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Pentagon Lifts Ban on Transgender Servicemembers

Pentagon Lifts Ban on Transgender Servicemembers

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- The Pentagon lifted the ban on transgender people serving openly in the military Thursday, with Defense Secretary Ash Carter noting that the armed services "don't want barriers unrelated to a person’s qualifications to serve."

Carter made the announcement at a Pentagon news conference. The change is effective immediately.

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Stephanie March Describes Breast Augmentation Health Scare

Stephanie March on "Law Order: SVU"; Will Hart/NBC(NEW YORK) -- Actress Stephanie March, best known for playing Assistant District Attorney Alexandra Cabot on Law Order: SVU, has opened up about a dangerous reaction she experienced after undergoing breast augmentation.

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Growing Number of US Clinics Marketing Unproven Stem Cell Treatments, Study Finds

Growing Number of US Clinics Marketing Unproven Stem Cell Treatments, Study Finds

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Stem cells represent for some the promise of a cure from disease or relief from chronic pain conditions -- and businesses have taken notice, opening clinics that market different stem-cell treatments directly to consumers.

While the use of unapproved stem-cell therapies is commonly associated with international stem cell tourism, a new analysis in the journal Ce...

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Girl Stabbed to Death in West Bank as She Slept Was US National, Officials Say

Girl Stabbed to Death in West Bank as She Slept Was US National, Officials Say

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- A 13-year-old U.S. national was stabbed to death, as she slept, by a 17-year-old Palestinian youth in a West Bank settlement in what officials were describing as an "outrageous terrorist attack," according to the U.S. State Department.

The teen, identified by the State Department as Hallel Ariel, was killed Thursday after the Palestinian youth broke into her home ...

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Tesla's Autopilot Under Investigation After Fatal Crash

Tesla's Autopilot Under Investigation After Fatal Crash

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Tesla's autopilot mode is undergoing a preliminary investigation by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the automaker said today, following a recent crash that killed a driver who was using the semi-autonomous feature.

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Lindsey Vonn on Zika and the 2016 Summer Olympics

Lindsey Vonn on Zika and the 2016 Summer Olympics

Joe Faraoni / ESPN Images(NEW YORK) -- The Zika virus is a topic of concern with athletes heading to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in August.

ABC News spoke to Winter Olympics gold medalist Lindsey Vonn on Wednesday and got her take on the issue.

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Alexandria Mayor Jacques Roy at yesterday’s administrative meeting outlined several possible plans to boost development downtown along the Red river.


No change of venue for now.. A decision on whether to grant a change of venue in the case of one of the former Marksville Ward 2 marshals accused in the fatal shooting of a 6-year-old boy and the serious wounding of his father has been deferred until prospective jurors are questioned.


A rather bazaar story out of Pineville yesterday as a police arrested a man who attempted to steel an ambulance at gunpoint.


Kenner Police say an armed robbery at a Raising Cane’s left a 21-year-old employee dead from multiple stab wounds.


Governor John Bel Edwards asked the Board of Regents and colleges and universities not raise tuition for the upcoming school year.


Starting today through Monday, more Americans than ever are expected to be hitting the road for the 4th of July weekend.


The second special session ended a week ago today, and lawmakers proposed several constitutional amendments to be decided by voters in November.


A statewide campaign begins today that seeks to reduce drunk driving this Fourth of July weekend.


The defense lawyers for Cardell Hayes, the man accused of fatally shooting Saints player Will Smith, do not want the trial to take place during football season.


Inspector General Stephen Street has announced that a film company claimed over $1 million in fraudulent tax exemptions in Louisiana.


This week Louisiana’s Interstate Highway System marks it’s 60ith birthday.


The UL-System appointed Leon Sanders, vice president of finance and administration at Grambling State, to act as the school’s leader while the job search is underway.


State Police say an off duty Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Deputy is facing a DWI.


A Baton Rouge man is in the ICU after contracting a flesh-eating bacteria in Mississippi last week.


Three of the major Republican candidates for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by David Vitter appeared at a debate in Baton Rouge to discuss why they should be elected on November 8th.

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