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British PM says she is 'not a quitter'


The PM rejected speculation that she might seek to extend the expected two-year transition period after the official date of Brexit on March 29 2019 to three or more years. Former business minister Anna Soubry said her "hard Brexiteer" colleagues would end up "destroying" the party as she called on the Government to "get a grip" and laid into its "inability to grasp Brexit". Read More »

FDA wants to stop abuse of Imodium


The recent report comes from FDA's side that the organization asked the drugmakers to limit the use of the drug in packaging as it is turning hazardous for the health of many. "We know that numerous bulk purchases of these large volumes are being made online through major online web retailers", Gottlieb said. One busy emergency room doctor said he's witnessed the problem firsthand, and "applauds" the FDA's latest move. Read More »

Nokia 5 and Nokia 8 receive significant price cut in India


The phone which was earlier priced at 36,999 will now be available at Rs 28,999. The price cut should be levied on offline sales as well. This move comes at a time when HMD Global is expected to launch new devices at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Read More »

I am overachieving with Chelsea, claims Antonio Conte


Jermain Defoe and Tyrone Mings will again miss out. "I don't know [if he will leave] but now he's a Chelsea player". "There is time", Conte told reporters ahead of Wednesday's Premier League game against Bournemouth . The only arrival prior to this week, Barkley, is clearly in no physical state to make meaningful contributions yet. The Blues have won seven of their last eight home league matches, drawing the other game against Leicester on 13 January. Read More »

Gronkowski shares major update on Super Bowl chances

Regardless of the experience gap, this should be a good game. "This is a process". "I'm ready because I want to support every Viking player that there is out on the field so", Zach Clark said. Louis and Kansas City before he returned. And that's when he had the career-crossroads moment: 2013 seemed so long ago. "I really enjoyed playing with Chris". Read More »

Rare triple treat of blue moon, super moon and total eclipse


A blood moon is a total lunar eclipse , where the Moon passes completely into Earth's shadow - this causes sunlight going past Earth to refract onto the Moon's surface, giving it a red colour. With rays of the sun passing through earth's atmosphere they reflect on the moon as red hence the name blood Moon . In the Eastern Time Zone, the moon will have set before it the eclipse occurs. Read More »

M&S to shut up to 14 stores, 468 jobs at risk


M&S now has 1,025 stores in the United Kingdom - 302 clothing, home and food, 684 food-only and 39 outlets. The six stores to close in April are Birkenhead, Bournemouth, Durham, Fforestfach in Swansea, Putney and Redditch. High street chains in the United Kingdom have been hammered by Brexit-fuelled inflation that has sent the cost of goods rocketing and consumer confidence plummeting, while also having to stomach hefty business rates increases. Read More »

FBI Agent Ended Up Killing the Victim He Was Supposed to Rescue


Valladares". The Conroe police and the Montgomery County District Attorney's office will investigate and prosecute the kidnapping and robbery at Valladares' home, Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon said. Attorney's Office. Houston Police said a dropped tool led to an agent discharging his weapon. Although the surviving Valladares brother had lived with the boy for years and the two have a "great bond", he has not been able to see him since the shooting, according to his ... Read More »

Soy milk said to be the best plant-based milk alternative


Rice milk was found to be high in carbohydrates and sugar, and the second most calorific compared to cow's milk, with little nutritional value. Is lactose free milk real? Soy milk has the best nutritional profile out of the most-commonly consumed dairy-free alternatives, according to researchers from McGill University in Montreal. Read More »

Rival sworn in as 'people's president' of Kenya as political stand-off continues

After declaring the National Resistance Movement (NRM) an organised criminal gang; Fred Matiangi has now shared a few reasons as to why most media houses where shut down. Numerous protesters were chanting pro-Odinga slogans, waving tree branches and blowing horns and whistles. "I knew we were vulnerable but I didn't think they would strike that fast", he said. Read More »

Virginia 7 Year old boy dead after Flu, strep throat


As of last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said 30 pediatric flu deaths had occurred in the United States this season, including one in West Virginia. The young men's folks called 911 Sunday morning and took the youngster to a healing facility after he wound up noticeably lethargic, as indicated by WWBT. Read More »

Bridges Rated Structurally Deficient


ARTBA says the pace of improving the nation's inventory of structurally deficient bridges slowed this past year, down only two-tenths of a percent from the number reported in the government's 2016 data. The allocation represents the difference between the projected level of USA infrastructure investment and what the American Society of Civil Engineers says is needed to meet US infrastructure needs. Read More »

DMX Taken Into Custody for Failing Drug Tests


DMX is in trouble with the law... again. "I'm saddened and disappointed", Richman said. A judge ruled that DMX was a flight risk after he allegedly tested positive for three different drugs. Witnesses told the celeb news site that the rapper had been drinking and had bought people shots, despite the fact that alcohol was listed as off limits in the terms of his parole. Read More »

Brain 'pacemaker' for Alzheimer's helps gives life back to patients


Unlike most Alzheimer's treatments, it wasn't focused on improving memory, but on helping patients continue to function. Researchers implanted the device in the hope of boosting their cognitive and behavioural skills. All three study participants showed improvement, including LaVonne Moore, 85, of Delaware, Ohio. After DBS, she could independently initiate preparations of a simple meal, assemble ingredients, and cook the meal. Read More »

