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In stopping near the scene of the massacre, Trump is following a well-worn pattern of presidents jetting to communities reeling from tragedy and attempting words of solace. Then, perhaps most importantly, it will be up to us as a country to decide whether we will take action ourselves. "Marco said, hey, he wants to go down early".
  • Democratic Campaign Worker Says Madigan Aide Was Protected After Harassment Complaint

    Democratic Campaign Worker Says Madigan Aide Was Protected After Harassment Complaint

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    I just want to do my work". She said her position was "literally stolen from me". She did not share the text messages with me or advise me of the number of times Kevin had asked her out. I told her I would make sure he never contacted her again. Hampton said the Democrat boss's action came too late. She started a political consulting organization and has since filed a complaint with the Chicago office of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
  • Port Elizabeth ODI: India clinch unprecedented series win in SA

    Port Elizabeth ODI: India clinch unprecedented series win in SA

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    South Africa did put up a fight before wrist spinners Kuldeep Yadav (4/57 in 10 overs) and Yuzvendra Chahal (2/43 in 9.2 overs) found their bearings after a rare off-day to polish off the lower-order in a jiffy. It was Bhuvneshwar Kumar's 19 off 20 balls that took India past 270-run mark. While Rohit was scoring in good speed, Kohli was uncharacteristically slow hitting just one four in his first 52 balls.
  • Miller Investment Management LP Takes Position in Express Scripts Holding (ESRX)

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    To see the other side of picture, profit margin of Express Scripts Holding Company (NASDAQ: ESRX ) stands at positive 3.60%; that indicates a firm actually every dollar of sales keeps in earnings. The stock has "Market Perform" rating by Leerink Swann on Tuesday, January 19. Wells Fargo downgraded Express Scripts Holding Company (NASDAQ:ESRX) on Wednesday, March 15 to "Underperform" rating.
  • Gradually eliminating BACE1 clears amyloid plaque from mice with Alzheimer's

    Gradually eliminating BACE1 clears amyloid plaque from mice with Alzheimer's

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    Verubecestat belongs to a class of experimental Alzheimer's drugs called BACE1 inhibitors that target an enzyme involved in the formation of the toxic amyloid protein that turns into plaques in the brains of Alzheimer's patients. "Hence, this knowledge provides a strong foundation for the concept that BACE1 inhibitors should be administered to humans as early as possible to prevent or reverse amyloid deposition".
  • Pennsylvania Finally Opens Its First Medical Cannabis Dispensary

    Pennsylvania Finally Opens Its First Medical Cannabis Dispensary

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    The program will offer medical marijuana to patients who are residents of Pennsylvania and under a practitioner's care for the treatment of a serious medical condition as defined by the law. At this point, information on average retail pricing remains unknown - but products could cost a pretty penny, especially because most insurance companies likely won't cover a drug that's still illegal at the federal level (for now).
  • McDonald's will Make Healthier Happy Meals by 2022

    McDonald's will Make Healthier Happy Meals by 2022

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    McDonald's will make healthier Happy Meals by 2022. Today, McDonald's has announced plans to reconfigure the menu for their Happy Meals in the U.S. After McDonald's removed soda as a default option for kids, Burger King, Wendy's, Dairy Queen and Jack in the Box followed suit. Soda came off the menu in 2013.
  • South African President, Zuma, resigns

    South African President, Zuma, resigns

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    It was only when the ANC agreed to join a motion of no confidence in Parliament that Zuma acceded to his party's decision to step down from the president's office at the Union Building. Acting president Ramaphosa could be designated as the country's new leader in a parliament vote as early as Thursday afternoon. The raid , which resulted in three arrests including members of the Gupta family, came amid reports Mr Zuma was preparing to tell South Africa he was stepping down after ...
  • Accused Florida gunman visited restaurants, store after killing

    Accused Florida gunman visited restaurants, store after killing

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    Authorities said the alleged gunman, Nikolas Cruz , stopped at a Wal-Mart, a Subway restaurant and a McDonald's immediately after carrying out the second-deadliest mass shooting at a public school in US history. Bennight alerted United States authorities about the comment on his social media channel, now suspected to be written by 19-year-old Parkland shooter.
  • CDC update on widespread influenza activity

    CDC update on widespread influenza activity

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    Although most flu-related deaths are among the older demographics, a vast majority of flu cases are among younger Hoosiers. There have also been a total of five pediatric deaths in Texas this season. "Unfortunately, flu can spread rapidly in communal settings like classrooms and nursing homes, but no one is immune from the flu", Dr. Box said. B strains accounted for 30% of tested viruses last week.
  • Tyre of Delhi-bound SpiceJet flight bursts at Chennai airport, passengers safe

    Tyre of Delhi-bound SpiceJet flight bursts at Chennai airport, passengers safe

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    Soon, the crew members informed the airport authorities that some "hydraulic" glitch had occurred in the plane, following which it decided to make an emergency landing at the airport, reported The News Minute. "We have inspected the tarmac and the runway and are doing the necessary fix and it will be ready soon", the top airport official said. The crew chose to turn back and landed safety at Chennai .
  • Arsenal boss Wenger: Aubameyang just like Henry

