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Spicer said the Senators would be briefed by four top officials of the administration. "I don't want to get into the details of the briefing itself, but I think it's clear that they are going to take more steps, and steps to pressure China as well as others in the region, to get the results we need, which is peaceful denuclearization", said Senator Cory Gardner, who is a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
  • United States home sales rise shoot up to 10-year high

    United States home sales rise shoot up to 10-year high

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    And even inventory levels rose, at least on a month-by-month basis. Total existing home sales, completed transactions including single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops, increased 4.4% to a seasonally adjusted rate of 5.71 million in March, according to NAR's report.
  • EPA head Scott Pruitt calls for exit from Paris climate agreement

    EPA head Scott Pruitt calls for exit from Paris climate agreement

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    Chevron Corp. Chief Executive Officer John Watson said in a Columbia University Center on Global Energy Policy podcast that more needs to be known about how the Paris accord will translate into policy under Trump. U.S. President Donald Trump's skepticism of climate change guarantees that his administration will cede leadership on the issue. And the president has several possible techniques for formally extricating the U.S.: He can make the change unilaterally or punt the decision to the ...
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    Girls Recap: "Latching" - Series Finale

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    According to Dan Fienberg, "This was an ideal finale for " Girls " because, taken in the right frame of mind, it offered the heart and humor that marked the show at its best and gave all three actresses many moments to shine". She types it in, and at the same time , Robyn's awesome song "Dancing On My Own" starts playing. So it was a good moment on Sunday when Hannah's mother , Loreen ( Becky Ann Baker ), offered Marnie , who'd moved in to help with Grover , the advice that it ...
  • Search warrants in Prince's death to be unsealed Monday

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    Court documents released by Minnesota authorities on Monday (17Apr17) show that the police officers who responded to the scene after the singer's death at his Paisley Park mansion on 21 April past year (16) found "numerous" pills in his bedroom and other areas of his home.
  • Rare brain parasite, transmitted by slugs, raises alarm in Hawaii

    Rare brain parasite, transmitted by slugs, raises alarm in Hawaii

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    In addition this year, there have also been three (3) confirmed Hawaii Island resident cases. Two newlyweds from California are among the latest victims of the rat lungworm disease that is affecting Hawaii. "Some suggest that it's due to snails or slugs in the ship ballasts-ships coming from Asia and going through the Panama Canal". Next thing you know, your brain is being invaded and it doesn't sound good at all.
  • With Bill Passage, West Virginia Set to Become 29th MMJ State

    With Bill Passage, West Virginia Set to Become 29th MMJ State

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    The bill would call for a 4.5 cent increase on the gas tax, as well as a 1 percent increase on the consumer sales tax, according to Justice during the news conference. For addiction treatment, West Virginia now has more than 1,100 beds but struggles to meet demand. They voted 74-24 to pass the bill. SB 437 discontinues the Greyhound Breeding Development Fund, financed from the bets made at the tracks, under the state Racing Commission and transfers $15 million money to the Excess Lottery ...
  • Meet the Toledo Zoo's newborn baby giraffe

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    The park also posted the following facts on their Facebook page . The calf will weigh around 150lb and will be about 6′ tall at birth. The calf with stay with April for 6-10 months then be re-homed. The 8-year-old giraffe named Orla gave birth to a baby boy at the Chester Zoo while the cameras were waiting. She and her mother, Elli, won't meet the public until around Memorial Day.
  • FDA OKs 23andMe At-Home Genetic Test Predicting Risk Of 10 Diseases

    FDA OKs 23andMe At-Home Genetic Test Predicting Risk Of 10 Diseases

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    Even though GHR tests update genetic risk information, the tests will not conclude that a person is at risk of developing a certain disease or condition. Most, like factor XI deficiency , a blood clotting disorder, and Gaucher disease type 1 , an organ and tissue illness, and celiac disease are rare.
  • Suspected Isis recruiters arrested in St Petersburg in wake of metro attack

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    The committee said the suspects were seeking to involve recruited citizens in the activity of other illegal armed formations, including on the territory of foreign states. "Bastrykin instructed to thoroughly investigate all circumstances of the incident and to check all information about the suspect, including to scrutinize his contacts for possible accomplices who are members of the ISIL (former name of the Islamic State) terrorist group, outlawed in Russian Federation", the spokeswoman said.
  • Babies Born With Zika-Related Birth Defects In The US Last Year

    Babies Born With Zika-Related Birth Defects In The US Last Year

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    Twenty-four of these women either had a fetus or baby with defects, said the CDC Vital Signs report, the first research of its kind to be released since the mosquito-borne virus made its way into the United States previous year. Of those, 24 completed their pregnancy with a fetus or baby that suffered birth defects linked to the virus, the CDC said. Peggy Honein with the CDC's Zika Response team said that many babies born to mothers with possible Zika infection "are not receiving brain ...
  • Ralph Lauren to close flagship Polo store in Manhattan

    Ralph Lauren to close flagship Polo store in Manhattan

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    Among those new retail projects the company is developing is Ralph's Coffee . One job it must fill is the chief executive spot: Stefan Larsson is exiting May 1, after a little over a year on the job. A spokeswoman for Ralph Lauren did not immediately respond to CNBC's questions regarding whether the decision to close its Fifth Avenue flagship was related to a disruption in business because of its proximity to Trump Tower.
  • White House turns blue for World Autism Awareness Day

    White House turns blue for World Autism Awareness Day

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    Donald Trump mentioned that society needed to continue to research autism in order to improve how to identify signs of it, how to best intervene, and how to open up more opportunities for individuals who have autism. According to the prestigious Cleveland Clinic , autism is a "huge problem" in Qatar, which has seen a sharp rise in cases in recent years. It is being held to create awareness about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and to mark World Autism Awareness Day .
  • Unexploded wartime bomb threatens 163rd Boat Race

    Unexploded wartime bomb threatens 163rd Boat Race

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    The discovery comes just one day before the 163rd Boat race between Oxford and Cambridge Universities. "The new authority will ineviatbly create stronger ties between Peterborough and the county of Cambridgeshire and although Cambridge is not part of that authority it will be in everyone's best interests to promote the "Cambridgeshire" powerhouse', he said".
  • Playing Tetris 'can prevent painful flashbacks for crash victims'

    Playing Tetris 'can prevent painful flashbacks for crash victims'

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    Intrusive memories are one of the main symptoms of PTSD, an anxiety disorder developed by one in four people who have been in motor accidents. Emily Holmes, professor of psychology at Karolinska Institutet's Department of Clinical Neuroscience, has spent many years studying the kind of preventative effects that behavioural interventions - such as a procedure including the computer game Tetris - can have on reducing intrusive memories after experimental trauma.
  • Many area counties ranked among worst in state in new health study

    Many area counties ranked among worst in state in new health study

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    The County Health Rankings report by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute is created to help explain the factors that influence the health of the community. For example, Pezzino said, Douglas County continues to score well in health behaviors, ranking ninth out of the 102 ranked Kansas counties. In Escambia County, which for 2017 ranks 58 out of the state's 67 counties, the premature death rate has been trending up over the last ...
  • Debutant Kuldeep restricts Australia to 208-6 at tea

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    Umesh dismissed Shaun Marsh for five before Kuldeep returned to torment the tourists during the second session which yielded five wickets for the hosts. The century was Smith's third of the series and seventh against India in eight Tests. And then, Kuldeep said something that indicated maturity beyond his years.