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QUALCOMM (QCOM) Given Media Impact Score of 0.11

Analysts expect QUALCOMM Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM ) to report $0.77 EPS on January, 24.They anticipate $0.29 EPS change or 27.36 % from last quarter's $1.06 EPS. It worsened, as 87 investors sold NKE shares while 457 reduced holdings. 89 funds opened positions while 397 raised stakes. Badgley Phelps And Bell invested 0.53% of its portfolio in QUALCOMM Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM ). Read More »

Modi, Shah hail BJP victory in Arunachal bypolls


Rupani and his Deputy Nitin Patel will be tking oath alongwith a number of ministers of cabinet and state rank. The BJP, after its 99-seat victory in the recent Gujarat Assembly election, announced earlier this week that Rupani as well as his deputy Nitin Patel would both continue in their respective posts. Read More »

'Real Housewives of New York City' star arrested in Florida

De Lesseps, who has no prior offenses, will be allowed to go back to NY, said Judge Ted Booras. Luann is due in court on Jan 25. Bustle reached out to the Palm Beach Police Department, Bravo, and de Lessep's reps for comment, but did not immediately hear back. Read More »

Cold, snow, bitter wind expected throughout the rest of the week


This evening, the wind child advisory expands south to reach the Iowa border in south central Minnesota. Cold air will continue to funnel in and temperatures are falling down to dangerously cold levels. Frostbite can occur in less than 30 minutes in that cold so make sure you are limiting your time outdoors and be careful. Winds are lighter Tuesday than they were on Christmas, but will still be a bit breezy . Read More »

Doctors Remove Basketball-Sized Tumor Initially Thought To Be A Pimple


But when the tumor grew, his parents pulled him out of school. "I thank God that were here and that this country and Jackson Memorial would welcome us". It will take four surgeons about 12 hours to remove the tumor while preserving blood flow, tying vessels and then reconstructing Emanuels nose so he can breathe easily. Read More »

Numeric Investors LLC Invests $611000 in Altria Group Inc (MO) Stock

It has underperformed by 4.78% the S&P500. (MO) by 49.13% based on its latest 2017Q3 regulatory filing with the SEC. Teacher Retirement System of Texas now owns 1,763,350 shares of the company's stock valued at $131,317,000 after acquiring an additional 76,988 shares during the last quarter. Read More »

Preventing overdose deaths is not one-size-fits-all


Last year also marked the first time since 1962 - 1963 that the USA life expectancy fell two consecutive years. "This is a big deal", says Philip Morgan , a demographer at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill who was not involved in the new analysis . Read More »

Trump denies saying Haitians 'all have AIDS', Nigerians live in 'huts'


The Times report said Kelly and Tillerson attempted to react by saying a large number of the visas were for here and now voyagers, yet that as Trump proceeded with, Kelly and Miller "turned their rage" against Tillerson, who tossed his arms up and countered that maybe he should quit issuing visas inside and out. Read More »

EPS for Lam Research Corporation (LRCX) Expected At $3.67

The stock decreased 0.39% or $4.58 during the last trading session, reaching $1170.18. The most recent shifts in number of shares owned by institutions came on September 30, 2017 when Blackrock Inc. The stock presently has a consensus rating of "Buy" and an average price target of $212.99. As per Wednesday, October 21, the company rating was maintained by Cowen & Co. Read More »

HC doubts spirituality of Rohini ashram for confining girls


The bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar also asked for a list of all 8 ashrams of Virendra Dev Dikshit, the founder of the Ashram to be produced as soon as possible. During the hearing, the court also questioned the spirituality imparted at the ashram and the claim of its lawyer that the women and girls were there on their own free will. Read More »

Congress passes bill to continue CHIP funding through March


The Children's Health Insurance Program covers about 9 million US children, about 350,000 of them in NY. This is good news for supporters of CHIP, as the program's funding expired in September and Congress has been under tremendous pressure since to inject more money into it. Read More »

Mudslide buries community in southern Philippines


At least 39 people were killed in Tubod, El Salvador and Munai towns in Lanao del Norte province. "We've sent rescuers but they're making little progress due to the rocks", he said. Sixty-four people were reported missing in floods and landslides, according to a tally of reports form officials and police. After slicing across Mindanao on Friday, Tembin sped west over the Sulu Sea with gusts of 95 kilometres an hour. Read More »

Saudi Arabia to Keep Rebel-controlled Port in Yemen Open


Saudi Arabia appears to have succumbed to growing global pressure and agreed to re-open the key Yemeni port of Hodeidah to food aid and commercial fuel for a minimum of 30 days. United States ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley described the strike as bearing "all the hallmarks of previous attacks using Iranian-provided weapons" as she announced Washington would be discussing options for Security Council action against Tehran. Read More »

Fresh PDP: Fayose, Secondus say party won't be distracted


PDP's National Chairman, Prince Uche Secondus said on Thursday that members of his party are no longer intimidated by Buhari's alleged persecution of them. "The majority of people still hanging around in the ýAPC are coming back to their home, the PDP". Sokunle, receiving them, said: "APC is a party to belong to, where our political aspirations can be achieved". Read More »

Mauricio Pochettino Discusses His Plans For The January Transfer Window


Mauricio Pochettino's team appeared in fine spirits as they joked with one another in between training drills, but attentions will soon be focused on the task ahead as they travel north to face Burnley on Saturday. We will see when he can be involved again. The 26-year-old isn't in the squad for tomorrow's match against Burnley , however, he could make his return for upcoming fixtures against Southampton , Swansea and West Ham . Read More »

