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Kenyan male Rhino joins dating site and Kenyans love it

According to his Tinder bio, Sudan likes eating grass and rolling in mud. "No problems.6ft [feet] tall and 5,000 lbs if it matters". A swipe right on Sudan's Tinder profile - available in 190 countries and 40 languages - directs users to the Ol Pejeta donation page . Read More »

Leading GOP moderate opposes plan to move House health bill

Democrats have offered to back more funds for border security , and Republicans are agreeing to include federal funds to keep Obamacare exchanges functioning. "It is becoming more of a nonissue". White House budget director Mick Mulvaney acknowledged that leverage in an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper on Tuesday evening, saying: "Chuck Schumer and the Democrats have a place at the table". Read More »

Artificial Wombs are Being Designed to Help Premature Babies

A group of scientists is hoping to bring the statistics much lower by developing an artificial womb . At infant prematurely born at 23 weeks weighs less than 600 grams and has a 30% to 50% likelihood of survival. Among the reasons that the fluid environment is important is that it gives premature babies' lungs a chance to mature before they have to contend with the same environment as everyone else, the researchers said. Read More »

Erin Moran, Joanie in 'Happy Days,' dies at 56

Moran's death was conducted by the Harrison County Sheriff's Department and the Harrison County Coroner's office", the full statement said. 'Happy Days' star Erin Moran was reportedly forced to rely on a feeding tube in the last days of her life before succumbing to stage 4 cancer. Read More »

Republicans refuse to fund ObamaCare subsidies


Republican lawmakers were meeting Wednesday to consider how to rescue the GOP drive to repeal much of President Barack Obama's health care law. And if no bill passes the Senate in time, Trump won't have anything to approve. The Trump administration likely will seek money for the wall in legislation funding the government for the fiscal year starting October 1, but lawmakers are likely to balk again.And some Democrats, who had insisted the legislation contain guarantees that the Trump ... Read More »

Drug can stop new mums bleeding to death


Researchers said the figure rose to 31 per cent if the drug was administered within three hours of birth. The findings also show it reduced the need for urgent surgery to control bleeding (laparotomy) by more than a third (36%). Participants were randomized to receive either 1 g of intravenous tranexamic acid or matching placebo in addition to usual care. The researchers found no side-effects from the drug for either mothers or breastfeeding babies. Read More »

Businesses like Trump tax plan, but they won't rush to hire


As his milestone 100th day in office on Saturday nears, Trump has been scrambling to show progress on his agenda. The White House had hoped to hold its tax plan until passage of a bill to repeal and replace President Barack Obama's health care law, figuring that government savings from a new health care plan could be used to finance tax cuts. Read More »

I'm not interested in talking about Ibrahimovic future, says Mourinho


Let us know by voting below... United are also in the Europa League semi-finals and could secure a Champions League berth if they win the competition. "They win a lot of duels". Former Manchester United player Lee Sharpe has been speaking about Marcus Rashford, and has claimed that the player could be as good as Cristiano Ronaldo. Read More »

Rapper Kevin Gates gets 30 months in prison on gun charge

The warrant was issued because Kevin failed to appear in court for the 2013 gun case. Kevin Gates' legal troubles persist. Rapper Kevin Gates will be spending the next 30 months behind bars in IL for a gun charge. Unfortunately for the rapper, he won't be a free man for a long while. Back to Gates kicking a woman at his show...why on earth would he do that? Haynes has since deleted the post, but she previously posted that fans should not take the information put out by the media as ... Read More »

Osinbajo's panel requests Senate's report on Babachir Lawal


In a related development, Mr. Sani's committee has re-invited the suspended Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Babachir Lawal , to its hearing slated for tomorrow, Thursday, PREMIUM TIMES can confirm. Room 117 of the New Senate building. The panel is also investigating the suspended, Director-General of the National Intelligence Agency, Ayo Oke. Read More »

1-year-old found dead in Will County

She was barefoot and had multiple ponytails in her hair with white beads. The sheriff's office and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents searched the residence "with the assistance of the attorney the family obtained", the news release said. Read More »

Jonathan Demme, 'Silence of the Lambs' director, dead at 73

Demme died, Wednesday, April 26, 2017, from complications from esophageal cancer in NY. He broke into the industry through a friendship with cult filmmaker Roger Corman , who hired him to write and direct such low-budget genre movies as " Caged Heat ", about inmates in a women's prison. Read More »

Trump says he won't pull US out of NAFTA


U.S. Wheat Associates and National Association of Wheat Growers officials said Mexico is the largest U.S. wheat buyer and imported more than 10 percent of all U.S. Which means the next few months might be the only window to renegotiate NAFTA - a key Trump campaign promise. Anyone looking for a political decoder for how the Trudeau government might be interpreting Donald Trump's latest spate of anti-Canadian trade rhetoric could do worse than American comedian Stephen Colbert. Read More »

Chipotle investigates a breach in their payment system

The restaurant chain has said that the unauthorized activity has been stopped and that there are additional security measures being taken. The Denver-based burrito chain announced Tuesday that hackers had access to the network that supports its payment system for almost a month, from March 24 to April 18. Read More »

Hope for preemies as artificial womb helps tiny lambs grow

But this is not the science fiction scenario of Brave New World , in which humans were grown entirely in tanks, says Flake, a pediatric and fetal surgeon at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia . "Our intent is to support premature infants in that very early range", said Flake, adding "it may ultimately have other applications as well, relating to fetal transition". Read More »

World's oldest person Emma Morano dies at 117


She attributed her long life to a diet of three eggs a day, two of which were raw, and her genetics , according to the BBC . Guinness World Records is saddened to learn of the passing of Emma Martina Luigia Morano of Vercelli, Italy, holder of the record titles for Oldest living person and Oldest living woman . Read More »

