• Stock On the Run: Array BioPharma Inc. (ARRY)
Stock On the Run: Array BioPharma Inc. (ARRY)

When we look at the Volatility of the company, Week Volatility is at 10.12% whereas Month Volatility is at 5.16%. In other Array Biopharma news, Director Charles M. Array BioPharma Inc. (ARRY ) 52 week low value is at $2.70 and its current distance from 52 week low value is 157.78%. (ARRY). A frequently used tool among technical stock analyst...

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation raids Maryland Republican political consultant's office
Federal Bureau of Investigation raids Maryland Republican political consultant's office

Rogers told reporters that his firm settled a lawsuit brought by the Cuccinelli campaign after he lost the governor's race to Democrat Terry McAuliffe. The firm's vice president is former congressional aide Chip O'Neil, according to the group's website. Strategic Campaign Consulting was among several defendants named in a 2014 lawsuit filed by fo...

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  • KHSAA to explore moving boys' Sweet Sixteen to earlier date
KHSAA to explore moving boys' Sweet Sixteen to earlier date

Lexington has hosted the state football finals once, back in 1976 at Commonwealth Stadium. The football and girls' basketball championships will have a new home. The recommendation was approved with the caveat that if a corporate sponsor doesn't step forward, the 2020 tournament site could be reconsidered. Class 1A will not follow the same format...

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  • Texas House OKs giving adoption agencies 'religious refusal'
Texas House OKs giving adoption agencies 'religious refusal'

Because the measure aims to protect an organizations "sincerely held religious beliefs", it could allow agencies to enroll a child in a religion-based school, deny referrals for abortion-related contraceptives, drugs or devices and refuse to work with other organizations that don't share their religious beliefs.

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  • Keep an eye on Price Trends: Zayo Group Holdings, Inc.'s (ZAYO)
Keep an eye on Price Trends: Zayo Group Holdings, Inc.'s (ZAYO)

BTIG Research reissued a buy rating and set a $41.00 price target (up previously from $36.00) on shares of Zayo Group Holdings in a report on Friday, January 20th. If you are viewing this report on another website, it was copied illegally and republished in violation of United States and worldwide copyright law.

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  • Trump signs cyber security executive order
Trump signs cyber security executive order

Among the new requirements is that agency heads must be accountable for implementing risk management measures and updating their systems. In the executive order, Trump has directed his Cabinet to begin the hard work of protecting most critical infrastructures, utilities, financial and health care systems and telecommunications networks.

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  • Mosquitoes at San Dimas park test positive for West Nile Virus
Mosquitoes at San Dimas park test positive for West Nile Virus

Zika generally causes mild symptoms in adults and children, but it can cause severe birth defects to the unborn child of a woman who contracts the virus. Microcephaly is a birth defect where a baby's head is smaller than expected when compared to those of the same sex and age. Zika has been linked to a number of devastating birth defects, a lot o...

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  • British, UN leaders to address Somalia humanitarian crisis
British, UN leaders to address Somalia humanitarian crisis

Communities are being forced to sell their assets and borrow food and money to survive. "This morning we presented the revised humanitarian response plan seeking an additional $900 million to the end the year", Guterres said in opening remarks to an worldwide conference on Somalia hosted by British Prime Minister Theresa May.

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  • EU raises euro zone growth forecasts
EU raises euro zone growth forecasts

This would follow "robust growth" of 3.4 per cent in 2016, which exceeded EC's last growth forecast (repeatedly revised upward over the course of previous year, from an initial 1.9 per cent) by 0.1 percentage points. The eurozone's inflation rate is seen slightly lower at the end of 2017, at 1.6%, rather than the 1.7% forecast in February. The eu...

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  • 'Plastic bag' artificial womb could save premature babies
'Plastic bag' artificial womb could save premature babies

Today, extremely premature babies that weigh as little as a pound are hooked to ventilators and other machines inside their incubators. Premature infants would be removed at 28 weeks, at which point their chances of surviving under traditional neonatal care drastically increase.

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  • Texas votes to give immigration lockups child care licenses
Texas votes to give immigration lockups child care licenses

The Houston Chronicle reported the measure, Senate Bill 1942 , passed on a 25-6 vote in the Republican-controlled Senate, after an amendment was shot down that would have mandated the guns be securely stored in the vehicles. Critics have said the measures unfairly target not only transgender people but also gays and lesbians, religious minoritie...

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  • MannKind Corporation (MNKD): What's the Story?
MannKind Corporation (MNKD): What's the Story?

