• Donald Trump has incredible genes: doctor
Donald Trump has incredible genes: doctor

Jackson. "I mean, I'm strong, physically", Trump told Reuters. Petersen said he could not comment specifically on the presidents cognitive health. "He asked me to do it", Jackson said of Trump , 71, who a year ago became the oldest person ever to become president. '(It is) easy to address if he increases the dose of his cholesterol-lowering ...

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  • Inside the Turpin's former Texas home
Inside the Turpin's former Texas home

California Assemblyman Jose Medina believes that the "torture house" where 16 children were held in captivity, starved, and beaten happened because of poor oversight of private and home schools. While the children were deprived of food, the Turpin parents ate well and even tormented the children by putting apple and pumpkin pies on the kitchen cou...

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  • Highway 101 reopens after being swamped by deadly California mudslides
Highway 101 reopens after being swamped by deadly California mudslides

Highway 101 at Olive Mill Road in Montecito on January 21, 2018, after two weeks of cleanup following deadly mudslides that closed the highway for weeks. Authorities said a search and recovery dog team located the body of an adult woman around 10 a.m., CBS Los Angeles reports. The body of a 28-year-old California woman, missing since savage mudsl...

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  • Supreme Court to take up third travel ban
Supreme Court to take up third travel ban

The latest ban restricts travel from eight nations, six of them predominantly Muslim. The current travel ban, which was promulgated in September 2017, restricts travel to varying degrees from Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea , Somalia, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen.

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  • President approves disqualification of 20 AAP legislators
President approves disqualification of 20 AAP legislators

Otherwise we would have been nothing. Shabbir Ali sought to recall that though the high court struck down the Telangana GO appointing the six MLAs as parliamentary secretaries in May 2015, the KCR government is still continuing them. On March 12, 2013, Chief Minister Mukul Sangma had administered oath of office to 18 MLAs as Parliamentary Secreta...

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  • Dortmund warn Arsenal over Aubameyang
Dortmund warn Arsenal over Aubameyang

With the Sanchez and Mkhitaryan moves close, most Bookmakers have closed their markets on those deals happening - but Aubameyang odds have been cut further after Wenger's statement. Is Aubameyang worth the risk? We think it's time for Dortmund to sell. Arsenal , however, are confident of completing a deal for the Gabon global, who has sco...

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  • How to keep kids healthy during flu season
How to keep kids healthy during flu season

Almost all of the outbreaks (94%) reported so far this season have been in facilities serving people at higher risk for complications due to influenza infection (children and adults aged ≥65 years). Hospitalizations and emergency room visits related to the flu are also up versus the past two years in Maryland and across the country, parti...

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  • Trump asked doctor for cognitive test
Trump asked doctor for cognitive test

Yet Trump's former wife, Ivana Trump, offers these kind words of support for her ex: He's not a racist, she says, he just says racist things. We believe that the initial reports about what the president said were accurate, regardless of belated denials.

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  • Bangladesh to coordinate with UN over Rohingya return
Bangladesh to coordinate with UN over Rohingya return

An estimated 650,000 have fled their villages to escape a vicious campaign of murder, rape and arson since late August. But with their villages destroyed, their land seized and no guarantee of... Rohingyas are a Muslim minority ethnic group in Myanmar. More than 100 Rohingya Muslims from northern Rakhine fled into Bangladesh and scores more wer...

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  • A 5-foot long tapeworm pulls out from a sushi lover's body
A 5-foot long tapeworm pulls out from a sushi lover's body

A California man is likely adjusting his consistent sushi propensity in the wake of finding a tapeworm that may have entered his body through the crude salmon he adores to such an extent. "He is scared to death that he's got something bad", Banh said. Banh, who often makes guest appearances on educational podcasts like " This Won't Hurt A Bit "...

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  • Five influenza-related deaths in Santa Clara County
Five influenza-related deaths in Santa Clara County

The flu epidemic across the country is showing no signs of slowing down. Dr. Tae Jung, a doctor based in Calcutta, said Friday the rising increases in the flu virus and its widespread travel are causes for concern, and something the community should take seriously this year.

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  • End of Adolescence Should Be Pushed to Age 24, Study Suggests
End of Adolescence Should Be Pushed to Age 24, Study Suggests

Previously, puberty used to occur around the age of 14 but with improved health and nutrition around the world to age 10. The transition period from child to adulthood now occupies a greater portion of the life course than ever before, they argued, as "unprecedented social forces, including marketing and digital media, are affecting health and ...

