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1 in 6 newlyweds' spouse is of different race or ethnicity


Intermarriage is increasingly common in part due to changing attitudes concerning race, and in part to the growing share of Asian-American and Hispanic people in the United States. In Honolulu, the "marriage market" of unmarried and recently married adults in Honolulu comprises 42 percent Asians, 20 percent non-Hispanic whites, and 9 percent Hispanics. Read More »

Starbucks offering coffee ice cubes at select locations


Louis and Baltimore, according to spokesperson Holly Shafer. The coffee ice cubes are also now only available at 100 Starbucks Corporation stores in St. Not only do they keep your drink cool, but they keep it from ever getting watered down. One quick search for "coffee ice" on Pinterest shows that this idea is not new or even novel anymore. Read More »

Baahubali 2: The next target of Prabhas-starrer at Kerala box office


After starting the 400 crore club , the film has now crossed the 450 crore benchmark on its 3rd Wednesday at the domestic market, exclusively from its Hindi Version. In fact, Aamir Khan's Dangal which is now roaring at China Box Office could not see the light of the day at Pakistan Box Office. With this feat, Baahubali 2 has also emerged as the highest grossing film of 2017 in Kerala. Read More »

Labour twice as popular than the Tories with the punters


Labour MPs could form their own group in parliament and elect a leader if Jeremy Corbyn refuses to quit after the general election , a senior backbencher has said. BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg echoed the sentiment, saying Labour's plans were " very, very different to any political party's recent manifesto ". Read More »

California mother pleads for 5-year-old boy's safe return


The new search comes the day after Ana Estevez, Aramazd's mother, made a tearful plea for help finding her son. Aramazd Andressian Sr. and his son are seen in a family photo. Andressian Sr. told detectives that he had taken his son to Lake Cachuma in Santa Barbara County the previous day, but detectives have not been able to find evidence the boy was ever at the lake. Read More »

General Motors to cease sales operations in India by 2017


Toyota, Ford, Honda Motor and the Renault SA-Nissan Motor venture all have sizable sales operations in India , but all trail local companies in the race for volume. Isuzu agreed in February to buy out GM's 57.7 percent stake in a joint venture in Kenya. GM will withdraw sales of the Chevrolet brand from the market. Read More »

Patients die more often with older doctors


Chan School of Public Health. A 2014 census of registered physicians found that 26.3 percent of doctors in the USA are 60 years or older, with nine percent of those over 70 - the study's data graph ends at 70 years old and has a mortality rate slightly below 13.5 percent. Read More »

One dead, dozens injured after tornado hits trailer park in western Wisconsin


Fire Chaplain Danny Ringer told reporters at the scene late Tuesday that one person was known to be dead from the twister. Two persons were killed and dozens injured after tornadoes and severe storms swept through several USA states. At least one child is among the injured. The south side of Elk City was hit hardest by one storm, said Mayor Bill Helton. A spokesperson for the Oklahoma Red Cross says they will send an emergency response vehicle and supplies on Wednesday. Read More »

Undercooked Seafood May Contain Live Parasites, Warn Scientists


A study by BMJ Case Reports cites a 32-year-old man who developed severe symptoms that immediately disappeared once the parasite in his stomach was surgically removed. These people can often extract the worm manually from their mouth or cough up the worm and prevent infection. Anisakiasis is when the parasites invade the stomach wall or intestine of humans. Read More »

Senate Intelligence Committee requests Comey memos

Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I., a former US attorney. But the House is in play and its most at-risk GOP members have been quick to sound the alarm about President Donald Trump. Any investigation would pay close attention to the timeline. The FBI is investigating to determine whether Trump or his associates colluded with Russian Federation, although no evidence to support the allegation has surfaced. Read More »

IPL Qualifier 1 2017


Mumbai Indians and Rising Pune have finished in the top two positions which means they will play the first qualifier. Jubilant MI won 2 titles- IPL6 and IPL8 and the team had also been runner-up in IPL3. Mumbai Indians needed 17 off the final over bowled by Mohit Sharma, and 10 off the last four deliveries. MS Dhoni (40 not out) announced his arrival with a six to deep midwicket and by the 18th over, Pune reached 121 for three. Read More »

At least one killed as tornado tears though dozens of Oklahoma homes


Oklahoma Baptist Relief teams are helping victims of the Elk City tornado this week. But Elk City Fire Chaplain Danny Ringer told reporters at the scene late Tuesday that one person was known dead from the twister. "My thoughts and prayers are with those affected by the tornado in Elk City tonight", Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin said on Twitter. He says that in some cases, the responders left their own storm-damaged homes to help search the mobile home park. Read More »

Senate demands Comey memos and Trump tapes as probes ramp up

But he has set a hearing for May 24. The associate also confirmed that Trump asked Vice President Mike Pence and Attorney General Jeff Sessions to leave the room before speaking privately with Comey about Flynn, and that the president told Comey he believed Flynn was a "good guy" and asked if the FBI could end the investigation into him. Read More »

Strong wind but no crashes for Amgen Tour racers in SLO County


Riders will cycle through neighboring Montecito and Carpinteria, up two short steep KOMs to Lake Casitas and into Ojai. This year marks the first time the Tour of California has been staged as part of the World Tour, a designation that organizers hope will draw more top names in the sport from Europe. Read More »

