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Array Biopharma (NASDAQ:ARRY) reports 3Q17 Loss Widen ; Misses Street View


Analysts predict that Array Biopharma will post ($0.71) earnings per share for the current year. Revenue during the quarter dropped 22.69 percent to $33.28 million from $43.05 million in the previous year period. The stock was sold at an average price of $9.27, for a total transaction of $231,750.00. Following the transaction, the director now owns 30,000 shares of the company's stock, valued at $278,100. Read More »

FBI raids Maryland Republican political consultant's office


An outside field office is able to act in another jurisdiction if the target has multiple locations. There's now no indication that this raid has anything to do with the FBI's Russian Federation probe, unlike what Twitter seems to believe. Rogers told reporters that his firm settled a lawsuit brought by the Cuccinelli campaign after he lost the governor's race to Terry McAuliffe. In 2014, the firm was sued by former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli. Read More »

President Trump Signs Cyber Security Executive Order


It also imposes on all agencies a 90-day process for the implementation of a cybersecurity framework developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology ( NIST ), a non-regulatory body charged with developing cybersecurity standards for the federal government. Read More »

Potential Zika virus vaccine developed


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued its initial travel advisory in February 2016, the researchers said. Mosquitoes can carry a variety of diseases including: Zika, West Nile Virus, Chikungunya, Dengue and Eastern Equine and Lacrosse Encephalitis. Read More »

UN chief: drought-stricken Somalia 'hangs in the balance'


Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May told the conference the scheme would aim to unite Somalia's main army with a range of regional forces based across the divided and chaotic territory. The conference is also looking to ensure Somalia can take greater responsibility for its own security from the 22,000-strong African Union troop deployment. Read More »

Texas bill could deny transgender wrestler title defense


The Texas Senate has tentatively approved a bill which would allow a transgender wrestler to be banned form competing. It is the latest in a string of controversial measures that opponents say unfairly target LGBT people, immigrants and religious minorities. Read More »

EU hails growth but warns of uncertainty in UK over Brexit


The projected growth for 2017, however, remains lower than 2016 when it was 1.8 percent, and further below the 2.0 percent post-crisis high reached in 2015. The news was especially positive for non-euro Britain which would continue growing healthily despite the unknowns of Brexit, the Commission said. Structural deficit projection has also improved. Read More »

Researchers create artificial womb to help premature babies


Any baby born prior to the completion of 37 weeks of pregnancy is considered premature. At the start of the test, the fetal lamb test subjects were roughly the same gestational age as a critically premature human fetus. The growing fetus inhales and swallows the fluid, similar to what happens in a natural womb. The doctors have been working on the artificial womb for years, starting on their own, with their own funds, and using a variety of surplus and affordable materials. Read More »

Rate of fentanyl-related opioid deaths continues to rise


The department changed the way it categorized the data , including in its most recent report deaths of "all intents" including suicides involving opioids. For 2017, there were 117 confirmed opioid-related deaths in January. "We're seeing a definite uptick in the number of opioid addicts coming through our doors", says Dilworth Center CEO Charles Odell. Read More »

MannKind Corporation (MNKD) Reviewed By Analysts

It represents a security's price that, if achieved, results in a trader recognizing the best possible outcome for his investment. Sell-side analyst recommendations point to a short term price target of $0.54 on the company shares. A moving average (MA) is a trend-following or lagging indicator because it is based on past prices. Average True Range looks at the distance the price is traveling each day and plots it on a graph. Read More »

Mental Health Month fun run/walk to celebrate 20th anniversary

A TEAM from Cheshire Police is mounting a marathon this weekend to raise awareness of mental health and wellbeing within the emergency services. People experience symptoms of mental illnesses differently - and some engage in potentially unsafe or risky behaviors to avoid or cover up symptoms of a potential mental health problem. Read More »

New photo of Princess Charlotte released in honor of 2nd birthday

And while fans hadn't seen new pics of Charlotte since December, the royal family chose to release a new royal portrait of the 2-year-old one day ahead of her special day. Charlotte appears to have inherited her mother's glossy hair genes, with her sun-kissed, brunette, shoulder-length locks neatly brushed and pinned to the side in the photograph. Read More »

