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Victim Cries as Pastor Accused of Sex Assault Is Applauded


Staying vague, the 42-year-old referred to the incident in his early 20s as a sin for which he resigned and is "deeply sorry" and "sorry more was not done". "You have to take this to the grave with you.' He said that several times ". She then told the head pastor, Steve Bradley, who eventually talked to her mother but twisted the story so that it only seemed like Savage and Woodson had shared an "innocent kiss". Read More »

General Motors (GM) Downgraded to Sell at Vetr

M Partners has "Neutral" rating and $1400 target. The rating was maintained by Jefferies on Monday, June 12 with "Hold". Piper Jaffray maintained the stock with "Buy" rating in Monday, September 11 report. Bbva Compass Bancorporation Incorporated reported 464,537 shares or 0.36% of all its holdings. Gluskin Sheff & Assoc Inc who had been investing in General Motors Co. Read More »

Hrithik Roshan starrer Krrish 4 to release on Christmas 2020


Bhubaneswar: With the entire nation celebrating the birthday of Bollywood Greek god Hrithik Roshan , his fans in Odisha are no less in rejoicing this happy occasion of the Jodha Akbar actor. A lot of names were doing rounds on the internet that also included those of Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone but no official announcement has been made yet. Read More »

Most People Who Try Cigarettes Once Become Habitual Smokers


A recent study conducted in the USA, New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom shows that 68% of those who tried smoking, at one point, become daily smokers. Research gathered from 215,000 survey participants in the U.S., U.K, Australia and New Zealand showed 60.3 percent of people had tried smoking cigarettes, and of those who tried it, an estimated 68.9 percent picked up a daily habit. Read More »

INEC Announces Timetable for 2019 Elections


Also released was the timelines for the Federal Capital Territory area councils elections, scheduled to hold on March 2, 2019, the same day governorship and state assembly elections scheduled to hold in 29 states. Ekwunife and her party, PDP, not take part in the re-run. "The decision of the commission to fix election dates is to engender certainty in our electoral calendar and to enable all stakeholders to prepare adequately for elections, as is the case in many mature and developing ... Read More »

Mumbai's Kamala Mills: Hotelier held for sheltering 1 Above pub owners


The police had recorded Pathaks statement in the case earlier. Tuli is one of the owners of Mojo's Bistro, the pub where the deadly January 29 fire broke out, according to the Mumbai Fire Brigade's report. The police have already arrested Yug Pathak, a co-owner of Mojo's Bistro, and remain on the lookout for the other owners as well as the proprietors of 1 Above. Read More »

Should you stay away from romaine lettuce?


Chapman suspects that officials will make an announcement soon about whether the US and Canadian outbreaks are indeed the same. While that "doesn't appear to be the case" with this outbreak, Schellhorn said E. "These illnesses indicate that contaminated romaine lettuce may still be on the market - including in restaurants, grocery stores and any establishments that serve food". Read More »

FSU's online graduate programs shine in new US News rankings


U.S. News & World Report's 2018 Best Online Programs listed UNF as one of the " Best Online Bachelor's Programs " and "Best Online Education Programs". "This ranking provides a nice affirmation to the unsurpassed quality that we continue to strive for each day", Marshall said. Students may also earn a Certificate in Gifted and Talented Education online, and new online certificate programs in Appreciative Inquiry/Philosophy for Children and Educational Assessment will be rolled out this ... Read More »

7-Eleven Customers May Have Been Exposed to Hepatitis A


Up to 2,000 people may have been exposed to Hepatitis A after eating non-packaged food items or using the restroom at a 7-Eleven store in Utah, health officials said. Outbreaks of hepatitis A began cropping up sporadically throughout the United States in March of 2017, spurring the California government to declare a public health emergency. Read More »

Selena Gomez Just Unfollowed Almost 300 Friends on Her Instagram


As for those who escaped Sel's unfollow spree? And while it looks like a lot of people super close to the star were cut from her feed, some that survived were: her stylist Kate Young , Amy Schumer , Taylor Swift and Francia Raisa - the one who basically saved her life by donating her kidney. Read More »