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  • Wenger: Oxlade-Chamberlain not a certain starter at Liverpool
Wenger: Oxlade-Chamberlain not a certain starter at Liverpool

Arsenal host Liverpool this Friday night at the Emirates. Wenger is likely to welcome defender Shkodran Mustafi back following the Germany international's recovery from a thigh problem. "I think he is one of the players who played with quality in the first half, determination", Wenger said . They can switch and change styles. "We shou...

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  • Public vigil for Tyler Hilinski announced
Public vigil for Tyler Hilinski announced

Across social media, those who knew the Hilinski family, as well as Cougar athletes past and present offered their thoughts and prayers. Washington State Cougars quarterback Tyler Hilinski (3) back to pass in the first half of the Holiday Bowl played against the Michigan State Spartans, on December 28, 2017, played at SDCCU Stadium in San D...

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  • Met Eireann issue TWO new weather warnings
Met Eireann issue TWO new weather warnings

It issued a yellow "be aware" warning on Monday for the period from 9pm on Wednesday to 1pm on Thursday but has now revised that to midnight until 9am. "However, in the north rain will turn to sleet and snow leading to significant accumulations of snow". "A spell of persistent and heavy snow is expected to develop".

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  • Boris Johnson suggests building bridge across English Channel linking United Kingdom with France
Boris Johnson suggests building bridge across English Channel linking United Kingdom with France

Johnson, a prominent voice in the campaign for Britain to leave the European Union, also tweeted a photo of the pair giving a thumbs up after the summit, captioned: "En marche!" At a U.K. And in fact the idea of a bridge across the Channel is nothing new. Instead, the Strait of Dover is a major waterway and the busiest shipping lane in the wor...

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  • HHS Religious Freedom Division draws praise, alarm in Minnesota
HHS Religious Freedom Division draws praise, alarm in Minnesota

Israel said people who now object to certain medical procedures or policies will not be forced to take part in them, and will be able to contact the freedom division about other issues too - including religious discrimination. "Religious freedom is our first freedom and I welcome the news that HHS is committed to protecting our precious freed...

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  • First camp for Rohingya refugees returning to Burma will open next week
First camp for Rohingya refugees returning to Burma will open next week

The meeting in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw was the first for a joint working group set up to hammer out the details of the November repatriation agreement. Under this agreement, Bangladesh will establish five camps. "In Myanmar, Rohingyas have been the victims of ethnic cleansing at the hands of Myanmar's security forces and also local vigilantes".

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  • Kelly: Trump Wasn't 'Fully Informed' on Border Wall; Trump Denies
Kelly: Trump Wasn't 'Fully Informed' on Border Wall; Trump Denies

Trump added in a follow-up tweet, "The Wall will be paid for, directly or indirectly, or through longer term reimbursement, by Mexico , which has a ridiculous $71 billion dollar trade surplus with the U.S. According to the newspaper, Kelly said Trump had pledged his "big, lovely wall" before becoming "fully informed" of the natural barriers that...

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  • Flu virus to blame for deaths of 45 Oklahomans
Flu virus to blame for deaths of 45 Oklahomans

The Cuyahoga County Public Health Collaborative reported the totals Thursday in its influenza report for the week of January 7-13. According to hospitalization numbers from the Oklahoma State Department of Health, residents in Oklahoma and Tulsa counties accounted for the most flu hospitalizations in the state.

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  • ICE plans major sweep in Northern California, Bay Area
ICE plans major sweep in Northern California, Bay Area

The partnership is aimed at illegal immigrants who are arrested and charged for incidents unrelated to their immigration status. "ICE places a high priority on enhancing public safety through the arrest and removal of criminal aliens from the United States", ICE said in a statement.

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  • 20 children dead from flu in USA this winter — CDC
20 children dead from flu in USA this winter — CDC

Cover said her daughter was scheduled for a round of vaccines on December 22 but contracted influenza over Thanksgiving and died on December 1. "It is "Strain A" of flu, so it is similar to Aussie and French flu". "It may be a less ideal match than we'd like it to be", Green said. There has been a marked increase in the number of patients diagnos...

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  • Lessons from Hawaii's Emergency Notification False Alarm Fiasco
Lessons from Hawaii's Emergency Notification False Alarm Fiasco

David Ige (D) said the pre-programmed alert, the only one of its kind in the USA, was sent after an employee "pushed the wrong button" during a shift change. "It makes me angry just to recount that 20 minutes", said U.S. Sen. No sooner had we written up that fake missile alert in Hawaii than another fake missile alert was sent out, this time...

