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  • Texas gives Herman 5 years, minimum of $25 million

    As Chip Brown reported last weekend, Herman could make around $5.35 million in year one and will receive pay increases each year after, according to Brown's sources. Deliberations were done in private before the board took a public vote to approve the contract. He's also angry at Herman for vowing not to attempt to bring Houston recruits with him to Texas, a promise he reportedly is not keeping.

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  • Dean takes himself out of the race for chairman of DNC

    I have other priorities. "We can not allow this to become a proxy fight between Bernie Sanders' people and Hillary Clinton's people". A staunch supporter of Bernie Sanders, he represents the left-most fringes of a party that should continue to vie for the vital center, to the extent that one still exists in American politics.

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  • Unemployment drops to 4.6%, lowest since 2007

    Unemployment drops to 4.6%, lowest since 2007

    A broad measure of unemployment, that includes people who want to work but have given up searching and those working part-time because they can not find full-time employment, fell two-tenths of a percentage point to 9.3 percent , the lowest level since April 2008.

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  • Dear Zindagi 7th Day Collection: First Week Box Office Report

    Dear Zindagi 7th Day Collection: First Week Box Office Report

    The film left everyone in awe and had all the possibilities to leave a mark in one's mind. The curiosity buds of the audiences were tickled right after the mesmerising teasers of Dear Zindagi had come out and since then they had been anxiously waiting for the film to hit the silver screens.

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  • VA may have infected 600 veterans with HIV and Hepatitis

    VA may have infected 600 veterans with HIV and Hepatitis

    Tuesday, the Tomah VA said a dentist was under investigation for not meeting the clinic's cleaning standard. "It is bad enough that this person misused equipment for a year before being reported, but it is insulting that such blatant disregard for human life does not result in immediate dismissal", the petition, which can be signed here, states.

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  • Latest reading on economy expected to show strong growth for third quarter

    Latest reading on economy expected to show strong growth for third quarter

    Nov 30 Canada's economy accelerated in the third quarter at its fastest pace in more than two years as it benefited from a rebound in oil exports, cementing expectations the central bank will keep interest rates steady next week. Construction (up 0.7 per cent) and manufacturing (up 0.5 per cent) also posted solid gains, while retail trade rose 0.1 per cent. Recessions are sometimes defined as two quarters of economic contraction, so a negative number for the third quarter would have combined ...

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  • FDA Approves Ecstasy Trials for PTSD Sufferers

    FDA Approves Ecstasy Trials for PTSD Sufferers

    Doctors have legitimate concerns when it comes to using MDMA as a prescription drug-after all, there's a high risk for abuse, and in an era of rampant prescription opioid addiction, that's scary. There are, of course, members of the medical community concerned that federal approval of treatment would cause users to acquire the drug illegally and self-medicate, as many have done recently with opioids.

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  • Lack of sleep is costing the UK economy up to £40 billion

    Lack of sleep is costing the UK economy up to £40 billion

    Researchers found changes to bone mineral density and bone marrow in the rodents when they were deprived of shuteye over a period of 72 days."If true in humans, and I expect that it may be, this work will have great impact on our understanding of the impact of sleep deprivation on osteoporosis and inability to fix bone damage as we age", Steven R.

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  • First female Chief Justice appointed

    First female Chief Justice appointed

    Edelman comes from a Perth family well-known of its attachment to the law. "Justice Kiefel is a prime example that we do not always have to follow the traditional path to success", says Heilbronn. Justice Kiefel was also the first woman in Queensland to be appointed Queen's counsel. "He was from an upper middle class background, went to a high status school, often private, and then proceeded to one of the main universities where he had a brilliant academic record before proceeding to the ...

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  • Busy Atlantic hurricane season comes to a close today

    Busy Atlantic hurricane season comes to a close today

    This year was somewhat unusual because the first storm of the season, Alex, formed in January. The biggest storm of the season, Matthew, was the first hurricane in the Atlantic to reach Category 5 since Felix in 2007. It is also the first storm in 20 years to survive crossing over from the Atlantic to the Pacific, since Hurricane Cesar-Douglas in 1996. The average number of major hurricanes in the Atlantic is 2.3.

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  • Search for HIV vaccine resumes with test in South Africa

    Search for HIV vaccine resumes with test in South Africa

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported an estimated 1.2 million Americans are now infected with HIV, but one in eight don't know they have it. "Early detection through testing for HIV remains essential to successfully identifying and treating the disease and is critical to preventing new infections".

