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Jul 10 2016

Study of experimental treatment for leukemia abruptly halted this week

But they added that such setbacks are part of the research process. Regulators have said they'll review that information quickly, but it's anyone's guess when such a revi...

Jul 10 2016

Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel to have knee surgery Monday

Kimbrel prepped at Lee High in Huntsville before playing for Wallace State in Hanceville. Red Sox manager John Farrell said Kimbrel injured his left knee before the g...

Jul 09 2016

Europeans' Privacy Shield Approval Pleases US Tech Groups

The European Commission member states have approved the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield framework for transatlantic flow and storage of data. German Economics Minister Sigma...

Jul 02 2016

Avoiding West Nile Virus

Boston also recommends ensuring there are good screens for doors and windows, using air conditioners whenever possible to avoid leaving doors and windows open, and gettin...

Jul 02 2016

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence Meeting with Donald Trump this Weekend

He's seriously considering former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Alabama Sen. MSNBC reported Friday that yet another person is under consi...

Jul 02 2016

South Korea: 6th Zika case confirmed

In the ongoing crisis around Zika-linked birth defects, attention has been largely focused on infants born with too-small heads, or microcephaly. Researchers in Brazil ...

Jun 29 2016

Two Dead in Shooting in Oregon; Suspect at Large

The suspect was detained without incident by the Oregon State Police, Lt. "One male was found deceased outside", Baldridge said. Mosier was in the news recently when ...

Jun 28 2016

Taylor Swift meets new BF Tom Hiddleston's mom

June 24 - Taylor takes Tom to meet her parents in Nashville. From the looks of a T Swift fan's Instagram account, it seems they're checking out the sights at the Coloss...

Jun 28 2016

AIDS Delaware Encourages People To Get Tested On National HIV Testing Day

More than a million people in the United States of America are living with HIV, and 1 in 8 people with HIV do not even know they are infected with the virus, it added. ...

Jun 27 2016

Allina nurses back to work following strike

The nurses are striking over a change in health insurance plans, staffing numbers, and workplace safety. Penny Wheeler, MD, president and CEO of Allina, also noted to t...

Jun 26 2016

EU founding states call for quick Brexit start

That timeframe is highly unrealistic given the political turmoil in Britain. The British vote will stoke fears of a domino-effect of exit votes in eurosceptic member st...

Jun 26 2016

Diplomats from EU's founding 6 meet in Berlin to talk Brexit

Initiated by Germany and France, the reform effort is meant to prevent countries with strong euro-sceptic movements such as France and the Netherlands from holding votes ...

Jun 25 2016

Big Banks Pass Annual Stress Test

Under the Fed's most extreme scenario in this year's test, the U.S. economy falls into a deep recession causing the stock market to plunge by 50 per cent. Deutsche Bank e...

Jun 24 2016

Rattlesnake bites groom during photo shoot

A rattlesnake came out of nowhere and bit the groom in Colorado in the US. "The ranger, obviously not hearing what we said, yelled back, 'Congratulations!'" The couple ...

Jun 24 2016

More crews to battle growing Colorado fire

The blaze, which has burned some 67 square miles, is about 2 ½ miles north of Cedar Creek. Officials said that crews will be working at the southwestern corner of the fir...

Jun 24 2016

Bad News For Kids Who Don't Like Flu Shots

According to the latest data from the 2015-2016 flu season, in children from 2 to 17, the nasal flu vaccine was only 3% percent effective. FluMist is now the only non...

Jun 23 2016

Ohio capital to get $40M as "Smart City" competition winner

Sen. "This grant, combined with its public-private investment, will help reshape the transportation sector in central OH for decades to come, and I'd like to congratula...

Jun 23 2016

Heat Advisory in effect from noon until 9 p.m.

Wear lightweight and loose-fitting clothing when possible and drink plenty of water, the weather service said. Hikers will be allowed only a half-mile down the trail ...

Jun 23 2016

Bear that attacked marathon runner killed

Nearby runners helped the victim until an emergency crew arrived. There was some sort of seep or pond or mucky area at the top of that little hill and when I topped it a ...

Jun 23 2016

Hong Kong is most expensive city for expatriates

Dublin is one of only three euro zone cities listed in the top 50 most expensive cities in the world for expatriates to live in and work in. Now in its 22nd year, the...