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West Brom Considering Managerial Options as Relegation to the Championship Looms


However, O'Neill signed a four-year contract extension with Northern Ireland in January and their decision to plump for Pardew instead of him just over three months ago could have burned some bridges. "It is Troy's second goal in the last two games and we have got six important points", Gracia said. It's not where we want to be. Of course you get players coming into your office and saying why am I not playing? "I am frustrated that we have not got the results perhaps we deserved". Read More »

MeToo leaders Ashley Judd, Mira Sorvino take on Oscars red carpet


During the third act of Sunday's show, that promise materialized when the Academy devoted a segment to honoring the #MeToo and Time's Up movements and highlighted the diversity in movie-making in the a year ago. include diversity, inclusion", Hayek added. "That is what this year has promised us". Two such women, Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino walked the red carpet together in solidarity. Read More »

Daycare Workers Accused Of Giving Melatonin-Laced Gummy Bears To Toddlers


Officers arrived last Friday afternoon to the Kiddie Junction Daycare Center at 1619 E. Oakton Des Plaines after a report of a suspicious incident. But the alleged use of the drug in day cares without the parents' consent has resulted in criminal investigations. Police contacted the parents of every child in the day care center, he said. Read More »

"Unprecedented" number of burst pipes causes a surge in demand for water


People are being asked to check their own pipes for bursts, particularly outside taps which are vulnerable to freezing temperatures. On Sunday about 6,000 households in Sussex were without water . "I've been OK", she said, but shared concerns for the "elderly and sick who can not venture out to collect water" from a station more than a mile away. Read More »

Trump pushes death penalty for drug dealers - 'They kill thousands'


KELLYANNE CONWAY: I would imagine most of America suffers from information underload when it comes to fentanyl, for example, which took the lives of 20,000 Americans previous year. He suggested that he'd like to take a more aggressive approach to the drug crisis - but said the country isn't ready for what he has in mind. When The New York Times asked public health experts how they'd spend the money, none pushed for a border wall, and just 3 percent said they'd give money to local police ... Read More »

Cruise voted worst actor of 2017

If you said yes to either of these, we may be able to change your mind - thanks to the Golden Raspberry Awards . The semi-big budget take on the campy TV classic landed with a thud at the box office past year, and critics savaged it . Kim Basinger was named the victor of the worst supporting actress prize for Fifty Shades Darker . Worst Actress: Tyler Perry - Boo 2! Consider Halle Berry , who won Worst Actress for "Catwoman" (2004) three years after winning the Best Actress ... Read More »

Giants scout shows Penn State RB Saquon Barkley a lot of love


At the combine, on March 2, the position groups on display were running backs , offensive linemen , and special teams' participants . "It's always fun when you're watching a player and you know there's no chance he's getting to you", said Los Angeles Rams general manager Les Snead , who drafts 23rd and has a franchise back in Todd Gurley . Read More »

'Listeriosis brands' to be removed from shelves


Pick n Pay, along with other supermarket chains, has acted swiftly to withdraw all products from Enterprise and RCL from its shelves. "They have, as of this morning, been issued with safety recall notices according to Section 60 (2) of the Consumer Protection Act", said dti Director General Lionel October. Read More »

Why SSC CGL Aspirants Are Protesting?


Lakhs of aspirants take various examination held by the commission. A total of 1, 89,843 candidates appeared for the SSC CGL Tier II exam held between February 17 and February 22. The Commission scheduled the exam on 9 March at 10.30 am and by then #SSCexamscam had already started trending on social media platforms. 'NSUI supports the demand of the students for a CBI probe into this matter. Read More »

MI basketball 'a Final Four team,' Seth Davis says


The Nittany Lions led much of the way, but Edwards made a 3 for Purdue with 2 seconds left in the half to send the Boilermakers to the break ahead 33-31. However, all he is probably going to remember is losing the ball with 21 seconds to go and his team ahead 68-67. A 3-pointer by Michigan State's Matt McQuaid brought the Spartans within five, but Abdur-Rahkman silenced any notion of a comeback. Read More »

Boston streets flooding as second nor'easter in two months pounds city

Parts of eastern Long Island and eastern MA were predicted to get up to five inches of rain through Saturday . The storm is moving slowly, and the wind, rain and flood effects will linger for days. Officials in the nation's capital activated a hypothermia alert and urged homeless residents to take shelter. Precipitation is expected to weaken off Friday, but gusty winds will continue through the weekend . Read More »

