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Man Utd and Chelsea face legal threat over disabled standards

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Big money moves were once again the talk of the window in the upper echelons of the league, where the likes of Manchester City , Manchester United , and Liverpool, all forked out huge sums for players they hope will guide them to glory. I want to win titles and feel part of the team and feel important and I really do feel important because the manager makes me feel important. The France global, who captained United against the Swiss champions, limped off in the 3-0 win and some reports ... Read More »

Baby born to mom who refused cancer treatment has died

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In an interview shortly after his wife's death earlier this month, Nick DeKlyen told the Detroit Free Press that they were told Carrie could try chemotherapy or a clinical trial that would nearly certainly prolong her life. Carrie was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumor in April and learned a month later she was pregnant. Nelson, who's taking care of two of Life's five siblings, said she explained the death to her sister, Lelia. Read More »

Arsenal Will Be Without Danny Welbeck Through the International Break

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said that he is certain that the club can win round unhappy fans by putting in "focused" performances on the pitch. Promoted Doncaster now sit in 19th place in League One having taken just six points from their first eight games, but will head for the Emirates Stadium determined to make a mark once again. Read More »

Some Florida students get free meals after Irma

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Irma most devastated Florida's lower Keys. Citizens Property Insurance, which is among the state's largest property insurance companies with some 443,000 policies, has not been able to calculate a projected property loss yet, said Michael Peltier, a spokesman for the state-backed insurer. Read More »

Objection to smoking costs youth his life, friend injured

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According to the police, around 4 a.m., deceased Gurpreet Singh and his 22-year-old friend Maninder Singh, residents of Shahbad Dairy, were doing a recce for their college project near AIIMS and Safdarjung Hospital when accused Rohit Krishna Mahanto started quarrelling with them. Read More »

Hawaii among 14 states making strides to combat climate change

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I agree with Angus that the targets set forth in the Paris Agreement are not strict enough, and that we need to be doing more to combat climate change. However, now Mr Ortega agreed the country should sign on to the deal in a show of solidarity with other nations, particularly given Donald Trump's withdrawal of the United States and widespread criticism by other world leaders he faced as a result. Read More »

Brigham Young University ends Mormon ban on caffeinated soda

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It is a change in cultural policy for a campus that has been "caffeine-free" since the 1950s. Although a topic of controversy, LDS Church officials point out Church doctrine never mentions the use of caffeine. The university will also offer caffeinated options at sporting events. BYU said it made the decision based on consumer demand, not financial needs. Read More »

How national drugstore plans to help in fight against opioid abuse

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The move by CVS could fuel the debate about whether doctors, pharmacy benefit managers, and pharmacies are reacting too stringently to the opioid epidemic, tightening access to prescription opioids so that patients with legitimate pain problems cannot get the treatment they feel they need. Read More »

Opioid overdose deaths chip away at United States life expectancy

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told HuffPost. Officials say that's nearly as high as the number of deaths caused by serious illnesses, like liver or heart disease. "Increases in US life expectancy at birth have leveled off from a mean of 0.20 years gained annually from 1970 to 2000 to 0.15 years gained annually from 2000 to 2014", concluded the study's authors. Read More »

Why Equifax credit monitoring may not be enough

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Equifax reports that hackers were able to access consumer data through a "consumer website application" that was originally meant to be used by the company's US customers. At first, only USA customers were thought to be affected when the hack was made public earlier in September. Accounts or activity that you do not recognize could indicate identity theft. Read More »

Taylor Swift Directs Her Mountain of Taylor Clones in New Behind-the-Scenes Video

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Just before shooting the "falling" scene , the star - wearing a "new and improved" version of the Junior Jewels T-shirt from her " You Belong with Me " music video - jokes she has to "actively try not to be graceful". "Stay tuned to the second half of the video to see the full music video, and skip to 5'10" to see the " Taylor Mountain " scene. That's gotta look weird. Read More »

English League Cup Wrap 20 September 2017

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Lloyd Dyer managed a 90th minute consolation goal for Burton . As for Chelsea , their lead-up to the Carabao Cup game involves a home game in the Champions League against Italian side AS Roma, then another home game against Watford before welcoming Everton , followed by a trip to AFC Bournemouth . Read More »

