• Tiger Woods had 5 drugs in his system at time of arrest
Tiger Woods had 5 drugs in his system at time of arrest

Woods had Vicodin, Dilaudid, Xanax, Ambien and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) in his system, according to the results made public Monday now that the criminal investigation into Woods' case is no longer active. "I recently completed an out of state private intensive program", Woods tweeted July 3. Tiger Woods is seen performing field sobriety tes...

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  • Jeremie Boga's Chelsea debut cut short after Gary Cahill saw early red
Jeremie Boga's Chelsea debut cut short after Gary Cahill saw early red

Republic of Ireland global Stephen Ward has penned a contract extension with Premier League club Burnley . Republic of Ireland worldwide Stephen Ward has signed a new contract with Burnley . Burnley made it 3-0 before half-time when Vokes headed in Defour's free-kick. Injury meant the left-back was restricted to just nine top-flight appe...

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  • PM Narendra Modi to address nation
PM Narendra Modi to address nation

The PM's speech is also expected cover issues like global warming, an issue that has come into focus after the United States pulled out of the Paris Climate Agreement that has prompted both India and China to take a lead in the climate change dialogue.

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  • Fleas in two Arizona counties test positive for the plague
Fleas in two Arizona counties test positive for the plague

The plague can also be transmitted through bodily fluids such as respiratory droplets. County officials advise against allowing pets to run free, as they could pick up infected fleas . Humans can contract the plague in a number of ways. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease and Prevention, an average of seven human cases are diagnosed each y...

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  • Yemen's cholera epidemic surpasses half-million suspected cases, United Nations agency says
Yemen's cholera epidemic surpasses half-million suspected cases, United Nations agency says

Deteriorating hygiene and sanitation conditions، and disruptions to the water supply have exacerbated the spread of the water-borne illness. Firas Khatib, 33, was greeted... More than 99% of people sick with suspected cholera who can access health services are surviving. The UN is supporting partners to set up cholera treatment clinics, rehabilit...

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  • Trump Tells CNN's Acosta: 'I Like Real News, Not Fake News
Trump Tells CNN's Acosta: 'I Like Real News, Not Fake News

Answering proudly, and stating again why, would have sent a strong message reinforcing his original, albeit too late, remarks. Acosta then asked for a press conference on the issue. He was asked by reporters why he waited so long to condemn hate groups. But he did not take questions from reporters. And as I have said many times before, no matter ...

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  • Amazon recalls eclipse glasses; US sellers stunned by sudden move
Amazon recalls eclipse glasses; US sellers stunned by sudden move

The solar eclipse will cross the U.S. from OR to SC over the course of an hour-and-a-half and 14 USA states will experience night-like darkness for approximately two minutes in the middle of the day. We're also right up to the edge of purchasing the proper glasses from the site in time for the eclipse for those without Prime. This list comes fr...

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  • Jeremy McConnell handed 12-month suspended sentence
Jeremy McConnell handed 12-month suspended sentence

BBC is reporting that the former Hollyoaks actress claim in court during the trail that her ex was "psychotic" and was "going to kill her". In a victim impact statement read to the court, Miss Davis, who was not present, said the attack had left her a "nervous wreck".

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  • More than 600 thousand Syrian refugees returned home in 2017,
More than 600 thousand Syrian refugees returned home in 2017,

Speaking on Friday, UNHCR spokesman Andrej Mahecic said his agency was now seeing a "notable trend of spontaneous returns to and within Syria" in 2017. According to the IOM, "an estimated 808,661 people were displaced, many for the second or third time, and over 6 million in total now remain displaced within the country".

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  • Sean Maguire handed Republic of Ireland call-up
Sean Maguire handed Republic of Ireland call-up

O'Neill, who has made no secret of his desire to uncover somebody capable of scoring regularly for Ireland, gave the impression that Maguire's call-up might have been delayed somewhat by his overall performance in last season's FAI Cup final despite the then City player ultimately scoring the dame's only goal in extra time.

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  • Stephen Ward signs new two-year deal with Burnley
Stephen Ward signs new two-year deal with Burnley

The Republic of Ireland worldwide - fresh from scoring a wonder goal in Saturday's opening day victory at champions Chelsea - has agreed a deal running until June, 2019 with the option of a possible further 12 months. The Clarets conjured all three of their goals in the opening period, capitalising on Gary Cahill's early sending-off, as Sam Vok...

