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This case involved lines, chevrons, and colorful shapes on cheerleader uniforms. The Varsity Brands designs that started the legal battle. Justice Stephen Breyer, joined by Justice Anthony Kennedy, dissented, arguing that even under the majority's test, the designs can not be perceived as separate from the cheerleading uniform.
  • Vets remove over 900 coins from stomach of turtle called 'Bank'

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    The German press agency adds that she had been living in a local turtle pond but was sent to a conservation center owned by the Thai navy this summer when her local pond closed down. "But an X-ray and a CT scan revealed a massive chunk of objects", Nuntarika said. The stash was too big to take out through the 10-cm (4-inch) incision they had made, so it had to be removed a few coins at a time.
  • Facebook is finally testing a Dislike button

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    The new Dislike reaction is a big deal because Facebook has been against adding it to the News Feed. Facebook Reactions include the "love", "haha", "wow", "sad" and "angry" options. No matter how many times Mark Zuckerberg says he will never, ever make one, at least once a year, it seems, a fresh rumor picks up steam. The current testing is to reflect the emotions or feelings of a user on a message.
  • Active Volume Stock: Kite Pharma, Inc. (NASDAQ:KITE)

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    Fred Locke, a blood cancer expert at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa who co-led the study and has been a paid adviser to Kite. Kite Pharma's axicabtagene ciloleucel demonstrated an objective response rate (ORR) of 82% and a complete response (CR) rate of 54% for patients with aggressive non-Hodgkin lymphoma in the ZUMA-1 trial.
  • Read Across America: Dr. Seuss birthday parties in Lehigh Valley

    Read Across America: Dr. Seuss birthday parties in Lehigh Valley

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    And schools across the district are stapling and gluing up decorations inspired by Dr. Seuss books and artwork. Photographs and information on the dress-up days will be posted on the school's Facebook page. Friday they read 'Fox In Socks.' Everybody wore silly or mismatched socks. The reason Viking was chosen Martin revealed. "One lady had a tiger in the baby stroller", he said.
  • Three More Flu Deaths in Tulsa County

    Three More Flu Deaths in Tulsa County

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    It's no secret that the flu bug is going around, hitting offices, schools and leaving many feeling under the weather. Deaths from flu-related conditions are at high levels, and the CDC reported that hospitalizations for children under 4 and adults over 65 are up.
  • Every week 5 new rare diseases are discovered

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    In the USA, a disease is considered rare if it affects under 200,000 people. The theme for this year's Rare Disease Day is "research" that brings hope to the millions of people living with a rare disease across the world and their families.
  • 'Family-type environment' helped bring Mitchell to 49ers

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    The deal with Mitchell marks the first big contract the 49ers have handed out since hiring John Lynch as their general manager on January 30. "I'm not one of those types of guys who looks into the past", Mitchell said. "As soon as Earl hit the open market, he became a priority for us to sign", Lynch said in a statement Saturday. "Earl is a tone-setter who plays the game with a tremendous passion and the effort necessary to win in this league", Lynch added.
  • L Brands, Inc. (LB) Receives Neutral Rating from Wedbush

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    TIAA CREF Investment Management LLC now owns 667,246 shares of the company's stock valued at $47,221,000 after buying an additional 9,734 shares in the last quarter. The company's quarterly revenue was down 1.3% compared to the same quarter past year. During the same quarter in the previous year, the business posted $2.15 earnings per share.
  • Austins Bar & Grill welcomes customers after deadly shooting

    Austins Bar & Grill welcomes customers after deadly shooting

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    According to witnesses at the Olathe bar, the 51-year-old accused shouted, "Get out of my country" before opening fire at Kuchibhotla and his friend. Alok Madasani, also 32 and of Indian descent, along with another bar patron, 24-year-old Ian Grillot, were also injured in the shooting .
  • Health officials investigating potential cases of the mumps

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    In Toronto, public health officials said Friday that there were 17 confirmed cases of mumps in the city, all involving people between 18 and 35 years of age who had frequented west-end bars. "Mumps can be spread easily", said Dr. Chris Sikora, medical officer of health with AHS. Those with no record of MMR that decline to be vaccinated should not attend class for 25 days after exposure to mumps.
  • Heroin Overdose Deaths Quadruple Between 2010 and 2015

    Heroin Overdose Deaths Quadruple Between 2010 and 2015

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    Although the percentage of overdose deaths from heroin is rising, the percentage of deaths from some types of prescription opioids, including oxycodone and hydrocodone, has declined slightly, dropping from 29 percent of all drug overdose deaths in 2010 to 24 percent in 2015, the report said.
  • Cat ownership not linked to mental health problems

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    Gondii ), which has been linked to disorders such as schizophrenia . Four years ago a study by the University of MI, based on data from a million people, found that more than 40 per cent who had suffered a cat bite went on to suffer from depression, although authors suggested possible reasons other than the parasite, such as that lonely people are more likely to have both a cat and symptoms of depression.