• Trump and Clinton clash over national security
Trump and Clinton clash over national security

However, right before she drank a glass of water, she quipped, "Every time I think about [ Donald] Trump I get allergic". When only Trump and Clinton are considered, both candidates are tied at 46 percent, with 8 percent undecided. Almost twice as many voters below the age of 45 showed their support for Clinton (54%) than for Trump (29%). Ju...

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  • Singapore travel alert amid Zika threat
Singapore travel alert amid Zika threat

Zika spreads mostly through mosquito bites and can cause birth defects, according to the CDC. Harris said pregnant women should heed Zika warnings and not travel to affected areas, including parts of Latin America and some counties in southern Florida.

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  • Detroit mayor slams Trump's visit to black church
Detroit mayor slams Trump's visit to black church

After he was done speaking, church pastor Bishop Wayne Jackson draped a prayer shawl over Trump's shoulders. Later, Trump swayed along with the music as the congregation's chorus sang. "Our political system has failed the people and works only to enrich itself". The African-American electorate traditionally leans heavily Democratic.

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  • Britain's junior doctors suspend planned 5-day strike
Britain's junior doctors suspend planned 5-day strike

The BMA called off next week's action after talks with NHS England, but still plans to hold strikes in October, November and December unless the government backs down. Future action is still avoidable. McCourt told Jeremy hunt, the health secretary, that he now had a month to stop the imposition of the new contract that has sparked such anger amo...

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  • FDA Bans Antiseptic Chemicals From Soaps; No Proof They Work
FDA Bans Antiseptic Chemicals From Soaps; No Proof They Work

Antibacterial soaps and body washes are on their way out ; they aren't any more effective at cleaning than plain soap and water and they might even be unsafe, the Federal Drug Administration announced Friday. The FDA says some short-term animal studies have shown that exposure to high doses of triclosan is associated with a decrease in the levels ...

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  • Politicians Enter Fray Over EpiPen Price Debate
Politicians Enter Fray Over EpiPen Price Debate

For patients previously paying the full list price, the card effectively reduces their out-of-pocket cost exposure by 50 percent, Mylan said. Clinton, the Democratic nominee for president, sent Mylan's shares plummeting as much as much as 6.2 percent within minutes of calling for the company to drop prices of its EpiPen emergency allergy shot.

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  • Tim Cook on European Union tax ruling: 'It is total political crap'
Tim Cook on European Union tax ruling: 'It is total political crap'

The interview with the Irish paper is Cook's latest public comment on the issue. She further said that tax benefits can not be given to only selected companies and that such dealings are illegal under European Union state aid rules. "I'd be the first to say that the tax system needs to be reformed and that it should be made simple and straightf...

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  • Malaysia detects first locally-transmitted Zika case
Malaysia detects first locally-transmitted Zika case

The United States, Australia and other countries have added Singapore to the growing list of places that pregnant women or those trying to conceive have been warned to avoid. In this study , the researchers established the ecological niche for Zika virus in the Americas - where Zika virus transmission has been reported or where conditions are su...

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  • Second medical marijuana proposal OK'd for Arkansas ballot
Second medical marijuana proposal OK'd for Arkansas ballot

Benca, who didn't immediately return a message late Friday afternoon, claimed more than 15,000 signatures that were submitted for the proposal should be tossed out. "I don't think there will be any problem differentiating between the two", Couch said. A separate challenge was filed with the court last month by a coalition of groups opposed to the...

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  • Tropical Storm Hermine heads for Florida
Tropical Storm Hermine heads for Florida

The Category 1 storm hit just east of St. Marks around 1:30 a.m. EDT with winds around 80 miles per hour, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center . Hermine was upgraded to a hurricane on Thursday afternoon - and by 8 p.m., the hurricane was packing winds of 80 miles per hour. Hermine's wind strength will continue to weaken as it ...

