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I dead, 6 sickened in NYC Legionnaires' cluster


One person with significant underlying health conditions in their 90s has died. Four of the Lenox Hill victims were recovering in hospitals, while two others were treated and released, according to a release from NYC Health. Legionnaires' does not spread from person to person. A NY police officer was confirmed to have Legionnaires' disease at the 23rd Precinct in Harlem on June 10. Read More »

Russia unveils psychic cat ahead of Confederations Cup

Petersburg on July 2. Portugal , who made it to the tournament after beating hosts France in the Euro 2016 final , are in Group A along with Russia , New Zealand and Mexico . The Confederations Cup brings together the best teams from the different continents. Kia will host its very own "World Final " in Russian Federation on June 28, with five-a-side teams selected from national contests taking place in eight countries around the world. Read More »

Conservatives need to deliver an 'open' Brexit - Scotland leader


She paid tribute to Mr Robertson, who had been MP for Moray since 2001, describing him as a "politician and parliamentarian of huge stature, who week after week held the Prime Minister to account, providing the scrutiny that the official opposition in the House of Commons failed to do". Read More »

Steve Scalise 'in some great trouble,' Donald Trump says


Trump is also crediting the congressman for bringing people together. "Steve in his own way may have brought some unity to our long-divided country", Trump said at the White House while announcing his Apprenticeship and Workforce of Tomorrow program. Read More »

Coconut oil is actually worse for your heart than butter


Dr. Tara Narula, CBS News medical contributor, said many believe coconut oil is healthy as manufacturers tout it is anti-aging, lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease and prevents dementia. The Heart Association and American College of Cardiology advise anyone with questionable cholesterol readings to get saturated fat down to just 5 percent of total calories. Read More »

Morgan's Inspiration Island to open as world's first completely accessible water park


A new water park in San Antonio is making sure kids with disabilities don't miss out on the splashing fun this summer. The park sits next to Morgan's Wonderland, a 25-acre fully accessible theme park that opened in 2010. In one of the play areas, the water can be warmed up so that guests who have a sensitivity to cold can comfortably play and splash around. The park also provides two other wheelchair types - one pushed by a caregiver and a traditional manual one. Read More »

Recall of Nature's Promise Trail Mixes


If you need to get in touch with the company, contact Trader Joe's Customer Relations at 626-599-3817 - and in the meantime, opt for a different breakfast today. has expanded its recall of Simple Truth Dry Roasted Macadamia Nuts. There are a number of symptoms, including nausea, fever, chills, diarrhea, headaches and convulsions. Read More »

Coca-Cola Company (The) (KO) Position Held by Stralem & Co. Inc

The company has a market cap of $192.09 billion, a PE ratio of 31.64 and a beta of 0.70. Insiders have sold a total of 463,946 shares of company stock worth $20,701,224 over the last ninety days. As per Thursday, September 29, the company rating was downgraded by Stifel Nicolaus. The firm has "Equalweight" rating given on Monday, July 18 by Barclays Capital. Read More »

North Korea Marks World Blood Donor Day


NHS Blood and Transplant is urging people in Lancashire to start saving lives by registering as new blood donors during National Blood Week, which starts on Monday. "The demand for blood is a consistent one", he said. Half of all donors in England are over 45 so it's important to recruit younger people to donate blood. Read More »

New breast cancer drug Kadcyla approved for NHS use


Roche offered an undisclosed discount off the £90,000 ($115,000) per patient cost, and the National Health System this time around chose to compare Kadcyla with Herceptin plus capecitabine, instead of a different combo of treatments. In less than one month, the petition amassed over 115,000 signatures from across the country. NHS Scotland approved the drug for routine use in April. Read More »

Coast Guard brings 18 tons of seized cocaine to San Diego


Nearly a half billion dollars of cocaine won't be hitting US streets thanks to the coast guard. "I think it's awesome to see all these drugs, and actually see all the drug smugglers", said Sanchez. "Our nation faces significant threats posed by transnational organized crime networks that spread violence and instability throughout the Western Hemisphere", said Capt. Read More »

