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  • New Zealand book America's Cup rematch with USA

    New Zealand book America's Cup rematch with USA

    How can I watch it? On Tuesday, Emirates Team New Zealand capsized at the start of a semifinal race, throwing three crewmen into the water and causing significant damage. Meanwhile, Team BDA demonstrated that they will be no pushovers, thriving in the non-foiling conditions to keep their bid to qualify for the final of the Red Bull Youth Americas Cup on track.

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  • Study links rise in auto crashes with marijuana states

    The research examined crash data in three of the first states to make pot legal. The study compared the rate of fatal auto crashes in Colorado and Washington before and following legalization in 2012. Moore of the Highway Loss Data Institute said they hope the study's findings will be considered by lawmakers and regulators in states where marijuana legalization is under consideration or recently enacted.

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  • Trump slams Qatar for funding terror as Tillerson urges calm

    Trump slams Qatar for funding terror as Tillerson urges calm

    But all these events can be seen through the prism of a much larger struggle - about regional superiority, the war against terrorism and sectarian distrust between Sunni and Shia followers of Islam. There were reports he was to head to Qatar after the UAE trip. Most importantly, the U.S. could have been the ideal mediator between Qatar and the other Gulf states.

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  • Reversing Rapprochement between U.S. and Cuba, Many Negative

    Reversing Rapprochement between U.S. and Cuba, Many Negative

    While such restrictions may not fully cut certain institutions within the Cuban government off from benefits associated with increased US business in Cuba , they will limit how much profit these entities see. Some business groups, meanwhile, lobbied the Trump administration to keep the Obama rules in place, including hotel and airline interest seeking to expand business into the island.

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  • Results of IIT-JEE (Advanced) 2017 declared

    Results of IIT-JEE (Advanced) 2017 declared

    Around 1.7 lakh students across the country including 17,000 students from the state had appeared for the IIT ( JEE ) Advanced examination on May 21 for obtaining an entry into top engineering colleges, including the 23 Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs).

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  • House Speaker: Agreement reached on casino-related bill

    House Speaker: Agreement reached on casino-related bill

    Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has been pushing for the so-called transportation lockbox. The House of Representatives voted in favour of the gaming expansion bill, with the decision coming only a few hours after a deal including more off-track betting parlours across the state of CT was reached.

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  • Eric Trump calls father's critics 'not even people'

    Eric Trump calls father's critics 'not even people'

    He took their money and kept it. People believed they were supporting a good cause, but instead it went into the pockets of Donald Trump . Or perhaps it was the widespread disgust, at least on social media, over the Trump sons seemingly attempting to profit from their father's presidency by opening a new chain of hotels , American Idea, in Republican-leaning states.

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  • Florida Gov. signs 33 bills including vote-by-mail fix

    Florida Gov. signs 33 bills including vote-by-mail fix

    But well wait and see, ” he said. Next week's special legislative session focused on funding for education and economic development won't include medical marijuana, at least for now. That money will be used to fund Scott's priorities. Negron and other Senate leaders emphasized that they had supported Scott's call for increased school funding and economic-development and tourism funding from the beginning of the 2017 session.

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  • Gujarat GSEB SSC Class 10 exam results declared

    Gujarat GSEB SSC Class 10 exam results declared

    Out of 7,85,987 fresher students, 5,27,113 were declared pass as the passing percentage was recorded as 67.06%. In their press release, the Gujarat Board had clearly stated that the results will be out on their official website. - Click on GSEB Class XII Higher Secondary Certificate HSC results 2017. The gseb general result 2017 are declared by the board on the official website.

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  • India's longest bridge named after singer Bhupen Hazarika: Ten interesting facts

    India's longest bridge named after singer Bhupen Hazarika: Ten interesting facts

    Addressing a public meeting at Dhola on the occasion, the Prime Minister said Dhola-Sadiya bridge opens the door for economic development in the North East on a big scale. Drawing a contrast between the 10-year UPA rule and the current government, he said the former was marked by a scam nearly every month while even the rivals of Modi dispensation have not been able to level a single charge of corruption against it.

