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FILE - In this May 10, 2012 file photo, Dr. Lisa Sterman holds up a Truvada pill, an HIV treatment pill used to prevent infection in people at high risk of getting the AIDS virus, at her office in San Francisco. Research showing that the pill does not encourage risky sex and is effective even if people skip some doses was discussed Tuesday, July 22, 2014, at the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia. The research was published by the British journal Lancet Infectious Diseases (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File)

Many HIV sufferers untreated: CDC

- The Washington Times

Some 70 percent of people — nearly 840,000 — believed to be living with HIV in 2011 have not successfully treated their dangerous infections, the federal government said Tuesday.

Jonathan Gruber poses in his home in Lexington, Mass., in this Feb. 8, 2011, file photo. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)

Jonathan Gruber, Obamacare ‘architect,’ agrees to testify before Congress

- The Washington Times

Jonathan Gruber, an MIT economics professor and key Obamacare adviser, has agreed to testify before the House oversight committee next month after critics unearthed a string of YouTube videos that depict him saying the “stupidity” of the American voter and legislative sleight of hand helped the contentious law make it through Congress.

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FILE - In this Nov. 16, 2014, file photo, Kansas City Chiefs strong safety Eric Berry (29) enters the field prior to an NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks in Kansas City, Mo. Berry is gearing up for a fight after a mass was found in his chest following last week's game in Oakland. He was placed on the non-football injury list Monday, and trainer Rick Burkholder said Berry may have lymphoma. (AP Photo/Ed Zurga, File)

Chiefs' Berry has support from all corners

- Associated Press

Wide receiver Jason Avant arrived in Kansas City a few days ago, a mid-season signing by the Chiefs. He was leaving his hotel Tuesday when a woman mustered up the courage to approach him.

Buffalo Bills quarterback Kyle Orton throws while pressured by New York Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson (96) during the first half of an NFL football game in Detroit, Monday, Nov.24, 2014. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

Jets' Amaro has head injury, Wilkerson ailing toe

Associated Press

Jets rookie tight end Jace Amaro has a head injury and is going through the NFL's concussion protocol, while New York defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson has an ailing toe.

Greece: HIV infections ease after spike

Associated Press

Health authorities in Greece say the number of HIV infections fell in 2013 for the first time since the start of the financial crisis.

This photo taken on Nov. 4, 2014 provided by the U.S. Air Force, shows the 633rd Air Base Wing established at the Langley Transit Center in a pre-existing expeditionary training center, for military personnel returning from Ebola missions in West Africa, at Langley Air Force Base Va. With plenty of flat screen TVs, game nights and even an outdoor fire pit, life in isolation for members of the U.S. military who have returned from the Ebola mission in West Africa can look a lot like summer camp. The Defense Department is requiring military service members to undergo 21 days of isolation and monitoring as a precaution, but that doesn't mean the troops are sitting in a hospital or even just one building. At Langley Air Force Base, one of five U.S. bases designated to house returning service members for monitoring, a wooded section of the base near the runway has been turned into a small village. (AP Photo/U.S. Air Force, Staff Sgt. Jason J. Brown)

Ebola isolation at US base 'pretty much vacation'

- Associated Press

With plenty of flat screen TVs, game nights and even an outdoor fire pit, life in isolation for members of the U.S. military who have returned from the Ebola mission in West Africa can look a lot like summer camp.

Numerous citations issued against care home

- Associated Press

Federal regulators have cited a state-run home for people with disabilities for a long list of violations, including strapping residents to chairs in front of TVs and forcing them to face a wall for hours at a time.

Ebola isolation at Va. base 'pretty much vacation'

- Associated Press

Life in isolation at a Virginia Air Force base for military members who have returned from Africa after serving in the Ebola response mission involves plenty of games, exercise and relaxation.

Indiana hospital resumes admissions after scare

Associated Press

A northeastern Indiana hospital has resumed normal operations after halting admissions for two days while it sanitized its water system to rid it of bacteria that cause Legionnaire's disease, according to hospital officials.

Parole head claims pressure to release inmates

- Associated Press

The chairwoman of Nebraska's parole board told lawmakers Tuesday that a former prisons director pressured her into releasing more inmates in an effort to reduce crowding.

Advocates want prescription pill tracking database

- Associated Press

Missouri State Rep. Holly Rehder said Monday that after years of failed attempts, next session could finally mean a breakthrough for creating a prescription drug database.

UN chief: Ebola cases in Mali a 'deep concern'

- Associated Press

The United Nations chief warned Friday that Ebola may be easing in part of West Africa but is still hitting hard in other areas and outpacing the international response.