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But while the Brit will be nearly 36 after the two-year extension, he says he doubts it will be his last contract in Formula 1. "I do not want to retire soon or prematurely". "I think Red Bull are the fastest at the moment, potentially", he said. "But they're all among the greatest of all time and Lewis is already there and I think he can get better.
  • Suspect in Haley Anderson homicide charged with second-degree murder

    Suspect in Haley Anderson homicide charged with second-degree murder

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    As CrimeOnline previously reported , shortly after authorities found 20-year-old Haley Anderson's body, investigators focused on a person of interest they said previously dated the victim and fled the country shortly after her death. Department of State is working with the Nicaraguan government on extradition. Anderson had previously been suspicious of Tercero for damage to her property.
  • Florida State takes down top-seeded Xavier to advance to Sweet 16

    Florida State takes down top-seeded Xavier to advance to Sweet 16

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    Florida State did not face much resistance from its first-round opponent, Missouri, either. The Seminoles got hot at the right time. But expectations grew that they could make a third straight Final Four run as UNC found a final-month groove, including two wins against Duke and a trip to the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament championship game.
  • Thousands of Ola, Uber drivers 'go offline'

    Thousands of Ola, Uber drivers 'go offline'

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    But the cab aggregators have not yet confirmed the strike and refused to comment on the same. "If our demands are not met, we will go on an indefinite strike", he said, adding the drivers had approached MNS leader Raj Thackeray to intervene in the matter.
  • 2 polio workers killed, 3 abducted in Mohmand Agency

    2 polio workers killed, 3 abducted in Mohmand Agency

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    However, whereabouts of two others, including a driver from the team and another worker, had not been ascertained till this report was filed. Security sources said that during the search operation, the bodies of Salahuddin and Wajid Ali were found in a stream.
  • US Adults over 17 billion is Binge drinking, CDC study says

    US Adults over 17 billion is Binge drinking, CDC study says

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    About 37 million adult Americans engage in the practice of binge drinking , consuming over 17 billion drinks during these "binges" in 2015. That incorporates how long they drank, the normal number of beverages devoured and the biggest number of beverages they had on any one event.
  • Jagat Tara convicted of killing former Punjab CM

    Jagat Tara convicted of killing former Punjab CM

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    Sidhu. The district court of Chandigarh on Saturday sentenced Jagtar Singh Tara to life imprisonment in former Punjab CM Beant Singh assassination case. Rajoona who has not filed any appeal, Gurmeet Singh who has got life imprisonment, Paramjeet Singh Bheora, Lakhwinder Singh who is also sentenced to life imprisonment and Shamsher Singh.
  • Hyderabad, Rajkot host West Indies tests, Delhi get Australia ODI

    Hyderabad, Rajkot host West Indies tests, Delhi get Australia ODI

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    The historic one-off Test against Afghanistan in June will precede the West Indies series and India will leave for Australia after completing their assignments against the Caribbeans. India's global home season is scheduled to commence with the Asia Cup, which is likely to begin on September 18, subject to the Indian government giving permission to allow Pakistan to play.
  • AIIMS doctors killed in road accident

    AIIMS doctors killed in road accident

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    Incidents of the accident-prone Yamuna Express-Way between Delhi and Agra, are refusing to come to a halt. In the first six months of 2017 alone, 80 people died in road accidents on the Yamuna Expressway between January 1 to June 30 2017.
  • Russian Federation expels 23 United Kingdom diplomats in dispute over former spy's poisoning

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    As with every election since he came to power in 2000, Putin cast his ballot at the polling station opened at the headquarters of the Russian Academy of Sciences on the busy Lenin Avenue in the Russian capital. Both are in a critical but stable condition in hospital. Maria Zakharova said a large number of ex-Soviet scientists had gone to live in the West, "taking with them the technologies that they were working on".
  • Chennai and Bengaluru face off in ISL final

    Chennai and Bengaluru face off in ISL final

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    Chennaiyin defeated Bengaluru 3-2 to claim their second ISL title here on Saturday evening. What time is the Bengaluru FC v/s Chennaiyin FC ISL final match? But Bengaluru fans will know that a home team has never won the ISL final; Goa (2015) and Kerala (2016) leaving the field with massive heartaches.
  • VEREIT, Inc. (VER) : Stock in the Analysts Spotlight

    VEREIT, Inc. (VER) : Stock in the Analysts Spotlight

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    The company's quick ratio for most recent quarter is 4.2 along with current ratio for most recent quarter of 4.2. VEREIT, Inc. (VER ) shares have been seen trading -21.14% off its 52 week- peak value and changed 6.50% from its 52 week-bottom price value.
  • Facebook tries to overturn Sri Lanka ban