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  • Heather Heyer Is the Young Woman Who Was Murdered Protesting Against Hate
Heather Heyer Is the Young Woman Who Was Murdered Protesting Against Hate

Lee was to be taken down, when a white nationalist plowed his auto into a crowd of people, injuring about 19 people and killing Heyer. Fields has been charged with one count of second degree murder, three counts of malicious wounding, and one count of failing to stop, according to officials.

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  • MACC raids Phee's service centre, houses
MACC raids Phee's service centre, houses

Norlela had expressed disappointment after claiming that she was being blamed for the arrest of Phee following her efforts to close down the illegal carbon filter factory. The MACC and several enforcement agencies also raided the factory Thursday, following complaints from villagers who feared fumes from the factory could affect their health.

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  • Bryce Harper leaves game with apparent knee injury
Bryce Harper leaves game with apparent knee injury

The game began just after 10 p.m. following a 3-hour rain delay. They are bound to be upset and anxious now. The 2015 MVP is having another spectacular season, hitting.327 with 29 home runs and 87 RBIs while playing in 105 of the Nationals' first 113 games.

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  • Bruno Mars Goes Above and Beyond to Aid Flint Water Crisis Victims
Bruno Mars Goes Above and Beyond to Aid Flint Water Crisis Victims

The funds from the donation were directed from Mars and Live Nation to The Community Foundation of Greater Flint, which is now addressing the aftermath of the water crisis. Due to insufficient water treatment, it was later found to contain unsafe levels of lead. During his performance of his song "Just the Way You Are", Mars paused to make the ...

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  • UK Expected To Unveil Post-Brexit NI Border Plan This Week
UK Expected To Unveil Post-Brexit NI Border Plan This Week

European Union negotiators have warned that an already-tight timetable could be delayed ahead of a scheduled March 2019 exit. Brussels has refused to start talks on a post-Brexit relationship with London until the immediate issues of Britain's withdrawal، including its "divorce bill،" have been settled.

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  • Donut Shop Responsible For Infecting 300 With Norovirus
Donut Shop Responsible For Infecting 300 With Norovirus

County health officials say more than 200 cases of norovirus have been linked to a doughnut shop in northwest Ohio. She said, "We feel sorry about it". The couple, who have owned the beloved local business for 14 years, told the station that their customers are "apart of their family". Norovirus, sometimes referred to as the winter vomiting bug i...

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  • 30 children, including newborns, die in India hospital
30 children, including newborns, die in India hospital

The government however said that only seven had died . Doctors at BRD Medical College said the company that supplied liquid oxygen to the hospital - Pushpa Sales - had stopped the supply after its pending bills amounting to Rs 66 lakh were not cleared.

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  • Low calorie drinks can make you PILE ON THE POUNDS
Low calorie drinks can make you PILE ON THE POUNDS

A new study, however, suggests that these types of food may actually make them fat. When sweetness and calories are matched, the calories are properly metabolized, and this is registered by brain reward circuits. "Our modern food environment is characterised by energy sources our bodies have never seen before". In nothing less than a shocker to man...

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  • United Nations resumes humanitarian activities in Borno
United Nations resumes humanitarian activities in Borno

Local media reported that large numbers of soldiers surrounded the United Nations building earlier Friday searching for arms. The U.N. says it has no information "regarding the reason or motivations for the unauthorized search". "This necessitated the need to intensify Cordon and Search in Maiduguri metropolis and environment". The operation was ...

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  • Freighter aground in river linking lakes Superior, Huron
Freighter aground in river linking lakes Superior, Huron

Once the vessel is refloated, it will be towed to a designated anchorage in Lake Nickolet for exterior and interior hull examinations. Army Corps of Engineers surveyors will then look at the river bottom to make sure no debris is obstructing the channel.

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  • Over 3000 delegates gather for PDP National Convention
Over 3000 delegates gather for PDP National Convention

National Caretaker Committee, Senator Ahmed Makarfi said five attempts at stopping the party's non-elective convention through the courts failed. The policy of no "victor, no vanquished" has been fully implemented by the caretaker committee.

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  • Induced fear of nuclear war normal reaction, say psychologists
Induced fear of nuclear war normal reaction, say psychologists

North Korea had dismissed Trump's warnings earlier this week as "a load of nonsense" and "bereft of reason" and claimed earlier on Thursday that it would continue with a test in mid-August that would see four missiles land just miles off the coast of the USA island territory of Guam.

