• Chris Cornell's wife says death is 'inexplicable,' questions Ativan use
Chris Cornell's wife says death is 'inexplicable,' questions Ativan use

Vicky told Kirsten that Cornell repeated, 'I am just exhausted, ' before hanging up the phone, the report says. The statement said that the family believes the anti-anxiety drug Ativan may have been a factor in Cornell's death. "I know that he loved our children and he would not hurt them by intentionally taking his own life", Vicky said in a...

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  • China cripples CIA operations, kills informants
China cripples CIA operations, kills informants

This was reported by the newspaper The New York Times , citing sources among current and former United States officials. The breach predated a 2015 hacking that gave Beijing access to thousands of government personnel records, including intelligence contractors.

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  • Seton Hall to host Hoosiers as part of Gavitt Games
Seton Hall to host Hoosiers as part of Gavitt Games

The Golden Eagles were 19-13 this past year and made hte NCAA Tournament , but lost in the first round to SC. The Red Storm, coached by famous alumnus & Dream Team member Chris Mullen, were 14-19 overall previous year, with a 7-11 record in the Big East Conference.

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  • 4 suspected child lifters lynched
4 suspected child lifters lynched

Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das has announced a compensation of Rs 2 lakh each for the kin of those who were killed over the alleged charges of being child lifters. The whole incident started around midnight and went on till early morning hours. The mob was so violent that they did not listen, even when the local police tried to intervene.

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  • How the mainstream media covered the Labour manifesto
How the mainstream media covered the Labour manifesto

And, in a comment that will infuriate many Labour activists and MPs, Mr McCluskey said: "I believe that if Labour can hold on to 200 seats or so it will be a successful campaign". It said it would not put an "arbitrary figure" on how much it would cost to nationalise England's nine water companies and the National Grid, saying the compensation ...

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  • Pirated, outdated operating systems contributes in global ransomware attack
Pirated, outdated operating systems contributes in global ransomware attack

According to Anti-Virus firm Kaspersky's Global Research & Analysis Team; the WannaCry cryptor sample from February 2017 looks similar to Lazarus APT group sample from February 2015. He said the attack did not have any specific targets. In addition, a recent report found that many organizations that paid ransoms - almost one in three of those studi...

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  • NHS slips down healthcare league rankings to 30th in the word
NHS slips down healthcare league rankings to 30th in the word

All over the world, people are dying from common diseases with well-known treatments. As examples, he pointed to Norway and Australia, which each scored a high-ranking 90 overall. Lancet releases the index every five years. As an approximate measure of citizens' access to quality health care, an global team of researchers analyzed mortality ra...

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  • Patients asked to use services 'wisely — NHS cyber-attack
Patients asked to use services 'wisely — NHS cyber-attack

Open as normal from 8am until 8pm. "We will provide a public update should the situation change". Since Friday's breach more than 200,000 victims - including the NHS in the United Kingdom - across 150 countries have been infected by the Wanna Decryptor ransomware, also known as WannaCry.

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  • Dibben wins sixth stage in California, Bennett seizes lead
Dibben wins sixth stage in California, Bennett seizes lead

Brent Bookwalter (BMC) finished second after his strong ride against the clock and Mt. Baldy climb victor Andrew Talansky (Cannondale) placed third in the time trial. Bennett, who lives in Girona, Spain, and mostly races in Europe, kicked back and raved about the scenery, culture and fun nature of the first five stages of the race.

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  • Residents urged to Take Precautions Against Multiple Diseases Carried by Ticks
Residents urged to Take Precautions Against Multiple Diseases Carried by Ticks

Since 2005, the infection rate in St. Lawrence County from Lyme, which is spread through the bite of tiny ticks, has grown 95 times, from virtually zero to more than 100 victims a year. Griffo, R-Rome, in a news release. "More people in Pennsylvania had Zika a year ago than this". In Eastern Canada the only vector of Lyme disease is the blacklegg...

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  • SIAM welcomes new GST rates on automobiles
SIAM welcomes new GST rates on automobiles

After GST, the item will attract a GST rate of 5%. As per the list, non-AC restaurants will charge 12 per cent GST on food bill. The Centre and states have agreed to impose cess on demerit and luxury goods under the GST regime, over and above the peak tax rate of 28 per cent.

