• White House Physician: Trump's Cognitive Exam Came Back
White House Physician: Trump's Cognitive Exam Came Back "Normal"

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Jackson will attend her briefing Tuesday to provide a more complete readout on Trump's physical health. Lindsey O. Graham, R-S.C., was at the infamous meeting with Trump and told others about his racist language. The White House said Trump had no intention of apologizing.

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  • Seven Ethnic Rakhines Killed After Myanmar Police Fire on Protest Crowd
Seven Ethnic Rakhines Killed After Myanmar Police Fire on Protest Crowd

But the clashes came on the same day as a repatriation agreement was signed between Myanmar and Bangladesh to start the return of some 655,000 Rohingya refugees from squalid camps back over the border. The Rohingya, described by the United Nations as the world's most persecuted people, have faced heightened fears of attack since dozens were killed ...

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  • An activist projects 's**thole' & poop emojis on Trump's hotel
An activist projects 's**thole' & poop emojis on Trump's hotel

Bell has a history of projecting anti-Trump messages on the Trump hotel as well has the Department of Justice. "The president distracts us from politics that are harming us", Bell added in his expletive-laden protest projection. An arrow, also apparently projected on the building, points to the arched doorway. Rep. Cedric Richmond (D-La.), the ...

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  • Trump blasts Democrats as 'all talk and no action' on fixing DACA
Trump blasts Democrats as 'all talk and no action' on fixing DACA

The Trump administration has resumed accepting Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a programme that protects certain illegal immigrants from deportation, renewal requests as a result of a federal court order. Republican Senator David Perdue, who was at the same White House meeting and had said he did not recall whether Trump made the c...

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  • Millie Bobby Brown to Play Sherlock's Sister in ENOLA HOLMES MYSTERIES
Millie Bobby Brown to Play Sherlock's Sister in ENOLA HOLMES MYSTERIES

And don't worry, unlike supervillain Eurus Holmes - Sherlock's sister as played by Sian Brooke in the BBC's modern adaptation - Enola isn't out to hinder her brother's work. Producing the series through her own company, PCMA Productions, the precocious 13-year-old will be one of the youngest Hollywood stars ever to land a producer credit on a fea...

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  • Too Much Gaming Could Lead to Mental Health Disorder
Too Much Gaming Could Lead to Mental Health Disorder

According to a beta draft from the World Health Organization, the disorder is qualified as a "pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behavior" either online or offline, that basically takes over a gamer's "life interests and daily activities", despite possible consequences.

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  • Life expectancy again falls in United States as opioid deaths rise
Life expectancy again falls in United States as opioid deaths rise

The report also found death rates - calculated from the number of deaths per 100,000 people - actually rose among young adults between 2015 and 2016. The drug overdose problem is a public health problem and it needs to be addressed. "It sounds like a small amount, but when you extend that across 300 million people, and the hardship starts to add ...

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  • New estimate shows higher global rate of deaths from flu
New estimate shows higher global rate of deaths from flu

It's still early in the flu season , but three USA states, Louisiana, Mississippi and SC, are experiencing high "Influenza-Like Illness" activity. This year's flu vaccine may not be as effective at protecting people against one of the most common, nasty strains of the flu . As the vaccine for this year's northern hemisphere flu season is th...

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  • Pima County flu cases 7x what they were this time previous year
Pima County flu cases 7x what they were this time previous year

The Health District keeps a list online of pharmacy and drugstore locations where flu shots are available. This may be why so many people got the flu despite getting immunized. And just a third of pregnant women have received the shot. People who have the flu often experience all or numerous following symptoms: fever, chills, cough, sore throat...

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  • More than 1,00000 crimes against children reported in 2016
More than 1,00000 crimes against children reported in 2016

The data says 737 cases of crime against women are under police investigation in the UT, of which 323 cases were pending from previous years. Though the rape cases saw a marginal decline in AP past year, the NCRB data have highlighted another dubious trend.

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  • Missing 3-Year-Old North Carolina Girl Believed Dead; Mother's Boyfriend Arrested
Missing 3-Year-Old North Carolina Girl Believed Dead; Mother's Boyfriend Arrested

Kimrey faces several charges, including concealing of death, obstruction of justice , second-degree burglary, felony larceny , and possession of stolen property. Searchers targeted a creek and a landfill in their effort to find a 3-year-old North Carolina girl missing since the start of the week. Onslow County Sheriff Hans Miller said at a news...

