• Protesters condemn Richard Spencer outside MSU Pavilion
Protesters condemn Richard Spencer outside MSU Pavilion

At least 100 police officers appeared to be on the scene in riot gear. Fights broke out at the protests outside and more than 20 people were arrested on various charges. Cameron Padgett, who organizes speaking appearances for Spencer, sued MSU in September for denying his request to rent space on campus for the event.

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  • Negotiations begin: PPP contacts group of independent senators
Negotiations begin: PPP contacts group of independent senators

Some observers project as much as a 37 seat haul which would fuel momentum for Shahbaz as the PML-N seeks another term in government in the lower house general elections in July. Senator-elect Sadiq Sanjrani who is considered close to the PPP leadership, said that the senators from Balochistan will meet all political parties and demand that the t...

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  • Seahawks Trade Defensive End Michael Bennett To Eagles
Seahawks Trade Defensive End Michael Bennett To Eagles

In 2017 the 32-year-old had 8.5 sacks and reached his third Pro Bowl . Carroll suggested at his season-ending presser that the non-football issues may have impacted Bennett's play. You love the players that you played with. Given his ability to move inside and play defensive tackle, Bennett was arguably one of the best values in football.

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  • CDC: Increases in Opioid-Involved Overdoses in All Five US Regions
CDC: Increases in Opioid-Involved Overdoses in All Five US Regions

The number of visits rose 30 percent across the country from July 2016 to September 2017. The increases were prevalent in both men and women of all age groups in all regions, according to the report . Adams stressed the importance of preventing opioid misuse by improving safe prescribing practices and helping patients understand the benefits o...

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  • Five More Seasonal Flu Deaths
Five More Seasonal Flu Deaths

Meanwhile, information reported by doctor's offices and hospitals indicated the number of new cases continued declining. In January, a Fremont County child died from the flu, the first pediatric flu death in the state. The flu season peaked nationwide in mid-February, with 7.4 percent of medical visits attributed to the flu, making it the worst f...

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  • E-cigarettes expose teens to cancer-causing chemicals
E-cigarettes expose teens to cancer-causing chemicals

The two types of cigarette utilize caused the nearness of considerably more elevated amounts of perilous chemicals in the clients' bodies, including acrylonitrile, acrolein , propylene oxide, acrylamide and crotonaldehyde, the group announced.

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  • A New Study Shows ER Visits for Overdoses Are Skyrocketing
A New Study Shows ER Visits for Overdoses Are Skyrocketing

A report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds DE hospitals have seen a more than 100 percent increase in suspected opioid overdoses. "Yep", he said. "We see a little of everything". MPD Chief Mike Koval addresses human trafficking, opioid crisis in MadisonMadison Police Department chief Mike Koval took a step away from h...

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  • South Africa's Tiger Brands recalls products after listeria confirmed
South Africa's Tiger Brands recalls products after listeria confirmed

Tiger Brands said it had suspended operations at both Enterprise manufacturing facilities in Polokwane and Germiston. Unexpectedly, Polokwane signifies "Place of Safety". One of the reasons the department could not respond fast enough is that Listeriosis was not considered a "notifiable" disease, meaning that as its picked up during tests on pati...

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  • Kenyatta National Hospital boss suspended
Kenyatta National Hospital boss suspended

The hospital's management said it had also interdicted a ward nurse, theatre receiving nurse, and an anesthetist who are believed to must have played a role in the mishap. "I have directed the board that the CEO of this organisation, with the colleague responsible for clinical matters of this hospital, are sent on compulsory leave forthwith and in ...

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  • Kushner Business Reportedly Got Big Loans After White House Meetings
Kushner Business Reportedly Got Big Loans After White House Meetings

Harris met with Kushner multiple times to discuss infrastructure policy, but they also spoke about Harris possibly getting a job with the administration, which never happened. has been a customer with the bank since 2010. Jared Kushner's family real estate business secured two bog loans after a White House meeting with bank executives.

