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The Southwest Airlines aircraft, which was flying from NY to Dallas and had 149 passengers on board, was forced to make an emergency landing in Philadelphia on Tuesday. At issue are engines made by CFM International, a joint venture between General Electric Co. and France's Safran SA. The Southwest Boeing 737 took off Tuesday morning from NY, headed for Dallas.
  • BJP fields another Reddy brother in Karnataka polls

    BJP fields another Reddy brother in Karnataka polls

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    I want to ask Rahul 'baba' , your home minister Sushil Kumar Shinde, P Chidambaram, Digvijay Singh and all had tried to defame Hindu culture by talking about saffron terrorism. The Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee general secretary B G Mittu Chengappa confirmed that Rahul Gandhi would be addressing a public gathering at Dasara Ground in Gonikoppal of Virajpet constituency.
  • Minnesota marks 2-year anniversary of Prince's death with 'Prince Day'

    Minnesota marks 2-year anniversary of Prince's death with 'Prince Day'

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    He was also estate manager at Paisley Park and one of three people who found Prince's body in an elevator there. Johnson has declined to talk about Prince's last days. Schulenberg did so, again under Johnson's name, Metz said. Police said they found pills scattered all over his home, some in blankets and others mixed together in the same bottle.
  • Pelicans Anthony Davis' ridiculous putback slam dunk over Jusuf Nurkic

    Pelicans Anthony Davis' ridiculous putback slam dunk over Jusuf Nurkic

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    The volume was high early with the crowd revved up for the first playoff game in New Orleans since 2015 - and eager to see if the Pelicans could push Portland to the brink of elimination. Aminu finished with 21 points, 8 rebounds, 2 steals and one block. The Blazers leader has been completely out of sync in these playoffs, shooting an ungodly 13-of-41 over the first two games.
  • Nationwide Drop In Filling Opioid Prescriptions

    Nationwide Drop In Filling Opioid Prescriptions

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    A health data firm released a report Thursday showing a nine percent average drop nationwide in the number of prescriptions for opioids filled by retail and mail-order pharmacies. A new study credits part of the decline in opioid prescriptions to changes in regulations and laws, as states struggle to get the opioid epidemic under control.
  • On April, 25 TRI Pointe Group, Inc

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    The stock decreased 4.58% or $0.79 during the last trading session, reaching $16.46. About 1.28M shares traded. TRI Pointe Group had a net margin of 6.66% and a return on equity of 11.89%. The business is expected to announce its next quarterly earnings results before the market opens on Wednesday, April 25th. They expect $0.24 EPS, up 380.00 % or $0.19 from last year's $0.05 per share.
  • Dozens sickened by romaine lettuce

    Dozens sickened by romaine lettuce

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    The CDC also revealed that the outbreak has spread to five new states, including Alaska, Arizona, California, Louisiana, and Montana, in addition to the previously-known states of Connecticut, Idaho, Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington.
  • New Species Of 'Exploding Ant' Discovered In Borneo

    New Species Of 'Exploding Ant' Discovered In Borneo

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    The small reddish-brown ants look like any other ant. The species, formally known as Colobopsis explodens and nicknamed Yellow Goo, is not the first type of ant found to deploy the unusual but highly effective defence, but it is the first to be fully classified since 1935.
  • Prime minister says sorry for treatment of Commonwealth immigrants

    Prime minister says sorry for treatment of Commonwealth immigrants

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    She too urged for the home secretary Rudd to "consider her position" over the "misery" caused to British residents of the Windrush generation . Here's what you need to know. "It's about worth, what you've done to help Britain be the better place that it was". In November a year ago, he was detained again and booked on a plane to Jamaica two days later.
  • Horner: Max's mistakes remind me of Vettel

    Horner: Max's mistakes remind me of Vettel

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    Verstappen tipped now-Ferrari driver Vettel into a spin in the closing stages of last weekend's Chinese Grand Prix, one week after clashing with the Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton in Bahrain. "Those are the days when a young driver like Max, hopefully for him, will learn and adapt". The German went on to win four F1 World Drivers' Championship titles with the Milton Keynes-based outfit, the first at the age of 23.
  • AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli: Cricket's Federer and Nadal?

    AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli: Cricket's Federer and Nadal?

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    Now Virat Kohli himself has given the reply to this question that who is the best in between both. Although Kohli will miss the one-off Test against Afghanistan, this move to play County Cricket is certainly one in the right direction as there is no doubt that his role in the Indian team , both as a batsman and as the captain, will be critical in England.
  • Corker has 'no idea' if Trump will run for reelection

    Corker has 'no idea' if Trump will run for reelection

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    Camerota kept the back-and-forth going by pointing out Trump's campaign fundraising, and asking Corker "why wouldn't" the president run again. "I'm not going to campaign against someone who I've been a friend with and worked with, you know?" The banter continued as Corker insisted that he has "no idea" what the GOP field will look like, and it's too early talk about endorsements.
  • Bajau people 'evolved bigger spleens' for free-diving

    Bajau people 'evolved bigger spleens' for free-diving

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    Often called sea nomads, they have traditionally lived on boats and harvested almost everything they eat from the sea. The spleen performs a key position within the "human dive response" that places the physique in survival mode when it's submerged underneath chilly water for even transient quantities of time.
  • China firms up connectivity projects with Nepal, asks India to join in

    China firms up connectivity projects with Nepal, asks India to join in

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    Asked whether Gyawali's visit to Beijing showed that Nepal wanted to rebalance its relations between India and China, Wang said the three countries were "natural friends and partners" due to their geographical proximity. We are neighbours connected by the same mountains and rivers", Wang said."As we say in China, family members and neighbours wish each other well."Support for Nepal's development should be a common understanding between China and India, he added.