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Facebook policies questioned after Cleveland slaying video

Police say Steve Stephens killed himself late this morning after a brief police chase near Erie, Pa. The man accused of randomly gunning down a Cleveland retiree and posting the video to Facebook took his own life in Pennsylvania, where police were tipped off by a McDonald's worker. Read More »

Florida lawmakers agree that marijuana products can not be smoked

Zaun said cannabis can be "important medicine". The scene was a dramatic ending to the hearing, which largely centered around providing much-needed relief to patients suffering debilitating diseases like epilepsy, HIV and AIDS. Earlier in the hearing, the committee passed an amendment from Sen. Bradley moved the two chambers' proposals farther apart late Tuesday when he allowed an amendment , sponsored by Miami Republican Frank Artiles , to be tacked onto his bill ( SB 406 ) that would ... Read More »

FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE:FE), Himax Technologies, Inc. (ADR) (NASDAQ:HIMX)

Robert W. Baird reaffirmed an outperform rating and set a $10.00 price target on shares of Himax Technologies in a research note on Thursday, December 1st. If you are viewing this report on another website, it was stolen and reposted in violation of US and global copyright law. COPYRIGHT VIOLATION WARNING: This piece of content was originally posted by Transcript Daily and is the property of of Transcript Daily. Read More »

US Calls North Korea's Failed Missile Test an Attempted Provocation

North Korea objects to a UN Security Council meeting scheduled for April 28, and to be chaired by US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, created to show the worldwide community's resolve in dealing with North Korea's nuclear program. The vice foreign minister suggested that the USA should prepare for an "all-out" war if the US tries to intervene in the tests. " President Trump has made it clear the US will pursue an America first policy in trade and exchange". Read More »

Pence warns North Korea: 'The sword stands ready'

But Pence expressed impatience with the unwillingness of the regime to move toward ridding itself of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. "President Trump has made it clear that the patience of the United States and our allies in this region has run out and we want to see change". Read More »

Crazy Volume Spikes for: Halliburton Company

Several equities research analysts recently commented on the stock. The stock touched its high share price of $58.58 on 01/26/17 and the stock also touched its Lowest price in the last 52-weeks of trading on 05/09/16 as $36.69. Looking at the current price of the stock and the 52 week high and low, it suggests that the stock is likely to go Down in the future. Perigon Wealth Management LLC acquired a new position in Halliburton Company during the fourth quarter worth $109,000. Read More »

MI returns to Penn State for another 'White Out'


Times and television arrangements are announced throughout the offseason, primetime contests usually released in bulk by the conference during the spring or mid summer. The Lions" four-overtime, 43-40 victory over MI in 2013 remains among the most memorable "White Out' games, joining the 2005 and 2016 wins over Ohio State. Read More »

Sheriff: Ohio police officer says shooting story false


Witnesses said that although a police cruiser did drive up Johnson Hill Road, no other vehicle was seen. Investigators used an Automatic License Plate reader on Eubanks' vehicle to track down witnesses that passed his auto at the time he told police he was pursuing the gunmen, the station reported. Read More »

Changes in store for Jefferson Co. Relay for Life


Saturday, April 29, at Zearing Park in Princeton. "We also will add a" Paint the town Purple" event the week of the Relay. The event, an worldwide ACS campaign, is a team experience where participants walk around a track for six to 24 hours, depending on the length of the relay. Read More »

Ex-New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez kills himself in prison


Last Friday, Hernandez was found not guilty for the double murder of two men on a Boston street in 2012. - May 28, 2014: Hernandez pleads not guilty to charges in connection with the deaths of de Abreu and Furtado. He was serving a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole. In a statement they said: "Mr. Hernandez was in a single cell in a general population unit". Read More »

Little Caesars Arena to host 2020 NCAA Frozen Four, 2021 March Madness


Detroit last hosted the Frozen Four in 2010 when it was at Ford Field. The Frozen Four includes three games: two national semifinal games Thursday and a national championship game two days after. Buffalo has built a successful relationship with the NCAA. The 2022 tournament will be the seventh hosting opportunity in a 23-year period for Buffalo. Read More »

