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Phil Mudd struggled to hide his heartbreak when he spoke about the killing of children and adults at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland when a gunman opened fire in classrooms and corridoors . This week's tragic shooting continues the depressingly and hauntingly common trend of school shootings in America. 'I can't do it, Wolf. Some analysts became emotional and had difficulty expressing their thoughts .
  • Pelicans vs Pistons in a battle of bigs

    Pelicans vs Pistons in a battle of bigs

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    Drummond had 16 points and 14 rebounds in the loss at New Orleans last month, his seventh double-double in nine career meetings. Anthony Davis had 38 points and 10 rebounds to help the New Orleans Pelicans beat Detroit on Monday night in another of his strong performances against the Pistons.
  • CCRC Spending to Rise Steadily Through 2026

    CCRC Spending to Rise Steadily Through 2026

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    The report also found that by 2026, federal, state and local governments are projected to finance 47 percent of national health spending, up from 45 percent in 2016. Over 2017 to 2026, personal healthcare spending growth is projected to average 5.5% per year, with average growth in prices (2.5%) and use and intensity (1.7%) expected to account for roughly 75% of this growth.
  • How cybercriminals exploited Telegram flaw to deliver malware

    How cybercriminals exploited Telegram flaw to deliver malware

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    Thus, malicious JavaScript file "gnp.js" becomes "sj.png", tricking users into believing the prepared malware is actually a harmless image file. Even when using an instant messaging application which prides itself on privacy and security, Kaspersky recommends users "avoid sharing any sensitive personal information in instant messengers", and never download unknown files from untrusted sources.
  • Salmonella illnesses prompt pet food recall

    Salmonella illnesses prompt pet food recall

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    The most recent recall on February 10 was for ZooLogics Duck with Vegetable Meals for Dogs (Lot #41957) and ZooLogics Chicken with Vegetable Meals for Dogs (Lot #41567) because the products may be contaminated with Salmonella . The FDA encourages consumers to report complaints about this and other pet food products electronically through the Safety Reporting Portal or by calling their state's FDA Consumer Complaint Coordinators .
  • Calls in Iran for UN-Sponsored Referendum

    Calls in Iran for UN-Sponsored Referendum

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    This will be the first visit by Rouhani, who is the seventh President of Iran , after taking charge in August 2013. He will also meet Iranian nationals, including students, residing in India. The port is seen as a way for India to establish trade links with Afghanistan and countries in central Asia bypassing Pakistan. But the uncertainty over United States policies has cast a shadow over the project, officials say.
  • Say No To Valentine's Day, Celebrate Mahashivratri: Lucknow University Tells Students

    Say No To Valentine's Day, Celebrate Mahashivratri: Lucknow University Tells Students

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    A statement on the same read, "Over the past few years, it's been observed that under the influence of Western culture, youth are celebrating February 14 as Valentine's Day". It further adds, "Students are directed not to wander on the campus on the holiday". A student said, "You've declared a holiday on that day, but telling students to not enter university premises isn't right at all".
  • NDP didn't seek Alberta dispute, Horgan says

    NDP didn't seek Alberta dispute, Horgan says

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    Alberta Premier Rachel Notley will not attend this weekend's NDP Convention in Ottawa. "I have an enforcement background and the law is the law and if you fight the law then somebody needs to deal with that and in this case, it's the federal government that needs to step up to the plate and takes action".
  • Man United, Celtic mourn former player Liam Miller

    Man United, Celtic mourn former player Liam Miller

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    Miller, who grew up in Ovens village in County Cork , died on Friday at the age of 36 after suffering from cancer. He had been undergoing treatment in the United States and in Ireland . Former Celtic teammates Shaun Maloney and Aiden McGeady were also at the funeral along, of course, with scores of Miller's friends and family. Also in attendance was Fianna Fáil leader Michael Martin, developer Michael O'Flynn and the Bishop of Cork and Ross, Dr John Buckley.
  • Japanese Company Claims Experimental Drug Kills Flu Virus in a Single Day

    Japanese Company Claims Experimental Drug Kills Flu Virus in a Single Day

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    The cure works faster than any other medication and only needs a single dosage. The flu is a serious disease caused by the influenza virus that affects the respiratory tract. "We may be on track to break some recent records". Both Japanese and American flu patients were included in the trial. Nonetheless, doctors still recommend the population get a yearly flu shot.
  • Columbia University study hints at UV weapon against flu

    Columbia University study hints at UV weapon against flu

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    Researchers have known for decades that so-called broad-spectrum UVC light , which has a wavelength between 200 and 400 nanometers (nm), is effective at killing bacteria and viruses. Flu infection spreads from individual to individual basically through fine fluid beads, or pressurized canned products, that end up noticeably airborne when individuals with influenza hack, sniffle, or talk.
  • United Kingdom charity regulator investigates Oxfam Haiti scandal

    United Kingdom charity regulator investigates Oxfam Haiti scandal

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    She said Oxfam "was not conducting the criminal record checks it needed to", and that "children were being left alone with adults who had not been record checked". The Charity Commission said in a statement it had "engaged with Oxfam on a formal regulatory basis" to address Evans' concerns when she contacted them in 2015.
  • Trump's 2019 Budget Would Slash Great Lakes Funding

    Trump's 2019 Budget Would Slash Great Lakes Funding

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    Critics say that slashing the funding for Great Lakes restoration makes no sense after a decade of advances in slowing the spread of exotic species, improving fish and wildlife habitat, dredging and capping legacy toxic sediment and reducing urban and agricultural runoff.
  • Speaker Madigan faces questions over claimed failure to act following harassment allegations

    Speaker Madigan faces questions over claimed failure to act following harassment allegations

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    In November, she wrote Madigan, who had an attorney investigate. Mr. Quinn has worked with my political offices for almost 20 years. Long-time aide Kevin Quinn was sacked by Madigan after being accused of sexual harassment. I immediately consulted with my attorney, Heather Wier Vaught, and directed her to conduct a thorough investigation. He added that Hampton "asked for my discretion, and indicated she did not want others to know about the situation, and that Kevin not be further ...