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Arsenal coach Wenger says, Alexis will stay at Arsenal for upcoming season


Even if that means not putting everything into Europe. 'It is the outcome of the ownerships and that has completely changed the whole landscape of football in the last 15 years, ' he said. "For me, it is the effect of the ownerships and that has completely changed the whole landscape of football in the last 15 years", Wenger said . Arsenal start their Premier League campaign against Leicester City on August 11. Read More »

CTE fears reverberate for NFL's legends at Pro Football Hall of Fame


Taylor played with speed and excellent instincts, and he recorded 139.5 sacks during his career. Andersen is the NFL's all-leading scorer. Former Miami Dolphins coach Jimmy Johnson will be Taylor's presenter. This year's class includes six notable players and an owner who has been making waves in the league for almost three decades. Both men had peaks worth remembering - Davis's 2,000-yard rushing season and Tomlinson's 31 combined rushing and receiving touchdowns - but even their peaks ... Read More »

GOP Rep Urges Trump to End Lawmakers' Healthcare Subsidies

Most House Republicans opted to submit themselves and their staffs to the exemption of the law because they despised the law and played virtually no role in its inception. "We're not going to wait to find out what Donald Trump wants to do", said California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, who is helping steer the states' involvement. Read More »

Senate Dems spell out conditions on bipartisan tax reform

President Donald Trump's already tenuous relationship with the establishment of the Republican Party was thrown into further doubt following the ouster of former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., a committee member. Trump has called for renegotiating NAFTA, a deal he bashed ceaselessly as a candidate. Trump has threatened anew in recent days to cut off the payments to insurers, which total $7 billion this year and are helping trim out-of-pocket costs for 7 million people. Read More »

Colombo Test: India declare their first innings at 622-9


Saha played some of the classic shots but go out on 67. Thereafter, Saha and Hardik Pandya (20) put on 45 runs for the seventh wicket . However, the Tamil Nadu all-rounder departed right after reaching the milestone, after scoring a well-contributed 54. Read More »

Neymar: Leaving Barcelona 'one of the toughest' decisions of my life


I was nearly disappointed because we were under pressure but he wanted to leave in the right way. Players like you make this club and its history bigger. He earlier severed his ties with Barcelona after paying the colossal sum of 222 million euros to buyout his contract. With that in mind Barca may be better placed in the long run to save some money for future windows if they are not to end up poorer on the field and no better off financially from Neymar's move. Read More »

Sanchez will stay at club this season - Wenger

Wenger is confident of keeping Sanchez at Arsenal for the season and wants him in his squad for the first Premier League match against Leicester City . The Chilean was in fantastic form for the Gunners last season, scoring 30 goals and assisting a further 19 strikes in all competitions. Manchester United have agreed a £27million deal for Paris Saint-Germain defender Serge Aurier - even though the Ivory Coast worldwide is now banned from entering the UK. Read More »

It's Time to Take the Hyperloop Seriously


As with many good business ventures, competition is brewing. They achieved a new top speed of 192 mph (310 km an hour ). While impressive, the 192mph trip falls short of the 250mph goal the company had set itself. Hyperloop One plans to transport cargo with its technology by 2020 and passengers by 2021, its site says . Representatives of both American companies were recently in India to lobby the government for land to build a hyperloop track. Read More »

NFL Hall Of Fame Game: Cowboys vs Cardinals TV Schedule

There are, though, a number of things to watch in this game. Teams subjected to the Hall of Fame Game every year have to play five preseason games. Tight end Rico Gathers could be another reason to watch . Blain Gabbert will be handling the Arizona offense as he fights for a job on the team's roster. The Broncos will play against the San Francisco 49ers the following week on Saturday, Aug. Read More »

Cong should support IT raids against Karna minister: Ananth

The I-T department, however, stressed that it was not a political conspiracy. Such was the fear that Irrigation Minister MB Patil said, "If not today, tomorrow I would also be raided by IT sleuths at the behest of the BJP leaders". "When there is a raid, the IT officials have to record the person's statement, so they went to the resort", Jaitley said. Shivakumar has checked in the resort soon after he returned from Delhi a day before. Read More »

Explosion at Minneapolis school levels building


Officer Vicki Karnik, one of the first responding officers on the scene, said the explosion reminded her of the 2007 Minneapolis bridge collapse that killed 13 people and injured 145. The Minneapolis Fire Department initially tweeted that one fatality was reported in the collapse at Minnehaha Academy . A woman who identified herself as Berg's sister, and who lives in Idaho, wrote on Facebook that she is "trying to hold it together". Read More »