China names areas in region disputed with India to assert claims


The names announced by China are Wo'gyainling, Mila Ri, Qoid ngarbo Ri, Mainquka, B mo La and Namkapub Ri. Anuwar Hazarika / Reuters Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama speaking at Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh on 5 April 2017. Arunachal Pradesh is an eastern Himalayan region administered by New Delhi but claimed by China as Southern Tibet. In a conversation with The Hindu , Liu Zongyi, senior fellow of Shanghai Institutes for International Studies, said: "The back-and-forth cycle ... Read More »

Fowler, Leake lead Cardinals past Marte-less Pirates 2-1


You see Greg make incredible plays tonight, Grich made unbelievable plays-that's all because of how Lance kept us going. Fans are especially attentive at the beginning of a new season, and the Cardinals rotten start to the year has allowed imaginations to run wild-with no context for the struggles, fans have been left to wonder how bad this team might be. Read More »

50 years later: South Bend runner finishes Boston Marathon, honors first woman

In her memoir , Switzer recalls Semple screaming as he reached for her bib number, " Get the hell out of my race and give me those numbers! ". 50 years hence, in 2017, she ran the same marathon, with over 100 other women. The Boston Marathon did what it does best Monday, providing spectators with all the best aspects of sports. CBS Boston captured her crossing the finish line, and it's a glorious moment. Read More »

NCSU researchers predict 'normal' hurricane season


The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30. Forecast models now predict a 30 percent chance this system could continue to develop into a named storm in the next week as it meanders northward. The center of the storm is larger with the strongest winds located well away from the center. The National Hurricane Center report gustier lower-level winds occurring on the western side of the low-pressure system. Read More »

Prince William Calls Lady Gaga to Talk About Mental Health


William then made plans to meet Gaga in the United Kingdom in October to discuss how they can work together to do more to tackle the mental health stigma. He said it is time "to break open the taboo". It was the latest stage in a campaign by the royals to raise the profile of mental health. "I have my own reasons for being involved in mental health: What happened to me and my mother when I was younger", he said. Read More »

Harry Redknapp confirmed as Birmingham's new coach

In a bid to avoid dropping into the third tier of English football, City's owners turned to the experienced figure of Redknapp. The Blues moved quick to replace Gianfranco Zola after he resigned as their head coach yesterday, taking with him a shocking record where he only won twice in 24 games. Read More »

Again: California dominates list for worst air pollution


The Charleston metro area had no unhealthy days for ozone in 2017, and averaged less than one day of unhealthy particle pollution levels per year in a calculation based on various readings over three years. And the Trump administration indefinitely delayed a federal court hearing in which the administration was to defend the health standard. For media interested in speaking with an expert about lung health and healthy air, contact the American Lung Association at Media (at) Lung (dot) org or ... Read More »

University of Utah to award scholarships for esports team


All joking and mocking aside, and I know it's out there, this is awesome. The world of eSports is becoming bigger all the time, and as such is getting plenty of attention. Indeed, furthering the competition between official university teams will only do more to help promote eSports, and will no doubt be another place for colleges to pursue friendly rivalries. Read More »

Fight against neglected tropical diseases needs Big Pharma push


Neglected Tropical Diseases, such as trachoma , Guinea worm and river blindness, are avoidable infections but can deform, disable, blind and even kill if left untreated. "Guinea worm is close to the end, with only 25 cases a year ago - though the unrest in South Sudan is making this work harder". The funding includes £205 million of new support from 2017/18 to 2021/22, £55 million for the next two years which forms part of an existing United Kingdom commitment and £100 million allocated ... Read More »

Trump Signs 'Buy American, Hire American' Executive Order

Indian nationals are the largest group of H-1B recipients annually. An administration official who briefed reporters in advance named Tata Consultancy Services, Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp. New rules should better protect American workers while continuing to attract bright foreign talent who will help companies create more jobs here. "The capability of the American middle class to make things and keep them running has been at the base of our nation's strength since its founding", ... Read More »

