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  • Rain, snow, wind with Christmas storm

    Rain, snow, wind with Christmas storm

    Saturday .Patchy fog before 10 a.m. Warmer temperatures will move through the area and bring rain. Sunday, Christmas Day , will feature a return to warm temperatures of about 40 degrees during the day. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 59. South wind around 6 miles per hour. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 60. Temperatures are expected to reach the upper 40s, with sustained winds as high as 16 miles per hour and wind gusts as high as 23 miles per hour.

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  • Two Dozen Injured in New York City Blaze

    Two Dozen Injured in New York City Blaze

    Firefighters are working to evacuate residents. "No way I could see anything, so I went back into my apartment". None of the injuries sustained in the flames are thought to be life threatening although two were described as "critical" and for as "potentially serious", according to Chief Leonard.

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  • Little Boy's Adoption Photo Is the Best Thing You'll See This Season

    Little Boy's Adoption Photo Is the Best Thing You'll See This Season

    Earlier this week, the Montgomery-Brown family attended court so they could formally adopt their son Michael. His sister Dezhianna, who goes by Dae on Twitter , tweeted out the photos after the adoption ceremony. Little Michael Brown has got the best Christmas present ever - a new family. He couldn't help but let everyone know that he was being adopted today.

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  • Russian ambassador to Turkey dies in gun attack in Ankara

    Altintas shouted "Don't forget Aleppo" and "Allahu Akbar", Arabic for "God is greatest", as he fired the shots. The gunman was killed at the gallery 15 minutes later. During the phone call, Kerry raised concerns about "some of the rhetoric coming out of Turkey with respect to American involvement or support, tacit or otherwise, for this unspeakable assassination", John Kirby, Kerry's spokesman, said .

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  • Facebook accused over WhatsApp takeover

    Commissioner Margrethe Vestager, who is in charge of competition policy, said companies had to take their obligations seriously. Yet in August of this year, an update of the terms of service to WhatsApp users revealed that it would be possible to link a WhatsApp phone number with a Facebook account in order to promote more specific advertising and linking of other Facebook friends.

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  • Texas gives Planned Parenthood notice of Medicaid ouster

    Last year, shortly after the state announced initial intentions to pull Medicaid funding, the organization filed a preemptive lawsuit in federal court to block the cuts. The health care organization says it will challenge the filing in court by seeking a preliminary injunction on a lawsuit filed in November of a year ago when the state first threatened to cut the funding.

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  • Smoking Marijuana: Increasing Number Of Pregnant Women Using Drug In U.S.

    Between 2001 and 2013, marijuana use among U.S. adults more than doubled, many states legalized marijuana use, and attitudes toward marijuana became more permissive. Older children were found to have memory and attention problems later in life. Limited Research Leaves More QuestionsResearch into the effects of smoking weed on pregnancy is limited.

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  • Man City rallies for 2-1 win over Arsenal in Premier League

    Man City rallies for 2-1 win over Arsenal in Premier League

    What will concern Guardiola, though, was the manner in which his defense was opened by Arsenal for Walcott's goal. Asked for clarification on his remarks, Wenger said: "I want them to be very well protected, I want them to be safe, but if they could make the right decisions it would be even better".

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  • Britain OKs making babies from DNA of 3 people in some cases

    Britain OKs making babies from DNA of 3 people in some cases

    The new procedures are meant to fix problems linked to mitochondria , the energy-producing structures outside a cell's nucleus . Dagan Wells, a professor at Oxford University's biomedical research center, told Reuters that "mitochondrial donation offers a real opportunity to cure a class of potentially devastating inherited conditions and will bring hope to hundreds of affected families in the United Kingdom".

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  • Is Lamar Odom headed for a new reality show?

    I was in a dark place. Lamar, who is still recovering from his nearly fatal overdose, is trying to find some positives in what occurred. So, I guess they say everything happens for a reason. "Due to his recovery, we're going to air that complete interview after he completes treatment", the host explained following the clip, adding the show purposely kept everything under wraps because "the number one goal was to get Lamar into recovery and get him well".

