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Grande later posted on her Instagram story a video of Gallagher performing the tribute and remembering the 22 lives lost in the bombing, which took place outside Manchester Arena on May 22. A source said: " Ariana desperately wanted to come - she was so ill but she still wanted to get on the plane". "It will be the biggest talking point of the night", an insider told them.
  • AbbVie Inc (ABBV) Position Boosted by Griffin Asset Management Inc

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    AbbVie Inc has a fifty-two week low of $61.30 and a fifty-two week high of $125.86. Overall, 14.12 Million shares exchanged hands versus its average volume of $12.59 Million. As per Monday, October 16, the company rating was maintained by SunTrust. Jefferies maintained AbbVie Inc. (NYSE:ABBV) on Sunday, July 30 with "Hold" rating.
  • US Law Firms Must Prepare For GDPR, Panel Warns

    US Law Firms Must Prepare For GDPR, Panel Warns

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    Dr Isa Pantami, Director-General of NITDA said this in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja. Fleet operators and suppliers must assess their entire supply chain to ensure they're covered for the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR ).
  • Tampa Lawmaker's Aide Fired After Claiming Parkland Students Are Actors

    Tampa Lawmaker's Aide Fired After Claiming Parkland Students Are Actors

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    Mr. Kelly's email referred to Emma González , 18, and David Hogg , 17, two seniors who have been outspoken in the days since the shooting. Following Harrison's post, Kelly wrote that he's been "terminated from the State House" because he "tried to inform a reporter of information relating to his story regarding a school shooting.
  • Trump directs DOJ to ban 'bump stock' gun accessories

    Trump directs DOJ to ban 'bump stock' gun accessories

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    Bump stocks are an accessory that enables semi-automatic rifles to fire more rapidly, at the cost of precision. Nikolas Cruz , the 19-year-old accused of the February 15 killings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., did not use a bump stock , authorities have said.
  • Strong link confirmed between drinking and dementia

    Strong link confirmed between drinking and dementia

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    Analysis revealed that alcohol use disorders were linked to a threefold increased risk for all types of dementia and "were the strongest modifiable risk factor for dementia onset" (adjusted HR = 3.34 [95% CI, 3.28-3.41] for women; HR = 3.36 [95% CI, 3.31-3.41] for men).
  • Florida shooting victims honored with heroism medals

    Florida shooting victims honored with heroism medals

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    Three Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps cadets killed in last week's shooting at a South Florida high school have received medals from the U.S. Army for heroism, the military branch said Tuesday. "The performance must have involved the acceptance of danger and extraordinary responsibilities, exemplifying praiseworthy fortitude and courage", the Army said.
  • Congress and President to blame for mass shooting in Florida

    Congress and President to blame for mass shooting in Florida

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    Of the 808 adults surveyed from February 15-18, 62 percent of people do not think the president is doing enough to prevent mass shootings, with 77 percent believing Congress is not doing enough to tackle the problem. Majorities across party lines pointed directly to Congress while responses on the president's actions appeared more divided. The poll results came days after a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla ., about 25 miles northwest of Fort Lauderdale, left ...
  • Ahiara diocese: Catholic Bishop, Okpalaeke resigns

    Ahiara diocese: Catholic Bishop, Okpalaeke resigns

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    The announcement came after Francis in June issued a harsh ultimatum to the priests of Nigeria's southern Ahiara Diocese , warning they would lose their jobs if they didn't obey him and accept Monsignor Peter Okpaleke as their bishop . Some Nigerian Catholics who defied the Pope on the appointment of a new bishop have finally had their way. "That's especially risky in a place like Nigeria, where we have so many differences of tribal positions and so on", Cardinal John Onaiyekan - ...
  • Two Thirds Of Americans Support Stricter Gun Laws

    Two Thirds Of Americans Support Stricter Gun Laws

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    Even among firearm owners, 50 per cent support stricter gun laws, while 44 per cent are happy with the status quo. Several legislative proposals were introduced after a shooter killed 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in CT in 2012, including a ban on semi-automatic weapons like the one used last week in Florida , banning high-capacity magazines of over 10 bullets and a universal background check bill.
  • Malcolm Butler rumors: 5 best fits in National Football League free agency

    Malcolm Butler rumors: 5 best fits in National Football League free agency

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    That wasn't a secret to the guys on the team. For Butler's part, the impending free agent didn't mince words after the loss. McCourty is the first person associated with the Patriots to speak out on the Butler situation, with owner Robert Kraft and cornerback Eric Rowe , who started in place of Butler , claiming not to know much.
  • Sheep-human hybrids pave the future for organ transplants: Scientists

    Sheep-human hybrids pave the future for organ transplants: Scientists

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    Robin Lovell-Badge, head of the division of stem cell biology and developmental genetics at the Francis Crick Institute in London, said there is a chance the human body could reject a transplant organ grown in an animal as it might contain blood vessels of the host, according to a report in The Guardian .
  • PNB Fraud: Gitanjali's CFO, VP and board member quit

