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Hopes Dwindle For North Korea Meeting, Southern Primary Results, Olympics Scandal

A small group of worldwide journalists have been invited to watch the demolition. "There are certain conditions we want to happen". As he welcomed Moon in the Oval Office, Trump told reporters that it will be great if his meeting with Kim occured a...

Interview magazine announced its closure

Last month, former editorial director Fabien Baron resigned and then filed a lawsuit against the magazine , alleging Brant owes he and his wife, a stylist, $600,000 in total. Baron and Poiblanc are just two of those claiming Interview owes them mo...

Putin tells Assad 'all foreign troops' will leave Syria

The Russian envoy said: "This is a very complex matter, because these measures must be implemented collectively, and start in parallel with a stabilizing process, because the military part is nearing its end and the confrontations are now in a final ...

$80 Oil Could Kill Smaller Airlines

In Ireland, the union representing pilots is now considering balloting members over working practices. 'If that continues to build, it's something we may have to look at again'. The figure is likely to fall back to a range of 1.25 billion euros t...

General Electric to merge its transportation business with Wabtec

The first $470 million of gross benefits will be paid to GE, while the remainder (with a net present value of $1.1 billion) accrues to the new Wabtec . Wabtec's chairman Mr Albert Neupaver has been named executive chairman of the merged company, ...

Justice Department IG to investigate reports of Federal Bureau of Investigation informant inside Trump campaign

Such a move, Trump allies argue, would render the Mueller investigation into Russia's 2016 election interference illegitimate. The Washington Post called him "a longtime U.S. And Trump has taken up the cause as the White House tries to combat the...

Baltimore officer killed, suspect remains at large

He said investigators were reviewing the officer's activated body camera. Hogan said Maryland State Police are helping local law enforcement with their search for the suspect "who committed this awful crime". Witnesses interviewed by local televi...

Mike D'Antoni makes puzzling statement about 'pressure' ahead of Game 4

Afterward, Curry turned to the crowd and yelled: "This is my fucking house!" (Warning: One of those words is the F-bomb). "She was telling me how I need to wash my mouth out, saying to wash it out with soap. "I already know", he said later, with a sm...

Surgeon General to the Rescue at 30000 Feet

Neither the doctor nor the airline revealed what the passenger's medical issue was. As per the information from the surgeon general's office, Dr. Jerome Adams was aboard the 1827 Delta flight from Atlanta to Jackson on Wednesday evening when a p...

FDA greenlights first nonopioid drug for opioid withdrawal

Specifically, the studies will investigate the safety of Lucemyra in situations where use may last beyond the 14-day recommended treatment period, as well as what the effects may be on blood pressure after the treatment is discontinued. Opioid withdr...

Coli update: You can now safely eat romaine again

That means that the agency is no longer advising consumers to avoid buying romaine lettuce in connection with the outbreak . But the last shipment of romaine from Yuma left on April 16 and the growing season there is over. coli cases in the past we...

Peru captain Paolo Guerrero banned from World Cup in doping case

Guerrero was initially banned for one year in December after testing positive for cocaine metabolite benzoylecgonine after his country's 0-0 draw in their World Cup qualifier against Argentina in Buenos Aires on October 6. The CAS Panel confirm...

California Sees 45-Percent Increase In STDs Over 5 Years

New at-home kit promises to be the Amazon of STD testingThat's a 45 percent increase compared to five years ago. CDPH noted that 2017 was the "fifth consecutive year for increases in the number of infants born with congenital syphilis ", and that ...

'Cruel but correct' - Magnanimous Corcoran on controversial red card

While Corcoran denied Redan, referee Proske deemed the goalkeeper to have moved off his line in advance of the shot and surprisingly issued the... Dutch striker Iwan Redan scored the retake to put his side through to the semi finals. Ireland boss...

Nigeria unveils 30-man provisional list for FIFA World Cup

According to him, the need for commendation stemmed from the fact that some Nigerians had anticipated that he would succumb to pressure from interest groups, but the list has proved them wrong. Defenders: William Troost Ekong, Leon Balogun, Chidera E...