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  • Quarterly EPS analysis of Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (NYSE:BMY)

    EPS in next five year years is expected to touch 17.90% while EPS growth in past 5 year was -12.20% along with sales growth of -3.20% in the last five years. The ex-dividend date of this dividend is Wednesday, October 5th. This is a boost from Bristol-Myers Squibb's previous quarterly dividend of $0.38. Bristol-Myers Squibb Company P/E (price to earnings) ratio is 29.21 and Forward P/E ratio of 19.67.

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  • First Birth Using Previously Frozen Ovarian Tissue

    This procedure working out is giving hope to young women all over the world, especially who think it would be hard to conceive after going through therapy for curing cancer , blood or other immune disorders. Al Matrooshi said the birth of her baby was "like a miracle". "Whilst the idea of freezing pieces of ovary from the woman before she is given chemotherapy or radiotherapy has been around for many years, until recently it has not been absolutely clear how best to do this", added Allan ...

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  • Birth defects seen in 6 percent of United States pregnancies with Zika

    Birth defects seen in 6 percent of United States pregnancies with Zika

    Just in time for Christmas, the CDC has issued a Zika warning to any pregnant women traveling to Brownsville, Texas. There was a mean 163 days in between the time of maternal symptom onset and detection of Zika virus RNA in brain tissue, and a mean 81 days to detection in placental tissue, they wrote in Emerging Infectious Diseases .

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  • "Drive Sober or get Pulled Over" Campaign Runs Until the New Year

    Through New Year's Day, officers are stepping up their enforcement efforts reduce drunk driving. Too often, drivers take to the roads after drinking at holiday celebrations. He said, "We have a "Drive Sober" mobile app that allows you to identify a safe way home". "Always have a designated driver or get a taxi, use Uber, or Lyft".

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  • Crystal Palace Vs. Manchester United Live Stream

    Crystal Palace Vs. Manchester United Live Stream

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho described Marcos Rojo as "phenomenal", "aggressive" and "clean" following Wednesday night's 2-1 win over Crystal Palace. Ever since Bailly joined Manchester United from Villarreal FC for a sum of £30million in the summer, the defender has been out for most of the season with injuries.

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  • HHS finalizes rule to safeguard federal funds for family planning

    Title X uses grants to partly pay for contraceptives, health checks, and cancer and STI screenings for low earners - 85% of the citizens who use free services earn less than $23,500 per year. "As far as Planned Parenthood is concerned, I'm pro-life, I'm totally against abortion having to do with Planned Parenthood ", Donald Trump said on February 25, 2016, during a CNN-Telemundo Republican debate on the eve of the Texas primary.

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  • Obama signs 21st Century Cures Act into law

    Jeffrey Smith, vice president of public policy at the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA), said , "Essentially what this legislation does is give matching orders to both the public and the private sectors towards trying to improve the state of health IT and interoperability and usability".

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  • Alabama executes man for 1994 murder of store clerk

    Lockett died after 43 minutes. His lips also moved, but he could not speak, and he appeared to react to both "consciousness tests" that a prison guard performed. This undated photo provided by the Alabama Department of Corrections shows Ronald Bert Smith Jr. CCTV footage showed Smith entering the store to recover the shell casings after the murder.

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  • Cyclone Vardah: Rajnath reviews situation in Andhra, TN; assures help

    IMD in a statement issued at 1 pm said that wind speeds will remain at 100-120 kmph until 5.30 pm, but heavy winds will be experienced through the night (60-65 kmph). The government readied boats for relief work. A vehicle was damaged after an uprooted tree fell on it. Videos and pictures of damage to property including huts and even a star hotel in Chennai and uprooting of trees gave a glimpse of the magnitude of the storm.

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  • Penguins mysteriously drown inside zoo exhibit

    Dorgan said they're still desperately trying to figure out what led the animals to their death. The zoo's veterinary team has completed necropsies on all the birds and say the birds died as a result of drowning. "If one or two birds were in a bit of panic, everyone could have just got in the mix and perhaps they were getting worked up in the pool". He said he knows the zoo staff to be "highly skilled" and "compassionate".

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  • Surgeon General warning on E-cigarettes

    In 2013, several institutions in The University of Texas System, including UTHealth, were funded by the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health to form the Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science on Youth and Young Adults (Texas TCORS).

