• 'I'm really rich' _ Trump's running mate can't say the same
'I'm really rich' _ Trump's running mate can't say the same

Personal financial matters almost ended Pence's political career before it even began. There was no mention of how Pence's position may have shifted since December, when he tweeted that Trump's proposed temporary Muslim ban was "offensive and unconstitutional".

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  • The world reacts to the attacks in Nice
The world reacts to the attacks in Nice

Wounded people are evacuated from the scene where a truck crashed into the crowd during the Bastille Day celebrations in Nice, France, 14 July 2016. The driver, who a police source said was of French-Tunisian heritage, plowed through the revelers for 1.2 miles before police shot and killed him.

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  • Anonymous Calls for
Anonymous Calls for "Day of Rage" in Minneapolis, Threatens St. Anthony…

Through what are being called unofficial channels , folks claiming affiliation with the hacktivist group Anonymous have released a 'nationwide call to action' , listing locations for demonstrations in 37 United States cities where simultaneous protests begin at 7pm, EDT.

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  • The new secret to losing weight? Water
The new secret to losing weight? Water

The study was based on data collected by a federal health survey , in which researchers had documented weight and height of participants. Also, people who took in too little water daily had higher odds of being obese compared to those who consumed enough (odds ratio: 1.59).

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  • American evangelicals will vote Trump, survey finds
American evangelicals will vote Trump, survey finds

Kaine, in a cool tone, said he gets especially "steamed" when Trump denigrates the US military. "His message is that you should be afraid", she told a gathering of Latino activists on Thursday. He's been heavily vetted, particularly his time as Newark mayor. It's unclear what that examination found, but it's key to her decision. This may be the...

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  • A 'Startling' First in Zika Transmission
A 'Startling' First in Zika Transmission

Doctors have known for some time that a man can spread the Zika virus to a woman through sex. For those who do, the illness is usually mild with symptoms including fever, rash, joint pain and red eyes lasting from several days to a week. The public health agency still recommends that persons with Zika abstain from sex or use condoms for vaginal, a...

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  • Juno halts midstage drug study over deaths
Juno halts midstage drug study over deaths

The FDA said it will need Juno to submit four documents: a revised patient informed consent form, a revised investigator brochure, a revised trial protocol and a copy of the presentation to the agency. In May, three Juno patients died for the excess of fluids in their brains, according to reports made at the trial to the Food and Drug Admin...

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  • Pokemon GO Lands In The UK
Pokemon GO Lands In The UK

Pokemon Go, too, is everywhere. Candy Crush, at its height, boasted around 93 million daily active users globally. Now, the impetus is on Niantic to deliver the game to as many players as possible, so its efforts can shift towards updating the app and adding new content.

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  • Phil Mickelson maintains lead on rainy day at Troon
Phil Mickelson maintains lead on rainy day at Troon

Lee Westwood of England uses an umbrella to shelter from the rain on the 11th green during the second round on day two of the 145th Open Championship at Royal Troon on July 15, 2016 in Troon, Scotland . My weather gear is totally soaked now and I've got to somehow dry it out before tomorrow". It might be a dozen or 15 in total. "I don't have anoth...

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  • Gonorrhea in earliest stage of developing resistance to antibiotics: CDC
Gonorrhea in earliest stage of developing resistance to antibiotics: CDC

Gail Bolan, director of CDC's Division of STD Prevention, added in the same news release . As if you needed something else to keep you awake at night, a new statement from the U.S. men who have sex with women (MSW). "Not only do we need new drugs to fight this infection but we also need additional resources to address our current gonorrhea ep...

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  • Former Vanderbilt player sentenced to 15 years for dorm rape
Former Vanderbilt player sentenced to 15 years for dorm rape

One of four players charged with aggravated rape and aggravated sexual battery stemming from the June 2013 incident, Batey was convicted in April of one count of aggravated rape, three counts of aggravated sexual battery and other charges. Prior to receiving his sentence, Batey, while handcuffed read a letter to the courtroom where he apologized to...

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  • Rihanna Cancels Concert In Nice, France After Terrorist Attack
Rihanna Cancels Concert In Nice, France After Terrorist Attack

The sun rose Friday morning over the Mediterranean city of Nice, devastated by what appears to be the latest, horrifying terror attack on French soil. Margaret Gilmore, senior associate fellow at security think tank the Royal United Services Institute, said: "There has been no claim of responsibility yet, but certainly the working theory is that th...

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  • Zika in NYC: First female-to-male transmission reported
Zika in NYC: First female-to-male transmission reported

Most people infected with Zika have few or minor symptoms. Zika causes a host of birth defects, especially microcephaly, a condition that stunts the growth of a fetus's brain and the skull to collapse on it. This is the 15th case of Zika being sexually transmitted in the United States. A key lesson of AIDS is that a virus--in HIV's case, infect...

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  • Stenson (65) has no trepidation about Rio Olympics
Stenson (65) has no trepidation about Rio Olympics

McIlroy, who is ranked fourth in the world behind Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson, has as many major trophies as all three combined. "It's great to grow the game, there's no question about that, but I think you have seen with the number of top professionals who have decided not to go this time, where it stands in our minds".

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  • Zika virus now transmitted via sex
Zika virus now transmitted via sex

This condition might increase the amount of virus in sexual excretions, though cases of male transmission without hematospermia have been reported too. Though Zika can be transmitted through sexual activity, so far the virus has only been confirmed through male-to-female sex, since Zika stays longer in semen than in vaginal fluid.

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  • Cancer patient dies after Ziopharm experimental drug therapy
Cancer patient dies after Ziopharm experimental drug therapy

Shares of Ziopharm were down almost 16 percent Friday in mid-morning trading on the Nasdaq stock exchange. A Ziopharm spokesman stated that the Company had not yet informed the U.S. "This Phase I study is being conducted in late-stage, recurrent GBM, so these patients are all, unfortunately, medically fragile", the company said.

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  • Liverpool sells Ibe, Skrtel as Klopp reshapes squad
Liverpool sells Ibe, Skrtel as Klopp reshapes squad

The Hawthorns - 15/5/16 Liverpool's Jordon Ibe celebrates scoring their first goal Action Images via Reuters / Paul Burrows Livepic EDITORIAL USE ONLY. The buy-back clause will enable Liverpool to bring the player back if he performs very well at Bournemouth depending on his performance as laid out in the terms.

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  • Woman found to spread Zika through sex for 1st time
Woman found to spread Zika through sex for 1st time

Both tested positive for the virus . But several countries where Zika is also thought to be widespread, including Haiti and Venezuela, have not reported any microcephaly. Health official say she may have spread the virus through vaginal fluid or menstrual blood. The New York case involved a "nonpregnant woman in her twenties who reported...

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  • Eight Powerful Quotes From President Obama's ABC Town Hall
Eight Powerful Quotes From President Obama's ABC Town Hall

Obama was both praised and criticized after answering questions from shooting victims, police officers and community leaders about race, policing and violence during the hour long forum. "I just wanted to say that respectfully, but I am sorry for your loss". "Nobody's more hopeful than me", Obama told Patrick shortly before he sat back down in th...

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  • Law enforcement, activists to meet with President Obama at White House
Law enforcement, activists to meet with President Obama at White House

On Tuesday the president attended a memorial service for the five Dallas officers and called the families of Alton Sterling in Louisiana and Philando Castile in Minnesota to offer condolences. Other activists present include the Rev. Al Sharpton and NAACP President Cornell Brooks. "We learned a lot about the shocking emotions that police have goi...

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