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But despite the film's success, it appears someone at Tesco had never heard of it. Despite the film making more than $704m (£504.1m) in just two weeks, the supermarket seemed unfamiliar with the superhero's name. It's one of the best Marvel movies , and I think it's only going to get better as it ages. But none of that compares to Shuri's Black Panther designs, which unfurled an efficiently armored full-body suit from a single, masculine necklace.
  • Flu season makes impact across Colorado

    Flu season makes impact across Colorado

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    This is not the vaccination that is turning the situation worse. The percentage of visits for influenza-like illnesses dropped from 13 percent to 11 percent of overall visits, according to reporting hospitals and clinics in the most recent DSHS report.
  • Fathers Face Off in Netflix's The Week Of Trailer Debut

    Fathers Face Off in Netflix's The Week Of Trailer Debut

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    Rachel Dratch , Steve Buscemi , Roland Buck III, and Allison Strong are also amongst the cast. Sandler and Netflix have enjoyed this project so much, they have signed a second deal which will kick into effect sometime next year with a whole new set of movies.
  • Popular DASH diet could cut depression risk, study finds

    Popular DASH diet could cut depression risk, study finds

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    Researchers evaluated the diets and depression assessments of 964 patients (mean age, 81.32 years). The DASH diet , which stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension, is based on eating a heart-healthy diet of vegetables, grains, fruit, and, low-fat and dairy-free foods.
  • Apple hiring medical professionals for wellness clinics

    Apple hiring medical professionals for wellness clinics

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    The company has posted jobs, including primary care physician , acute care physician, medical assistant, nurse practitioner and nurse coordinator, among others. About 12,000 employees work at Apple's headquarters. Cook told attendees that Apple wants to make a "significant contribution" in health care, beyond its fitness-related app offerings.
  • Delhi diamond exporter booked for Rs 389-crore OBC loan fraud

    Delhi diamond exporter booked for Rs 389-crore OBC loan fraud

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    The company was also dealing with some companies which are not in existence. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) registered a case against Delhi-based jeweler Dwarka Das Seth International for an alleged fraud worth Rs 389.95 crore towards Oriental Bank of Commerce.
  • Penn State Out-Shoots Gophers 61-15; Gophers Fall 5-1

    Penn State Out-Shoots Gophers 61-15; Gophers Fall 5-1

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    The Huskers held Penn State to just 20 percent (7-35) shooting in the half, including 3-of-13 (.231) threes. Sunday's game features a bubble team who's NCAA Tournament chances are hanging on by a string, and a declining bubble team that is starting to fall out of the picture.
  • 5 arrested at Stockton high school anti-gun walkouts

    5 arrested at Stockton high school anti-gun walkouts

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    As high schools threaten students with disciplinary action if they leave class to protest against gun violence, colleges across New England are telling prospective students they won't be rejected for participating in protests. President Trump, for his part, declared his intent to tighten the necessary background checks for gun sales and directed the US Justice Department to move to ban devices like the rapid-fire bump stocks used in last year's Las Vegas massacre.
  • Russian Federation ban remains for Pyeongchang 2018 closing ceremony — IOC

    Russian Federation ban remains for Pyeongchang 2018 closing ceremony — IOC

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    Bach claimed that he was "not aware" of the case before citing a quote by French biathlete Martin Fourcade praising Russian participation in events. However, 168 Russian athletes are allowed to compete in the Games under a neutral flag. Rodchenkov fled for the U.S. in 2015 and is living under federal protection. "This sanction (then) can be lifted if the OAR delegation is continuing to be compliant with the International Olympic Committee decision of December 5; and if no new doping ...
  • These major companies are cutting ties with the NRA

    These major companies are cutting ties with the NRA

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    The airlines, Delta and United , have become the latest large companies to sever marketing ties with the NRA, saying they were no longer offering NRA members discounted rates and would ask the organisation to remove their information from its website.
  • Montreal Canadiens forward traded to Toronto Maple Leafs

    Montreal Canadiens forward traded to Toronto Maple Leafs

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    BC-HKN-Lightning-Canadiens, 1st Ld-Writethru, 479 Point leads Lightning over Canadiens, 4-3 in shootoutAP Photo GMH110, GMH112, GMH114, GMH115, GMH116, GMH113, GMH111Eds: Lightning 4, Canadiens 3. He is the grandson of Leafs legend Bob Baun. Valiev was Toronto's third-round pick (No. 68 overall) in 2014. He has 37 career National Hockey League games under his belt with just two goals and ten helpers.
  • Trump processes Florida students' grief as president, parent

