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Trump blasts Hillary Clinton for questioning legitimacy of election result


Here is President Trump's tweet and the heated reactions. She adds: "I think that we should just leave that behind us and whoever they want to blame for anything, they're going to have to find somebody else". Trump has always denied allegations made by several women to the New York Times before the election, and around the time of the release of infamous 2005 "Access Hollywood" tape. Read More »

Emerson sweetens bid for Rockwell Automation to $29 billion


The Q.i. Value of Rockwell Automation Inc. The VC1 of Rockwell Automation Inc. Glg Partners Lp, which manages about $27.28B and $1.81B US Long portfolio, decreased its stake in C&J Energy Svcs Inc New by 48,641 shares to 223,514 shares, valued at $7.66 million in 2017Q2, according to the filing. Read More »

Kim Kardashian reads Kanye West's 'Mean Tweets'


The 37-year-old reality star and her husband Kanye West are now expecting their third child, whom they will have via a surrogate, after Kim was advised against getting pregnant due to suffering complications whilst carrying their four-year-old daughter North and 23-month-old son Saint. Read More »

Zimmer announces Case Keenum will start vs. Rams


Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp have combined for 1,039 receiving yards and seven touchdowns while Todd Gurley has 35 receptions. The Vikings are 7-2, now holding a two-game lead over Detroit and Green Bay in the NFC North. He'll face an aggressive Rams defense that has generated the ninth-most pressure on opposing quarterbacks in the NFL this season , according to Football Outsiders, and he'll look to cut down on his turnovers after throwing five interceptions in the past four games, ... Read More »

High lead levels found in fidget spinners


USA Today said the company could not provide an estimate on how numerous popular fidget spinner toys it will have to remove from stores. The group continues to test other spinners from other retailers as part of its annual holiday toy testing project. Read More »

Why sleep deprivation is worse than a hangover


The scientists zeroed in on the temporal lobe , which regulates visual perception and memory. "We discovered that starving the body of sleep also robs neurons of the ability to function properly", said senior author Dr. This means that the ability of the neurons to process information and convert visual perception into their consciousness is greatly impaired by sleep deprivation . Read More »

Chris Jericho vs. Kenny Omega Set For "Wrestle Kingdom" 12

Jericho issued the challenge Sunday at NJPW's Power Struggle pay-per-view event through a video where the wrestling icon called out Omega who is now NJPW's United States Champion. That or WWE has approved this match, which seems unlikely with NJPW's well publicized goals of going global in the next couple of years. Furthermore, Chris Jericho talked about his upcoming cruise on Killing the Town recently and it may shed some light on why he's working with New Japan/Ring of Honor. Read More »

Buhari hosts Tinubu in Aso Rock


The National Executive Council (NEC) of the All Progressives Congress (APC ) on Tuesday delayed a vote of confidence in President Muhammadu Buhari after some party members urged the NEC to resolve on an automatic ticket for the president to fly the party's flag at the 2019 general elections. Read More »

New SGF, Boss Mustapha is Babachir Lawal's cousin, says Junaid Mohammed


Saraki recalled that the travails of Lawal emanated from the senate when it commenced probe into the involvement of the former SGF in the alleged grass cutting scandal in the North East. The lawmaker also urged President Buhari to rejig his government machinery in order for the All Progressives Congress (APC)-led government to achieve desired results and deliver dividends of democracy to Nigerians as promised them within the remaining time of its tenure. Read More »

Hospital safety scores released

The report called out Oregon , Rhode Island, Hawaii , Wisconsin and Idaho for improvements since the inception of the Hospital Safety Grade five years ago. About a third of hospitals overall earned an "A" from Leapfrog: 832 of the 2,632 hospitals rated this fall. Maryland was included in the state rankings for the first time, as prior to this most recent report it was exempt from reporting several safety measures on a national level. Read More »

WWE Releases One Of Its Most Underrated Wrestlers In Emma


The former NXT star's last TV appearance came on Monday night when she lost to Asuka , which was a rematch from their bout at WWE TLC. It's sad to see Emma go because they tried re-casting her a bunch of times but could never get the storytelling right for someone who I personally think is a pretty good performer. Read More »

US Oil and Gas Rig Count Falls As Brent Breaks $60

Current OPEC compliance with production cut plans remains above their historical average, and it usually takes between two to three quarters for inventories to normalize after the cuts. Meanwhile, analysts and investors are looking ahead to monthly USA supply and demand data, out on Tuesday. We're also seeing record exports at close to 2 million barrels a day, helped by the widening Brent-WTI spread. Read More »

