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  • No Progress For Celtics' Al Horford

    No Progress For Celtics' Al Horford

    It's no secret that the bench has been a major issue for the Wizards so far this season. The Boston Celtics are allowing 37.6 percent shooting from deep and are grabbing 40.3 rebounds per game. "Our offense was clicking so well I got out in transition, got some easy ones there", Griffin said. Yet another night that the Celtics could not guard and protect the three point line.

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  • 'Doctor Strange' spins magic at re-energized box office

    'Doctor Strange' spins magic at re-energized box office

    That's been a strength of Marvel's. The film came in significantly higher than last year's "Ant-Man" ($57 million), though shy of the 2014 surprise smash " Guardians of the Galaxy " ($94 million). After the release of it's first-ever trailer, fans have already reminded themselves as to when Doctor Strange would finally go out in the big screen.

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  • Remember to set your clock back tonight; Daylight saving time ends

    Remember to set your clock back tonight; Daylight saving time ends

    If the alarm chirps on these units, warning that the battery is low, replace the entire smoke alarm right away. While you are changing the batteries, take a moment to check the age of each alarm in your home. As Daylight Saving Time comes to an end this weekend, the Firemen's Association of the State of NY urges all New Yorkers to check their smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors to ensure that they are functioning properly.

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  • French authorities declare the Calais migrant camp empty

    French authorities declare the Calais migrant camp empty

    The prefect of Pas-de-Calais, Fabienne Buccio, said on Wednesday that "our mission is over". Thousands have been sent to a network of reception centres around France and 234 minors transferred to Britain, the interior ministry said. The camp , which had been the center of rising tensions between the United Kingdom and France , could house about 600 asylum seekers but was instead packed with about 1,500 people.

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  • Cancer to kill 5.5 million women a year by 2030

    Cancer to kill 5.5 million women a year by 2030

    But the report found that prevention and early-detection interventions could prevent up to half of cancer deaths, since screening can lead to the removal of precancerous lesions or the detection of cancer at earlier stages. The Scottish Medicines Consortium backed use of Halaven for the treatment of advanced breast cancer in March. As the global population grows and ages, the highest toll will be among women in poor and middle-income countries, it said, and much of it from ...

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  • Libertarian vice president candidate William Weld coming to Kansas City

    Libertarian vice president candidate William Weld coming to Kansas City

    Trump braying about this latest development reminds me of the guy in Monty Python who says, 'She's a witch!" MADDOW: Well, when you say there's nothing there, the campaign of which you are a part put out this statement re: Clinton Investigation and they put it out over your photo, you and Gary Johnson, and it says "The newest revelations about Hillary Clinton demonstrate why America should be scared of both Clinton and Trump".

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  • National Geographic's' Afghan Girl sits in jail

    National Geographic's' Afghan Girl sits in jail

    During the case, Gula's lawyers Abdul Latif Afridi and Mubashar Nazar argued that it was wrong of FIA to arrest Gula since she was preparing to leave for her home country. Officials say the National Database Registration Authority (NADRA) has so far re-verified 91 million ID cards and detected 60,675 fraudulent cards.

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  • Man's energy drink habit caused hepatitis

    Man's energy drink habit caused hepatitis

    Now, we can see just how potentially unsafe overconsumption of these beverage kickers can be with a documented case of acute hepatitis. The report says one other similar case has been reported, and that "appreciation of this underrecognized phenomenon ...

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  • California relaxes conservation rules as rain eases drought

    California relaxes conservation rules as rain eases drought

    While California remains under the drought emergency, residents have been backsliding on water conservation since then. From 2014 on, rebates ranging from 50 cents to more than $4 for each square foot of lawn removed a total of less than 10 square miles of lawn statewide, figures from water officials around the state say.

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  • Trump supporter charged with voting twice in Iowa

    Trump supporter charged with voting twice in Iowa

    She cast ballots at two different locations, the newspaper said. Now, because she was concerned about some "rigged" election, Rote is facing up to five years in prison if she's convicted of the election misconduct charge. "Since the fraudulent applications involved fictitious people, had the fraud not been uncovered the risk of actual fraudulent votes being cast was low".