'Dance Moms' Abby Lee Miller Gets One Year In Prison

We're just not disputing the level of fame that Abby had, given that much of it included everything from paid appearances to being a guest judge for a week on Dancing with the Stars , even if numerous pros on the show had nothing but negative things to say about her. Read More »

Justice interviewing candidates for acting FBI director post

So speculation immediately arose that the true reason for Comey's dismissal was because Trump was unhappy with the FBI's investigation into Trump associates, Russia, and the 2016 election. I think that Director Comey has shown over the last several months and frankly the a year ago a lot of missteps and mistakes, and certainly, I think that as you've seen from numerous Democrat members including Senator Schumer, they didn't think he should be there. Read More »

North Korea accuses Central Intelligence Agency of 'vicious' plot to kill Kim Jong

It said South Korean agents gave money and satellite communication equipment to the North Korean to attack Kim during a public event using a biochemical weapon such as a delayed-action radioactive or "nano poisonous" substance. On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to tighten sanctions on North Korea by targeting its shipping industry and companies that do business with the reclusive state. Read More »

Mom of murder victim says Hernandez still guilty


She also said a “possible mental disturbance” was reflected in a suicide note to his fiancee in which he said his death was “the Supremes, the almightys plan, not mine.”. His death has been ruled a suicide by the Worcester district attorney's office, although his family is conducting its own investigation and have said they don't believe he killed himself. Read More »

Kentucky Derby 2017: Final results at Churchill Downs (Always Dreaming wins)


The skies have cleared just in time for mud hasn't On Saturday, Churchill Downs ushers in the 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby, to kickoff the first race of the Triple Crown horse racing championship. Classic Empire is the 4-1 pre-race choice. There was a time when the post-time favorite never won the Kentucky Derby. "When he cut the corner you could tell he was finishing". Read More »

Workers at US Nuclear Site Take Cover after Tunnel Collapse

Workers at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in Richland, Wash ., have been evacuated and others have been told to take cover indoors after a tunnel containing radioactive waste caved in Tuesday morning, government officials said . A spokesman for the Washington Emergency Management Division said the state Emergency Operations Center has been activated and is monitoring the situation. Read More »

I warned White House that Flynn could be blackmailed: Yates

James Clapper , the former director of national intelligence, was asked whether Trump's business interests in Russian Federation might be a cause for concern. "If nothing was done, certainly that would be concerning". For months Flynn didn't report this payment to the U.S. government or another $45,000 he received to speak at a 2015 gala held by RT, a Russian government news network the U.S. Read More »

Congress Passes Spending Bill To Avoid Shutdown, Again Punts On Health Care


But on US President Donald Trump's 99th day in office, lawmakers were leaving until next week without completing two other measures he's coveted: A Republican healthcare overhaul and a budget financing government for the entire year. But Trump quickly backed down from that position. "Even Republican members, many of them, are reluctant to vote for a bill that does so much harm to so many". Read More »

Tips Lead To Suspect In Arizona Serial Killings


According to police, Saucedo stalked victims after dark, selecting people who were either outside of their homes or sitting in cars before opening fire with a handgun. "Today we are closer to providing them the justice they deserve", Williams said. He killed Manny Castro Garcia on June 10, 2016. "But my son is not coming back", Ms Castro said. Read More »

Mind Your Own Mind on Mental Health Awareness Month

Scott DuBois said Will County has one mental health professional for every 1,000 people, while the national average is one for every 375 people. Some mental illnesses will constitute a disability under the Equality Act 2010 where these have a substantial and long term effect on their ability to do normal day to day activities. Read More »

Theresa May 'not taking anything for granted' after Labour's local election rout

Corbyn issued a statement acknowledging some of the problems Labor faced: "The results were mixed". LONDON (AP) - British Prime Minister Theresa May appeared on course for a sweeping election victory next month after her Conservatives made big gains in local elections at the expense of rivals on both the pro-EU left and the Euroskeptic right. Read More »

