• Bengaluru cylinder blast kills five
Bengaluru cylinder blast kills five

Death toll may rise as many people are feared trapped under the debris. "Cylinders on both ground and first floor had no gas in them so it is unlikely that the buildings collapsed due to blast", Reddy told media on spot. They heard a blast and the 20-year-old building was reduced to a pile of rubble. The deceased are identified as Saravana (31)...

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  • North Korean hackers suspected to have targeted United States electric power companies
North Korean hackers suspected to have targeted United States electric power companies

The bombers took off from the US Pacific territory of Guam on Tuesday night, before entering South Korean airspace and conducting firing exercises over the East Sea and Yellow Sea, South Korea's military said. North Korea warned last month it could shoot down US bombers at its discretion amid heightened tensions in the wake of Pyongyang's sixth eve...

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  • Attorney: 'No doubt' OJ Simpson goes to Florida after prison
Attorney: 'No doubt' OJ Simpson goes to Florida after prison

He could be seen responding "OK" as he left, wearing a ball cap, denim jacket, jeans and white tennis shoes. The footage then showed a nighttime scene of a darkened street apparently outside the prison. - July 20, 2017: A four-member parole board unanimously grants Simpson parole, effective October 1. "Simpson-out-of-prison-after-9-years-for-arme...

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  • Trump blasts Puerto Rican mayor for 'poor leadership' in hurricane relief crisis
Trump blasts Puerto Rican mayor for 'poor leadership' in hurricane relief crisis

With the electrical grid nearly completely wiped out and untold numbers of people stranded without access to water and food in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria , Puerto Ricans- who, it can not be said often enough, are American citizens- are truly facing a crisis.

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  • CVS Pharmacy Looks To Curb Painkiller Addiction With Strict Supply Limits
CVS Pharmacy Looks To Curb Painkiller Addiction With Strict Supply Limits

Merlo, President and CEO, CVS Health. "CVS Health is announcing an enterprise wide campaign to combat the growing problem associated with opioids", said CVS President and CEO Larry Merlo. The drug store chain also says it will boost funding for addiction programs, counseling, and safe disposal of opioids. Together, the CVS Health Foundation and...

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  • Jaitley, Sushma, Gadkari meet at Rajnath's residence ahead of Cabinet rejig
Jaitley, Sushma, Gadkari meet at Rajnath's residence ahead of Cabinet rejig

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will effect the third reshuffle of his Council of Ministers on Sunday morning, for which the process has already been set in motion with the resignations of seven ministers. This is what he was doing as the chief minister of Gujarat. Apart from them, Union Minister Giriraj Singh is also expected to quit after a nudge...

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  • Taylor Swift took time off to reinvent herself
Taylor Swift took time off to reinvent herself

Since she debuted as a country act, the media (and everyone with a Twitter account) has been eager to pick her character apart, calling into question her vocal ability, her intentions, her songwriting chops and even her personal authenticity itself.

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  • Spectacular Hope gives Windies historic win
Spectacular Hope gives Windies historic win

It signalled a coming-of-age for Hope, who averaged just 18.61 in his previous 21 Test innings, but lined up England's attack superbly to follow up his first-innings 147 - his maiden century - with a hundred off 175 balls. Stuart Law was a proud Windies coach after his side rallied from their Edgbaston nightmare to beat England in the second T...

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  • Johnson & Johnson Faces Talc Case
Johnson & Johnson Faces Talc Case

Internal documents were entered into evidence at trial that indicated Johnson & Johnson knew about the risks of the use of talc and link to ovarian cancer for decades - and failed to warn women of those risks. Harvard University epidemiologist Daniel Cramer has published several studies , beginning in 1982, that found a link between talc exposure...

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  • President's Address to the Nation on the eve of Independence Day
President's Address to the Nation on the eve of Independence Day

Nigeria's military a year ago wrested back large swaths of territory from the Islamist insurgents. The attack prompted Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, who is standing in for President Muhammadu Buhari while he is on indefinite sick leave, to ask the military to step up its response.

