• Bill O'Reilly Loses Custody of Kids in Unanimous Court Ruling
Bill O'Reilly Loses Custody of Kids in Unanimous Court Ruling

Bill O'Reilly long custody battle may now be put to an end after New York appeals court rejected the petition of the host. Bill O'Reilly attempted to smear his wife by calling her an " adulterer " and also told his daughter that spending time with her mother would ruin her life.

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  • Butt implants on rise in US
Butt implants on rise in US

The figures released for 2015 showed that males are equally interested in plastic surgeries . The demand for plastic surgery continues to increase in the United States. Nose reshaping took third place and eyelid surgeries were at the fourth position. Patients are also opting to have plastic surgeons work on their cheeks, chin, ears, lips, neck, c...

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  • Nicki Minaj And Meek Mill Reportedly Having Relationship Problems
Nicki Minaj And Meek Mill Reportedly Having Relationship Problems

Which is pretty rare as Mill has always been quite proud and vocal when it comes to bigging up his lady, who just picked up her 23rd Top 20 hit on Billboard with Yo Gotti's "Down in the DM" remix. In the midst of her supposed feud with Meek Mill , Nicki is additionally gearing up for the premiere of her own TV series, titled Nicki , which is ex...

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  • What and when is Super Tuesday? And why does it matter?
What and when is Super Tuesday? And why does it matter?

Over in Nevada , while Hillary Clinton's 53%-47% win in the Democratic Caucuses was close, the psychological effect and momentum swing prove greater than her percentage margin. Nearly all of the super delegates are backing Clinton, which puts her at total of 504 delegates compared to Sanders's 71. He will also get his home state of Vermont and...

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  • Air Force Wants Help Naming New Long Range Strike Bomber
Air Force Wants Help Naming New Long Range Strike Bomber

She called on airmen to send in suggestions. "This aircraft represents the future for our Airmen, and their voice is important to this process". While work has officially begun on the B-21, both Northrup Grumman and the Air Force have remained mum on what exactly the LSR-B's capabilities might look like once it takes to the skies.

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  • Zika virus may have more effects on unborn babies than first thought
Zika virus may have more effects on unborn babies than first thought

Zika seems to pile up in the brains of babies killed by birth defects. The researchers - led by Albert Ko, M.D.at Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) and Dr. Labor was induced at the 32nd week. Later tests confirmed that the Zika virus was present in the baby's cerebrospinal fluid (found in the brain and spine) and amniotic fluid (which holds t...

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  • Steven Avery's lawyer Kathleen Zellner knows who killed Teresa Halbach
Steven Avery's lawyer Kathleen Zellner knows who killed Teresa Halbach

Avery's home or his garage despite claims that Teresa had been tortured and murdered in both areas. The filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos have been talking to the BBC's Jamie Coomarasamy about why they chose to embark on such a controversial project.

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  • NIH taking first steps to huge precision medicine project
NIH taking first steps to huge precision medicine project

New programs under the Precision Medicine Initiative will include a pilot program for investigating how to best recruit precision medicine participants and drafting security guidelines for collecting medical data through the program. A new guidance document will explain how volunteers can make their health data available for research without runnin...

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  • Pancreatic cancer breakthrough could lead to new treatments
Pancreatic cancer breakthrough could lead to new treatments

Around 8,800 people are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in the United Kingdom each year and just 20% of adults survive more than a year after being diagnosed. In doing so, they found some subtypes of the cancer have mutations also seen in colon cancer and leukemia. Pinpointing the drivers of cancer at a genetic level and tailoring treatments acc...

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  • Angela 'Big Ang' Raiola of 'Mob Wives' Dies after Battle with Cancer
Angela 'Big Ang' Raiola of 'Mob Wives' Dies after Battle with Cancer

Raiola said that she stopped smoking immediately after she was first diagnosed with cancer. "It is with sad regret that at 3:01 a.m., Angela Raiola peacefully ended her battle with cancer, and was called home", Medugno wrote on behalf of Big Ang's family.

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  • Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay Damages for Death Caused by Baby Powder
Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay Damages for Death Caused by Baby Powder

The New Jersey based company, after facing several allegations for about three years in the form of petitions, boycott threat and huge negative publicity, finally agreed to eliminate the ingredients 1,4-dioxane and formaldehyde, both considered probable human carcinogens, from all products by 2015.

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  • United States presidential election: Trump scores big win in Nevada
United States presidential election: Trump scores big win in Nevada

He also said that when more Republicans drop out, he will pick up a lot of their supporters. Trump has taken heat for controversial comments he's made about immigrants and Muslims, but was still victorious in the first primary or caucus state with a more diverse electorate.

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  • Bundesliga game suspended after Bayer Leverkusen boss refuses to be sent off
Bundesliga game suspended after Bayer Leverkusen boss refuses to be sent off

The hosts took the lead in the 14th minute thanks to Younes Belhanda's opener, but a 74th-minute equaliser from Martin Harnik shared the spoils. It was Aubameyang who got the goal, and one of the easiest he has ever scored, as BVB made full use of their opposition's confusion to burst into space, with Erik Durm crossing from the left and the st...

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  • Cancer risk higher for Lumber Liquidators laminate flooring — CDC
Cancer risk higher for Lumber Liquidators laminate flooring — CDC

Shortly after Monday's opening bell, the stock was down about 23 percent at $10.96. See: Lumber Liquidators steps up a campaign to restore trust - but is it too late? Lumber Liquidators sells more than $120 million annually in laminate flooring, including products from the U.S.

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  • Elevated cancer risk in Lumber Liquidators laminate flooring — CDC
Elevated cancer risk in Lumber Liquidators laminate flooring — CDC

Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc (LL.N) lost about quarter of its market value in early trading on Monday after a report by a United States federal agency showed that people exposed to some types of laminate flooring sold by the company were three times more likely to get cancer than previously estimated.

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  • Labrador Retrievers Hit Their 25th Year as Top US Dog Breed
Labrador Retrievers Hit Their 25th Year as Top US Dog Breed

For 25 straight years Americans have demonstrated their love for Labrador retrievers by making them the most popular purebred dog breed in the U.S.in 2015. But being beloved is not necessarily a springboard to elite honors. German shepherds, golden retrievers, bulldogs and beagles fill out the top five.

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  • GOP South Carolina Primary Results
GOP South Carolina Primary Results

Trump looked ahead to Nevada and then the 10 primaries and caucuses on Super Tuesday as he tries to increase his delegate advantage. Kasich finished second in the New Hampshire primary, but the expectations are lower for his performance in SC.

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  • SC Republican primary, NV Democratic caucuses
SC Republican primary, NV Democratic caucuses

Unionized casino workers are an important constituency in the caucuses. A top strategist, John Weaver, tells reporters that however the Republican candidate does in Saturday's primary, Kasich's showing will be enough to "drive somebody else out of the race".

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  • Alberta scientists involved in discovery of gravitational waves
Alberta scientists involved in discovery of gravitational waves

The new black hole , with three suns worth of mass has now been turned into an energy - gravitational waves . This confirms the prediction of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity after a hundred years. The phrase has been on everyone's lips. Reitze went on to say that the ripples, which travelled rather slowly than usual at half the...

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  • Pediatric Flu death reported in Mississippi
Pediatric Flu death reported in Mississippi

The Mississippi State Department of Health confirmed one child has died from the flu, and it happened in the northwest part of the state. "Anyone in these groups who hasn't yet had the vaccine should contact their GP, pharmacist or midwife, as they are at much greater risk of becoming seriously unwell if they catch flu".

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