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  • Ann Coulter vows to speak at Berkeley despite cancellation

    Due to threats of violence from leftist groups, the University of California-Berkeley has canceled Ann Coulter's speech scheduled for later this month. "I'm speaking at Berkeley on April 27th, as I was invited to do and have a contract to do", tweeted Coulter, who was invited to speak by campus Republicans.

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  • Dos muertos deja represión del gobierno — Venezuela

    En el sector El Paraíso, al oeste de Caracas, vecinos denunciaron saqueos en unas panaderías, supermercados y centros de comida. Caracas y otras ciudades de Venezuela fueron escenario este miércoles de marchas de decenas de miles de personas, tanto a favor como en contra del gobierno de Nicolás Maduro.

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  • El ataque armado en París es de "carácter terrorista" — Hollande

    Un allanamiento estaba en curso en el domicilio del sospechoso, en los suburbios de París . Se trata del titular del documento de matriculación que fue encontrado en el vehículo que fue utilizado en el ataque . "Tuvimos que esconder a nuestros clientes en el sótano", agregó. Una vez en comisaría logró arrebatar el arma a otro agente al que también hirió. Por otro lado, testigos cercanos a la zona de los Campos Elíseos contaron a la emisora BFM-TV que escucharon "tiros de kalashnikov ".

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  • Future of revamped health care bill remains dubious in House

    Future of revamped health care bill remains dubious in House

    But house of Representatives Republican leaders, burned by a March debacle on the measure, were dubious and signs were scant that an emerging plan was gaining enough votes to succeed. Some Republicans in Congress had hoped to pass the tax overhaul before August, but party divisions over the legislation and difficulties in replacing Obamacare have slowed the process.

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  • Tennessee student found safe, teacher arrested in California

    Tennessee student found safe, teacher arrested in California

    Cummins, a 50-year-old father and grandfather, is accused of kidnapping 15-year-old Elizabeth Cummins back on March 13 . After the capture, Cummins was charged with one federal count of transportations of a minor across state lines for the objective of criminal sexual intercourse, said Jack Smith, acting U.S.

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  • Democrats roar back on air with new pro-Ossoff blitz

    Democrats roar back on air with new pro-Ossoff blitz

    Ultimately, roughly a dozen Republican candidates received a combined 51 percent of the vote on Tuesday, while Ossoff and four other Democratic candidates received 49 percent. "Glad to be of help!" And I think it's important in this district. Georgia's 6th District, which includes Cobb County, Fulton County and Dekalb County, has been held by Republicans since Newt Gingrich took office in 1978.

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  • World Health Organization urges action over growing hepatitis epidemic

    World Health Organization urges action over growing hepatitis epidemic

    The report comes as a follow-up to WHO's Global Strategy on Viral Hepatitis, which set a goal of eliminating viral hepatitis as a public health threat by 2030. Major improvements have been made with hepatitis B vaccination in infancy reaching 84 percent, which has factored in reducing the infection's prevalence among children to 1.3 percent, according to the report.

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  • Authorities: Tennessee student, teacher found in California

    The 12-year-old reported to a school resource officer after seeing what was described as a "romantic peck" between then-teacher Cummins and his 15-year-old student Thomas on January 23, according to court records. In Tennessee, Cummins is being charged with felony kidnapping and misdemeanor having sexual contact with a minor. Cummins, a 50-year-old father and grandfather, was wanted on allegations of aggravated kidnapping and sexual contact with a minor.

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  • California gunman to appear in court on murder count

    All four victims were white. And David Jackson was also gunned down in that charity's parking lot. "It's a tragedy for the security industry", Sanchez said . He encountered a man carrying a box of food. Muhammad told them he wanted to kill as many white men as possible, according to detectives. "As he spoke about the shooting and shooting individuals he did so in a very calloused manner and in fact many times laughed", said Dyer.

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  • Justice governor signs broad medical marijuana bill

    Justice governor signs broad medical marijuana bill

    Western, redder states with a libertarian streak followed. "This legislation is going to benefit countless West Virginia patients and families for years to come", said Matt Simon of the Marijuana Policy Project, who is a West Virginia native and graduate of West Virginia University.

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  • Strawberries Can Slow the Growth of Breast Cancer

    Strawberries Can Slow the Growth of Breast Cancer

    The in vitro model used cells from the A17 tumor cell line, a high aggressive and invasive tumor. The cells were treated with different concentrations of strawberry extract for periods of 24, 48 and 72 hours. The extract simultaneously stimulated expression of the gene Htatip2, which many believe can suppress metastasis to the lymphatic ganglion in breast cancer patients.

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  • Aaron Hernandez: What we know on day of his death

    Aaron Hernandez: What we know on day of his death

    He appears to have hanged himself by attaching a bed sheet to the window of his single cell. Although Hernandez was already serving a life sentence without parole for killing Lloyd, his attorneys were hopeful that Hernandez had a chance to be released from prison soon because the 2013 conviction was being automatically reviewed by the state's highest court.

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  • Sweet Drinks Linked To Dementia

    Sweet Drinks Linked To Dementia

    That research found that drinking one diet soft drink or more each day is linked to a tripled risk of having a stroke or developing dementia, compared to avoiding the drinks. However, an increasing number of studies are finding that artificially sweetened products are far from innocent. People did not drink sugary drinks as often as diet ones, which the authors said could be one reason they did not see the same link with regular soda.