Meet the winners of Beyoncé's Formation Scholarship


Rogers, Paige, Ramos and Youngblood will each receive $25,000 toward their education. Applicants were considered from Berklee College of Music , including the colleges in Boston and Valencia, Spain, Berklee online and Boston Conservatory at Berklee; Howard University in Washington, DC; Parsons School of Design at The New School in New York City; and Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia, according to Beyoncé's website . Read More »

Escaped Georgia inmates caught in Tennessee

Authorities had offered a $130,000 reward for information leading to their arrests. Two Georgia inmates captured after a manhunt in the killings of two prison guards have appeared in court in Tennessee, wearing orange jumpsuits and surrounded by law enforcement. Read More »

White House Defends US Withdrawal From Paris Climate Agreement


Andrew Cuomo and Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee have formed the "United States Climate Alliance", a coalition of states committed to upholding the Paris climate agreement's targets. Baker had said he was disappointed in Trump's decision and committed to promoting clean energy and reduced carbon emissions in MA, but demurred when asked earlier in the day about joining the coalition. Read More »

In Trump tweets, 'witch hunt' now all the rage

The stated focus has been Russia´s alleged efforts to tilt last November´s presidential election Trump´s way, and whether the winner´s campaign was involved in any way. Comey had previously assured Trump he was not under investigation. According to the Washington Post , Dan Coats, the director of national intelligence, Mike Rogers, the head of the National Security Agency, and Richard Ledgett, the former deputy director at the NSA, have agreed to be interviewed by Mueller's ... Read More »

Theresa May: I'm sticking to my Brexit blueprint

The EU will keep the door open for Britain to return, but only on worse terms than it now has, European Parliament Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt said Wednesday. "I can't negotiate with myself", he told The Financial Times . The DUP is believed to be more favorable to a "soft Brexit" that would keep Northern Ireland's border with the Republic of Ireland free-flowing. Read More »

Lead found in 20 percent of baby food samples, report says


A new report suggests food - particularly baby food - could be a problem, too. Arrowroot cookies (64 percent of 44 samples) and teething biscuits (4 percent of 43 samples) were most often found positive. "I can't explain it other than I assume baby food is processed more", Neltner said. Contaminated water and soil are also sources. FDA has set guidance levels of 100 parts per billion (ppb) for candy and dried fruit and 50 ppb for fruit juices. Read More »

Clark County health leaders urge protection against tick bites


Different ticks carry different viruses, explained Licata, so it is very important to detect which kind of tick has latched on. Ticks are commonly known for carrying pathogens like Lyme Disease but, in recent months, state health officials have been seeing other potentially unsafe diseases cropping up, including the Powassan Virus , which, if left untreated, could be fatal. Read More »

Private clinics shut for day to protest Karnataka law


Around 15,000 private clinics across Karnataka remained shut on Friday as hundreds of doctors rallied in the state capital to demand withdrawal of a proposed amendment to the Karnataka Private Medical Establishments (KPME) Act, 2007. "Instead of attempting to control or regulate the private hospitals, the government should concentrate on improving state-run hospitals. The government can't burden private hospitals that have already tied up with them for various insurance schemes etc", said Dr ... Read More »

Shocking, says Rajnath Singh on Trump's cash-for-climate allegations


Tapper replied and said that the standards Haley was referring to were set by the USA and not by other countries. He criticized the pact as a job-killer that put the United States as an unfair advantage. Solar energy production cost has come down drastically in India and the country is set to see manifold increase in production of solar and wind energy over the years. Read More »

The Saga PLC (SAGA) Given Average Rating of "Hold" by Brokerages

Peel Hunt restated a "buy" rating on shares of Saga PLC in a research report on Friday. 04/04/2017 - Scapa Group had its "Add" rating reiterated by analysts at Numis Securities. 03/02/2017 - Indivior had its "Buy" rating reiterated by analysts at numis. Therefore 53% are positive. Analysts await FirstCash Inc (NYSE:FCFS) to report earnings on July, 27. Read More »

"Compelling information" gathered in search for vehicle linked to Molly Bish case


It's been 17 years since 16 year old Molly Bish was abducted and killed while working as a lifeguard at Comins Pond in Warren, MA. The campground is a few miles away from where Bish was last seen alive. Investigator Sarah Stein, who has been working with the family, said she was confident the auto would be found. No one has been arrested in connection to Bish's disappearance and murder, but Stein said that they have "extremely compelling information" on a person of interest. Read More »