Some Counter Protesters Scuffle With Police Following 'Free Speech Rally'

ACLU Massachusetts reported on Twitter that counter protesters outnumbered the "free speech" rally protesters by "thousands". Most of the arrests were for disorderly conduct, but a few individuals were arrested for assaulting police officers, he a... More..

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Patriots fear Rivers will miss season with knee injury
by | Saturday, August 19, 2017

Patriots fear Rivers will miss season with knee injury

The team traded for Kony Ealy during the off-season, who has shown flashes of great potential during his tenure with the Carolina Panthers. The specific nature of Rivers' injury remains unknown. New England...More..

Yemen people's suffering relentlessly intensified: United Nations official
by | Saturday, August 19, 2017

Yemen people's suffering relentlessly intensified: United Nations official

Saudi officials have privately urged the U.N.to engage in further high level discussions before publishing the report . The United Nations has worked to avert attacks on Hodeidah port, where around 80 percen...More..

Blue Whale game: NCPCR asks parents, teacher to be vigilant
by | Friday, August 18, 2017

Blue Whale game: NCPCR asks parents, teacher to be vigilant

Any violations of government instructions of removing all links which direct users to the risky online game "The Blue Whale Challenge " will be dealt with strictly, Union Electronics and Information Technology...More..

Fatal Teen Drug Overdoses Have Doubled in 15 Years
by | Friday, August 18, 2017

Fatal Teen Drug Overdoses Have Doubled in 15 Years

Heroin was the leading cause of overdose death, a result of the country's growing opioid epidemic . In 2015, 772 drug overdose deaths were reported for the 15- to 19-year-old age group, as CNN points ou...More..

Massive landslide kills 46 in northern India
by | Monday, August 14, 2017

Massive landslide kills 46 in northern India

An HRTC bus and a 4 storied house have been buried. "Three vehicles were stranded after the landslide ". While one of the buses was on its way from Chamba to Manali with at least 45 passengers on board, the ...More..

People are dying after getting these weight-loss implants
by | Sunday, August 13, 2017

People are dying after getting these weight-loss implants

Used to treat obesity , the balloon is inserted into the stomach and filled with liquid to partially fill the stomach so that patients will achieve fullness eating less food. The FDA said it is not clear w...More..

Edible-looking 100-year-old fruitcake recovered in Antarctica
by | Saturday, August 12, 2017

Edible-looking 100-year-old fruitcake recovered in Antarctica

The Antarctic Heritage Trust found a almost edible 100-year-old fruitcake in the oldest building in Antarctica , according to reports Thursday. Images of the fruitcake, as well as details about it and the re...More..

Supermarket Egg Sandwiches And Salads Are Being Recalled Over A Contamination Scare
by | Friday, August 11, 2017

Supermarket Egg Sandwiches And Salads Are Being Recalled Over A Contamination Scare

Dozens of producers in Belgium and the Netherlands are being investigated for eggs containing Fipronil , which is risky to human health though no cases have been reported of people falling sick. "It is a m...More..

Pakistan's saviour of lepers Dr Ruth Pfau passes away
by | Friday, August 11, 2017

Pakistan's saviour of lepers Dr Ruth Pfau passes away

Homage began pouring in from the Pakistani authorities soon after the announcement of her death. She studied medicine in Germany in the 1950s and joined the Daughters of the Heart of Mary before leaving for I...More..

Marijuana increases cardiovascular risks by nearly 300 percent, reveals new study
by | Friday, August 11, 2017

Marijuana increases cardiovascular risks by nearly 300 percent, reveals new study

The study observed 1,200 participants over 20 years, finding that subjects who reported using marijuana were more at risk. The findings, from a study of some 1,200 people, could have implications in the Unit...More..

Amazon acquires movie starring Cate Blanchett as Lucille Ball
by | Wednesday, August 09, 2017

Amazon acquires movie starring Cate Blanchett as Lucille Ball

I don't know who the flawless screenwriter for a project like this would be, but it strikes me that Sorkin probably isn't that person. Cate Blanchett will play the iconic USA comedienne and producer, reported...More..