Therefore 25% are positive. The Return on Equity ratio of MannKind Corp. Let's have a look at some of the important valuation ratios of the MannKind Corporation (MNKD). 22 funds opened positions while 49 raised stakes. During the same period in the previous year, the business posted ($0.06) earnings per share. Stock market analysts watching ...

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  • Deaths from fentanyl and related drugs on rise in Washington
Deaths from fentanyl and related drugs on rise in Washington

Charlie Baker said in a statement . Through the first three months of 2017, there had been 172 confirmed opioid-related deaths and more than 300 others that could be added, the report said. "Commencing in [fiscal year 2018], MassHealth will provide additional funding to expand long-term, residential treatment beds in MA as a result of our recent...

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  • 8 members of Penn State frat due in court in pledge's death
8 members of Penn State frat due in court in pledge's death

On Wednesday, the university's president said they must work harder to prevent tragedies like that but many are questioning whether the university should be held accountable. The cameras recorded Piazza drinking vodka and beer and an hour later needing help to walk from an area near the basement stairs to a couch. In an interview with " Good Mornin...

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  • Young Brits Turn to Alcohol to Cope with Mental Health Issues
Young Brits Turn to Alcohol to Cope with Mental Health Issues

We listen to these stories every day at the food bank, keeping how we feel to ourselves as we nod, hand out tissues and make more tea. Mental illnesses are serious disorders which can affect your thinking, mood, and behavior. Educational programs of the Cooperative Extension Service serve all people regardless of economic or social status and wil...

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  • Obama Thanks Kimmel: 'Exactly Why We Fought' for ACA
Obama Thanks Kimmel: 'Exactly Why We Fought' for ACA

The 49-year-old father also expressed his gratitude to the doctors and nurses at Children's Hospital Los Angeles for taking care of his son, saying: "This is some place Children's Hospital Los Angeles". Thankfully, the surgery was a success, and Billy is now at home with his family, where both mother and baby are recovering. In his monologue...

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  • Donald Trump dismisses Russia collusion claims as a total hoax
Donald Trump dismisses Russia collusion claims as a total hoax

On Monday, former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates told senators that Flynn's misstatements about his contacts with Russia's ambassador to the US raised concerns that Flynn could be targeted for blackmail. "I wouldn't say I've been exactly great to him, either", Mr Trump acknowledged in a recent interview with the Washington Times. She is ...

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  • Cinco de Mayo in Trump era leaves Mexican-Americans torn
Cinco de Mayo in Trump era leaves Mexican-Americans torn

It's an American holiday, created by Latinos in California during the Civil War, according to UCLA professor David Hayes-Bautista. So, what is Cinco de Mayo? Cinco de May, a once-obscure holiday marking a 19th Century-battle between Mexico and invad.

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  • Verify: Can the Measles vaccine cause autism?
Verify: Can the Measles vaccine cause autism?

South Dakota reported its last measles cases in late 2014 when an outbreak centered in Mitchell sickened 10 state residents and four out-of-state residents. Writers on right-wing websites, with headlines like " Muslim Parents Refuse To Vaccinate Children " and " Quran Blamed In New U.S. Disease Outbreak ", are advancing erroneous claims that Islam ...

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  • McConnell defends all-male health overhaul group
McConnell defends all-male health overhaul group

SEE ALSO: Jimmy Kimmel opens up about newborn son in emotional monologue " Our own strategy, rather than relying on what the House did, is to look at this with fresh eyes and think, "How do you ensure these people can continue to get coverage, '" said Sen.

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  • Zinke questions monument status as way to save sacred land
Zinke questions monument status as way to save sacred land

Written comments relating to the Bears Ears National Monument must be submitted within 15 days of publication of that notice. In a story May 9 about U.S. Now, the outdoors apparel giant launches a major marketing campaign to support Bears Ears National Monument. Zinke told reporters Sunday in Salt Lake City that his visit is a listening tour ...

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  • Congress passes short-term bill to avert government shutdown
Congress passes short-term bill to avert government shutdown

House Democrats had threatened to block the spending bill this week if Republicans attempted to vote on the health care legislation. The measure approved Friday, known as a continuing resolution, sustains government operations at current funding levels through next Friday.

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  • GOP backs away from negotiating to push Dayton on budget
GOP backs away from negotiating to push Dayton on budget

But Republicans appeared to abandon the negotiating table late Monday night, taking steps to start sending the bills to Dayton's desk. GOP leaders said they're trying to speed up the budget-setting process to avoid a scramble at the end of the legislative session, which wraps up May 22.

