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Brightline kills woman during VIP ride


According to a report in the Sun Sentinel , the train was running smoothly before the incident occurred. Officials said it was unclear what the victim was doing on the tracks. Miami police said O'Connell, who worked for a Metrorail contractor, was off duty and taking pictures at the site. Service to and from Miami is slated to begin later this year, with Orlando to follow on an undetermined date. Read More »

Videos show teens daring each other to eat detergent pods


One video shows a popular YouTuber taking on the challenge. In some videos, teens "cook" the pods in a frying pan before consuming them. Back in 2015, the Onion published a joking article from the perspective of a child wondering what it would be like to eat the highly enticing red and blue-colored detergent, looking like sweets. Read More »

Walgreens Boots Alliance Posts 8% Sales Increase In Q1


Zions Bancorporation lifted its holdings in Walgreens Boots Alliance by 983.3% during the 3rd quarter. For the quarter ending Feb-18, 18 analysts have a mean sales target of 32,214.10 million whilst for the year ending Aug-18, 21 analysts have a mean target of 129,885.00 million. Read More »

Texas Hit By Worst Flu Season in Decades


At the same time , Influenza B is "increasing steadily", with 20 times more detections so far this season compared to the same time periods in the last seven years. "But we want to make sure that everybody knows exactly what they can do to prevent or if not prevent, getting the flu, at least make it not as harsh on them". Read More »

Number of flu-related pediatric deaths rises to 20 — CDC


Though the flu killed three Californians by this time a year ago, 68 people had died from it by the end of February, according to state data. A spokeswoman for the firm said: "We've seen a very high level of demand in the recent week from people looking to protect themselves and their families against flu this winter and has meant some Boots stores temporarily ran out of stock for a limited time". Read More »

After Trump Remark, John Lewis Will Skip State of the Union


She continued, "Why would I take my time to go and listen to a liar?" "No longer can Members of Congress, particularly Republicans, stand with such a risky, disturbed, and deceitful man who is a threat to everything for which America, the greatest democracy on earth, stands", Waters said. Read More »

Becton Dickinson and (BDX) Receives New Coverage from Analysts at Evercore ISI

The Coho Partners Ltd holds 708,357 shares with $138.80M value, down from 749,585 last quarter. (NYSE:TPH) has risen 19.18% since January 12, 2017 and is uptrending. Teachers Retirement Sys Of The State Of Kentucky reported 0.29% stake. Dodge Cox reported 7,730 shares or 0% of all its holdings. Drexel Morgan Communications owns 3,060 shares for 0.61% of their portfolio. Read More »

PSEB announces exam dates for classes 10 and 12


In response, the Board clarifies that tight schedule has been decided so that the students get enough time to prepare for entrance examination like JEE Main , KCET , KEAM , MU OET , etc. The coveted Joint Entrance Examination or JEE - for entrance to technical institutions - is scheduled for April 8, a day before the physical education exam. Read More »

Early voting: Low voter turnout recorded in Anambra Central re-run poll


Justice Tsoho said though the consent judgment he delivered was misconceived because the plaintiff did not disclose some facts to the court. According to the electoral body, the appellate court had in three separate verdicts in suit number CA/EPT/28/2015, delivered on December 7, 2015, CA/A/160/2016 and CA/A/165/2016, both delivered on November 20, 2017, directed it to within 90 days, conduct a rerun for the senatorial district. Read More »

34th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday celebration


The parade is coordinated by the Zeta Sigma Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., the oldest African American fraternity in America, founded in 1906 at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York; Dr. and offered his explanation. Trump disputed the Post's account , tweeting that he "never said anything derogatory about Haitians". "Just one day after those disgraceful, racist comments by the President of the United States in the Oval Office, calling African nations 'shithole ... Read More »

Thomas Fire, California's Largest On Record, Is Now 100 Percent Contained


Two people, a firefighter and a civilian, died in the fire. Closures have been ordered for areas of Los Padres National Forest affected by the blaze. Up to 4 inches of rain fell on the Montecito area. "The only words I can really think of to describe what it looked [like] was it looked like a World War I battlefield", Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown. Read More »

Flu hits York County. Vaccine is less effective this year

Flu viruses circulate in the Southern Hemisphere before they hit the United States, so the flu season in Australia can predict how bad flu season will be in the U.S. People in these groups should consult a health care provider if they suspect infection with the flu and should begin antiviral medications if recommended by their doctor as soon as possible. Read More »

Flu ravages the State of Texas!


Flu season often begins in October, peaks between December and February, and can last as late as May, said the agency . Of those, two-thirds of the hospitalizations have involved residents over the age of 65, with multiple outbreaks in long-term care facilities. Read More »

Tide was in danger of losing Tagovailoa, former OC Kiffin says


Why he would do it? We'll never know. The point is Saban mustered up the courage - with possibly some prodding from his offensive assistants - to pull the trigger and Tagavailoa exceeded beyond wildest expectations. 1 in SEC history among coaches with at least five years. Oddly enough, this isn't the first time Saban was mentioned in connection with the Giants job . Read More »

Supreme Court Agrees to Consider Internet Sales Taxes


The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear Texas's appeal of a lower court decision to strike down the state's congressional and legislative voter maps. The primaries for all partisan races in Texas is March 6. The Supreme Court has ruled on multiple occasions that race can not be a major factor in the way lines are drawn, but it has yet to set a standard for how much politics is too much. Read More »

Surgeon who burned initials onto patients' livers fined $13600


The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS ) said Bramhall marked his initials on the patients' livers without their consent "for no clinical reason" using a medical instrument created to seal bleeding blood vessels. A photograph of the organ showing the 4cm high letters, taken on a mobile phone, was used as evidence in the case. But Worcester antiques dealer Jeff Hughes, who had two liver section operations carried out by Dr Bramhall, at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham in 2010 and 2011, said ... Read More »

Critics Laud The Post As 2018's Best Movie!