Buyers beware of fake eclipse glasses
by | Wednesday, August 09, 2017

Buyers beware of fake eclipse glasses

A very special part of the show relates, in a very human way, what happens when you are caught in the shadow of the Moon and the Sun is plunged into a total solar eclipse . MacTavish says to look for the follo...More..

by | Monday, August 07, 2017

United Nations security council to bring fresh sanctions against North Korea over missiles

Even as the top U.S. diplomat seeks to ratchet up the pressure, he threw an olive branch to North Korea during remarks to the press on Tuesday: "We hope that at some point, they will begin to understand that an...More..

Sanctions, talks important for N. Korean nuclear issue: China
by | Monday, August 07, 2017

Sanctions, talks important for N. Korean nuclear issue: China

Diplomatic sources said Lavrov agreed with his interlocutor on the need to bring DPRK to suspend its ballistic missile tests, but also told him that either Russian Federation or China are demanding the United...More..

FDA preparing to cut nicotine levels in cigarettes
by | Monday, August 07, 2017

FDA preparing to cut nicotine levels in cigarettes

In addition, the United States agency said it will consider whether and how to exempt premium cigars from regulation and whether to ban menthol and other flavors in cigarettes , factors known as a leading dr...More..

Heatwaves in Europe 'may kill 1.5L each yr'
by | Sunday, August 06, 2017

Heatwaves in Europe 'may kill 1.5L each yr'

Climate change will be the dominant driver of these disasters, CNN said quoting the report. A substantial rise in deaths from coastal flooding, from six victims a year from the start of the century to 233 by...More..

Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday
by | Saturday, August 05, 2017

Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday

Normally, Iowa's sales tax rate is 6 percent. The sales tax holiday does not apply to vehicle purchases, restaurant orders, hotel occupancy, leases or rentals of tangiple personal property, fix work, or adm...More..

Disney hiring Florida residents for work-from-home positions
by | Thursday, August 03, 2017

Disney hiring Florida residents for work-from-home positions

The positions are available to residents in Florida, Georgia, Texas, Nevada, North Carolina, and SC. But Disney stressed that the primary responsibility for Cast Members in these roles is "Creating Magical Mo...More..

Breastfeeding: Nigeria, four others lose $119bn annually
by | Thursday, August 03, 2017

Breastfeeding: Nigeria, four others lose $119bn annually

Dr Baseer pointed out one major challenge and that is role of healthcare providers in prescribing and promoting indiscriminate sale and use of breast milk substitute and formula milk which is a major threat to ...More..

Here's the scary reason why you should never eat birthday cake
by | Thursday, August 03, 2017

Here's the scary reason why you should never eat birthday cake

On average, blowing out candles resulted in 15 times more bacteria on the icing than when candles were not blown out. Paul Dawson, co-author of the study, told The Atlantic: "It's not a big health concern i...More..

Power closes in on IndyCar leaders
by | Wednesday, August 02, 2017

Power closes in on IndyCar leaders

Other than a late-race restart, Newgarden, 26, easily held leads over the field of three seconds or better. Newgarden led 73 of the 90 laps on the 2.258-mile course to finish 5.156 seconds ahead of Team Pens...More..

Terminally-ill British baby Charlie Gard dies
by | Sunday, July 30, 2017

Terminally-ill British baby Charlie Gard dies

The Vatican-owned Bambino Gesu children's hospital had offered to transfer Charlie to Rome for treatment, which the pope said should be provided "until the end", as his parents wished. They lost a series of app...More..

Terminally-ill Charlie to spend final days in a hospice, court hears
by | Friday, July 28, 2017

Terminally-ill Charlie to spend final days in a hospice, court hears

If your dad or grandmother is dying of cancer or lung disease and they are in pain, can not breathe without distress or can not do anything but moan and suffer, then many would say the time has come to stop med...More..

Foxconn will choose Wisconsin
by | Friday, July 28, 2017

Foxconn will choose Wisconsin

Foxconn intends to build a manufacturing plant in southeastern Wisconsin that will make liquid-crystal-display screens, the type used in everything from computers to vehicle dash panels. He has made several ...More..

