Author: 0 NYC joins cities around the world marching to defend science

Organizers said more than 600 " satellite marches " also took place throughout the world on Earth Day. Still, politics wasn't far from the surface. March for Science is the latest in a series of national demonstrations staged since Trump's inauguration almost 100 days ago.

Author: 0 Eric Frein Guilty on All Charges for Killing of Pennsylvania State Trooper

Frein was convicted of first-degree murder of a law enforcement officer, attempted murder, terrorism and two weapons of mass destruction counts related to the small bombs he left in the woods during the manhunt. Bryon Dickson II was wearing when he was killed. Bryon Dickson and Trooper Alex Douglass at the Blooming Grove barracks on September 12, 2014. Defense lawyer Michael Weinstein did not call any witnesses and in a 10-minute closing argument told jurors what happened that night was a ...

Author: 0 The North Korea situation is approaching its 'witching hour'

The council said North Korea's illegal missile and nuclear activities "are greatly increasing tension in the region and beyond" and expressed "utmost concern" at its "highly destabilizing behavior and flagrant and provocative defiance" of six United Nations sanctions resolutions.

Medical The election 'nightmare' that could smash the euro
Author: 0 The election 'nightmare' that could smash the euro

Le Pen, widely seen as taking the hardest line on security, has called for France to "immediately" take back control of its own borders from the European Union and deport all foreigners on a terror watchlist. "By country, faster business activity growth in France - the strongest seen since May 2011 - was offset by a moderation in Germany, albeit with the pace of German expansion still running at one of the fastest seen over the past six years", a release from Markit announcing the data said.

Author: 0 Syria still has chemical weapons: USA defence secy

On April 7, a U.S. Navy vessel launched 59 missiles into Syria, where they hit an airport controlled by President Bashar Assad, in response to the alleged use of chemical weapons by forces loyal to Assad. military action. That incident was also exposed as a deliberate provocation staged by Turkish intelligence in league with Islamist "rebels" for the express goal of provoking a U.S.

Author: 0 Ann Coulter event is back on after UC Berkeley finds 'protected venue'

Coulter, the event sponsors, audience and bystanders could be adequately protected". "What are they going to do?" U. C. Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks said the university had cancelled the April 27 event on Wednesday based on specific intelligence of threats "that could pose a grave danger to the speaker".

Medical Golf ball pieces cause hash-brown recall
Author: 0 Golf ball pieces cause hash-brown recall

Florida is included in the recall. The impacted products include the following: Roundy's Brand, 2 lb. For now, skip frozen hash browns sold in nine states under the Harris Teeter and Roundy's brands. No other products under the respective brands are impacted by this recall. McCain Foods, which provides the hash browns to Harris Teeter says the golf ball material may have been inadvertently harvested with the potatoes.

Author: 0 Trump says charges against Assange would be 'OK'

Gentiloni said that while financial constraints prevented Rome from paying the promised two percent of GDP, the prime minister assured Trump that "our commitment to common defense is very clear". "We're building our military rapidly", said Trump. Trump plans to attend a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting in Belgium next month before attending a summit of the Group of Seven major industrialized nations.

Medical Congress returns to a quagmire
Author: 0 Congress returns to a quagmire

A spending bill and a threatened government shutdown will greet Congress when it returns from a recess next week. Republicans need eight Democratic votes to overcome a Senate filibuster, so Democrats are trying to use their leverage to stop Trump's agenda.

Author: 0 Philadelphia's March for Science draws thousands

Thousands of people rallied in support of science in Europe and Australasia ahead of a march in Washington, triggered by rising concern over populism and so-called alternative facts. She said she was participating because - in her words - "I think that politics need to listen to sciences". The crowd was considerably smaller than that of the Women's March on January 21 but otherwise strikingly similar, with some protesters even wearing pink hats.