Allegiant Announces Nonstop Service From CVG to Charleston and Sarasota


The Sarasota flight will be year-round, while the Charleston one is seasonal, according to a release by the Indianapolis International Airport. "We're thrilled to bring our unique brand of ultra-low-cost, nonstop travel to Charleston", Allegiant senior vice president of commercial Lukas Johnson said in a statement. Read More »

Researchers find that ibuprofen tablets affect men's fertility


Overuse of ibuprofen could lead to full-blown hypogonadism, which refers to low levels of testosterone and diminished functionality of the testicles. LH's job is to stimulate the production of testosterone, so higher levels of LH without corresponding higher levels of testosterone could suggest an issue in the way the body's hormones are functioning. Read More »

Savant Capital LLC Acquires 527 Shares of, Inc

Signature Financial Management Inc who had been investing in Apple Inc for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $886.93 billion market cap company. had 243 analyst reports since July 21, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. On Tuesday, July 11 the stock rating was maintained by Cowen & Co with "Buy". Read More »

Map of Ireland shows areas WORST hit by deadly Aussie flu virus


An online map - which covers all types of flu - shows North Kirklees, including Dewsbury, Batley and Cleckheaton in red, meaning "very high" numbers of reported cases of people reporting flu-like illness. Those most at risk are the over 65s, pregnant women, young kids and those with chronic conditions - like diabetes, lung and heart disease. Those who don't heed that advice and are diagnosed by a GP may be prescribed an anti-viral medication to treat their symptoms. Read More »

Mevani's rally in Delhi despite no police permission


Almost 15,000 security personnel - armed with water cannons and tear gas and wearing riot gear - have been posted at the heart of the national capital to foil the rallyists and keep the peace. The rally seeks to raise the demand for the release of Dalit outfit Bhim Army's founder Chandrashekhar Azad and emphasise on issues like educational rights, employment, livelihood and gender justice. Read More »

Shah Rukh Khan talks about his two life lessons


Khan and the director of this ambitious film, Aanand L Rai welcomed Anushka with a bouquet of handsome flowers and some cute pictures of Virushka on and around them. In this case ill say - Back to Zero! Anushka and Katrina also together appeared on Karan Johar's celebrity-based talk show Koffee With Karan , last year. Read More »

Fire at paint factory lights up London sky


A huge fire has broken out at a warehouse in London . Bystanders have taken to Twitter to express their disbelief at the size of the "very visible" fire which can be seen for "miles around". Terrifying pictures show thick black plumes of smoke billowing into the sky as firefighters struggle to bring the flames under control. The London Fire Brigade tweeted it had received more than 45 emergency calls about the fire. Read More »

PDP Sweeps All 22 LG Chairmanship Seats, All Councillorships


Governor Okowa who spoke today at Ward 3, Owa-Alero, Ika North-East local government area of the State shortly after casting his vote at Polling Unit 3, asserted, "I am satisfied with the process". "Where materials were even delivered, they did not arrive on time as most were hijacked and re-directed along the way". "In the attempt by the APC to insist on all materials including result sheets be provided to allow a free and fair election, the PDP resorted to violence that was witnessed ... Read More »

Centre to review rules on anthem


The playing of national anthem before the screening of movies should not be made compulsory for now, the government told the Supreme Court on Monday. The affidavit said that the Inter-Ministerial Committee, which will be headed by the Additional Secretary (Border Management) in the Ministry of Home Affairs, has been set up by an order on December 5. Read More »

South Korean officials head to border for talks with North

South Korean reports have suggested the North could send a high-level delegation to the Games including Kim's younger sister Yo-Jong, who is a senior member of the ruling Workers' Party. Kim and U.S. President Donald Trump have exchanged fiery barbs in the a year ago and Trump has warned that the United States would have no choice but to "totally destroy" North Korea if forced to defend itself or its allies. Read More »

Possible No. 1 Candidates In Next AP College Basketball Rankings


Michigan State had been No. 1 prior to its loss to Ohio State on Sunday. Of course, this incredible string of days led to quite the rearranging in this week's AP poll , but it also had an impact on our projected field. Virginia climbed five spots to No. 3. The top four teams mirrored the AP poll, with Wichita State at No. 5 and Duke at No. 6. The Sooners defeated Oklahoma State in Norman on Thursday, but were unable to do the same against West Virginia in Morgantown Saturday. Read More »

