• Opioid-Related ER Visits Nearly Doubled in 10 Years
Opioid-Related ER Visits Nearly Doubled in 10 Years

The lawsuit also said opioids became the main source of unintentional drug overdoses in the state. Earlier this year, Gov. Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency for the heroin epidemic. Deaths from fentanyl, a synthetic opioid much more potent than morphine or painkillers sometimes used on its own or to spike other drugs like heroin, increas...

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  • Chinese stocks jump at open after MSCI decision
Chinese stocks jump at open after MSCI decision

Index provider MSCI has chose to include China's A-shares within its Emerging Markets and ACWI indices from June 2018, having received positive feedback from institutional investors it consulted. The move is also expected to give a boost to stocks region wide. In 12 months 222 Chinese companies - most of which are consumer-focused or in the fina...

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  • Deliberations in Milwaukee police shooting enter second day
Deliberations in Milwaukee police shooting enter second day

Closing arguments are set for Tuesday in the trial of a former Milwaukee police officer charged in a fatal shooting that ignited riots past year in the majority black neighborhood where it transpired. Heaggan-Brown and two officers were making their way back to their district station when they made a decision to initiate one last traffic stop. Ch...

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  • Tata Group may buy Air India
Tata Group may buy Air India

If the acquisition of the national carrier goes through, Air India will be back into the fold of Tata Group after the airline was nationalised 64 years back. Air India has not registered profit over the past ten years since 2007. The Tatas already operate AirAsia India with Tata Sons increasing its stake to 40.06 percent from 30 percent earlier b...

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  • Yoga Day at India Sports Centre
Yoga Day at India Sports Centre

By practicing Yoga, a spirit of oneness is created- oneness of the mind, body and the intellect. Oneness with our families, with the society we live in, with fellow human beings, with all the birds, animals and trees with whom we share our handsome planet.

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  • Terror strikes United Kingdom yet again; 1 killed
Terror strikes United Kingdom yet again; 1 killed

He had been inside Muslim Welfare House when a panicked member of his congregation ran inside shortly after midnight and shouted that someone had run over a group of people and tried to kill them. The attack happened as a man who had been taken ill was receiving first aid from the public near the mosque, where people had been saying Ramadan night...

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  • Angolan capital tops list of most expensive cities for expats
Angolan capital tops list of most expensive cities for expats

London was placed 30th in the latest annual Cost of Living Survey 2017 by consultancy Mercer, behind cities such as Copenhagen and Moscow. Main cities in Australia, Brazil and India also marched up the expat costs list. "Currency fluctuations, including the weakening of both the British pound and the euro against the United States dollar, have ...

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  • When exactly is the first day of summer?
When exactly is the first day of summer?

Weather nerds use meteorological seasons with summer being June, July and August, which seems more logical to me. This day marks the time when the northern hemisphere of our planet is most inclined towards the sun, hence the increased amount of daylight.

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  • US fighter jet shoots down Iranian-made drone in Syria
US fighter jet shoots down Iranian-made drone in Syria

The coalition forces "were manning an established combat outpost to the northeast" of the base when the drone flew in, a Pentagon statement said . "We have agreed in the past, that is we and the Russian Federation pro-regime forces, that operations that the coalition were conducting in Syria were effectively degrading ISIS capability, and ...

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  • Yoga connecting world, says Modi as millions celebrate
Yoga connecting world, says Modi as millions celebrate

In the run up to the event, to raise awareness about the International Day of Yoga as well as the benefits of practicing Yoga, the High Commission of India , Abuja, organised Yoga Practice Sessions in number of iconic places across the city since the beginning of June 2017.

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  • Coroner: Otto Warmbier's family objects to autopsy
Coroner: Otto Warmbier's family objects to autopsy

U.S. President Donald Trump called the North a "brutal regime" and offered his "deep condolences" to the family of Otto Warmbier . "Bad things happened but at least we got him home to his parents."He then added with no explanation: "We'll be able to handle it."In a separate written statement, Trump said, "Otto's fate deepens my Administration's ...

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  • Some Flights Canceled Out Of Phoenix Due To Heat
Some Flights Canceled Out Of Phoenix Due To Heat

Certain lanes of a freeway in West Sacramento buckled under the temperatures , a television station in Phoenix aired a live stream of a 600-pound block of ice and a team of meteorologists in Sacramento baked cookies and fried bacon inside a vehicle.

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  • Cuomo, Trump lawyer clash over Russia probe
Cuomo, Trump lawyer clash over Russia probe

During the interview, Carson stated that special prosecutor Robert Mueller has to be given "a chance" to conduct a fair investigation. Meanwhile, Sekulow said Mueller does have a "sterling reputation in Washington D.C.", and if there are conflicts with people he's named to his staff, that will be addressed.

