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Choosing a thoughtful gift for Mother's Day


Mom I love you for showing me the world and for all that you have done for me. Paul goes on to say that living reverently, not being gossips or "addicted to much wine", and teaching good things enables older women to effectively encourage younger women how to better love their husbands and children. Read More »

Jeff Sessions wants all those prisons full

The memo also effectively rolls back a memo issued by then-Attorney General Eric Holder in 2013. In the memo, Sessions, who said in March that there was " too much of a tolerance for drug use ", called for prosecutors to charge offenders with the " most serious, readily provable offense", deviating only in special circumstances and with the approval of a us attorney general or assistant attorney general. Read More »

Hamilton wins in Spain with Vettel second, Bottas and Raikkonen drop out


Mercedes tweaked their strategy tweak to put Hamilton on the slower, medium tyres after his first pit stop, after Vettel had already pitted and stuck to the soft tyres. It was a delay that would play a factor in Hamilton eventually catching and passing Vettel for victory, with Bottas feeling he did his bit for the team game. Read More »

WHO Confirms Second Ebola Case in Congo Outbreak


The Alliance For International Medical Action said in a statement one of its teams was on its way to the area of Likati with protective gear and medicine to treat "suspected and confirmed cases". The Congo "has taken all the necessary steps to respond promptly and effectively to this new epidemic of the Ebola virus", he added. It is well practiced in fighting the deadly virus. Read More »

Houthi rebels declare state of emergency over cholera outbreak

Yemen is in the grips of a war between the Saudi-supported government and Iranian-backed Houthi rebels, and fewer than half of the country's health facilities are functioning two years into the conflict. "There are up to four cholera patients in one single bed", Stillhart added. People walking about in Sanaa have been seen wearing face masks to avoid the stench of rotting refuse that has piled up on the streets of the capital. Read More »

Woman found dead in bed, son arrested with crossbow


A 27-year-old man was arrested on The Princes Highway at St Peters a short time after the gruesome discovery. "The eldest is with Miranda police assisting with inquiries". Police later arrested the woman's son in the suburb of St Peters. It's believed the woman's body was found by one of her sons. He confirmed a crossbow had been found but would not be drawn on whether it had any connection to Ms Connors' death. Read More »

British IT expert praised for halting cyber attacks

Yet, security experts said the software upgrade, while laudable, came too late for numerous tens of thousands of machines that were locked and whose data could be erased. France's car-maker Renault was forced to stop some production at its factories in France and Slovenia. This, security experts said, marked an unprecedented escalation in the risk of fresh attacks spreading in the coming days and weeks. Read More »

Oil steady on expectations of extended OPEC-led production cut


Oil halted gains near $48 a barrel after USA rigs targeting crude rose a 17th week, countering a report that OPEC and other major producers reached an initial agreement to extend output cuts. That has corresponded with a sharp increase in U.S. oil rigs in production which rose to 712 last week, according to energy services firm Baker Hughes, the highest number since April 2015. Read More »

North Korea tests missile as South's new leader takes reins

The missile landed in the Sea of Japan, according to US officials, but its close proximity to Russian territory - 60 miles (97 kilometers) from Russia's naval port of Vladivostok, home to its Pacific Fleet - that is of most concern. "Which is, he's in a state of paranoia; he's incredibly concerned about anything and everything around him", Haley said on ABC's "This Week". The missile flew 700km and reached an altitude of more than 2km, according to officials in South Korea and Japan, ... Read More »

Nurses consider strike action over pay for first time in 100 years

A consultative ballot of members of the Royal College of Nursing showed that a majority were in favour of strike action - but the turnout was too low for a formal ballot to be held. "They want something done about it". If the governments across the four countries don't do something about nurses pay it is inevitable our members will be balloted later this year. Read More »

Rebels To Host NCAA Regional For First Time, Bulldogs Head To Utah


After a brilliant start that was followed by a rough conference record, Alabama softball got word of its fate Sunday. Under head coach Jo Evans, the Aggies have appeared in the tournament 18 times . In fact, the Golden Gophers were viewed as a snub from hosting a regional themselves. Heading into last weekend Minnesota ranked No. 4 in both national polls. Read More »

