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FILE - In this March 2, 2011, file photo, a clerk holds an electronic cigarette and the filter end that holds the liquid nicotine solution at an E-Smokes store in Aurora, Colo. Increasingly popular e-cigarettes and cigar varieties could be exempt from some government safety regulations if House Republicans have their way. It's a move that alarms Democrats and public health advocates who argue that it could lead to unsafe products. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski, File)
House bill would curb regulation of e-cigarettes, cigarsIncreasingly popular e-cigarettes and cigar varieties could be exempt from some government safety regulations if House Republicans have their way
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FILE - In this Nov. 6, 2012 file photo, Ann Kirkpatrick,  waves as she enters a room full of supporters during an election night in Flagstaff, Ariz. If 2016 has been the Year of Trump in politics, it may also end up being a new Year of the Woman, if Democrats get their way. And that won’t be a coincidence. “I’ll tell you as a professional woman, too many women have had to fight Donald Trump’s type of sexism and offensive rhetoric their entire lives,” said Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, who is challenging Republican Sen. John McCain and released an early ad in February tying the incumbent to Trump. (AP Photo/Ralph Freso, File)
Senate Dems field large roster of women in the Year of TrumpDemocrats fielding large roster of female Senate candidates likely to share ticket with Clinton
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FILE - In this May 2, 2016 file photo, Dr. Christopher Beckett, CEO of Williamson Health and Wellness Center, left, tours an exam room of the facility with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Williamson, W. Va. With the Obama administration counting down its final year, many Democrats are finding less to like about the president’s health care law, unsure about its place among their party’s achievements. Sen. Bernie Sanders’ call for “Medicare for all” seems to have rekindled aspirations for bigger changes beyond “Obamacare.” That poses a challenge for Clinton, who’s argued that the health care law is working and the nation needs to build on it, not start over. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)
Fired up by Sanders, Democrats shift left on health carePolls show many Democrats are finding less to like about the president's health care law
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'Jungle Book,' Warner Bros. big winners at trailer awardsWhile Disney's "The Jungle Book" continues to dominate the box office, the team responsible for getting the word out also stood out from the pack at the Golden Trailer Awards
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The entrance to the building housing the office of Dr. Howard Kornfeld appears, Wednesday, May 4, 2016, in Mill Valley, Calif. Minneapolis attorney William Mauzy, who represents Kornfeld, said Wednesday that singer Prince had arranged an initial meeting with him the day before he died. Mauzy said Kornfeld had never met or spoken to Prince before the singer's representatives reached out to him on April 20. Mauzy said Kornfeld wasn't able to travel immediately to Minnesota, so arranged for his son Andrew to go instead. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
Doctor called to help Prince is a longtime pain specialistThe Northern California doctor who was asked to help Prince before his death is an addiction and pain specialist who has championed the use of a semi-synthetic opiate to treat pain
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The entrance to the building housing the office of Dr. Howard Kornfeld appears, Wednesday, May 4, 2016, in Mill Valley, Calif. Minneapolis attorney William Mauzy, who represents Kornfeld, said Wednesday that singer Prince had arranged an initial meeting with him the day before he died. Mauzy said Kornfeld had never met or spoken to Prince before the singer's representatives reached out to him on April 20. Mauzy said Kornfeld wasn't able to travel immediately to Minnesota, so arranged for his son Andrew to go instead. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
Doctor called to help Prince is a longtime pain specialistThe Northern California doctor who was asked to help Prince before his death is an addiction and pain specialist who has championed the use of a semi-synthetic opiate to treat pain
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Attorney William Mauzy is interviewed as he arrives at his Minneapolis office Wednesday, May 4, 2016. A published report says Prince's representatives arranged for the musician to meet a California doctor to help him kick an addiction to painkillers shortly before his death. Mauzy represents California Dr. Howard Kornfeld who couldn't immediately meet Prince so he sent his son Andrew to discuss treatment. The pop rock singer died on April 21 at the age of 57. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)
Attorney: Prince arranged to meet addiction doctorA Minneapolis lawyer says the day before Prince died, his representatives reached out to a California doctor who specializes in addiction treatment to arrange a meeting
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FILE- In this Oct. 8, 2015, file photo, Natalie Morales arrives at the Latin American Music Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. NBC "Today" show anchor Morales is moving West to become host of the entertainment show "Access Hollywood," but will keep a role on the morning program. NBC said Wednesday, May 4, 2016, that it hasn't been determined whether she will continue to host the third hour from California or if that role will go to someone else. (Photo by Paul A. Hebert/Invision/AP, File)
NBC's Morales moves West to 'Access Hollywood'NBC's Natalie Morales leaving for West Coast for 'Access Hollywood" and anchor spot there on "Today" show
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