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  • Wreckage of missing IAF Sukhoi-30 aircraft found near China border

    Wreckage of missing IAF Sukhoi-30 aircraft found near China border

    The IAF has also ordered a court of inquiry to probe the cause of the accident.The debris was located 60 km north-west of Tezpur of the state from where the airfract went missing . "If a request comes, China will offer assistance from a humanitarian perspective", Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said to a question on what it would say if India asks for assistance in the search for the missing pilots.

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  • Armstrong's moon dust bag up for sale

    Years later, the bag turned up on an auction website and was bought, along with some other items, for $995 dollars by Nancy Lee Carlson. But once officials knew the bag came from the moon, they confiscated it as government property. Neil Armstrong's lunar sample bag is expected to fetch as much as $4 million when it is sold at auction by Sotheby's in July after mistakenly ending up in a private collection.

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  • High court's good call on districts

    The fight over North Carolina districts - the First and Twelfth Congressional districts - was earlier wage in both state and federal court. It added more African Americans to two districts that already had significant black populations and had consistently elected the representatives-all Democrats-favored by most black voters since the 1990s.

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  • Skipping your beauty sleep may make you lose friends!

    Skipping your beauty sleep may make you lose friends!

    Their night-time movements were tracked so they couldn't cheat, naturally. One week later, subjects were asked to restrict their sleep to just 4 hours on 2 consecutive nights. The volunteers were perceived to be less healthy-looking, less sociable and less intelligent after half the amount of sleep. Next, the researchers recruited 122 adults - referred to as "raters" - and asked them view each photograph.

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  • Paytm raises $1.4 bn funding from SoftBank

    Paytm raises $1.4 bn funding from SoftBank

    Paytm's user base exploded a year ago when the government killed India's highest denominations in physical cash, sending millions scurrying toward mobile payments to get around a shortage of physical currency. As per the Central bank's guidelines, the company will transfer its wallet business to the newly incorporated payments bank entity under a payments bank licence awarded to Founder and CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma.

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  • Ransomware attack should be a 'wake-up call' for governments

    Ransomware attack should be a 'wake-up call' for governments

    The WannaCry ransomware started taking over users' files on Friday, demanding $300 (£230) to restore access. Those include a known and highly unsafe security hole in Microsoft Windows, tardy users who didn't apply Microsoft's March software fix, and malware created to spread quickly once inside university, business and government networks.

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  • Zika emergency declared over in Brazil

    Zika emergency declared over in Brazil

    Travel warnings issued by governments including the United Kingdom caused travellers, particularly pregnant women most at risk, to cancel trips to affected countries, while revelations Zika could be sexually transmitted heightened concern. The second region hardest hit is the north of Brazil , with 35.9 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. Because cases have dramatically dropped in recent months, however, officials have finally declared an end to the threat.

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  • May is Mental Health Month

    May is Mental Health Month

    They are also calling for a Royal Commission to investigate the solutions to prevent mental ill health, with a focus on reducing risk, along with a report on the nation's mental health every year. We need to treat them with kindness and dignity. When we engage in prevention and early identification, we can help reduce the burden of mental illness by identifying symptoms and warning signs early - and provide effective treatment.

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  • BCCI ends speculations, confirms India's participation in Champions Trophy

    BCCI ends speculations, confirms India's participation in Champions Trophy

    Find us on Facebook too! Unimpressed by the $293 million forecast, down from the $570 million it would have received under a 2014 arrangement, the BCCI responded by refusing to name a squad for the June 1-18 eight-team competition. The ICC Board had approved a new constitution, a new governance structure, and a new finance model, with the other Full Members outvoting the BCCI. You are aware that the squad representing India at the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 was to be submitted by 25th April ...

