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Razorbacks QB Cole Kelley arrested on suspicion of DWI


According to the arrest report from police, the redshirt freshman was pulled over Sunday morning near Wedington and Steamboat Drive after Kelley's vehicle struck the curb going westbound on Wedington. Kelley took a field sobriety test and performed "in manner consistent with intoxication". Kelley had logged considerable playing time for the Razorbacks after an injury to Austin Allen in the University of SC game. Read More »

President Widodo, Entourage Arrive in Manila to Attend the ASEAN Summit

Duterte conducted his first state visit as president in Indonesia, where he was received by Widodo, in September past year. The Prime Minister said the visit to the Mahaveer Philippines Foundation in Manila "will demonstrate India's support for its activities in distributing free prosthesis "Jaipur Foot" among the needy amputees". Read More »

Diallo's 18 Leads Kentucky Past Upset Minded Utah Valley


Utah Valley. Kentucky responded with an 18-0 run to regain control of the game and held on for a 73-63 win over the Wolverines, coached by former United Kingdom standout Mark Pope. I think Utah Valley will come out strong against Kentucky before the Wildcats pull away in the second half, but find it a bit harder to find motivation knowing they're going to get destroyed for a second straight night. Read More »

An Ordinary Contraceptive Reduces the risk of Developing Cervical Cancer


The new study is based on predictions of how the vaccine and screening will work best together. The results come ahead of planned changes to cervical screening in the United Kingdom, which will see HPV testing in cervical samples to screen those at risk of cervical cancer being rolled out in England by 2019. Read More »

Fowler lurking as Rodgers leads in Mexico


The 25-year-old moved to the top of the leaderboard on 11-under par courtesy of four straight birdies on the back nine, but heavy rain and darkness left him needing to finish his round on Saturday morning. Veteran Brian Gay and PGA Tour rookie Brandon Harkins were another shot back in a share of 4th, both having completed 36 holes. Johnson, Byrd and Tringale all managed to finish their second rounds before Friday's storm delay, and they took the chance to make use of the resort's leisure ... Read More »

Disneyland shuts down 2 cooling towers after park visitors sickened with disease


After the Orange County Health Care Agency reported an increase of Legionnaires' cases in Anaheim, the park investigated and found two towers had "had elevated levels of Legionella bacteria". Good's email statement didn't indicate if any of those who contracted the disease were related to each other. They were turned on November 5th, but were taken out of service again on November 7th and will remain off until tests verify they are free from Legionella contamination. Read More »

Peru, New Zealand see draw at World Cup playoff


Peru, who are seeking to end a 36-year World Cup drought, will feel they have the advantage but an away goal would change momentum in the final match of global qualifying for Russian Federation 2018. From then, it was end to end, both teams hunting a crucial goal, in front of a raucous 37,000-strong sellout crowd. It proved to be Peru's best chance of the match. Read More »

Target pulls lead-laden fidget spinners from website


Fidget spinners are one of the hottest new trends of the year, but ahead of the holiday shopping season, a new report by the U.S. Public Interest Research Group, a consumer advocacy organization, says testing found unsafe levels of lead in some. Read More »

Hertz Global Holdings, Inc (HTZ) Issues Quarterly Earnings Results

According to their predictions high & low revenue estimates are 2.65 Billion and 2.5 Billion respectively. A statistical measure of the dispersion of returns (volatility) for HTZ producing salvation in Investors mouth, it has week volatility of 10.71% and for the month booked as 5.44%. Read More »

Wounds May Heal Faster When Sustained During The Day


We consistently see about a 2-fold difference in wound healing speed between the body clock's day and night. A new study revealed that wounds sustained during the day heal 60 percent faster than those sustained at night. John Blaikley, a clinician scientist from Britain's University of Manchester, said these new insights into the circadian factors important in skin fix should help the search for better wound-healing drugs. Read More »

Big Little Lies Season TWO Is On Its Way!


The dramatic adaptation of Liane Moriarty's bestselling novel had originally been commissioned as a limited series - but ended up becoming a mammoth success. "If we feel that the material warrants it, we'll do it. Where we left it, I felt like it did open the opportunity for a lot more storytelling". One person believed not to be returning will be the show's director Jean-Marc Vallée, with the show's producers believed to be searching for a female director to succeed him. Read More »

The OncoSec Medical Inc. (ONCS) to Release Quarterly Earnings on Thursday

Renewed investor interest on the stock follows the announcement that a combination of ImmunoPulse il-12 and Keytruda demonstrated a 57% progression-free survival at 15 months. Consequently Oncosec Medical Cmn (NASDAQ: ONCS)'s weekly and monthly volatility is 18.72%, 13.72% respectively. RSI is a quick tool you can use to gauge overbought and oversold levels, the Relative Strength Index. Read More »

DEA to emergency schedule all fentanyl-like drugs

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has scarcely announced that illegal types of synthetic opioid fentanyl would now be classified alongside the same level as heroin. Heroin and marijuana are among substances now categorized as Schedule I drugs. Fentanyl, a synthetic opioid pain reliever 100 times more powerful than morphine, is now listed as a Schedule II drug. Read More »

Why this stock is considered to be Oversold? Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ)

