• Ryan Murphy's Nurse Ratched Origin Story Lands at Netflix
Ryan Murphy's Nurse Ratched Origin Story Lands at Netflix

Executive producing Ratched are Murphy, Douglas, as well as Aleen Keshishian, Margaret Riley and Jacob Epstein of Lighthouse Management & Media, which manages Romansky. Murphy spent a year securing rights to the character and the estate of original producer Saul Zaentz. The Saul Zaentz Company controls the rights to the film.

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  • Rescinding DACA is 'unnecessary and cruel'
Rescinding DACA is 'unnecessary and cruel'

The decision has thousands of young adults in Maryland hanging in limbo, fearing they could lose their jobs or even be deported. According to a report by Guardian , there are 787,580 " Dreamers " and majority are from Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras and are in the age range of 15 to 36.

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  • New Delhi landfill issue to be discussed
New Delhi landfill issue to be discussed

Garbage will directly go there, but all this will take some time. The tribunal then asked why compensation should not be awarded to the relatives of those who died in the landfill collapse due to "sheer negligence", before posting the matter for further hearing on September 12.

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  • Swine Flu toll reaches 42 in Odisha
Swine Flu toll reaches 42 in Odisha

In the state, with four more people succumbing on Tuesday, the death toll from the flu rose to 377 since January. Infected children under seven years of age have a death rate of 40 per cent. According to the Union Health Ministry data, 25,864 cases of H1N1 were reported across the country till August 27 this year, a massive increase of over 14 time...

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  • FIFA Orders Replay of South Africa vs Senegal Match
FIFA Orders Replay of South Africa vs Senegal Match

The referee failed with appeals to FIFA's appeal committee and now to CAS. He gave a penalty for a non-existent handball against Senegal defender Kalidou Koulibaly in the game in Polokwane, South Africa . Cape Verde, who beat South Africa 2-1 last Friday, are aiming to become the smallest nation to make the World Cup finals. It's believed ...

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  • Thousands of Rohingya refugees flee to Bangladesh
Thousands of Rohingya refugees flee to Bangladesh

Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi yesterday blamed "terrorists" for "a huge iceberg of misinformation" on the violence in Rakhine state but made no mention of the almost 125,000 Rohingya Muslims who have fled over the border to Bangladesh since Aug 25.

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  • Nurses suspended for opening body bag to admire dead man's genitals
Nurses suspended for opening body bag to admire dead man's genitals

The nurses were suspended for three weeks before being allowed to return to work. "The complainant, Risk Management for Denver Health, made a mandatory report". and referred the matter back to Denver Health to handle internally", says a rep for the Denver District Attorney's Office. At first, only two medical attendants were suspended, a repres...

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  • Mom donates over 1000 ounces of breast milk to Harvey victims
Mom donates over 1000 ounces of breast milk to Harvey victims

Altogether, Palmer donated a whopping 1,040 ounces of breast milk that was delivered to Texas in a cooler. Speaking at her home in Owensville, she told WSMV : "I can't imagine being in a situation where you're losing everything and just the fear of all of that".

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  • High fat diet may be key to longer life
High fat diet may be key to longer life

Analysts noted that it can raise the concentration of beta-hydroxybutyrate acid (BHB) in the body that improves memory . Ketones also serve as alternative metabolic fuels for the brain and heart. 'In humans, that would be seven to 10 years. The researchers also noted that the mice not only lived longer but they also retained quality of health in...

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  • Israeli leader seeks Red Cross help to save captive Israelis
Israeli leader seeks Red Cross help to save captive Israelis

Hamas is believed to be holding the remains of two Israeli soldiers killed in a 2014 war, and two Israeli civilians who wandered into Gaza. He is also expected to visit the West Bank and meet with Palestinian officials and Israel where he will meet with Israeli officials "to discuss various topics of concern to the ICRC", according to a press sta...

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  • Doctors' strike: Health minister directs hospital heads, NYSC members, to fill vacuum
Doctors' strike: Health minister directs hospital heads, NYSC members, to fill vacuum

The decision to suspend the strike was reached after several hours of meeting between the Minister of Labour and productivity, Chris Ngige and members from the Ministry of Health, as well as officials of the national association of resident doctors (NERD), in Abuja.

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  • Defiant Postecoglou sticking to plan A for Socceroos
Defiant Postecoglou sticking to plan A for Socceroos

The Saudis entered the last matchday in Asian qualifying tied with Australia with 16 points but with a superior goal difference. Australia's worst nightmare came true after Saudi Arabia's 1-0 win over Japan denied them direct qualification into the World Cup for the first time in over a decade.

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  • Solvang kidnapping suspect arrested in Las Vegas
Solvang kidnapping suspect arrested in Las Vegas

Hetzel kidnapped his former girlfriend Virginia Paris when she left work in Solvang, California, on Friday night and took off in her black Chrysler, the sheriff's office said. She then went to the bathroom and when she came out, she told a customer she needed help. Paris reportedly told a female customer she needed help, but Hetzel witnessed the ...

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  • California officials report 3 West Nile virus deaths
California officials report 3 West Nile virus deaths

Only California and Texas have reported more cases. The research article attempts to describe geographical and seasonal trends in West Nile virus through the use of acquired records of West Nile virus human and mosquito surveillance from 2002 to 2013.

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  • A new camera can see through the human body
A new camera can see through the human body

The camera that can see through the human body using light has been created to help physicians track medical tools called endoscopes , which are commonly used to examine patients' internal conditions. Prof Kev Dhaliwal, of the University of Edinburgh, said: "It has huge potential for diverse applications, such as the one described in this work"....

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  • Briton accused of sexually abusing blind children at Indian school
Briton accused of sexually abusing blind children at Indian school

In a preliminary probe, the police have reportedly found objectionable videos of children on his laptop. Ward is said to have been working for Sterlite Technology Limited in Gurgaon till April this year, reported The Indian Express . In February 2017, he had suffered a paralytic attack and since then, has been under treatment. They have also rec...

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  • Apple launches Beats Studio3 wireless headphones with Pure Adaptive Noise Cancelling feature
Apple launches Beats Studio3 wireless headphones with Pure Adaptive Noise Cancelling feature

The Beats Studio 3 Wireless headphones are available now for $349.95/£299.95, and feature Apple's W1 chip , which the company says will make switching between Apple devices via Bluetooth as seamless as possible. Pure ANC-off for low power mode provides up to 40 hours of battery life. And when they run out of juice, the headphones can be ...

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  • Is Zika virus the key to killing brain cancer cells?
Is Zika virus the key to killing brain cancer cells?

Louis and the University of California San Diego School of Medicine said Tuesday. While the Zika virus is incredibly damaging to infants in the womb, leading to microcephaly and other brain malformations in some babies, its effects on adult humans are generally far less severe, with cases of meningoencephalitis rare.

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  • Girl may have got malaria in hospital
Girl may have got malaria in hospital

Cases of malaria have drastically dropped in Italy since the late 1930s, and the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the country officially free of the disease by 1970. Two children were under therapy for malaria at the same health facility on the same days, and there were early speculations this could have played a role in the case.

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  • Stephen Hawking's alien-hunting mission 'hears 15 odd signals from distant galaxy'
Stephen Hawking's alien-hunting mission 'hears 15 odd signals from distant galaxy'

According to Breakthrough Listen , an initiative to find signs of intelligent life in the universe, 15 fast radio bursts were detected emanating from the "mysterious repeater" FRB 121102. The Breakthrough project does not beam signals onto space because it believes there's more to learn from simply listening. Over five hours of observation, he a...

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