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  • Upstart Pirate Party senses victory in Iceland elections

    Upstart Pirate Party senses victory in Iceland elections

    The latest polls suggest it could gain nearly 21 percent of the vote, opening the possibility of a coalition with the Left-Green Party, estimated to receive 19 percent of the vote, totaling 40 percent, just 10 points shy of a majority. "But these are things we'll discuss after the elections", said Aevarsdottir who personally intends to fight for the rights of marginalised people, ensuring their rights are upheld by the state.

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  • Actress Amber Tamblyn announces she's expecting a baby girl

    Actress Amber Tamblyn announces she's expecting a baby girl

    Amber made the announcement in an essay for Glamour magazine, while making an important and powerful statement. I can't wait to see the great things their daughter will go on to do. Her past of being sexually assaulted is also making her raise questions like, "Will I get a phone call from my daughter someday, one she never wanted to make?" She's also a grandmother.

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  • Sen. Kirk Mocks Opponent's US Heritage in Illinois Senate Debate

    I am a Daughter of the American Revolution ", Duckworth said , referring to the group whose members are the female descendants of those who served in the American Revolution . "Families like mine are the ones that lead first". Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway took the opportunity to gloat over Kirk's gaffe on Thursday night.

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  • Raising Awareness About Breast Cancer in Men

    Raising Awareness About Breast Cancer in Men

    While breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed form of cancer in American women, its rates are going down each year. And detecting Breast Cancer early means the more likely it can be cured. The pink sheep can be seen grazing in the fields alongside The Udder Farm Shop and Cafe now. For women with average risk, the question as to the starting age and frequency of mammograms is more hard.

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  • BAT Bids $47 Billion for Control of Reynolds

    British American Tobacco is offering to buy Reynolds American Inc.in a $47 billion deal that would create the world's largest publicly traded tobacco company and attempt to make up for a decline in smoking in the USA and Europe. At $56.60 per share, it values Reynolds American at a 20 per cent to premium to its closing price in NY on Thursday. Morning star analyst Adam Fleck said the BAT decline could be because "the price looks rich to us".

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  • British American Tobacco offers to buy Reynolds in $47B deal

    Citigroup Inc. set a $57.00 target price on Reynolds American and gave the stock a buy rating in a report on Thursday. The British group already owns a 42.2 percent stake in the American company. Morning star analyst Adam Fleck said the BAT decline could be because "the price looks rich to us". (BTI) just offered $56.50 per share for Reynolds American Inc.

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  • Children's Cabinet Working To Address State Lead Poisoning

    Children's Cabinet Working To Address State Lead Poisoning

    Sickle cell disease was identified as a risk factor. "You really have to make sure that the kid does not come in contact with lead and that's very hard for most families and it really depends health depts., landlords and really demands the action of the lead agency that profited off of making all this money from lead paint because they knew from the 1920's on that it was poisoning children".

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  • Preteens need only two rounds of HPV vaccine, CDC says

    Preteens need only two rounds of HPV vaccine, CDC says

    Maldonado predicts that a two-dose schedule, rather than three, will also make it easier to complete the series. The CDC and ACIP revised the previous recommendation after reviewing data from clinical trials showing that 2 doses of the HPV vaccine in younger adolescents produced an immune response similar to, or higher than, the response in young adults who received 3 doses.

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  • 6 draw between the Seahawks and the Cardinals

    6 draw between the Seahawks and the Cardinals

    The tie was the first in Seahawks' history and left them 4-1-1, 1.5 games ahead of the Cardinals (3-3-1) in the NFC West. The Cards set up for a game-winning field goal, but a delay of game penalty pushed it from a 19-yard attempt to 24 yards.

