• Plainfield Pair Charged Following Murder-For-Hire Investigation
Plainfield Pair Charged Following Murder-For-Hire Investigation

Pauline Chase and Maurice Temple were ordered Friday not to have any contact with each other. Authorities said that Maurice was in the room when Chase gave the man about $5,000 cash as a "down payment" for killing Jean, who was later identified as being Chase's daughter-in-law, although it's unclear whether she is still married to Maurice.

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  • McCain, fighting cancer, kills health bill
McCain, fighting cancer, kills health bill

The longtime Arizona senator stunned pretty much everyone Friday by turning on his party and his president and joining two other GOP senators in voting "no" on the Republicans' final effort to repeal " Obamacare ". Schumer called that approach "sabotage", and said he hopes Republicans in the House and Senate "will turn a deaf ear on that". ...

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  • Crusaders best Chiefs to qualify for Super Rugby grand final
Crusaders best Chiefs to qualify for Super Rugby grand final

The second semi-final, between the Golden Lions and Wellington Hurricanes, will be played in Johannesburg later Saturday. "We didn't have the ball much in that first half and the boys were definitely blowing", Crusaders skipper Sam Whitelock said.

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  • Doctor delivers baby while in labor
Doctor delivers baby while in labor

A pregnant doctor who was about to give birth put her own labor on hold to deliver another woman's baby. This week, an obstetrician-gynecologist found herself jumping into action on the day she was a patient at the hospital. Her own contractions were just minutes away from starting. "So, in her own words, she "put another gown on to cover my ...

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  • Charlie Gard: The public battle and 'raw' personal grief
Charlie Gard: The public battle and 'raw' personal grief

Gard's parents fought a five-month legal battle for him to be taken to the United States for experimental treatment. British Prime Minister Theresa May has expressed her sorrow at the death of a terminally ill 11-month-old baby whose court battle to seek experimental medical treatment in the United States caught the attention of the world.

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  • Faith in ride safety at Crawford County Fair high
Faith in ride safety at Crawford County Fair high

Both rides were scheduled to appear at the Greater Gulf State Fair, which runs October 27 through November 5, according to Josh Woods, Executive Director at The Grounds. The Freak Out ride now on our midway has undergone extensive inspections today, and has been given approval by the ride's manufacturer, by North American Midway Entertainment a...

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  • Makarfi Proposes Bot Takeover During PDP Leadership Crisis
Makarfi Proposes Bot Takeover During PDP Leadership Crisis

He assured party members and supporters that party's caretaker committee chairman is well. A statement by the spokesman of the PDP, Dayo Adeyeye, however, maintained that Makarfi and others traveling with him in the vehicle escaped unhurt.

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  • Mosquito traps in Canyon County test positive for West Nile
Mosquito traps in Canyon County test positive for West Nile

For the second time this year, the West Nile virus has been detected in mosquitoes in western MA, most recently in East Longmeadow. Mosquitoes with West Nile have been found in several counties around the state, including Ada, Canyon and Gem counties.

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  • Dow hits a new high as USA stocks close mostly lower
Dow hits a new high as USA stocks close mostly lower

The Dow rose 250.24 points, or 1.2 percent. The Dow gained 33.76 (+0.15 percent) to finish at 21,830.31. Still, the S&P technology sector remains the best performing sector as investors look for growth in an otherwise low-growth environment.

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  • N. Korea Launches Ballistic Missile Into Japanese Waters
N. Korea Launches Ballistic Missile Into Japanese Waters

The Pentagon confirmed that it identified a missile launch from North Korean territory and that USA intelligence's initial estimate is that the rocket was a ballistic missile. Seoul and Washington are now analyzing what type of missile it was and how long it flew, the military said. This is the 12th missile launch of 2017, including Pyongya...

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  • Charlie Gard è morto. Staccata la spina, è deceduto in un hospice
Charlie Gard è morto. Staccata la spina, è deceduto in un hospice

In una commossa dichiarazione rilasciata questa sera, la signora Yates ha detto: "Il nostro bellissimo bambino è andato via, siamo orgogliosi di te Charlie! ". Il cordoglio e la preghiera di Papa Francesco: "Lo affido al Santo Padre e prego per i genitori ". Il bambino di 11 mesi era affetto da una rara patologia, depressione del Dna mitocondrial...