U-17 WC: Ramos will watch Spain play in final


Mali also had a goal that appeared legitimate denied as it was not signalled "in" by the assistant referee. In the third minute, Spain's Sergio Gomez missed from within 10 yards after a cross from Abel Ruiz in the right flank reached the No.10 unmarked. Read More »

If it's fall, it's time for your flu shot

The Brant County Health Unit is urging residents to get their free flu shots as the influenza season is about to start. According to the weekly FluView report , local influenza activity was reported by five states - California, Colorado, Massachusetts, Oklahoma and SC - up from two states the previous week, while the US Virgin Islands and 38 states reported sporadic influenza activity. Read More »

Record Support for Legalizing Marijuana in the United States


After rising by 10 points (29 percent) between 2001 and 2009, the percentage of Americans who say pot should be legal rose by 20 points (45 percent) between 2009 and 2017. Advocates in MI are expected to qualify an initiative for the ballot next year that would regulate marijuana for adults, and at least 18 states are expected to have legalization bills introduced during their 2018 legislative sessions. Read More »

E-cigarettes banned in NY everywhere tobacco is


Seventy percent of municipalities in NY have already prohibited the use of e-cigarettes in public spaces. "This new law not only protects public health by restricting the use of e-cigarettes and the public's exposure to smoke-cigarette emissions", said Jeff Seyler, the executive vice president of American Lung Association's Northeast region, but also children, for whom the products are "just another tool reeling them into a unsafe and often lifetime of addiction to nicotine". Read More »

Noted Malayalam Film-Maker IV Sasi Dead


Sasi also directed Katrina Kaif in the 2006 Malayalam film Balram vs Tharadas. IV Sasi had worked with Mammotty in films like Thrishna and Mrugaya which were phenomenal hits and established Mammokka's stardom. The industry and I mourn a great technician. Sasi has also directed Rajinikanth (Kaali/Allauddinum Albutha Vilakkum) and Kamal Haasan (Guru / Eeta / Vrutham / Allauddinum Albutha Vilakkum). Read More »

Towie's Gemma Collins considers suing after on-stage tumble


Despite later telling Nick Grimshaw that she was "okay", Collins has now confirmed that she has consulted a lawyer about the possibility of suing the BBC for the incident. It is a miracle I am living to tell the tale. When pushed to reveal whether her plans included her rumoured I'm a Celebrity comeback, Gemma teased: "I can neither confirm or deny". Read More »

Slain soldier's widow explains why Trump's call made her angry and sad


According to Wilson, who is a family friend of the Johnsons, the president told Johnson, "He knew what he signed up for, but when it happens it hurts anyway". "The only way he remembered my husband's name because he told me he had my husband's report in front of him and that's when he actually said La David". Read More »

Lawmaker Suggests 'Quarantine' of People with HIV


A Georgia state representative has asking an expert at a public hearing whether it would be "legally" possible to quarantine people with HIV to stop the virus from spreading. "It's very troubling to hear comments like that", said Jeff Graham, executive director of Georgia Equality , referring to Price's remarks. Georgia ranks fifth among states for new HIV diagnoses. Read More »

Ripples of joy over Pak. scribe's rescue


As yet no statement has been issued by the recovered journalist or her family. "Alman Latif, Shahzadi's brother describe the incident to media with the agony that Helping an Indian prisoner Hamid Ansari has cost us dearly we have given so much of losses, His sister is missing and my younger brother Saddam hanged himself after losing hope to get reunited with her". Read More »

Pennsylvania's unemployment rate declines to 4.8 percent in September, report says


The area and state unemployment rates are not seasonally adjusted because the labor department provides only that figure for metropolitan statistical areas in Kansas. Chase County has the lowest areawide unemployment rate at 2.2 percent while Coffey County has the highest at 5.2 percent. The Norfolk area unemployment rate is dropping, but it's not because more people are getting hired. Read More »

75% decrease in flying insects over 27 years


These creatures are remarkable subjects of study due to what they represent to humanity. Of course, this represents a threat for us in many ways. They stressed the importance of adopting measures known to be beneficial for insects , including strips of flowers around farmland and minimising the effects of intensive agriculture. Read More »

India ranked No. 1 in pollution related deaths


Researchers, including those from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in New Delhi and Icahn School of Medicine in the USA, pointed out that nearly 92 per cent pollution-related deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries. "Our goal is to raise awareness of the importance of pollution and mobilise the political will needed to tackle it by providing the most in-depth estimates of pollution and health", Philip Landrigan, professor of environmental health at the Mount Sinai School of ... Read More »

