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Who will Donald Trump appoint to the Supreme Court?

The justices who will remain on the state's Supreme Court include Charles Canady and Ricky Polston, both appointed in 2008. Donald Trump's surprise victory has stoked speculation about a multitude of actions he might take as president, including nominating a successor to the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Read More »

Local leaders named to IN governor-elect's transition team


Holcomb defeated Democrat John Gregg, who narrowly lost the 2012 gubernatorial race to Pence - part of a dramatic Republican sweep of all statewide races led by Donald Trump's landslide win over Hillary Clinton. "I expressed to him last night that he drew people out to vote who, I believe, never had before and folks who had maybe voted for the team that wore the other jersey", Holcomb said. Read More »

I will fight for Manchester United dream — Mkhitarayn


The Portuguese boss has seen his team stagnate after a positive start to the season, and they now lie eight points off the Premier League summit. Mourinho revealed in an interview with MUTV ahead of the Premier League clash that Smalling and Shaw didn't feel 100 per cent. Read More »

Kentucky Republicans end Democratic control of state House


U.S. Senator Rand Paul won a second term, dispatching Lexington Mayor Jim Gray 57%-43%. At the end of the day, all 5 incumbents were returned to Frankfort and the open seat was won by Stephen Meredith (R), keeping the partisan balance the same at 27 Republicans and 11 Democrats. Read More »

California measure on state mega-projects in near-dead heat

The issue had split the state, both within the state's government and the populace. The referendum, known as the Nebraska Death Penalty Repeal Veto Referendum, or Referendum 426, was tinged with somewhat confusing language, in that people aren't voting whether to retain or repeal the death penalty itself, but rather the law that eliminated the death penalty in 2015. Read More »

LSU looking to rebound from loss to Alabama

Kentucky may indeed be a coming team in what is for this year a very muddled and very "average" SEC East. Colonel Stoops' boys had an opportunity to take a big step but nah. Specialists took the practice to work in the indoor facility while every other position group went through their normal Tuesday routine in the rain. Read More »

Hertz Loses Half Its Market Value Following Earnings Report


Revenue also whiffed, albeit by less, at $2.54 billion against projections of $2.59 billion. During the same period in the previous year, the company earned $0.49 EPS. Hertz Global Holdings, Inc (NYSE:HTZ) showed bullish move with gain of +7.26% after exchanging volume of 2.55 million shares in last trading session ended on 11/7/2016. Read More »

Janet Reno dies at 78


In 1995, during Bill Clinton's presidency, Reno announced that she was suffering from Parkinson's disease. In 1993, she was sworn in as attorney general during Clinton's term and served until 2001. She later said on CNN's "Larry King Live" that her decision was "obviously wrong". "It was a unsafe situation", Reno said during a 2005 lecture at Duke University. Read More »

New smoke alarms required

Also, if you have an alarm system, having annual servicing to ensure proper operation is vital. Call 912.652.6527 to make arrangements. "Thirteen people have died in home fire-related deaths in Louisiana in the past two months", says Joshua Joachim, regional chief executive for the Louisiana Red Cross. Read More »

Turning Back to Fire Safety


Check your smoke alarms monthly to ensure that they are in working order. " Working smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in a home fire in half", Erica Mani, regional chief executive officer for the American Red Cross West Virginia Region, said in a news release. Read More »

Was Josh Huff released by Eagles due to his troubling remarks?


The loaded firearm contained hollow-point bullets, which are illegal in the state of New Jersey unless they are in a home, at or on the way to a gun range, or hunting. "I will fix this and learn from it". Pederson said there won't be any repercussions until they know more about the investigation and what happened. "I guess it just depends on what happens from a legal standpoint", Eagles veteran Malcolm Jenkins said. Read More »

Deadly "superbug" fungus seen in US for first time


The average time from hospital admission to isolation of C. auris was 18 days. Thanks to the request for reporting, the CDC found that since 2013, there have been only 13 cases of the fungal infection in the U.S. There are only three classes of medications that can cure fungal infections, and there have been cases of C. auris in other countries that have resisted all three treatments. Read More »

Recall alert: Frozen strawberries linked to Hepatits A


So far, there have been no local reports of anyone getting the Hepatitis-A virus. Although the frozen, imported strawberries were identified as the source of the outbreak in early August, the Egyptian company did not issue a recall until this past week, several days after the Food and Drug Administration imposed an Import Alert on the company's strawberries citing Hepatitis A contamination. Read More »