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  • Brain Eating Amoeba: Family Files Lawsuit Over Teen's Death
Brain Eating Amoeba: Family Files Lawsuit Over Teen's Death

In response to those concerns, the park changed its filtration and disinfection system. Mitzi Kline, a spokeswoman for the Franklin County Department of Public Health Department in OH, confirmed the teen died from the brain-eating amoeba in a statement to PEOPLE last summer.

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  • Cavs head into important summer with cloud over GM's future
Cavs head into important summer with cloud over GM's future

While the Knicks don't have any assets outside of Kristaps Porzingis or the No. 8 overall pick to get into play with the sudden trading frenzy, it is still certainly worth inquiring and seeing if they can place themselves into any deals as a third team - shopping Melo and seeing if any assets can be picked up.

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  • Toe Jam: Canadian Police Search Stolen Mummified Toe
Toe Jam: Canadian Police Search Stolen Mummified Toe

And this is how he pays her back. "And stunts like this adversely affect the whole community, not just the Downtown Hotel". The hotel lost the original toe after seven years, when according to the Sourtoe Cocktail Club, "In July 1980, a miner named Garry Younger was trying for the Sourtoe record".

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  • Pakistan army mocks India after Champions Trophy victory
Pakistan army mocks India after Champions Trophy victory

In the current championship tournament against India at Edgbaston, Pakistan pacers and spinners looked blunt as India recovered from a slow start easily to post 319/3 in a revised 48 overs tie. As soon as Pakistan handed a crushing defeat to India, Indian cricket fans on social media started sharing congratulatory messages for the neighboring natio...

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  • Modi does 'asanas' amid showers, says yoga connecting world
Modi does 'asanas' amid showers, says yoga connecting world

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi joined 50,000 students and other residents for a mass yoga session in the pouring rain in the northern city of Lucknow . The celebration also hosted a unique performance of Chinese Taichi, Kongfu and Yoga together as a synchronised dance sequence to open the event. Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani shared ...

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  • Uber joins Lyft in letting riders use the app to tip drivers
Uber joins Lyft in letting riders use the app to tip drivers

Uber says it will expand tipping to additional cities over the next few weeks, and all USA drivers will be able to use the feature by the end of July 2017. "We know there's a long road ahead, but we won't stop until we get there". Uber also has worked to pay back New York City drivers tens of millions in lost wages after incorrectly do...

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  • Russia eases to Confederations Cup win over New Zealand
Russia eases to Confederations Cup win over New Zealand

Glushakov dinked the ball over goalkeeper Stefan Marinovic, before being in a three-man race with two New Zealand defenders who were rushing back to clear the ball off the line. New Zealand is now without a win in four trips to the Confederations Cup , and next plays Mexico on Wednesday in Sochi. The win puts them top of Group A, with Mexico a...

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  • Triumphant Pakistan have core to target further glory
Triumphant Pakistan have core to target further glory

Fakhar had the last laugh, as Pakistan won its first Trophy final by 180 runs, and its first global ODI title in 25 years. Nine of the Pakistan squad members were playing in the Champions Trophy for the first time. "Sometimes you have to sit and say, 'The guy is good enough on the day to tackle anything.' You can only do so much". They'll be up...

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  • India arrests villagers for cheering Pakistan's cricket victory
India arrests villagers for cheering Pakistan's cricket victory

Fakhar Zaman and Mohammad Amir shone as Pakistan defied the odds to overwhelm arch-rivals India by 180 runs and pull off a major upset in the Champions Trophy final at The Oval yesterday. "I'm so happy for the nation of Pakistan who have been waiting for this for a long time". Bottom-ranked Pakistan produced a breathtaking display at London's ...

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  • Lie Detector Test For Kerala Student Who Denied Slashing Swami's Genitals
Lie Detector Test For Kerala Student Who Denied Slashing Swami's Genitals

The bail plea may be considered after receiving the medical report, the prosecution argued.The court accepted the prosecution's arguments and denied bail.In another major development, the court also admitted the petition by the prosecution seeking to conduct brain-mapping and polygraph tests on the law student.

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  • New Zealand beaten in Confederations Cup opener
New Zealand beaten in Confederations Cup opener

Head coach of Russian Federation national team, Stanislav Cherchesov , has President Vladimir Putin's words helped inspire his players to victory in their Confederations Cup opener against New Zealand . Russian Federation set out to start the game strongly, and they did so, with Golovin seeing a shot saved and New Zealand twice needing to c...