Experts say not to wait on flu shot

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He says because of how the southern hemisphere was affected by the flu, lies a good indication on how it could hit the United States this coming winter. "In the meantime, you are still at risk for getting the flu". Last year, only 13 percent of college-age residents between the ages of 18-24 were vaccinated in the state of MI. Read More »

Myanmar mob attacks aid shipment headed to Rohingya area

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Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, the United Nations high commissioner for human rights, said the military's "brutal" security campaign was in clear violation of worldwide law, and cited what he called refugees' consistent accounts of widespread extrajudicial killings, rape, and other atrocities. Read More »

IT officials raid VG Sidhartha, son-in-law of former Karnataka CM SM Krishna

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The raids are being carried out over 20 locations in Bengaluru , Mumbai , Chennai and Chikmagalur. The raids are being conducted on the premises of VG Siddhartha who is SM Krishna's son-in-law and owner of Cafe Coffee Day, reports ANI . The Hindu reported that the Income Tax department's search operations were conducted in relation to a new case to verify if there was any undisclosed income and not related to any of the past cases. Read More »

GOP Health Care Proposals Lack Even 'Common-Sense Rationale,' Obama Says

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In keeping with the unwritten tradition that former presidents don't outright disparage a sitting president, Obama did not criticize President Donald Trump by name. "When I see people trying to undo that hard-earned progress for the 50th or 60th time, with bills that would raise costs or reduce coverage, or roll back protections for older Americans or people with pre-existing conditions. Read More »

Retired HC judge booked for trying to 'settle' MCI case

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The Association while demanding immediate suspension of the erring CBI officials has sought a judicial probe into the incident. Providing further information on the case, Twin City police commissioner YB Khurania in a press meet said, "CBI team led by inspector P K Mishra visited the residence of the acting High Court judge CR Dash on the midnight of September 19". Read More »

Devils center Brian Boyle diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia

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The Devils' team doctor, Michael Farber, said the disease was detected early-through Boyle's routine preseason bloodwork-and Boyle's condition is treatable. The 26th overall pick of the 2003 NHL Entry Draft (Los Angeles Kings) has 93 goals, 76 assists and 169 points over 694 career games with the Kings, New York Rangers , Tampa Bay Lightning and Maple Leafs. Read More »

Irresponsible to pass Graham-Cassidy ACA repeal bill

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Lindsey Graham of SC and Louisiana's Bill Cassidy - are still hunting for the 50 GOP votes they'd need to prevail over solid Democratic opposition. Kimmel, whose 4-month-old son Billy needed open heart surgery three days after his birth in April, claimed the senator "wasn't very honest" when he appeared on the show and promised those like his son would be able to get the coverage they needed. Read More »

Massive Sinkhole Swallows Home Spared By Hurricane Irma

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She says the sinkhole measured about 20 feet across and 15 feet deep. According to the Miller's daughter, many generations of belongings were lost to the sinkhole including her father's Bible and a flag from her grandfather's casket. No one was injured. Information is not known if Hurricane Irma caused the sinkhole. "Tearing down really bad", says Gary Miller, adding "We stayed up all night and watched it". Read More »

Flu Shots now Available at Open Door Health Services

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Traditional flu vaccines (called "trivalent" vaccines) are made to protect against three flu viruses; an influenza A (H1N1) virus, an influenza A (H3N2) virus, and an influenza B virus. North Dakota is projected to have a slightly cooler winter, but doctors do not think this year's flu season will be worse than usual. Flu-related deaths in aged care facilities have now reached 21 in Tasmania, the ABC reports . Read More »

Trump Speaks to United Nations General Assembly

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The president said that good governance, democracy, and rule of law were expanding in Africa, emphasizing the proactive role played by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in upholding democracy in the Gambia. He noted that "in all these crises, the primary victims are the people, the most vulnerable being women and children". According to a dispatch from NY, this year's theme is 'Focusing on People - Striving for Peace and a Decent Life for all on a Sustainable Planet'. Read More »