Watch Game 5 Of The 2016 World Series


Some 350 miles (563 kilometers) to the east, thousands of Indians fans who watched Game Five on giant video screens inside Cleveland's Progressive Field were more subdued, but still confident that the Tribe would eventually pull out its first World Series title since 1948. Read More »

Teen with autism attacked during cross-country race


The police source tells PEOPLE witnesses recalled seeing Chase that Friday as he was running in the middle of a road that remained open to traffic. Syracuse council member Susan Boyle says Rochester police are expecting to talk with the mother of 15-year-old Chase Coleman , who is unable to speak. Read More »

300 million children breathe heavily toxic air


Approximately 300 million kids live in places where the level of ultra-fine particular matter, or PM, is more than six times higher than the worldwide regulations, so the air in these areas is highly toxic. The young children are more susceptible than adults to pollution because their lungs, their brains and immune systems are not yet fully formed and their airways are more permeable. Read More »

The Focus of Office Depot, Inc. (NASDAQ:ODP) By Analyst


For the third quarter, Office Depot reported adjusted earnings per share of $0.16, one cent above the consensus estimate on Bloomberg. On Wednesday, the stock ticked up in early morning trading to $3.52 a share. raised its position in Office Depot by 0.5% in the first quarter. (NASDAQ:ODP)'s Buy count is 0 and Strong Buy is 1 while the number of analysts recommending Sell and Strong Sell are 0 and 7, respectively. Read More »

The Different Stakes of Male and Female Birth Control


In the study , published last week in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism , found only four pregnancies resulted among 266 men who used the contraceptive. neglected to mention that some consequences of were actually quite serious". Women generally shoulder the burden of contraception, despite the best efforts of certain " no glove, no love " condom PSAs from the early 90s. Read More »

Fraser Health opening free flu shot clinics


Samuel Stanley Jr., an infectious disease specialist and president of Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, N.Y. The minister was speaking at the seasonal flu vaccine launch 2016-2017 at Aranjuez Health Centre, Aranjuez Main Road, Aranjuez, on Thursday. Read More »

Trump supporter charged with voting twice in Iowa


Rote was booked at Polk County Jail on Thursday on a first-degree election misconduct charge, the spokesperson added. Is the fix in? Rote hadn't planned on voting twice but said it was "a spur-of-the-moment thing" when she walked by the satellite voting location, she told The Washington Post in a phone interview Saturday. Read More »

President Obama Stars in Clinton's New TV Ad

While most first ladies slip quietly into private life after leaving the White House, Obama is not like most first ladies. "I would not be here lying to you: I believe with all of my heart that Hillary Clinton will be that president", she said. Read More »

A skin patch for peanut allergies


Through this process, which researchers refer to as epicutaneous immunotherapy, patients are trained to build up a tolerance to the substance. The results were published online October 26 in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology . Read More »

Orinda Asset Management adds SL Green Realty Corp (SLG) to its portfolio


The Firm operates in four divisions: industrial, medical office, office real estate investments and service operations. (NYSE:GTY) last posted its earnings results on Wednesday, October 26th. Agree Realty Corp.'s dividend payout ratio (DPR) is now 103.23%. Following the transaction, the Director is left with a stake of 166.7 shares, now valued at $9854. Read More »

Myanmar reports first Zika case in pregnant woman


The Zika virus has spread through Asia in recent months with more than 300 cases in Thailand. The virus, which was first identified in Uganda in 1947, is spreading across the world and has now reached 72 countries and territories, according to the United Nations. Read More »

What Exactly Is Bill Clinton Inc.?


He boasted of raising charitable contributions from Teneo clients such as Dow Chemical Co. and Coca-Cola well as arranging Bill Clinton's paid speeches and consulting deals, referring to the former president's profit-making efforts as "Bill Clinton, Inc". Read More »

Scientists plan to release more mosquitoes in fight against Zika


But it does not occur naturally in Aedes aegypti , the mosquito species largely responsible for transmitting a range of diseases including Zika , dengue, chikungunya, and yellow fever. The 5,000-square metre facility in Sao Paulo state, designed by Intrexon subsidiary Oxitec, will create Aedes aegypti mosquitoes that have been genetically altered so their offspring die before they can reproduce. Read More »

Frost, then snow? Where did the hot weather go?


People should bring sensitive outdoor plants indoors, forecasters warned. The low tonight is expected to be around 39. Valley winds will be slightly lighter with peak gusts making it to near 30 miles per hour. Thursday: Rain likely, mainly after 11 a m. Wind: N/NE 5-10. Low: 50. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 63. Northeast wind 3 to 5 miles per hour. Chance of precipitation is 70 percent. Read More »