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  • Amber Alert issued for boy with possibly suicidal man
Amber Alert issued for boy with possibly suicidal man

Shortly after 8 p.m. Friday the California Highway Patrol tweeted that one-year-old Makai Bangoura was found safe. Authorities say the suspect is 30-year-old Jason Lam. Makai Bangoura is about 3' tall and weighs 40 pounds. Bangoura was reportedly abducted on May 12. Relatives of Lam had said that he recently experienced mental breakdowns, a...

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  • De Villiers claims England are among Champions Trophy favourites
De Villiers claims England are among Champions Trophy favourites

However, de Villiers, who is preparing to lead the Proteas in Champions Trophy, has insisted that his career in the whites is not over yet. He added there was no chance of him reversing his decision so he could play in the Tests with England.

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  • NAACP to part ways with leader
NAACP to part ways with leader

The president of the NAACP said on Friday he was being dismissed after three years of leading the biggest USA civil rights organization as the group said it is seeking a more confrontational strategy against President Donald Trump. Catherine Flowers, founder of the Alabama Center for Rural Enterprise, an organization that advocates for poor and B...

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  • CDC warns about potentially risky parasite lurking in swimming pools
CDC warns about potentially risky parasite lurking in swimming pools

The infection can become life-threatening in people with compromised immune systems. The CDC found that in 2016, there were 32 outbreaks of Crypto tied to swimming pools and water parks. If diarrhea is caused by crypto , wait until two weeks after diarrhea has stopped to go swimming. Don't swallow the water while swimming. Check...

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  • Womb Transplant: Indian doctors successfully conduct surgery in Pune
Womb Transplant: Indian doctors successfully conduct surgery in Pune

A team of 12 doctors led by Dr. Shailesh Puntambekar conducted the surgery which began at noon on Thursday and lasted for a little over nine hours at Pune's Galaxy Care Laparoscopy Institute. If the procedure is a complete success, the patient would be able to conceive through in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) and deliver through a caesarian section...

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  • Ex-US Rep. Anthony Weiner pleads guilty to sexting NC teen
Ex-US Rep. Anthony Weiner pleads guilty to sexting NC teen

Weiner pleads guilty to transferring obscene material to a minor and will register as a sex offender. Weiner, who represented NY in Congress from 1999 to 2011, resigned after revelations that he was sending sexually explicit messages to multiple women.

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  • West Nile Virus detected in Kalamazoo County
West Nile Virus detected in Kalamazoo County

In some cases, the virus can cause severe neurologic illness and even death. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services said that three birds - a turkey in Barry County and two crows, one from Saginaw County and the other from Kalamazoo County - have been infected with the virus born of mosquito bites.

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  • Social media is bad for our youth's mental health
Social media is bad for our youth's mental health

The groups conducted a survey of almost 1,500 people between the ages of 14 and 24 across the United Kingdom in which participants were asked to score how each social media platform they use impacts upon 14 well-being and health-related issues like depression, body image and anxiety which experts have identified as being significant.

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  • Venezuelan leader to Trump:
Venezuelan leader to Trump: "'Get your pig hands out of here"

Members of the country's Supreme Court of Justice have exacerbated the situation by consistently interfering with the legislative branch's authority, ” U.S. "By imposing these targeted sanctions, the United States is supporting the Venezuelan people in their efforts to protect and advance democratic governance in their country".

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  • 2 school bus crashes have killed 2 drivers, injured students
2 school bus crashes have killed 2 drivers, injured students

Preliminary investigations have determined that the Lakeshore School Bus carrying eighteen students was traveling northbound on STH 112 and slowing to make a left hand turn when it was struck from behind by a auto driven by a sixteen-year-old male Ashland High School student.

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  • NAMI Releases Video Series On College And Mental Health
NAMI Releases Video Series On College And Mental Health

Navy Medicine East is focused on increasing awareness of psychological and emotional health among service members, veterans, family members and caregivers during the month of May in support of National Mental Health Awareness Month . "Prevention is the best strategy, and the best prevention is the basics: Maintain close friendships, build in time ...

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  • SC reserves verdict on triple talaq
SC reserves verdict on triple talaq

Sibal insisted that triple talaq is a part of personal laws of the community and gets protection from the court's scrutiny. The court was told that the AIMPLB would file an affidavit stating its decision and include a copy of the model Nikaah Nama.

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  • California Lawmaker Moves To Classify 'Stealthing' As Rape
California Lawmaker Moves To Classify 'Stealthing' As Rape

And while there are now no known USA laws that encompass stealthing as sexual assault, other countries such as Switzerland and Canada have already prosecuted condom compromisers. "Whether or not we consider it to be a kind of sexual assault (and I do not), stealthing subjects people to health and pregnancy risks that the people at issue never a...

