• Tech Companies Dump White Supremacists
Tech Companies Dump White Supremacists

Retaining the Daily Stormer as a client by means of "content neutrality" is a moral decision . " Google has seized our domain name". "In the case of the Daily Stormer , the initial requests we received to terminate their service came from hackers who literally said: 'Get out of the way so we can DDoS this site off the Internet, '" he wr...

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  • People injure themselves grooming pubic hair 25 percent of the time
People injure themselves grooming pubic hair 25 percent of the time

The researchers note that serious grooming injuries are rare: Only 2.5 percent of groomers experienced an injury that required surgical treatment, like draining an abscess or closing a wound with stitches. Between 50 and 87 percent of USA adults report some form of pubic hair grooming , according to the study, published today (Aug. 16) in the jour...

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  • Family dogs kill venomous snake while children play in yard
Family dogs kill venomous snake while children play in yard

But, this guest wasn't taking no for an answer. The dogs barked at the snake to leave, causing the serpent to strike. The snake attacked the dogs, biting both pooches and injecting them with highly poisonous venom. Paco was released form the hospital and is doing well, Butt wrote on Facebook on Tuesday, while Slayer is still being monitored. ...

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  • MSDH: West Nile Virus death reported in Humphreys County
MSDH: West Nile Virus death reported in Humphreys County

A pool of mosquitoes collected in Warren tested positive for West Nile Virus, the Rhode Island Department of Health confirmed Thursday. Last year, four West Nile virus positive birds were identified in El Dorado County on the western slope.

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  • Peanut Allergy Cure: Probiotic, Oral Therapy Work, Study Shows
Peanut Allergy Cure: Probiotic, Oral Therapy Work, Study Shows

A CURE for deadly peanut allergies could be available within five years. Astonishingly, their desensitisation to peanuts persisted for up to four years after treatment. "It (the study) basically means we were able to get children with peanut allergy to the point they can live like somebody that doesn't have peanut allergy ", Professor Tang t...

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  • Idaho health centers receive federal funding to improve care
Idaho health centers receive federal funding to improve care

While members of Congress may not see eye-to-eye on many issues, they have long agreed on the importance of community health centers to our health care system. "Supporting health centers across the country helps to achieve that mission". Because at time when efforts to reform the health care system are moving forward, this is no time to turn our ba...

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  • Gujarat swine flu toll mounts to 220
Gujarat swine flu toll mounts to 220

He said, in a bid to control the mortality and morbidity from H1N1, the civil surgeons have been directed to establish "flu corners" in government hospitals to give immediate treatment to patients having cough, cold and fever. As per the State's health department figures, 2,095 cases were reported this year, with 220 deaths; 746 have been cured and...

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  • Bomb hoax at Delhi High Court
Bomb hoax at Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court premises was put on high alert on Thursday after the police received a threat call claiming that a bomb has been placed there. Meanwhile, a report claims that the preliminary searches have not revealed anything and the police believe that it may have been a hoax call.

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  • Sunny Leone blown away by 'sea of love' in Kerala
Sunny Leone blown away by 'sea of love' in Kerala

We all know that Sunny Leone has a huge fan following, but how huge can it be? Malayalam actor Jayasurya, who had then met Sunny had good words for her and even called her a good personality and a woman with great quality. "But people were insane", said a Sub Inspector posted for crowd management. Was so overwhelmed by the love & support. "Was so o...

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  • Iceland is 'eradicating' Down syndrome…by aborting everyone who has it
Iceland is 'eradicating' Down syndrome…by aborting everyone who has it

Prenatal screening tests were introduced in Iceland in the early 2000s, and by law, all expectant mothers must be informed about the availability of prenatal testing. Down syndrome is not a rare disease - At least not right now. Ingadottir tells them that as Agusta grows up, "I will hope that she will be fully integrated on her own terms in t...

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  • Teens are drawn to blue whale challenge due to loneliness
Teens are drawn to blue whale challenge due to loneliness

The officer added that one of Manpreet's close friends had said that minutes before jumping, the deceased had told his friend that he was going towards the terrace, but since Manpreet was known to have a sense of humour, the friend had not taken him seriously and had just replied with a smiley.

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  • SEA Games 2017: Indonesia Collects Two Gold Medals in Archery
SEA Games 2017: Indonesia Collects Two Gold Medals in Archery

At KL2017, archery offers 10 gold medals - five recurve events for men, women, men's team, women's team and mixed team, while the other five golds are in compound events for men, women, men's team, women's team and mixed team. Oanh got 142 points in total, behind her Indonesian rival Sri Ranti with 144 points. Indonesia defeated Thailand 225-...