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    Must be firearms adept &have annual training". The shooting lasted about six minutes. A White House official said the president was not endorsing or ruling out any specific policy. Now under federal law, anyone 18 or over can buy a gun from a private, unlicensed seller, although a handful of states have set the minimum age at 21.
  • Florida governor calls for changes after shooting

    Florida governor calls for changes after shooting

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    But, as to the question of whether semi-automatics can be banned- CT did so in 2013 after the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting. After Columbine , President Bill Clinton convened a "youth violence summit" and commissioned a study by the surgeon general to look at the role of pop culture, violent video games and what the administration called " the roots of youthful angst and alienation ".
  • You're engaging in deliberate falsehood — APC to PDP

    You're engaging in deliberate falsehood — APC to PDP

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    PDP Attacks Buhari, APC, Lai Mohamed:daily postThe Peoples' Democratic Party, PDP, has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of being responsible for Nigeria's economic woes. He specifically mentioned Kogi, Kaduna, Kano, and Adamawa as the key states where Odigie-Oyegun is working to frustrate his efforts in reconciling aggrieved members of the party.
  • Kohli, Dhoni rested for Nidahas Trophy

    Kohli, Dhoni rested for Nidahas Trophy

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    Shikhar Dhawan has been appointed vice-captain. Those 4 players are MS Dhoni , Bhuvneshwar Kumar , Jasprit Bumrah and Hardik Pandya. Keeping in mind the upcoming schedule, the board has chose to rest Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni for the series.
  • New Trump plan would give teachers bonuses for carrying guns in class

    New Trump plan would give teachers bonuses for carrying guns in class

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    Darrell Scott, whose daughter Rachel was killed in the 1999 Columbine shooting, described how she was shot, while her brother had a gun pointed at him as he lay covered with blood from his slain friends. "They're into doing background checks that maybe they wouldn't be thinking about" a few weeks ago", he said . Florida Governor Rick Scott also criticized the Federal Bureau of Investigation for failing so far to provide details about why it did not respond to the tip.
  • CDC employee missing after calling in sick, police say

    CDC employee missing after calling in sick, police say

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    To get into their son's home, they claimed having to use a spare key. When Cunningham didn't respond to text messages and phone calls his anxious parents drove from Maryland to his home in Atlanta where his cell phone, auto keys and wallet were found untouched, along with the beloved dog that he "never leaves unattended".
  • Rahul Gandhi targets PM after another bank loan fraud surfaces

    Rahul Gandhi targets PM after another bank loan fraud surfaces

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    Congress president Rahul Gandhi , who is on a three-day visit to Karnataka, will on Sunday visit Baglakot and Bilajpur districts in the state. However, in neighbouring Haryana, rival camps led by state unit chief Ashok Tanwar and former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, respectively, continue to flex muscles to present themselves as the potential leader.In Karnataka, where Assembly polls are scheduled in April, Rahul is campaigning aggressively while also fighting to keep the rivalries ...
  • Fergie's ex defends her unique take on the national anthem

    Fergie's ex defends her unique take on the national anthem

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    By now, you might know that Fergie's unusual rendition of the National Anthem didn't go over to well. Although Josh says Fergie also knows she could've done better, he insists that she is "crazy talented", and he doesn't have a single bad word to say about her.
  • India to seek reasonable price for crude oil from Saudi Arabia: Pradhan

    India to seek reasonable price for crude oil from Saudi Arabia: Pradhan

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    A deal between the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its partners aimed at shrinking a global glut began in 2017 and runs through the end of this year. Oil prices have doubled from their lows in 2015-2016 after the cuts. USA oil inventories fell last week. The production curbs may be eased "sometime in 2019, but we don't know when and we don't know how" Al-Falih said.
  • Jason Lewis Takes Sarah Jessica Parker's Side In Feud With Kim Cattrall

    Jason Lewis Takes Sarah Jessica Parker's Side In Feud With Kim Cattrall

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    The highly-publicized feud between Kim Cattrall and Sarah Jessica Parker received another new wrinkle. "I might just have to say yeah.what a gracious lady". There has always been talk of animosity between Cattrall and Parker, with fans blaming the former for the cancellation of a " Sex and the City 3" film.
  • Bomb blasts injure 2 in Myanmar's Rakhine state

    Bomb blasts injure 2 in Myanmar's Rakhine state

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    Tin Maung Swe, Rakhine's state secretary, told the Deutsche Presse-Agentur news agency that one explosion "was nearby my home", adding that the two other bombs targeted a school and a courthouse. Unlike the Rohingya Muslims , the Rakhine are recognised by the government as an ethnic minority but are still marginalised in a country historically dominated by the Bamar (Burmese) majority.
  • Not lovin' it: School's beef with 'meet me at McDonald's' haircut

