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As Trump falters, more Republicans say they'll block Clinton


And ThinkProgress speculates that drop has to do with Donald Trump . Democrats are cosmopolitan. Democrats are feminist. In an abrupt shift Sunday, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump began to push at his rallies for his supporters to vote for down-ballot Republicans who are running for Congress, tying the success of his policy agenda to the existence of a Republican Senate and House. Read More »

Driver who fled Milwaukee crash that killed 3 surrenders


The three advertising executives, who were from Chicago , were only minutes from the hotel they were staying at in Milwaukee , in the U.S., when the crash happened. Milwaukee police say a motorist who fled after causing the vehicle crash has surrendered to authorities. Ashley Sawatzke worked as account supervisor at the Chicago branch of the global advertising firm Leo Burnett, where she had been hired just five months ago, according to her LinkedIn profile. Read More »

Women Have Caught Up To Men In Alcohol Use And Abuse


According to a latest research , women are now drinking almost as much alcohol as men and the longstanding differences between men and women in alcohol consumption and alcohol-related harms might be narrowing. Tim Slade , the lead author and an associate professor at the University of New South Wales, says that on the bright side, the amount of alcohol being consumed in general seems to be going down. Read More »

Anti-PD-1 Agent Gets First-Line Nod for NSCLC


Analysts and investors, though, were focused on Merck's lung cancer drug, Keytruda (pembrolizumab). The second-biggest US drugmaker reported revenue of $10.54 billion in the period, up 5 percent from 2015's third quarter. Annual sales of the drug are now expected to reach $8.1 billion in 2021, according to consensus forecasts compiled by Thomson Reuters. Immunotherapy drugs are used additionally in melanoma, Hodgkin lymphoma and cancers of the bladder, kidney, head and neck, but lung ... Read More »

Uber's courtship of upstate NY continues with free flu shots


It turns out many people appreciated the convenience and posts from 15 different cities popped up on Twitter using the hashtag #UberForHealth. The ridesharing company is handing out free flu shots on Tuesday, Oct. "Honestly, I just wanted to prevent the flu because I've had it two times this year and it's been pretty bad", Diaz said. So, what do you have to do to get a package? The company used its one-time flu shot offering as a dig at Albany officials who have stymied its attempts to set ... Read More »

Chinese firm recalls camera products linked to massive DDOS attack

Nevertheless, the threats against those the company accuses of issuing false statements are more about saving face. Forced recalls aren't a rule yet, so it remains to be seen if other IoT manufacturers will start to take notice of what happened and significantly improve their products' security before governments get a chance to act and impose stricter certification regulations. Read More »

Girl Scout Cookie Cereal Is Happening


The brand has been pretty quiet on the details, but did confirm. Both flavors will be available in stores nationwide in January. 'Girl Scout cookie cereal is coming in January. This isn't the first time the Girl Scouts have released products to help desperate fans in the off-season. Girl Scouts said that it is using the deal to heighten awareness of its brand and program. Read More »

13 treats that will make you very popular this Halloween

His friend, Kailynn Stokes, 4, will be dressed as a witch on Halloween. "Pokémon GO, Suicide Squad and Star Wars were all top picks, and we're also seeing that costumes from Frozen are still popular for kids", Lam explains. With that being said, on Monday, October 31, 2016, traditional door-to-door trick-or-treating is certainly an option. If you don't trust yourself to ignore the temptations of your phone, download an app like AT&T's Drive Mode that sends auto-replies to incoming ... Read More »

Meet the baby who was born twice


But in Lynlee's case, the tumor grew as big as the baby, sucking blood from her small body and taxing her heart, said Dr. Darrell Cass, pediatric surgeon and co-director of Texas Children's Fetal Center. And then the surgeons placed back the baby inside its mother's womb and sewed the uterus. When doctors operated on the baby girl at nearly 24 weeks of pregnancy, the tumor was nearly as large as she was, according to the report. Read More »

Female anchor, FC guard reach settlement


He reportedly fired 18 shots in the air for after an angry mob tried to beat him up. According to the details of the incident provided, a female anchor from K-21 channel was doing a TV show on the problems faced by general public at Nadra's office in Karachi's Liaquatabad area. Read More »

Hillary Clinton Just Defended a Woman's Right to Choose FLAWLESSLY

Taking Clinton at her word, she believes "there's an individual right to arms", but it does not include the right to own a handgun or the right to use a rifle or shotgun for self-defense in the home, which the Court recognized as a "core lawful purpose" under the Second Amendment. Read More »

Chiefs ship RB Davis to Packers for draft pick

With Lacy out and Starks several weeks away from returning, the Packers will be counting on two backs who have only varying degrees of limited familiarity with the offense. He was expected to team with Charles in a power-and-lightning backfield. However, Petra , despite seeming to approve of the decision to acquire Davis, hardly has confidence in the players' ability to be an impact player: "Davis is better than not having a running back at all and can help on special teams ". Read More »

Bank places 100 'lucky pennies' across US worth $1000 each


A batch of 100 "lucky pennies" worth $1,000 each have been left in 10 US cities by financial firm Ally. The unusual contest began on Tuesday and features custom copper-colored discs that look like ordinary US pennies. All of the pennies have been left in plain sight in public places. Except for such automobile dealerships, Ally Lucky Pennies will not be placed by Sponsor in retail stores or on other private property. Read More »

Affordable Care Act rates going up in 2017

For example, people can save money by shopping around for prescriptions, according to Matthew Leonard, director of sales for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska. "The business was underpriced in many markets in the first couple years", says Andy Slavitt, CMS' acting administrator. That's what Al Redmer Jr., Maryland's insurance commissioner, was fighting for when he testified before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform in mid-September. Read More »

