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As someone who sued to get her dying daughter a controversial adult lung transplant last summer, Janet Murnaghan said she had learned to be OK with her critics. That is, until a Facebook page was set up to question the ethics of Sarah Murnaghan’s transplant, slamming the lawsuit for being unfair to other patients and criticizing the family’s care of 11-year-old Sarah.
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EU's 28 leaders to decide on sanctions against Russia over Ukraine conflict
Public inquiry into police undercover work ordered in Britain after corruption allegation
US productivity slowed to a 1.8 percent growth rate in 4Q while labor costs fell slightly
Kroger's profit beats Wall Street expectations as sales figure climbs
Weekly applications for US unemployment benefits decline to 323,000, lowest level in 3 months
Massachusetts lawmakers are expected to update state law after their highest court ruled Wednesday that a man who took cellphone photos up the skirts of women riding the Boston subway did not violate state law because the women were neither nude nor partially nude.
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Leto the latest star to stash his Oscar someplace unusual.
State inspector G. Douglas Bevelacqua cited censorship in his resignation letter.
The Conservative Political Action Conference is where GOP stars can be born.
A man who helped pull three children from a sinking minivan said he tried to stop the mother from driving the vehicle in the into rough surf on a Florida beach, but she suddenly veered away and plowed into the water.
Protesters, riot police scuffle during ban on demonstrations for German president visit
European Ryder Cup captain McGinley picks Sam Torrance, Des Smyth as 2 of his vice captains