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  • Tim Tebow Makes Best Grandma Video Ever
Tim Tebow Makes Best Grandma Video Ever

The 2007 Heisman Trophy victor from Florida looked into Terp's camera and said, "What's up, Miss Margaret?" It's Tim Tebow . Hope you're having a good day. My granny and I have always shared a special love for Tebow. Tebow has a.243 batting average for St. Lucie with five home runs and 25 RBIs in 44 games.

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  • Kidnapped South Texas teen could be in the DFW area
Kidnapped South Texas teen could be in the DFW area

Scott Spencer said. Martinez had been missing since last week and was believed to be traveling with her uncle, 41-year-old Rudolfo Nuncio, Jr. The suspect was last heard from in Dallas, TX. She wears black glasses and has black hair and brown eyes. He is driving a silver, 2015, Dodge, Ram pickup truck with the Texas license plate HFW-2831.

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  • Another CEO Leaves Trump's Manufacturing Council
Another CEO Leaves Trump's Manufacturing Council

Merck & Co Inc's MRK.N Kenneth Frazier , who is African-American, was the first CEO to leave one of Trump's presidential advisory councils and was followed by the chief executives of Intel Corp INTC .O and Under Armour Inc UAA.N . Plank's company had faced a backlash earlier this year over his support of Trump. I have already made clear ...

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  • Sri Lanka approves Pakistan tour
Sri Lanka approves Pakistan tour

The Players too should have a say in the decision as anyone who remembers what happened in Lahore some years ago would shudder recalling the horror and fear they were subjected to so Sorry! Sethi said that the security company will send its delegation to Pakistan every year to review security situation and arrangements and each visit will cost Un...

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  • Scholars say Trump went afoul in lumping Lee with founders
Scholars say Trump went afoul in lumping Lee with founders

Curt says there's no denying George was a slave owner, however No.1's views changed with time . and he was the only founding father to eventually release his slaves. The rally, which was also attended by counter-protestors, resulted in a violent melee that took the life of a counter-protestor Heather Heyer. In Charlottesville , Virginia, few of t...

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  • U asks Sharad Yadav not to attend Lalu's Patna rally
U asks Sharad Yadav not to attend Lalu's Patna rally

A composite culture was the "soul" of the Indian Constitution, he said. Talking to media about the event, Sharad Yadav yesterday said, "Around 17 parties will attend our Sanjhi Virasat Bachao programme tomorrow and from Congress, Manmohan ji and Rahul ji will be present".

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  • Ban superbikes, says family of man who died
Ban superbikes, says family of man who died

Himanshu was riding a Benelli TNT 600i and was ahead of his friend, who had the action camera mounted on his helmet. He was racing a 300cc motorcycle, Kawasaki Ninja 300. According to his uncle, Himanshu insisted on buying a sports bike, even though his family members asked him to get a auto instead. The motorcycle veers towards the left, uncontr...

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  • SeaWorld Veterinarians Euthanize Sick Orca
SeaWorld Veterinarians Euthanize Sick Orca

Three years after that, the documentary Blackfish - which detailed issues park staff had with Tilikum, as well as the stresses killer whales face in captivity - spurred a public relations crisis for SeaWorld. One of the last killer whales to come to SeaWorld from the wild, Kasatka was captured near Iceland in 1978. Tilikum killed trainer Dawn ...

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  • Fourth executive leaves Trump's manufacturing council after Charlottesville comments
Fourth executive leaves Trump's manufacturing council after Charlottesville comments

And today's encore commentary-which again cast blame "on both sides" and included mentions of the Alt-Left, a group that doesn't exist-may do little to convince cautious CEOs to fill the void in the President's advisory ranks. Trump shot back on Twitter, "Now that Ken Frazier of Merck Pharma has resigned from President's Manufacturing Council, ...

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  • Edmonton Oilers center Leon Draisaitl signs 8-year, $68M contract extension
Edmonton Oilers center Leon Draisaitl signs 8-year, $68M contract extension

Now, with two of the franchise's essential building blocks locked in to long-term deals, the Oilers will look to become perennial championship contenders. Draisaitl, a natural centre, slid to right wing alongside McDavid at the start of December and went on to notch 60 points in 58 games, sixth in the National Hockey League over that span.

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  • CDC: Drug overdose deaths among adolescents highest for opioids
CDC: Drug overdose deaths among adolescents highest for opioids

The report , from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), looked at drug overdose deaths among Americans ages 15 to 19 over a 16-year period, from 1999 to 2015. However, after 2007, drug overdose deaths among teens declined, reaching 3.1 deaths per 100,000 people in 2014, the report said. But Stein speculated that efforts to prev...