Theresa May's Brexit bill is 'constitutionally unacceptable' declare Lords


The January 2018 study, titled "EU Exit Analysis", examined three of the most plausible Brexit scenarios and estimated that growth would be between two percent and eight percent lower over the next 15 years. It said: "The committee find that the bill risks undermining the legal certainty it seeks to provide, gives overly-broad powers to ministers, and has significant consequences for the relationship between the United Kingdom government and the devolved administrations". Read More »

Flu deaths increase across the state


According to Tulare County Public Health, they have received confirmation that two more Tulare County women under 65 have died from influenza A-related infection. "Try not to touch your nose, mouth or eyes and cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze", Morgan said. "Influenza is a potentially deadly disease, and getting vaccinated is the best thing New Yorkers can do to protect themselves and those around them, followed by good hand hygiene", state Health ... Read More »

At Hearing, Scott Pruitt Shows Why He's the Worst EPA Administrator Ever


Tuesday's hearing was Pruitt's first visit to testify before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee since he was confirmed almost a year ago. "It is important that people know that one of the "stars" of this administration had such serious concerns about threats to the constitution by President Trump". Read More »

Feet 'deformed' after beach stroll


The pair acquired a larva migrans, or hookworm , infection from walking barefoot on the beach - most likely in an area where animals infected with the parasite had defecated. "They said our case wasn't severe enough to get the medication". "At that point, that's when we freaked out a little", Stephens said. That's when Stephens's mother offered to drive into Detroit and buy the medication from a pharmacy there. Read More »

Padmaavat": "Deepika Padukone Filmed 'Challenging' Jauhar Speech In Single Take


This kind of validation gives one the confidence to take bigger and bigger risks, challenge stereotypes and continue to push the envelope in the realm of mainstream Hindi cinema. Deepika is playing the role of of Padmavati . But what gratified her more was that her parents praised her performance. "As I don't stay with them, they don't know much in detail about the role or the film". Read More »

Will Ronda Rousey Show Up at RAW?


Rumors have been circulating for months that Rousey would be signing with the WWE after one year away from the UFC . "They have first priority on my time for the next several years. The move from UFC to WWE likely means that at age 29, her UFC career is over. After making guest appearances at WWE shows in the past, Rousey will now join full-time. Read More »

Kesha's Powerful "Praying" Performance at the Grammys


Kesha stole the show at the Grammy Awards on Sunday (28Jan18) by delivering a powerful performance of Praying with the support of Cyndi Lauper , Camila Cabello , and Julia Michaels . Dr. Luke , who was the CEO of Kemosabe until last spring, has denied Kesha's allegations. We are also daughters, wives, sisters and human beings. The most poignant Grammys performances transcend sheer technical prowess and tap into the most pressing sociopolitical issues of the moment. Read More »

AAP MLA's disqualifications case to be heard in High Court today


He said the BJP leaders will demand immediate notification of 351 roads as commercial and mixed-use categories so that traders on these stretches will be saved from the ongoing sealing drive. The recommendation received the presidential assent on January 20. MLAs' pleas seeking quashing of their disqualification from the Delhi Assembly for holding "office of profit" to a division bench. Read More »

Vaping may raise cancer and heart disease risk, study suggests


For their experiment, Tang and his colleagues exposed laboratory mice to e-cigarette vapor, which contains both nicotine and liquid solvents. When human lung and bladder cells are grown in the lab, they turn cancerous at a higher rate if exposed to the nicotine compounds, according to work by of New York University. Read More »

Logic ends Grammy performance with powerful message to 's-hole countries'

Meanwhile, Bruno Mars won every award for which he was nominated , and the only woman who accepted an award on the telecast last night was Best New Artist victor Alessia Cara . I've beat you to it. "I don't have personal experience with the kinds of brick walls that (women) face, but I think it's really a combination of us in the industry making a welcome mat very obvious: creating mentorships, creating opportunities, not only for women, but for all people ", he added. Read More »

Jerry Brown remembers where he's from


Mr Brown commented that California "must go even further to accelerate the market for zero-emission vehicles" to meet the state's climate goals. The order aims to "dramatically reduce carbon emissions from transportation - a sector that accounts for 50 percent of the state's greenhouse gas emissions and 80 percent of smog-forming pollutants", it added. Read More »

WEF Davos: 1000 dimostranti anti-Trump a Zurigo


Circa 1000 persone hanno manifestato questa sera a Zurigo contro il Forum economico mondiale (WEF) di Davos e in particolare contro la partecipazione del presidente americano Donald Trump . La polizia cittadina aveva dato il suo consenso alla manifestazione ed era pronta ad ogni evenienza. E' prevista la partecipazione di 70 capi di stato o di governo e 38 leader della maggiori organizzazioni internazionali. Read More »

Shoe Thrown On Bahubali Fame Tamannaah Bhatia: Man Arrested


She was there to inaugurate the Himayatnagar Store. The footwear was aimed at the actress but it ended up hitting an employee of the store. The arrested man was identified himself as Khareemulla from Musheerabad, called himself a "die-hard" fan of the actress. Read More »