• Larry Harvey's Cause Of Death: Burning Man Founder Dies At 70
Larry Harvey's Cause Of Death: Burning Man Founder Dies At 70

After he created the famous " Burning Man " around 70,000 people from around the world now flock to a dry lakebed 100 miles east of Reno every August for what has become a weeklong celebration. In spite of his apparent success he never gave up his tiny one-bedroom rent-controlled apartment in the Alamo Square section of San Francisco, where he li...

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  • More kids have autism
More kids have autism

Diagnoses of autism spectrum disorders have risen 15 percent in two years. Approximately 1.7% - or 1 in 59 - of 8-year-old kids in 11 diverse communities across the US could be identified as having autism in 2014, according to the report .

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  • Nick Chubb Drafted by Browns to Pair with Franchise QB Baker Mayfield
Nick Chubb Drafted by Browns to Pair with Franchise QB Baker Mayfield

Few people expected Mayfield to be at the top of the big board entering the offseason. The Browns now have their backfield of the future after making quarterback Baker Mayfield the No. "So for me, it's a simple choice to make the right decisions". "Like he said, we got him the year before, so he got us back though with the flag", Ward said.

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  • Tainted lettuce in US sickens 98
Tainted lettuce in US sickens 98

Although not one of those impacted by the break out has actually passed away, 10 clients established a harmful kind of kidney failure, the firm stated. coli sicknesses. King County has seen three cases, with two people hospitalized; Spokane County has had two cases, both in children under 10. Symptoms generally include diarrhoea, severe stomac...

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  • UPSC result 2017- Four candidates from Arunachal qualified, CM Congratulates
UPSC result 2017- Four candidates from Arunachal qualified, CM Congratulates

Among the top 25 candidates, 17 are men and eight women. A graduate in physics from Delhi University, Anu has an MBA from IMT Nagpur. The UPSC Civil Services 2018 Preliminary examination is scheduled for June 3rd, 2018 and the last date to apply for the 2018 exam was March 6th.

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  • Dark Chocolate Emerges as a Remedy for Stress, Inflammation
Dark Chocolate Emerges as a Remedy for Stress, Inflammation

It regulates cellular immune response, neural signalling, and sensory perception. Berk, who conducted both studies, unveiled the findings Tuesday at the annual meeting of Experimental Biology in San Diego, Calif. These show that when one consuming 70 percent cacao on a regular basis it can help in boosting the immune system of the body and can he...

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  • Tiger Woods makes HUGE announcement ahead of golf return
Tiger Woods makes HUGE announcement ahead of golf return

The course also played host to the 2017 PGA Championship, won by Justin Thomas . Tiger Woods, one of the most decorated golfers of all time, is expected to tee off in the Queen City next week, according to a report from NBC's Golf Central.

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  • Prince's family to sue hospital that treated opioid overdose before his death
Prince's family to sue hospital that treated opioid overdose before his death

About a week earlier, his plane made an emergency stop in Moline, Illinois, when he suffered from an opioid overdose and had to be revived by paramedics. "What happened to Prince is happening to families across America", attorney John Goetz said on behalf of the family. The source of those pills is unknown and no one has been charged over Prin...

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  • Bob Dorough of 'Schoolhouse Rock' is dead at 94
Bob Dorough of 'Schoolhouse Rock' is dead at 94

Singer, songwriter, pianist, and composer Bob Dorough may not have been born in Northeastern Pennsylvania, but he was well-known and well-loved in the many years he spent here. "I learned, when performing at elementary schools, that they were "getting through, ' so to speak, and the children would readily recognize my voice on such vocals as 'Thr...

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  • Emotional Leafs level series against Bruins after van attack
Emotional Leafs level series against Bruins after van attack

Leafs Lunch host Andi Petrillo with Gord Miller and Andy Chiodo discuss how the Leafs forced a Game 7 in their series with the Bruins and how they maintained their composure and played well in the third period. Toronto killed off its first penalty early in the third, and was then left fuming when David Backes elbowed Andersen in the mask, but was...

