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A celebration of his life will be held at his home in New Windsor at 1 p.m., Saturday, April 14. Burial with military honors will be at St. Anthony Cemetery in McGrath at a later date. Foresman, 72, of Allenwood, passed away Monday, March 26, 2018, at Geisinger Medical Center, Danville. Born on March 25, 1960 in Dallas, Texas to the late Robert and Jeanine Combs Henson, he had been a resident of Florida for 18 years after coming from Vail, Colorado.
  • Spurs beat Thunder 103-99, climb into 4th spot in West

    Spurs beat Thunder 103-99, climb into 4th spot in West

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    He was frustrated because the game wasn't going well for him and he snapped. Both teams are tied in the loss column with the New Orleans Pelicans, who are a half-game back in the No. "I thought we had some things around the basket that we didn't finish that we had the opportunity to finish, and then I think we had some possessions that weren't great".
  • Lexi Thompson smiling again at ANA; Pernilla Lindberg leads

    Lexi Thompson smiling again at ANA; Pernilla Lindberg leads

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    The $2.8 million 47th ANA Inspiration tournament, women's golf's first major of the year, begins Thursday in Rancho Mirage. She said she was feeling nervous but also confident. Playing partner Lydia Ko, the 2016 victor, had a 70. Wie struggled, shooting 3-over 75. She birdied the first four holes and was 6 under after 11.
  • This is why knuckles cracking produces a popping sound

    This is why knuckles cracking produces a popping sound

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    Vineeth Chandran Suja, a postgraduate student at Stanford University in California, was cracking his knuckles in class when he chose to look into the matter. Greg Kawchuk , the lead author of the 2015 paper , said Suja and Barakat "should be congratulated" for designing a mathematical model that creates a theoretical pre-existing bubble.
  • Don't allow Buhari use you again, PDP advises Tinubu

    Don't allow Buhari use you again, PDP advises Tinubu

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    The APC leader accused PDP of looting and wasting Nigeria's resources. "We have to report to millions of Nigerians who voted for us, that this is what we found and we are not going to take it off the ground, no matter how twisting the mind of PDP and their supporters may be, we will keep talking about it".
  • Karnataka Police arrest Postcard News editor Mahesh Hegde for spreading fake news

    Karnataka Police arrest Postcard News editor Mahesh Hegde for spreading fake news

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    The FIR against Hegde was filed by Gaffar Baig, the General Secretary of Congress' Bengaluru District Committee, on March 18. It was also shared by Hegde on his personal social media handles. "No one safe in Siddaramaiah's Karnataka", the Facebook page of Postcard News said. Dhruv Rathee said, "The whole BJP IT Cell and even ministers have come out in support of Fake News Mastermind".
  • IndiGo: Tyre Burst at Hyderabad Airport

    IndiGo: Tyre Burst at Hyderabad Airport

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    An Indigo 6E 7117 aircraft carrying close to 75 passengers was landing at the RGIA late on Wednesday when its tyres burst around 10.04 p.m. leaving flyers on their toes. The incident affected the operations at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. "It was brought to parking bay at around 2am", airport sources said. Hyderabad International Airport officials ensured that terminal facilities were provided to the stranded passengers, the statement said.
  • Ronda Rousey Finally Addresses Rapid MMA Downfall

    Ronda Rousey Finally Addresses Rapid MMA Downfall

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    At the same time though, no one would be tweeting about this Golic and Wingo interview had Ronda Rousey not escalated the situation. Let's go back and start with when you knew you were done with MMA , when you knew in your mind you were not gonna fight anymore.
  • Almost every state seeing increases in fatal drug overdoses — CDC

    Almost every state seeing increases in fatal drug overdoses — CDC

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    Of the 63,632 lethal overdoses that year, almost two in three involved opioids, prescription or otherwise. "All branches of the federal government are working together to reduce the availability of illicit drugs, prevent deaths from overdoses, treat people with substance-use disorders, and prevent people from starting using drugs in the first place".
  • SSC paper leak: Four accused sent to 7-day police custody

    SSC paper leak: Four accused sent to 7-day police custody

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    Ten mobile phones, three laptops, three luxury cars, a pen drive, hard disk and Rs five lakh in cash have been recovered from the spot. Amidst allegations of cheating and paper leaking, SSC had made a decision to re-conduct the paper 1 exam for candidates who had appeared for the exam on February 21.
  • Boult, Southee strike, England two down in first session

    Boult, Southee strike, England two down in first session

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    At the conclusion of the first Test, England made wholesale changes to their squad of eleven that took the field in Christchurch , something that was well and truly expected. Jonny Bairstow was not out 30 with Ben Stokes , continuing the cautiousness shown on the final day of the first Test, not out 25. Trent Boult and Tim Southee continued to exploit England's inability to handle the swinging ball and captured three wickets for one run as the visitors slumped to 150 for five at tea ...
  • SIDS May Be Genetic: Here's How To Prevent Crib Death

    SIDS May Be Genetic: Here's How To Prevent Crib Death

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    The mutation causes a dysfunction that can make it harder for infants to adequately respond to hypoxemia, or low oxygen levels in the blood, the researchers said. Treatments are now available for genetic neuromuscular disorders caused by SCN4A gene mutations, but the researchers said that it is still not clear if these treatments can reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome.
  • Ballistic missile intercepted over Saudi Arabia's capital

    Ballistic missile intercepted over Saudi Arabia's capital

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    More than 14,000 people have been killed since the onset of Saudi Arabia's military campaign against Yemen in March 2015. In a televised speech that nearly coincided with the launch, a Houthi leader said their missiles would destroy the Saudi air-defense system.
  • High content of phthalates found in food outside, study finds

    High content of phthalates found in food outside, study finds

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    Among the US population, dining out is associated with exposure to phthalates , according to a study published online March 28 in Environment International . Zota says the grain category contained a wide variety of items including bread, cake, pizza, burritos, rice dishes and noodles. Across the study population, the researchers identified a consistent positive association between dining out and Σandrogen-disruptor levels.
  • Minnesota joins California suit against citizenship question

    Minnesota joins California suit against citizenship question

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    The agency said the question would help the Justice Department protect minority rights, but critics contend it will lower census participation even among legal immigrants and cause the population to be undercounted. A group of 21 Democratic state representatives earlier Thursday released a letter thanking Swanson for joining in a lawsuit filed Tuesday by California's attorney general.