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  • If anyone can resolve Kashmir problem, it is PM Modi, says Mehbooba

    If anyone can resolve Kashmir problem, it is PM Modi, says Mehbooba

    The last visit to Pakistan by an Indian prime minister was in 2004 by Atal Bihari Vajpayee. "Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Lahore is a proof of his abilities, an example of his moral authority". "Whosoever takes law in own hands would be dealt with appropriately", she said and cautioned people against "nefarious designs" of some "negative elements" who wanted to derail the developmental process in Jammu region by creating an atmosphere of hate.

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  • Ontario colleges face mental-health crisis

    Ontario colleges face mental-health crisis

    Right now in North Carolina there are roughly 250,000 children who are in need of help they are not receiving in regards to a mental, emotional or behavioral disorder. The theme of this year is "Risky Business" to educate the public about habits and behaviors that increase the risk of developing or exacerbating mental illnesses, or could be signs of mental health problems themselves.

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  • Taco Bell bringing beer to Canadian restaurants

    Taco Bell bringing beer to Canadian restaurants

    Brands Inc. The chain has 7,000 restaurants in the United States and 250 units overseas, with plans to add 2,000 locations within the next 10 years. Yes, they're slim, but Taco Bell promises that a "handful of additional reservation-only dining experiences" are to come later in 2017.

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  • Colorado lawmakers approve pot for PTSD, with new limits

    Colorado lawmakers approve pot for PTSD, with new limits

    States that adopted medical marijuana laws had a 1.43 percentage point increase in illicit cannabis use and a 0.66 percentage point increase in cannabis use disorder between 1991 and 2013, compared to states that didn't enact those laws. The researchers defined illegal use as any use of marijuana that didn't conform with the laws within the respondents' state. It also includes research published in January that concluded there was no relationship between adolescent use of marijuana and ...

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  • FDA further restricts pain medication use in kids

    FDA further restricts pain medication use in kids

    Among the updates are contraindications for use of codeine or tramadol in all children younger than 12 years, warnings about their use in children 12-18 years of age with certain medical conditions, and a stronger warning recommending against their use in nursing mothers.

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  • IEA warns of resurgent USA oil, slower demand growth

    IEA warns of resurgent USA oil, slower demand growth

    Saudi Arabia, OPEC's biggest producer, is said to favour extending the supply curbs when the group meets next month, in line with the views of fellow members such as Kuwait and Venezuela. expected to raise production by 680,000 bpd. With 390,000 bpd lower output from non-Opec - including an unplanned outage in Canada and lower North Sea shipments - the total drop in world supply last month was 755,000 bpd, the IEA estimates.

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  • Prostate cancer tests are now OK with US panel, with caveats

    Prostate cancer tests are now OK with US panel, with caveats

    Many more men are expected to experience the harms of screening and treatment than will experience benefit. For decades, prostate cancer screening was a routine part of health care for men of a certain age. After the comment period ends, the task force will consider the input and come up with its final recommendation in the following months. But screening for prostate cancer is fraught with uncertainty, and even a diagnosis usually raises more questions than it answers.

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  • UP CM orders probe into Mayawati's sale of sugar mills

    UP CM orders probe into Mayawati's sale of sugar mills

    A presentation in this regard was made before Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath who has asked officials to proceed with the scheme which will be implemented in all 14 nagar nigams of the state. Mehrotra had not fixed responsibility for the loss to the exchequer on anyone. Ambulances given to the state under the National Rural Health Mission were named as Samajwadi ambulances, while pension given to the BPL women was named as the Samajwadi Pension scheme.

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  • Another Missing Puzzle Piece Added to April the Giraffe's Long-Awaited Labor

    Animal Adventure Park didn't respond to possibly getting April's due date wrong, but they continued to update their Facebook page with the latest developments about the giraffe's pregnancy. "Made possible in part by their sponsorship, Animal Adventure Park will be donating $25,000 to the Giraffe Conservation Foundation!" The heavily pregnant giraffe enjoyed being outdoors a bit Wednesday.