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  • FDA bans antiseptic chemicals from soaps, cites no evidence
FDA bans antiseptic chemicals from soaps, cites no evidence

The FDA also said there have been concerns about whether exposure to the soon-to-be-banned ingredients - triclosan in liquid soaps and triclocarban in bar soaps - could pose health risks, such as bacterial resistance or hormonal effects.

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  • Jared Fogle Blames Victim's Parents For Emotional Distress
Jared Fogle Blames Victim's Parents For Emotional Distress

According to Fogle , the girl's parents had an abusive alcohol-fueled relationship, which led the girl to severe depression, substance abuse, self-harm and suicidal tendencies. A federal appeals court has rejected Fogle's appeal of his sentence of more than 15 years in prison, finding his arguments unpersuasive. Taylor was convicted of 12 cou...

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  • Obesity Now Linked To 8 More Cancer Types
Obesity Now Linked To 8 More Cancer Types

After reviewing more than one thousand papers doctors of the IARC found out that obesity and overweight can provoke other eight cancers. Overall, the team found a positive correlation with higher body-mass index (BMI) and greater cancer list.

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  • Hamilton fights back to edge Rosberg - FP2 Report
Hamilton fights back to edge Rosberg - FP2 Report

Ferrari were best of the rest in both sessions at their home track with Finland's Kimi Raikkonen third in the morning, but more than a second off Rosberg's pace, while team mate Sebastian Vettel was fourth. Max Verstappen was the lead Red Bull in fifth, with Daniel Ricciardo in sixth place. A circuit Mercedes has largely dominated at for the last...

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  • Clinton Offers Plan To Prevent 'Excessive' Drug Price Hikes
Clinton Offers Plan To Prevent 'Excessive' Drug Price Hikes

The maker, Mylan N.V., hiked the cost of a twin-package of EpiPens to $608, claiming it was absolutely not an option to cut back that price. There may be one problem with Clinton's proposal: She would need the blessing of the U.S. In some cases, however, there is a possibility that some people who could benefit from the lower cost generic won't...

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  • FDA warns of fatal risks from mixing opioids and sedatives
FDA warns of fatal risks from mixing opioids and sedatives

The review also found that these problems are becoming more prevalent. Overdose deaths from taking prescribed or greater-than-prescribed doses of both drug classes almost tripled, according to the release. "Doctors notice black box warnings ", Dr. Wen said in February, in calling for the FDA to require the new language on prescription drug packagi...

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  • Uzbek President Islam Karimov 'in intensive care'
Uzbek President Islam Karimov 'in intensive care'

Karimova accused her mother and younger sister of sorcery, compared her father to Stalin and attacked the country's powerful security chief for corruption and harbouring presidential ambitions. "They have gained massive wealth under Karimov". But there is little reason to expect either would radically change Uzbekistan's internal politics, Rabbimov...

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  • FBI to release report on Clinton emails as soon as Wednesday
FBI to release report on Clinton emails as soon as Wednesday

Clinton's 302, which are notes from an Federal Bureau of Investigation agent on the former secretary of state's voluntary interview, is also slated for release in response to numerous FOIA requests from news organizations. The donors who allegedly were seeking the favor either did not respond to ABC News or said they were not there, while a Clinton...

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  • Trump plans detailed immigration talk as questions remain
Trump plans detailed immigration talk as questions remain

Trump's tweet Sunday suggested he was poised to clear up questions about his immigration stance. ALos Angeles Times poll included in the August 5-27 sampling showed Trump with a less than one percent lead, with both he and Clinton each garnering about 44 percent support, but other polls in that sampling showed the Democratic nominee leadin...

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  • French official: Calais border deal with UK must be changed
French official: Calais border deal with UK must be changed

Under his suggested changes, if asylum applications were denied, migrants would be deported to their country of origin directly. Currently, under Le Touquet treaty, British officials check passports in France and vice versa, but migrants in France can not claim United Kingdom asylum until they cross the channel.

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