Buhari Absent From FEC Meeting Again


The CLO said it was conflicting that Buhari, who was reported to be resting at home, would attend to files on national issues. His absence, however, fuelled speculations over his health but his close aide say he is recovering from illness and had improved recently but just needs time to fully recover. Read More »

Berkeley Sued For Cancelling Ann Coulter's Speech


Coulter has said she will speak at Berkeley on Thursday regardless of the university's position because she has a contract. The attorney also claimed that in her correspondence with university authorities, Berkeley had accepted that they not only anticipated negative feedback to Coulter's appearance on campus but, as before at the infamous Milo Yiannopolous event in February, it was outside agitators and not university students who had threatened to disrupt the event. Read More »

GBSHSE Class 12 results 2017 to be declared on April 26


The Goa Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE) has also confirmed that results for all the three streams i.e. arts, commerce and science would be announced tomorrow. Results of the GBSHSE 12th Class Exam are released. The overall pass percentage for Goa HSSC Result stood at 90.10% for the year 2016. The students can collect marksheet and pass certificate from April 28th between 9.30 AM to 1.00 PM. Read More »

Years Later, The Boston Marathon's First Woman Races Once Again


Switzer told CNN after Monday's race, "What happened on the streets of Boston 50 years ago completely changed my life and changed other people's lives", she said. "And he grabbed me and he screamed, 'Get the hell out of my race.' I was just terrified", Switzer said. "To come here to Boston , I knew I was going to face my colleagues who have run many times here. Read More »

Sharapova to know French Open wildcard fate on May 16

Radwanska, a potential second round opponent for Sharapova, said: "This kind of entry into the tournament should apply to players who dropped in the ranking because of injury, illness or some other random event". Her face is plastered across the Sugarpova booth in the fan village - her own brand of sweets - and conversations seem to centre on the tainted former world No. Read More »

This disturbing new sex trend is on the rise


Civil and criminal justice experts are expressing concern over " stealthing ", in which straight and gay men are removing their condoms during sex without their partners' consent. But mostly, he's committing an act he was not permitted to do, which many people are claiming is "rape-adjacent". Addressing the reasons why this act has become pervasive, Brodosky discusses online communities that advocate stealthing as a means for a man to exercise his right to "spread his seed". Read More »

'The Handmaid's Tale' Premieres Tonight on Hulu - Full Cast List!


The first three episodes of " The Handmaid's Tale " premiere on Hulu on Wednesday, April 26, and the rest of the 10-episode season will start streaming in the coming weeks. Atwood was a consultant producer for the series, "which basically means I have conversations with people and then they do what they were going to do anyway", she joked. Read More »

Alexis Bledel attends the premiere of The Handmaid's Tale


Go to , or download the PEN app on Apple TV, Roku Players, Amazon Fire TV, Xumo, Chromecast, iOS and Android devices. In episode three of Hulu's " The Handmaid's Tale ", quietly fierce protagonist Offred ( Elisabeth Moss ) delivers a chilling monologue that in just a few lines encapsulates why this dystopian story has found new life more than 30 years after the book on which it's based was released. Read More »

Controversial paper says saturated fats don't clog arteries


However, they have been condemned by other medics, who accuse their editorial of being "simplistic", "muddled" and "misleading". Instead of focusing on lowering blood fats and cutting out dietary saturated fats , the importance of eating "real food", partaking in regular physical activity, and minimizing stress, should all be emphasized. Read More »

AAP pays tribute to CRPF troopers killed in Maoist attack


Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala said on his Twitter account: "Malady and inability of the BJP government of Chattisgarh in fighting Naxalism lies in Chief Minister Raman Singh's lack of will". "We have chose to enhance our activities and construction work in the region", he said . He said that in 2016, 135 rebels were killed, 700 were arrested and another 1,198 surrendered to government forces, according to the New Delhi Television news channel. Read More »

Drug use tops booze for first time in fatal US crashes


Traffic fatalities are also on the rise, which has been attributed to an improved economy and more distracted and drugged driving. The study revealing these findings was released Wednesday by the Washington, DC-based Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) and the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility . Read More »

Maria Sharapova returns to action today

Sharapova, a five-time Grand Slam victor, will return to the Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart, Germany , on Wednesday against Italian 2015 U.S. Open runner-up Roberta Vinci. "She shouldn't have been given a wildcard, neither here nor in Rome nor Madrid", said Vinci. Even if Sharapova has not played competitively for a long period, Vinci insisted that the former world no. Read More »

MCPH observes Infant Immunization Week


The World Health Organization calls on all nations to push more in the vacination programas because there are 19,4 millon children that need those benfits. "Additionally, those countries that have achieved or made forward progress towards achieving the goals must work to sustain those efforts over time". Read More »

Coordinator urges Nigerians to fight against malaria


Speaking at the event to mark the World Malaria Day , the Minister of Health, Prof Isaac Adewole said local production of insecticide net was necessary to reduce the cost of importing treated nets, adding that proliferation of the nets will also ensure that more people are reached. Read More »

Alligator gets handcuffed in Louisiana


Louisiana wildlife officers knelt astride the gator and used not one but two sets of handcuffs on its legs. Firefighters pulled out their cell phones and started to record wildlife officials removing the gator, but it didn't want to go without a fight. Read More »

Kevin O'Leary drops out of Conservative leadership race


Bernier will hold a press conference at 4:30 p.m. ET in Toronto to discuss the developments. O'Leary, a native Canadian, said what inspired him to get politically involved was tied to Trudeau's policy choices and his aversion to newly inaugurated U.S. Read More »