• Forecast: Lake effect comes to a brief end, more snow tonight
Forecast: Lake effect comes to a brief end, more snow tonight

The snow or rain will move into the Northeast on Thursday morning. Just plan for extra time to brush the snow off your vehicle and drive with a little extra care. A storm system will move into the Great Lakes on Wednesday. A more northerly track is looking plausible as of Monday morning. The National Weather Service has already issued a winter...

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  • Delhi Max Hospital's licence cancelled over newborn's death
Delhi Max Hospital's licence cancelled over newborn's death

Announcing the decision to cancel the hospital's licence, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said the final report of an inquiry by the Directorate General of Health Services that was submitted to him had found the hospital at fault. Following the uproar, the health minister took a strict note of the issue and had ordered an immediate probe. Ag...

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  • Eddie The Eagle director Dexter Fletcher signs up to make Queen film
Eddie The Eagle director Dexter Fletcher signs up to make Queen film

Fletcher, who is known for directing " Eddie the Eagle " and " Wild Bill ", will start working on the movie next week. That news was followed up by a response from Singer's camp, claiming that the studio did not make allowances for the director to care for an ailing parent.

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  • Why Amazon and Google just can't get along
Why Amazon and Google just can't get along

It wasn't until relatively recently at WWDC 2017 when Apple and Amazon belatedly said they had reached an agreement to develop a dedicated tvOS app for the Apple TV . From Archer's reporting, it appears that Amazon is aware of the issue, and may already have moved to cover its tracks. While Google's stock price has grown 198% since Decembe...

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  • A New Study Shows Cheese Might Be Good For Your Heart
A New Study Shows Cheese Might Be Good For Your Heart

Moderate cheese eaters may live healthier lifestyles or have higher incomes, leading to reduced risk of heart disease and stroke, researchers pointed out. Well, sort of. The study explains that, as with anything, moderation is key. Get the latest health and science news, plus: burning questions and expert tips.

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  • With flu season approaching, it's time for vaccination
With flu season approaching, it's time for vaccination

It is estimated that flu vaccines helped avert 40,000 deaths between 2005 and 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported . On average, the CDC says flu kills about 24,000 Americans each year, and last year, the toll included 105 children.

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  • Mariah believed to be dead; mother's live-in boyfriend arrested
Mariah believed to be dead; mother's live-in boyfriend arrested

An arrest has been made in connection with the disappearance of 3-year-old Mariah Woods. Earlier Saturday, officials said that the live-in boyfriend of Mariah Woods' mother was charged in connection with the case. Kimrey is now being held at the Onslow County Detention Center under a $1,010,000 bond. "We all hoped and prayed to find her alive"....

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  • Missing Florida teen has 'emotional reunion' with family
Missing Florida teen has 'emotional reunion' with family

Columbia County deputies say after 4pm, a New York State police officer spotted the red Mercury, Frisina and Rian Rodriquez were traveling in. According to FOX 30 News in Jacksonville , Rodriguez has been taken into custody in the Syracuse area.

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  • Jimmy Kimmel Brings Up Roy Moore Being
Jimmy Kimmel Brings Up Roy Moore Being "Banned from the Mall"

It all started when Jimmy Kimmel Live sent Jake Byrd, a fictional character who has appeared on the show before, to crash Moore's speech at the Magnolia Springs Baptist Church , posing as a fake fan. Those don't exactly scream "Christian values" to me, nor should they to anyone else in this country. Advisers close to the president are consider...

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  • A virus mutation has made this year's flu vaccine less effective
A virus mutation has made this year's flu vaccine less effective

The most advanced universal flu vaccine candidate is only in the earliest stages of human clinical trials, and others are still being tested in animals. Some people, such as older people, young children, and people with certain health conditions, are at high risk of serious flu complications. MYTH 4: Everyone receives the same type of flu sho...

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  • Israel to open embassy in Rwanda: Netanyahu
Israel to open embassy in Rwanda: Netanyahu

His visit to Kenya is his third to Africa in a year and a half. Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu is in the country for President Uhuru Kenyatta's inauguration but he will not be present at the Kasarani Stadium due to security concerns. The Prime Minister's Office said that he will attend an official lunch, along with the leaders of Tanzania, Uganda,...

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  • Steep fare hike will kill Delhi Metro: Kejriwal
Steep fare hike will kill Delhi Metro: Kejriwal

The committee has also recommended that the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation to revise the fares once in a year based on an automatic fare revision formula which takes into account increase in cost of staff, maintenance, energy and the Consumer Price Index or seven percent per annum.

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  • In an awkward interview, Nancy Pelosi defends Democratic congressman accused of harassment
In an awkward interview, Nancy Pelosi defends Democratic congressman accused of harassment

Buzzfeed reported on November 20 that Conyers had reached a settlement that exceeded $27,000 with a former staffer who alleged that the congressman had sexually harassed her and she was sacked because she rejected his advances.The following day, Buzzfeed reported that another of Conyers' former staffers had tried to sue him for making sexual...

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  • Arsene Wenger: 'Burnley are Premier League's surprise package this season'
Arsene Wenger: 'Burnley are Premier League's surprise package this season'

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has warned his side that they will be coming up against the Premier League's surprise package when they take on Burnley at Turf Moor on Sunday. Both teams, every time they won the ball, went forward so the intensity was higher. Do Arsenal turn up? The win wasn't enough to elevate Arsenal out of sixth pos...

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  • Manchester United welcomes Brighton and Hove Albion challenge
Manchester United welcomes Brighton and Hove Albion challenge

If we want to fight for every title, every game at Old Trafford has to be a final for us. While Pogba will start once again, Ibrahimovic will have to make do with another stint off the bench as their game times continue to be managed following their returns from their respective injuries.

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  • Donald Trump the golf with Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson
Donald Trump the golf with Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson

All but one round of golf has been at his clubs, playing once in Japan in November 2017 with Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe and Japanese star pro Hideki Matsuyama. I thought "After Turkey call" was Thanksgiving-related the first three times I read this tweet, but Trump had just tweeted he has a phone call with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erd...

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  • Shocking! Four-year-old boy booked for sexually assaulting his classmate
Shocking! Four-year-old boy booked for sexually assaulting his classmate

According to the mother, the child told her that a boy from her class opened her trousers and touched her undergarments. According to first information report (FIR) the mother stated, the girl complained of pain in her lower abdomen but the mother ignored it thinking it was "one of her tantrums".

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  • Britain offers help for Zimbabwe after Mugabe 'oppression'
Britain offers help for Zimbabwe after Mugabe 'oppression'

Cars began honking horns and people cheered in the streets of Harare as the news spread. British Prime Minister Theresa May said Robert Mugabe's resignation yesterday gave Zimbabwe "an opportunity to forge a new path free of the oppression that characterised his rule", and declared Britain stood ready to help.

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  • USA state attorneys general oppose plan to increase national park fees
USA state attorneys general oppose plan to increase national park fees

The letter has no legal standing to prevent fee increases, but Becerra and other state attorneys general did not rule out future legal action. "The Service's proposed fee increases, which double or even triple existing entrance fees, threaten to put many Americans to the choice of beauty or bread and to distance them from the places in whic...

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  • Drinking Four Cups Of Coffee A Day May Have Health Benefits
Drinking Four Cups Of Coffee A Day May Have Health Benefits

It also decreases the risks of liver diseases, diabetes, some cancers, and dementia. As a disclaimer, the researchers also said that people shouldn't drink coffee as a way to prevent disease or cure illnesses. Filtered was shown to have no effect on blood cholesterol levels while unfiltered coffee does. Researchers warned that drinking coffee...

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