Author: 0 5 rumors surrounding AMBER Alert case of Elizabeth Thomas

The Maury County Public Schools Facebook post comes in the wake of complaints from the girl's family that the school system did not respond properly after a student at the Culleoka Unit School reported seeing teacher Tad Cummins kissing the 15-year-old student.

Medical Trump Congratulates Erdogan on Disputed Turkey Referendum
Author: 0 Trump Congratulates Erdogan on Disputed Turkey Referendum

The new system takes effect at the next election, now slated for November 2019. Opposition CHP head Kemal Kilicdaroglu accused the electoral board of bias and of favoring the governing party. Observers from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and the Council of Europe said Sunday's referendum had been an uneven contest.

Author: 0 Lawyer: Kidnapped 15-year-old girl back home in Tennessee

Griffin Barry, 29, had befriended Cummins and the girl, who were staying in a cabin in Cecilville, a rural hamlet in the mountains with no cell phone service. Jack Smith, the acting USA attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee, said Thursday that his office filed a federal charge of transporting a minor across state lines for criminal sexual intercourse.

Medical Frito-Lay recalls select potato chips over possible salmonella contamination
Author: 0 Frito-Lay recalls select potato chips over possible salmonella contamination

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is conducting a food safety investigation, which may lead to the recall of other products, it said in a statement posted on its website. Frito-Lay is recalling certain varieties of potato chips over potential salmonella contamination in the seasoning. Any other products or flavors contained in these multipacks are not being recalled.

Medical The Case for and Against The Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc. (IPG)
Author: 0 The Case for and Against The Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc. (IPG)

Sell-side analysts have also provided a consensus recommendation of 1.90 on company shares. Peak6 Investments Limited Partnership holds 0% in Interpublic Group of Companies Inc (NYSE:IPG) or 4,044 shares. (The) by 1.1% in the second quarter. Another critical number in evaluating a stock is P/E or the price to earnings ratio. Interpublic Group of Companies (NYSE:IPG) traded up 2.20% during mid-day trading on Monday, reaching $25.08.

Medical Windies revival frustrates Pakistan in first Test
Author: 0 Windies revival frustrates Pakistan in first Test

He was the fifth batsman to depart with only 71 runs to West Indies's credit. With a Test average of over 50, a triple-hundred, a double-hundred against India and a memorable partnership to guide Pakistan's 3-0 Test series win against England: Younis's career speaks for itself.

Medical Hernandez family planning private funeral in CT
Author: 0 Hernandez family planning private funeral in CT

Hernandez had been serving a sentence of life without parole for the June 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd, the boyfriend of his fiancee's sister. His death was confirmed a suicide by the Worcester County District Attorney's office the following day.

Author: 0 Inside a Colorado pot club - a rare and endangered species

Only 33 percent believe that it should still be kept illegal, which is a 3 percent drop from past year. Though marijuana is legal for all adults in Colorado, people under 21 still need a doctor's recommendation to get the drug. Marijuana's Schedule 1 status is also high on the list of things most Americans want to see changed, with 76% of those surveyed believing that marijuana should be reclassified from a Schedule 1 narcotic.

Medical DOJ asks sanctuary cities to prove cooperation with immigration law
Author: 0 DOJ asks sanctuary cities to prove cooperation with immigration law

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Friday he wants cities and counties to cooperate with federal efforts to deport undocumented immigrants. Police agencies use the grants pay for anything from body cameras to bulletproof vests. New York City has seen historically low crime rates in recent years. The metropolitan police department could lose $975,000 in federal grants if the Justice Department decides it isn't cooperating.

Medical Funeral services held for Ohio victim of Facebook killer
Author: 0 Funeral services held for Ohio victim of Facebook killer

In a rambling video, Steve Stephens said , "I snapped, I just snapped". Stephens ordered Godwin to say Lane's name. "I am sorry that all of this has happened". Companies like Facebook, Twitter and Google (which owns YouTube), he says, need to recruit specialists and elicit feedback from community leaders to improve how content is moderated, including content that might not seem offensive to every user.