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  • Toxic Metals Found in E-Cigarette Vapors
Toxic Metals Found in E-Cigarette Vapors

A "significant" number of devices produced aerosols with potentially unsafe levels of lead, chromium, manganese and/or nickel, the researchers found. Aerosol metal concentrations were highest for e-cigarette users with more frequently changed coils.

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  • NY joins three other states to create gun-tracking database
NY joins three other states to create gun-tracking database

While the governors noted that all four states have some of the more restrictive gun laws in the country, there are proposals to enact additional measures following the recent mass shootings. "So it has devolved to the states, now for over 20 years, and our thought is perhaps if we can do it in a coordinated way, the more of us at it, hopefully t...

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  • Bank halts NRA credit card, auto rental firm ends discount
Bank halts NRA credit card, auto rental firm ends discount

But because they follow similar announcements by vehicle rental giants Avis , Hertz and Enterprise, the Best Western hotel chain, the global insurance company MetLife , and more than a dozen other corporations that used to contract, partner or otherwise affiliate with the NRA , the airline's move is the latest victory for the #BoycottNRA move...

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  • Juncker urges European Union leaders to agree post-Brexit budget earlier
Juncker urges European Union leaders to agree post-Brexit budget earlier

Full details of the negotiating position have not been revealed but comments by one minister suggested a compromise had been reached between the two factions. The vehicle sector is key because of its sensitivity to regulation and cross-border trade. It is set to roll out a campaign across the U.K.in coming weeks.

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  • Child dies of flu; 2nd this season in Mississippi
Child dies of flu; 2nd this season in Mississippi

Merkel, Public Health Coordinator for the Monmouth County Department of Health, said. That's up from 195 from the previous week . This year's flu vaccine is estimated to be only 25 per cent effective against that type. "Prevention remains the best way to stop the spread of the flu, so get vaccinated if you haven't already, stay home if you a...

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  • New US sanctions target virtually all ships North Korea is using: Mnuchin
New US sanctions target virtually all ships North Korea is using: Mnuchin

Guterres noted improved relations between North Korea and South Korea at the Winter Olympics in recent weeks. The new USA sanctions were announced while Trump's daughter, Ivanka, is visiting South Korea. He emphasized how the new measures will severely cut down on North Korea's illicit shipping activities. "We are aggressively targeting [No...

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  • Over 335 dead as Syrian regime shelling continues on Eastern Ghouta
Over 335 dead as Syrian regime shelling continues on Eastern Ghouta

Dzhabarov noted that the Americans are doing their utmost to oust Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and plunge that country into chaos. Meanwhile, Russia's UN Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia said that a 30-day ceasefire is unrealistic and hard to enforce.

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  • Court rejects plea to send AAP MLAs to police custody
Court rejects plea to send AAP MLAs to police custody

The court needs time for perusal of the same. The court is scheduled to hear their bail pleas on Thursday. The Chief Secretary paid a visit to the Prime Minister's Office on Wednesday evening, but did not brief on what transpired in the meeting at the PMO.

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  • United States health officials reverse stance on AstraZeneca's influenza vaccine
United States health officials reverse stance on AstraZeneca's influenza vaccine

The advisory committee that decides which vaccines are available on the USA market agreed. The advisory committee voted 12-2 Wednesday to approve and recommend the nasal spray for the next flu season. According to an NBC News report, some ACIP members are anxious that an ineffective FluMist will hurt public perceptions, but others argue tha...

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  • Former Schoolteacher Flips Kentucky GOP Seat Trump Carried By 49 Points
Former Schoolteacher Flips Kentucky GOP Seat Trump Carried By 49 Points

She won more than 68 percent of the vote in the special election. Ben Self, the chairman of the Kentucky Democratic Party, said in a statement that Belcher's blowout victory "is a great indication of the wave of excitement felt by Democrats throughout the state of Kentucky".

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