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Woman finds 'teeth' in barbacoa tacos


In the Facebook post following this incident, the woman said that the server had told her that it was "baby teeth " when confronted about the issue. 'Unfortunately, it made its way into this customer's dish'. Some posters noted that the so-called " teeth " looked a lot like beef lips, an nearly furry-looking part of the cow that's usually ground up. Read More »

Texas unemployment rate up slightly to 4.9 percent in February


Texas employment rose during February but at a much slower pace than in January, the Texas Workforce Commission reported Friday morning. "Along with the steady increase in the Texas Leading Index, this suggests that growth will rise above the state's long-term average of 2.1 percent this year". Read More »

Care Sector Faces Uncertainties Regardless of House Bill's Fate

On Thursday evening, after almost 12 hours of delay, the House of Representatives voted along party lines to implement "martial law "-a term that in this instance doesn't mean a military coup but rather a loophole that allows them to hold a floor vote on a bill that was marked up and changed that same day". Read More »

Klopp urges Liverpool youngsters to emulate Ejaria


Klopp handed Ojo first team chances in the final part of last season, but the winger suffered a back issue during last summer's pre-season tour of the United States and slipped down the pecking order during his recovery. 'If not, then they still have time. Klopp is a keen advocate of youth and Liverpool's youngsters should be licking their lips at a wonderful opportunity to impress under the tutelage of a highly respected manager. Read More »

Blackcaps v South Africa - rain holds off for second day


A rejuvenated Tom Latham ensured a positive start to New Zealand's reply after Quinton de Kock bolstered South Africa with a defiant 90 on another wet day in the third Test in Hamilton. Handed a second life on Saturday by New Zealand's wasteful use of the DRS system, du Plessis passed his half-century off 94 balls on Sunday before falling for 53. Read More »

De Kock defies New Zealand to get South Africa to 314


He bent low and attempted to lap it around the corner behind square. On the third ball of Mitch Santner's opening over, Latham anticipated du Plessis was going to sweep and before the shot was played he was moving to his right where he flung out an arm to take the close-range catch. Read More »

Next Labor Secretary Faces Long To-Do List


Looming over Acosta was his handling of the Jeffrey Epstein case. Epstein claimed that he believed all the women were of age and insisted all sex acts were consensual. "Acosta, who is as traditional a conservative Republican as there is, will be caught in this back-and-forth between the populist Trump and the anti-regulatory, business-friendly Trump", said former acting labor secretary Seth Harris, who served under Obama. Read More »

National Health Policy a visionary step: Apollo Group


The policy aims at reaching health care in an assured manner to all, particularly the under-served and underprivileged, he said. The policy seeks to reorient and strengthen the public health systems. The policy seeks to move away from Sick- Care to Wellness, with thrust on prevention and health promotion. Previous health policies did not fix firm targets for elimination of diseases like kala-azar and filariasis, but the new policy does, he said. Read More »

Freezing of symbol gives level playing field to O Panneerselvam's faction


Meanwhile, the Sasikala-led AIADMK faction has been allotted a "hat" as its party symbol. Both sides made representations to the Election Commission all through Wednesday. "Even when Jayalalithaa and the Two Leaves were around the DMK has won many elections". Dinakaran, who filed his papers with a brand new hat on his head, told reporters that it was only a temporary setback. Read More »

Obamacare Marks Seven Years Amid Repeal Vote

Earlier this week, the head of the US bishops' committee on domestic justice wrote to Congress urging them not to pass the bill without ensuring Americans would not lose critical access to health insurance. For most of this week investors have been waiting for answers about the fate of the bill, which is scheduled to be voted on later Friday after it was delayed a day ago. Read More »

Palace urges public to observe Earth Hour

The gesture is symbolic, but organizers hope it will help people become more wary about the energy they use. The lights of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France's best-known symbol, were switched off for five minutes at 1930 GMT and the Burj Khalifa tower in Dubai, the world's tallest building, went dark for an hour. Read More »