    Arsenal boss Wenger: Aubameyang just like Henry

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    But they are now back together again and even combined for Aubameyang's first ever Arsenal goal on his debut in the 5-1 mauling of Everton last weekend. Wenger tried to temper expectations. though, by pointing out that goals can be harder to come by in the Premier League. Arsenal winger Henrikh Mkhitaryan continues to throw shade at his former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho.
  • Premier League updates as Terriers take on Cherries

    Premier League updates as Terriers take on Cherries

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    The visitors quickly equalised when Stanislas gathered Ryan Fraser's cross and placed a low finish past Jonas Lossl but Mounie headed the hosts back in front before half-time from Aaron Mooy's free-kick. While Bournemouth looks relatively safe after recent wins against Arsenal and Chelsea in a seven-match unbeaten streak, manager Eddie Howe knows it can not afford any loss of form.
  • Olympic figure skater Yura Min overcomes wardrobe malfunction with calm and class

    Olympic figure skater Yura Min overcomes wardrobe malfunction with calm and class

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    Min wasn't too upset, joking about the malfunction as she came off the ice. "I was like, 'Oh no!' If that comes undone, the whole thing could just pop off. I didn't stop because you get a deduction if you stop in the middle of a program. "The fans kept cheering". "It is my first Olympic, and everything seems new, but the atmosphere of the ice rink was not different from other competitions", female skater Kim Min-sun also said.
  • Turkish, Free Syrian forces liberate village in W.Afrin

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    Demirtas, who ran against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Turkey's first direct presidential election in 2014 and led HDP to parliament in two general elections in 2015, said he would step down as co-chair and not stand for re-election. "This past week has been one of the bloodiest periods of the entire conflict, with wave after wave of deadly airstrikes leading to civilian casualties", UN Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said in an official statement.
  • West Brom boss Pardew: Sturridge no big head here

    West Brom boss Pardew: Sturridge no big head here

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    All I do know is at some point this team needs to win three games out of three or three games out of four. "Yes but I'm not thinking for only one moment of the possibility of going away from this club". "We need to put some points on the board and our performance and level of play, right up to Liverpool (a 3-2 FA Cup win), was probably the best we've been", he said.
  • Airline blames passengers after door falls off plane during landing

    Airline blames passengers after door falls off plane during landing

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    It is not clear in this case how such an accident resulted, however it shows airlines need ensure the emergency doors- which are accessible to passengers for an emergency situation-are not mishandled. "(I) couldn't quite comprehend that it (the door) had just fallen off" he wrote on twitter. "The flight was noisy with vibrations from the floor panel".
  • Purdue Pharma no longer marketing opioid medications to doctors

    Purdue Pharma no longer marketing opioid medications to doctors

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    As reported by the Wall Street Journal , Purdue will continue selling the drug, but will no longer send salespeople to doctors' offices to promote it. "Overall, the impact will be small because the genie is out of the bottle", Kolodny said. But he said the companies have promoted them as a treatment for chronic pain, for which they are more harmful and less helpful, because it's more profitable.
  • Trending Analyst Recommended Stock: American Electric Power Co., Inc. (AEP)

    Trending Analyst Recommended Stock: American Electric Power Co., Inc. (AEP)

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    Shares of American Electric Power Company, Inc.(NYSE:AEP) have seen a movement of -0.71% in the most recent session. (NYSE:AEP) has risen 7.63% since February 8, 2017 and is uptrending. Baldwin Brothers Ma holds 129 shares or 0% of its portfolio. 192,480 were accumulated by Hyman Charles D. Churchill Mgmt Corporation reported 0.05% of its portfolio in Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT).
  • Philadelphia Eagles are built for multiple Super Bowl runs

    Philadelphia Eagles are built for multiple Super Bowl runs

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    The Eagles are in a great position, with the team now experiencing what it takes to be successful, any future success they achieve will have a more normal feeling rather than seeming completely new. Overall, the Super Bowl is one of my favorite days of the year because I am surrounded by good food and even better company. "Thank you all. I love you all", he concluded.
  • North Korean Leader Invites South Korean President to Pyongyang

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    Tensions between the two soared previous year as Pyongyang launched intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of reaching the United States mainland and carried out by far its most powerful nuclear test to date . Echoing that widely held view was 44-year-old office worker Oh Eun Seok, who said: "It is a historic game". The letter delivered by "Special envoy Kim Yo-jong" stated her brother's "wish to improve inter-Korean relations", Moon's spokesman Kim Eui-kyeom said.
  • Time left to get flu shot

    Time left to get flu shot

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    New numbers out from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention show this year's flu season is on track to break records. "Obviously we're looking at a lot of illness this year", she said. "Hoosiers should do everything they can to protect themselves and their families, including getting a flu vaccine and staying home if they're sick".
  • Wike Politicizing Benue Killings - APC

    Wike Politicizing Benue Killings - APC

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    The Governor, who led a delegation of Rivers Elders on a condolence visit to Benue State in honour of those killed by Fulani herdsmen earlier in the year, said the amount was to assist the state government in providing relief materials and Medicare for those displaced by the crisis.
  • Congress Votes To End Shutdown After Six Hours