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  • Jury sides with Petco in death of boy from rat-bite fever

    Jury sides with Petco in death of boy from rat-bite fever

    The grandmother said the family is glad to have gotten an opportunity to raise awareness about rat bite fever, no matter how rare it may be. A lawyer for Petco argued that those numbers were inflated and that the plaintiff's lawyers were ignoring the fact that the bacteria that causes rat bite fever can not be bred out of the animals.

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  • Oracle buys ad measurement firm Moat

    Oracle buys ad measurement firm Moat

    The company also works with renowned brands, including Procter & Gamble, Nestle, and Unilever to track and measure their online ads. Convincing advertisers that they're getting what they're paying for is a big problem for publishers. Meanwhile, the major competitors of Oracle , including Salesforce and Adobe are continuously leveraging the competition by introducing marketing "clouds" of their own in the data, marketing software, and ad-targeting arena.

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  • Senators reject proposal to cut taxes in road-funding bill

    The House leadership has appeared to be more open to keeping noncritical bills moving, though Wednesday a slew of meetings and bill hearings in the House were canceled. Under the Senate proposal, the local cities and municipalities could opt into the program or create their own. Texas has no state income tax, meaning schools rely heavily on local property tax revenue.

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  • Presunto autor del atentado de Estocolmo mostraba interés por el EI

    Presunto autor del atentado de Estocolmo mostraba interés por el EI

    Las fuerzas de seguridad han detenido a una persona por el ataque y consideran que "probablemente" fue este sospechoso quien condujo el camión , indicó Lars Byström, portavoz de la policía de Estocolmo . El rotativo agregó que el individuo se confesó culpable y que, en el momento de su arresto en Märsta , en el norte de Estocolmo , tenía restos de cristales en su ropa y un pasamontañas .

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  • Judge to rule April 28 in Chicago schools funding lawsuit

    The ruling comes as CPS says it could end classes early this year because of a funding shortfall. Chicago families will have to wait a little longer to find out when the school year will end for Chicago Public Schools. Rauner took action to ensure our students received the same State funding that predominantly white school districts in the rest of the state receive".

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  • Alison Sweeney Will Return to 'Days of Our Lives'

    Alison Sweeney Will Return to 'Days of Our Lives'

    However, it appears she is back and ready to get back in front of the camera again. Since she left, Sweeney still pursued a career in the industry by taking on several projects. Sweeney, who departed " Days of Our Lives " in 2014 after more than 20 years on the daytime drama, is returning to the series, albeit temporarily. What lose ends are you hoping she'll tie up? She is pictured at a Stand Up To Cancer event on September 9, 2016 in Los Angeles.

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  • FDA Determines Codeine, Tramadol Unsafe For Children

    FDA Determines Codeine, Tramadol Unsafe For Children

    Warning labels on medications with codeine or tramadol will be strengthened to reflect these potential dangers, the FDA said in a statement. Officials said they have been tracking reports about the drugs for years. The FDA said it is requiring makers of prescription versions of the medicines, codeine and tramadol, to change the products' labels to warn against giving them to children under age 12, and to limit use in older children.

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  • Accident on I-29 kills West Platte coach

    Accident on I-29 kills West Platte coach

    Danneman died Wednesday evening when a tractor-trailer crossed the median of Interstate 29 and struck three vehicles north of Platte City, according to media reports. Danneman, driving a Ford Focus, was pronounced dead at the scene. A passenger in his vehicle, Sherrie L. Arnett, 56, was taken by private vehicle to Golden Valley Memorial Hospital in Clinton with minor injuries.

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  • Arrest made in Schaumburg murder

    Arrest made in Schaumburg murder

    Mejia-Maya is charged with first degree murder, home invasion and aggravated criminal sexual assault. Neighbors expressed relief that a suspect has been arrested in the case, but they said the brutal crime has shattered a sense of security in the neighborhood.

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  • Fox ends ties with top-rated host Bill O'Reilly

    Fox ends ties with top-rated host Bill O'Reilly

    Fox News Channel announced Wednesday that host Bill O'Reilly will not be returning to the network. O'Reilly said in an April 1 statement that he had been unfairly targeted because of his public prominence. Twenty-First Century Fox's last fiscal year, which ended June 30, 2016, brought in a total of $7.65 billion in advertising revenue. O'Reilly's downfall comes less than a year after the exit of Fox News founder and CEO, Roger Ailes, after it emerged he too was the subject of a series of ...

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  • Jeter y Bush se asocian para comprar los Marlins

    Jeter y Bush se asocian para comprar los Marlins

    Desde hace mucho tiempo, Jeter , inclusive antes de retirarse del béisbol activo, que completó todo su ciclo profesional con los Yanquis de Nueva York , había expresado su interés de adquirir una franquicia en Grandes Ligas. Loria adquirió a los Marlins por 158,5 millones de dólares en el año 2002, en ese sentido, el alto costo sería uno de los obstáculos que impidan la transacción.

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  • Tres personas mueren baleadas en masiva jornada de protestas en Venezuela

    Dos muertos y promesas de la oposición de continuar en las calles , fue el resultado de un día de protestas. Los partidarios del mandatario venezolano también salieron a las calles . En su cuenta oficial de Twitter, el presidente argentino Mauricio Macri lamentó profundamente las muertes en Venezuela y reiteró la exhortación de los países de la región a que se convoquen elecciones en ese país.

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