Bitcoin fraud suspect Vinnik charged by USA grand jury
by | Friday, July 28, 2017

Bitcoin fraud suspect Vinnik charged by USA grand jury

Get exclusive analysis of bitcoin and learn from our trading tutorials. In just under three years, almost 630,000 BTC had been stolen from MtGox by a hacker - this major hack is suspected to have been in conn...More..

Transgender Marine veteran disagrees with Trump's military ban
by | Friday, July 28, 2017

Transgender Marine veteran disagrees with Trump's military ban

President Trump's action reverses the policy set down by the Obama administration. After the tweet from the president Wednesday, many people were very vocal about his stance. Reaction to the policy change w...More..

Alcohol boosts recall of earlier learning
by | Friday, July 28, 2017

Alcohol boosts recall of earlier learning

The next day, both groups would return to do another word learning task. The researchers don't think that alcohol improves memory - in fact, just the opposite: because alcohol makes it hard to retain new in...More..

HIV cases highest since 1984
by | Wednesday, July 26, 2017

HIV cases highest since 1984

After eight and a half years of no treatment, they still have shown no signs of the virus. HIV , which is known to affect more than 36.7 million people worldwide , is one of the deadliest viruses around tod...More..

Sale blanks Angels for 6 innings in Boston's 6-2 win
by | Monday, July 24, 2017

Sale blanks Angels for 6 innings in Boston's 6-2 win

It marked Sale's 200th strikeout of the season in his 20th start, putting the ace lefty in a class with Nolan Ryan, Randy Johnson and Pedro Martinez - Hall of Famers all - as the only pitchers to fan that m...More..

Charlie Gard: Parents face 'backlash' over hospital threats
by | Monday, July 24, 2017

Charlie Gard: Parents face 'backlash' over hospital threats

The most recent scans of Charlie's brain, which were presented as "sad reading" in a pre-court hearing before his parents were even apprised of the results, caused another courtroom outburst from Gard: "I'm...More..

United Nations meeting urged as clashes continue in Jerusalem and West Bank
by | Monday, July 24, 2017

United Nations meeting urged as clashes continue in Jerusalem and West Bank

Israeli security forces shot three demonstrators dead on Friday, Palestinian medics said. Earlier this week, Israel closed the mosque to Palestinians for Friday prayers for the second time since Israel occupi...More..

by | Sunday, July 23, 2017

McIlroy wastes fast start, rues 'opportunity lost' at Open

First it was Jordan Spieth making a statement, carding a 5-under-par 65 and doing it with a determined look on his face that screamed, "I mean business". Spieth said he spent the morning before his second round...More..

Firefighters save dog using specialized mask
by | Saturday, July 22, 2017

Firefighters save dog using specialized mask

He had "semi-agonal respirations" - which means he was having trouble getting air into his lungs and was drawing shallow breaths, which the video clearly shows. They found "Jack" unresponsive, inside the burnin...More..

United Kingdom to decide on Murdoch's Sky takeover bid in weeks
by | Friday, July 21, 2017

United Kingdom to decide on Murdoch's Sky takeover bid in weeks

Such a move would be strongly opposed by Labour, which said Parliament must be allowed to debate her decision. "Given the consultation only closed on Friday [July 14th], there has not been time to consider al...More..

Best ways to prevent dementia
by | Friday, July 21, 2017

Best ways to prevent dementia

Mid-life hearing loss - 9%. The Lancet Commission's report , unveiled at the Alzheimer's Assn.'s International Conference in London, followed the presentation of four separate studies showing that stress...More..

US survives biting incident, beats El Salvador 2-0, advances
by | Friday, July 21, 2017

US survives biting incident, beats El Salvador 2-0, advances

I'm going to go back to the hotel and talk to her about that, she what she says", he joked . Lichaj atoned for a almost costly slip on a third-minute counter attack that gifted a loose back pass to Salvado...More..

