Thursday July 20-th, 2017

Seven arrested at West Ham vs Chelsea match Seven arrested at West Ham vs Chelsea match

The Hammers' EFL Cup win over Chelsea on Wednesday was overshadowed by a series of clashes between rival supporters, both inside and in the surrounding areas of the east London club's new home. "West Ham United and London Stadium partners unreser...

Early interaction can help autistic children, study shows Early interaction can help autistic children, study shows

Meleri Thomas, of National Autistic Society Cymru, said: "This long-term study demonstrates that early intervention focused on helping parents communicate with their autistic children, goes on to makes a positive difference for autistic children fr...

Women catching up with men in drinking habits Women catching up with men in drinking habits

Women are now drinking so much that they have nearly as big an alcohol problem as men, according to a review of studies around the world. Historically, men have been more likely to demonstrate alcohol abuse and related harm. Public-health rese...

Merck quarterly revenue beats, raises full-year forecast Merck quarterly revenue beats, raises full-year forecast

Keytruda inhibits the activity of programmed death ligand 1, or PD-L1, a key protein that hinders a patient's T-cell's from identifying and killing cancer cells. "There is probably a group of patients who could benefit from PD-1 inhibition but who a...

Uber visits Albany to provide flu fighting essentials Uber visits Albany to provide flu fighting essentials

The popular ride sharing service Uber is offering a unique way for Rhode Islanders to get vaccinated. "Honestly, I just wanted to prevent the flu because I've had it two times this year and it's been pretty bad", Diaz said. Once complete, Uber says t...

Tom Hayden, famed 1960s anti-war activist, dies at 76 Tom Hayden, famed 1960s anti-war activist, dies at 76

But he changed paths, winning election to the California Assembly and state Senate where he served for almost two decades. It began as the Chicago 8 trial, but one defendant, Bobby Seale, was denied the lawyer of his choice, was bound and gagged by t...

Meet Lynlee: The Miracle Baby Who Was Born Twice Meet Lynlee: The Miracle Baby Who Was Born Twice

A sacrococcygeal teratoma is a tumor that grows in a baby's coccyx-typically called a tailbone - before it is born. By the time surgeons were given the green light, Lynlee was nearly 24 weeks old and the tumour was almost the same size as the bab...

Spain's Socialists to vote on ending political impasse Spain's Socialists to vote on ending political impasse

Today, the policy-setting federal committee of the deeply-divided Socialists (PSOE) voted 139 to 96 for abstaining, the grouping announced on its Twitter feed. Writing in his blog, he argued that only the Socialists could enable a government to be fo...

More than 80 people arrested near Dakota Access Pipeline site More than 80 people arrested near Dakota Access Pipeline site

Pepper spray was used by law enforcement Saturday as 200 to 300 protesters gathered during the early morning hours at a Dakota Access Pipeline construction site in Morton County off of Highway 1806, south of Mandan. It was reopened at 1:30 p.m. Satur...

Quality of primary medical services 'remains high', says CQC Quality of primary medical services 'remains high', says CQC

He went ahead anyway. David Behan, chief executive of the Care Quality Commission, said: "The good news is that, despite challenging circumstances, most people are still getting high quality care and there are encouraging levels of improvement taki...

Smoke Advisory Issued After Fire at Ontario Recycling Facility Smoke Advisory Issued After Fire at Ontario Recycling Facility

Hundreds of homes and business were evacuated but no serious injuries were reported. Firefighters expect to have the fire extinguished some time Saturday. That's a huge shift from Friday night, when 70-foot flames were seen spewing from the facil...

Obama urges young adults to sign up for health care

Obama will make a pitch for people to sign up, especially young adults, when he appears Thursday at Miami Dade College in Miami. President Obama acknowledged "growing pains" with his signature health insurance law on Thursday, offering a number of ...

Wonder Woman named as United Nations Honorary Ambassador

A United Nations spokesman has said that the organization has listened to its staff's concerns, but Wonder Woman's appointment ceremony is expected to proceed today, though a silent protest is planned. they can light a fire in our soul and lead u...

Conservative not happy with Trump's debate abortion answer

The 90-minute debate covered a range of issues from the economy, to immigration and abortion laws. But that's not true, advocates point out. "I will defend Planned Parenthood, I will defend Roe v. After Donald Trump said Clinton was "extremely ups...

Former Razorback Knile Davis Traded To Packers

The Packers have also dominated the NFC North since 2011, winning the division four times in a row until they were beaten by the Minnesota Vikings past year. Gunter was fourth on the depth chart to open the season, and Goodson was only activated las...

Bank places 100 'lucky pennies' across US worth $1000 each Bank places 100 'lucky pennies' across US worth $1000 each

If you're one of those people who pick up "lucky" pennies on the street, you might get even luckier soon. The bank placed 100 "lucky pennies" in 10 cities around the country in an effort to "demonstrate the importance of valuing every cent" and enc...

Gallup: Record high 60 percent of Americans back legal pot Gallup: Record high 60 percent of Americans back legal pot

A new Gallup poll released Wednesday shows support for making marijuana legal in the USA has reached a record high of 60%, up from 58% previous year and 50% in 2011. Supreme Court deemed it legal a year ago. Among adults aged 55 and older, support ...

