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Suspect in Boston penthouse slayings has criminal history

Police previously said the killer allegedly wrote a "message of retribution" on the wall in the victims' blood. "I feel like I lost a friend", Harrington said Sunday night after hearing the news of his death. They had been alerted by two 911 calls, one from a friend of Fields who was anxious. He lay in his bed covered up to his chin by a blanket and kept his eyes closed through most of the proceeding. Read More »

Judge overturns Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction


Hernandez, who had a four-year-old daughter, had a $41m (£31m) National Football League contract when he was arrested at his home in June 2013 and charged with murder. Hernandez's death during an appeal meant that he would not be able to appear on his own behalf "It's an unusual twist", Mass. trial lawyer and the dean of the Massachusetts School of Law Michael Coyne told Patriots Wire in April. Read More »

HIV+ rape victim cant terminate pregnancy as it is risky: SC


Earlier, counsel Vrinda Grover appearing for the woman said that since the medical board stated that it will be unsafe to abort the foetus, steps should be taken to protect the mother, and compensation should be paid by the state as per its victim compensation scheme. Read More »

Dale Earnhardt Jr., home renovator? TV show in the works


Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his wife Amy are going to show off their renovation skills on the DIY Network. Weeks after the race auto driver announced he would retire at the end of the current Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, Earnhardtand his wife Amy revealed they will star in a new home renovation series. Read More »

Body found in Feather River identified as missing Gridley woman


Someone fishing called to report the body at 12:46 Sunday afternoon south of the Live Oak Park and Recreation Area boat launch. The sheriff's office boat patrol recovered the body, which was said to be badly decomposed and was transported to the Sacramento County coroner for autopsy. Read More »

City of Montreal declares state of emergency from flooding


Martin Coiteux says authorities expect the water to start receding by mid-week. More than 1,000 people have been evacuated in Quebec province, the largest number coming from Gatineau, near Ottawa, said a statement Sunday from the province's emergency response unit. Read More »

Democrat assails removal of Israel from Trump travel video


A US State Department official noted that the US Embassy shared the video without noticing that it had been edited to remove the word "Israel". Israel and Saudi Arabia do not have formal diplomatic relations, but have reportedly developed close security ties behind closed doors in the face of mutual distrust of an ascendant Iran. Read More »

Taylor hits grand slam in first, Dodgers pound Pirates 12-1


Taylor followed with his second career slam off Williams on a shot to center for a 5-0 advantage. It was the second slam in two games for Los Angeles , which got one from rookie Cody Bellinger on Saturday in San Diego. "I made some mistakes out there and didn't executive some pitches that led to a big inning", said Williams, who hadn't started since September 17, 2016, when he got a no-decision against the Cincinnati Reds. Read More »

Obama warned Trump against hiring Gen. Flynn: ex-Obama aide


But the tweet Trump sent, and then highlighted in his banner, put words in Clapper's mouth that Clapper never said - that "no evidence" exists of collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign. One of Flynn's calls with Kislyak came on December 29, the day Obama leveled sanctions on Russian Federation in retaliation for the election hacking. Read More »

USA mulling extending carry-on computer ban to Europe


If the Department of Homeland Security does chose to expand the large electronic ban, it would likely be an inconvenience to many travelers. But now, according to CBS News , the said to be considering an expansion of the ban to include flights coming to the USA from continental Europe and possibly the U.K. Read More »

Analytical Preview of Novavax, Inc. (NVAX)


They now have a United States dollars 25 price target on the stock. These analysts and investment firms use various valuation methods to decide a price target for a stock. This shows a surprise factor of 8.7%. Piermont Capital Management Inc. now owns 158,788 shares of the biopharmaceutical company's stock worth $330,000 after buying an additional 13,370 shares during the last quarter. Read More »

Maharashtra govt bans sale of junk food in school canteens


However, this ban which is enforced on state-affiliated schools mainly, don't have cafeterias, but they do sell food through outsiders/vendors where HFSS food is served in high proportions. School principals have been asked to ensure that the instructions are followed. The list of banned items include Chinese food, potato chips, pizzas, burgers, cakes, biscuits, chocolates, pastries, candies, jams, jellies, sweets, ice lollies and carbonated soft drinks. Read More »

