• Italian foreign minister lobbies Boris Johnson over Charlie Gard
Italian foreign minister lobbies Boris Johnson over Charlie Gard

The British Supreme Court is backing the hospital , opening the door for doctors there to withdraw life support for the child. The parents of Charlie, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, lost a legal battle to take the 11-month-old to the United States for experimental treatment and are now spending the last days of his life with him.

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  • Heartburn meds linked to higher chance of early death
Heartburn meds linked to higher chance of early death

Many more Britons buy PPIs - which include omeprazole and lansoprazole - over the counter of pharmacies without a prescription, or in corner shops and supermarkets. The risk increased the longer a person took the PPIs. The researchers also did not look at the patients' cause of death, she noted . The researchers can't explain the link betwee...

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  • Madigan: No Budget Deal by Midnight Deadline
Madigan: No Budget Deal by Midnight Deadline

The debt burden is so heavy that interest on pension debt alone costs about $9 billion each year, according to the Illinois Policy Institute. He is asking the bond rating agencies to give them a few days before dropping the state to junk status.

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  • Plane crashes in flames on California freeway, 2 injured
Plane crashes in flames on California freeway, 2 injured

No other people on the ground were injured. Larry Kurtz said the plane had crashed and two people are being hospitalized with traumatic injuries. The Cessna 310 had just taken off from John Wayne Airport in Orange County when the pilot declared an emergency and began returning to the airport.

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  • New US Energy Dept. Grid Study Even Gives Oil & Gas The Heebie-Jeebies
New US Energy Dept. Grid Study Even Gives Oil & Gas The Heebie-Jeebies

Ladislaw said many people would consider exports of oil and refined products as a key area. Mitchell pioneered the use of hydraulic fracturing technology, leading to the rise of the US shale revolution, Perry said. "There's no silver bullet here". I can get back to you'. Now, low natural gas prices are might achieve those goals without such reg...

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  • California Right-to-Die Law Saw 111 People Kill Themselves in First Six Months
California Right-to-Die Law Saw 111 People Kill Themselves in First Six Months

According to data between June 9- December 31 of 2016, 191 people received aid-in-dying drugs under the act and 111 people died after taking the prescribed drugs. Only 111 terminally ill patients took the life-ending drugs but, in fact, 191 prescriptions have been issued. But opposition to the law remains.

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  • Grenfell response: Number of tower blocks failing fire tests rises to 60
Grenfell response: Number of tower blocks failing fire tests rises to 60

In north London, thousands of residents were forced on Friday to evacuate their homes at very short notice . And now, a number of organisations including the Local Government Association (LGA) and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) have offered advice to authorities on how to safeguard buildings and ease the minds of anxious hig...

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  • Cavs reportedly discussing 3-team trade involving Paul George and Kevin Love
Cavs reportedly discussing 3-team trade involving Paul George and Kevin Love

Everyone wants to know where Paul George will end up next, even though the Indiana Pacers star is most likely to end up where he said he wants to go: the Los Angeles Lakers . Receiving a few future first-round picks would make it less advantageous to undergo a complete teardown to get high draft picks. Boston has been collectively rumored to...

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  • OR testing mosquitoes for Zika virus
OR testing mosquitoes for Zika virus

Last week a Barton County man tested positive for West Nile. When the water warms, they hatch and produce more mosquitoes which continue the cycle. In 2002, the state documented its first human infections, with 52 cases reported that year. "A key to preventing mosquitoes and the diseases they spread is to identity and eliminate their water habitat"...

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  • Gerrymandering gave GOP 1 extra legislative seat
Gerrymandering gave GOP 1 extra legislative seat

House seats during last fall's election - the most in the nation. Created to detect cases in which one party may have secured power through political gerrymandering, it found that the GOP may have won as many as 22 additional congressional seats more than expected.

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  • Cuba denounces Trump policy changes but is open to dialogue
Cuba denounces Trump policy changes but is open to dialogue

Fellow Florida Republican Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart also lauded Trump for keeping a campaign promise. But they will burden the USA government with the complicated task of policing Americans' travel to Cuba to make sure there are no transactions with the military-linked conglomerate that runs much of the Cuban economy.

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  • Tobacco use among US students dropped sharply in 2016
Tobacco use among US students dropped sharply in 2016

In 2016, the most commonly used products among middle school students after e-cigarettes were: cigarettes (2.2 percent), cigars (2.2%), smokeless tobacco (2.2%), hookah (2.0%), pipe tobacco (0.7%), and bidis (0.3%). The bad news, is that 3.9 million young people are still smoking. "Therefore, efforts to prevent youth tobacco use are critical to...

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  • Germany: number of Britons granted citizenship quadruples
Germany: number of Britons granted citizenship quadruples

The statistical agency said that 2,865 Britons became German citizens in 2016, marking an increase of more than 2,200 persons from 2015. A Destatis spokesperson added: "The link to Brexit seems clear". Poles were the second largest group with 6,632 becoming German citizens, an increase of 11.3%. That uncertainty over the future status of Britis...

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  • Florida Senate passes medical marijuana implementing bill
Florida Senate passes medical marijuana implementing bill

An impasse would leave it to state health officials to craft rules for how to implement the constitutional amendment, which also would have been the case if the issue had not been added to the special session call. The bill was a top priority of Corcoran. Rep. Lori Berman, D-Boynton Beach, said today that she believed that both chambers had reach...

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  • Wildcats eliminate DE in Lubbock Regional
Wildcats eliminate DE in Lubbock Regional

After giving up a double down the left-field line to Red Raiders leadoff hitter Grant Little, center fielder Tanner Gardner launched a two-run bomb over the right-field wall off Donica two batters later. Quezada recorded five strikeouts and only allowed one hit during the next two innings. Tech will face the victor of Arizona and Sam Houston Stat...