Experts gives temperature measures in hot car death case Experts gives temperature measures in hot car death case

During his testimony Harris was seen openly sobbing several time, s including when Frist said that it's possible Cooper could have been alive at lunchtime. During that testimony Harris broke down in tears. On Tuesday, the prosecution called Brian...

Local Democrats defend Clinton as WikiLeaks releases speech excerpts about Wall Street Local Democrats defend Clinton as WikiLeaks releases speech excerpts about Wall Street

Sanders' comments come as WikiLeaks continues to release a barrage of emails from Clinton campaign chair John Podesta which prove that the Clinton campaign and the DNC worked against Sanders during the primary contest. Clinton, a former USA s...

Donald Trump's campaign cuts ties with Ohio GOP chairman Matt Borges Donald Trump's campaign cuts ties with Ohio GOP chairman Matt Borges

Paduchik's appointment came largely after Borges' recommendation and was widely praised at the time . "While some may say that I am not supporting the party, that is simply not true", Day said in the letter. He said the state GOP has worked in clo...

Printing error causes thousands of Solano County ballots to be reissued Printing error causes thousands of Solano County ballots to be reissued

Complete the application, sign it and deliver or mail to your county voter registration office. If you register after the eighth day before the election, you must visit one of the voter service and polling centers in your county to get a ballot.

Clinton State Dept. quid pro quo deal a no-go: Darcy cartoon

In the mail, RNC Chief Counsel John R. Phillippe Jr. said the alleged attempt to make a backroom deal to cover up the extent to which US national security was put at risk is shocking and warrants an immediate review. "We have been committed to releas...

Netflix Reassures With Growth But Hits Pause In China Netflix Reassures With Growth But Hits Pause In China

All told, "we will continue to operate around break even, and then start generating material global profits in 2017 and beyond, by marching up operating margins steadily for many years". "We still have a long term desire to serve the Chinese people d...

FBI records: Effort to reduce Clinton email classification FBI records: Effort to reduce Clinton email classification

Priebus said, "The Obama Administration's blatant attempts to shield Hillary Clinton from accountability for her reckless conduct will only inflame the growing distrust Americans have for their own government". "The FBI official subsequently told [...

Pence says evidence supporting Trump being prepared

I know that there is more information that is coming out that will back his claim that this is all categorically false", he added. "Here in the United States of America, no one is above the law", Pence said . She said Mr Trump then asked her to...

Local Zika transmission reported in 'Little Haiti' area of Miami-Dade County Local Zika transmission reported in 'Little Haiti' area of Miami-Dade County

The neighborhood, known as Little River, is the latest area in Miami to have confirmed Zika transmission. Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado said Scott called him Thursday afternoon, shortly before announcing the news, to tell Regalado that a new Zika ...

New Breast Cancer Study Creates Curiosity and Criticism

Stewart is a 15-year survivor of breast cancer survivor and she continues to lead the efforts to raise funds to support mammograms to women in Jasper County. Overall, she said, breast cancer screening is "a more normal type activity for women to unde...

Top ranked Badgers swept by No. 3 Minnesota Top ranked Badgers swept by No. 3 Minnesota

The Nittany Lions rose five spots from last weeks poll after two big wins over Minnesota and Rutgers and will look to continue climb the ranks against Purdue and IN later this week. It was also the first Big Ten loss for the Badgers since the 2015 Go...

Modi calls for an end to gender discrimination in india Modi calls for an end to gender discrimination in india

According to a new report by Save The Children called Every Last Girl , a girl under the age of 15 gets married every seven seconds. But if you did, Europe is the best place for girls . So obviously this isn't about policies. This is largely...

Health conditions worsen as aid trickles into remote Haiti Health conditions worsen as aid trickles into remote Haiti

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told reporters late Monday. The UN humanitarian agency issued the appeal to help provide "life-saving assistance and protection" for 750,000 people in south-western Haiti over the next three months. "There are not ...

Tax sugary drinks to fight obesity and diabetes, World Health Organization says

As Euronews reports, it has urged governments to act as more than 600 million people world wide are now classified as obese. In 2014 almost 2 billion adults worldwide over the age of 18 were overweight, and 13 percent - 600 million - are consider...

Thousands more children offered flu vaccine

An extension of the programme to children in school year 3 this year means a further 30,000 can be vaccinated. With nursery and school terms well under way, parents of young children in Gloucestershire are being urged to get their offspring vaccina...

Analytical Report on Sarepta Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:SRPT)

Sarepta Therapeutics Inc with TICKER NASDAQ: SRPT has had its stock rating noted as "Reiterated" with the recommendation being set at "OUTPERFORM" yesterday by analysts at Wedbush. EPS in next five year years is expected to touch -0.20% along with ...

Man stabbed multiple times over inflatable Vikings mascot Man stabbed multiple times over inflatable Vikings mascot

A neighbor who saw the struggle told police he called 911 after hearing one of the men in the struggle shout, "Call 911, he's got a knife, call the cops, call the cops". Moschel was taken to a hospital, where he was treated and released. Dave Mosc...

Health alert as 1.6m children start secondary school overweight Health alert as 1.6m children start secondary school overweight

By 2025 estimates, China will have the most overweight children in the world, with 48.5 million, followed by India, with 17.3 million, and the United States, with 16.7 million, the study reported. Nearly 100,000 children were overweight or obese wh...

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