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  • Tyler Perry conjures up 'Boo! A Madea Halloween'

    Tyler Perry conjures up 'Boo! A Madea Halloween'

    Tyler Perry bested Tom Cruise at the box office this weekend. In second place was another debut film - "Jack Reacher: Never Go Back ", at $ 23 million . The big opening next weekend is Tom Hanks starring in "Inferno". And then there's the "horror" aspect of the movie, which consists of mostly annoying jump scares and the cheapest of practical effects that look 20 years out of date.

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  • 3 sex-spread diseases hit another record high, CDC says

    3 sex-spread diseases hit another record high, CDC says

    The number of people diagnosed with chlamydia rose 6.4% in MI from 2014 to 2015. Among the categories that are most exposed to STDs are minority and racial ethnic groups, who cannot afford the basic necessities and could find it hard to access proper healthcare services regarding sexual issues.

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  • Does Joe Biden want to fight Donald Trump?

    Biden also said Trump has made so many "asinine assertions" that a debate over policy ideas has been drowned out. The vice president admitted that he didn't really want to get into the business of criticizing Trump's behavior, but that the audio of him talking about using his power and fame to take advantage of women sickened him.

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  • Federal appeal seeks to halt North Carolina restroom law

    Federal appeal seeks to halt North Carolina restroom law

    As of October 15, almost 6.8 million people were registered to vote in North Carolina. North Carolina is a battleground state, with close races for president, U.S. It wasn't immediately clear if the voters would seek relief at the U.S. Supreme Court. I know that there's fraud. The plan approved by the Forsyth County elections board has early voting starting Thursday, Oct.

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  • 'Lucky pennies' worth $1000 hidden in major cities, including Charlotte

    'Lucky pennies' worth $1000 hidden in major cities, including Charlotte

    Along with Detroit , the pennies have been left in Austin, Texas, Charlotte, N.C., Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, San Diego and Washington, D.C. The Sweepstakes is meant to reward eligible participants who are lucky and encounter Ally Lucky Pennies in the course of their regular activities, not to encourage hunting for Ally Lucky Pennies in obscure locations or travel.

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  • In Colorado, Trump calls for congressional term limits

    In Colorado, Trump calls for congressional term limits

    Little of that bile was demonstrated before Trump's speech. And the crowd, while waving blue and white " Trump Pence" signs and red "Make America Great Again" signs, loved every minute of it. But for some at Tuesday's rally, the idea of a rigged elections has been present for sometime. "Democracy, by definition, works by consent not by force", Obama said.

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  • Indian American hotelier accused of singeing two dogs

    Indian American hotelier accused of singeing two dogs

    Vikram Chatwal playing nice with a more fortunate dog. Amid the argument, he's accused of taking out an aerosol can and using a lighter to ignite the spray from the can to burn the two dogs. Chatwal's personal web page was suspended Tuesday morning, but a bio page previously featured on the site describes him as the founder of hotels including Dream, Night, Time, Unscripted, and Augustus.

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  • Regulators: Pennsylvania health insurance premiums to rise

    But Burwell countered that the Affordable Care Act's marketplace of 11 million consumers has established a track record. It predicted 15 million people enrolled in the marketplace during 2017. We have fewer choices in our health care today than we did before the ACA was put into place. "They basically say, you know what, I've looked at this, and frankly the economics don't really work out for me", said Jenny Cordina, a McKinsey partner.

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  • Experts gives temperature measures in hot car death case

    Experts gives temperature measures in hot car death case

    Dr. David Brani was the first witness called to the stand. Brani, a thermal test and heat transfer scientist, conducted the heat study inside Harris' auto. Allegations that Harris had sexually explicit online conversations with an underage girl are completely unrelated to the murder and child cruelty charges he faces in the death of his son, defense attorney Maddox Kilgore has said previously.

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  • China says visit by Philippine president restores trust

    Duterte will have to remember during his negotiations with top Chinese leaders, including President Xi Jinping , that China will never accept the arbitration verdict. The benefits of the anticipated rapprochement go beyond the two countries. "I just want to talk to China", he said. I'm not mad at them but I am totally exasperated that they don't know the law.

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