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  • Trump calls Warmbier's death 'total disgrace'
Trump calls Warmbier's death 'total disgrace'

The company that organized the trip that took USA student Otto Warmbier to North Korea announced Monday that they would no longer take Americans to the Hermit Kingdom after the 22-year-old died , days after he was released back to his home country.

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  • India arrests villagers for cheering Pakistan cricketers
India arrests villagers for cheering Pakistan cricketers

The News , in a piece headlined "Champions", said: 'When Pakistan was thrashed by India in its opening match of the Champions Trophy , the obituaries were already being written. "They motivated us", explained Sarraz, also Pakistan's captain when they beat India in the 2006 Under-19 World Cup final in Colombo. "I hope this win will boost Pakistan...

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  • United States shoots down drone close to Iraqi-Syrian border - statement
United States shoots down drone close to Iraqi-Syrian border - statement

The incident comes amid rising tensions between coalition forces and the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, which is backed by Russian Federation and Iran. The Syrian army said the plane was hit while on a mission against IS jihadists and warned of "the grave consequences of this flagrant aggression". Fighting and bombardment meanwhile...

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  • Algerian man jailed for dangling baby from window to get Facebook 'likes'
Algerian man jailed for dangling baby from window to get Facebook 'likes'

The baby was held by only a single t-shirt and appeared to be many floors off the ground. Facebook users demanded the father, believed to be from the city of Bab Ezzouar, was tried on child abuse charges, according to Al Arabiya . During the man's hearing, the child's father urged the court to forgive the man, saying he had just been playing a g...

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  • Tropical system targets Gulf Coast
Tropical system targets Gulf Coast

The third tropical storm of 2017, Cindy was stationary Tuesday afternoon but to resume moving and reach the northern Gulf Coast late Wednesday and rumble inland Thursday over western Louisiana and eastern Texas . The southeastern US coast, Gulf of Mexico and the western Caribbean are usual breeding grounds for tropical storms in June. As of 5 ...

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  • Information Bulletin Caribbean: Tropical Storm Bret
Information Bulletin Caribbean: Tropical Storm Bret

Cindy has top sustained winds of 45 miles per hour and the storm is presently stationary in the Gulf. The government of St. Vincent and the Grenadine Islands has discontinued the Tropical Storm Warning for that country. Red flags are flying on the main public beach in Gulf Shores, Alabama, as a warning for people to stay out of the water. Bands...

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  • Pakistan players dominate ICC Team of the Tournament
Pakistan players dominate ICC Team of the Tournament

Pakistan's victory on Sunday was all the more astounding given a 124-run defeat by India in their tournament opener at Edgbaston on June 4. As the team's enforced home away from home since 2009, the UAE is acutely aware of Pakistan's ability to upset expectations and win big games.

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  • Baba Ramdev performs yoga with thousands of people
Baba Ramdev performs yoga with thousands of people

The four-day long yoga event will begin from Sunday. You can lose weight by practising them. "Yoga is also a sport and it should be included under the sports category", said Ramdev. "I would appeal everyone to come out and perform Yoga on the Yoga day (June 21)". Speaking at the third edition of the International Yoga Day here, PM Modi pointed ou...

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  • Tropical Storm Cindy forms in Gulf; what it means for North Carolina
Tropical Storm Cindy forms in Gulf; what it means for North Carolina

Inundation of 1 to 3 feet above ground level is possible along the coast in the tropical storm warning area. Check back for the latest live broadcast from Your Weather Authority Forecast Center. Authorities expect a tropical or subtropical cyclone to form by late Tuesday . "In general, rain chances will diminish with time as high pressure streng...

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  • Pregnant mother shot, killed by police in Seattle
Pregnant mother shot, killed by police in Seattle

Lyles family reports that she had been dealing with mental health issues throughout the pregnancy and had been anxious that officers were coming to take away her other children, one of whom has Down syndrome. "She loved her kids to death, she was always the life of the party and had a smile on her face". Seattle police said the officers imme...

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  • Clovis Oncology's cancer drug Rubraca succeeds in key study
Clovis Oncology's cancer drug Rubraca succeeds in key study

Zacks Invest Mgmt holds 0.01% or 6,635 shares in its portfolio. Franklin Resource has 0.01% invested in Clovis Oncology Inc (NASDAQ: CLVS ) for 565,900 shares. The stock traded at a volume of 13.79 million shares. WARNING: " Clovis Oncology, Inc ". It has outperformed by 266.01% the S&P500. Pub Employees Retirement Association Of Colorado in...

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