Bowlers, openers help New Zealand edge ahead on Day 2


It had an unexpected quality to it, and put that down to Latham's instinctive move to follow what he expected the line of the ball to be. In the first over of New Zealand innings, Latham (42 not out) was given out caught behind but he used a review to overturn the decision and few overs later, South Africa used a review for LBW against him but the ball had pitched outside leg. Read More »

Fertility test with your smartphone


What's more, the test was so user-friendly that 10 volunteers with no formal training correctly classified more than 100 semen samples.Study co-author John Petrozza, director of the Massachusetts General Hospital Fertility Center, called the ability to bring point-of-care sperm testing to consumers or health facilities with limited resources "a true game changer". Read More »

Box-office: Badrinath Ki Dulhania races past Rs 100 crore


RS 2.72 crore on Monday, Rs 2.45 crore on Tuesday, RS 2.30 crore on Wednesday and Rs 2.05 crore on Thursday, thereby making the collective total of two weeks to be Rs 100.74 crore. The first place is achieved by Shahrukh Khan's Film Raees with 137 crores then Hrithik Roshan Kaabil, next Jolly LLB2. This is Alia's second and Varun's third 100 crore film. Read More »

Common Meds Linked to Heart Problems


Another downside of the study was the fact that the researchers only accounted for the prescription drugs that the patients had taken. The findings add to evidence about the adverse cardiovascular effects of NSAIDs. Even though the researchers could not identify exactly how NSAIDs might cause cardiac arrest and other cardiovascular system problems, they guessed that these types of medications encourage platelet accumulation and blood clot development. Read More »

Shining a light on climate action

Last year, 2 billion people from 178 countries took part in the event, among them were 22 million Russians. "This is the ninth year that the PC has participated in the Earth Hour movement", said the hotel's general manager Zulfiqar Malik. Read More »

Texas wins the 2017 DI Men's Swimming and Diving Championship


Smith led the way in the 1650-yard freestyle final with a time of 14 minutes, 22.41 seconds . The 22-year-old, who won a gold in the 4x200m freestyle with the U.S. The 21-year-old UT junior holds the 200-yd butterfly NCAA record of 1:37.97. California junior and former Bolles star Ryan Murphy, victor of three Olympic gold medals last summer, won the NCAA title in the 100 back. Read More »

UGC releases list of fake universities and colleges, Uttar Pradesh in lead


As per an HT report, UGC has now issued another circular asking colleges and universities to upload information on PhDs received by their staff/students, making special mention of the mode in which the degree was pursued. For all the Universities and Institutions Deemed to be Universities shall admit M.Phil/Ph.D. students through an Entrance Test conducted at the level of Individual University/Institution Deemed to be a University. Read More »

José José listo para luchar contra el cáncer


Sin embargo, en una segunda ronda de estudios en el Instituto Nacional de Nutrición de México lograron identificar su padecimiento. " Me está creciendo un pequeño tumor canceroso en el páncreas , debido a esa situación estoy tan flaco", dijo el artista. Read More »

Los Angeles places order for CRRC metro trains


CRRC's USA manufacturing facility is still under construction at the former Westinghouse site on Page Boulevard in Springfield. The paper reports that the contract is worth $137.5 million, and includes an option for an additional 10 cars, at a cost of $23.5 million. Read More »

Youth hockey coach faces sex assault charges in DE, NJ

Police there say there were at least two victims there. The Delaware incidents were first reported in June of 2016. A Pennsylvania hockey coach who held clinics in five states, including New Jersey, over the past 20 years has been charged with a 12-year-old player in 1994. Read More »


The transaction was disclosed in a legal filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which is available through this link . Large shareholders that own at least 10% of a company's shares are required to disclose their transactions with the SEC. Read More »

Sunshine for the weekend with highs of 17 degrees!


The sunshine will continue on Sunday with temperatures between 12 and 16 degrees. It will be cooler on the east coast again, however, where it will only reach nine or ten degrees. On Wednesday, Met Éireann predicts "further outbreaks of rain, turning heavy in many western counties during the day", adding that there will be "further heavy falls of showery rain overnight". Read More »