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Collins, Isakson and Perdue push pro-life message during March for Life

Collins, Isakson and Perdue push pro-life message during March for Life

Back then, Texas only granted abortions if it was to save the woman's life. He praised Trump as "the most pro-life president in American history" and vowed, "With God's help, we will restore the...

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USS Fitzgerald to arrive in Pascagoula tomorrow

USS Fitzgerald to arrive in Pascagoula tomorrow

The two collisions resulted in the deaths of 17 sailors and severe damage to both Arleigh Burke-class destroyers. The Navy said the ship's commander at the time, Cmdr. The Navy did not identified thos...

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Supreme Court will decide on Trump's travel ban

Supreme Court will decide on Trump's travel ban

The Supreme Court can settle this issue with a clear ruling that must be respected nationwide. This is the third iteration of the so-called travel ban; similar orders from the administration als...

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When Bandit Queen Can Be Released, Why Not Padmaavat?

When Bandit Queen Can Be Released, Why Not Padmaavat?

The decision will surely shock the Karni Sena, the fringe group that has been protesting about the release of the movie, stating historical distortions, even though none of the members have even watch...

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HRMC urges public to take flu precautions

HRMC urges public to take flu precautions

The weekly report states 46 people across the province have died from the virus since the season started in October. This week, there were 105 people hospitalized for flu and related pneumonia...

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UK's Edmund into first Slam quarter

UK's Edmund into first Slam quarter

He will now play third seed Grigor Dimitrov , and should he win that then he would very likely have to beat Rafael Nadal and either Roger Federer or Novak Djokovic to lift the trophy. "He was playi...

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Doctors take a step forward in developing universal blood test for cancer

Doctors take a step forward in developing universal blood test for cancer

The sensitivity was 69% or higher for ovarian, liver, stomach, pancreatic, and oesophagal cancers - all types that are hard to detect early. "The use of a combination of selected biomarkers for earl...

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More Flu Cases This Year Compared To Last

More Flu Cases This Year Compared To Last

Throughout the United States, about 12 million people have been affected by the flu this season. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say nationwide, 10 pediatric deaths related to the ...

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To become president, survive poisoning, jump borders -Mnangagwa

To become president, survive poisoning, jump borders -Mnangagwa

The elections will be the first not involving Mugabe since Zimbabwe's independence from Britain in 1980. After coming to power as a result of the November military takeover, President Emmerson Mnan...

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Two more flu deaths reported in ND

Two more flu deaths reported in ND

The median age of these deaths was 81 years. According to the Department of Health, cases of influenza rose by 54 percent and new cases were diagnosed in all counties of the state over the past week...

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Jimmy John's stopping sprouts after 7 salmonella cases

Jimmy John's stopping sprouts after 7 salmonella cases

Jimmy Johns Friday did something it has done in the past after one or more of its sandwich franchises was linked to an outbreak of foodborne illnesses: It ordered sprouts temporarily off the menu at a...

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White House Physician: Trump's Cognitive Exam Came Back

White House Physician: Trump's Cognitive Exam Came Back "Normal"

Jackson has is not only the most qualified, but the only credible source when it comes to diagnosing any health concerns". The doctor adds that Trump would benefit "from a diet that is lower in f...

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Buhari Commissions AfDB Nigeria Country Office in Abuja

Buhari Commissions AfDB Nigeria Country Office in Abuja

The President of the African Development Bank ( www.AfDB.org ), Akinwumi Adesina, has made a compelling case for accelerating Africa's industrialization in order to create jobs, reduce poverty and pro...

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Australian Researchers Help Develop New Blood Test For Cancer

Australian Researchers Help Develop New Blood Test For Cancer

FRIDAY, Jan. 19, 2018 (HealthDay News) - A multi-analyte blood test, CancerSEEK, can detect eight common cancer types, with high sensitivity and specificity, according to a study published onl...

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White House Doctor Says Trump Is In 'Excellent' Physical, Cognitive Health

White House Doctor Says Trump Is In 'Excellent' Physical, Cognitive Health

Bush and Barack Obama in addition to Trump . "Our tests have discovered that the chemical used in his preferred shade of Just For Men, which is Burnt Marshmallow, has combined with the high leve...

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Central Texas VA health care will continue even if government shuts down

Central Texas VA health care will continue even if government shuts down

The House is scheduled to vote Thursday evening on a spending bill to keep the government open. On Wednesday, the bill's passage was not assured, as Democrats weighed the potential political risk of...

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NFC Championship predictions: Rounding up the experts' picks for Eagles-Vikings

NFC Championship predictions: Rounding up the experts' picks for Eagles-Vikings

But only four years ago, Jacksonville made the decision to use a top-three draft selection on Bortles - a decision that, until now, looked like a bust. But while Roseman is being lauded for building a...

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CHIP should not be included in stopgap bill

CHIP should not be included in stopgap bill

There are quotes from senators like John Kennedy (R-LA) admitting they see it as a leverage tool, but on a deeper level, it appears their true concern is that CHIP serves higher income people than p...

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CHAN: Nigeria beat Libya to keep qualification hopes alive

CHAN: Nigeria beat Libya to keep qualification hopes alive

Nigeria temporarily move to the top of Group C with four points from two games, while awaiting the result of the tie between Rwanda and Equatorial Guinea . But Shooting Stars forward, Faleye became...

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Scientists Now Think 'Adolescence' Should Last Until Age 24

Scientists Now Think 'Adolescence' Should Last Until Age 24

However another expert said doing so risks "further infantilizing young people". Puberty is considered to start when the part of the brain known as the hypothalamus starts releasing a hormone that a...

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Take the cognitive test Trump aced

Take the cognitive test Trump aced

Jackson". "I've got to know him pretty well". The US president's physical and mental wellbeing were put to an official exam this week, with the results made public yesterday. Dr Jackson said in ...

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Drought forces Cape Town to the brink of 'Day Zero'

Drought forces Cape Town to the brink of 'Day Zero'

With less than 100 days worth of water in its reservoirs, Cape Town is swiftly moving towards what is being dubbed as "Day Zero" - the day the taps run dry. Despite the seeming urgency of Cape Town...

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Hot air: Study finds bikram no healthier than other yoga

Hot air: Study finds bikram no healthier than other yoga

But the question remained about whether this was sparked by the high-temperature environment of Bikram, or whether it might also happen among those performing yoga in normal temperatures. In the end, ...

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What's Next for DACA after Court's Decision

What's Next for DACA after Court's Decision

Alsup's decision does not require officials to accept new applications for DACA status. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news. The department says it will take "the rare step" la...

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Blue chip index Dow Jones Industrial Average hit new records

Blue chip index Dow Jones Industrial Average hit new records

Time will tell today. Around the region, MSCI's Asia ex-Japan stock index was weaker by 0.07 per cent while Japan's Nikkei 225 index closed down 0.35 per cent at 23,868.34. company earnings at the f...

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