Medical India will welcome Apple if it comes, says Prasad
Author: 0 India will welcome Apple if it comes, says Prasad

AIMIM president, Asaduddin Owaisi said, "Sir not you but Constitution gave us rights are you threatening Muslims or patronising them..." In a conference on Friday, Prasad made the comment about Muslims getting sanctity by the government even though they do not cast their vote to BJP.

Medical Starbucks Barista 'Stressed Out' Over Unicorn Frappuccino
Author: 0 Starbucks Barista 'Stressed Out' Over Unicorn Frappuccino

Starbucks released its limited edition Unicorn Frappuccino complete with "fairy powders", causing everyone to rush out to try it. Tacoma Starbucks baristas said Thursday the drink that mixes blue and pink colors along with sweet and sour flavors is no sweat to make.

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Author: 0 Court rules in "landmark case" - Cellphone caused brain tumour

Romeo said his work required him use his mobile for three to four hours every working day, including at home and in the auto, for 15 years. According to his lawyer, Stefano Bertone, the verdict was the first in the world that he knew of "to recognize a link between cellphone use and the development of brain tumor".

Medical Jawbreaker not playing Sound on Sound 2017
Author: 0 Jawbreaker not playing Sound on Sound 2017

The Chicago version of the festival, which comes to Douglas Park 9/15-17, has just announced the first wave of names on the bill, and there's lots to like there. Also high up on the bill are New Order , Paramore , M.I.A., and Prophets of Rage , the supergroup featuring members of Rage Against the Machine, Public Enemy, and Cypress Hill.

Author: 0 China surprises with 6.9% growth for quarter

The reading outpaced a median forecast of 6.2% growth by 13 economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal. It added that "positive changes kept emerging and major indicators performed better than expected". Jackson said that a steady deceleration in the real estate sector should take hold from the second quarter , adding that it would "create an additional drag for both the services and construction components of GDP ".

Author: 0 Justice Dept. threatens sanctuary cities in immigration fight

He says the administration's targeting of diverse cities and states goes beyond constitutional norms and will continue to be challenged. The letter states jurisdictions who violate federal immigration law could be found in violation of Justice Department grants .

Medical Will a new foreign property buyer's tax cool Toronto's housing market?
Author: 0 Will a new foreign property buyer's tax cool Toronto's housing market?

The information is being collected through the land transfer tax system. If adopted, as expected, the foreign tax would be effective retroactively to April 21. This week, CBC's Here and Now interviewed 25-year-old Nicole Meredith, who was forced to move when her rent jumped $425 per month after a new company purchased her building.

Author: 0 Trump, Francis, LeBron among Time's 100 most influential

Francisco died April 4, 1919, at age 10, and Jacinta died nearly a year later on February 20, 1920, at age 9. Lucia kept the third prophecy a secret until she wrote it down for the Vatican in 1957. Francisco and Jacinta Marto were beatified - the last step before sainthood - by Pope John Paul in 2000. The cause of Lucia Santos, who died in 2005, is on the path towards beatification.

Author: 0 Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino has our taste buds confused

He posted a video (now-deleted) on Twitter after his shift complaining that it was hard to keep up with orders for the drink and he's "never been so stressed out" in his life. Nor should its " magical " flavours - first sweet, then fruity, finally sour - lull you into ignoring nearly 60 grams (almost 1/3 cup) of sugar. I worked part time one xmas eons ago when the mint chocy chip frappuccino came out.

Medical Padres homer twice as Richard shuts down D'Backs
Author: 0 Padres homer twice as Richard shuts down D'Backs

Following a 1-0 game last night, will the offenses of the Diamondbacks and Padres come alive tonight at 9:10PM ET? Aybar, who had pitched to a batter the night before, pulled Zack Greinke's 82 miles per hour slider just fair down the right-field line for the game's lone run.