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  • Mourinho says Manchester United still in the market for a winger
Mourinho says Manchester United still in the market for a winger

United finished sixth in the Premier League and weren't much of a threat domestically. "We bought three and the market is so demanding for all the teams, not just Manchester City ". The Blues have brought in four new signings so far. The big question still remains whether Mourinho can forge a consistent starting side out of his squad after a...

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  • First case of West Nile virus in 2017 reported in Kent County
First case of West Nile virus in 2017 reported in Kent County

County officials said containers should be emptied of stagnant water every five days to prevent adult mosquitoes from emerging. Maurice Hennink says some traps in the Sherwood Drive area found a mosquito carrying West Nile. In some people, it can cause a serious and potentially fatal infection of the brain and spinal cord. The Elmore County Pes...

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  • Officials Warn Against Solar Eclipse Sunglasses Scam
Officials Warn Against Solar Eclipse Sunglasses Scam

They can even fraudulently print the fake ISO certification on the product (or on their website ), even though what they're selling could be something as flimsy as novelty 3-D glasses. The special glasses block the harmful rays that would damage your eye when looking at the sun. If that's the case, experts recommend that you should contact whome...

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  • Red Cross Charles Drew Blood Drive set for August 16
Red Cross Charles Drew Blood Drive set for August 16

The Red Cross encourages eligible donors to make an appointment now to support hospital patients in critical need by giving lifesaving blood. Donors who contributed earlier in the summer may be eligible again. To locate a drive near you log onto http://www.redcrossblood.org / or by calling 1-800-REDCROSS. "We are committed to strengthening our com...

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  • OR governor signs bill hiking legal smoking age to 21
OR governor signs bill hiking legal smoking age to 21

The current age limit in the state is 18. The state joins neighboring California as well as Hawaii, New Jersey and ME on the list of those that have recently raised their smoking age to 21, part of a nationwide movement to reduce tobacco use among younger Americans.

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  • PV Sindhu takes charge as Deputy Collector in Andhra government
PV Sindhu takes charge as Deputy Collector in Andhra government

She was asked to join her duties within one month. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu following her success streak at Olympics in 2016, announced a cash reward of three crore rupees, a residential plot in Amaravati and Group-I officer's post.

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  • Safety commission issues fidget spinner safety tips
Safety commission issues fidget spinner safety tips

Fidget spinner owners should be careful when using the toy as they could potentially be a choking or fire hazard, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has warned. There was one notable choking incident in May that resulted in a 10-year-old having to get surgery to remove part of a spinner. Read the full statement from CPSC Acting ...

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  • Swine flu claims two more lives in Odisha; toll reaches 6
Swine flu claims two more lives in Odisha; toll reaches 6

The World Health Organization is providing technical support to the Myanmar government, consulting with regional experts, and offering assistance to have samples tested overseas, he added. The ministry reported 183 people have contracted the virus, according to the blood analyses carried out between July 21 and August 9, of which 63 are being treat...

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  • Yokosuka-based USA destroyer challenges Beijing's claims in disputed South China Sea
Yokosuka-based USA destroyer challenges Beijing's claims in disputed South China Sea

He added that the Chinese navy identified the United States warship, issued a warning and finally expelled it from the area, without giving further details. USNI News notes this is the third patrol under the schedule presented to President Trump by the Office of the Secretary of Defense and U.S. Pacific Command.

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  • 'India March for Science' draws flak from VIBHA
'India March for Science' draws flak from VIBHA

India's March for Science has drawn its inspiration from the global scientific march that took place on Earth Day in April. Dr Deepak Modi, a cellular and molecular biologist who was also at the march, spoke passionately about how irksome it is for scientists to face pseudo-scientific ideas that are gaining popularity.Shubojit Sen, a fellow at th...

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  • Kenya opposition slams polls 'charade', results process
Kenya opposition slams polls 'charade', results process

TheNewsGuru.com reports that at least five people have been reportedly killed in the resulting violence, reminiscent of the 2007 post-presidential election incidents which saw Mr Kenyatta dragged before the International Criminal Court. "No Kenyan should die because of an election", Godec said. Previous accusations of election irregularities in ...

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  • US Mum To Sue Hospital After Newborn Suffocates
US Mum To Sue Hospital After Newborn Suffocates

In the $8.6 million lawsuit filed last Friday and obtained by PEOPLE , Monica Thompson alleges that a nurse employed at Portland Adventist Medical Center transferred her 4-day-old son Jacob from a nursery to her bed so that she could breastfeed him on August 2, 2012.

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