Gardiner Harris

New York Times

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White House correspondent for the New York Times

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In Vietnam, Bill Clinton healed the wounds of war; George W. Bush stopped off to talk economics. Barack Obama has different reasons for visiting.

Another President Seeks Common Ground with a Former Enemy

In Vietnam, Bill Clinton healed the wounds of war; George W. Bush stopped off to talk economics. Barack Obama has different reasons for visiting.

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Here in Los Angeles, we have some of the worst air quality in the country.

Leaving New Delhi

Here in Los Angeles, we have some of the worst air quality in the country.

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Doctors and pharmacists are reporting a record number of drug shortages this year, drugs needed to treat child leukemia, breast and colon cancer, and infections.

Cancer Drug Shortages on the Rise

Doctors and pharmacists are reporting a record number of drug shortages this year, drugs needed to treat child leukemia, breast and colon cancer, and infections.

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