Medical Battle for Berkeley: Will Ann Coulter spark another clash?
Author: 0 Battle for Berkeley: Will Ann Coulter spark another clash?

On Tuesday, police arrested at least three people protesting an appearance at Alabama's Auburn University by Richard Spencer, a prominent white nationalist. The period is known as Dead Week, when students are studying for final exams. Coulter criticized the decision on Twitter, saying "no school accepting public funds can ban free speech", and that she will still appear on April 27 and speak, regardless of the university's approval.

Author: 0 Americans Support Marijuana Legalization More Today Than Ever

The latest CBS poll shows 61 percent of Americans think pot should be legal. Twenty years later, in 2017, 50% of Americans said they've tried it. CBS notes that support for marijuana legalization is particularly strong among the under-35 crowd.

Medical License Bureau staff supports donating organs, tissue
Author: 0 License Bureau staff supports donating organs, tissue

Staff PhotographerLucy Penkala of Hazleton, talks about organ donation during a Donate Life Day program held Wednesday at Penn State Hazleton. Dr. Loganathan said that it is important to investigate organs in these scenarios and to preserve organ function so that the likelihood of success is maximized following transplantation.

Author: 0 Odin Lloyd's Mom Speaks Publicly for First Time Since Aaron Hernandez's Death

Reports have suggested that amount could be around $6 million, accounting for his signing bonus and salary at the time of his arrest. He was found with three handwritten notes and a Bible. Officers found the former New England Patriot hanging in his cell at Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, 3:05 a.m. EDT. The entire verse said, "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life".

Medical Canadian man arrested by US in alleged human smuggling; wife also charged
Author: 0 Canadian man arrested by US in alleged human smuggling; wife also charged

Ms Omoruyi, from Regina, faces a charge of human smuggling and a charge of conspiracy to commit human smuggling. Please support our efforts. RCMP Inspector Donovan Fisher said the nine were released and have applied for refugee protection. Most cases occurred in Quebec, Manitoba and B.C. Some of those coming to Canada in spots such as Emerson, Manitoba, have said they were motivated to leave the USA because of the new administration, fearful that their asylum claims wouldn't be treated ...

Author: 0 Sugary drinks linked to Alzheimer's, dementia and memory loss

The study shows people who have at least one artificially-sweetened drink a day were 33% more likely to have a stroke and 29% as likely to develop Alzheimer's disease compared to those who avoid them. Professor Dr Ralph Sacco, from the University of Miami, revealed that regularly drinking artificially-sweetened beverages can have a detrimental effect on your blood vessels.

Author: 0 Trump Sees No Role for United States in Stabilizing Libya

The French election is being seen as a bellwether for whether the move toward nationalism and separation from the European Union, displayed by Britain's move to leave the EU, will continue spreading to other European countries. is actively not intervening on behalf of al-Sarraj". The comments underscored one part of Trump's position on the deal during the campaign, but he notably did not reiterate his promise to rip it up immediately, a tacit acknowledgment that the administration does not ...

Medical Poll finds record support for pot legalization
Author: 0 Poll finds record support for pot legalization

That adds up to 22 percent of Americans using marijuana, and 63 percent of those using marijuana regularly. More than half of all states have legalized medical marijuana. And women are now as much in favor of legal marijuana as men are; in previous years they were less so. Thousands are expected to flock to Hippie Hill in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park for its annual pot party, which was given a city permit and will be for the first time overseen by local cannabis businesses and ...

Medical Trump Rebukes Italian Prime Minister, Calls For No US Intervention In Libya
Author: 0 Trump Rebukes Italian Prime Minister, Calls For No US Intervention In Libya

Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni must have known the question about defense spending was coming when he entered the White House on Thursday. After a gunman killed a police officer on the Champs-Elysees, an attack the Islamic State has claimed responsibility for, Trump tweeted: "Another terrorist attack in Paris".