Little progress made on any Brexit issue

The EU says Britain must agree to a workable solution to the question of how to avoid a hard border between EU member Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland by the June 28-29 summit. Labour will hope to complicate her government's talks...

Nigeria names provisional 30-man squad for World Cup

Nigeria have named uncapped Crotone striker Simeon Nwankwo in a provisional 30-man squad for the 2018 World Cup . Nwankwo plays as a forward for the Italian Serie A club, Crotone and scored seven goals in the season just ended. The team is schedul...

Melania Trump to Stay in Hospital for a Few Days After Surgery

The President of the United States of America Donald trump after a visit to first lady Melania in the hospital spoke about the health of his wife. "Thank you to all of the well-wishers!" he tweeted . The president had no official public appearance...

Texas doctor grows new ear on soldiers forearm

She contemplated plastic surgery, even prosthetics, before being presented with the complicated but reconstructive option. Burrage underwent rehabilitation and counseling, but she was still uncomfortable with the way she looked. " The entire object...

Man who saved 2.4 million babies by donating blood 'retires'

That could be deadly for the baby . Harrison's blood is just as extraordinary as his blood donation history. The 81-year-old made his last blood donation on Friday after having helped save the babies of more than two million Australian women, ac...

Salmonella outbreak: More illnesses linked to recalled eggs reported in Virginia

A Salmonella outbreak linked to a massive egg recall expanded last week when 12 more people reported contracting the foodborne illness after eating the popular breakfast food item. Rose Acre Farms announced the voluntary recall of 206,749,248 eggs th...

This is my last election, says K'taka CM Siddaramaiah

So, dear party workers, supporters and well wishers, don't worry about exit polls. Sinha said the highest polling of 76 per cent was recorded in Chikkaballapura and Ramanagara while Bengaluru Urban had the lowest turnout at 48 per cent.

Cervical cancer scandal: HSE boss Tony O'Brien is stepping down

He said, notwithstanding the clear communication failures surrounding the CervicalCheck Audits, he is confident that the Scally Review will demonstrate the quality and value of the CervicalCheck Programme once it is complete. "I would like to express...

World Health Organization ready to deploy Ebola vaccines to DRC

He is not being replaced. In fact, during the large West Africa outbreak, another Ebola popped up in the DRC (66 cases) and was promptly detected and contained. There have been several recorded outbreaks of Ebola since its discovery in the early 1...

Student tried to swipe Jaguars QB Blake Bortles' truck, police say

According to the Jacksonville Beach Police, Joseph Horton stole Bortles' truck and was found trespassing inside of a Jaguars player's home. Bortles told police nothing appeared to have been taken. Not only that - he went upstairs. Blake and Jags li...

Saudi Warplanes Level Yemen Presidential Palace, Killing Civilians

Six citizens were killed and 90 others wounded including children, on Monday in two Saudi-led coalition's air attacks on the capital Sanaa. At least 30 civilians were wounded in the surrounding area, with some reports suggesting the casualties coul...

Kristen Stewart Wears Lion Brooch To Cannes Film Festival 2018 Opening Ceremony

The two-time Oscar victor, who is the chairman of this year's Palme d'Or jury, opened the annual film event with a press conference on Tuesday (08May18), and was quick to address the drama surrounding Russian Kirill Serebrennikov and Iran's Jafar Pan...

Scientists stumble upon potential new cure for baldness

Now, there are two hair loss drugs available, the finasteride and minoxidil , which have a mixed reviews and results. There are only two drugs now on the market that claim to treat male-pattern balding (androgenetic alopecia) - however both have...

Alligators are taking over the world, deal with it

Sea otters are among this list of adaptable predators - and they're even helping balance out the food chain in the new seabeds they've moved into. "It tells us that these species can thrive in a wide variety of habitats", said Silman. Sea otters,...

Walmart adopts stricter policy over opioid prescriptions

The retailers said Monday that within the next sixty days, they will begin imposing the time limit on initial opioid prescriptions for acute pain, along with a mandate that the medications top out at 50 morphine milligrams per day. Eventually, ...

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Water park closes after surfer dies from 'brain-eating' bacteria

He died five days later and tested positive for Naegleria fowleri the day before his death, his family said. BSR Cable Park's Surf Resort is closed while the Centers for Dis...