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  • ''Shithole' Projected onto Trump Hotel in Washington DC
''Shithole' Projected onto Trump Hotel in Washington DC

Bell is no stranger to protest projections, particularly during the Trump era, as his shows. Robin Bell , the man reportedly behind the display, posted pictures on Twitter of the words "sh*thole", and "this place is a sh*thole", as well as the poop emoji, reported The Huffington Post .

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  • Rainbow dinosaur had iridescent plumage
Rainbow dinosaur had iridescent plumage

Three years ago, a farmer in the Hebei province of China uncovered a mysterious fossil and brought it to the the Paleontological Museum of Liaoning. On the other, the rainbow-colored feathers that cover the crest and neck provide very early evidence of melanosomes, organelles in animal cells that store light-absorbing pigments.

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  • Passenger With Measles Flew Through Chicago's O'Hare
Passenger With Measles Flew Through Chicago's O'Hare

The Illinois Department of Public Health says those who were at the airport between 6:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. CT might have been exposed. Last week, a female college student traveling from Mumbai, India , traveling to Indianapolis International Airport by way of Newark Liberty International Airport, was confirmed to have been diagnosed with measles...

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  • Pandemonium in Florida as casino boat carrying 50 people bursts into FLAMES
Pandemonium in Florida as casino boat carrying 50 people bursts into FLAMES

Sunday and passed away after. He said she had apparently gone home after the fire but became ill. Rescue crews initially reported everyone made it to shore, but now say one person is unaccounted for. Terrified witnesses watched as people on board a casino boat shuttle jumped into the Gulf waters to escape a fire. There were multiple people ...

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  • Protestors clash with police over girl's rape, murder
Protestors clash with police over girl's rape, murder

Police say the girl was kidnapped near her home when she was on her way to take a Quran class. Her body was recovered from a heap of trash on January 9 and was sent to the District Headquarters Hospital for an autopsy. They have also smashed auto windows with sticks. Emergency services remained suspended for about nine hours since noon as most of t...

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  • Navy's Niumatalolo pulls out of Arizona job hunt
Navy's Niumatalolo pulls out of Arizona job hunt

Arizona is looking for a replacement for Rich Rodriguez , who was sacked January 2 after a USA Today story revealed the school had hired an outside firm to conduct an investigation into alleged workplace misconduct and a change of sexual harassment against Rodriguez by a former administrative assistant.

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  • CDC: Flu Hammering Country, With More to Come
CDC: Flu Hammering Country, With More to Come

Centers for Disease Control said Friday, and the number of people hospitalized has almost doubled from last week. Health Minister John Haggie says a potentially less-than-perfect flu vaccine doesn't mean people should skip their flu vaccine this year.

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  • Lake County flu clinic rescheduled due to weather
Lake County flu clinic rescheduled due to weather

Three people have died from flu-related deaths this season, according to the Lake County General Health District. The Commissioner of Public Health warned that there have been 15 flu-related deaths of people 65 and older this season, with that same age group making up the majority of the more than 450 flu hospitalizations.

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  • Yemen's Houthis say they fired ballistic missile at Saudi
Yemen's Houthis say they fired ballistic missile at Saudi

On Dec. 19, 2017, the Houthi movement fired a ballistic missile toward the royal palace in the Saudi capital of Riyadh. Yemen's Shiite rebels say they have fired a ballistic missile targeting a special forces camp and a facility for helicopter gunships in the Saudi border province of Najran.

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  • Dallas pastor Robert Jeffress defends Trump's
Dallas pastor Robert Jeffress defends Trump's "shithole countries" comments

The president of the United States is racist ". Probably should record future meetings - unfortunately , no trust! Day, he did not respond to repeated questions about his use of the vulgarity or if he is a racist. Immigration is one of the issues that Pope Francis, who has strongly defended the rights of developing countries, and Trump have clash...

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  • Officials report 4 more flu deaths in NC
Officials report 4 more flu deaths in NC

The week ending December 30, 2017, saw 142 confirmed flu cases, an increase of 48 percent over the previous week. There have been over 10,000 lab-confirmed cases this season, according to county data. To stay clear of the flu until its end - typically around March - Grey and Garcia recommend frequent hand washing, following good hygiene, resting ...

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  • HP recalls more than 50000 lithium-ion batteries
HP recalls more than 50000 lithium-ion batteries

The company says you can also order a free replacement battery, and HP will then send a technician to your home to install it for free. However, not every battery in the listed products is affected. Naturally, none of this will come at any cost to the customer, except for the inconvenience of temporarily having your battery disabled. This mode will...

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