Navy's Memorial Stadium to host NHL hockey


The site of the game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Washington Capitals will be the Navy's Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis , Maryland. Indeed, there are two points on the table in a rematch against the Capitals club that beat the Leafs in last year's playoffs. Zach Hyman and Nazem Kadri had goals for the Maple Leafs, who have dropped three straight on the current four-game road trip. Read More »

IPL: Dinesh Karthik to lead Kolkata Knight Riders


Mysore said,"The principal we operated on was that we were looking for a long-term change". I am just bestowed with this massive honour of leading KKR and I am really looking forward to it. While Uthappa has been serving KKR for a while now, Karthik has played for four different teams in the past including Royal Challengers Bangalore, Mumbai Indians, Kings XI Punjab Delhi Daredevils and Gujarat Lions. Read More »

Australians die from melon contaminated with listeria


The suspect cantaloupes were found to have been farmed at Nericon in the eastern state of New South Wales, however all government departments contacted refused to name the company that is the focus of the health scare. Listeriosis is said to begin with flu-like symptoms such as fever, chills, muscle aches, nausea, and sometimes diarrhoea - and officials say the symptoms can take up to six weeks to appear after eating contaminated food. Read More »

David Ogden Stiers, Major Winchester on 'M*A*S*H,' dies at 75


Stubbs, confirmed Stiers' death from bladder cancer. Stiers was born in Peoria, Illinois in 1942. He briefly attended the University of OR and studied at the Juilliard School in NY in 1968. Stiers also voiced the evil genius who created Stitch, Dr. Jumba Jookiba in 2002's Lilo & Stitch. Stiers was also musically inclined: He served as the associate conductor for the Newport Symphony Orchestra in OR and guest-conducted dozens of orchestras around the world, said Entertainment Weekly. Read More »

This deadly flu season has peaked, but a late bump could loom


However, the statewide death toll dropped last week. Seventeen children were reported killed by the flu this week, bringing the total this winter to 114, more than the past two flu seasons, USA Today reports. "Even though it looks like flu activity is decreasing in some parts of the country, there's still a lot of it out there", Nordlund says. One lesson from this flu season is the importance of Tamiflu . Read More »

One held in connection with Gauri Lankesh murder case


Assistant Public Prosecutor Nirmala Rani, who moved the remand petition for SIT, told Bangalore Mirror that now that the SIT had secured Kumar's custody, it should go ahead and record his arrest - if required - before the completion of the custody period. Read More »

Brandon Williams decommits from Arizona


With the current climate surrounding U of A and by signing financial aid papers, I have the opportunity to explore other options. His decision comes just days after top-50 power forward Shareef O'Neal, the son of Shaquille O'Neal, backed away from Arizona and committed to UCLA . Read More »

Weather warning upgraded to 'amber' as heavy showers expected tomorrow


Cardiff and some parts of Scotland are also on red alert. Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said people should remain indoors from 1600 GMT on Thursday until the storm, with winds forecast to reach 100 kph (60 mph), has passed. "And some local roads remain impassable, making it hard for our people to get into position to run our trains and staff our stations". Stein Connelly, of Transport Scotland, told BBC Radio Scotland: "We're seeing significant weather disruption on the network, we've ... Read More »

CS 'assault': AAP attacks bureaucracy, LG; officers 'March for Dignity'


John, appearing for the MLA, told the court that the probe in the matter is over and no further custody was required. Both the AAP MLAs were named in the FIR lodged by Prakash. "They have been asked to be present at Civil Lines police station for questioning by 4 pm on Thursday", he said. "The CCTV footage shown in the court also clarifies the same", the AAP leader quoted the judge as saying and added, "But the Delhi Police is yet to seize the CCTV footage and examine the witnesses, ... Read More »

Embattled Cabinet members attend White House opioid event

Speaking at the White House opioid summit, Trump said countries with the "ultimate penalty" have less of a drug problem than the U.S. BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) March 1, 2018 " Some countries have a very, very tough penalty - the ultimate penalty", said Trump . Read More »