    PNB Fraud: Gitanjali's CFO, VP and board member quit

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    The company's vice-president (compliance) and company secretary Pankhuri has resigned with effect from 13 February, while Karkare has resigned from the post of CFO effective from 15 February, Gitanjali said in a regulatory filing. The scam involved bank officials allegedly handing out fake Letters of Understanding on behalf of companies associated with Modi, which allowed him to access massive foreign exchange loans that were completely unsecured.
  • Fergie apologizes for rendition of national anthem at NBA All-Star Game

    Fergie apologizes for rendition of national anthem at NBA All-Star Game

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    HollywoodReporter.com reported that the singer said, "I've always been honoured and proud to perform the national anthem and last night I wanted to try something special for the NBA ". As well as the national anthem, the pre-match entertainment at the All-Star game featured a 15-minute opener from Kevin Hart, and the whole thing left Khloe Kardashian "confused".
  • Husband of slain MP Jo Cox steps down after misconduct claim

    Husband of slain MP Jo Cox steps down after misconduct claim

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    Now he's resigning from two of those organizations over sexual assault allegations. He was accused in the Mail on Sunday of assaulting a woman at Harvard University in 2015. We all make mistakes. Jo Cox , a Labour MP, was shot and stabbed outside her constituency office in West Yorkshire by a far-right extremist during the European Union referendum campaign in June 2016.
  • United Nations draft calls for measures over Iran missiles to Yemen

    United Nations draft calls for measures over Iran missiles to Yemen

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    During his speech at the Munich Security Conference on Sunday, Saudi Arabia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir said that Iran has trained several terrorist factions and executed terrorist operations around the world. "Since the signing of the nuclear agreement, the Iranian regime's support of unsafe militias and terror groups has markedly increased". In a New York Times editorial published at the weekend, US Ambassador Nikki Haley made the case that United Nations action ...
  • Booze beats exercise for living past 90, study finds

    Booze beats exercise for living past 90, study finds

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    As the Independent reports, an aging study analyzing the health and lifestyle of 1,700 nonagenarians - that's people in their 90s - has found that consuming alcohol can boost a person's longevity. The researchers perform various tests, including neurological, neuropsychological, cognitive, and physical examinations, while obtaining a wide variety of information that includes medical history, activities, diet, and many others.
  • Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah hits back at PM Modi for 'Commission' remark

    Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah hits back at PM Modi for 'Commission' remark

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    During his stay in the poll-bound state, the PM will also participate in various public functions. As part of his overall itinerary, PM Modi flagged off the train. They are demanding facilities today which they should had provided during their tenure. "If you really feel about those things why didn't you do something when you were in power for 50 years".
  • Boko haram storms government girls secondary school in Yobe

    Boko haram storms government girls secondary school in Yobe

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    Buratai had also charged Nigerian troops to capture Shekau alive or dead. Reports said residents of the town, students and their teachers fled into the bush when the terrorists arrived in about five pick up vans. We are yet to know if there are casualties because, everyone in the town has scampered for safety. At a previous mass trial, held in October, more than 400 suspects were released, with just 45 jailed for their roles in the Boko Haram insurgency which has killed more than 20,000 ...
  • Low-Fat, Low-Carb Diet Study Shows They Work About the Same

    Low-Fat, Low-Carb Diet Study Shows They Work About the Same

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    Gardner said in a press release . The findings were published in the February 20 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association . Participants were randomly assigned to the 12-month healthy low-fat diet (n = 305) or healthy low-carbohydrate diet (n = 304); both diets were delivered by health educators during 22 diet-specific small group sessions that focused on methods for achieving the lowest fat or carbohydrate intake.
  • Trump, Florida Governor Slam FBI Over Parkland School Shooting

    Trump, Florida Governor Slam FBI Over Parkland School Shooting

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    The bureau was and is still investigating the facts. To others, she wrote: "Please kiss your children, tell them you love them, stand by them no matter what they want to be". The FBI charges Donald Trump with the responsibility for the massacre at Florida School by posting to a twitter in which he accuses the service of failing to "read" the warning signs sent by the offender.
  • FDA Adds to Kratom Safety Concerns Linking Multistate Salmonella Outbreak

    FDA Adds to Kratom Safety Concerns Linking Multistate Salmonella Outbreak

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    Eleven people have gone to the hospital, but so far no one has died. The bad news about kratom continues with the CDC's announcement, which says a nationwide bout of salmonellosis, or salmonella infections, may be related to it. These products are made from the eponymous plant. It warned that people who use kratom in place of opioids subject themselves "to an unregulated product that has not been proven safe or effective".
  • Survivors of Florida high school shooting call for action on gun control

    Survivors of Florida high school shooting call for action on gun control

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    It calls it a precursor for midterm elections in 2018, which it hopes will turn the tide in gun politics. "If the president wants to come up to me and tell me to my face that it was a awful tragedy and... The Network for Public Education , an advocacy organization for public schools, meanwhile, announced a "national day of action" on April 20, the anniversary of the 1999 shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado, in which two students opened fire on their classmates, killing 12 ...
  • Study says Flu vaccine may be control of heart attack

