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Governor arrested for circulating nude photos of lover as revenge


Mr Greitens' legal team immediately filed a motion to dismiss the indictment on the grounds that any relationship with the woman was consensual. In unprecedented fashion, the Circuit Attorney circumvented the local police force and hired her own investigators - we attempted to meet with the Circuit Attorney and make the Governor available to discuss the issues . Read More »

Trump Says He Advocates Arming Only Teachers With Special Training


And once you do this, you will have a situation where all of a sudden this terrible plague will stop". "I don't want teachers to have guns". The attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida where 17 students and educators were killed on February 14 in the second-deadliest shooting at a USA public school, has revived the United States debate over gun rights. Read More »

E-cigarette vapor contains potentially unsafe levels of chromium, nickel and lead


They found that significant numbers of the devices generated aerosols with potentially unsafe levels of lead, chromium, manganese and/or nickel. The long-term health effects of " vaping " will not be known for some years, but it is becoming increasingly clear that although e-cigarettes may not cause the same type of damage to a human body as traditional cigarettes, they are certainly not harmless alternatives. Read More »

Google New Al Algorithm Can Predict Heart Disease by Scanning Your Eyes


Scientists have used a machine learning to analyse a medical dataset of almost 30,000 patients. Google scientists trained their new algorithm to make predictions on data from more than 300,000 patients in the United States and United Kingdom, according to a report on the technology published in the Nature Biomedical Engineering Journal . Read More »

Vegan YouTube star dies after claiming her diet cured her cancer


In a video called " Cancer Transformation FAQ ", Lopez claimed: "The lemon-ginger blast helped me remove inflammation from my body", but acknowledged to experiencing "food withdrawals" during her 90-day juice cleanse. She added: "I feel like that's what caused the issues". "It felt terrible and it was like I was catching the flu", Mari recalled of incorporating detox teas into her 90-day juice cleanse regime, but said the detoxes were "washing my body". Read More »

Kylie announces she's to perform in the North East


She will then stop by Belfast's SSE Arena on October 8. The setlist will also dip into her back catalogue, when she appears at Leeds First Direct Arena on Thursday 4th October. Kylie Minogue has announced a United Kingdom and Ireland tour kicking off here in the North East. "There's a little bit of heartbreak, I would say", she told The Sun. Read More »

With Jacob Zuma's resignation, South Africa gets a fresh start


The recent conference season in South Africa has seen an improvement in sentiment for African miners. The man told us what we want to hear. Yet despite the early optimism of Madlala and others, some economists and analysts caution there may be no quick fix for an economy that is forecast to grow just 1.4 percent this year and 1.7 percent in 2019. Read More »

AbbVie Inc (ABBV) Stake Boosted by Allen Investment Management LLC

About 344,992 shares traded or 45.56% up from the average. The Southern Company (NYSE:SO) has risen 2.49% since February 16, 2017 and is uptrending. It has underperformed by 16.70% the S&P500. Highlander Capital Ltd owns 0.03% invested in AbbVie Inc . ( NASDAQ:CSCO ), 26 have Buy rating, 0 Sell and 12 Hold. 65,000 shares were sold by CHANDLER MARK D, worth $2.11M on Monday, September 18. Read More »

California State Senator Tony Mendoza resigns under pressure


Four of the women worked for Mendoza, while a fifth is a lobbyist and a sixth was a Senate fellow in another office. Tony Mendoza resigned this morning as colleagues prepared to vote on whether to expel the Los Angeles County Democrat from office, days after an outside investigation found the Los Angeles County Democrat had engaged in a pattern of unwanted "sexually suggestive" behavior toward six women, including his subordinates, while serving in the Assembly and Senate. Read More »

Alpine skiing - Vonn leads Mowinckel after combined downhill, Shiffrin lurks

Lindsey Vonn cast a quick glance toward the sky after finishing what was likely her final Olympic downhill run, shrugged her shoulders after seeing her time and shook a friendly index finger at her good friend. "I wish I could keep going". At her best, Shiffrin would have a serious chance at gold in the combined. Anderson became the first female snowboarder to win two medals at a single Olympics. Read More »

CT reports 20 more flu deaths


DHHS began public reporting of weekly flu data for the 2001-02 season, with victim totals being included in the 2008-09 season. Flu is a contagious, viral illness that causes mild to severe symptoms that can sometimes lead to death. Some county health directors have declined to disclose flu-related deaths, citing DHHS privacy policies. Of the 97 who have died, 78 were over the age of 65. Read More »

Parents demand release of missing children — DAPCHI


President Muhammadu Buhari dispatched his foreign and defense ministers on Wednesday to Yobe to investigate the situation, said Information Minister Lai Mohammed, who was also headed there. He said the responses from the military and Yobe State government was commendable. I am together with the GOC, Brig-Gen Garba. Out of the 926 students in the school, over 50 are still unaccounted for as of the time of this statement. Read More »

