• Gambhir steps down from Daredevils captaincy
Gambhir steps down from Daredevils captaincy

But there has been no change in Delhi's fortunes and they are languishing at the bottom of the table with just one win from six matches. "I was not good enough and that is all", Gambhir said. his team is the city we all love". And looking at the position, I have chose to step down as DD captain. Gambhir, who played his 58th and most recent Test...

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  • Third Mahoning County woman linked to E. coli outbreak
Third Mahoning County woman linked to E. coli outbreak

The Ohio Department of Health tells 21 News that an 18-year-old woman from Mahoning reported symptoms in late March. "Health officials are working to determine why this strain is causing a higher percentage of hospitalizations", the agency said in a statement Wednesday.

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  • NIH Statement on World Malaria Day 2018
NIH Statement on World Malaria Day 2018

Malaria is a life-threatening disease which is caused by mosquito bites. Globally, 3.3 billion people in over 106 countries are at risk of malaria. The disease is caused by the Plasmodium parasites , which is spread to people through the bite of an infected female Anopheles mosquito, also known as malaria vectors.

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  • Spotify Expands Free Music, Adds Assisted Playlists
Spotify Expands Free Music, Adds Assisted Playlists

In total, the new free tier will include on-demand access to 15 playlists in total (with more playlists available with limitations like shuffle). The updated app now suggests songs that are similar to those they've already added right below the search bar, in the hope of making the playlisting process more streamlined.

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  • Florida man murders two officers then kills himself
Florida man murders two officers then kills himself

There is no apparent motive for the shooting, but according to CBS affiliate WGCL , authorities have identified the shooter as John Hubert Highnote, 59, of Bell, Fla. 'My deepest condolences and prayers are with their families while they mourn the devastating loss of their loved ones'. Our heroes, killed in the line of duty today, April 19th, at t...

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  • So many red flags prior to deadly Waffle House shooting
So many red flags prior to deadly Waffle House shooting

Reinking, armed with an AR-15 assault rifle, and naked except for a coat, attacked the Nashville restaurant just after 3 a.m. Sunday. If not for the efforts of a patron who wrestled the gun away, many more would have died. Another sheriff's report said Reinking barged into a community pool in Tremont, Ill., last June wearing a pink dress and swam i...

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  • Facebook to let users appeal censored content
Facebook to let users appeal censored content

Wonder no more because the social network just published the lengthy "Community Standards " its reviewers use to determine what is and isn't allowed on Facebook. "We outline these principles explicitly in the preamble to the standards, and we bring them to life by sharing the rationale behind each individual policy ".

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  • CDC Warns 'Do Not Buy Or Eat Romaine Lettuce From Yuma'
CDC Warns 'Do Not Buy Or Eat Romaine Lettuce From Yuma'

The outbreak that originated with Yuma, Arizona-grown romaine lettuce has taught us one thing so far: that it's much easier to spot a trend when everyone's eating the same thing. Due to the risk of E. coli contamination as reported in the US, customers are asked to return the recalled produce along with a receipt to the store location where p...

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  • Brainstorm Health: Trump Delays Drug Price Speech, Hepatitis A Outbreak, Romaine Lettuce
Brainstorm Health: Trump Delays Drug Price Speech, Hepatitis A Outbreak, Romaine Lettuce

IN health officials issued a travel warning for anyone headed to MI. The genotype of two of these cases matches that of ongoing outbreaks in Arizona, Kentucky, California , Michigan and Utah. It's often spread through contaminated food and water. But one key difference between Hepatitis A and its viral cousins Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C is th...

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  • Saudi says it intercepted missiles fired at Aramco facility
Saudi says it intercepted missiles fired at Aramco facility

Houthi-run media said the rebels targeted an oil facility. More than 55 people were wounded in the attack in Alraqqah, a remote village in Hajjah province, health officials said. The humanitarian crisis has only worsened in Yemen, the Middle East's poorest country. Since 2014, more than 10,000 civilians have been killed and roughly 3 millio...