    Study says Flu vaccine may be control of heart attack

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    Dr. Anne Schuchat , acting director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , has described the United States as having "a very hard season" marked by deaths and hospitalizations nationwide. The authors note that they studied only people who were sick enough to come to the doctor and get tested. The flu season lasts from October through May, so we still have several more months to go.
  • World Health Organization reports 400% increase in measles cases in 2017

    World Health Organization reports 400% increase in measles cases in 2017

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    Romania has one of Europe's lowest measles vaccination rates. "Over 20,000 cases of measles, and 35 lives lost in 2017 alone, are a tragedy we simply can not accept". "Over 20,000 cases of measles, and 35 lives lost in 2017 alone, are a tragedy we simply can not accept", said Dr Zsuzsanna Jakab, WHO Regional Director for Europe.
  • Autism test could allow for earlier diagnosis and treatment in children

    Autism test could allow for earlier diagnosis and treatment in children

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    This is why a direct, objective physical test would be extremely useful. It's estimated that one in 200 people Australians are affected by autism , and it's four times more prevalent in boys than girls. Similar damage may be occurring in the brain in autism. They also confirmed the previously held belief that mutations of amino acid transporters are a genetic variant associated with ASD.
  • Schumer: Trump budget cuts funds for gun background checks

    Schumer: Trump budget cuts funds for gun background checks

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    Nikolas Cruz, charged with killing 17 people, sat silently with his head bowed during a procedural hearing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in what is expected to be a lengthy and emotional prosecution. "I mean, we could go into it, but it's a little bit soon to go into it". Chuck Schumer, the Senate Democratic minority leader, noted that Trump's proposed 2019 budget would actually cut spending on the background check program.
  • Dog food recalled, products get pulled from shelves

    Dog food recalled, products get pulled from shelves

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    The Smucker Company said in a statement Thursday that it started a voluntary recall of its wet canned food products including Gravy Train, Kibbles "N Bits , Ol" Roy, and Skippy, distributed by 2016 until now, the Associated Press reported.
  • Google AI can predict heart disease through your eyes faster than doctors

    Google AI can predict heart disease through your eyes faster than doctors

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    The new tech could enable doctors to screen their patients easier and give them the proper treatment and could also enable patients to assess their health risks by themselves. "Given the retinal image of one patient who (up to 5 years) later experienced a major CV event (such as a heart attack) and the image of another patient who did not, our algorithm could pick out the patient who had the CV event 70% of the time".
  • South Korea's Jin Young Ko wins Australian Open

    South Korea's Jin Young Ko wins Australian Open

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    Ko, who started Sunday with a four-shot break, has picked up one birdie on her front nine at Kooyonga to be 12-under for the tournament. Ko is the first LPGA player in 67 years to win in her official debut. Ko said she felt "lots" of nerves over the final round. This allowed Choi to get one shot behind Ko after the first nine. She birdied four of her initial 10 holes to be among a group of 10 golfers on four under 68.
  • Buhari on private visit to Daura

    Buhari on private visit to Daura

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    Buhari had on Thursday flown to Daura from Abuja ahead of the meeting, which many believed was scheduled to hold in his home town because of the importance he attached to it. He said the governors also used the opportunity to commend the President for appointing Asiwaju Bola Tinubu as APC Chief Mediator. But the governor has described them as "mere attention seekers" and fingered the senator representing Kaduna North, Suleiman Hunkuyi, as the brain behind the ploy.
  • Florida school shooting: Federal Bureau of Investigation under pressure over failure to act

    Florida school shooting: Federal Bureau of Investigation under pressure over failure to act

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    Lauderdale, Fla., on Thursday. The more than 1,700 high school JROTC programs nationally also receive financial support from the U.S. military and are typically supervised by retired officers from the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines. The now-assailant, who is expected to plead guilty to the murders, also shared a selfie wearing body armor he recently purchased online at a discount.
  • Flu claims 2 more lives in Clark County

    Flu claims 2 more lives in Clark County

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    There's only been one other time in the last decade when the flu vaccine did a worse job. According to ISDH's weekly influenza report , emergency departments and outpatient providers continue to see increased visits from individuals with flu-like illness.
  • 3 more child deaths from flu reported in Minnesota

    3 more child deaths from flu reported in Minnesota

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    In preliminary data federal health officials released this week, the vaccine has proved 25 percent effective against this hard season's most common and troublesome strain, known as H3N2. Past flu season vaccines have had effectiveness ranging from 10% to 60%. Across the state, clinics are offering free flu shots at health departments sponsored by the state Department of Health because of this particularly deadly virus.
  • Winter Olympics: The latest from PyeongChang

    Winter Olympics: The latest from PyeongChang

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    The United States - five gold , two silver and two bronze - Austria, Japan and Olympic Athletes of Russian Federation all hold nine medals for their respective nations. He will cheer for South Korean athletes competing in the women's 15-hundred meters and the men's one-thousand meter events taking place at the Gangneung Ice Arena in Gangwon Province.