Smart Bandage Uses 5G to Confer With Your Doctor


The smart bandage features nanosensors that monitor important vital statistics of a patient and the device is meant to be 3D-printed with the goal of achieving lower manufacturing costs. Last month, Prime Minister Theresa May signed off on the Swansea Bay City Region deal which is expected to create 9,000 jobs and trigger £1.3bn ($1.63bn) investment in South West Wales over a 15-year period. Read More »

Tornado drill to be held across MI today


During the week, the Department of Public Safety and the National Weather Service will be promoting severe weather safety and emergency preparedness information in the media . Racine County has recorded 26 tornadoes since 1844. Pollman says cell phones can also receive emergency alerts and let you know if severe weather is happening wherever you are. Read More »

VA tests partnership with CVS to reduce veterans' wait times


The CVS program allows the VA to maintain its a role and provide veterans with timely care. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said in a press release. Veterans Administration, the VA and CVS have partnered for a test program that will have the pharmacy chain's MinuteClinic urgent care centers treating some veterans for minor injuries and ailments. Read More »

'The sword stands ready': US VP Mike Pence warns North Korea

He said that the dialogue could lead to formal talks on a U.S. -Japan trade agreement, but that he would leave that decision to the future. In a 2012 Vice interview , a purported South Korean-born NATO soldier detailed South Korean defense planning and said that North Korea had "something like 130,000 well-trained special forces" who would land on the South Korean coast to "promote general chaos" in should a conflict break out. Read More »

Quinnipiac chosen to host 2019 NCAA Women's Frozen Four

The NCAA women's hockey championship, or Frozen Four, will still take place in Pegula. Penn State hockey will host the Midwest Regional for the 2018 and 2019 NCAA Tournament the program announced on Tuesday afternoon. The 2019 Frozen Four returns to Buffalo, N.Y. April 11-13, hosted by the MAAC at the KeyBank Center, home of the Buffalo Sabres. The NCAA men's and women's cross country mid-Atlantic regional will return to the Penn State Golf Courses on November 9, 2018, and November 13, 2020. Read More »

Boulder Police Taking Back Unwanted Prescription Drugs on April 29


If you are unable to attend the take-back event, a drug take-back box is in the lobby of the Edwardsville Police Department and is accessible 24/7. Claremont, Franklin and Gilford police will collect medications in a CVS parking lot; Raymond police at a Walgreens; and Plaistow and Kingston police at a Rite Aide. Read More »

Theresa May to make Downing Street statement after Cabinet meeting


May came to power in July 2016 after her predecessor David Cameron resigned following the shock Brexit referendum vote in June for which he had campaigned for Britain to stay in the European Union. Current opinion poll ratings, translated into a general election, could put the Tories more than 200 seats ahead of Labour and with a commanding overall majority of 150. Read More »

Shanta Kumar hails Modi's support to generic drugs


It was suggested that doctors should recommend the salt instead of drugs by brand names in prescriptions and that generic drugs should not be manufactured with brand names. "Nothing happened in between (in health sector), which I have to do (now)", Modi said targeting the previous UPA government led by the Congress. New Health Policy to focus on affordable healthcare. Read More »

1st Woman to Run Boston Marathon Does it Again

This year he ran the marathon with the American flag on his shoulder as part of Team Semper Fi, according to the Boston Globe . And on Monday, the now 70-year-old ran the marathon again, wearing the same bib number, but under very different circumstances. Read More »

Mika Singh, Wajid react to Sonu Nigam's comment on 'azaan'


So the singer chose to reply back saying, "Today at 2 pm Aalim will come to my place, and shave my head". The debate took an interesting turn when Nigam even invited the press to participate at the event at 2pm. Just like Muslims wake up early to say namaz, Hindus too wake up early in the morning to do Surya Namaskar. - Sonu Nigam (@sonunigam) April 16, 2017And by the way Mohammed did not have electricity when he made Islam. Read More »

Phillies' Buchholz has surgery, out 4-6 months


Buchholz said he felt the best he had all year going into his last start on Tuesday, April 11 and didn't have any issues prior this season. More than likely, he is done for the 2017 season. The Phillies traded for him from the Pittsburgh Pirates and took on his $9 million salary, but Morton only made four starts in Philadelphia because of a hamstring injury. Read More »