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  • China hit by cyber virus, Europe warns of more attacks
China hit by cyber virus, Europe warns of more attacks

Several hospitals in London and other parts of England and Scotland were affected and some reportedly halted surgeries amid fears the lives of patients were at risk. "The message to patients is clear: the NHS is open for business". Scottish health secretary Shona Robison said: "Scottish Government health officials are now working closely with a...

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  • No substantial impact of WannaCry on Indian IT system: Secy
No substantial impact of WannaCry on Indian IT system: Secy

It's not the first time hackers have used the leaked NSA tools to infect computers. Payment is demanded within three days or the price is doubled, and if none is received within seven days, the files will be deleted, according to the screen message.

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  • Gas station nachos send mom to ICU for a month
Gas station nachos send mom to ICU for a month

The California Department of Public Health, in collaboration with Sacramento County Public Health (SCPH) and neighboring county public health departments, is continuing to investigate an outbreak of foodborne botulism . "If my mom had eaten there, I don't know if we would have lost both of them", Theresa said. '(The gas station) should have been...

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  • UK's May promises voters immigration curbs, fairer society
UK's May promises voters immigration curbs, fairer society

The measures will be contained in the Conservative election manifesto , which will also include plans to double the charge for employers to bring in skilled workers from outside the European Union, and the scrapping of universal free school meals for infants to pay for free breakfasts for all primary children.

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  • Major Cyber Attack With Stolen NSA Tools Hits Systems Worldwide
Major Cyber Attack With Stolen NSA Tools Hits Systems Worldwide

So, WannaCry is a particularly heinous form of ransomware which encrypts files on a computer rending them inaccessible, and ultimately holds the owner to ransom by only unlocking the files after the user pays a ransom in Bitcoin. Department of Defence, Walmart and the Chinese army. Microsoft (MSFT.O) released patches in April and on Friday to f...

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  • Blood tests to resume at NHS cyber attack hospitals from tomorrow
Blood tests to resume at NHS cyber attack hospitals from tomorrow

More than 200,000 victims in around 150 countries have been infected by the ransomware which originated in the United Kingdom and Spain on Friday, before spreading globally. Known as WannaCrypt or WannaCry, the ransomware is widely believed to have been developed as a hacking tool by the US National Security Agency. The exploit codenamed EternalBlu...

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  • Starbucks testing ice cubes made out of coffee
Starbucks testing ice cubes made out of coffee

The cubes of ice are made of coffee, instead of water. But it's worth it right? So hats off to Starbucks, which is trying to end that crime by testing its own coffee ice at about a hundred Baltimore and St. Of course, it'll come at a price: an additional 80 cents per drink. Will you add coffee ice the next time you head to Starbucks? Soon S...

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  • Coming Up: Relay for Life, Mamaroneck- May 20-21
Coming Up: Relay for Life, Mamaroneck- May 20-21

The event is scheduled for next Saturday at Veteran's Park. Caregivers will be honored during the caregivers' lap at 7 p.m. During the Relay for Life events, members of each team take turns walking or running around the track or path. All monies raised Saturday night and from other fundraising from throughout the year go to help fund groundbreaking...

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  • Cyber security experts warn public to update software following ransomware attack
Cyber security experts warn public to update software following ransomware attack

The cyber-attack has so far affected more than 200,000 victims in 150 countries, according to Rob Wainwright, head of the European Union police agency Europol. How many countries were affected? What is a ransomware attack? "That then means we have got to be careful opening emails from people we don't know", he said.

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  • Eight Track Athletes Qualify For First Round of NCAA Championships
Eight Track Athletes Qualify For First Round of NCAA Championships

When competing at the NCAA Preliminary Rounds next weekend, the top 12 finishers in each individual and relay event will move on for the semifinal and final rounds of the 2017 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships scheduled to run June 7-10 at historic Hayward Field at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon.

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  • ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Dinesh Karthik Replaces Injured Manish Pandey
ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Dinesh Karthik Replaces Injured Manish Pandey

Wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik has earned a recall to India's one-day global squad for the upcoming Champions Trophy, replacing injured Manish Pandey , the country's cricket board said. Karthik played well in the IPL scoring 361 runs in 14 matches at an average of 36.10. According to the Dinesh Karthik's history in the worldwide mat...

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