Sen. Bernie Sanders to campaign in Arizona for Clinton on Tuesda


In a 40-minute speech, Sanders also discussed the economy and the plight of the middle class. Sanders stopped at UNR the same day Clinton and Trump will face off for the last presidential debate in Las Vegas. Bernie Sanders is scheduled to be in Arizona on Tuesday to campaign for Hillary Clinton. Sander said, despite obstructionism from Republicans in Congress, President Barack Obama has lowered the unemployment rate and helped reduce the budget deficit. Read More »

With Election Day weeks away, party rift deepens


But Trump - who largely closed a polling gap with Clinton during much of September - did not give more to his campaign than he had in previous months despite being pressured to invest more of his fortune. "We can't win if we don't win Florida". The Trump campaign has dispersed more than 60,000 yard signs and has opened a campaign headquarters in Mesa for volunteers to work out of. Read More »

Alabama offers absentee voting instead of early voting


As in previous elections, the one-stop voting in McDowell will again be held in the County Commission's boardroom at the County Administration Building on East Court Street in Marion, the Old Fort library at 65 E. Although the online registration deadline has passed, Moore says you still have a window of opportunity to get that done... Don't expect your sample ballot or vote by mail ballot until Friday. Read More »

FBI, State Dept. official say no talk of email quid pro quo

In the mail, RNC Chief Counsel John R. Phillippe Jr. said the alleged attempt to make a backroom deal to cover up the extent to which USA national security was put at risk is shocking and warrants an immediate review. Kennedy explained that the classified email "caused problems", and he wanted to categorize the document as a B9. "The FBI determined that one such email was classified at the Secret level", FBI said Monday in a statement. Read More »

Netflix shares soar on huge growth in subscriber additions


For the second quarter, it added 160,000 net domestic subscribers which was significantly below its forecast of 500,000. Anmuth said he believed Netflix was on track toward 60 million plus subscribers in the United States and about 100 million internationally by 2020. Read More »

FBI records: Effort to reduce Clinton email classification


One of Hillary Clinton's (debunked) claims when the email story broke was that no classified emails went through her homebrew, basement server. Her campaign announced Monday that it was launching a new push in Arizona, including a campaign stop in Phoenix by first lady Michelle Obama, one of Clinton's most effective surrogates. Read More »

Salesforce CEO says will not bid for Twitter: FT


On technical side, moving averages may help to distinguish direction of tendencies, and they might also be used to set levels of sustenance and resistance. "If that is the case, then I think Twitter will likely have to remain independent until a more reasonable valuation is available", James Cakmak, an analyst with Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co, said in an earlier interview. Read More »

Care for elderly and dementia patients in 'dire straits', says charity boss


The CQC said it still had concerns about the care being provided in some places, noting around 800,000 people were registered to practices that had been rated "inadequate" for safety. "It is essential that health and social care organisations work together in a more co-ordinated way". A Health Foundation report, published yesterday, warned that the NHS in Wales could face a £700m funding shortfall by 2019-20, partly due to growing social care pressures, as reported in PSE's sister title ... Read More »

Phelan rewarded with permanent Hull coaching job


The position is Phelan's first as a permanent manager, after plying his trade as Sir Alex Ferguson's assistant at Manchester United, before being employed by Bruce at the KCOM stadium. That was followed by a draw at Burnley and there have also been EFL Cup victories at Exeter and Stoke, although defeats in their last three league games - albeit to Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea - have halted the early momentum. Read More »

Doctors successfully separate twin boys joined at the head


Though Anias is the dominant twin with the majority of the vessel, he has struggled more with medical problems such as breathing and heart difficulties. Twins joined at the head, called craniopagus twins, are exceedingly rare, occurring in 1 out of every 2.5 million births. Around 40 per cent of craniopagus twins are stillborn. Read More »

As some in GOP sever ties with Trump, McConnell ignores him

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump are both popular in Appalachian coal communities. Shilling said she believed Democrats could pick up one or two seats, but even then they would still be in the minority. Rob Portman, New Hampshire Sen. Read More »

CDC issues infection warning for devices used in cardiac surgery


CDC reports that more than 250,000 heart bypass surgeries are done in the USA each year with heater-cooler devices, which help keep the blood and organs at a specific temperature. CDC said it will continue to work with the FDA and clinical community to further evaluate and reduce risk associated with these devices, as well as increase provider and patient awareness. Read More »

Rick Scott identifies new Zika transmission zone in Miami-Dade County

Such cross-reactions also make diagnosis of Zika infection unreliable, and could thus facilitate the spread of the virus. A large portion of Miami Beach remains an active Zika infection zone. "This and any future cases will force the medical community to critically re-evaluate established triage processes for determining which patients receive Zika testing and which do not". Read More »

Hexavest buys $86389173 stake in Valeant Pharmaceuticals Intl Inc (VRX)


Analyst expected twelve month price target of $43.63. The analysts estimated sales for the higher end at 2682.8 million and lower end at 2525.4 million while the year ago reported sale was 3518.68 million. had its "buy" rating reiterated by analysts at TD Securities. In related news, Director Argeris N. Karabelas purchased 4,000 shares of the company's stock in a transaction on Thursday, August 11th. Read More »

Health conditions worsen as aid trickles into remote Haiti


United Nations officials said earlier that at least 1.4 million people across the region need assistance and that 2.1 million people overall have been affected by the hurricane . According to Rene Domersant, health ministry representative at Haiti's National Emergency Center, there are now 128 confirmed cholera cases and about 160 suspected cases in Sud, Nipps and Grand-Anse departments in the south of the country. Read More »