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  • Mom Set Car on Fire with 3 Children Inside, Say Texas Police
Mom Set Car on Fire with 3 Children Inside, Say Texas Police

When the witness intervened, she and her children ran from the scene. The woman's daughters, ages 9, 11 and 13 have been placed with family members, according to officials. Her children are now with relatives. She then chose to leave with the kids. Police said all three girls were unharmed. A Houston mother is now charged with aggravated assa...

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  • Restaurant apologizes for making Antetokounmpo wait for table after Bucks win
Restaurant apologizes for making Antetokounmpo wait for table after Bucks win

Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo pulled off another sizable slam dunk, throwing one down against the Boston Celtics' Aron Baynes . A Bucks fan tweeted a picture of Antetokounmpo and his companion waiting for about 10 minutes for a table before they left for another eatery.

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  • Lazy comment: Buhari must apologise, says Makinde
Lazy comment: Buhari must apologise, says Makinde

This is coming in response to a comment made by Buhari at the Commonwealth Business Forum in London yesterday. The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP ) has said that Nigerian youths, by their demonstrated industry, can not in any way be described as lazy.

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  • National Archives may hold proof of Windrush migrants' arrivals
National Archives may hold proof of Windrush migrants' arrivals

Speaking at a press conference to mark the closing of this week's Commonwealth heads of government (CHOGM) summit, the prime minister said compensation would be offered to resolve the "anxieties and problems" of those who had been threatened with deportation despite having lived in the United Kingdom for decades and qualifying as British citi...

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  • First Movie Screened in Saudi Arabia in 35 Years
First Movie Screened in Saudi Arabia in 35 Years

Religious hardliners, who have long vilified movie theaters as vulgar and sinful, were instrumental in shutting them down in the 1980s. License to operate historic theatres has gone to American movie theatre chain ( AMC ). Saudi Arabia, with a population of 32 million, a majority of which are under 30, is expected to be the largest market in the ...

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  • Catholic Bishops 'affirm' decision of hospital in Alfie Evans case
Catholic Bishops 'affirm' decision of hospital in Alfie Evans case

The Catholic Bishops of England have issued a shocking statement defending the hospital that is yanking the life support of little Alfie Evans . Tom Evans and his partner, Kate James, argue that their son Alfie has shown improvements in his health, and would benefit from treatment offered overseas.

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  • Full Statement from Senator Duckworth on Children allowed on Senate floor
Full Statement from Senator Duckworth on Children allowed on Senate floor

Senate will now allow babies onto the Senate Floor in response to a rule change proposed by an Illinois Senator. Some senators wanted an exception only for Ms. Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., is enthusiastically supportive of babies on the floor, calling them an excellent distraction. The senator was soon surrounded by colleagues cooing at the ba...

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  • Dale Winton dead at the age of 62
Dale Winton dead at the age of 62

Confirming his passing with the Press Association, his agent, Jan Kennedy, asked the press and public to respect the wishes of his family at this time. "I got in and got the text and you see it and you go into denial, and think this can't be real", Lorraine said on her TV show on Thursday morning (19Apr18).

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  • Binghamton University student arrested in stabbing death of freshman Joao Souza
Binghamton University student arrested in stabbing death of freshman Joao Souza

Souza was a freshman majoring in engineering who graduated a year ago from Blind Brook High School in Rye Brook, New York. District Attorney Stephen Cornwell of all Broome County, N.Y., declined to name the defendant but said at a news conference that he had been students at Binghamton, that is part of the State University of NY process.

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  • Wind-whipped wildfires destroy homes, prompt evacuations
Wind-whipped wildfires destroy homes, prompt evacuations

The largest of the Oklahoma fires has burned more than 384 square miles (994 sq. kilometers). "We have seen unprecedented fire conditions develop over the last week that created the unsafe wildfires that have burned over 400,000 acres so far", Lamb said in a release from the governor's office.