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  • Trump promises unfulfilled by House GOP health bill
Trump promises unfulfilled by House GOP health bill

That's according to a new poll out today from the Kaiser Family Foundation . Senators are on recess this week, back in their home states sounding out constituents. For most of the AHCA's reforms tested by the Kaiser poll, more said each made them less likely to support the law than more likely. Only 4 percent said the GOP bill fulfilled al...

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  • Getting best out of Messi is Sampaoli's job
Getting best out of Messi is Sampaoli's job

But their hopes are on a knife edge in the 10-nation South American group from which the top four qualify for Russian Federation. Sampaoli also said that he has signed a contract with the Argentine Football Association that extends till the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

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  • Premier Kathleen Wynne set to announce $15 minimum wage in Ontario
Premier Kathleen Wynne set to announce $15 minimum wage in Ontario

Instead of getting two weeks of vacation, workers will be able to get three weeks of paid vacation a year after five years with a company. Many workers are struggling to support their families on part-time, contract or minimum-wage work. They also recently announced the beginnings of a provincial pharmacare plan, that would provide drug coverage to...

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  • South Indian court orders 4 week stay on cow slaughter rules
South Indian court orders 4 week stay on cow slaughter rules

Many state governments criticized the ban as a blow to beef and leather exports that will leave hundreds of thousands jobless and deprive millions of Christians, Muslims and poor Hindus of a cheap source of protein. The issue has frequently been a trigger for tension with the country's largest minority group, Muslims, whose religion has no injuncti...

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  • India advertise for new coach despite Kumble success
India advertise for new coach despite Kumble success

In these cases, we can't have bilateral series with Pakistan", he further added. The PCB has already sent a legal notice to BCCI claiming damages worth United States dollars 60 million (Rs 387 crore approx) for not honouring the MoU created to conduct five bilateral series between India and Pakistan between 2015 and 2023.

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  • LSU Holds Off Arkansas For SEC Championship
LSU Holds Off Arkansas For SEC Championship

LSU pitchers allowed 5 runs in 4 SEC tournament games. Rooker finished 7 of 17 (.412) in five games against the Razorbacks, with a home run and 4 RBI. In the Razorbacks' four games of the SEC Tournament, Spanberger has eight hits, eight runs scored, 10 RBIs, three doubles, five home runs, and 26 total bases.

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  • ICC Champions Trophy: 5 survivors from 2006 who continue to play on
ICC Champions Trophy: 5 survivors from 2006 who continue to play on

Former England batsman Ian Bell has tipped Jason Roy to do "huge damage" to visiting bowling attacks when the Champions Trophy begins next month. "We have two guys who are aggressive at the top of the order and it's a nice balance to the batting line up now", said the five-time Ashes victor.

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  • New WHO Chief Stresses Health as Human Right
New WHO Chief Stresses Health as Human Right

Margaret Chan ", says Selma Ashipala-Musavyi, permanent secretary at Namibia's Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation in Windhoek. "The new head of the World Health Organization doesn't believe the Trump administration's calls to slash funding for worldwide aid and United Nations agencies like his is a "closed issue.' Tedros Adh...

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  • CBSE to announce Class 12th results on Sunday
CBSE to announce Class 12th results on Sunday

The Central Board of Secondary Education -CBSE annually conducts the 12th Class Examinations in the months of March / April. With the promulgation of the Rajasthan Secondary Education Act in 1957, this Board was set up in Jaipur on 4th Dec, 1957.

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  • Cabinet members head to Capitol Hill to defend Trump budget
Cabinet members head to Capitol Hill to defend Trump budget

Summers wrote . There's little appetite among Capitol Hill Republicans for a genuine effort to balance the budget; GOP lawmakers this year are instead pressing to rewrite the tax code and forge a spending deal with Democrats that would permit higher military spending.

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  • Irish vet clinic's job posting seeks paid 'cat cuddler'
Irish vet clinic's job posting seeks paid 'cat cuddler'

A feline veterinary clinic based in Dublin is hiring what they describe as a " cat cuddler " for a full-time job, Mashable reports . As cats are known for hiding their discomfort, the job opening was created to help both cats and their owners become relaxed and comfortable during their visits to the clinic, veterinarian Aoife Caulfield ...

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  • United Nations condemns North Korea missile launch, vows new sanctions
United Nations condemns North Korea missile launch, vows new sanctions

He told reporters on Monday that France hopes the council will move ahead on a strong resolution that demands better implementation of existing sanctions and tougher new sanctions against North Korea . "This is the DPRK's answer to the Trump administration'". At the request of diplomats from the U.S., Japan and South Korea, urgent United Nati...

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  • How Trump killed political mudslinging - Source Politico
How Trump killed political mudslinging - Source Politico

The Guardian report corroborates the report by Acuna - Jacobs tried to ask a question and thought the worst that would happen was that he would be cursed at: The altercation took place at Gianforte's campaign headquarters in Bozeman, Montana.

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  • West Virginia, 42 other states reach settlement with medical company
West Virginia, 42 other states reach settlement with medical company

Shares of J&J are slightly lower in afternoon trading. The investigation's findings resulted in the recall of several adulterated McNeil drugs that were initially introduced to the market in batches. In a Class I recall, there is a "reasonable probability" that use of or exposure to a product may cause serious health problems or death. The sett...

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  • Telugu actor in soup over 'sexist' quip
Telugu actor in soup over 'sexist' quip

Rachakonda Police Commissioner Mahesh M Bhagwat in a statement to the media said, " The case was registered under Sections 509 (Word, gesture or act meant to insult the modesty of a woman) and 354a (IV) (making sexually coloured remarks) of the IPC.

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