• Utah resident who had been infected with Zika dies: health officials
Utah resident who had been infected with Zika dies: health officials

Olympic Team. Zika virus generally produces no symptoms or only mild illness-a fever, rash, and body aches-for the vast majority of those who are infected. Men who have traveled to areas where Zika is actively spreading and did not develop symptoms of Zika virus infection should use a condom or abstain from sex for at least eight weeks afte...

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  • Obama: Global growth could be hit 'if in fact Brexit' happens
Obama: Global growth could be hit 'if in fact Brexit' happens

At the conclusion of Tuesday night's meeting, European Council President Donald Tusk said EU leaders understood "that some time is now needed to allow the dust to settle in the United Kingdom". They also called on Britain to trigger the EU's exit clause by notifying them of its intention to withdraw, which would start a two year clock to negotiate ...

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  • Zika-Related Death Reported in Utah, 1st in Continental US
Zika-Related Death Reported in Utah, 1st in Continental US

The elderly victim, who had an underlying health condition, died in late June after traveling to a country where the mosquito-transmitted virus is active, the Salt Lake County health department said . The virus has caused concern because it can cause potentially severe birth defects in babies whose mothers were infected during pregnancy, inclu...

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  • One officer killed in Dallas was a former LA Sheriff's dispatcher
One officer killed in Dallas was a former LA Sheriff's dispatcher

He played a few years of semi-professional football in the state. He also visited his daughter's school in police uniform on several occasions. A nine-year veteran of the DPD, he moved to Texas from MI. "He was always calling me". He is remembered by the LASD for serving at the Lennox and Lancaster Sheriff's Stations as a highly regarded and resp...

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  • State Senate Passes GMO Labeling Bill
State Senate Passes GMO Labeling Bill

Vermont's problematic labeling law will continue to do damage along the food supply chain until both houses of Congress band together and send a bill to President Obama's desk. Most contend such labeling is unnecessary, since genetically modified foods are safe, but say the Roberts-Stabenow bill is preferable to a "patch-work quilt" of state ...

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  • Fresno County Confirms First Case Ff Travel-Related Zika Virus
Fresno County Confirms First Case Ff Travel-Related Zika Virus

There are now 935 cases of Zika confirmed in the continental U.S.as well as another 2,026 in American territories, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . Peter Hotez, dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital. No vaccine or treatment for the Zika virus ...

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  • Postal Lockout Deadline Extended to Monday
Postal Lockout Deadline Extended to Monday

The CUPW added that - "as a sign of good faith" - it has offered to drop an unfair labour practices complaint filed against Canada Post if management agrees to the union's proposal. Postal workers recently won a court challenge to legislation forcing them back to work after Canada Post locked them out in 2011, which was ruled illegal and uncons...

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  • Miami children's hospital evacuated following bomb threat
Miami children's hospital evacuated following bomb threat

Miami-Dade Police said they received a call about a possible bomb threat and a shooting just before 3 p.m. In the wake of Thursday night's shooting in Dallas, Ramirez was asked by a member of the media if police responded differently to Friday's local threats than they normally would have.

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  • Lower risk of death linked to higher unsaturated fat intake
Lower risk of death linked to higher unsaturated fat intake

The study, published in JAMA Internal Medicine , was led by researchers from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston , MA, including doctoral candidate Dong Wang. According to the researchers, in recent years, there has been "widespread confusion in the biomedical community and the general public about the health effects of spec...

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  • UK PM candidates vow to make European Union immigration harder after Brexit
UK PM candidates vow to make European Union immigration harder after Brexit

They should be used appropriately, in such a way as to ensure that the reputation of the House is not put at risk. She said: "We [women] just get stuck in". "Andrea has made that clear I think but I think that Theresa should make that clear as well". "I live in a constituency that's quite rural about this and very successful hunts there that are ...

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation director defends decision in Hillary Clinton email case
Federal Bureau of Investigation director defends decision in Hillary Clinton email case

Though Comey kept a relatively clam demeanor throughout the 4.5 hours of scrutiny, he revealed at one point that the Clinton Foundation might now be under investigation as well. The group also wants to question State Department officials John Bentel and Clarence Finney. CHAFFETZ: Do you know who paid for that? He held that it was "possible"...

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  • Utah resident dies after contracting Zika virus
Utah resident dies after contracting Zika virus

According to CDC guidance, providers should consider testing all pregnant women with a history of travel to a Zika affected area for the virus . Travel associated Zika cases in the USA and DC are now more than 1,130 and 14 of these cases are thought to have been sexually transmitted, but so far no cases of mosquito-local transmission.

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  • Dallas Sniper Killed by Police Bomb Wanted to 'Kill White People'
Dallas Sniper Killed by Police Bomb Wanted to 'Kill White People'

Ross said it's too early to say what impact this could have on the DNC, as there are ongoing discussions. "Democratic party nominee Hillary Clinton's hatchet-woman Elizabeth Warren may as well be an accomplice in the now out of control outbreak of racial violence in America that resulted in the calculated murder of at least five Dallas police...

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  • Pokémon Go out now on iPhone and Android
Pokémon Go out now on iPhone and Android

The game is already available for both Android and iOS to users in New Zealand and Australia. But if you like in the United Kingdom or any other country, you'll need to follow these how-to steps to start catching them all. You are a Pokemon trainer and have to discover and capture all Pokemon's around you. Macquarie said it expects Ninten...

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  • Louisiana police say autistic woman kept in cage
Louisiana police say autistic woman kept in cage

The 22 year old, whose name is not being released at this time, was transported to local area hospital where she was evaluated. This resulted in the five subjects being charged with Human Trafficking. "The degree of trauma that somebody like this goes through is probably indescribable and something I can't imagine, so I would certainly ask that we ...

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  • Man appearing in court today over offensive Hillsborough t-shirt
Man appearing in court today over offensive Hillsborough t-shirt

Grange admitted displaying any writing, sign or other visible representation which was threatening or abusive contrary to of the Public Order Act 1986. It caused widespread anger and was seen by relatives of Hillsborough victims, who said it caused them anxiety and sleepless nights. "For 27 years I have had to listen to such hatred towards my famil...

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  • Dallas shooter had no ties to terrorist organisations: White House
Dallas shooter had no ties to terrorist organisations: White House

According to the President, at that time he said police "have an extraordinarily hard job, and the vast majority of them do their job in outstanding fashion". Just hours before gunfire erupted in Dallas on Thursday, the president expressed solidarity with those outraged over police shootings in Baton Rouge and suburban St.

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  • 1st death related to Zika virus seen in continental US
1st death related to Zika virus seen in continental US

Many people in the USA and overseas are anxious about contracting the mosquito born virus Zika , but that isn't the only illness that mosquitoes can carry. Paul Byers. The agency offered a few tips for protection from mosquito bites, including: wear long-sleeved shirts, pants, socks and shoes; use insect repellant; sleep in places with air-condi...

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  • US police forces respond to Dallas attack with grief, action
US police forces respond to Dallas attack with grief, action

New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton has taken another swipe at Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Five officers were killed and seven wounded in what appeared to be a coordinated attack by at least one sniper firing from an elevated position near the route where demonstrators were protesting the recent killings of black me...

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  • US plans to fund Zika virus study of US Olympic team
US plans to fund Zika virus study of US Olympic team

According to the health department, almost 80 percent of people infected with the virus will have no symptoms. An elderly Utah women infected with Zika has died. The Zika virus typically causes mild illness with symptoms lasting for several days to a week after being bitten by an infected mosquito. The virus is believed to cause a fetal defor...

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