Sad Mother's Day for family of slain Ohio nurse's aide

Disario, who was killed in the line of duty May 12, 2017 . "The last radio transmission we have from him was that he had the subject in sight", said Licking County Sheriff Randy Thorp. The Ohio State Highway Patrol confirms a Kirkersville police officer was shot while responding to an active shooter situation at a nursing and rehabilitation center in Kirkersville , Ohio . Read More »

WHO Confirms New Ebola Case in Democratic Republic of Congo

Confirmation was made by the National Biomedical Research Institute (INRB) and announced by Dr. Oly Ilunga Kalenga, Minister of Public Health of the DRC. "We are engaging with village heads and community leaders so we can all work together and stop the virus from spreading". Since then, Congo has seen seven other outbreaks. Read More »

Tories retain control of Leicestershire County Council

We lost seats but we are closing the gap on the Conservatives", he said. The Liberal Democrats also lost two seats whilst UKIP, who fielded 12 candidates, won no seats. "But we, the whole Labour movement and the British people, can t afford not to seize our moment". "Theyre individual contests being fought in very differing situations, from local council-level, issue-driven campaigns up to large mayoral fights with some well-known politicians", a Labour party spokesperson said. Read More »

L.A. Reid Leaves Epic Records After Six Years As CEO


LA Reid is leaving Sony Music. L.A. Reid has stepped down as the chairman of Epic Records , a division of Sony Music. The 60-year old music industry veteran allegedly made inappropriate physical advances toward an assistant at last December's company holiday party, among other instances, according to a March 22 letter a lawyer for the woman sent to Julie Swidler, Sony Music's General Counsel, said a source who provided details from the letter. Read More »

New outbreak of Ebola declared in Democratic Republic of Congo

In a television address, Health Minister Oly Ilunga confirmed the cases while urging the population "not to panic". Among the questions that they will assess is whether to recommend the use of the Canadian vaccine . It peaked in late 2014 causing global alarm but active virus transmission ended past year. Namely: How long does the vaccine last? Clinical trials of an experimental vaccine are ongoing in West Africa. Read More »

Ebola kills at least one person in Congo, WHO says

The case was confirmed from tests on nine people who came down with a haemorrhagic fever in Bas-Uele province in the northeast of the country on or after April 22nd, a ministry statement said. Meanwhile, the Congolese government through its twitter handle said it has activated the Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network to provide additional support adding that the full extent of the 2017 Ebola outbreak is still unclear as at 13 May 2017. Read More »

Trump Lawyers Say Unreleased Tax Returns Show Few Russian Ties

The White House forwarded the March letter to Senator Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican, to show he's not involved in Russia, Trump said in an NBC interview that aired Thursday. But Democrats and some tax experts said the letter did little to quell their concerns and doesn't conclusively rule out some of the ways Mr. Trump could have Russian business ties. Read More »

Sale strikes out 12, Red Sox beat Rays 6-3


Morrison, who went deep with one out in the second, said he made a decision to guess changeup and got one, extending his sizzling start with his team-leading 10th homer. Sucre, Rickie Weeks Jr., Tim Beckham and Kiermaier each had an RBI single in the ninth. Hanley Ramirez returned to the Red Sox lineup on Sunday after missing three games with back spasms that cropped up while playing first base in Milwaukee. Read More »

Frozen burritos maker relocates after recall, listeria scare


Green Chile Food Company recalled several types of meat and poultry burritos "shipped to institutions, retail stores and distribution centers" in California, Illinois, Oregon, and South Dakota. Listeriosis, the infection caused by the listeria bacteria, can cause fever and muscle aches, often with other gastrointestinal symptoms. People in the higher-risk categories who experience flu-like symptoms within two months after eating contaminated food should seek medical care and tell the health ... Read More »

Lawyers outline US President Donald Trump's Russian income


Such normal sales would not be separately identified as "Russian" or listed specifically on tax returns , the letter explains. Those "few exceptions" the letter mentions? Five years earlier, according to the letter, Trump Properties LLC sold an estate in Florida "to a Russian billionaire for $95 million". Read More »

Moustakas has HR, 4 RBIs, Royals finish sweep of Orioles


Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Nate Karns struck out 12 while allowing two runs over five innings, and the Royals edged out the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday. Baltimore has lost two straight following a six-game winning streak. "For the most part our guys have done a tremendous job of holding it there and kind of stopping the bleeding", Joseph said. Read More »