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  • Army destroys Boko Haram training camp in Borno, kill one insurgent
Army destroys Boko Haram training camp in Borno, kill one insurgent

The attack comes about three weeks after the Borno State Government sanctioned the return of internally displaced persons (IDPs) to the badly destroyed community which was reclaimed from the Boko Haram. A statement released by the Army Deputy Director of Public Relation Theatre Command Operation Lafiya Dole, Col. Onyema Nwachukwu said the informati...

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  • United States veteran receives world's first total penis, scrotum transplant
United States veteran receives world's first total penis, scrotum transplant

The recipient has requested anonymity, but released a brief statement saying he is expected to be released from the hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, next week following his March 26 operation. According to the Baltimore Sun , a transplant recipient who wishes to remain anonymous is now recovering at the hospital after a first of its kind proced...

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  • Authorities accepting unwanted medication on national drug collection day
Authorities accepting unwanted medication on national drug collection day

MSP's 30 posts will participate in the one-day "Take-Back" effort from 10 a.m.to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 28, by serving as drop-off points. Normally, officials say they collect approximately 1,500 pounds of unused or expired medications statewide.

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  • Murder suspect grandmother waives extradition to Florida, Minnesota
Murder suspect grandmother waives extradition to Florida, Minnesota

Riess was arrested in Texas. The Sea Ranch's manager says no one there recognized her. Minnesota authorities say Riess is suspected in the shooting death of David Riess, whose body was found at their home in Blooming Prairie, Minnesota, in late March.

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  • Spain's Marc Marquez cruises to sixth MotoGP win Texas
Spain's Marc Marquez cruises to sixth MotoGP win Texas

Marquez remained settled to the chequered flag to claim his first win of the season, with Vinales and Iannone completing the top three, the latter taking his first podium as a factory Suzuki rider. Behind him, there wasn't much action either. I crashed and had to take my second bike for the second run. After today's race, there's a reshuffle in t...

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  • Don't eat any romaine lettuce, CDC warns, as E. coli outbreak grows
Don't eat any romaine lettuce, CDC warns, as E. coli outbreak grows

The previous alerts just applied to sliced romaine on its own and as component of tossed salads & mixed greens. While the lettuce has been infected with E.Coli in the US - in an outbreak that has sent 31 people to hospital in recent weeks - no traces of the bacteria appears to have affected Canadian produce, the agency said .

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  • BJP releases third list for Karnataka polls, another Reddy brother gets ticket
BJP releases third list for Karnataka polls, another Reddy brother gets ticket

Notably, rebel Congress MLC Dinesh Pratap Singh and his brother Awadhesh Pratap Singh who is district panchayat chairman from Rae Bareli, joined the BJP on the occasion. Rae Bareli has remained a Congress stronghold decades. This time the BJP is out to test Rae Bareli's love for the Nehru-Gandhi family, now represented by UPA chairperson Sonia ...

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  • Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Boston Bruins, 4-21-2018 - Expert Prediction
Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Boston Bruins, 4-21-2018 - Expert Prediction

The Toronto Maple Leafs have made the postseason for the 2nd year in a row and for the 2nd year in a row, it looks as if they will exit in the first round. Andrew Cogliano scored the lone goal for the Ducks, who were outscored 16-4 in the series and swept for the first time since 1999 against Detroit. Jake Gardiner shared his view of Brad Marc...

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  • 'Lazy youths': Lamido 2019 campaign Coordinator lambasts Buhari
'Lazy youths': Lamido 2019 campaign Coordinator lambasts Buhari

He said it was bad enough that the president spoke in an global event where other nationalities were present, stressing that it was regrettable that the President would speak so of younger Nigerians who put their lives on the line to install the Buhari government.

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  • Coli Alert: CDC says throw out all chopped romaine lettuce
Coli Alert: CDC says throw out all chopped romaine lettuce

Restaurants and retailers should not serve or sell any chopped romaine lettuce, including salads and salad mixes containing chopped romaine lettuce, from the Yuma, Arizona growing region. The agency has not identified a common grower, supplier, distributor or brand. Women seem to be the most vulnerable to this infection, as 70 percent of cases repo...

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