Fat but fit: Experts debunk obesity myth


While most obese people have an increased risk of developing conditions such as heart disease , stroke and type 2 diabetes compared to those of a normal weight, experts had picked up on the fact that some seem to buck that trend and remain healthy. Read More »

Troops booted from military for misconduct sufferd from PTSD


The Government Accountability Office (GAO ) in its report faulted branches of the Department of Defense (DOD) for having policies inconsistent with - or poor enforcement of - official Pentagon rules for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI) or sexual trauma. Read More »

Dan Patrick threatens to force special session if bathroom bill doesn't pass


A separate measure by state Rep. Ron Simmons, R-Carrollton - House Bill 2899 - takes a different approach to the bathroom regulations and would gut cities' and school districts' trans-inclusive bathroom policies. Patrick's threat came a day after House Speaker Joe Straus made public a letter to the lieutenant governor in which he wrote that the Legislature could avoid a special session if it finished its work on the budget and the passed the sunset safety net bill. Read More »

Asian Countries Suffering from WannaCry Virus Cyber Attack


British health minister Jeremy Hunt said on Monday it was "encouraging" that a predicted second spike of attacks had not occurred, but the ransomware was a warning to public and private organizations. "Most people are not paying this, so there are not a lot of money being made with this by criminal organisations so far", he said. By late morning, some people were still filling out forms manually, but the hospital said 70 percent of systems were back online. Read More »

White House was warned Trump aide Flynn a blackmail risk


The hearing was led by South Carolina's Republican Senator Lindsey Graham . He told reporters Yates was "not exactly a supporter of the president's agenda", an apparent reference to her firing over ordering the Justice Department to not defend Trump's initial executive order banning individuals from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the United States. Read More »

US teen's death after caffeine binge sparks concern over energy drinks

Davis was a healthy and active teen who shunned drugs and alcohol, his parents said . Adults can consume up to 400 milligrams of caffeine per day without any adverse affects, according to Health Canada . Any underlying health problems , as well as medications or other drugs, can also stimulate a stronger reaction to caffeine. Regulations governing energy drinks in Canada differ from those in the USA and those sold in Canada have "roughly half the caffeine of an equivalent-sized cup of ... Read More »

American Teenager Dies After Drinking Excessive Caffeine

The three drinks led to a caffeine-induced cardiac event, and he was pronounced dead less than an hour later. Reports say within two hours of Davis Allen Cripe's death he had an energy drink, a large diet Mountain Dew and a cafe latte from McDonald's. Read More »

Mother Warns About Fidget Spinner Choking Hazard In Viral Post


Earlier this month, Georgia resident Teresa Kesterson told a local television station that her 3-year-old grandson had been playing with a fidget spinner-also while riding in the car-when the toy came apart in his hands, leaving him holding tiny pieces including a light-up battery. Read More »

Xi urges countries to coordinate development policies, reject protectionism

Hailed by Xi as a "project of the century", the plan fits into his bigger narrative that China is setting an example of globalization, filling the void left by the United States under Donald Trump's "America First" policy. The troubling relations between India and Pakistan is a concern for the respective neighbours and has nothing to do with China, it said. Chinese President Xi Jinping announced yesterday that there will be a second Belt and Road Forum in 2019. Read More »

Air Canada plane diverted after passenger tries to open door


She said she had urged him to "cross it off his bucket list", adding he travelled alone because the couple has five children, many of whom have special needs, and can not be left in the care of a babysitter. Another woman on the flight, who does not want to be identified, told CTV Toronto that the man was initially sitting in first class but was brought to the back of the plane after he started throwing items around. Read More »

Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE:RAD) Pressured Under Trend Lines


The company has market cap of $4.20 billion. The Company's offerings enable users to collect, index, search, explore, monitor and analyze data. It operates through two divisions: Network Solutions and Services & Support. 404 are held by Envestnet Asset. Cohen Capital Management Inc. now owns 26,978 shares of the company's stock valued at $115,000 after buying an additional 875 shares during the period. Read More »

Microsoft Slams NSA Over Ransomware Nightmare

Because of its success infiltrating systems, the software - also known as WannaCrypt, Wana Decryptor or WCry - is already inspiring imitators . The victims, the official says , range widely in scope, from a few computers at companies and organizations to networks of many more. Read More »

Four new Minnesota measles cases reported, including two in Le Sueur County


The three other counties impacted are Hennepin, Ramsey and Crow Wing. "We could continue to see new cases from this", said Jennifer Heath, who leads the department's efforts with child care centers and schools. The disease is contagious four days before and after the rash appears. The disease is easily spread through the air. One had one dose of Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) vaccine and two had two doses. Read More »

Healthy teen dies of heart problems after too much caffeine

In the span of two hours, Davis drank a cafe latte from McDonald's and a large Mountain Dew, then "chugged" a 16-ounce energy drink when he got back to art class, Watts told The Washington Post. Davis' father believes that every family should be having a conversation about the effects of energy drinks. "There's more pressure to be the ones who don't let their kids have caffeine than it is to just be the norm and everybody let their kids have caffeine", said Haarhuis. Read More »

Chibok girls to reunite with parents 'next week'

Wright says it was hard to avoid that aspect when she was visiting the families and talking to the women and girls who had been kidnapped in the past. Although the army has retaken much of the territory initially lost to Boko Haram , large parts of the northeast, particularly in Borno state, remain under threat from the militants. Read More »