijuana on a fetus have not yet been established, they could include developmental problems and low birth weight, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Marijuana use doubles in U.S. pregnant women to 1 in 14, study shows

Marijuana use doubles in U.S. pregnant women to 1 in 14, study shows

1 month ago   |   By ABC

Government research shows pot use during pregnancy has doubled among U.S. women, most common during first trimester.
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South Korea claims ‘warning shots' fired after Russian military aircraft...

South Korea claims ‘warning shots' fired after Russian military aircraft ‘violated airspace'

The Republic of Korea's Air Force fired warning shots after Russian military aircraft allegedly violated the country's airspace twice on Tuesday, Yonhap news agency reports... Read more ...

Police: 3 dogs die after being left in hot car in Rhode Island

Police: 3 dogs die after being left in hot car in Rhode Island

A dog owner faces charges after she allegedly left the animals in a car. Read more ...

Parents of 18-month-old who fell to her death from cruise ship describe...

Parents of 18-month-old who fell to her death from cruise ship describe 'unfathomable' grief

"And I just kept saying, 'Take me to my baby. Where's my baby?' I didn't even notice a window. I ran over there, and I looked over, and it wasn't water down there, it was... Read more ...

Pence canceled NH trip partly due to investigation into drug dealer

Pence canceled NH trip partly due to investigation into drug dealer

A federal drug investigation of a person who worked at Granite Recovery Centers was at least part of the reason Vice President Mike Pence abruptly canceled his visit to New... Read more ...

White Sox go step further to protect fans from getting hit

White Sox go step further to protect fans from getting hit

CHICAGO - The Chicago White Sox have become the first team in the major leagues to extend protective netting from foul pole to foul pole, starting Monday night against the... Read more ...

South Korea fires warning shots after Russia violates airspace

South Korea fires warning shots after Russia violates airspace

Russian military planes violated South Korean airspace for the first time ever on Tuesday, prompting the country to scramble fighter jets - and reportedly fire warning shots... Read more ...

Equifax to pay up to $700 million for exposing 150 million Americans'...

Equifax to pay up to $700 million for exposing 150 million Americans' personal data

The Federal Trade Commission announced Monday that Equifax will pay at least $300 million and as much as $425 million to compensate affected people with credit monitoring services. Read more ...

Scientists discovered a new species of tiny sharks that glow in the dark

Scientists discovered a new species of tiny sharks that glow in the dark

The 5 1/2-inch American pocket shark is the first of its kind to be discovered in the Gulf of Mexico. Read more ...

Mexico sets new record for most murders in first half of year

Mexico sets new record for most murders in first half of year

Mexico set a new murder record in the first half of 2019 - as 17,608 people were killed in the country plagued by cartel and gang violence. The alarming number represents a... Read more ...

NASA's legendary flight director Christopher Kraft dies aged 95

NASA's legendary flight director Christopher Kraft dies aged 95

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