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  • U.S. warship sails close to South China Sea island, China 'displeased'
U.S. warship sails close to South China Sea island, China 'displeased'

The warship spat comes as a war of words between the US and North Korea escalates and President Donald Trump pushes China to do more to reign in Pyongyang's threats. China has voiced discontent with the United States after an American warship sailed near an artificial island in the disputed South China Sea. Although the Philippines has taken st...

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  • Case of West Nile confirmed in Greene County
Case of West Nile confirmed in Greene County

About 80 percent of people infected with WNV will not show any symptoms at all; however, cases can range from mild to severe. "The county is still conducting a mosquito trapping and identification program with grant funds we received from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services", Farmer said.

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  • First embryo gene-repair holds promise for inherited disease: Research
First embryo gene-repair holds promise for inherited disease: Research

In a world first, United States researchers announced on Wednesday in the science journal Nature they had used the controversial gene editing technique, CRISPR-Cas9, to correct a mutation for a heart condition in embryos . The team said: "Mosaicism in gene-targeted human embryos is unacceptable in clinical applications". The Salk scientis...

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  • Ormond St angels: We will nurse Charlie in a hospice
Ormond St angels: We will nurse Charlie in a hospice

Connie Yates and Chris Gard had asked to be allowed to to take their son home to die after ending their legal case. But they ran into opposition from Great Ormond Street hospital in London , where Charlie is on life support, which said that because of the difficulties of providing invasive ventilation at home and the potential for problems, th...

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  • Doctors reverse brain damage in two-year-old girl after drowning accident
Doctors reverse brain damage in two-year-old girl after drowning accident

Eden was able to lift up her head, smile and even say momma. The doctors can not say for certain how exactly the oxygen treatments helped such a dramatic reversal of severe brain damage but said that the treatments helped to reduce swelling and encouraged brain cells to survive .

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  • Jagga Jasoos 4 Days Total Collection Box Office Income Worldwide Business Report
Jagga Jasoos 4 Days Total Collection Box Office Income Worldwide Business Report

Basu retweeted the "Pink" star's post. The delay in the release of the film also caused further extension in its budget. "It's a Disney film catering to children and families", Girish said. Now, the first day box office collection of the film is out and it stands at a meager Rs 8.57 crore domestically. But there have been reports of Katrina b...

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  • Groundbreaking New Leukemia Treatment Will Save Lives and $Billions
Groundbreaking New Leukemia Treatment Will Save Lives and $Billions

This treatment has given patients, who were facing death as other treatments failed, long remission periods and possibly even cured them. The gene therapy, also known as CTL019, uses a new technology called chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy, or CAR-T for short.

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  • President Trump declares that Mexico should
President Trump declares that Mexico should "absolutely" pay for border wall

Immigration chatter aside, Trump and Nieto reportedly had a productive meeting Friday, especially in regards to their discussions on NAFTA. Top US and Mexican officials have sought common ground on issues such as migration and drug trafficking, even as President Donald Trump combatively repeated his vow to make Mexico pay for his planned border...

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  • Despite state efforts, high rate of painkiller prescribing continues in Oklahoma
Despite state efforts, high rate of painkiller prescribing continues in Oklahoma

CDC guidelines call for using acetaminophen, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications such as ibuprofen, exercise therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy for chronic pain. Doctors are increasingly giving patients prescriptions for opioids that last for 30 days or more. The guidelines, which are nonbinding, also recommend limiting opioid tre...

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  • IL enters third year without budget after lawmakers miss midnight deadline
IL enters third year without budget after lawmakers miss midnight deadline

IL started its third straight fiscal year without a state budget on Saturday, territory that could mean some universities won't be able to offer federal financial aid, road construction and Powerball ticket sales will halt, and the state's credit rating will be downgraded to "junk".

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