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Where are the danger zones around the erupting volcano — Mayon volcano MAP


The Albay Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (PDRRMC) reported that some 2,785 families or 10,966 persons have evacuated from the danger zones particularly in the towns of Camalig, Guinobatan, Malilipot and Ligao. Meanwhile, netizens near the erupting volcano took photos and videos and shared them online. Even though some people are resisting the calls to evacuate, emergency officials told the Associated Press that if the alert level reaches 4, forced evacuations will be ... Read More »

Sageworth Trust Co Raises Holdings in AbbVie Inc (NYSE:ABBV)


Oppenheimer & Company Inc increased Abbvie Inc (ABBV) stake by 1.58% reported in 2017Q3 SEC filing. Butensky & Cohen Financial Security Inc sold 5,150 shares as the company's stock rose 6.17% with the market. Orbis Allan Gray Ltd now owns 12,704,919 shares of the company's stock valued at $921,233,000 after purchasing an additional 3,340,038 shares in the last quarter. Read More »

Will DACA be put on hold to avoid government shutdown?


Negotiations between a bipartisan Senate group and the White House broke down last week in an acrimonious meeting at which Trump reportedly expressed his preference for immigrants from Norway over those who hail from Haiti and African nations. Read More »

York County Officer Dies at Hospital After Being Shot by Suspect


Bryant said. Among the other three injured officers, Clinton required another surgery Wednesday morning and was in stable condition while Brown underwent surgery Tuesday, and also required another surgery Wednesday. Perhaps, Twitter users are right to point out that if McCall were black, he would have a much lower chance of getting out of police encounters alive. Read More »

State officials say flu season will get worse


It's shaping to be one of the worst flu seasons in recent years. A CDC spokesperson said: 'Seven influenza-associated pediatric deaths were reported to CDC during week one. Florida Hospital Centra Care reports weekly cases of the flu at Centra Care locations hit a record last week - going from just under 600 cases at Christmas to up to 1,127 last week. Read More »

ACC releases U of L football schedule


Wake (Sept. 22) and Virginia Tech (Oct. 6) will play host to the Irish, while Syracuse and Notre Dame will square off at Yankee Stadium Nov. 17. We're continuing to see the television-influenced move of more conference games into September , highlighted past year by the earliest-ever UNC-Duke game. Read More »

GST Council to meet on January 18


This explains the renewed calls to the government to cut excise duty and cushion the burden on the common man. "One should not be surprised, if the diesel price too increases to Rs 70 per litre in the coming days", said Vinay Kumar. 2 per litre in tax on October 3 previous year. Beginning with transportation, civil contracts and commodities, there is a possibility of the hike in diesel prices having a widespread impact, said Rajiv Amaram, joint secretary, Consortium of Indian Petroleum ... Read More »

New Rules May Make Getting And Staying On Medicaid Difficult


Recipients can also meet the requirement through volunteer work, caring for the elderly, job hunting or higher education. This is not a one-size-fits-all mandate. These changes are widely expected to be challenged in court as inconsistent with federal Medicaid law. They are often referred to as the working poor and don't have health insurance at work or can't afford health insurance. Read More »

Aadhaar an "electronic leash" on citizens - senior lawyer in SC


The five-judge Constitution bench is headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and four other judges Justices A.M. Khanwilkar, Adarsh Kumar Sikri, D.Y.Chandrachud and Ashok Bhushan. "Effectively today, you can not live as a citizen of India without an Aadhaar card". The Bench rose for the day, hearing to continue tomorrow. There were also other questions asked by the judges to the counsel, with Justices AK Sikri and DY Chandrachud wanting to know how the biometrics for Aadhaar was ... Read More »

Myanmar police kill 7 Buddhist protestors


Both the ministers discussed the modalities and physical arrangements for early repatriation of Rohingya refugees to Myanmar", the statement added. The figures are higher than those provided by the United Nations, which estimates there are 962,000 Rohingya living in southeast Bangladesh, near the Myanmar border. Read More »

Funding for CHIP Included in Proposed Spending Bill


House GOP leaders are hoping to find enough Republican votes to pass the bill in the House. "We will do everything we can to avoid a shutdown", Schumer said. While Jenkins' office noted the House approved a five-year reauthorization bill for CHIP in November 2017, the Senate has not yet passed long-term CHIP reauthorization legislation. Read More »

Tide pod challenge: A deadly fad


The Tide Pod Challenge has been a viral sensation in recent weeks, with people posting clips online of them trying to eat the detergent pods - despite warnings from Tide and health experts. Tide recently warned people against eating the pods, tweeting a video that featured American football player Rob Gronkowski telling the kids to "say no" to pods. Read More »

PHE issues new measles warning as number of cases increases


However, complications can develop in some cases of measles and if you feel your health is getting worse, seek medical help. Your GP may organise a test to confirm the diagnosis - this is usually done by using a small swab that takes a sample of the oral fluid from the mouth. Read More »

Vets warning pet owners about dog flu in NC


Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta . Two dogs have died from the flu in the tar heel state, according to the state's department of agriculture and consumer services. "There are other strains that seem to be well covered by this vaccine", said Dr. Levine. If you've been suffering from a runny nose, dry throat, cough or other flu-like symptoms so far this winter, you're not alone. Read More »

Trump tweets Sen. "Dicky Durbin totally misrepresented" DACA comments

Trump meanwhile brushed off the backlash, telling reporters that his critics had him all wrong. They were also racist , Love said on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday. "He said, 'Put me down for wanting more Europeans to come to this country". Perdue initially said he did not recall whether the president made the comment. Read More »