Medical Dad of Kidnapped Teen Says She Was Brainwashed
Author: 0 Dad of Kidnapped Teen Says She Was Brainwashed

However after his arrest, he was charged with transportation of a minor across state lines to have sexual intercourse - a federal crime. It's a relationship that had been investigated previously, and culminated on March 13 . Jill Cummins had already filed for divorce, saying she felt betrayed by her husband. His wife let him borrow the vehicle. "He said they were from California, had a house fire, lost everything", Barry told the paper.

Author: 0 Aaron Hernandez left notes to daughter, girlfriend, report says

As expected, the death of former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez has officially been ruled a suicide. It remains unclear why the 27-year-old hanged himself at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Worcester County, where he was serving a life sentence for the 2013 murder of an acquaintance.

Author: 0 5 things to know about Ottawa's new cannabis legislation

Smoking a joint in Canada could be legal as early as July 2018 if legislation passes. It noted the eight U.S. states where recreational marijuana use is legal - including Colorado, Massachusetts, Oregon, and Washington - had aligned the minimum age with alcohol consumption at 21.

Author: 0 Berkeley reverses course on Ann Coulter speech

Coulter has said she will deliver her speech on the date that was originally set as the new date would coincide with a period of time where students would not be on campus. Coulter by reading about it in the newspaper", university officials said. Coulter vows to speak at Berkeley , anyway. The attorney later contended that " Berkeley impermissibly has allowed a "heckler's veto" to suppress the free-speech rights of speakers properly invited by recognized student groups".

Medical Moment of truth has arrived for Spurs, says Chelsea's Conte
Author: 0 Moment of truth has arrived for Spurs, says Chelsea's Conte

Chelsea also have some monsters and play like a monster like N'Golo Kante. " Tottenham are a really great power in English football, they are working for three years", Conte told the media on Friday. Terry has announced he will be leaving the Blues upon the expiration of his contract at the end of the season after more than 18 years as a member of the first-team squad.

Medical An Easter Egg Hunt for All
Author: 0 An Easter Egg Hunt for All

The event brought almost 500 children to Gregory Park Saturday. Over in Madison, there will be a kite festival and an egg hunt in Dublin Park starting Saturday at 10 a.m. Even with the expected rush of children, however, no one was hurt and everyone left with a tasty treat, CTV reported. "I just love watching all that", Laird said about the kids looking for Easter eggs.

Medical Fleeing with student, teacher took guns, cash and wife's car
Author: 0 Fleeing with student, teacher took guns, cash and wife's car

The TBI's investigation has allegedly "revealed a troubling pattern of behavior" by Cummins, suggesting that he was allegedly abusing his role as a teacher to groom Thomas to try to "lure and potentially sexually exploit her". Cummins faces state charges of aggravated kidnapping and sexual contact with a minor as well as a federal charge of taking a minor across state lines to have sex.

Medical Elizabeth Thomas' Father Explains Tad Cummins 'Brainwashed' His Daughter
Author: 0 Elizabeth Thomas' Father Explains Tad Cummins 'Brainwashed' His Daughter

The father of a Tennessee teenager found in northern California this week with her 50-year-old former teacher after being missing for almost six weeks says he thinks his daughter was brainwashed. Authorities said the girl is apparently healthy and unharmed. "We've got to get her the help she needs", Anthony stated. Elizabeth Thomas, 15, in an undated photo.

Author: 0 Chelsea are semi final favourites, says Spurs boss Pochettino

On the other side, Manchester City, at 17/20 are favored over Arsenal, who are backed at 14/5. Chelsea and Spurs players dominate the recently-announced PFA Premier League Team of the Year, with each side having four players in the final XI.

Medical Hyderabad man detained for FB slur on Naidu's son
Author: 0 Hyderabad man detained for FB slur on Naidu's son

For the first time in his entire political career, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has set a target on his 68th birthday on Thursday. This incident also comes less than a week after reports emerged that Nara Lokesh was irked by "growing criticism" of the TDP and the Andhra government on social media.