The classified papers contended that young Americans were sent off to fight the war in Vietnam despite all the Presidents knowing the prospects of winning, were dim. And oh! how we loved the smell of the freshly printed newspaper. One week into 2018 and we finally get a wide release of one of the most anticipated period pieces of this awards season: Steven Spielberg's The Post . Read More »

FDA Orders Labeling Changes For Certain Cough And Cold Medicines


The safety labeling changes will require that the medicines have labels that no longer indicate that such drugs are appropriate for anyone under the age of 18. "It's critical that we protect children from unnecessary exposure to prescription cough medicines containing codeine or hydrocodone", he added. And while they say some kids' cough require treatment, symptoms usually subside on their own. Read More »

Experts raise concerns over raw meat diets for cats and dogs


When the meat is thawed and then given to pets , the bacteria's still there to pose all kinds of risks to both pets and humans. Those risks don't just apply to the pets themselves, says Paul Overgaauw, a veterinarian and visiting researcher at Utrecht University . Read More »

Shallow 6.0-magnitude natural disaster hits Myanmar


No casualties or major damage to houses were reported, U Soe Aung, deputy minister for Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement told Xinhua. Residents said their six-story building shook three times, with the strongest quake lasting at least a minute. Read More »

KFC Canada Is Accepting Bitcoin For Fried Chicken


KFC Canada officially introduced this Bitcoin Bucket saying, Welcome to 2018 Canada! Time to get yourself some of that finger lickin' good food, Canada! This doesn't mean that you can just walk into KFC location in Canada and pay with crypto at the cash counter. Read More »

Major malfunction in the recall procedures for Lactalis baby milk


France's Minister of Agriculture Stephan Traver spoke of a "major malfunction" in the process of recalling milk-based Lactalis products today after distributors had announced that they had sold some of the products that should have been removed from shelves because of Salmonella contamination. Read More »

Celgene (CELG) PT Set at $110.00 by Deutsche Bank

Celgene ( CELG ) traded up $1.78 during trading hours on Monday, reaching $106.36. On Thursday, Shares of Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ: CELG ) expressed a change of -0.83% and closed its trade at $104.58. Credit Agricole S A reported 689,535 shares or 0.34% of all its holdings. 26,172 were reported by Nippon Life Insur. Healthcor Mgmt Lp holds 2.65% in Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ: CELG ) or 543,180 shares. Read More »

Florida plagued by herpes-riddled monkeys that can kill humans


It indicates that they should be removed from the wildlife as they are excreting a virus that is contagious to the human beings. Wildlife managers in Florida say they need to expel wandering monkeys from the state in light of another investigation distributed Wednesday that discovers a portion of the creatures are discharging an infection that can be risky to people. Read More »

Kwara United's team bus involved in road crash


The Ilorin-based team had a great season in the Nigerian National League (NNL) last season, which ensured they got promotion to the NPFL for the new season. Since the bulk of the players needed to play the match were not injured, they should be able to play the match", he said. Bibire said the remaining officials and players, who did not sustain injuries, were later conveyed by another vehicle to Ilorin. Read More »

Stock Price Performance Check (9.19%) on Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd (AEM)

The day began at US$46.92 but the price moved to US$46.71 at one point during the trading and finally capitulating to a session high of US$47.25. TD Securities reiterated a "hold" rating and issued a $61.00 price target on shares of Agnico Eagle Mines Limited in a research report on Monday, November 21st. Read More »

O'Neill and Keane in line to make Stoke move


Despite O'Neill taking time off for a holiday to reflect, fears of him walking away were allayed by his visit to the FAI headquarters before Christmas to plan for 2018 and attend the association's Christmas party. He is held in high regard at the club, with a further pull factor for Stoke the fact that O'Neill has yet to sign the contract he has verbally agreed with the FAI, meaning the club won't have to pay any compensation. Read More »

'Dangerously cold' wind chills threaten millions from Great Lakes to New England


Sunday morning was expected to bring the coldest temperatures from Portland, Maine, to Washington, D.C. More seasonable weather is expected to return early next week with temperatures in the high 30s and near 40s. Six deaths were reported in Wisconsin, four in Texas, three in North Carolina, and one each in Ohio, Michigan, Missouri, North Dakota, South Carolina and Virginia. Read More »

Woman in posh hotel alleges molestation, accused arrested


The accused met the complainant on January 8 and Kharbanda allegedly invited her to his room. The woman left the room then and went to Jaipur the next day, Additional Commissioner of Police ( New Delhi ) BK Singh, said. She filed a complaint after she returned to Delhi, he added. On January 10, she approached the police with a complaint, following which a case was registered and the accused was arrested. Read More »