All countries are failing when it comes to breastfeeding


It can't be substituted. "Breastfeeding is the best start in life one can give to the newborn and it has positive effects that last through adulthood - no other health intervention has a return on investment matching that for breastfeeding", said WHO Representative to Sri Lanka, Dr Razia Pendse. Read More »

Japan manufacturing PMI edges down in July


This was also the case with new business from overseas. The survey also showed backlogs of work continued to decline for the third time in the past four months, with the rate of contraction the greatest recorded by the survey, since data were first collected over five years ago. Read More »

Hammond sparks Tory turmoil over free movement of labour after Brexit


Downing Street tried to pacify warring cabinet ministers yesterday with a fudge in which it insisted that the principle of European Union free movement would end after Brexit but refused to commit itself to a specific replacement. The news torpedoes earlier suggestions that there might be a transitional phase after Brexit, with free movement extended. He clarified: "We could be forced to change our economic model, and we will have to change our model to regain competitiveness". Read More »

Sessions and Trump talk need to fight transnational gang


Advancing these crusades are more important to the alt-right than serving as Trump apologists, which is why Breitbart News is now criticizing Trump and defending Sessions as the "man who embodies the movement that elected Trump ". Sessions has shown his loyalty to Trump time after time, but the same can't be said about Trump. MS-13 is an worldwide criminal enterprise with tens of thousands of members in several Central American countries and many USA states. Read More »

Majority of Americans support transgender military service — Reuters poll


He's banning transgender people from the military. What about the "disruption" supposedly caused by allowing openly transgender men and women to serve? Since President Donald Trump announced via Twitter that he was rolling back President Obama's work to ensure open service for trans service members, the general public has displayed reactions ranging from disbelief to outrage. Read More »

Marking World Hepatitis Day


World Hepatitis Day takes place on July 28 each year with a goal of increasing awareness about hepatitis and how individuals can take steps to prevent new infections or gain access to curative treatments. "Whether that's getting tested or posting a #ShowYourFace selfie, every action brings us closer to eliminating viral hepatitis ". In just four months since this partnership has been developed, more than 10 000 patients have been tested for hepatitis B and C and, where needed, treated free ... Read More »

US Senate Republican proposal to repeal Obamacare fails


After the suspense and drama of the United States Senate vote on Tuesday , which enabled the Republicans to advance to the Senate floor debate on overhauling #Obamacare and the country's health care policy , what are the next battlegrounds? Two Republican senators say House Speaker Paul Ryan's statement that the House is willing to negotiate a final health care bill with the Senate is insufficient. Read More »

Russian sought in bitcoin laundering held in Greece


BTC-e appeared to be connected with 300,000 BTC stolen from Mt. Gox. The stolen Bitcoins were then moved to a different virtual currency exchange, Bitstamp, and sold for traditional currencies, which were deposited in bank accounts that Mr. Read More »

UK To Ban Petrol & Diesel Cars From 2040


As a result, Europe could become a 100 per cent pure battery electric vehicle market by 2035, according to ING. "The Conservatives had a manifesto promise to ensure that by 2050 there would be no diesel or petrol vehicles on the road and today we're confirming that should mean no new diesel or petrol vehicles by 2040", Gove told Radio 4. Read More »

Charlie Gard's mom pleads for baby boy to die at home

He says delays in treating Charlie mean his condition is now so poor that treatment will not help. The parents' lawyer, Grant Armstrong, told Judge Nicholas Francis that his clients' "last wish is that Charlie dies at home". The couple's barrister Grant Armstrong countered by asking why a portable ventilator - which would have theoretically been used to take Charlie to the USA - can not be used. Read More »

West Nile found in five local communities


The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets collected the mosquitoes and the Health Department laboratory conducted the testing. West Nile Virus mostly feels like a flu - you might have nausea, fever, and a headache. Four out of five people infected with West Nile virus will not show any symptoms. The state began trapping mosquitoes on June 6 and 896 pools have been tested. Read More »

Chicken? Just a little detail at the very end, says Liam Fox


British trade minister Liam Fox on Monday offered a full-throated support of the global rules-based trading system - and the World Trade Organization in particular - while claiming that the UK's desire for outward-looking free trade is in line with the values of the Trump administration. Read More »

South African child 'virtually cured' of HIV


A nine-year-old child has been virtually cured of HIV , scientists claimed yesterday. Early trial data from 309 patients showed jabs every one or two months worked as well as daily pills - which is how antiretroviral therapy (ART) is now taken. Read More »

International AIDS Society: Trump budget cuts will cause deaths

They were split into groups and randomly given further maintenance treatment in the form of more pills, or injections either once a month or once every two months. Dr Avy Violari, the head of paediatric research at the Perinal HIV Research Unit in Johannesburg, said: "We don't believe that antiretroviral therapy alone can lead to remission". Read More »