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  • Highly toxic opioid found at scene of fatal overdose in Vancouver

    Highly toxic opioid found at scene of fatal overdose in Vancouver

    Coroners Service says testing can not confirm whether the powerful opioid was the cause of death. Police were called to a home in East Vancouver, near Nanaimo and Dundas Street, on November 17 after the man failed to show up at work. When a man on scene was searched, it was discovered he had several grams of a narcotic believed to be heroin. Health Canada informed Vancouver police that the samples contained trace amounts of carfentanil.

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  • Texas Identifies First Local Case of Zika, Likely Spread By a Mosquito

    Texas Identifies First Local Case of Zika, Likely Spread By a Mosquito

    The Zika virus has been shown to cause serious birth defects when a pregnant woman is infected, especially during the early stages of the pregnancy. Further investigation will be necessary in order to pinpoint how and where the infection occurred, according to the DCHS news release . This summer, Houston-area health officials blamed the death of an infant there on Zika-related complications; the child's mother, who was from El Salvador, had become infected in Central America and arrived ...

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  • Want To Live A Long Life? Take Up Tennis

    Want To Live A Long Life? Take Up Tennis

    It found that people who play team sports when younger often do not move onto a new sport once their teams disband for family, or injury reasons. Runners had a 13% lower risk of death from all causes than people who weren't active. "The most consistent finding was an association between racquet sports and cardiovascular health", says lead author Stamatakis, National Health and Medical Research Council senior research fellow at the Charles Perkins Centre, faculty of health sciences and ...

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  • Dozens arrested during US protests for higher minimum wages

    Dozens arrested during US protests for higher minimum wages

    William Barber II said in a statement. "If you don't like the situation you're in, you can always change jobs", the man said. Police reported multiple arrests in several cities after protesters clogged traffic. Hilda Edmundson helped lead the charge. The bill would also raise the hourly wage for tipped workers, who now make $3.35 an hour. But Kendall Fells, organizing director of Fight for $15, says voters across the country are not ambivalent.

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  • Wisconsin-Minnesota Preview, as well as scenarios involving the West race

    Wisconsin-Minnesota Preview, as well as scenarios involving the West race

    Sagapolu, who has been absent from the lineup since suffering a right arm injury against Ohio State on October 15, was ruled out Monday. The Badgers are one of three Big Ten teams, including MI and Ohio State , ranked in the top five. Under the scenario in which Alabama, Ohio State , Clemson, Washington and UW all win out, the website still gives the Badgers a 44 percent chance to be included in the four-team field.

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  • Juno Therapeutics halts study after more patient deaths

    Juno Therapeutics halts study after more patient deaths

    Juno Therapeutics has an exclusive license to the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital patented technology for CD19 directed product candidates that use 4-1BB, which was developed by Dario Campana, Chihaya Imai, and St. The stock of Juno Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ: JUNO ) has "Buy" rating given on Tuesday, December 15 by Standpoint Research. If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article.

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  • French Conservatives Vote in First Nationwide Presidential Primary

    Across France on Sunday, lines were long in many polling stations, where voters chose among seven candidates competing in the first round of the conservatives' primary Sunday. Alain Juppe , 71, who has campaigned as a moderate and a unifying figure in the aftermath of jihadist attacks. Sarkozy, who has campaigned on a hardline law-and-order platform, has somehow narrowed the gap with Juppe over the past week.

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  • Will Legal Marijuana Lead To More People Smoking Tobacco?

    Will Legal Marijuana Lead To More People Smoking Tobacco?

    Going even further back to long before he came a candidate, Trump said during the Company of the Year Awards luncheon held by the Miami Herald in April 1990 that the war on drugs is "a joke" and that drugs should become legalized. Medical dispensaries now pay 7.5 percent in state sales tax on sales, and local taxes typically add 1 percent to 2 percent. Adults can now legally smoke and grow marijuana for recreational use in California, but Stanford University students won't be allowed to ...

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  • President-elect agrees to $25M settlement in Trump University suit

    President-elect agrees to $25M settlement in Trump University suit

    Donald Trump will settle lawsuits in NY and California against his now-defunct Trump University that allege the school defraud students who paid large sums to learn about real estate and meet the Manhattan billionaire. Trump's attorneys also raised the prospect of having the president-elect testify by video recording. Trump's attorneys had previously vowed to fight the lawsuits, but perhaps felt a settlement was a more appropriate action as the president-elect works to prepare for his ...

