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'What About the Alt-Left?'

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First lady Melania Trump was the first member of the Trump family to respond to the violence, posting a call to "communicate w/o hate in our hearts" on Twitter . Writing for the "Daily Wire", Ben Shapiro described this weekend's violent clash best: "On the one side, a racist, identity-politics Left dedicated to the proposition that white people are innate beneficiaries of privilege and therefore must be excised from political power; on the other side, a reactionary, racist, ... Read More »

Brooklyn church removes plaques honoring Confederate general

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A spokeswoman for the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island says the plaques outside St. John's Episcopal Church were removed Wednesday. "Matter of fact our children, my children, my grandchildren, they probably won't know about General Lee". Provenzano told Newsday the tree is a "descendant" of the one planted by Lee. The church is being sold and is under contract, Provenzano added. Read More »

FDA Approves Pfizer Drug for Rare Blood Cancer

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The newly approved drug Besponsa binds to the B-cell ALL cancer cells which have a specia marker called the CD22 antigen. "We're proud to build on our continued commitment to patients with hematologic malignancies, and will continue our work to find new treatments in acute lymphoblastic leukemia and other blood cancers". Read More »

Road to 2026 World Cup timeline

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A total of 48 teams will participate in what will be the largest World Cup field ever. The United Bid Committee of Canada, Mexico and the United States released a list of 49 potential venues in 44 cities on Tuesday. There are also questions about whether natural grass is required to host the event. But the city isn't taking advantage. The matchup between Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea drew more than 61,200 fans there in 2015. Read More »

Blood test finds cancer before symptoms start

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The team says that the populations who could benefit most from such a DNA-based blood test are those at high risk, such as women with BRCA1 and BRCA2 breast-cancer genes and smokers, for whom standard computed tomography scans often lead to false positives. Read More »

Racist Daily Stormer goes down again as CloudFlare drops support

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In many ways, Prince's statement is commendable in its bluntness, and in how it lays out concerns about content regulation online. When the Daily Stormer lost control of its.com domain in the face of a social media protest, the infamous hate site sought virtual refuge in Russian Federation. Read More »

Gov Scott Distances Himself From Trump's Comments But Not Trump

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Scott has spent much of the last week fielding questions about President Trump's erratic reaction to the violence in Charlottesville last weekend, reaction that has fueled criticism from Republicans and Democrats alike over what some call Trump's moral equivalence and others call the President's latest flirtation with white supremacists. Read More »

Govt taking all necessary actions to restore Bellandur Lake, says Siddaramaiah

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Blankets of foam covered the streets and the neighbourhood. Panelists join India Today's Padmaja Joshi over a discussion on the civic mess and why is the Congress repeatedly violating the NGT (National Green Tribunal) deadlines. NGT has completely shut down 76 polluting industries around the lake on 19th April after a fire was caught on the mound of garbage leading to massive pollution in the area. Read More »

Pubic hair grooming: Top things to know

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In women, the mons pubis (located above the vulva) was the most common site of injury, reported by 51 percent of injured women, followed by the inner thigh (45 percent), the vagina (43 percent), the area between the vagina and anus (13 percent) and the anus (6 percent). Read More »

Pit bulls recovering after protecting children from copperhead snake

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The dogs barked at the snake to leave, causing the serpent to strike. Slayer and Paco knew something was wrong when they saw a copperhead snake dangerously close to their human counterparts. The family received help from the animal rescue group Frankie's Friends, which launched a fundraiser to help them pay for the costly life-saving treatment. Read More »

Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile in 2 more towns

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They are: Branford, Glastonbury, Greenwich, North Branford, North Stonington, Orange, Plainfield, South Windsor, Stamford, Stratford, West Haven and Westport, the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station has announced. In addition to West Nile virus, a single case of California serogroup encephalitis has occurred in Ripley County. Three of those cases resulted in fatalities. Read More »