Doctor faces charges over opioid prescriptions and 5 patient deaths


Kraynak now awaits trial at a date yet to be determined. "These serious charges are the culmination of a substantial commitment of Federal, State and Local law enforcement resources specifically directed at one of the root causes of our current epidemic of heroin and opioid abuse: unlawful over-prescription of highly addictive and unsafe drugs", U.S. Read More »

Rub-On Male Contraceptive Gel Set To Go On Trial Next Year

And the stand-in testosterone counteracts the hormone imbalances that progestin causes. Speaking to MIT Technology Review , Diana Blithe, director for contraception development at the organisation, said the gel dries within a minute and is easy to use. Read More »

Eating Fish Improves Sleep and IQ, Study Shows


They also took verbal and non-verbal IQ tests and their parents were asked about their sleep patterns. To measure how well the kids slept at night, parents completed questionnaires that measured length of sleep as well as evening disturbances and daytime fatigue. Read More »

HC asks police to consider granting permission — Sunny Night


The organisers, The Time Creations, then moved court even while Leone, the star performer for the event, announced that she would not be travelling to the city. Terming this a sensitive matter, Justice B Veerappa asked why there was discrimination against the event organisers in giving permission, and asked for a uniform decision to be taken on these matters. Read More »

ICRC: Suspected Cholera Cases in Yemen Reach 1 Million


The United Nations says it is suffering the world's worst humanitarian crisis. In the eight months or so that cholera first began spreading in Yemen, the waterborne disease has put a bad toll on the war-torn country's population - a whopping one million have caught it. Read More »

Hyderabad shocker: Woman set on fire in public view, accused arrested


The victim, identified as Sandhya Rani, a private employee was doused with kerosene and set on fire on the road by a man. After being told by the woman to back off, he poured petrol on her in full public view and set her on fire. This infuriated Karthik who had earlier threatened her of dire consequences. Karthik said that they were both lovers and that he had given her several gifts. Read More »

Sensex, Nifty jump at the start on Asian optimism


Led by market gains , the market capitalisation (m-cap) of BSE-listed companies rose to Rs 1,50,80,323 crore (USD 2.35 trillion). Infosys Ltd finished 1.6 percent higher and Tata Consultancy Services Ltd rose 1.7 percent. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was 0.25 per cent higher. Technology surged 1.02%, along with capital goods and infrastructure. Read More »

Scientists say which fruit can help smokers cure their lungs


If you have kicked the smoking habit but are anxious about the strength of your lungs , eating a lot of fresh tomatoes and fruits - especially apples - can slow your decline in lung function caused by your cigarettes, according to a study at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Read More »

Iran Remains Unchanged in FIFA Rankings


Meanwhile world champions Germany retain the first position followed by Brazil, Portugal, Argentina and Belgium to make up the five best teams in the world as it remained unchanged from what it was last month. The Democratic Republic of Congo are the highest ranked team to actually move positions, falling three places to 39th and allowing Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, and Australia to move above them. Read More »

CDC: Ohio ranks second in drug overdose deaths


Broad declines in life expectancy are unusual in modern, wealthy nations - absent war or epidemics - and the reversal in the USA has been years in the making. They had been hovering around 33,500 deaths a few years ago. The increase in fatalities linked to powerful synthetic opioids such as fentanyl is particularly stark. Read More »

Green, leafy vegetables 'may slow memory decline'


The researchers also considered other nutrients in leafy greens, like the antioxidant lutein and phylloquinone (a type of vitamin K ). Morris, a nutritional epidemiologist at the university, and her team found that elderly people who ate at least one serving of leafy greens every day performed better in tests of memory and thinking skills than people who rarely or never ate them. Read More »

Cold and Flu Season Takes Nasty Turn In Bloomington-Normal


Contain - Contain germs by steering clear of others who are sick. Influenza A outbreaks are underway in about four long-term care facilities, and Adrienne Hansen-Taugher, manager of infectious disease prevention and emergency preparedness for Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox and Addington Public Health, said flu season is expected to peak over the holidays. Read More »

Chocolate can be your dog's Christmas nightmare


The research, which analysed 386 cases of chocolate ingestion in dogs from 229 United Kingdom veterinary practices between 2013 and 2017, also revealed some differences in the seasonal pattern of United Kingdom cases compared to other countries. Read More »

Turtle found entangled in cocaine valued at $53 million


The rescue occurred during a 68-day drug patrol of the eastern Pacific Ocean, which was part of an 18-country operation. Commander Jose Diaz told NBC News that the bales of cocaine were spotted by a military plane. Crewmembers from the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Thetis rescued the sea turtle. . In addition, 24 suspected smugglers were busted. They followed the 75-feet of line to find more than 1,800lb - worth approximately $50million - of cocaine in the debris field, the Sun-Sentinel ... Read More »

Olympic Medalist McKayla Maroney files lawsuit against USOC & MSU


Maroney has now filed suit against USA Gymnastics in Los Angeles County Superior Court. "Plaintiff alleges that Defendant USAG had a plan to keep the sexual abuse of Nassar quiet, and allow Nassar to quietly leave USAG, further silencing his victims", the suit charges, seeking to be released from the confidentiality clause. Read More »

US Lifts Ban on Laboratory-Made Lethal Viruses


The government lifted a three-year moratorium Tuesday on funding for research into ways that certain viruses can be made more virulent and transmissable, announcing a new plan for assessing applications to study these and other unsafe pathogens. Read More »