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According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act will create an additional 5,600 jobs in New Mexico. It makes the code simpler and fairer. "Middle-class Americans and job creators deserve relief from burdensome taxes and the opportunity to pursue more of their ambitions on their terms".
  • (EMR) Shares Sold by the New York State Common Retirement Fund

    (EMR) Shares Sold by the New York State Common Retirement Fund

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    The insider now holds 1.84 million shares of Emerson Electric Co . It has outperformed by 1.77% the S&P500. Boston Private Wealth Ltd Limited Liability Company reported 0.1% stake. (NYSE: EMR ) to report earnings on February, 6. The average 12 month target price among brokers that have updated their coverage on the stock in the a year ago is $64.92.
  • Jennifer Lawrence Punished for Challenging Director

    Jennifer Lawrence Punished for Challenging Director

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    And she says that even though women are mistreated in all industries, she understands why more don't stand up for themselves - because she says she, too, has been "punished" for it. Blige , Allison Janney and Saoirse Ronan-talked about the recent accusations, the victims' courage to speak out and how changes can be made. "It's deeply ingrained, unfortunately", she concluded.
  • Markets rebound as Sensex jumps almost 350 points, regains 33000-mark

    Markets rebound as Sensex jumps almost 350 points, regains 33000-mark

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    Infosys jumped the most. The Sensex hit the day's high of 33,165.15 before settling up 346.38 points, or 1.06 per cent, at 33,106.82. The NSE Nifty50 dipped by 38.35 points, or 0.38 per cent, to close at 10,186.60 points, while the Sensex closed at 32,941.87 points - down 91.69 points or 0.28 per cent.
  • Harvey Weinstein accuser Rose McGowan faces drugs charge

    Harvey Weinstein accuser Rose McGowan faces drugs charge

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    The Class 5 felony charge "stems from a police investigation of personal belongings that tested positive for narcotics and were left behind on a flight (United 653) arriving at Washington Dulles International Airport on January 20", according to a spokesman for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority.
  • A great day to quit

    A great day to quit

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    The next year the Smokeout went nationwide. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, smoking causes 480,000 deaths every year in the U.S. She says there are two methods that help immensely. "Coalition", which helps schools, businesses, and landlords implement tobacco-free, nicotine-free policies.
  • 'Fountain of Youth' Gene Discovered in Secluded Amish Community

    'Fountain of Youth' Gene Discovered in Secluded Amish Community

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    Douglas Vaughan of Northwestern University, Chicago, and his team were able to study the impact of a mutated SERPINE1 in 43 carriers of the gene variant within the community, and reached some remarkable conclusions. Progressive shortening of telomeres leads to senescence, or biological aging. Telomeres are tiny caps that tip the ends of chromosomes and which get shorter with age.
  • A Legionnaire's Outbreak Near Disneyland Has Now Infected 15 People

    A Legionnaire's Outbreak Near Disneyland Has Now Infected 15 People

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    The four not connected to Disneyland lived in or had visited Anaheim - suggesting there could be sources of infection not yet discovered, the Los Angeles Times reported Thursday. The county's Health Care Agency is working with the California Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help medical providers and public health departments identify the infection in people who may have become ill after traveling to Anaheim, particularly Disneyland, before ...
  • Woman Stabs Man Who Groped Her While Jogging

    Woman Stabs Man Who Groped Her While Jogging

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    The woman didn't let him get away just yet, though. A fearless Salt Lake City woman said she was groped during her morning run - and she retaliated against her attacker by stabbing him, police said. The man reportedly approached her from behind and tried to grab her. "We certainly don't want to have another incident like this, and we would like to get this person identified and off the street", Detective Wilking said.
  • Multiple bomb attacks kill 18, injure 29 in Borno

    Multiple bomb attacks kill 18, injure 29 in Borno

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    The other two suicide bombers blew themselves up before reaching their targets, he added. "While twenty nine others sustained various degrees of injuries and were rushed to university of Maiduguri teaching hospital/State Specialist Hospital for medical attention, Police patrol /Explosive Ordinance Department (EOD) teams promptly mobilized to the scene to sanitize and render the area safe".
  • Global Cylinder Boring Machine Market Growth 2017 Trends, Outlook and Forecast 2022

    Global Cylinder Boring Machine Market Growth 2017 Trends, Outlook and Forecast 2022

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    Global and China Flexible Plastic Packaging Market Research gives the exhaustive affiliation between past and current market trends to predict future market values and tendencies of the and China Flexible Plastic Packaging market. Comparison of past, current and future data is also accomplished in the global Recycled Plastics industry report so as to envision drastic conversion of Recycled Plastics market.
  • Philippine economy expands 6.9 pct in Q3

    Philippine economy expands 6.9 pct in Q3

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    However, 2017's third quarter GDP was slower than the 7.1 percent recorded in the same period a year ago. Growth on a quarterly basis, however, cooled at 1.3 percent compared with the previous quarter's upwardly revised 2.0 percent and slower than the 1.6 percent forecast in a Reuters poll.
  • As Delhi struggles to breathe, government plugs Rs 787-crore 'green' fund

    As Delhi struggles to breathe, government plugs Rs 787-crore 'green' fund

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    The Delhi government has made a decision to offer over 40 government services ranging from grant of water connection to marriage certificate at people's doorstep, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Thursday. AAP's chief spokesperson Saurabh Bharadwaj said they never said that the Delhi government had shortage of funds. Meanwhile, the Delhi government said it had prepared a one-year short-term plan to tackle air pollution.
  • Almost 14K of popular hoverboards recalled

    Almost 14K of popular hoverboards recalled

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    Hoverboards are two-wheeled, battery-powered scooters (without a handlebar) that have a pivoting platform intended for the rider's feet. You can find more details about each recall here: Smart Balance by Salvage World , Sonic Smart Wheels by Dollar Mania , Tech Drift, iLive by Digital Products , iHoverspeed by Simplified Wireless , Go Wheels by Four Star Imports , Drone Nerds .
  • New blood pressure guidelines set to treat at risk patients

    New blood pressure guidelines set to treat at risk patients

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    Most importantly, they play a unique role in providing and ensuring support for population-wide behavior changes to both prevent and control high blood pressure. People with risk factors like obesity, tobacco usage and others also need to reasonably maintain blood pressure levels at 130/80, added the cardiologist.
  • US FDA approves first digital pill with ingestible sensor

    US FDA approves first digital pill with ingestible sensor

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    ABILIFY MYCITE, however, has not been approved for the treatment of patients suffering from dementia-related psychosis or in case of pediatric patients. At this time, these digital pills are only being rolled out to a select number of healthcare plans and providers and patients. They will be enabled to block the notifications at any time or remove recipients from the list if they change their mind.
  • Grandparents 'may be having a negative impact on grandchildren's health'

    Grandparents 'may be having a negative impact on grandchildren's health'

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    Researchers from the University of Glasgow examined data from 56 studies spanning 18 countries in order to assess the care provided to children by grandparents who are not designated as their primary carers. Dr Chambers said: "From the studies we looked at, it appears that parents often find it hard to discuss the issues of passive smoking and over-treating grandchildren".