New frontier in cancer care: Turning blood into living drugs

SEATTLE (AP) — Ken Shefveland's body was swollen with cancer, treatment after treatment failing until doctors gambled on a radical approach: They removed some of his immune cells, engineered them into cancer assassins and unleashed them into his bloodstream.

  • Written by By LAURAN NEERGAARD , AP Medical Writer

Trump transition aide was key player in Flynn's Turkish work

WASHINGTON (AP) — As Michael Flynn spent last fall campaigning as Donald Trump's top national security adviser, his little-known business partner supervised much of the foreign political work for Turkish interests that has boomeranged back on Flynn, now the target of a federal criminal investigation and congressional inquiries.

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  • Written by By STEPHEN BRAUN and CHAD DAY , Associated Press

Downsizing Utah monument pleases Republicans, angers tribes

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's recommendation to downsize the new Bears Ears National Monument in Utah was applauded by the state's top Republican leaders but marked a stinging setback for a coalition of Western tribes that pushed for protection of lands they consider sacred.

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  • Written by By BRADY McCOMBS and MATTHEW DALY , Associated Press

Attorneys general hope to force Trump financial disclosures

WASHINGTON (AP) — The attorneys general of Maryland and the District of Columbia hope a little-known clause in the Constitution will force President Donald Trump to separate himself from his businesses and release his tax returns and other financial information, contending in a lawsuit he is corruptible to foreign governments who make payments to his businesses from around the world.

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  • Written by By BRIAN WITTE , Associated Press