Tom Cotton, David Perdue, and the Trap of Lying for Donald Trump

Trump denied making the comments in a tweet Friday, saying, "Never said anything derogatory about Haitians other than Haiti is, obviously, a very poor and troubled country". Perdue brings up a real issue, though it does not point in the direction he claims. No honor among this group, Cotton, Trump and Perdue. Both senators stated that they couldn't specifically recall what the president had said. Read More »

Arron Afflalo throws punch at Nemanja Bjelica


The skirmish went down with 7:28 remaining in the second quarter of the contest at the Amway Center in Orlando. Bjelica responded by putting Afflalo in a headlock. That's part of the game. "I don't know what's wrong with that guy, but at that point I have to protect myself and my family", he told reporters, per The Associated Press . Read More »

Dayton Proposes Nearly $100M in Northland Projects


The state has a triple-A bond rating and over $3.5 billion in bonding capacity this year. The proposal is created to make state resources go further, by leveraging more than $570 million in private, local, and federal investment in Minnesota's infrastructure. Read More »

Stifle A Sneeze? Don't Even Think About It


A little later he found it extremely painful to swallow and all but lost his voice. "This 34-year-old chap said he was always trying to hold his sneeze because he thinks it is very unhygienic to sneeze into the atmosphere or into someone's face". Read More »

Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Visit Coventry


They will also tour the institution's new science and health building during a day created to celebrate the city's history, people and heritage. Royal watchers are speculating over Kate's choice of coat colour, with one person replying: "Mmmm a pink coat, I wonder if the duchess knows if she is having a little girl or not". Read More »

CDC: Flu Season at Peak, Epidemic Levels


So far this season, influenza A, H3N2 has been the most common form of influenza circulating. "If you get sick with flu symptoms, drink plenty of water and other clear liquids to prevent dehydration; get plenty of rest; and treat symptoms such as fever with over-the-counter medicines", said Curry. Read More »

Thousands honor King at National Civil Rights Museum


He also said that Americans can't allow racism "to conquer us, as people, we can't allow it to divide us". "When they come together and do the march and do the prayer breakfast and tie it up with this concert, I just think it's just how everybody can just come in and feel this sense of togetherness", Faison said. Read More »

Chiefs named to PFWA's 2017 All-AFC team


The first overall pick lived up to the hype. In his rookie season, Switzer led all rookies with 600 kickoff return yards beating out Chicago's Tarik Cohen who finished with 583. He is also the first Chiefs player to win the organization's offensive rookie of the year since first awarded in 1969. In all, 21 clubs are represented among the 28 players honored. Read More »

Facebook's News Feed Changes Are the Latest Blow to Publishers and Brands


Now with Facebook returning to its roots by prioritizing the baby pictures and rants of relatives so common before, publishers will have an even harder time reaching audiences. "With the Facebook changes, you can't", Jones warned. Relinquishing some of that power, by taking steps to refocus Facebook on friends and family, may solve one P.R. Read More »

FLU CRISIS: Health officials RAMP UP warnings amid IMMINENT big freeze


As the flu season climbs toward its peak, health officials are reminding Minnesotans that it's not too late to get a flu vaccine. In the Lone Star State , flu patients recently flooded hospitals like Methodist Dallas Medical Center, which redirected those with "non-emergency flu symptoms" to local urgent care facilities and other hospitals, as Breitbart Texas reported . Read More »

Steelers guard turns on own team: What were they doing?


Brady went on to heap praise on the Jaguars swarming defense. Roethlisberger, 35, went 37 of 58 for 469 yards and five touchdowns Sunday but fell victim to two turnovers and questionable play-calling. However, he managed to get over it by flashing his big-play ability down the stretch. Keenum will be hoping all week that the Vikings' offensive line gets as healthy as possible to give him the best protection possible. Read More »

Man City keen to tie up Fred deal


The "No. 6" position is one City are looking to add fresh legs to, with Fernandinho turning 33 in May and club legend Yaya Touré on his way out in June and seldom used by Pep Guardiola . "But I renewed with Shakhtar for five years". The Telegraph are now reporting that Man City are interested in signing Fred in the summer. Guardiola congratulated Fred after Shakhtar's victory over City in December, and the 24-year-old believes the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss would ... Read More »

Date set for Afghanistan's maiden Test


In December a year ago, the Indian board agreed to host Afghanistan's debut Test. "As in the case of South Africa, when it re-entered global cricket in 1991, the Indian cricket board thought it fit to request Afghanistan to visit India for their first ever Test match ". Read More »

New Canaan fourth-grader who died Sunday, had the flu, officials say


Macedo said that school officials have no further details "but I wanted to let you know what happened as soon as we could". New Canaan Police Tweeted a message of condolence as well. " I know you join me in keeping them in our hearts ". Almost 400 family and friends gathered for a prayer service held in memory of the boy at Saint Aloysius Parish on Monday. Read More »

How writing your to-do lists can help you sleep


That's comparable to the improvement seen with some sleep medicines. In the study , overnight polysomnography-the "gold standard" of sleep measurement-was used to monitor electrical brain activity of the participants using electrodes. He further stated that in many cases, it has found that people cycle through their to-do lists in their heads during sleeping and even before sleep. Scullin said a larger study into the role of to-do lists with sleep could help people with disorders like ... Read More »

Century-maker Virat Kohli left frustrated by bad light in Pretoria

His was an innings of character and resilience. South Africa have taken the initiative against India as they reached early stumps due to bad light on day three at SuperSport Park on Monday on 90/2 and a second innings lead of 118. And Kohli's driving through the off-side field was gorgeous. "It's always good that your captain is leading from the front". No other India batsmen has a higher average . Read More »