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North Korean Hackers Chase Bitcoin To Bust Sanctions


Early on Tuesday, the House Committee on Foreign Affairs held a bipartisan hearing to review United States sanctions on North Korea , including calls to cut off the northeast Asian nation's ties to banks. He did not elaborate, but North Korea frequently vows to destroy the United States. The Russian representative at the United Nations . North Korea sent 2.7 million tonnes of coal valued at US$220.6 million to China in the first three months of the year, accounting for 43 per cent of ... Read More »

No link between hormone therapy for menopausal women and death rates


Dr. Holly Thacker, Director of Cleveland Clinic's Center for Specialized Women's Health says this news should be reassuring to both women who want to take hormones and those who never have. The women took the hormone therapy for five to seven years. Past studies looked at specific health effects of hormone replacement therapy and deaths from specific causes, such as cancer and heart disease. Read More »

Brokerages Set Amgen Inc. (AMGN) Price Target at $184.40


It has a 23.62 P/E ratio. Amgen Inc. has a 52-week low of 133.64 and a 52-week high of 186.71. National Pension Serv invested in 489,785 shares or 0.49% of the stock. Woodley Farra Manion Portfolio Management Inc sold 95,416 shares as the company's stock rose 4.17% with the market. Japan-based Mitsubishi Ufj Secs Com Ltd has invested 0.69% in Amgen , Inc. Read More »

DU Union Polls: Delhi University Students Voting & Counting of votes on Tomorrow


Polling for the DUSU elections in morning schools ended at 2 pm and voting reserved for students of evening colleges commenced at 3 pm and it continued till 7.30 pm. A total of 10 candidates are running for the post of President this year including Rajat Chaudhary from Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), Rocky Tuseed from National Students' Union of India (NSUI) and Parul Chauhan from the All India Students' Association (AISA). Read More »

Rowe Price Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:TROW) Under Analyst Spotlight

Rowe Price Group, Inc. was downgraded to "neutral" by analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. The shares were sold at an average price of $82.03, for a total transaction of $682,981.78. Russell Investments Group Ltd. now owns 40,642 shares of the asset manager's stock valued at $2,771,000 after purchasing an additional 4,086 shares in the last quarter. Read More »

After 15 die in hepatitis outbreak, San Diego begins sanitary street washing


San Diego County's hepatitis A outbreak shows no signs of slowing, according to the latest update released Tuesday by the county Health and Human Services Agency . Also, around 40 hand-washing stations were set up around the city - concentrated in areas where the homeless congregate - around the beginning of the Labor Day weekend. Read More »

Work on India's first 'Bullet Train' to begin Sept 14


His statement came ahead of the ground-breaking ceremony of the bullet train project which is scheduled to be performed on September 14 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe. Goyal said India is saddled with railway technology that became obsolete in developed countries years ago. The project will be based on Japan's Shinkansen high-speed rail technology and Japan is also providing a soft loan of 880 bln rupees, accounting for 81% of the total estimated ... Read More »

Unusual Volume Spotlight - Array BioPharma Inc. (ARRY)

The stock presently has an average rating of "Buy" and an average price target of $12.65. Cantor Fitzgerald maintained the shares of ARRY in report on Tuesday, May 30 with "Buy" rating. The other 8, though not evenly; between analysts who think you should buy Array BioPharma Inc. versus those who think you should sell it. If you are viewing this report on another website, it was copied illegally and republished in violation of global trademark and copyright laws. Read More »

Russian Smugglers Profit From North Korean Sanctions


North Korea has made significant progress in its missile and nuclear testing program despite eight previous rounds of sanctions that have been imposed since 2006 when it conducted its first nuclear test. While there is little evidence of cooperation on nuclear weapons development between Iran and North Korea, the same can't be said for Syria, according to a Congressional Research Service report . Read More »

Protest against editor's killing


It has been a week since Kannada journalist Gauri Lankesh was shot dead at her residence on September 5, but the outrage caused by her murder has not yet died in Bengaluru. Interestingly, Gauri's bother Indrajit Lankesh told recently NDTV that the outspoken journalist had received hate messages from Naxals, citing updates on the murder investigation that he has received from the police. Read More »