Dove releases soap bottles shaped for different body types


NY rounds up mocking memes with a common theme: People choosing a different bottle that captures their essence, like one of those bear-shaped honey bottles. The bottles are only available in the United Kingdom. While the campaign launched in Canada in late February, it didn't make almost the waves it's making now that it has been unveiled south of the border. Read More »

Side effects emerge after approval for many United States drugs


While some people may find the proportion of drugs with post-marketing safety concerns alarming, others may be breathing a sigh of relief that it's not higher, Ross said. For the most part, those concerns were not severe enough to require the drugs to be pulled from the market, instead requiring a black-box. The FDA also monitors other available studies and reports to determine whether it needs to take action on a particular drug. Read More »

Häagen-Dazs celebrating free cone day by drawing attention to bees


The connection to the free kiddie-size ice cream scoop? Southsiders with a sweet tooth have a reason to scream for ice cream. The company is serving free ice cream to raise awareness for depleting honey bee populations by asking people to plant gardens with native wildflowers, trees and more in their yards, according to the website. Read More »

Teacher accused of kidnapping teen in court in Tennessee


A recording at Kentucky's Henderson County jail Monday said 50-year-old Tad Cummins is being held there. The judge scheduled a detention hearing for Friday. The girl's father has said Cummins brainwashed his daughter. Federal prosecutors filed a motion Tuesday asking that Cummins be detained until his trial. Read More »

U.S. urges Southeast Asian countries to intensify pressure on DPRK

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met Southeast Asian foreign ministers on Thursday to seek their support in pressing North Korea to give up its nuclear and missile programs. Southeast Asia's top diplomats are clearly seeking better ties with Washington , amid uncertainty over the Trump administration's trade policy and its dealings with China. Read More »

Mattis: US reviewing Syria safe zones but has many questions


The Syrian official noted that it was "premature" to talk about whether the agreement would be successful, but noted that the government would "harshly" retaliate against any violation by rebels while the deal was in force. Ground offensives persisted. And aid access remained subject to Syrian government permissions. During the Republican primary campaign, candidate Donald Trump argued in 2015 that the USA should support the creation of safe zones in Syria, rather than admit large numbers ... Read More »

ISIS leader in Afghanistan was killed in raid


Since taking over as the head of Daesh-K, Hasib had ordered a series of high-profile attacks in Afghanistan including one on March 8, in one of the main military hospitals in Kabul. "Nevertheless, our forces successfully closed on the enemy, killed several high-level ISIS leaders and upwards of 35 fighters". Hasib's regiment is also known as the Islamic State in the Khorasan (ISIS-K), which is a name for both Afghanistan and Pakistan that dates back to ancient times. Read More »

India announce Champions Trophy squad; Dhawan returns, Pant misses cut

It had said, delay in team selection is portraying Indian cricket and cricketers in negative light. He would have been a surprise package but whether we would have played with two spinners is a question. He swings the ball both ways and will be hard to contend with in conditions that should favour him. India has never lost a game against Pakistan in an ICC tournament and let's pray that the legacy continues. Read More »

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month


Over the next few years, local leaders planned and worked diligently to file Articles of Incorporation with the Secretary State on May 18, 1965, and a year later on April 6, 1966, the Scioto Paint Valley Guidance Center opened its doors for business. Read More »

Spending bill win claimed by both sides


Even if the bill passes the House, it faces an uphill battle in the Senate, where Republican leader Mitch McConnell has repeatedly said that if the House passes a health care bill, the Senate would work on one, but that it would be hard. "The shutdown continues until the government is able to negotiate a new budget bill". In reality, Mulvaney said, Trump and the Republicans were very pleased with the measure. Read More »

Researchers create artificial womb for premature babies

Today, premature babies weighing as little as a 450 grams are hooked to ventilators and other machines inside little special capsules. They filled it with amniotic fluid - the protective fluid that surrounds developing babies in the womb - and created a system that delivers oxygen and nutrients in a similar way to what occurs when the fetus is inside the mother. Read More »