Scientists Take Significant Step Forwards In Curing Peanut Allergies

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At the end of stage one in 2013, the study deemed 82 per cent of the children to be tolerant to peanuts compared to four per cent in the placebo group. Scientists say the probiotic works to change how the immune system reacts to the allergy and encourage a tolerance - and it's set the ball rolling for what could be a life-changing cure for many families. Read More »

Guest Opinion: Celebrating National Health Center Week

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FHC Inc. was one of 22 health centers in SC awarded funds by the HHS. The two categories that were not awarded to MPHCC were National Quality Leaders, which had no awards in the state of in, and High Value Cost, which was awarded to two centers in Indiana. Read More »

Swine flu toll 11

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Talking to during his visit to Sir Sayajirao General Hospital in Vadodara, Rupani said, "Swine flu has claimed the lives of more than 200 people and 2,100 positive cases have been reported in the state so far, of which about 1,200 cases are reported from the four cities of Vadodara, Surat, Ahmedabad and Rajkot". Read More »

Delhi High Court on high alert after police get bomb threat call

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The squad scanned the entire court premises. The threat eventually turned out to be a hoax call. Delhi Police Commandos at the Delhi High Court following bomb call. People were still going inside the complex and even the media was allowed inside. Earlier in 2011, a powerful bomb placed in a briefcase blasted off in the reception area at the entrance of the Delhi High Court. Read More »

Sunny Leone gets warm welcome in Kochi

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Sunny Leone was named Penthouse Pet of the Year in 2003, and was named by Maxim as one of the 12 top porn stars in 2010. "My auto in literally a sea of love in Kochi ", she captioned one of the posts, thanking her fans. People of Kochi and nearby areas waited for long hours for their favorite star and the air was filled with the chants of "We love Sunny". "No words... Read More »

Inside the country where Down syndrome is disappearing

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There are organizations that, rather than focusing on screening and abortion, actively pursue research about how to treat Down syndrome such as the Jerome Lejeune Foundation which is based in France and plans to open a special hospital in the US. Read More »

Blue Whale Game: A lethal shark called depression

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In this deadly game, a player is also asked to share photos after finishing different tasks. The Blue Whale challenge gives certain tasks to its players for a period of 50 days and the final task leads to suicide. Speaking to reporters, IG Manoj Abraham said, "The Blue Whale game or challenge is a psychological game; which does not have an effect on all kids, but only selected ones with low mental stability". Read More »

SEA Games: Singapore clinches first medal after archers win silver

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Singapore operator Singtel has launched its "Power On" campaign to rally Singaporeans behind Team Singapore as they compete in the 2017 SEA Games that starts in Kuala Lumpur this weekend. Team manager of Thailand women's futsal, Kamonwan Wongvilai said as the defending champion, both the women's and men's teams were more than 100 per cent ready to do the best and retain their gold medals. Read More »

Tim Tebow Makes Fan's Day By Recording Video For His Grandma

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Lucie Mets game on Sunday. It's Tim Tebow . Hope you're having a good day. "My entire family are die-hard Gator fans". The best part was seeing the grandmother's reaction. Tebow is hitting.238 with a.305 on-base percentage and five home runs for St. Lucie. Terp tweeted about it. writing, "Shoutout to Tim for the shoutout to his biggest fan". Read More »

PCB honours Shaharyar for his contribution to Pakistan cricket

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However, low-ranked sides namely Afghanistan and Zimbabwe had toured the country for a limited-over series. The World XI is scheduled to visit Lahore between September 10 and 15 to play three T20 matches with former Zimbabwean test player, Andy Flower presently putting together the World eleven outfit. Read More »

George Washington's Estate Hey Trump, GW's No Robert E. Lee

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Trump likened President George Washington to Confederate General Robert E. Lee and questioned whether liberal protestors will next fight for the removal of a statue of Washington because he was a slave owner. Earlier this year, the city of New Orleans removed several of its Confederate memorials, marking the end of the project by bringing down a statue of Robert E. Read More »

