For simple care and prescriptions, veterans in Northern California can go to 14 CVS MinuteClinics. Tom Starkweather/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Verizon, Quicken Loans And Others Bid On Yahoo's Core Internet Business
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House Panel Hearings May Lead To Impeachment Of IRS Commissioner
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Gig Economy Reduces Lower Quality Entrepreneurial Activity, Study Shows
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To Shorten Long Security Lines, Union Calls For More TSA Screeners
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People Aren't Coming To See The Pyramids Or Snorkel In The Red Sea
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Bayer Makes $62 Billion Play For Monsanto
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As Their Anchors Sink, Malls Try To Present Retail 'Experience'
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Viacom CEO Files Lawsuit In Corporate War With Sumner Redstone
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CEO Uses Company's Clout To Get Involved In Controversial State Measures
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Communities Lack All The Funds Needed For Transit Repairs
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Villagers throw containers into a well to collect their daily supply of potable water after a tanker made its daily delivery in Shahapur, India, on May 13. India is in the midst of a drought. INDRANIL MUKHERJEE/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Warming World Means Less Water, With Economic Consequences
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Former homeowner Brian Burns, who now rents an apartment in Henderson, Nev., says he "still sees a lot of empty houses" in Las Vegas, where about 20 percent of homeowners are still underwater in the wake of the housing crisis almost 10 years ago. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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A Decade Out From The Mortgage Crisis, Former Homeowners Still Grasp For Stability
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