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  • FIFA WC: Croatia Manager Zlatko Dalic Wary Of Nigeria Threat
FIFA WC: Croatia Manager Zlatko Dalic Wary Of Nigeria Threat

Argentina , Iceland , Croatia and Nigeria will battle it out in group D. Like wise Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica and Serbia in group E. Germany, Mexico, Sweden and South Korea have group F to prove themselves. We need to establish a way and be the Argentina we want to be. "Our wins against Argentina were in friendly matches and I will ...

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  • High blood pressure is redefined as 130, not 140: U.S. guidelines
High blood pressure is redefined as 130, not 140: U.S. guidelines

The normal limit for blood pressure is considered 120 for systolic, or how much pressure the blood places on the artery walls when the heart beats, and 80 for diastolic, which is measured between beats. High blood pressure is now defined as readings of 130 over 80 or higher, a change from the old definition of 140 over 90. "It doesn't mean you need...

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  • Company gives non-smokers additional days off to counter smoke breaks
Company gives non-smokers additional days off to counter smoke breaks

After a non-smoking employee submitted a complaint about how smoke breaks were affecting productivity, marketing firm Piala Inc. made a change to its paid time off policy. The figure is higher among males and older generations. The initiative has apparently led 4 of the 42 smokers in the company to quit smoking. About 1 in 5 adults in Japan smo...

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  • Regular Marijuana Users Have More Sex
Regular Marijuana Users Have More Sex

Michael Eisenberg , director of male reproductive medicine and surgery with the Stanford University School of Medicine in California. For years, scientists have generally found in studies that marijuana use lead to sexual problems. Some 24.5 percent of men and 14.5 percent of women in the analysis reported having used marijuana, and there was...

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  • Saaho 1st Look Poster Released - Check Prabhas's Stunning Look from Saaho
Saaho 1st Look Poster Released - Check Prabhas's Stunning Look from Saaho

They wrote on the wall of Twitter, Wishing our darling #Prabhas a very Happy Birthday. He is seen wearing a cover-coat and sporting short hair, which makes him look very dapper. Witten and directed by Sujeeth , Saaho will hit the screens next year. Notably, the last movie of Prabhas " Baahubali 2: The Conclusion" was a period drama which had hi...

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  • South Korea claims North hacked nuclear attack response plans
South Korea claims North hacked nuclear attack response plans

The U.S. Air Force bombers and the South Korean fighters then conducted a second firing exercise over the Yellow Sea, according to the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff. A pre-emptive strike against Pyongyang's leadership would be hard to undertake, but it's widely seen as the most realistic of the limited military options Seoul has to deny a nucl...

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  • Tropical storms Jose, Katia become Category 1 hurricanes
Tropical storms Jose, Katia become Category 1 hurricanes

At 11 a.m. EDT (1500 UTC) on September 5, the center of Tropical Storm Jose was located near 12.3 degrees north latitude and 39.1 degrees west longitude. If Irma's center marches north directly over Florida's eastern coastline, former hurricane hunter Jeff Masters says high winds and storm surges could turn the Gold Coast to the Mud Coast.

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  • United States lawmakers, business urge Trump not to scrap South Korea trade pact
United States lawmakers, business urge Trump not to scrap South Korea trade pact

President Donald Trump left war with North Korea on the table as option if Pyongyang doesn't behave after a call with China's Xi Jinping on Wednesday that the the US leader described as 'very, very frank'. Last year, China shipped just over 96,000 tonnes of gasoline and nearly 45,000 tonnes of diesel to North Korea, where it is used across the econ...

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  • Kim Kardashian Once Called Herself The
Kim Kardashian Once Called Herself The "Biggest Taylor Swift Fan"

Since she debuted as a country act, the media (and everyone with a Twitter account) has been eager to pick her character apart, calling into question her vocal ability, her intentions, her songwriting chops and even her personal authenticity itself.

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  • CRISPR corrects mutation in human embryos
CRISPR corrects mutation in human embryos

They targeted a gene mutation that causes a heart-weakening disease, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy , that affects about 1 in 500 people. The scientists focused on hypertrophic cardiomyopathy , the most common cause of sudden death in otherwise healthy young athletes.

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  • Doctor found to help Charlie leave hospital
Doctor found to help Charlie leave hospital

The care plan for Charlie must honour his parents wishes about the time and place of his passing, but also be safe, spare Charlie all pain and protect his dignity, the hospital said in a statement issued on Tuesday. They said they accept that his condition has deteriorated to the point where the experimental treatment would not work. The case h...

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  • West Nile warning issued in southeastern Saskatchewan after positive tests
West Nile warning issued in southeastern Saskatchewan after positive tests

The man in his 20s became ill on July 8 with a headache, body ache, and a stiff neck-symptoms consistent with the virus. Authorities have detected West Nile virus in mosquitoes in the city of New Orleans , Mayor Mitch Landrieu's office announced Friday (Sept.

