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E*TRADE Financial Corp (ETFC) Given "Buy" Rating at Instinet

The stock has "Neutral" rating by Citigroup on Friday, May 6. It has underperformed by 11.05% the S&P500. Capital One Financial Corporation (COF ) reported sales (ttm) of 23.44 Billion, whereas, 12 number of analysts estimated the mean sale of 6685.37 million. Read More »

Strong gains in local polls boost May's chances in June election


The Conservative lead is the biggest on record for any British election survey conducted by ICM, the pollster said. He said that party activists had received positive feedback about Mr Corbyn on the doorstep, adding: "I think the more that Jeremy gets out there into the community and speaks to people, knocks on people's doors, holds rallies and speaks to people face-to-face, the more that people will warm to Jeremy Corbyn". Read More »

Allina announces visitor limits due to Minnesota measles outbreak

In response to the outbreak, Allina Health updated its visitor guidelines. The health care system said Monday morning that it's asking that children under age 5 not visit its hospitals unless they are seeking care. Forty-six of the 48 cases have come in children between the ages of 0-10. The outbreak has prompted Minnesota health officials to expand their guidelines for vaccinations. Read More »

Bodies Believed to Be Buried on Mississippi Campus


The first coffins were discovered by the university in 2013 while constructing a road near campus. When the university began work in 2014 on a parking lot east of the dental school, underground radar revealed a further 1,000 coffins. The newspaper also revealed that it could cost as much as $3,000 to exhume and rebury a single body. The school is looking for cheaper alternatives in handling the exhumations possibly bringing down the yearly cost to $400,000 over the next eight years. Read More »

Politicos hail Supreme Court judgement in Nirbhaya case


This verdict sentenced Vinay Sharma (23), Akshay Thakur (31), Mukesh (29) and Pawan Gupta (22) to death.The court offered them the death penalty. The main accused, Ram Singh, died in jail, and other convicts challenged their sentence at the top court. Read More »

Europe breathes sigh of relief after Macron victory in France

Matteo Renzi, the former Italian prime minister, said Macron's election opened "a new page for France and Europe". "The clear victory of Emmanuel Macron provides reassurance, but Europe must not be under any illusions". Le Pen thanked the 11 million voters who supported her and vowed to "lead the fight" in parliamentary elections next month and promised a "profound transformation" of the National Front. Read More »

Trump Tax Plan Would Hit Blue States Hardest


But Trump's proposal lacks the hard details about making the tax code simpler and more efficient in ways that don't add to the federal government's mounting debt. for budget bills". The threat of a rising budget deficit could erode support for the plan among lawmakers in Trump's own Republican Party. At the end of the day, the current tax plan is perhaps best described as an opening bid, laying out themes and priorities but leaving it up to Congress to fill in the details. Read More »

Woman awarded €100m in latest Johnson & Johnson talcum powder case


The jury ruling Thursday night for 62-year-old Lois Slemp, of Wise, Virginia, comes after three previous St. Louis juries awarded a total of $197 million to plaintiffs who made similar claims. "Once again we've shown that these companies ignored the scientific evidence and continue to deny their responsibilities to the women of America", Meadows said in a prepared statement. Read More »

Schumer rips proposed anti-drug funding cuts


The Trump administration is reportedly weighing budget cuts of almost 95% to the Office of National Drug Control Policy . The move "would effectively kick Americans seeking treatment to the curb and make our communities less safe", he said. Read More »

White House defends lack of women at health care event

Such a scenario would force the House and Senate to work together to forge a compromise bill. They rushed it to the floor before getting a score from the Congressional Budget Office. But Mr. Trump and far-right groups will put tremendous pressure on them to pass this awful bill or something similarly bad. Governors, gubernatorial candidates and state legislators, meanwhile, will be asked whether they intend to "opt out" of provisions in the Affordable Care Act that are overwhelmingly ... Read More »

Aunt Jemima Frozen Pancakes, Waffles and French Toast Recalled


It affects frozen productsdistributed in the United States and Mexico, but does not include dry mixes and syrups. Consumers should not consume these products . Listeria can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Pregnant women can suffer miscarriages and stillbirths. Read More »

AHCA would cover only 5% of Americans with pre-existing conditions

Trump and House Republicans aren't patriots. Numerous states that voted Trump into office are among the hardest hit by the opioid epidemic-and are the most dependent on Obamacare for substance abuse treatment. In addition, out of the 14 million who now have health insurance because of the ACA, 11.8 million of them were dumped on Medicaid . The Constitution anticipates that the Senate's going to disagree with the House, and they'll have to have a conference. Read More »

LGBTI people biggest victims of revenge porn in Australia


Males (23 per cent) and females (22 per cent) were nearly equally likely to be targeted by non-consensual photo sharing - and most were taken by people known to the victims. Researchers found that, for many victims, the discovery that their images had been made public "constituted a violation of their sexual autonomy and dignity", which had significant and long-term implications and impacts. Read More »

Republicans deal first blow to Obamacare

He said it is worse than the first Republican-written bill that failed earlier this spring. Conservative Rep. Raul Labrador, R-Idaho, drew boos Friday at a public meeting for his response to a constituent who said the House bill tells people on Medicaid to "accept dying". Read More »

Juncker: "Slowly but surely English is losing importance in"

On Thursday, Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council (the forum for the member states' leaders), issued a warning for moderation and goodwill. "But I've made my choice, I will express myself in French because slowly but surely English is losing importance in Europe and also because France has an election". Read More »

Dozens of Nigerian school girls freed by Boko Haram


The official spoke on condition of anonymity as he was not authorized to speak to reporters on the matter. Dozens of girls escaped in the years since their capture, and they told tragic stories of girls dying from illness or being taken as brides of the militants and becoming pregnant. Read More »

Republicans tout GOP healthcare bill on Sunday shows

President Trump and Congressional Republicans celebrating the health care vote on Thursday. But White House officials acknowledge the Senate, where the Republicans hold a slim majority, may be the biggest hurdle yet. That would allow private insurers to charge lower premiums for everyone else. For years Republicans told them that the Act couldn't work, would bankrupt America, and result in millions losing the healthcare they had before. Read More »

Virus spread by ticks increasing in recent years — CDC


Richard Ostfeld, Ph.D., who studies tick-borne diseases at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook, New York. Experts and many doctors say they are seeing more tick activity earlier this year. And Lyme disease cases reached an all-time high of 1,464 a year ago in Maine. The rise is attributed to two consecutive warm winters, CNN reports . Read More »