Former Scripps Research postdoc wins Nobel Prize in medicine

He realised the potential of releasing the brake and unleashing our immune cells to attack tumours. Called PD-1, this protein, he found, functions as a T-cell brake but via a diffe...

Tense exchange between Klobuchar, Kavanaugh over drinking questions

He later apologized to Klobuchar. Judge Brett Kavanaugh's Thursday appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee featured a display of emotions, with the judge alternati...

Health officials to long-term care workers: Get vaccinated against flu

Most children who die of the flu , they point out, have no underlying medical conditions. But most concerning to officials was the drop in coverage among the youngest children ...

Sen. Jeff Flake Emerges as Key Vote in Kavanaugh Nomination

While careful not to directly attack Blasey, Kavanaugh practically shouted at the senators, calling the confirmation process a "circus" and "national disgrace" and blaming the ques...

Trump shaken by Ford, but backs Kavanaugh after hearing

The hearing will be the first time the world sees and hears from Ms Ford beyond the grainy photo that has appeared in the media in the 10 days since she came forward with her clai...

Vikings ordered DE Griffen undergo mental evaluation

Vikings security chief Kim Klawiter told police that Griffen wasn't "acting normal lately" and that "it's nearly like he's having a nervous breakdown". Griffen later left his a...

Impact Of Alzheimer's Disease Will Double By 2060 — CDC Report

Experts worry people are being put off seeing a doctor because they're so anxious about how their life will change. Hilary Evans, the chief executive, said: "In the same way med...

Health Officials Say Now is The Time to Get Your Flu Shot

In addition to the flu vaccine, other everyday preventive measures include washing your hands, covering your cough and cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces and objects. Th...

Daily aspirin offers no benefits for over-70s

The clinical trial did not include people who take aspirin for medical reasons as advised by their doctor, including those who have already suffered a heart attack or stroke . EVA...

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Shallotte woman killed when Horry Co. transport van caught in flood

Shallotte woman killed when Horry Co. transport van caught in flood

Holden said that deputies tried to get the victims out but couldn't. "Despite persistent and ongoing efforts, floodwater rose rapidly and the deputies were unable to open the d...

Aged over 70 and healthy? A daily aspirin won't help

Aged over 70 and healthy? A daily aspirin won't help

The study examined more than 19,000 people in the United States and Australia, most of whom were aged older than 70. A new study confirms aspirin does not help prevent a fi...

Alberta study finds household cleaners may cause obesity in young children

Alberta study finds household cleaners may cause obesity in young children

The research can't prove cause-and-effect, but suggests that household disinfectants might be promoting childhood obesity by altering the gut bacteria of infants. The study found...

‘Wonder drug’ aspirin’s harms outweighs its benefits in healthy elderly

The participants took a daily low-dose of aspirin every day for almost five years, with researchers monitoring their health and any occurrences of disease, disability or death. At...

What iPhone XS’ eSIM inclusion means for India

What iPhone XS’ eSIM inclusion means for India

Apple aficionados in the Middle East will not have long to wait before they get their hands on what the company are calling the "most handsome and advanced" iPhones. Apple also sh...

Too many teens are using Juuls, according to the FDA

Too many teens are using Juuls, according to the FDA

Since 2017, FDA officials have discussed e-cigarettes as a potential tool to ween adult smokers off cigarettes . "These alternative nicotine delivery devices can be important ...

1.4bn adults at risk over lack of physical activity

1.4bn adults at risk over lack of physical activity

Inactivity raises the risk of a raft of health problems, such as heart disease , type-2 diabetes and some cancers . But the data show that progress towards the global targe...

Powerful magnitude 6.7 natural disaster hits southeast of Sapporo, Japan

Powerful magnitude 6.7 natural disaster hits southeast of Sapporo, Japan

At least 32 people were missing and 120 were injured in Hokkaido after the magnitude 6.7 quake, NHK said. "I thought the house was going to collapse". The magnitude 6.6 temblor str...

Theranos bleeds dry, company to dissolve

The company plans to formally dissolve itself and pay unsecured creditors its remaining cash in coming months, the newspaper reported , citing an email sent to shareholders. For...