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  • Billion Tons of Plastic Made Since 1950 - and Most is Now Trash
Billion Tons of Plastic Made Since 1950 - and Most is Now Trash

Recent figures from Recycle Now show that Britain bins around 16 million plastic bottles a day and If a year's worth of the UK's unrecycled plastic bottles were placed end to end, they'd reach around the world 31 times, covering just over 780,000 miles.

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  • Tropical Storm Don fuels Twitter jokes about president
Tropical Storm Don fuels Twitter jokes about president

Right now, the storm is located near Barbados and has weakened significantly, and is barely still qualified as a tropical storm . Little change in strength is forecast for Don during the next 48 hours. The National Hurricane Center issued a public advisory on Don at 11 a.m. Tuesday. A tropical storm warning means tropical storm conditions - wi...

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  • Jagga Jasoos' is a well-executed film: Amitabh Bachchan
Jagga Jasoos' is a well-executed film: Amitabh Bachchan

Though the numbers showed a slight hike from the previous day, trade pundits expected Jagga Jasoos to earn over Rs 14 crore, while the film made Rs 12.5 crore. At the end of its first-weekend film's total box office collection came out to be Rs 33.17 crore, with day 3 making the most money, 13.07 crore, out of previous two days.

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  • USA advisory panel endorses 'breakthrough' gene therapy for child cancer
USA advisory panel endorses 'breakthrough' gene therapy for child cancer

These reprogrammed T-cells are then frozen again at the Novartis plant and sent back to the patient's treatment center, where they are reintroduced via IV drip back into the patient. An approval decision for the Kite CAR-T is expected on November 29. "In those settings, the downstream effect [of triggering a secondary cancer] is conceivable",...

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  • Taylor review urges employers to promote
Taylor review urges employers to promote "good work" for all

Critics suggested the changes would do little to protect workers, who have already had success gaining protections via court challenges. But the review stops short of recommending major changes in employment regulation and adopts an approach that is ostensibly business-friendly.

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  • Trump at G20 with Mexican President: Mexico 'Absolutely' Paying for Border Wall
Trump at G20 with Mexican President: Mexico 'Absolutely' Paying for Border Wall

Pena Nieto canceled a meeting with Trump that was scheduled for January 31, amid the controversy regarding the construction and the payment of the wall. US-Mexican relations have meanwhile nosedived since Trump entered the White House in January. Trump and Peña Nieto were meeting in Germany at the G-20 Summit happening today.

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  • Illinois Entering Year Three With No Budget
Illinois Entering Year Three With No Budget

Some House leaders expected after meetings Friday night and Saturday morning that the chamber would proceed with a final vote and a roll call on a $5 billion income-tax increase to support it. Friday, the House passed one major slice of the budget plan: the spending bill. While a tax hike is always controversial, stakes are higher given both the ...

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  • Have Legally Ended Their Lives Under California's New Right-To-Die Law, Report Says
Have Legally Ended Their Lives Under California's New Right-To-Die Law, Report Says

More than 100 people have legally ended their lives since California enacted a right-to-die law a year ago, according to a new report . The 2016 law made it legal for terminally ill patients to take drugs to end their lives. More than 94 percent of the patients had health insurance, including 57 percent on Medicare, Medicaid or California's Me...

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  • Machine learning enters Tour de France
Machine learning enters Tour de France

At the end of each Tour de France , the most combative cyclist of the whole race is given the "super-combativity" award. Mark Cavendish could become the out-right leading stage victor, while Peter Sagan will look to continue his dominance of the points classification.

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  • House votes to strengthen illegal immigration laws
House votes to strengthen illegal immigration laws

The House also voted, 257-167, in favor of legislation increasing penalties for those who re-enter the US after being deported. Kathryn Steinle was shot dead at San Francisco's Pier 14 while out for an evening stroll with her father along the waterfront.

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  • Philando Castile family reaches $3M settlement in death
Philando Castile family reaches $3M settlement in death

One of Mrs Castile's legal representatives said she did not want a trial to "exacerbate and reopen bad wounds". The settlement will also allow the family, the city and community to work towards healing, Mr Bennett said. The 29-year-old Latino officer's statement was referenced repeatedly by prosecutors throughout his trial as evidence of what t...

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  • Study links legalized pot with increase in car crash claims
Study links legalized pot with increase in car crash claims

The agency looked at collision claims in Washington, Oregon and Colorado before and after respective legalization took place, comparing claim frequency with five neighboring states: Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming. According to the group's statistics, crash rates have spiked in Colorado, Washington and OR by 16 percent, 6.2 percent, and 4...

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