The NFL today announce a new sponsor


Zacks Investment Research upgraded shares of Papa John's Int'l from a "strong sell" rating to a "hold" rating in a research report on Friday, January 5th. The short interest to Papa Johns International Inc's float is 26.34%. CI Global Investments Inc. acquired a new stake in shares of Papa John's Int'l in the fourth quarter valued at about $4,208,000. Read More »

No Anchorage flight delays from East Coast storm


After making it through a tough patch of turbulence as the plane headed toward Washington Dulles International Airport , the pilot sent a report to the Aviation Weather Center. Other pilots reported moderate turbulence and diversions Friday. The passengers on a United Airlines' flight that landed at Washington DC's Dulles' airport had a pretty rough go of it. Read More »

North Korea denies chemical weapons link with Syria

North Korea said that the United States had influenced the United Nations Security Council to "cook up the theory of cooperation between North Korea and Syria" in order to impose more sanctions and install a "full-scale sea blockade", and justify an invasion of Syria. Read More »

The Long-Lost "African Mona Lisa" Sells at Auction


It set a new record for African art. In a "20-minute bidding frenzy" the painting sold to a bidder on the telephone during Bonhams' Africa Now auction on February 28, the London art dealer said in a statement. "It is a cause for celebration, a potentially transforming moment in the world of art", he said. Ben Enwonwu MBE was born in Umuese-Aroli, Onitisha, Nigeria in 1917. Read More »

The 5 'New' Types of Diabetes, Explained


There are five distinct types of diabetes rather than two, suggests Scandinavian research published today in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology journal, OnMedica reports. Cluster 1: A severe autoimmune condition whereby the body attacks and destroys insulin producing cells, meaning that the body doesn't produce any insulin and as a result blood sugar levels are not controlled. Read More »

March begins with rain and snow in forecast


Aside from the wind issue Friday , highs will be right around 60° with overnight lows in the chilly 20s and 30s from Friday through the weekend and the sun will stick around just as long. Cloudy, with a high near 46. Near I-80, 1-2 inches of snow is expected and 2-4 inches of snow is possible in the higher elevations east of Pittsburgh. Read More »

Number of flu-related deaths in CT jumps to 105


Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday that about 13,700 flu cases were reported last week to the state Department of Health, down from 18,250 the previous week. Through 7 a.m. Friday, there were no confirmed cases of Flu A and two cases of Flu B. Those numbers are compared to 200 cases of Flu A and 10 of Flu B in January. Read More »

Four aid workers killed in Boko Haram attack in Nigeria, UN says


In the fierce offensives, the gallant troops killed 33 Boko Haram insurgents and destroyed 15 locally fabricated rifles captured from them. Four people working as aides with the United Nations (UN) have been killed by Boko Haram insurgent, while 1 person has been abducted, Punch reports. Read More »

Convicted sex offender a free man because of technicality


Michael Tracy McFadden , 46, was sentenced to more than 300 years in prison on charges he sexually assaulted six young boys and girls. The trial for McFadden, who was convicted in 2015, was delayed because his lawyers wanted some provisions included in the questionnaire given to jurors. Read More »

Rutgers rallies from 16 down to top IN in Big Ten Tournament


The Rutgers Scarlet Knights (15-18) are riding in a two-game winning streak including a 76-69 win over in in which Corey Sanders scored 28 points in 12 of 20 shooting from the field and 4 of 6 from the free throw line. However, Indiana was unable to continue their quality shooting as they only made 2 of their next 18 field goal attempts. After 10 minutes it looked like it would be a Hoosiers rout, as they built a 24-8 lead and the thousands of IN backers out-shouted the Rutgers fans. Read More »

Lassa Fever: 2845 Contacts Identified In 18 States - NCDC


Nigeria has reported 317 confirmed cases in two months, more than the total for all of past year. Currently, Lassa fever testing is carried out across three laboratories in Nigeria. Early supportive care with rehydration and symptomatic treatment improves survival. Greater coordination and information sharing regarding Lassa fever cases and contacts with Benin would also contribute to rapid detection and response to cross-border spread of the outbreak. Read More »

EPL: Why Harry Kane should leave Tottenham - Villas-Boas


Raul claims that Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is likely to attract interest from numerous clubs. And it appears that. The league's Golden Boot victor for the last two seasons is chasing a third as he sits atop the charts with 24 goals in 27 matches. Read More »