The Chicago Bulls' Practice Didn't Go As Planned


Mirotic suffered multiple broken bones in his face as well as a concussion on Tuesday. K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reported that Mirotic may miss a few weeks over the incident. Reporter Shams Charania described Portis' strike as "an alleged surprise punch"-in other words, a sucker punch". There's a lot of high expectations for Portis , the 22-year-old Little Rock, Ark. Read More »

Dentist Talwars to visit Dasna jail every fortnight to check inmates


Lal, had earlier held Aarushi's parents, Rajesh and Nupur Talwar , guilty of conspiracy and murder of 14-year-old Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj. The Allahabad High Court had on Thursday cancelled the life sentence handed out to the Talwars by a lower court that had convicted them based on circumstantial evidence . Read More »

"Defence data stolen from firm using 'admin' and 'guest" as credentials

Mr Clarke said the information hacked on the new Navy ships included a diagram in which you could zoom in down to the captain's chair and see it was one metre away from the navigation chair. "Su Bin admitted to playing an important role in a conspiracy, originating in China, to illegally access sensitive military data, including data relating to military aircraft that are indispensable in keeping our military personnel safe", John P. Read More »

Political storm over report on junior Shah's business growth


Why where these loans given through cooperative banks without a mortgage, without proper security. "I have repaid the loans by cheque on commercial rate of interest and within the time stipulated". Will you give direction to the CBI to probe the matter? It alleged the revenues of the company witnessed an "astonishing surge" in the financial year ended March 2015, when the firm received an unsecured loan of Rs 15.78 crore from a financial services firm owned by Rajesh Khandawala, the samdhi ... Read More »

Amaju Pinnick: "The Super Eagles need to keep calm against Zambia"


The 4-0 win and 1-1 draw against Cameroon helped the Eagles to confirm their leadership of the group, but Rohr says they will change the formation that helped them in the games against Cameroon for obvious reasons. "It is nice that we have control of our destiny - a win takes us to Russian Federation". One of the Orlando Pirates strikers has been called up to the Zambian national team for their upcoming match in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. Read More »

Walmart Buys Delivery Startup Company


The deal, for which terms were not disclosed, gives Walmart access to Parcel's routing algorithms, fleet of leased vehicles, and employees, the retailer said in a blog post Tuesday. Recently, the retailer began testing "in-fridge delivery", a service that stocks a customer's refrigerator while he or she is away from home. So they see it as a big potential and they see the e-commerce piece and felt like they had to solve this problem. Read More »

Las Vegas shooting: How you can help


The mass shooting is considered the deadliest in USA history. Many who were donating their blood Monday said the shooting in Las Vegas that killed dozens and injured hundreds more prompted them to get out and give blood. Travelers are able to see all routes of Allegiant Air flights to and from Las Vegas on the company's website . Another way to help shooting victims nationwide is to donate blood regardless of whether you live near Las Vegas or not. Read More »

President Trump doesn't let up on criticism of San Juan mayor


The President's tweets drew a scorching response from the ranking Democrat on the House Homeland Security Committee, Representative Bennie Thompson, who called them "abhorrent", adding that it was "pathetic that the president has chose to attack - with the not so subtle veil of racism and sexism - those desperately begging for his help". Read More »

Estimated 25 million unsafe abortions occur each year globally


For the first time , it includes sub-classifications within the unsafe abortion category as less safe or least safe. Abortions performed by trained providers through evidence-based approaches are safe, she said. The study called for less restrictive laws on abortions as this will go a long way in saving women's lives and also encourage women who have to perform the act seek the help of trained officers. Read More »

Nerve stimulation restores patient consciousness


Sirigu is an author of a study released Monday by the journal Current Biology . "Brain plasticity and brain fix are still possible even when hope seems to have vanished", said corresponding author Angela Sirigu, from Institut des Sciences Cognitives Marc Jeannerod . Read More »

United Nations chief voices concern over 'potentially destabilizing effects' of Kurdish referendum


That Israel, Iran's biggest foe in the region, has supported the independence vote, has played no small part in Tehran's calculus. Instead, regional president Massoud Barzani, is expected to use the result in secession negotiations. The zones disputed between the Kurds and the federal government in Baghdad are not part of the three provinces in northern Iraq that form the autonomous Kurdish area. Read More »

Nigeria lost to Ghana but our jollof rice is no1 - Leon Balogun


The fans, on Monday in Abakaliki, said that several factors contributed to the team's loss and advised the NFF to address them instead of overhauling the team. "The players have been together for long and duly qualified for the CHAN competition. I'll thank the almighty God for bringing us this far and also congratulates our Coach and the playing body as well because without them, there wouldn't have been any team", he said. Read More »