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  • Minnesota mom sues teenage child over transgender treatment

    Minnesota mom sues teenage child over transgender treatment

    Paul, Minnesota court. Linnea Mirsch, the St. Louis County Public Health and Human Services Department director, who was also named as a defendant in the suit, declined to comment. While the mother has been denied the right to plead her case in court, her now 17-year-old son is left on his own to make major decisions of his life.

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  • SC Gov. Haley elected vice chair of the Republican Governors Association

    SC Gov. Haley elected vice chair of the Republican Governors Association

    Despite Haley's critical comments about Trump throughout much of the campaign and her reluctance to support his candidacy, she is among those Trump will consider for secretary of state under his administration. After hitting out at Trump's stand on several issues, Haley backed him with some reservation once he won the nomination from the Republican party. Mrs Haley, the daughter of Indian immigrants, was a vocal critic of the property mogul on the campaign trail.

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  • Chester hospital's radiology department turns pink for breast cancer

    Chester hospital's radiology department turns pink for breast cancer

    For many people breast cancer can be diagnosed early and treated, so they can walk away from the experience without any signs of breast cancer. Prof Carole Longson, director of the centre for health technology assessment at Nice, said there was only limited evidence of how well the drug worked because it had been quickly licensed on the back of promising but early trial data.

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  • Rob Gronkowski's lung not punctured, many can now exhale

    That injury may have been the result of a huge hit laid on Gronkowski by Seattle's Earl Thomas in the second quarter of the 31-24 Seahawks win. "Good clean hit. And one of the most memorable plays of the game was this one: "an incomplete pass from Brady to Gronkowski that resulted in an absolute bell-ringing from the 5'10" Earl Thomas .

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  • Salvation Army kicks off Angel Tree program

    Salvation Army kicks off Angel Tree program

    He says this community is very good to the Salvation Army and the programs it supports. People are encouraged to take a tag from a tree and buy a gift for that child. She added that volunteers can contribute anything from an hour to a full day, and that groups can sign up to volunteer for certain shifts as well. "I had been wanting to be a bell ringer for years and years and this was just my year", Mrs.

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  • See how these kids thanked soldiers during Veterans Day

    It is important that each of us on this special day take a moment to say THANK YOU to our veterans and our current military personnel. Previous issues of long wait times for care at VA facilities and the more recent problem of veterans being unable to get through to the best-trained staffers on the VA suicide hotline represents a shameful failure of our nation.

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  • Maine chooses to legalize marijuana for recreational use

    It continues a growing momentum toward a state-by-state relaxation of marijuana prohibitions - one that doesn't always conform to traditional partisan lines, legalization advocates say. It was one of several issues the USA public was voting on on Tuesday - in addition to a new President. "This has exceeded the expectations of even the most Pollyanna-ish industry participants".

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  • From LA to NYC, thousands protest Trump election

    From LA to NYC, thousands protest Trump election

    Questlove posted about people in Times Square "taking it to the streets". "We will still all be sitting at the same table for Thanksgiving", the "Roar" singer said. In Oakland, protests turned violent. Five people were shot and injured in an area near the protest, but police said the shootings and the demonstration were unrelated.

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  • Burning ban issued for 25 mountain counties

    Burning ban issued for 25 mountain counties

    In North Carolina , a blaze prompted evacuations Tuesday, and a state of emergency was declared. This could be a concern again sometime in the coming weeks as wildfires rage in drought-stricken western North Carolina . "So, they really have to be careful about anything they do, even if they're not in a burn ban", said Goosman. The largest fires are in Jackson County, Lake Lure, and in the South Mountains State Park in Burke County.

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  • Coca-Cola, PepsiCo hit with wave of taxes

    Coca-Cola, PepsiCo hit with wave of taxes

    Voters in four major cities have approved taxes on sugar-added beverages-an indication that more taxes from local governments could be in the pipeline for the soda industry. Philadelphia earlier this year passed a levy on soft drinks, pitched as a way to fill a budget shortfall via a tactic that other politicians and advocates have also adopted.

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  • US Election 2016: Donald Trump caught spying on Melania as she voted

    US Election 2016: Donald Trump caught spying on Melania as she voted

    The scene was captured by Sharon Clott Kanter, People Magazine's deputy style director, on her cellphone. "Protest inside polling station where Trump votes". Femen , a group of Ukrainian origin, is known for its naked protests around the world. Since 1992, it has been legal for women in the state of NY to bare their breasts in public for non-commercial activities and it is believed the pair were arrested on charges of alleged electioneering.

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