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How Trump's Policies Will Literally Change The Atmosphere


The White House has also faced fierce pressure to participate in the Paris agreement from the leaders of other nations, who have vowed to push forward with or without the United States . In Paris, the venue for the pact, French President Emmanuel Macron turned Mr Trump's "Make America Great Again" campaign slogan on its head, saying in a rare English-language statement that it was time to "make the planet great again". Read More »

Seed Stanford blasts Sacramento State, 10-0


We knew he was throwing well. The left-hander used his fastball, breaking ball and changeup to keep Sacramento State off balance for 61⁄3 innings. Freshman Parker Brahms (8-4) took the loss for the Hornets (32-29), who were eliminated from the postseason. Read More »

To open, Warriors impose their will

So 13-0, and they constantly break records every year, last year being 73-9, this year starting the Playoffs 13-0. Cleveland got its usual strong performance from James, who put up 28 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists. "We feel like we can play much better, especially offensively, just finishing better around the rim", Curry said. " They capitalized on our mistakes, a lot of easy baskets we can't allow going into game two ". Read More »

Super-tough antibiotic to fight superbugs


The scientists developed a new form of vancomycin , an antibiotic that has been available for years. In a world where apocalyptic scenarios involving climate change or nuclear war are frequently bandied about in the media, the threat of antibiotic-resistant superbugs seems to constantly bubble in the background. Read More »

At least 3 climbers die on Mount Everest


A 54-year-old died on the Tibetan side of Everest, while a 48-year-old Slovakian perished near the Balcony in the south in Nepal, officials said. All three climbers died on Sunday. Roland Yearwood , 50, from Georgiana, Ala., was making his second attempt to climb Everest after he narrowly escaped an earthquake-triggered avalanche in 2015 that killed 19 people on the mountain and almost 9,000 people in Nepal and prompted local officials to cancel the remainder of the climbing season. Read More »

US Def. Sec'y Mattis touts Trump predecessors' Asia policy


The defence secretary will also face questions about the softer stance Mr Trump has adopted on Beijing as he pushes China to step up pressure on North Korea over its nuclear programme. The administration has made no serious overt attempt at multilateral diplomacy besides introducing new sanctions via the United Nations . Pyongyang has launched several more ballistic missiles since then, including a short-range missile on Monday that landed in the sea off its east coast. Read More »

Juve must be "fiendish" to beat Real, says Allegri

TEAMS entering the Champions League are better-of not winning their domestic title if they want success, new research reveals. 'Next season, under Conte, I expect that Chelsea will be one of the big challengers in the Champions League'. Read More »

Serbia's new president to discuss naming next PM next week


Aleksandar Vucic , former prime minister of Serbia and leader of the ruling Progressive party, assumed office on Wednesday as Serbia's new president . Vucic, who won the April 2 elections in the first round with 55.08 percent of votes, took the presidential oath of office at parliament and took over duty from outgoing president Tomislav Nikolic. Read More »

Putin praises Trump, says US spies may have faked hacking evidence


The climate deal can not work without the United States, he said, but the accord is not slated to go into effect until 2021, which left hope for a compromise that would bring the United States back to the deal. Putin said he wouldn't "judge" Trump for pulling out of the climate pact, which nearly 200 nations approved in 2015, including Russian Federation. Putin deftly brushed off questions about meetings that members of the Trump campaign - including then-Sen. Read More »

England's Woakes injured out of rest of Champions Trophy

Put in to bat, Bangladesh did well to post 305 for six with opener Tamim Iqbal (128, 142b, 12×4, 3×6) getting his ninth ODI hundred. "Side strains are a big confidence thing". If the team started their game well with the coordination without any mash-ups, then they can able to end up the match with the lowest score around 180. Read More »

4 people trampled to death by elephant


An additional dose of sedative administered by Dr Manohan 15 minutes later, helped the workers to load the pachyderm into the lorry, which finally left the spot around 2-50 pm to the Top slip elephant camp. This is the second incident of wild elephant attack this week. The police said the elephant strayed near human settlements from the Madukkarai forest area. Read More »

Salmonella Tied to Live Poultry Sickens 372 in 47 States


So far, 71 people have been hospitalized but no deaths have been reported . Salmonella has sickened at least one Whatcom County resident and 15 others in Washington. Do not allow children younger than 5 years to handle or touch live poultry and eggs without supervision. "Infection may occur when you're handling live poultry, too, when you are cleaning out your coop area", said Davison, who gets calls everyday from backyard bird owners. Read More »

Notley confident despite possible political shakeup in BC

Corporate and union donations would be banned, and limits placed on individual contributions to political parties. Horgan says the deal will also allow the province to defend its coast, an apparent reference to the expansion of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline and a seven-fold increase in tanker traffic off B.C. Read More »

12 cases of mumps have been reported in MA


Previously in MA, mumps has been found chiefly among vaccinated college students and others connected to colleges and universities. The new cases are among adults between the ages of 20 and 41 living in Chelsea, Boston and Revere. "Unless they're aware we're on the lookout, they're not thinking mumps". The residents presented symptoms of mumps between March 24 and May 31, and 10 of the 12 have shown signs of illness since May 9. Read More »

Flesh-Eating Bacteria Kills Man Who Took Swim After Getting New Tattoo


The unidentified man, whose case was detailed in the British Medical Journal , had gotten a tattoo on his right calf five days prior to swimming , Metro reported . The Metro reports that within 24 hours after being admitted, he was on life-support with organ failure. Green suggests that people leave the bandage on one day after getting tattooed, and use a topical antibiotic ointment to treat the tattoo afterwards. Read More »

Kathy Griffin Shows Canceled, Presser Set as Sky Falls

Comedian Kathy Griffin received the wrath of pretty much everyone with her mock Trump beheading photo shoot. Kathy Griffin has really taken it on the chin for her irresponsible and disgusting photo stunt that was universally excoriated by both right and left for depicting the severed head of President Donald Trump . Read More »

Celebrate a life at Relay For Life of Louisa


In the United States alone, there are more than 15.5 million people living with a history of cancer. Hopefully, with time that will change and we will eradicate this disease once and for all. hosted by D93 WDNS personality Tony Rose. The committee started the event five years ago to acknowledge cancer survivors outside of Relay for Life, an annual event that is held in July to raise money for cancer research and local programs. Read More »

Mahanoy City's Jack McCloskey, GM who built Pistons' 'Bad Boys' teams, dies


He helped build a roster that made eight straight playoff appearances, five straight Eastern Conference finals and three straight NBA Finals . McCloskey became Pistons general manager in 1979 and held the position until 1992. During his retirement ceremony in 2008 at the Palace of Auburn Hills, the Pistons hung McCloskey's name in the rafters. It was announced last month that he had Alzheimer's. Read More »

Pacific sees Trump decision as "grave moral injustice"


If we can, great. "Pelosi stated, "... President Trump is abandoning America's leadership position in the fight against the climate crisis and is sending a strong message to the rest of the world to create, design and manufacture clean energy solutions and create jobs elsewhere". Read More »

GST Council to fix rates on gold, biscuits tomorrow


The Council, chaired by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and comprising state counterparts, could also consider a review in tax rates of some goods, besides clearing the rules to be followed for proforma of forms to be filled up once Goods and Services Tax kicks in. Read More »