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  • Charlottesville Neo-Nazi Leader Cries: 'I'm Afraid You're Going to Kill Me'
Charlottesville Neo-Nazi Leader Cries: 'I'm Afraid You're Going to Kill Me'

You can't stand in one corner of this city and not look at the master sitting on top of Monticello. Christopher Cantwell says in a video posted Wednesday that he will deliver them to the authorities if they so wish. That was the whole entire point of this and I'm watching CNN talk about this as violent, white nationalist protest . "Of course w...

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  • Lack of sleep tied to higher risk of diabetes in kids
Lack of sleep tied to higher risk of diabetes in kids

Children who sleep for an extra hour during the week reduce their chances of developing type 2 diabetes , according to new research. Now, the new study revealed a strong link between lack of sleep and a higher risk of type 2 diabetes among children.

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  • New study challenges 'fat but fit' notion
New study challenges 'fat but fit' notion

They found that people that were overweight, but did not have issues with their blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol were not necessarily in the clear, and were actually 28% more likely to develop heart disease over the years than their non-overweight counterparts with similar metabolic health readings.

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  • Supreme Court orders NIA to probe Kerala Love Jihad case
Supreme Court orders NIA to probe Kerala Love Jihad case

Shafin, who had married Akhila Ashokan in December last, had moved the apex court after the Kerala High Court annulled the marriage. Last week, the court had asked the Kerala police to hand over the case files to NIA for a preliminary examination.

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  • Faux pas galore as Rahul inaugurates Amma… err.Indira Canteen in Bengaluru
Faux pas galore as Rahul inaugurates Amma… err.Indira Canteen in Bengaluru

Taking pride over the Congress government conceptualising such a canteen, Gandhi said the intention was that the quality of food and cleanliness in it be the same as the most expensive restaurants in Bengaluru . The canteens have come up in parks and playgrounds in some of the localities. The Karnataka government had made the announcement in t...

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  • Japanese fungus spreading in United Kingdom hospitals
Japanese fungus spreading in United Kingdom hospitals

Around a quarter of the cases of Candida auris have caused infections with symptoms, Public Health England (PHE ) said, including in 27 patients who developed blood stream infections. C auris also differs from other types of Candida in its ability to persist on hospital surfaces and spread between patients, although the precise mode of transm...

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  • Does fruitcake ever spoil? 106-year-old cake found in Antarctica
Does fruitcake ever spoil? 106-year-old cake found in Antarctica

A team of four conservators have been working in the Canterbury Museum lab in New Zealand on the conservation of Antarctic artefacts from Cape Adare.The team recently finished the large project, conserving nearly 1,500 artefacts. According to Health Thoroughfare , those who discovered the fruitcake believe the now ice-covered fruitcake belonged ...

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  • Australian Woman Dead After Too Many Protein Shakes
Australian Woman Dead After Too Many Protein Shakes

Hefford left behind a 7-year-old daughter and a 5-year-old son. As competition date neared, Hefford by now had started going to the gym twice a day to exercise. Michelle said that she was unaware her daughter was taking protein supplements until she found half a dozen containers in her kitchen. Here's what that means: When you consume more p...

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  • Taylor Swift wins sexual assault case against DJ David Mueller
Taylor Swift wins sexual assault case against DJ David Mueller

The top three reasons for people not doing so are fearing retaliation, not believing the police will help and considering it to be a "personal matter". The judge dismissed the charges against Swift Friday, giving her an early victory. "I acknowledge the privilege that I benefit from in life, in society and in my ability to shoulder the enormo...

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  • Study Finds Work is Intense and Emotionally Exhausting for Most US Workers
Study Finds Work is Intense and Emotionally Exhausting for Most US Workers

Physical labor: almost three out of four respondents reported either intense or repetitive physical effort at work at least one-quarter of the time. Survey results show that workers believe the American workplace is physically and emotionally taxing, and they don't like the social environment.

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  • West Nile Virus Activity on the Uptick in Elk Grove
West Nile Virus Activity on the Uptick in Elk Grove

In addition, the Mobile County Health Department has reported that sentinel chickens, used to detect mosquito-borne diseases in the community, have tested positive for EEE. Make sure all windows and doors have screens, and that all screens are in good fix. Once a week, containers that hold water, such as vases, pet water bowls, flowerpot saucer...

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  • Trump's response to Charlottesville should surprise no one
Trump's response to Charlottesville should surprise no one

Trump's initial failure on Saturday to denounce the groups by name - instead he bemoaned violence on "many sides" - prompted criticism from fellow Republicans as well as Democrats. Graham, the president of Samaritan's Purse, an global relief organization based in Boone, wrote on his Facebook page on Sunday, "Shame on the politicians who're makin...

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