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Nurses reveal the meaning of code words they use that patients don
Nurses reveal the meaning of code words they use that patients don't understand

Want to be a better-informed patient? We compiled a list of the code words a nurse would use and exactly what they mean.

Mom, grandmother charged in baby's overdose death

Alexus Lorraine Taylor, 17, and Laurie Ann Taylor, 43, were arrested Thursday on charges including manslaughter and first degree child abuse resulting in the July 27 death of Niyear Taylor, news outlets report. Anne Arundel County police called to their home in Curtis Bay were told the baby was unreponsive and had been wheezing before he fell asleep the night before.

Ukrainian Fugitive Who Claimed to Have Dirt on Biden Firm Is Arrested
Ukrainian Fugitive Who Claimed to Have Dirt on Biden Firm Is Arrested

A former Ukrainian member of parliament who has claimed to have dirt on a company linked to the Bidens was arrested earlier this week in Germany, The Daily Beast has confirmed. Oleksandr Onyshchenko, who worked closely with Ukraine's previous president before fleeing the country after being accused of embezzlement, has been living in Europe for several years. German authorities arrested him in Aachen on Friday. Oleg Ishemko, an attorney for the former member of parliament, confirmed  the arrest. "We are analyzing information in particular about the fact and basis for the detention of our client," Ishemko said in a text. "According to our information, Oleksandr was in the process of...

Power outages, again? 750,000 people in Northern California could be left in the dark this week, PG&E warns
Power outages, again? 750,000 people in Northern California could be left in the dark this week, PG&E warns

While Southern California prepares for its first rain of the season, PG&E; warned it may shut off power for 750,000 people in Northern California.

MSNBC Host: GOP Hinting at Vindman Dual Loyalty
MSNBC Host: GOP Hinting at Vindman Dual Loyalty 'Perhaps Inspired' by Fox News

MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace laced into Republicans for not-so-subtly implying during Tuesday's impeachment hearings that National Security Council official Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman could have dual loyalty. The GOP's line of questioning, the MSNBC host suggested, was inspired by pro-Trump hosts at Fox News.During a break in Tuesday's testimony, Wallace asked MSNBC correspondent Garrett Haake about counsel Steve Castor questioning Vindman about a Ukrainian official asking him if he'd be interested in becoming Ukraine's minister of defense. Vindman is a Ukrainian-born American citizen who emigrated to the United States when he was a child.After Haake said the Republicans were trying to...

On impeachment, Jim Jordan goes for the takedown

The Ohio congressman has been given a prominent role in the public impeachment hearings - a nod to his bare-knuckle style and appeal to the GOP base.

China says Hong Kong courts have no power to rule on face mask ban
China says Hong Kong courts have no power to rule on face mask ban

Hong Kong's High Court ruled on Monday that colonial-era emergency laws, which were revived to justify the mask ban, were "incompatible with the Basic law", the mini-constitution under which Hong Kong was returned to China in 1997.