    Facebook tries to overturn Sri Lanka ban

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    It initially said the ban would last for three days but extended the block without informing the public, users said. The Sri Lankan government today lifted a week-long ban on access to the Facebook, after officials from the USA social media giant agreed to step up efforts to remove hate speech posted on its platform during the anti-Muslim violence in Kandy district.
  • US FDA pushing to reduce amount of nicotine in cigarettes

    US FDA pushing to reduce amount of nicotine in cigarettes

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    The FDA gained authority to regulate ingredients in cigarettes and other tobacco products in 2009. Earlier this year, Big Tobacco companies launched court-ordered ads that forced them to detail the harms of smoking in newspapers and on prime-time TV, including the fact that their products kill 1,200 Americans every day.
  • Bottled Water Contaminated with Plastic Particles

    Bottled Water Contaminated with Plastic Particles

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    The study has not been peer-reviewed and the particles were detected using an imaging technique known as the Nile Red method and only the larger particles can be confirmed via spectroscopy. "It could come in from fans or the clothing being worn", she said. "We normally have a "safe" limit but to have a safe limit, to define that, we need to understand if these things are risky, and if they occur in water at concentrations that are unsafe".
  • Arizona's Flake, in New Hampshire, mulls 2020 challenge to Trump

    Arizona's Flake, in New Hampshire, mulls 2020 challenge to Trump

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    But Flake is correct to recognize that Trump is a awful president, regardless of the two sharing a political party and some views with one another. Flake did not appear to be currying favor with his party in Thursday's speech , which was highly critical of the GOP accepting Trump's "anomalous behavior" for political expediency and an appeal to nationalism and populism.
  • Manipur: PM Modi launches Rs 750 Cr development projects

    Manipur: PM Modi launches Rs 750 Cr development projects

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    The change of dates also affected the footfall. Yashpal was known for his contribution for taking science to the masses while Rao and Raj were space and nuclear scientists. Modi said the country has to be "future ready" in implementing technologies vital for the growth and prosperity of the nation. Science is after all, but a means to a far greater end; of making a difference in the lives of others, of furthering human progress and welfare.
  • Russia's Lavrov says Moscow will expel British diplomats

    Russia's Lavrov says Moscow will expel British diplomats

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    Britain says that the poison used was Novichok, a class of nerve agent developed by the Soviet Union toward the end of the Cold War. "Something that should never, ever happen, and we're taking it very seriously". "Maybe he lacks education", Mr Lavrov said. Speaking at an event in Moscow on Thursday night, Vladimir Putin said Russian Federation was a "proud" nation "and will be in the future, too".
  • No. 16 seed UMBC celebrates history-making win

    No. 16 seed UMBC celebrates history-making win

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    In the history of the NCAA Tournament a 16 has never beaten a one. Visit SportsLine now to get a strong pick from an advanced computer model that entered the tournament on a red-hot 11-1 run. Still, the experience of playing in the NCAA Tournament has provided national exposure for UMBC unlike anything previous, according to university officials.
  • Motown letdown: Butler bounces Arkansas in first round

    Motown letdown: Butler bounces Arkansas in first round

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    He got the layup to go and the foul, and will be at the line when play resumes. You've got to try to speed them up, but they kind of want to be sped up. Butler guard Paul Jorgensen is being looked at by trainers on the Bulldogs bench. They're a really good, really talented team. Everything went right for the Bulldogs (21-13) in the early stages as all five starters scored on Butler's first seven possessions.
  • UF medical students celebrate

    UF medical students celebrate "Match Day"

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    The students opened their envelopes at the same time, revealing where they will pursue their medical residency training. One of the students who learned their fate on Friday, was Tenisha Wilson. These results are a direct reflection on the caliber and commitment of our faculty who work tirelessly in delivering the best possible education and training to our students and residents.
  • NFL Star Reportedly Facing 4-Game Suspension For PEDs

    NFL Star Reportedly Facing 4-Game Suspension For PEDs

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    The 27-year-old linebacker also used prescribed medications after sustaining a Grade 3 shoulder AC sprain versus the Detroit Lions on December 24, according to ESPN. A four-game suspension would cost more than $1.6 million in game checks. He also lost $94,000 in per-game roster bonuses last season while suspended.
  • Apple Appears to Have Completely Blocked App Store Access in Iran

    Apple Appears to Have Completely Blocked App Store Access in Iran

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    Some users reported being able to access the service using a Virtual Private Network service. According to Bleeping Computer , the App Store is no longer available in Iran. The license was framed as a way to win hearts and minds by allowing the free flow of information. Last August, the company pulled several popular apps created by Iranian developers from the app storefront, stating that their removal was due to US sanctions.
  • Match official removed for helping England ahead of Ireland match

    Match official removed for helping England ahead of Ireland match

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    This clip was first broadcast during the Matt Dawson Rugby Show, Thursday 15 March 2018. In the talk, Jones told an audience: "We've played 23 Tests and have only lost one Test to the scummy Irish". Who knows Wales? Are there any Welsh people here? "Both were part of training today, we were monitoring them for the first couple of days, but they took part today", said Gustard.
  • Dante Exum on expected role in 2017-18 Jazz season debut

