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Trauma centers specialize in the care of severely injured patients. Over the last two decades, about one-third of the 1,125 trauma centers across the nation have closed, according to the University of California, San Francisco researchers.
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Brad Pitt tries out a bohemian look, complete with beard, at the 2010 premiere of "Kick-Ass" in London, but goes for a more military style for the 2014 Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences' Governor Awards.
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A tribal spokesperson supports a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel editorial last weekend asking Governor Walker to make a decision soon on a new $800 million casino complex in Kenosha county.
Yet another winter storm brought snow to the Midwest Wednesday morning, wreaking travel havoc in Chicago and Detroit and taking aim on the interior Northeast.
Metro-North is restoring some service to the New Haven and Harlem Lines Wednesday afternoon after an explosion in Harlem caused service to be shut down.
After racking up enough points to earn it a "C" from the Department of Health , many called for New York City's restaurant rating system to be revamped, and not for the first time.
Ah, March. It's the time of year in parts of the U.S. when the weather can trick you into thinking it's spring one day, only to smack you in the face with sleet and snow the next.
Courtesy of The Landing Resort & Spa The Landing Resort & Spa in Lake Tahoe boasts guest roomswith fireplaces, flat-screen televisions and panoramic views of the lake.
More than 160 firefighters were battling a five-alarm blaze after a deadly explosion and partial building collapse in New York City's East Harlem neighborhood.
Everyone smile and say, "Photobomb!" Jimmy Fallon enlisted Jon Hamm to help pull off a prank of picture-perfect proportions when the two pounced on unsuspecting tourists posing for photos while visiting New York City.
A man in a drug induced stupor sits next to a playground at Civic Center Plaza in San Francisco in January.
With good reason, people flock to Florida and the Caribbean to escape the brutal chill of winter.
The Obama administration said Tuesday it's making steady progress on health care sign-ups, but the White House needs something close to a miracle to meet its goal of enrolling 6 million people by the end of this month.
The Calgary Herald's Darcy Henton and the Edmonton Journal's Karen Kleiss have been awarded the 2014 Canadian Hillman Prize for their outstanding journalism and persistent investigation into the deaths of children while in provincial foster care.
That minor earthquake you just felt was the rumble of several million freelancers scrambling for their computers.
The decaying mansion at the corner of Esplanade Avenue and Bourbon street once loomed darkly over the French Quarter, a gothic relic reduced to blight.