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  • Häagen-Dazs Doles Out Free Ice Cream Tuesday to Honor Endangered Honeybees
Häagen-Dazs Doles Out Free Ice Cream Tuesday to Honor Endangered Honeybees

Think free ice cream days disappeared with early spring? Although it won't be a hot day on Tuesday , any day is a good day for FREE ice cream in my world! And no, it's not someone's last name. One-third of crops worldwide depend on bees, including the almonds in Häagen-Dazs' Rocky Road , the coconut in their Toasted Coconut Caramel and the ra...

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  • Candidate in Georgia special election engaged
Candidate in Georgia special election engaged

Camerota replied back bluntly with, "So when are you going to marry her?" Her campaign's response left little room for interpretation: "We welcome any chance to highlight Jon Ossoff's inexperience and are excited to have a robust debate on the issues".

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  • Election office expects turnout to exceed 80 pct
Election office expects turnout to exceed 80 pct

Did you know? You are entitled to four consecutive hours to vote on election day, but that does not necessarily mean you get time off work. This is why we're reminding everyone to take a moment to check that they have registered to vote. That's a 70 per cent increase from advance voting in the past election, in 2013. The early voting turnout from...

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  • Tillerson meets ASEAN ministers to seek support on North Korea
Tillerson meets ASEAN ministers to seek support on North Korea

The region's top diplomats will likely be more focused on the Trump administration's trade policy and its dealings with China and what it means for USA policy toward the South China Sea, where several members of the bloc have territorial disputes with Beijing.

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  • Mattis: US reviewing Syria safe zones but has many questions
Mattis: US reviewing Syria safe zones but has many questions

The Syrian declaration, made by Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem at a news conference in Damascus , added to uncertainties over how to ensure compliance with the agreement, which theoretically halts hostilities in four regions throughout the country.

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  • Conservatives pledge to scrap Mental Health Act
Conservatives pledge to scrap Mental Health Act

The topic of mental health was recently brought into focus by Prince Harry's admittal he suffered from mental health issues around the death of his mother. Activities such as compulsive sex, recreational drug use, obsessive internet use, or excessive spending, are all behaviors that can disrupt someone's mental health and potentially lead them down...

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  • You Can Now Play Heroes of the Storm as Overwatch's D.Va
You Can Now Play Heroes of the Storm as Overwatch's D.Va

When in Pilot mode, she can use her Call Mech ability to re-enter Mech mode after a cooldown period has passed. You can access all of these skins on the Heroes of the Storm PTR, where D.Va was just released. A lot of complaints circle around whether that hero fits with the feel of Heroes of the Storm , or if their abilities, which are translat...

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  • Health Care repeal passes US House
Health Care repeal passes US House

Coverage would be disrupted for millions nearly immediately , according to a Congressional Budget Office analysis of a previous iteration of the legislation. The House voted 217 to 213 for the repeal legislation, Trump's first major legislative victory of his presidency. "The irony is that Democrats" temptation to refer to the GOP's bill "Tr...

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  • Drugmaker Wins FDA Approval for First New ALS Drug in Decades
Drugmaker Wins FDA Approval for First New ALS Drug in Decades

The last drug approved to treat ALS in the United States was Riluzole in 1995 , and it's used to delay the need for a breathing tube, but isn't a cure. Yesterday (Friday), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new drug for ALS developed by Japanese pharmaceutical company Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma.

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  • After Back-And-Forth, Ann Coulter Speech Is Off At UC Berkeley
After Back-And-Forth, Ann Coulter Speech Is Off At UC Berkeley

Berkeley officials warned students and residents to "keep a distance from violence" Thursday as police prepared for clashes between supporters and opponents of conservative commentator Ann Coulter. Berkeley, known for decades as a bastion of free speech, has seen protests turn violent in recent months. "It allows police to focus on and apprehend ...

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  • Anxiety over GOP health plan for those with severe illnesses
Anxiety over GOP health plan for those with severe illnesses

Andrew Cuomo would never do such a thing. Chicago Health Commissioner Julie Morita says more than 300,000 city resident now have health insurance because of the Affordable Care Act and that tens of thousands of city residents risk losing that care.

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  • 11 lakh MBBS, BDS aspirants appear for NEET exam today
11 lakh MBBS, BDS aspirants appear for NEET exam today

Earlier, CBSE used to conduct NEET for only 15% all India quota seats and for the rest was conducted by states. Following the NEET exam, the girl revealed the alleged torment she went through to the media personnel. One right answer will get 4 marks and the wrong answer will deduct 1 mark. The NEET exam was held on Sunday across 104 cities in t...

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