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North Korea drops nuclear bomb on United States in disturbing video


Navy's SEAL Team 6, the unit that killed Osama bin Laden. North Korea said in February that it had successfully tested a new type of medium- to long-range ballistic missile, the Pukguksong-2, propelled by a solid-fuel engine. US Ambassador Nikki Haley told United Nations reporters it was "up to North Korea to avoid further trouble". U.S. officials also reportedly told NBC last week that the country was considering launching a preemptive conventional strike against the country should a ... Read More »

Alabama justice mulling run for higher office


A specially appointed Alabama Supreme Court has upheld the suspension of Chief Justice Roy Moore for his actions after landmark decision allowing gay marriage. Moore also said today that a federal judge in Mobile had agreed with his legal basis for the administrative order. Moore said the case against him was politically motivated "to remove me from office because of my steadfast opposition to same-sex marriage". Read More »

Mike Pence fires a fresh warning shot at North Korea


China is appealing for calm, and possibly re-examining its role. "But at the same time", the prime minister said , "dialogue for the sake of dialogue is valueless and it is necessary for us to exercise pressure on North Korea so that it comes forward and engages in this serious dialogue". Read More »

Trump warns North Korea it has 'gotta behave'

The remarks came a day after North Korea threatened the USA with "all-out war" and announced that Pyongyang would continue to test missiles on a weekly basis. The allies agreed past year to install a THAAD system in the southeastern town of Seongju, saying it's a must to thwart North Korea's nuclear and missile threats. Read More »

NFL champs to visit Trump hours after ex-player's death


Spicer, who is an avid Patriots fan, took the interruption in stride by saying, "I think I got this, but thank you". The moment lasted less than 30 seconds and got some good chuckles out of crowd that hasn't always had the best relationship with Spicer. Read More »

May calls snap UK election for June 8

Parliament will be dissolved on 2 May and the formal election campaign will begin. But as she spoke Mr Corbyn explicitly ruled out any post-election coalition with the SNP, insisting that he would not do a deal with Nicola Sturgeon's party to forge a so-called "progressive alliance", as hers was not a progressive party. Read More »

International Monetary Fund increases 2017 global growth forecast

After gaining speed in the fourth quarter of 2016, the International Monetary Fund now envisions growth momentum to persist, it said in the spring edition of its twice-yearly World Economic Outlook. The Bretton Woods institution also raised the global economic growth projection for 2017 to 3.5 per cent from the 3.4 per cent it had forecast in January. Read More »

Aaron Hernandez's lawyer vows own death investigation


He was a relatively popular guy, obviously. His agent went to Twitter Wednesday, saying that Hernandez would never kill himself. In a statement, the Department of Corrections said Hernandez was discovered hanged in his cell by corrections officers around 3:05 a.m. Read More »

Gun shop burglary suspect mailed manifesto to Trump, police say

In Wisconsin, over 150 law enforcement officers (of the local, state, and federal varieties) are searching for Joseph Jakubowski , the suspect in a gun shop burglary. A burned vehicle registered under his name was found nearby. Police said Jakubowski is considered " armed and dangerous " and was in possession of a bullet-proof vest and helmet. Read More »

Do You Even Share? Exercise Is Contagious and Social Media Spreads It


Experts looked at 1.1 million adults around the world belonging to running groups on social networking sites, such as Facebook. Can your friends affect how many miles you cover-or the pace you set-each time you head out for a run? The study authors focused on the daily patterns of about 1.1 million runners, and analyzed roughly 2.1 million virtual ties. Read More »

Odin Lloyd's Mother to Pursue Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Aaron Hernandez


The text message came in early, around 6:30 a.m. ET, and upon hearing the news that Aaron Hernandez had apparently hanged himself in his prison cell, I immediately thought of his 4-year-old daughter, Avielle. "Aaron was looking forward to an opportunity for a second chance to prove his innocence", Baez said. "Absolutely no chance he took his own life". Because Hernandez had not exhausted all of his appeals when he died, his conviction in the Lloyd case will be voided. Read More »

BJP will bring revolutionary socio-economic change in 2022: Modi


Hailing the role of tribals in the war of independence as "significant", the Prime Minister said in order to recreate and remember their contributions, steps were being taken to have virtual museums at 50 places in the country. His present experience at the Centre as a minister of one of the most important and cash-rich ministries, has also increased his profile. The party is now eyeing unconquered territories from south to east to north east, and this is where Odisha fits into BJP's scheme of ... Read More »

European Leaders Respond Cautiously to Turkey Vote

Everyone and all sections - and the main opposition party in particular- must show respect. The US leader telephoned Recep Tayyip Erdogan to offer "friendship" and to promise "close cooperation" in future, ignoring concerns raised by worldwide monitors. Read More »

Mayor Wants to Raise Floor on Cost of Cigarette Packs to $13

At the current price of $10.44 a pack, NY state's cigarettes are already the most expensive in the country, followed by those in Connecticut, Hawaii and Alaska. Other efforts will seek to ban tobacco sales by pharmacies and require property owners to adopt smoking policies in residential buildings. Health Commissioner Mary Bassett said that tobacco companies particularly target youth with their marketing, calling the legislation a new way forward. Read More »

GIRAFFE WATCH: Animal Adventure cites more progress overnight


So the timeline for my 24-48 hour prediction is rapidly coming to an end. not surprising is the fact that we still have no calf and we still don't have a giraffe in Labor! The Facebook statement said: "Many of you may have witnessed what appeared as "pushing" contractions last night". Read More »