    Congress Votes To End Shutdown After Six Hours

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    Congress is aiming to prevent a government shutdown on Friday by passing a new spending bill by Thursday at midnight. Paul insisted in December he would not vote for any "budget-busting" spending bill. Friday's partial shutdown came after Republican Senator Rand Paul delayed the vote over his objections to a massive budget measure, which would lift spending caps on USA defence and domestic programmes by about $300-billion.
  • Woman's Facebook post will put you off using hand dryers

    Woman's Facebook post will put you off using hand dryers

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    We all want to do our part for the environment so instead of reaching for the stack of paper towels, we stick our hands into the hand dryer after washing in public toilets, right? Before you panic and vow to never use a hand dryer again, it's likely that if you're not getting sick or experiencing unusual symptoms, the hand dryer is having no effect.
  • New study finds a link between acne and depression

    New study finds a link between acne and depression

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    The Health Improvement Network is the largest digital database of medical records on the planet. "Given the tremendous burden of MDD and its temporal association with active acne, it is critical that physicians monitor mood symptoms in patients with acne and initiate prompt MDD management or seek consultation from a psychiatrist when needed", the authors write.
  • MN Rep. Nolan says he won't seek re-election to Congress

    MN Rep. Nolan says he won't seek re-election to Congress

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    This puts a dent in the Democrats plan to retake the House as they have pounced on districts of GOP representatives who have made a decision to retire. Rep. Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.), the head of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, issued a statement pushing back on GOP optimism. "We look forward to electing another Democrat to represent the hardworking people of northern Minnesota, who can carry on Rick's legacy", he said.
  • Bell Gardens Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia accused of groping former male staffer

    Bell Gardens Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia accused of groping former male staffer

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    The former staffer, Daniel Fierro of Cerritos, told POLITICO that Garcia, D-Bell Gardens, cornered him after the annual Assembly softball game while he was cleaning up the dugout. "I refuse to work with (Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra ) and anyone who takes part in harassment or assault", she tweeted in October after it was reported Bocanegra had been disciplined in 2009 for groping a colleague.
  • National Pizza Day deals and freebies

    National Pizza Day deals and freebies

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    Even Baskin Robbins is getting in on the action! One is in the Brookside shopping area. In honor of National Pizza Day , the pizza chain is offering a 25% off coupon on February 9 for all regular priced items on its menu. Domino's: Choose two or more items from a select menu for $5.99 each. Get one large three-topping pizza for $7.99. Here's where you can get some dough - without spending much at all.
  • Redrow (RDW) Rating Increased to Buy at Numis Securities

    Redrow (RDW) Rating Increased to Buy at Numis Securities

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    Numis now has a GBX 1650.00 PT on the 24.01 billion GBP market cap company or 8.86% upside potential. The stock decreased 2.53% or $0.47 during the last trading session, reaching $18.08. Jefferies maintained Ashtead Group plc (LON:AHT) rating on Thursday, October 22. Cantor Fitzgerald has "Buy" rating and $34.0 target. The firm has "Equal-Weight" rating by Barclays Capital given on Tuesday, August 9.
  • Scientists grow human eggs to maturity in lab

    Scientists grow human eggs to maturity in lab

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    The major breakthrough could pave the way for a new era of fertility treatments . Professor Evelyn Telfer, personal chair in reproductive biology at the university's school of biological sciences, said: " Being able to fully develop human eggs in the lab could widen the scope of available fertility treatments ".
  • 34 new flu deaths reported in NC

    34 new flu deaths reported in NC

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    U.S. experts say despite its severity, the current flu season has not reached "pandemic" proportions. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment reports that the influenza has directly caused 65 deaths in Kansas. "It also gave us the opportunity to let people know that if they wish to they can still get vaccinated and it would be worthwhile to do so". It's obvious but so important that if you start getting sick to stay away from large groups of people and stay home from work while ...
  • Seattle clears pot convictions, following San Francisco lead

    Seattle clears pot convictions, following San Francisco lead

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    A news release from Mayor Jenny Durkan and City Attorney Pete Holmes states there were 240,000 pot arrests between 1986 and 2010, including more than 65,000 in King County. Durkan discussed how she witnessed firsthand how the War on Drugs affected minority communities and how she's worked to rectify those wrongs in the past.
  • NHS crisis: January was the second-worst month for A&E

    NHS crisis: January was the second-worst month for A&E

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    Nuffield Trust Chief Economist John Appleby said: "The figures provide hard evidence on just how bad a winter the NHS is having: over 80,000 patients waited on trolleys for more than four hours at A&E in January, of whom over 1,000 were waiting for over 12 hours".
  • Nancy Pelosi tells US House immigrant stories for eight hours

    Nancy Pelosi tells US House immigrant stories for eight hours

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    Republicans pointed to money they have long sought for the Pentagon . McConnell and Schumer announced a two-year, $300 billion budget deal that includes $7 billion in funding for community health centers, as well as a four-year funding extension for the Children's Health Insurance Program ( CHIP ).