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  • Cascade Investment Advisors Inc. Decreases Stake in Omnicom Group Inc. (NYSE:OMC)
Cascade Investment Advisors Inc. Decreases Stake in Omnicom Group Inc. (NYSE:OMC)

Royal Bank Of Canada restated a "buy" rating and set a $101.00 price objective on shares of Omnicom Group in a research note on Tuesday, April 11th. Two research analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, ten have issued a hold rating and two have assigned a buy rating to the stock.

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  • Judge Rescinds Offer of Reduced Sentences for Vasectomies
Judge Rescinds Offer of Reduced Sentences for Vasectomies

The program provided 30 days' credit toward jail time for men who agreed to free vasectomies in White County and for women who agreed to receive free Nexplanon implants, which are meant to prevent pregnancies for up to four years. Back in May, Benningfield signed off on a standing order allowing inmates to get 30 days' credit toward jail time if th...

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  • Lincoln National Corp Acquires 126 Shares of US Bancorp (NYSE:USB)
Lincoln National Corp Acquires 126 Shares of US Bancorp (NYSE:USB)

On the other side of RSI values, an RSI reading of 30 or below is commonly interpreted as indicating an oversold or undervalued condition that may signal a trend change or corrective price reversal to the upside. Hudock Capital Group Incorporated Limited has 0.11% invested in U.S. Bancorp (NYSE:USB). Stockholders of record on Friday, June 30th were...

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  • McDonald's Corporation (MCD) to Issue $0.94 Quarterly Dividend
McDonald's Corporation (MCD) to Issue $0.94 Quarterly Dividend

About 3.53 million shares traded or 16.50% up from the average. McDonald's Corporation (NYSE: MCD ) has risen 18.25% since July 28, 2016 and is uptrending. More notable recent McDonald's Corporation (NYSE:MCD) news were published by: Seekingalpha.com which released: "McDonald's Is Not Expensive At $155" on July 17, 2017, also Seekingalpha.com w...

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  • High consumption of sugary food and drink linked to poor mental health
High consumption of sugary food and drink linked to poor mental health

The only thing that could would be a randomized controlled study , which would be unethical to perform knowing the links between sugar and other health consequences, Knuppel says. Participants were placed into three groups according to their daily sugar intake. "Sweet food has been found to induce positive feelings in the short-term", Knüppel ad...

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  • U.S. plans to curb nicotine in tobacco
U.S. plans to curb nicotine in tobacco

The policy announced on Friday has a goal of cutting back on nicotine levels in order to discourage addiction and lower the number of United States smokers. The agency also announced plans to delay a policy that requires makers of e-cigarettes, or electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), to get agency approval for their products.

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  • 3YO 'accidentally' runs in 2YO race at Yarmouth, wins accordingly
3YO 'accidentally' runs in 2YO race at Yarmouth, wins accordingly

Despite the case of mistaken identity, the result will stand, with some bookmakers even paying out on the second-placed runner as well as " Mandarin Princess ". John Mear, owner of Millie's Kiss said: "I feel desperately sad for Charlie, he must be going through hell". "It's nothing untoward. He's just made a genuine mistake".

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  • DNA Samples Show Biblical Canaanites Escaped Extermination
DNA Samples Show Biblical Canaanites Escaped Extermination

Even with the strong connection between ancient Canaanites and modern-day Lebanese, the fact that no "pure" Canaanite individual seems to survive today could be considered as "killing off" the ancestry. Perhaps there was a Biblical war that ancient DNA simply can not see. Haber said the team overcame the climate's challenge by taking samples fr...

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  • Stem Cells in the Brain Control Aging Speed
Stem Cells in the Brain Control Aging Speed

The team were able to extend the lifespan of mice by 20%, by altering a molecular pathway within the hypothalamus. There is hope that this breakthrough will pave the way for new strategies that delay or prevent diseases related to the aging process.

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