Veritas Management (Uk) Limited reported 145 shares stake. On Monday, July 10 the stock rating was maintained by Canaccord Genuity with "Hold". The firm has "Perform" rating given on Wednesday, July 20 by Oppenheimer. (NYSE:VZ). Everett Harris And Ca holds 0.19% in Verizon Communications Inc. Atlantic Tru has invested 0% in Hercules Capital Inc (NYSE:HTGC). Amer Mngmt Company reported 0.14% stake. Read More »

Services to honor veterans


Flags will be accepted for retirement at the free event, which begins at 6:30 p.m. Veterans of all conflicts, as well as the public, are invited to attend. Military items will be on display. An American flag flies during a Veterans Day ceremony previous year at the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen. Read More »

OshKosh recalls 38K Baby B'gosh jackets due to choking hazard


Kids clothing store OshKosh B'gosh has recalled tens of thousands of baby's jackets over fears they could be a choking hazard. The products were manufactured in Indonesia and sold across Canada from August 2017 to September 2017. The style number can be found on the front of the tag sewn into the inside of the affected coats. The code can be found on a tag inside the jacket. Read More »

New TPP deal essentially same as previous agreement


After a meeting, Japan's economy minister said all the member countries "agree in principle" on where the pact is headed, CNBC reported . Meanwhile, Ong said the 18 laws which were being amended to meet the requirements of the TPP pact will be brought forward to parliament even if the deal falls through. Read More »

Number of overdose deaths in BC this year eclipses 1100


That brings the total for the year up to 1,103 - far past the total 922 for all of 2016. More than 90 per cent of deadly overdoses happen indoors. The coroners' report points to more overdose deaths - an average of six per day - happening in the five days following income assistance payments than in all other days of the month this year. Read More »

Trading Scope: SuperTrend Above Price for S&P Smallcap Growth ETF SPDR (SLYG)

In addition, when the SAR changes its direction and crosses the price levels, not only the current position should be closed, but it is suggested that the opposite one should be opened at the same price levels. A CCI reading above +100 would imply that the stock is overbought and possibly ready for a correction. The original guidelines focused on creating buy/sell signals when the reading moved above +100 or below -100. Read More »

Hot Stock to Watch: WPX Energy, Inc. (WPX)


WPX Energy, Inc. (NYSE:WPX) has a beta of 2.43, compared to a beta of 1 for the market, which implies that the stock's price movements are more extreme than the market as a whole. The stock of 3M Co (NYSE:MMM) earned "Buy" rating by Credit Suisse on Friday, April 28. The company was maintained on Thursday, July 14 by Barclays Capital. Read More »

OSU legend Garth Brooks named CMA's entertainer of the year


Country music fans took to Twitter to express their disappointment. - Tanya Vitale (@crazynbella) November 9, 2017Loving this performance by reigning #CMAawards Entertainer of the Year @ GarthBrooks! Garth's Entertainer of the Year win was the second consecutive year he's taken home the award, and his sixth win of the gong overall. Read More »

U2 frontman Bono named in Paradise Papers tax evasion leak


Celebrities including Madonna and Bono are among the dozens of high-profile names in the leaked " Paradise Papers " - financial documents that have revealed how some of the rich and famous invest in offshore tax havens. In a written response to questions from the ICIJ, a spokeswoman for Bono , Kathy McKiernan, said the U2 frontman is now "a passive, minority investor" in the Guernsey company, Nude Estates I, and had held a minority stake in Nude Estates Malta, which has since been wound down. Read More »

Western Powers Set Up Showdown With Russia Over Syrian Chemical Attacks


Western powers have expressed support for the JIM and the team's report, which also concluded that the extremist Islamic State group was responsible for a mustard gas attack in Syria at Um Hosh, in Aleppo in September 2016. Syria's U.N. Ambassador Bashar Ja'afari on Tuesday called the JIM report fabricated and said the government "considers the use of chemical weapons an immoral act that must be condemned". Read More »

Breast cancer can lay dormant for 15 years, researchers find

Patients in the study all received endocrine therapy - such as tamoxifen which is the standard of care to cut the risk of cancer recurrence - for five years and were free of cancer when they stopped therapy. They had a 40 per cent risk of cancer returning in a different part of the body over a period of 15 years after stopping treatment. Those who had small, low-grade tumours that had not spread had a 10% risk. Read More »

UN, aid groups warn of 'starvation and death' in Yemen


Mr Rouhani retaliated: "The United States and their allies have mobilised all their capabilities against us and achieved nothing". Meanwhile, even if Iran had any influence on the Yemeni fighters, as claimed by some Western and Arab countries, it would have definitely prevented them from attacking Dubai, which is a major economic partner of Iranian firms. Read More »

Qatar's Labour Reforms to Affect 6000000 Indian Migrant Workers

Qatar's efforts to improve the conditions and rights of its migrant workers have been recognised by the International Labour Organization's (ILO) decision to close its complaint against the Gulf state. General-Secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation, Sharan Burrow, who was one of the most vocal critics of Qatar's policies over the past few years, urged other Gulf nations, like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) "to follow the lead of Qatar". Read More »

High Label Inaccuracy for Cannabidiol Products Bought Online

The presence of THC in a CBD product could also have legal implications in states that have only legalized CBD-based treatments. "There are now no standards for producing, testing or labeling these [cannabidiol] oils", study lead author Marcel Bonn-Miller, an adjunct assistant professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, said in a statement . Read More »