Who is Har Gobind Khorana, today's Google Doodle


Khorana's love for science began at an early age and that was thanks to his father who believed in the value of education. Khorana was an alumnus of University of Punjab, University of Liverpool and University of Cambridge. One sequence of three nucleotides in DNA corresponds to a certain amino acid within a protein. With the help of these enzymes, he was able to generate proteins. Read More »

Exercise Can Reverse Heart Aging


He urges people to exercise as "part of their personal hygiene", similar to showering and brushing teeth. This leads to symptoms such as fatigue, shortness of breath, coughing, and difficulty carrying out everyday things such as climbing stairs, walking, and carrying shopping. Read More »

Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers Coming To St. Louis


Tickets for the tour will be on presale for Citi cardmembers starting Wednesday, Jan. 10, and available to the general public on Friday, Jan. 12 via Live Nation. But apparently he was overruled. Musician Donald Fagen of Steely Dan performs onstage during day 1 of the 2015 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (Weekend 1) at the Empire Polo Club on April 10, 2015 in Indio, California. Read More »

California's Flu Season Sees Packed Emergency Rooms, Medicine Shortage


The ODH reports seasonal influenza activity has been upgraded to its highest level of widespread with hospitalizations much more numerous than last season. The agency said that almost 2,500 people have been hospitalized for flu-related symptoms and that 13 children have died of the virus in the current season, which started in October. Read More »

Mount Washington summit tied for 2nd coldest on earth

On the topic of deadly-cold conditions, Mike Carmon, senior meteorologist at the Mt. Washington Observatory, told the Times, "We basically just start saying it's stupid cold outside". Winds of more than 90 miles per hour swirled Mount Washington, the northeast's highest peak, at a temperature of -37F (-38C) degrees, with the wind chill bringing it to -93F. Read More »

Sudbury Health Unit recommends avoiding romaine lettuce after E-Coli outbreak


The company, among others, has taken matters into their own hands despite CDC's statement, "b$3 ecause we have not identified a source of the infections, CDC is unable to recommend whether USA residents should avoid a particular food". However, on its website, it said, "We have not identified a source of the infections, thus is unable to recommend whether U.S. residents should avoid a particular food". Read More »

Nigerians evacuated from Libya in 2 days


The delegation comprised of Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora and Muhammad Babandede, Comptroller General of the Nigerian Immigration Service. He said the programme is an ongoing process that will continue till all the stranded Nigerians return home. There is no way of knowing a Nigerian by face. Read More »

Texas woman dies after contracting flesh-eating disease from raw oysters


She had severe wounds on her legs from that bacteria, ' LeBlanc's partner Vicki Bergquist said. The duo went crabbing with friends and family and consumed roughly two dozen raw oysters. For the next three weeks, LeBlanc fought the invasive disease until her body finally gave out. The FDA points out that vibrio in oysters has no scent, cannot be killed by hot sauce or alcohol, and can contaminate oysters in any month - not just summer months when temperatures are warmer; although the ... Read More »

Pfizer to End Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Research; Cutting 300 Jobs


The company says overall researching and developing spending remains the same and they are simply reallocating spending to where their scientific expertise is strongest. The G7 nations have committed to finding a disease modifying treatment by 2025 and this is still within reach as long as research investment is increased and sustained across the board. Read More »

Blood shortage prompts 'urgent' need for donors


This network works in tandem, moving lifesaving donations throughout the system-once local patient needs are met-to help ensure blood is available when and where it's needed most. Type AB: The plasma type that can be transfused to nearly everyone and can be donated through a platelet or plasma donation, where available, or during a regular blood donation. Read More »

HP Recalls 15 Different Models Over Battery Safety Problem


HP is recalling some laptop batteries due to concerns that overheating could cause fires and inflict burns. Customers are encouraged to go to to see if their battery is included in the recall. This places the system in Battery Safety Mode, which allows the computer to be used by plugging it in. However, not every battery in the listed products is affected. Read More »

CLOSINGS & DELAYS: Several area schools closed Monday


All of the after school activities scheduled for Iredell-Statesville Schools were canceled. UTC will open at noon. The Beaufort County School District and Jasper County School District are operating on two-hour delay schedules for Monday, January 8 due to inclement weather. Read More »