One of SeaWorld's oldest killer whales dies

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The orca, responsible for the 2010 drowning death of Orland trainer Dawn Brancheau , was also the centerpiece of the 2013 " Blackfish " documentary, critical of SeaWorld's treatment of its killer whales. Kasatka was the company's second oldest orca and the second death of a killer whale in a month at one of its marine parks. The abusement park didn't even respect this orca enough to give her a good-quality life, and it needs to send the remaining marine mammals to seaside sanctuaries before ... Read More »

Another CEO Leaves Trump's Manufacturing Council

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Trump tweeted August 16. "I can not sit on a council for a President that tolerates bigotry and domestic terrorism; I resign; effective immediately", Mr. Plank said he was resigning due to the president's initial response to the Charlottesville protests. The chief executive of tech giant Intel is the latest high-profile figure to quit a group that advises the Trump administration. Read More »

Fatal Teen Drug Overdoses Have Doubled in 15 Years

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Deaths involving opioids more than tripled from 1999 (0.8 per 100,000) to 2007 (2.7 per 100,000) but leveled off between 2007 and 2011 until they increased between 2014 and 2015 (2.4 per 100,000). According to the National Survey on Drug Abuse and Health , almost half of Americans, or an estimated 119 million, use pain relievers, tranquilizers, sedatives or stimulants. Read More »

White Supremacist Cries After Realizing He Could Be Arrested

Cantwell - a bald, muscular man with a penchant for tight t-shirts and guns - identifies as a white nationalist and is a speaker for Unite the Right . At least one YouTuber put together a mashup of the disconnects between the Cantwell we see in the Vice mini-doc and the one we see in Wednesday's video. Read More »

Justice Raveendran to supervise NIA investigation in #Hadiya case [Read order]

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It had later asked the Kerala police to share all the details of the case with the NIA after the apex court asked whether this was an isolated case. It directed the probe agency to furnish the report to it after completing the investigation. "If we speak to her at this stage and she says that she was forcibly converted and married off, the case will be over". Read More »

Chaos As Hoodlums Attack Charly Boy, Anti-Buhari Protesters In Wuse Market

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Spillover of the commotion however led to security agencies shutting the market as Hausa traders misdirected their anger against Charly Boy on Igbo traders and other southerners in the market after the protesters had escaped. " Charly Boy caused it, how can he come here to be talking against Buhari". - Pro Buhari protesters threw stones at Resume or Resign Protesters . Read More »

Less Sleep Tied to Diabetes Risk in Children

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Insulin is a hormone that regulates blood sugar levels. "If the association is indeed causal, it would be important to establish evidence-based sleep-time recommendations, which would be particularly relevant given trends toward decreasing sleep time in contemporary children", the authors concluded. Read More »

Fancy wine only tastes better because it's more expensive

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When drinking the more expensive bottle, our brains convince us it tastes better than the cheaper one, even when the wines are exactly the same, just labeled with different prices . While the medial pre-frontal cortex particularly appears to be involved in integrating the price comparison and thus the expectation into the evaluation of the wine , the ventral striatum forms part of the brain's reward and motivation system. Read More »

Drinking moderate amounts of alcohol linked to longevity

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This is particularly noteworthy given that a few researchers have called into question the potential benefits of moderate drinking claiming flaws in the methodology of studies that grouped abstainers with former drinkers, who may have stopped consuming alcohol for health reasons. Read More »

'Metabolically Healthy' Still at Risk for CHD

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The latest findings contradict previous smaller studies which suggested some overweight people could be healthy if they suffered none of the negative effects usually connected to weight gain, such as high blood pressure . That's not to say there's no benefit to keeping your heart risk factors in check, even if you still have some weight to lose. The authors believe that "the excess weight itself may not be increasing the risk of heart disease directly, but rather indirectly through ... Read More »

DJI Allows Pilots to Fly Without Internet Data Transfer

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Jan Gasparic, DJI head of enterprise partnership says, "We are pleased about how rapidly DJI's customer base has expanded from hobbyists and personal drone pilots to include professional, commercial, government and educational users". Lisberg says that while DJI's drones don't phone home with photos, videos or flight logs unless a pilot explicitly presses a button to send them to the company's servers, they do ping some servers with their location so they can download local Temporary Flight ... Read More »