    Dante Exum on expected role in 2017-18 Jazz season debut

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    Exum had surgery to fix the left (non-shooting) shoulder October 24 and his status to return this season was uncertain. He didn't see any signs of a slip-up, especially after being out for that lengthy period. We're just happy for the kid, and we want the best for him". Exum was instrumental in 2016-17 in breaking the Jazz's four-year absence from the playoffs before they ran into eventual champions Golden State.
  • Minnesotans suffer salmonella infections after taking kratom stimulant

    Minnesotans suffer salmonella infections after taking kratom stimulant

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    Illness dates range from 21 January 2017 to 24 February 2018. Most people recover without medical treatment, although some may become so ill from sepsis or dehydration that they must be hospitalized. No common brands or suppliers of kratom products have been identified at this time, although some brands distributed by PDX Aromatics have been recalled .
  • IndiGo's ATR Aircraft Returns to Toulouse After One Hour of Dead Flight

    IndiGo's ATR Aircraft Returns to Toulouse After One Hour of Dead Flight

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    The Directorate General of Civil Aviation cracked the whip after an IndiGo flight bound for Lucknow returned to Ahmedabad within 40 minutes of its getting airborne due to a mid-air engine failure yesterday. This takes the total number of cancelled flights to 488 till the end of this month. A total of 138 flights stand cancelled. Indigo cancelled around 480 flights; the rest are of AirGo.
  • Duke, Iona set to clash today

    Duke, Iona set to clash today

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    Duke vs. Iona Key Injuries: Duke - (F) Wendell Carter Jr . is upgraded to probable Thursday vs Iona ( Ankle ), (G) Trevon Duval is upgraded to probable Thursday vs Iona ( Ankle ). Iona head coach Tim Cluess acknowledged before the game his team, making its third straight NCAA appearance and fifth in the last seven seasons, would have an edge in experience.
  • Baltimore Ravens Focusing on WR Michael Crabtree After Grant Fails Physical

    Baltimore Ravens Focusing on WR Michael Crabtree After Grant Fails Physical

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    And the Ravens would have been able to find another receiver, before many were signed by other teams. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter , the reported free-agent signee failed a physical Thursday, so the Ravens voided a lucrative $29 million deal that was expected to make him a featured piece of their passing attack.
  • County health rankings released this week

    County health rankings released this week

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    They occur in the county at a rate of 1,154.8 per 100,000 population, which is almost twice the North Carolina rate of 145.1 per 100,000 population. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation CEO Richard Besser explains "our health is influenced by many things, like a good education, a good job, access to quality housing and quality healthcare".
  • Deputy never entered building during school massacre

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    Deputy Scot Peterson can be seen with an unidentified school employee outside a room in the first moments of the massacre . The Broward Sheriff's Office released the video Thursday, which shows exactly how the Sheriff's Office responded to the shooting.
  • Oklahoma mother will go to jail for marrying her daughter

    Oklahoma mother will go to jail for marrying her daughter

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    Patricia Ann Spann plead guilty to felony incest at Stephens County District Court on March 13, 2018. However, her plea was withdrawn after it was learned that her deferred sentence was prohibited under state law, according to KFOR . The court heard that Patricia had lost contact with her children for three years, then rekindled a relationship with her daughter, the pair really "hitting it off".
  • FDA moves to lower nicotine in cigarettes

    FDA moves to lower nicotine in cigarettes

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    Tobacco companies have carefully engineered their products to be as addictive as possible, said Mitch Zeller, director of the FDA's Center for Tobacco Products. Gottlieb said the question about additional smoking is among the issues being reviewed. The Food and Drug Administration estimated that its sweeping anti-smoking plan, first announced last summer, could push the US smoking rate to 1.4 percent.
  • Parole Board Denies Clemency in 'Stocking Strangler' Case

    Parole Board Denies Clemency in 'Stocking Strangler' Case

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    Seven women died and two were injured in the brutal attacks. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution , Gary was also accused of killing four other women. The Georgia Supreme Court denied Gary's appeal on December 1, 2017, and his motion for reconsideration was denied on January 16, 2018. The lawyers claim that Gary is not the "Stocking Strangler" and that someone else is responsible for the multiple murders, the newspaper reported.
  • Physically-fit middle-aged women less likely to develop dementia

    Physically-fit middle-aged women less likely to develop dementia

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    Scientists found that only five per cent of the highly fit women developed dementia, compared with 25 per cent of the moderately fit and 32 per cent of those with low fitness levels. Dementia is an age-related condition that more commonly affects people over 65 years old. The authors say that, although their results are based on midlife fitness, it is probably never too late to start exercising.