Real ace Morata set for Chelsea
by | Thursday, July 20, 2017

Real ace Morata set for Chelsea

The 26-year-old signed with Real Madrid two years ago from Porto and failed to break in at right-back ahead of the impressive Dani Carvajal. Chelsea will have to pay £89m to sign Real Madrid duo Danilo ...More..

American doctor agrees to travel to the United Kingdom to examine Charlie Gard
by | Tuesday, July 18, 2017

American doctor agrees to travel to the United Kingdom to examine Charlie Gard

Professor Michio Hirano , from Colombia University Medical Centre, will visit Great Ormond Street Hospital at the request of a judge to discuss the care of the 11month old boy. On Thursday, Hirano told Justi...More..

Monsoon session: Govt calls all party meet; TMC to skip
by | Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Monsoon session: Govt calls all party meet; TMC to skip

The government has closed all doors for dialogue on Kashmir "which has led to political suffocation in the Valley", senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad said. JD (U) leader Sharad Yadav has accused the Mod...More..

Dangers of artificial sweeteners confirmed
by | Monday, July 17, 2017

Dangers of artificial sweeteners confirmed

Quite the contrary, it seems that people who use the sweeteners on a regular basis are more prone to developing health issues although it is not clear whether there is a direct causation involved. Lead author D...More..

Arizona Army veteran's dying wish is to get messages of support
by | Sunday, July 16, 2017

Arizona Army veteran's dying wish is to get messages of support

She chose to post in the Caregivers of Wounded Warriors Facebook group and ask other veterans if they could send Lee text messages or give him a phone call so he'd have someone to talk to. Since the Facebook...More..

Microsoft's typeface centre of government corruption case
by | Saturday, July 15, 2017

Microsoft's typeface centre of government corruption case

The Calibri Wikipedia page was also bombarded by attempted edits to include the font's significant role in exposing foul play at the hands of the Prime Minister and his family. " Calibri was not commercial...More..

Amarnath Yatra continues unabated post terror strike
by | Thursday, July 13, 2017

Amarnath Yatra continues unabated post terror strike

Several countries across the globe have come out to condemn the terror attack on Amarnath pilgrims in Jammu and Kashmir , but India's two immediate neighbours, China and Pakistan , have not commented on it. "...More..

Marijuana shortage: Nevada considers emergency measures
by | Thursday, July 13, 2017

Marijuana shortage: Nevada considers emergency measures

This has led to the Department of Taxation to declare a state of emergency , a declaration that has now been endorsed by Governor Brian Sandoval . Not one of applications from these wholesalers to distribut...More..

Strike planned at Philadelphia International Airport suspended
by | Thursday, July 13, 2017

Strike planned at Philadelphia International Airport suspended

Headquartered in Manhattan, Local 32 BJ of SEIU, the Service Employees International Union, has 163,000 members, primarily in property service jobs, also known as janitors, along the East Coast. The workers' st...More..

Six things HR needs to know about the Taylor review
by | Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Six things HR needs to know about the Taylor review

However, while it remains to be seen which recommendations of the Taylor Review the government will choose to take forward (if any), it is clear that, if implemented, the recommendations could significantly i...More..

Health Inquiry: How Did 2400 Britons Die From Contaminated Blood?
by | Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Health Inquiry: How Did 2400 Britons Die From Contaminated Blood?

The PM's official spokesman said the PM began Cabinet this morning by announcing that she and Mr Hunt had decided an inquiry should be launched. The decision by Downing Street came hours before the government...More..

First Vaccine Against Gonorrhoea Discovered By Scientists
by | Wednesday, July 12, 2017

First Vaccine Against Gonorrhoea Discovered By Scientists

Yet so far, efforts to develop a gonorrhea vaccine have yielded disappointing results: Four potential shots have reached the clinical trial stage, but none has been effective. Given the concerning situation wit...More..

VBS: Blood supplies are 'dangerously low'
by | Wednesday, July 12, 2017

VBS: Blood supplies are 'dangerously low'

Erin Baker with United Blood Services said blood supplies across the country are at dangerously low levels. However, donors of all types are needed. Blood donated in this community helps save the lives of pat...More..