FluMist returns: CDC greenlights nasal spray vaccine for next flu season


The advisory committee voted 12-2 Wednesday to approve and recommend the nasal spray for the next flu season. FluMist Quadrivalent is approved for use in the U.S., Canada, and the European Union. According to an NBC News report, some ACIP members are anxious that an ineffective FluMist will hurt public perceptions, but others argue that the lack of a needle-free option turns kids off getting vaccinated. Read More »

In dieting, low-fat or low-carb are the same


Past research has suggested that certain biological factors, particularly genetics and insulin levels (which help regulate blood sugar in the body), might explain why some people lose more weight on a low-fat diet than on a low-carb one, and vice versa. Read More »

'Jeopardy!' Host Alex Trebek to Moderate PA Gubernatorial Debate


Tom Wolf (D) has been invited to participate in the October 1 event, along with the victor of the Republican primary", said The Hill . However, it remains "unclear" as to whether or not Krawchuk will receive an invitation to the event. He has said in the past he has voted for both Democratic and Republican candidates. " Jeopardy! " host Alex Trebek has been selected to moderate a gubernatorial debate later this year in Pennsylvania, organizers say , giving the venerable quiz show's ... Read More »

Kuwait urged to create new worker safeguards with Manila


Philippine officials are headed to Kuwait on Thursday to seek greater protection for migrant workers after a diplomatic row over the alleged mistreatment of Filipinos in the Gulf state. Lagunzad said Duterte had ordered the team to ensure passports are deposited with the Philippine Embassy in each country. More than 2 million Filipinos are working in Kuwait and other Middle East countries, including Qatar, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, but many cases of abuse have also been ... Read More »

Fla. Shooting Survivor Says CNN Scripted Questions For Its Town Hall


Haab is also a member of the schools' junior ROTC program and shielded classmates with Kevlar vests during last week's mass shooting that left 17 people dead. The network said in a statement that Haab's father pulled him from the town hall before the event began. The mass shooting has sparked a national conversation about changing U.S. Read More »

New Study Says Red Wine Protects Your Teeth


The polyphenols found in wine help fend off harmful bacteria in the teeth and the gums , the Researchers says. While the antioxidant properties of these compounds is normally measured in the gut, for this study, the researchers wanted to examine whether those benefits started before they got there. Read More »

Ariana Grande Pulls Out Of Manchester Tribute At BRIT Awards 2018


Ariana Grande was scheduled to attend and perform a special tribute at the 2018 Brit Awards later tonight, dedicated to the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack. Ahead of the ceremony a show insider told the Daily Mirror newspaper that her cancellation had initially thrown plans for a tribute into "chaos", adding Liam was the " perfect choice" to step in. Read More »

Finn Russell's 6 Nations place versus England 'never in doubt


No, but we are going to target him. "As always our supporters will play a vital role throughout the match and we're delighted to be back at Murrayfield with the backing of our home fans". "We are not giving away tons of penalties but we are always working to improve in that area". "If he wants to come and chuck the ball around and play, and chip and chase and all the rest of it, I just think England will swallow it up and I think they'll force him off the pitch". Read More »

How world's largest brain tumour was removed in India


Dr. Nadkarni said the tumour protruded from the skull and the scalp grew over it. "Before the surgery, he had minimal vision, which may improve now", Nadkarni said. The tumour weighed 1.873 kgs and it is the largest tumour of brain to be removed so far, Dr Nadkarni said. The biopsy report on the tumour is awaited. Read More »

Japan sees transfer at sea that may violate N. Korea sanctions

Geng said China would "seriously deal" with any Chinese individuals or enterprises found to be involved. The discovery was then reported to the United Nations. Japan suspects they were conducting ship-to-ship transfers banned by the U.N. Security Council and has informed the Security Council and shared the information with other countries, Japan's Foreign Ministry said. Read More »

Govt must get free hand to probe PNB fraud scandle: SC


Attorney General K K Venugopal , appearing for the Centre, said he was opposing the PIL on various grounds, including that an inquiry has started after the FIR was registered. As Dhanda continued with his demand, Chief Justice Misra shot back saying: "We are not here to hear speeches... you are just creating headlines, issuing notice is not your right". Read More »

More people need anti-depressants, study finds


After the largest-ever study, the Oxford University-led team said they had wanted to "give the final answer" to the controversy of whether or not the pills effectively treat depression. 'Antidepressants can be an effective tool to treat major depression, but this does not necessarily mean that antidepressants should always be the first line of treatment'. Read More »

Florida Lawmakers Declare Pornography a Public Health Crisis in the State


As scores of commentators noted yesterday online, this meant the Florida House literally decided on the same day that pornography was more harmful to American society than assault rifles. "If there is another mass shooting it's going to be their fault", 16-year old Sheryl Acquaroli told CNN . "It seemed nearly heartless how they immediately pushed the button to say no". Read More »

Man jumps into lioness' cage at Thiruvananthapuram zoo


Onlookers said that the lion had almost closed in on him when he jumped into it. They first tackled the lion, moving the king of the jungle from the open enclosure and into a cage. Zoo workers immediately swung into action. Murugan has been sent to a state-run hospital where he is now undergoing assessment. Murukan was handed over to the police. Read More »