• Up to 1500 businesses have missed deadline on gender pay gap reporting
Up to 1500 businesses have missed deadline on gender pay gap reporting

Media captionGender pay gap: What do women think? The figures reveal a chasm between men and the women, with women earning, on average, around 14.47% less than their male colleagues across the United Kingdom game industry, according to calculations made by GI Biz .

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  • Black panther becomes 4th highest gross-income movie
Black panther becomes 4th highest gross-income movie

Black Panther's box office success continues as the film became the fourth highest-grossing film domestically, besting Jurassic World's $652.3 million with a domestic tally of $652.5 million. Black Panther has reached another milestone over the course of its weeks-long run in theaters. With its black superhero, black director, and predomina...

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  • Arun Jaitley to undergo kidney transplant
Arun Jaitley to undergo kidney transplant

Meanwhile, PTI quoted sources as saying that depending on doctors' advice, Jaitley might be admitted to the Cardio-Neuro Tower at AIIMS . According to a report , the doctors have advised the minister not to go out in public because of the infection.

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  • Body found in Atlanta river identified as missing CDC scientist
Body found in Atlanta river identified as missing CDC scientist

Stafford says the body was partially submerged in water and mud on the west bank of the Chattahoochee River. Police say Cunningham's body has been found. Timothy Cunnigham, a commander in the Public Health Service and an epidemiologist at the CDC who worked in public health emergencies like the Zika and Ebola crises, had disappeared on February 1...

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  • Police investigate reports of
Police investigate reports of "zombie" raccoons in Ohio

The man thought that something was wrong with the raccoon, as it was out in the broad daylight. What came next confirmed that. The raccoons were seen popping up onto their hind legs, baring their teeth, and then falling over in a comatose state.

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  • Saudi forces say intercept Houthi missile over Najran
Saudi forces say intercept Houthi missile over Najran

On March 8, the coalition airstrikes hit a farm and a popular market in Hodeidah, also killing eight, local officials and residents said . Millions of Yemenis are said to be in need of humanitarian aid after finding themselves in the cross-fire of the conflict.

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  • FDA Issues First Mandatory Recall for Food Product
FDA Issues First Mandatory Recall for Food Product

Kratom, which grows naturally in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea, is often used to ease opioid withdrawal and was already under fire at the FDA. The FDA issued a recall request March 30. Other companies have voluntarily recalled their kratom products. In 2010, Congress gave the FDA the power to order mandatory recalls as par...

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  • 4 killed in Marine helicopter crash in California
4 killed in Marine helicopter crash in California

Wharton said the REACH crew landed safely at the scene of the crash , but they did not transport any of the four crew members aboard the CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter from 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing. The crash occurred at approximately 2:35 p.m., the statement said. Four U.S. Marines are presumed dead following yet another tragic incident ...

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  • Oklahoma teachers pack Capitol building to full capacity
Oklahoma teachers pack Capitol building to full capacity

The state's largest teachers union has demanded a $10,000 pay raise for educators over three years, $5,000 for support personnel and a $75 million increase in funding this year. "We're here for luxuries and opportunities that other states get to take for granted". "We are all products of public schools, and we are proud of public education", she ...

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  • Youngsters harvest almost 14000 Easter eggs at Winnetka Park District hunt
Youngsters harvest almost 14000 Easter eggs at Winnetka Park District hunt

There were 48 gold eggs and each child who found one won a prize. The Easter egg hunt was free, but the students collected cans of food for the Yellowjacket Emergency Pantry, which provides for students in need. There will also be two gold eggs, which will be worth a $25 prize. While explosives teams and Easter eggs may be an unlikely combinati...

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  • What Happened When Grindr Was Caught Sharing Its Users' HIV Status
What Happened When Grindr Was Caught Sharing Its Users' HIV Status

Bryan Dunn who is the vice president of product at Localytics responded in a statement to the matter, explaining that his firm doesn't "automatically collect" a user's personal information. Bryce Case , CSO at the app said he felt Grindr was being "singled out" in light of the recent Cambridge Analytica furore. Given that Grindr boasts 3.6 ...

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  • Swede Lindberg wins ANA Inspiration in major upset
Swede Lindberg wins ANA Inspiration in major upset

Last year, the major ended in dramatic fashion with a one-hole playoff between Lexi Thompson and Ryu-So-Yeon. "I'm seeing the lines, I'm starting it great, and I just feel really confident with the putter in my hand". She hit it on the left side of the green, leaving herself a hard two-putt. I hit a couple putts short. "I probably had a couple of...

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  • At least 15 dead in Boko Haram attack
At least 15 dead in Boko Haram attack

It was not immediately clear if the casualty figures accounted only for civilians or included the jihadists and soldiers as well. A local militia leader Ba'Kura Abba Ali supporting the military said the militants were trying to enter Maiduguri which is at the centre of the epicentre, according to AFP.

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  • Moronic condom-snorting challenge takes over social media
Moronic condom-snorting challenge takes over social media

A number of clips emerging on YouTube show kids choking as they attempt to replicate the trend. Move over Tide Pods: another idiotic challenge is gaining popularity online. Google Trends shows a sharp spike in the search term "condom snorting " in late March, with a hundred searches in the past week. The freakish challenge has been around ...

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  • At Least 1 Dead and 38 Ill From Synthetic Weed in IL
At Least 1 Dead and 38 Ill From Synthetic Weed in IL

The health department says the victim is the 38th person in IL to become ill in recent weeks after using what is called K2, Spice or fake weed . However, three of those hospitalized in the outbreak tested positive for rat poison, so it's safe to speculate the ingredients aren't exactly kosher.

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  • Rebel group surrenders, Syrian state media claim
Rebel group surrenders, Syrian state media claim

The officials say the plans have been under discussion for several days and were first considered before President Donald Trump's remarks last Thursday that the USA would " be coming out of Syria like very soon ". Fighters from the Jaish al-Islam group will leave Douma to north Syria, possibly to the city of Jarablus, controlled by Turkish-backed...

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  • World Autism Awareness Week observed across the globe
World Autism Awareness Week observed across the globe

It develops at the early stage of child life and management is the only option so far. World Autism Awareness Day 2018: You Doubt Your Child Could Have Autism? These discussions will scrutinise the challenges faced by women and girls with autism in the aforementioned context.

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  • Megachurch Pastor Bilked Investors Out of More Than $1M
Megachurch Pastor Bilked Investors Out of More Than $1M

Kirbyjon Caldwell, 64, senior leader in the Windsor Village United Methodist Church in Houston, among many nation's greatest Greek churches together with roughly 17,000 associates, faces cable fraud and money laundering charges in connection with the selling of historical bonds to predominantly older traders.

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  • Synthetic cannabinoids usage linked several bleeding issues
Synthetic cannabinoids usage linked several bleeding issues

As of March 30, 2018, IDPH has received reports of 32 cases linked to an outbreak, since March 7, 2018; cases report using synthetic cannabinoid products before suffering from severe bleeding. Officials warn that while most of the bleeding has been in the Chicago area, the tainted synthetic pot may have spread throughout the state. IDPH said they...

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  • Paine suffers hairline fracture on thumb
Paine suffers hairline fracture on thumb

With so much time left in the test, a declaration at that point would make South Africa heavy favourites to win or secure a draw at the very least. New captain Paine made 62 with Australia struggling in the series decider, and played through the pain of a fractured thumb sustained while he was wicket-keeping the day before.

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