    Not lovin' it: School's beef with 'meet me at McDonald's' haircut

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    The Inspirational Trust recently took over the school and renamed it Charter Academy, but parents have set up a Facebook group titled " Yarmouth High Worried Parents ". A school in the United Kingdom has taken the fairly extreme measure of banning "extreme hairstyles" on male students. Or are schools cracking down on anything they see to be "trendy" to keep pupils uniformed? A school in the United Kingdom back in 2016 threatened a transgender student with suspension for wearing her female ...
  • Napoli win but exit Europa League, Lazio's Immobile hits hat-trick

    Napoli win but exit Europa League, Lazio's Immobile hits hat-trick

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    Lorenzo Insigne added the second four minutes from time. Leipzig , now fifth in the Bundesliga, stunned Napoli at home after coming from a goal down with three late strikes last week, enough to advance on away goals. Italy forward Ciro Immobile scored either side of a goal from Angolan defender Bastos. "We must step on to the field with the desire to win and prove ourselves".
  • Matic insists Man Utd can still do 'big things'

    Matic insists Man Utd can still do 'big things'

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    With City holding a seemingly insurmountable 16-point lead atop the standings, United , Chelsea , Liverpool , Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal are battling to secure a top-four finish with 11 games remaining. "I don't know (why he has not scored against top-six sides) but I'm not anxious", Mourinho said . Think you can do better than Lawro? United have lost 18 Premier League games and conceded 67 goals against Chelsea , more than versus any other team in the division.
  • Arjun Kapoor And Parineeti Chopra

    Arjun Kapoor And Parineeti Chopra "Excited" For Namastey England

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    The release date of Namaste England is slated for 7 Dec 2018. The first look of the film Namaste England was also unveiled on 23 February. Parineeti Chopra was seen holidaying in the attractive islands of Maldives, while Arjun Kapoor was occupied with his cousin Mohit Marwah's wedding which took place in United Arab Emirates.
  • This Pakistani admirer of Priya Varrier croons 'Manikya Malaraya...' so well

    This Pakistani admirer of Priya Varrier croons 'Manikya Malaraya...' so well

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    In the video, we can see the " Aarya " star imitating the cute wink of Priya for his son, Allu Ayaan. Samantha's fan say that Samantha's expressions are definitely cuter than Malayalam actress Priya Prakash Varrier's . On her Twitter page, Priya shared a photo of the master blaster in attendance at the Indian Super League match between Kerala and Chennai. A few days ago, it was reported that the 18-year-old has been approached by a couple of Bollywood directors who want to give her a ...
  • David Wagner turns up the heat on West Brom

    David Wagner turns up the heat on West Brom

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    The Premier League cellar dwellers West Brom are understood to be keeping a close eye on Ostersunds boss Graham Potter, as the former Baggies player harbours hopes of working in the English top flight. Alan Pardew's side have lost their last four games in all competitions. The Hammers reached 30 points with a 2-0 win over Watford last time out, some turnaround given the East Londoners were languishing in the relegation zone with just nine points when the Scot took over in November.
  • Crews used boats to help residents amid Midwest flooding

    Crews used boats to help residents amid Midwest flooding

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    Shortly after 8 in the morning the Coast Guard station in St. Joseph asking for a welfare check on two people who lived in a mandatory evacuation zone. Officials had not estimated the extent of the property damage, which was concentrated in low-lying areas. In fact, a state of emergency was declared in the towns of Elkhart and Goshen.
  • MPs back opt-out organ donor scheme for England

    MPs back opt-out organ donor scheme for England

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    Mr Robinson told MPs that the United Kingdom had some of the lowest rates of consent in Western Europe and while levels of organ donation were considerably higher than a decade ago, he was anxious a "certain inertia" had set in. Conservative MP Michelle Donelan said: "When 3 people die a day because of a lack of organs, while 8 out of 10 people say they would be willing to be an organ donor but are not formally on the register, it is time that we take action".
  • European Union leaders debate jobs race, Brexit budget hole

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    May's "inner Cabinet" was due to meet through the afternoon and evening at Chequers, the prime minister's country retreat outside London . "It's one way of getting frictionless trade but it's not the only way", he told BBC radio. However, the bloc has warned it may not that reach an agreement without an idea of the two sides' future ties, a solution to the conundrum over the border with European Union member Ireland and an agreement on the bloc's top court whose jurisdiction Britain wants ...
  • Lead And Arsenic Found In E-Cigarette Vapors, Study Finds