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  • More Than 20% of US Adults Have 'High-Risk' HPV

    More Than 20% of US Adults Have 'High-Risk' HPV

    People under 25 are able to receive a vaccine that can protect them from cancer-causing HPV strains, but for the rest of the population, the virus is still an issue. The Gardasil vaccination is most effective if administered before a young person becomes sexually active. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved two HPV vaccines namely Cervarix and Gardasil.

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  • 50 years ago: MLK's controversial Beyond Vietnam speech

    50 years ago: MLK's controversial Beyond Vietnam speech

    That's how several national civil rights leaders tell FOX13 they are commemorating the 49 anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's assassination in Memphis. They are hoping soon for the case to be dismissed. Kevin Martin, syndicated by PeaceVoice , is President of Peace Action , the country's largest grassroots peace and disarmament organization with more than 200,000 supporters nationwide.

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  • Government reduces Lloyds stake to below 2%

    Government reduces Lloyds stake to below 2%

    The average volume of a stock suggests the liquidity of a particular company. EPS breaks down the profitability of the company on a single share basis. Many traders and investors view the 52-week high or low as an important factor in determining a stock's current value and predicting future price movement.

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  • Cattle call: Heifers escape from St. Louis slaughterhouse

    Cattle call: Heifers escape from St. Louis slaughterhouse

    In this Thursday, March 30, 2017 photo, a heifer busts through an iron fence at the Little Sisters of the Poor in St. Louis . Six heifers slipped out of the Star Packing Co. "They're just running for their life", Farm Sanctuary director Susie Coston said. Thursday's escape attempt was a first for the plant, Hamdan said.

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  • April the giraffe could have her baby 'today, tonight,' zoo says

    April the giraffe could have her baby 'today, tonight,' zoo says

    Her belly swelled, but there was no sign of active labor. Subscribing will get you a Labor Alert text, but also exclusive texts, info, photo links, and calf updates over the coming months. He added that April's pregnancy is not just live entertainment, but a teachable moment and source for education. Viewers are inundating the Zoo with emails about the giraffe's condition.

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  • Arsenal v Manchester City - the fans' view

    Arsenal v Manchester City - the fans' view

    He was critical of how his players had performed in their previous game - the 1-3 loss at West Bromwich Albion before the global break - acknowledging that "there was something missing". "It's true that it happened before when we were in a position where financially we had to sell our best players, and that's not the case any more", he said.

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  • 'World's strongest coffee' can give you heart palpitations

    'World's strongest coffee' can give you heart palpitations

    They boast that the coffee has "dangerously high levels of caffeine". But don't go downing an 12-ounce cup of the world's strongest coffee just yet. Yeah, that's a latte caffeine packed into those tiny beans. The same size for Death Wish Coffee contains 330 mg. Death Wish Coffee contains 13.2 grams of caffeine per kilogram, but based on tests conducted by a Swiss laboratory, the Black Insomnia has 17.5 grams of caffeine per kilogram, Today noted.

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  • Ex punk-rocker O'Rourke launches longshot bid against Cruz

    O'Rourke, who now represents the far West Texas District, has made no secret of his interest in running for the seat. He has already filed papers to run for re-election, but his campaign spokeswoman declined comment on O'Rourke's plans. He's also in favor of term limits. O'Rourke - a fluent Spanish speaker who lives on the border and says that it is the safest and best place to be - would offer a stark contrast to the politics of Cruz and Trump.

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  • How healthy is your county?

    How healthy is your county?

    But the latest rankings suggest the counties might be starting to diverge on one important factor: how likely their residents are to die prematurely. For 2017, it is 10th on health outcomes and ninth on health factors . Drug deaths are also accelerating among 15- to 24 year-olds, but almost three times as many people in this age group die by homicide, suicide or in motor vehicle crashes.

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