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  • IS launches overnight attack against Iraqi troops in Mosul

    IS launches overnight attack against Iraqi troops in Mosul

    That link is now broken. A senior US military official for the first time says the USA -led coalition has killed 50,000 Islamic State militants in the last two years in Iraq and Syria. He said he "holds the government responsible for such mistakes" and demanded the immediate launch of an investigation into the alleged strike. Fighters made swift progress, sweeping up from a base south of Mosul to seal off the western route out of the city.

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  • ECB says stimulus extension to support economy

    Stocks rose in response to the ECB's actions, while the euro fell 1.3 percent against the dollar. A decision to not extend the ECB's stimulus program - in which it buys 80 billion euros ($86 billion) in bonds a month - past the current March deadline could worsen concerns about Italy, an economy that's barely grown for years.

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  • Fox approaches Britain's Sky for takeover

    Fox already owns 39 percent of Sky. Sky shares were up 31% in London. 21st Century Fox said certain terms of the offer are still under discussion and might, or might not, lead to an offer being made. The Independent Directors of Sky have indicated to 21st Century Fox that they are willing to recommend the possible offer, Fox said. He had been CEO of Sky, then known as BSkyB, from 2003 to 2007 and chairman from 2007 to 2012.

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  • Surgeon General sounds the alarm on teens and e-cigarettes

    Because they do not actually burn any material but leave users merely inhaling nicotine in steam, they are seen by some health experts as preferable to smoking cigarettes and, by some, as a way to give up cigarette smoking. On Tuesday, Marlboro maker Philip Morris International Inc filed the first USA application to market an electronic tobacco product with a claim that it is less harmful than cigarettes.

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  • 4 more likely homegrown Zika cases found in Texas

    A press release from NET Health says the organization is monitoring the situation closely in regards to what this means for residents and visitors of East Texas. Zika virus mosquitoes have been found in Miami . However, researchers and doctors are concerned about other developmental issues arising. "That information will be crucial to any future public health guidance", he said.

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  • Willie Taggart to be named next head coach at Oregon

    Willie Taggart to be named next head coach at Oregon

    The Bulls ranked fifth nationally in yards/play in 2016 and third in scrimmage plays of 40 yards or longer (29). I liked his style. "Since I was 6 years old, I've wanted to play in the National Football League", he wrote in an announcement on Stanford's website announcing his decision.

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  • Video Tapes Of Beyoncé Performing At Age 10 Are Fantastically '90s

    Video Tapes Of Beyoncé Performing At Age 10 Are Fantastically '90s

    Now, never-before-seen professional videos of Beyonce as a child have emerged, showing her rehearsing for a live set, practising dance routines, and hitting the stage for an artist showcase in San Francisco, California. describes this as a " unique opportunity to. witness the beginning of what we know to be Beyoncé's incredible journey to superstardom ". The superstar, who is already the most nominated woman in the show's history, will compete for honours including Album of the Year, ...

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  • Senate to Vote on 21st Century Cures Monday

    Senate to Vote on 21st Century Cures Monday

    The bill , sponsored by Republican Representative Fred Upton of MI, authorizes $4.8 billion to the National Institutes of Health and $500 million to the Food and Drug Administration to streamline the clinical trial process and hire new staff.

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  • No. 1 Alabama romps past Florida 54-16 in SEC title game

    No. 1 Alabama romps past Florida 54-16 in SEC title game

    The Gators struck first, taking the opening kickoff , they moved 64 yards in 10 plays. He has thrown for 2,592 yards and 22 touchdowns with nine interceptions, while rushing for 841 yards and a team-high 12 touchdowns. However, Florida would not sniff the end zone again. It's an opportunity to win the SEC championship, which to me is a very, very significant accomplishment.

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  • Even with one cigarette a day, odds of early death are higher

    Even with one cigarette a day, odds of early death are higher

    Humberto Choi from Cleveland Clinic. Former smokers fared better when they quit at younger ages. Scientists out of the U.S. National Institutes of Health say that even people who smoke an average of less than one cigarette a day over their lifetime have a 64 per cent higher risk of dying from respiratory diseases than non smokers.

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