Atletico Madrid closing in on Costa

Journalist Gianluca Di Marzio reports the wantaway striker boarded a private jet to Madrid in the hope of forcing Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich's hand in the saga that has run all summer. Los Colchoneros distanced themselves from the row between the player and the west London club, fearful of repercussions when Chelsea set the fee for Costa's departure. Read More »

Irma Is Now a Tropical Storm


The entire state of Florida looks to be impacted by Irma, except for maybe the western panhandle with life threatening wind hazards, flash flooding, tornadoes and storm surge along the coast. "It's disgusting, what we saw", Scott said. "And believe me, folks, some of this is going to take a while, especially power restoration". He said the Navy dispatched the USS Iwo Jima, USS New York and the aircraft carrier Abraham Lincoln to help with search and rescue and other relief efforts. Read More »

Army dismisses claim five killed as IPOB members attack troops + videos, photos


The Nigerian Army has continued its operation against agitators of Biafra, kidnappers among others despite several criticisms leveled on them over the recent invasion of IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu's residence. "This is far from the truth", the statement said, adding that it was the IPOB members who blocked the road against the soldiers who were on an armoured vehicle. Read More »

Irma knocks out power to over 1.3 million customers in Florida


Irma made its second US landfall at Marco Island at about 3:30 p.m. Power losses in Georgia , which were at about 152,000 as of 8:45 a.m. EDT, were expected to increase as the storm moved north. Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn said the situation was not as bad as it could have been, but warned residents that risky storm surge continued. According to The New York Times , the storm has already left more than one million households in Florida without power. Read More »

Ex-Liverpool star Jamie Carragher suggests Hodgson alternative for Crystal Palace


The 62-year-old revealed he spoke to Parish on the phone only hours after Palace sacked Frank de Boer with the London club losing their first four Premier League matches. The statement read " Crystal Palace Football Club have this morning parted company with Frank de Boer ", the statement read. Hodgson faces a tough task as the new manager if he does take the job, with Palace playing Manchester City and Manchester United away and Chelsea at home in their next four Premier ... Read More »

Rohingya crisis: India can't send back refugees to death, says UNHRC


Deploring India's "current measures to deport Rohingyas at a time of such violence against them in their country", the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said , "India can not carry out collective expulsions, or return people to a place where they risk torture or other serious violations". Read More »

Vaping with e-cigarettes 'linked to' increased heart attack and stroke risk


The participants were randomised to use e-cigarettes with nicotine for 30 minutes on the first day and without nicotine on the other day. Dr. Lundbäck (MD, PhD), who is a research leader and clinical registrar at the Danderyd University Hospital, Karolinska Institute, in Stockholm, Sweden, and his colleagues enlisted 15 youthful, blooming volunteers to take part in the study in 2016. Read More »

Suntrust Banks Inc. Has $79.27 Million Stake in AbbVie Inc. (ABBV)

Enstar Group Ltd now has $3.95B valuation. There were 2 death reports; 1 was a patient in the 15-mg dose group with cause of death unknown; the second was a patient in the 30-mg dose group who presented with fever and diarrhea, subsequent heart failure and presumed pulmonary embolism (PE) during hospitalization. Read More »

Police rescues ITI Balasore student — Blue Whale Challenge


Hitesh Kaplish, advocate said in a statement, "The court today issued the notice to the Union ministry of Home Affairs, the ministry of Telecommunications, Punjab, Haryana and Union Territory Chandigarh". It cited news reports to say that the game had grown in popularity through social media sites but the Centre had not taken any step yet to ban it. The same day, the Supreme Court also agreed to hear a similar Public Interest Litigation (PIL) related to the game. Read More »

Sitting for too long may increase death risk


Sitting sedentary for more than 30 minutes at a stretch increases the risk of an untimely death. "Instead of typing an email, just walk to their office". People with greater total sedentary time were more likely to be black, to smoke, and to have diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, estimated glomerular filtration rate less than 60 mL/min/1.73 m, and atrial fibrillation. Read More »