Common Painkillers Boost Heart Attack Risks


But scientists say the findings are not clear cut. A spokesperson for the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence said all prescribing guidance was regularly reviewed and would take into consideration all evidence that comes to light between reviews. Read More »

GEICO 500 Quick Picks Brian Polking — Fantasy NASCAR

Clauson was a racecar driver who died in a crash last summer at age 27. "Let me call the director of security.' (They) called our security guy, and our security guy said, 'Take him to Victory Lane'". Stenhouse led several laps early but fell back to 18th as he attempted to get debris off his grille. Can you imagine the weight that's been lifted off Ricky Stenhouse Jr.'s shoulders right now? He lost it on Lap 89 when Newman took the lead before being overtaken two laps later by Bowyer. Read More »

Tunnel collapses at United States nuke site, no radiation leak

No workers were inside the tunnel when it collapsed, causing soil on the surface above to sink two to four feet (half to 1.2 meters) over a 400 square foot (37.1 square meters) area, officials said . The U.S. Department of Energy Richland Operations Office activated the Hanford Emergency Operations Center at 8:26 a.m. Tuesday, according to the alert. Read More »

Side effects emerge after many US drugs OK'd


The findings were published May 9 in the Journal of the American Medical Association ( JAMA ). CHICAGO (AP ) - Almost one-third of new drugs approved by USA regulators over a decade ended up later with warnings about sometimes serious side effects. Read More »

Jimmy Kimmel's powerful, personal monologue touches off health care debate

On Monday, Jimmy Kimmel opened his show with a touching and heartbreaking story about his family. Kimmel recounted a story about discovering the problem and becoming more and more anxious as doctors continued their tests. But in late night, as elsewhere, the personal is political. Beyond thanking his family, friends and all the nurses and doctors who helped save his son's life, the monologue was also Jimmy Kimmel's chance to speak out about the need for universal health care. Read More »

Killing of young Kashmiri officer an act of cowardice: Jaitley


Nishith Narayana was one of the directors of Narayana education group. The accident happened near a turn on Jubilee Hills Road Number 36. Jubilee Hills police inspector S Venkat Reddy said that Nishit and his friend Raja Ravi Varma suffered serious injuries in the accident. Read More »

Floods drive nearly 1900 from homes in Canada's Quebec

Both the Gull and Burnt river systems are at the top of their banks. In Montreal , the province's most populous city, 221 people have been flooded out of their homes, prompting Mayor Denis Coderre to urge residents to comply with evacuation orders, the officials said. Read More »

Old mice get brains of two-month-olds thanks to cannabis


In fact, upon closer inspection, the researchers noted that "the molecular signature no longer corresponded to that of old animals, but was instead very similar to that of young animals". "The treatment completely reversed the loss of performance in the old animals ", reported one of the study's authors Prof. In young mice THC impaired their performance - fitting in with research that has shown adolescents who smoke pot do worse at school. Read More »

Beware! Cotton Ear Buds May Be Harmful for Your Children


Kris Jatana. The most common injuries were foreign body sensation (30%), perforated ear drum (25%) and soft tissue injury (23%). Jatana and colleagues write in the Journal of Pediatrics that cotton-tipped swabs were created in the 1920s to clean babies' ears, but reports of ear injuries eventually came to light. Read More »

Giant rabbit owners seek details, payment from United


They purchased Simon to compete in the Iowa State Fair's big-rabbit competition. Speaking in front of a large video monitor displaying a photo of the dead rabbit on its side in a large crate, Mr Cook said the group that bought Simon had meant to display him at this summer's Iowa State Fair. Read More »

Showers and Storms Return Sunday, More Rain and Storms Next Week


Storms are possible in the panhandle. Afternoon temperature readings in the 90s across our area will continue to cool overnight into the lower 60s. Day time temperatures will reach the 70s and 80s. Most of the day tomorrow will stay mainly dry and mostly sunny with highs back in the low 80's. We may be using terms like hot and summer-like to describe the weather on Wednesday and Thursday as highs soar to near 90, but showers and storms will help cool things down by late Friday . Read More »