    Lead And Arsenic Found In E-Cigarette Vapors, Study Finds

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    As vaping continues to become a passable alternative to smoking, which is harmful, a new study sheds light on the potentially hazardous effects of vaporizers. Precisely how metals get from the coil into the surrounding e-liquid is another mystery. Nearly 50 percent of aerosol samples had lead concentrations higher than health-based limits defined by the Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Retinal Images Can Be Used to Predict CV Risk, Says Google Study

    Retinal Images Can Be Used to Predict CV Risk, Says Google Study

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    By looking at the human eye, Google's algorithms were able to predict whether someone had high blood pressure or was at risk of a heart attack or stroke, Google researchers said Monday, opening a new opportunity for artificial intelligence in the vast and lucrative global health industry.
  • Invests $506000 in British American Tobacco PLC (NYSE:BTI) Stock

    Invests $506000 in British American Tobacco PLC (NYSE:BTI) Stock

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    The financial company have set PT of GBX 6000.00 on British American Tobacco PLC (LON:BATS) shares. The stock price volatility remained at 1.71% in recent month and reaches at 1.50% for the week. The rating was maintained by Stifel Nicolaus on Thursday, October 19 with "Buy". Several equities analysts have recently issued reports on BTI shares.
  • Benches refer land acquisition cases to CJI

    Benches refer land acquisition cases to CJI

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    That efficiently stalled the application of the February 8 judgment by the Justice Arun Mishra-led bench. Incidentally, the 2014 verdict was rendered unanimously by former Chief Justice R M Lodha, Justices Kurian Joseph and M B Lokur, holding that "the deposit of compensation amount in the government treasury is of no avail and can not be held to be equivalent to compensation paid to the landowners/persons interested".
  • Low-carb versus low-fat diet - which one is better?

    Low-carb versus low-fat diet - which one is better?

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    But even though they didn't quite hit their targets, most people lost weight, whatever group they were in. The diet was delivered by health educators, with sessions focusing on ways to achieve the lowest fat or carbohydrate intake that could be maintained long-term and emphasized diet quality.
  • Vonn straddles gate, Shiffrin takes silver in women's Alpine combined

    Vonn straddles gate, Shiffrin takes silver in women's Alpine combined

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    Shiffrin didn't compete in the women's downhill on Wednesday but she has trained on the course and that experience, allied with her slalom skills, should stand her in good stead for the combined. The U.S. women's hockey team goes for its first Olympic gold medal since the inaugural tournament in 1998. She leaves here with one gold and one silver, an enormous accomplishment for any athlete here.
  • CT reports 20 more flu deaths

    CT reports 20 more flu deaths

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    Tulsa County continues to lead in the number of deaths with 32. No flu-related deaths have been reported publicly in the Triad and Northwest N.C. Some county health directors have declined to disclose flu-related deaths, citing DHHS privacy policies.
  • FluMist back on CDC's recommended list of flu vaccines

    FluMist back on CDC's recommended list of flu vaccines

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    The only non-injected flu vaccine is back on the recommended list for the 2018-19 flu season, although the strain still needs to be approved by the U.S. The needle-free FluMist influenza vaccine is coming back to the USA after two years off the market, promising a less painful way for people to inoculate themselves against the infectious disease.
  • 50 girls missing from Nigerian town after Boko Haram attack

    50 girls missing from Nigerian town after Boko Haram attack

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    In a statement signed by Abdullahi Bego, the Spokesman to Gov. Ibrahim, Gaidam , said they were misled by a top security agent on the issue. The rescued girls were returned to the village of Dapchi late on Wednesday evening, Umar and other residents said.
  • Trump considers pulling ICE out of California to let the state learn

    Trump considers pulling ICE out of California to let the state learn

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    On Jan. 1 this year, California's Senate Bill 4 came into effect, which made the whole state a sanctuary for illegal aliens-including convicted criminal-and shields them from immigration enforcement. Last Friday, as ICE announced results of an operation in the Los Angeles area that included more than 200 arrests, Homan declared, "Fewer jail arrests mean more arrests on the street, and that also requires more resources, which is why we are forced to send additional resources to those areas to ...
  • Dan Biggar's oxygen chamber regime to breathe new life into Wales

    Dan Biggar's oxygen chamber regime to breathe new life into Wales

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    Wales gain them. Gatland came into the tournament with a whole host of Test stars missing. We are a lot more focused on what we do have. "We have been pleased with how the forward pack has been going and how they have worked as a unit, but as always, there is pressure for them to perform, too".