Climate change may annihilate one-third of parasite species by 2070


In a new find, researchers have revealed that climate change will kill almost one-third of all the parasite species from our planet earth in next five decade. Plus, having an extensive network of parasites in an ecosystem also means they compete with each other, which helps decrease the spread of diseases. They came up with startling numbers - depending on the future climate scenarios, between 20% and 37% of all parasites will meet their end, making them one of the most threatened groups ... Read More »

Delhi government issues strict guidelines for schools


Mr Sisodia briefed the media yesterday on the steps taken by the government to ensure the safety of students , As Reported By NDTV . "In every school in Delhi, rigorous police verification should be done of every staff, every person who enters the school premises within 3 weeks", Mr Sisodia said. Read More »

New study claims light drinking while pregnant may be OK after all


One unit is 8g of alcohol - equivalent to half a pint of beer, lager or cider at 3.5% strength, a single measure (25ml) of spirits or half a standard (175ml) glass of wine at 11.5% strength. They recommend spreading the units throughout the week to reduce the health risks associated with binge drinking. But they said while there was an association, this did not prove a direct cause of smaller babies at birth. Read More »

Mandatory boil water alert issued in Hollywood, Broward County water service customers


It led several cities in Broward County to advise their residents to boil their water before drinking it or using it for cooking. That may be hard to impossible to do for residents who don't have power, gas, or a propane grill or stove. The cities of Hollywood, Davie, Pembroke Pines, as well as parts of Hallandale Beach, Pembroke Park, West Park, Dania Beach and Miramar are under a boil water advisory due to various effects of Hurricane Irma . Read More »

MI rises to No. 7 in new AP, coaches polls


Penn State, who was ranked fourth, dropped one spot despite beating Pittsburgh, 33-14. The Tigers claimed the remaining two No. 1 votes and narrowly held off Oklahoma for the second position. Wisconsin also fell one spot in both polls, to No. 10 in the AP poll and No. 12 in the coaches poll, following an unconvincing 31-14 win over Florida Atlantic. Read More »

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic favourite for the sack


West Ham United boss Slaven Bilic allegedly turned down both Renato Sanches and Grzegorz Krychowiak . Some fans were keen to see other signings arrive before last month's transfer deadline, but West Ham stuck with what they had on deadline day - despite claims of players being offered to the club in the dying embers of the transfer window. Read More »

Puppies Are 'Likely Source' of Outbreak that Has Sickened Dozens in US


The CDC launched an investigation in conjunction with several states' health departments and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service after the first case was reported in September 2016. People with weakened immune systems, such as infants, the elderly and people with cancer or other severe illnesses, are most at risk for a serious infection. Read More »

Pour Anny Duperey, le Levothyrox est un "scandale honteux"


Un "cri d'alarme" lancé après une série de symptômes "apparus très exactement" lors de la prise du médicament nouvelle formule, affirme-t-elle, citant notamment une fatigue intense, des crampes, des désordres intestinaux, des vertiges et des "malaises très inquiétants" . Read More »

Myanmar accused of laying mines, causing Rohingya injuries


Seeing the recent precedence of liberal intervention by USA and West in countries like Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan, should not there be an imposition of sanctions against Myanmar over the massive human rights violations or a demand for a separate state for the Rohingyas on the pattern of East Timor or South Sudan. Read More »

Unique LaFerrari Aperta breaks auction record


Ferrari set a new auction record of €8.3 million (R129 million) for a 21st century auto at an RM Sotheby's auction on Saturday, during the icomic carmaker's 70th anniversary celebrations at the Fiorano test circuit, across the road from the factory. Read More »

Under-pressure Frank de Boer convinced Palace will turn corner


We know this is not a one-day project, it's long term. Palace are the only club in English league football yet to score and are the only top flight team since 1923-24 to lose their opening four games without scoring. "Normally you have 10 games to think, "this is the way we like to play", he said. "I thought they were very strong and looked a more familiar side on paper, which I was anxious about". Read More »