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  • Power outage not expected to mar Twins-Indians finale in Puerto Rico
Power outage not expected to mar Twins-Indians finale in Puerto Rico

ET at Hiram Bithorn Stadium despite the power outage. Hospitals, which the authority said are among the top priorities for the crews working to restore power, were forced to fire up their backup generators again, as The New York Times reported.

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  • IRS Extends Tax Day Deadline through April 18
IRS Extends Tax Day Deadline through April 18

Taxpayers, you're getting an extra day. The glitches come at a time of budget crunches at the IRS, and serious concerns about the service's ability to maintain its systems (see " The IRS really needs a new computer system for taxes "). "The challenge is the transmission between the (payment) processer and the IRS", Kautter said in the hearing . ...

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  • Relevent will launch Women's International Champions Cup in 2018
Relevent will launch Women's International Champions Cup in 2018

According to Goal's Neil Jones , who has provided a detailed report into the secrets behind Salah's success story, the Liverpool boss deemed him to be playing too high and too wide - making it easy for the opposition to deal with him. Roberto Firmino has scored the same number, and the pair's tallies are greater than any other player's in Liver...

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  • Inmates killed in prison fights, possibly over contraband
Inmates killed in prison fights, possibly over contraband

It was the deadliest USA prison riot since 1993, when nine inmates and one corrections officer died at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility in Lucasville, said Steve Martin, a longtime prisons expert and now the federal monitor for the consent decree involving New York City's Rikers Island jail complex.

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  • New studies find lung cancer breakthroughs
New studies find lung cancer breakthroughs

Results of a study published online Monday by the New England Journal of Medicine show that the drug is useful in combination with standard chemotherapy in the majority of patients diagnosed with an advanced form of lung cancer. Four drugs called checkpoint inhibitors, which unleash the patient's own immune system to kill malignant cells, hav...

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  • Chibok girls: FG, Boko Haram talks halted
Chibok girls: FG, Boko Haram talks halted

Mr Salkida is believed to have access to Boko Haram , the terror group that kidnapped about 217 girls from their school in GSS Chibok in 2014. Relatives of missing school girls react in Dapchi in the northeastern state of Yobe, after an attack on the village by Boko Haram , Nigeria February 23, 2018.

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  • Bathroom Hand Dryers Blow Fecal Matter on Your Hands
Bathroom Hand Dryers Blow Fecal Matter on Your Hands

Hand dryers may leave your hands significantly more dirty than before, according to a new study. The University of Connecticut School of Medicine where the study was conducted are trading in hand dryers for regular paper towels. "Perhaps the filters weren't working properly, or the large air column below the hand dryers was sucking in bacteria ...

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  • Who Lives Longer -- Night Owls or Early Birds?
Who Lives Longer -- Night Owls or Early Birds?

To reach their findings, researchers examined data from 433,268 people who took part in an earlier British study that examined the risk factors for different diseases in people aged 37 to 73. As for why night owls seem to naturally stay up later, it's hard to pin down any one reason. Or perhaps there is some way to help night owls develop morning-l...

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  • Sunrisers Hyderabad Convincingly Beat Rajasthan Royals
Sunrisers Hyderabad Convincingly Beat Rajasthan Royals

Observing that it is just the beginning of the tournament, he expressed confidence that the team would give its best in the coming matches. He dismissed D'Arcy Short with a direct hit run out, then took a tricky catch to remove the risky Ben Stokes .

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  • Check Out The New Trailer And Poster For SOLO
Check Out The New Trailer And Poster For SOLO

Having seen most of the Star Wars films, having a scene in the trailer that supposed to leave me in suspense feels like a wasted effort. Pardon my french, but the way Glover delivers that line is on fucking point. Disney/Lucasfilm dropped an all-new trailer for the film on Sunday, and Clarke most definitely stands out. The release of Sol...

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