New EpiPen Recalled For Defective Part


The announcement comes a week after Mylan said it had recalled about 81,000 EpiPen devices in countries outside the United States following two reports of the company's allergy treatment failing to work in emergencies. Pfizer Canada recalled one lot of each product. EpiPen's wholesale price has jumped six-fold since Mylan acquired its marketing rights in 2007 and it now lists for about $600 for a two-pack. Read More »

Apple Hospitality REIT Inc (APLE) Upgraded by Zacks Investment Research to "Hold"

Finally, FBR & Co reissued a "market perform" rating and issued a $20.00 price target on shares of Apple Hospitality REIT in a report on Tuesday, February 28th. The correct version of this piece of content can be accessed at Read More »

Man Eaten Whole in Indonesia by Gigantic Reticulated Python


Salubiro was discovered not far from his home, mere feet away, in his backyard garden. Upon inspecting the palm tree, Akbar's uncle and the villagers found a 23-foot-long reticulated python hanging from one of the lower branches. Then the snake choked to death while attempting to swallow the man. They are commonly found in the Philippines and Indonesia . Sightings of the snakes are reported by witnesses in Indonesia and Singapore on a daily basis. Read More »

Another woman dies after butt lift in Miami


On Thursday evening Hall lost consciousness and stopped breathing, police said. The mother-of-one was taken to hospital but she died an hour later. Hialeah police are still investigating Hall's death, which is the fourth one to occur because of failed plastic surgery procedures since 2013, with two of those deaths occurring just a year ago. Read More »

Patrick Stewart admits using marijuana every day to battle illness


California has had some form of a medical marijuana program in place since 1996 . Patrick Stewart says there are a ton of great health benefits of marijuana - and he would know, because he uses it every day to ease the symptoms of his arthritis! He continued: "The ointment, while providing some relief from the discomfort, was too greasy to use during daytime and so I only use it at night". Read More »

MI man's hands, feet amputated after rare case of strep throat


Dr. Elizabeth Steensma , an acute care surgeon at Spectrum Health Butterworth Hospital, told WOOD that Kevin was "one of the sickest patients [she] has ever taken care of". While already confirmed 32 times, it always took place in women, with Breen as only the second male documented to be in the situation. The family is seeking to raise $50,000 to help pay for expenses while Breen goes through rehabilitation. Read More »

Famous folk singer Kalika Prasad dies in road accident


They were on their way to perform in a cultural programme in Birbhum district when the accident happened. "Six men including Kalikaprasad Bhattacharjee was brought to the hospital today". As soon as the news broke, musicians and artists across all genres paid tribute to the Bengali folk exponent. His demise is a great loss to the folk genre. Read More »

Regular Sex At Home Equals Better Work Performance, Study Says


The scientists examined the case of 159 married employees, asking them to fill in a diary every day for two weeks. Leavitt says, "We make jokes about people having a 'spring in their step, ' but it turns out this is actually a real thing and we should pay attention to it". Read More »

When Does Daylight Savings Time 2017 Begin?


Sunday will mark the beginning of Daylight Saving Time in most of the United States, meaning that clocks will need to be set ahead one hour. The answer is the date that Daylight Savings Time (DST) will begin for Florida is at 2 a.m. The reason for daylight saving time is that it's supposed to save energy. Just don't forget that your mornings won't get light until just after 7 a.m. Read More »

Military investigating Marine nude photo scandal


Photos and information were shared to the Marines United Facebook page via linked Google Drive accounts, allowing soldiers to browse caches of photos and videos of women, information about their social media accounts, and more. One female Marine, who spoke to The Verge on the condition of anonymity, noted that while she did not believe that she was directly impacted by this specific incident, she had been personally affected "by this type of thing". Read More »

How to buy Japanese games from the Nintendo Switch eShop


But one seldom-discussed area in which the Nintendo Switch excels is in getting kids not to eat the goddamn cartridges. Cartridges for the Nintendo Switch console taste foul because of a "bittering agent" meant to prevent them from being accidentally swallowed. Read More »

Should You Buy OncoSec Medical (ONCS) On Current Analyst Views?

This appreciation has taken its price 14.75% above the 52-week low. There may be various price targets for a stock. The stock is up down 15.45% in this year through last close, and the beta ratio has a value of 1.78. The share price is now 10.85 percent versus its SMA20, 10.85 percent versus its SMA50, and 10.85 percent versus its SMA200. The difference between Actual EPS and Estimated EPS was 0.08 Percent. Read More »

Andy Sandness: Wyoming Man Gets Face Transplant, Reveals Amazing Results


In the Spring of 2012, Sandness received a call from Dr. Mardini who said the Mayo Clinic was going to launch a face transplant program and that he might be flawless for it. Over the next five years, Sandness made yearly visits to Mayo. "I said, 'Andy, I've never lied to you". Sandness had to undergo a rigorous psychiatric and social work evaluation to address, among other things: Should this surgery be done on someone who'd attempted suicide? "Once you lose something that you've had ... Read More »

Ibuprofen for people with back pain has no significant effect

A new study has found drugs commonly used to treat back pain are providing little benefit while exposing patients to unsafe side effects. A/Prof Ferreira, Senior Research Fellow at The George Institute and at the Institute of Bone and Joint Research, said: "Back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide and is commonly managed by prescribing medicines such as anti-inflammatories". Read More »