• Inside the Booze-Soaked 1980s When Brett Kavanaugh Was in High School

    Inside the Booze-Soaked 1980s When Brett Kavanaugh Was in High School

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    The Committee is set to vote on Kavanaugh's confirmation on Friday morning. Kavanaugh denies Ford's allegations and the characterization of a booze-soaked adolescence, and has insisted he focused on sports, school, and church . People have drinking problems in lots of families, Klobuchar said. "Nor do I", he said. "And she asked me a question at the end that I responded by asking her a question".
  • Women die in flooded van driven by South Carolina deputies

    Women die in flooded van driven by South Carolina deputies

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    Horry County Deputy Tom Fox told WPDE-TV the victims were mental health patients being transported from one facility to another. Officials said the van was near the Little Pee Dee River, one of the bodies of water state officials are watching closely following the heavy rains of Florence.
  • Daily aspirin unlikely to help healthy older people live longer, study finds

    Daily aspirin unlikely to help healthy older people live longer, study finds

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    The study found an aspirin-a-day did not prolong life free of disability, or significantly reduce the risk of a first heart attack or stroke among participants - with little difference between the placebo and aspirin groups. It had previously been thought by many that a low daily dose of the blood-thinning medicine benefits older people. The participants were followed for around 4.7 years and could also not have dementia or a physical disability and had to be free of medical ...
  • 3 big reasons behind Andrew Gillum’s upset victory in Democratic primary

    3 big reasons behind Andrew Gillum’s upset victory in Democratic primary

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    Steele said about other word choices. Gillum was the only Democrat in the governor's race to call for the impeachment of President Donald Trump . Democrats will likely use a comment by DeSantis Wednesday that some call racist. His opponents didn't go after what could prove to be Gillum's biggest vulnerability, ongoing investigations into possible corruption in Tallahassee government, where he is mayor.
  • Warren Beatty Will Be A Pallbearer At John McCain’s Funeral

    Warren Beatty Will Be A Pallbearer At John McCain’s Funeral

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    After McCain retired from the Navy in 1981, he served in the U.S. House of Representatives for four years and then was elected to the United States Senate in 1987. President Donald Trump broke his silence on the passing of U.S. Sen. Arizona Sen. McCain, the war hero who became the GOP's standard-bearer in the 2008 election, has died.
  • Trump and Obama lead tributes after John McCain's death

    Trump and Obama lead tributes after John McCain's death

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    After battling brain cancer for over a year, Senator John McCain has died at the age of 81 . However, just yesterday, the McCain family released a statement saying he was no longer going to seek treatment. The family of the six-term USA senator announced on Friday that he had chose to end treatment in his battle against brain cancer, which he had fought against for over a year.
  • Dallas County reports first death from West Nile Virus this Year

    Dallas County reports first death from West Nile Virus this Year

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    The virus is transmitted to mosquitoes that feed off infected birds. Symptoms of these diseases might include headache, rash, high fever, stiff neck, mental confusion, muscle weakness, tremors, convulsions, coma, and paralysis. The disease, which has infected more than 150 people in the past six years, is on track to pose an unusually higher-than-normal risk this year and is widespread throughout the commonwealth, having already been found in 51 Pennsylvania counties as of August 1, ...
  • ISIS claims responsibility for Toronto attack, Canadian police say no evidence

    ISIS claims responsibility for Toronto attack, Canadian police say no evidence

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    A Toronto Police forensic identification services van parked in front of the Thorncliffe Park area apartment building where shooting suspect Faisal Hussain lived, July 23, 2018 . The ISIS, through the group's AMAQ news agency, had claimed responsibility for the Toronto shooting, but did not provide any evidence to support the claim .
  • Woman eats 37 hot dogs to win July 4 eating contest

    Woman eats 37 hot dogs to win July 4 eating contest

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    Who knew eating hot dogs could be an extreme sport?! The second place was seated by Carmen Cincotti with 64 hot dogs, while Darron Breeden came third with 43 hot dogs. You can sign up for a free 7-day trial of both bundles , and you can then watch the contest live on your computer via the Sling TV website, or on your phone, tablet or streaming device via the Sling TV app.
  • US FDA greenlights its first cannabis-based drug

    US FDA greenlights its first cannabis-based drug

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    Beyond the USA, the medicine is now under review by the European Medicines Agency for the treatment of seizures in patients with Lennox-Gastaut or Dravet syndrome. He also reaffirmed that "the FDA is committed to this kind of careful scientific research and drug development". "It's an unbelievable plant with so many different chemical compounds that can fix medical problems", Defran said.
  • Yoga Is A Ray Of Hope For Our Future, Says Pm Modi

    Yoga Is A Ray Of Hope For Our Future, Says Pm Modi

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    The first International Yoga Day was observed all over the world on June 21, 2015. "I hope that Yoga can become binding force for the world", he said. The harmony yoga brings is not just mental but social and spiritual. Kerstin, a yoga teacher herself, has been practising yoga for 18 years. Initially it was hard but now I am sleeping better, spending more time with my spouse and also other people like me in the park.
  • GOP senators weigh trade fight with Trump

    GOP senators weigh trade fight with Trump

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    It's unclear how much Democratic support exists and there's now no commitment their House counterparts would follow suit. Jeff Flake , a Republican, told reporters. "Madame President, I'm still speaking", Flanagan said . The idea being pursued by Corker, Sen. "The best way to summarize this bill is that it takes the next steps", Armed Services Chairman Mac Thornberry, R-Tx., said on the House floor last month.
  • Fears in DRC as Ebola spreads to urban centre

    Fears in DRC as Ebola spreads to urban centre

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    According to DRC's Health Minister Oly Ilunga, a victim of the deadly virus has been confirmed in the northwestern city of Mbandaka, which is 150km away from the rural area where the outbreak was first detected earlier this month. Mbandaka, a city of nearly 1.2 million people, is in a busy travel corridor in Congo's northwest Equateur province and is upstream from the capital, Kinshasa, a city of about 10 million.
  • Pakistan beat Ireland by 5 wickets in historic Test

    Pakistan beat Ireland by 5 wickets in historic Test

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    Set a target of 160 to win in the final innings, Pakistan overcame early jitters to claim a comfortable victory in the end. O'Brien's unbeaten effort took Ireland past Pakistan's score and to a healthy lead of 139 runs, and perhaps even gave them hopes of pulling off a miraculous Test victory.