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OH drivers fear drugged drivers more than drunk drivers

OH drivers fear drugged drivers more than drunk drivers

The reports goes on to give possible theories as to why drugged driving is on the rise. Safety advocates are calling for increased training for law enforcement officers to help them identify and a...

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Nebraska preliminary March jobless rate drops to 3.1 percent

Nebraska preliminary March jobless rate drops to 3.1 percent

The agency says Indiana's workforce increased by almost 6,100 people in March to more than 3.32 million people. The largest over the month declines were in construction and professional and business...

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Trump advisers to meet Tuesday to discuss Paris climate agreement

Trump advisers to meet Tuesday to discuss Paris climate agreement

White House officials, led by the National Economic Council, have recently been asking publicly-traded energy companies for advice on whether to stay in the agreement. A February report by the Wall S...

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Janet Jackson introduces baby boy to world with photo on Twitter

Janet Jackson introduces baby boy to world with photo on Twitter

And it was claimed Janet was only allowing "a select few" people to see her baby so soon after the birth. She had repeatedly postponed dates on her "Unbreakable" world tour before stunning fans ...

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White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson dresses his best for Jackie Robinson Day

Robinson's wife, Sharon , his children, and 200 other family and friends are among the special guests committed to attend the ceremony. The Dodgers will take on the Diamondbacks at 6:10pm local tim...

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Sloppiness cost Man United in Belgium, says Mourinho

United, meanwhile, have gone on a 21-match unbeaten Premier League run since October's Stamford Bridge humbling but a failure to take three points from games they have dominated leaves them fifth. Ces...

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Turkey need not choose between Russia, US: Cavusoglu

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and U.N. Security Council president Nikki Haley listens during a U.N. Security Council meeting on Syria, at the U.N. But the regime has denied any responsibilit...

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Russian Federation metro explosion: One suspect in St. Petersburg subway blast identified

Investigators said Djalilov - believed to be a Russian citizen born in the central Asian nation of Kyrgyzstan - had set off a bomb in a train carriage travelling between two busy Saint Petersburg me...

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Giraffe born at Toledo zoo won't go on exhibit for a while

In case you missed it, Animal Adventure Park owner Jordan Patch offered a few updates and FAQ's on April last week. "Yes, we are awatre of the malicious and irresponsible reporting of an online ...

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House up against a deadline to come up with budget

House up against a deadline to come up with budget

John Zerwas, the Houston Republican who chairs the budget-writing House Appropriations Committee as he explained the the lean spending plan he presented to the House. "What we're doing here is we're...

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Heat wave subsides in Maha: IMD

Heat wave subsides in Maha: IMD

In the past few days, it has been hotter than 40 degrees in Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh. Akola was the hottest place in India with a maximum temperature of 44°C while Titlagarh in Odisha wa...

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Unusual fish delivers heroin-like bite

Unusual fish delivers heroin-like bite

This made the fang blenny a curiosity; the scientists knew it to be venomous, but set out to understand how and why its bite was painless. When injected with the venom , mice showed blood pressure ...

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Texas Trooper says tornado touches down; no damage

These storms will produce heavy rainfall and possibly hail. Unfortunately, severe weather is possible as early as breakfast time on Sunday , and the potential for widespread storms and severe weather...

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Hotel carbon monoxide leak kills child, sickens others

One Niles police officer, two Berrien County Sheriff's deputies, as well as two hotel employees were also taken to the hospital. WNDU-TV and WSBT-TV report officials at Lakeland Hospital in Niles co...

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North Carolina Senate passes repeal of transgender bathroom law

In April, Springsteen and the band canceled their show in Greensboro because of HB2, which Van Zandt described as an "evil virus". And an angry queer mob chased transphobic ex-governor Pat McCrory dow...

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Playing Tetris 'can help stop post-traumatic stress flashbacks'

Playing Tetris 'can help stop post-traumatic stress flashbacks'

Researchers at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden have been experimenting with this idea for a while, mainly by showing gory film clips to volunteers. Half were given Tetris to play and the other ha...

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USF football player in stable condition after shooting

USF football player in stable condition after shooting

When officers arrived at the New Tampa apartment complex, they "discovered what appeared to be a road rage incident that resulted in one man begin shot three times ", an email from the agency said....

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County's health ranking improves slightly

County's health ranking improves slightly

Despite health spending approaching $10,000 per person - which amounts to twice and even three times the spending in other affluent nations - the United States ranks 28th in life expectancy among weal...

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Girl, 11, Suffers Severe Burns After Making Homemade Slime

Girl, 11, Suffers Severe Burns After Making Homemade Slime

Kathleen is expected to make a full recovery. Kathleen missed a week of school and has to sleep with her hands in splints. A little girl from MA got burned while making a popular kids' project. Th...

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Fake news pizzeria shooter pleads guilty, faces 7 years

Fake news pizzeria shooter pleads guilty, faces 7 years

Edgar Maddison Welch entered the Comet Ping Pong restaurant in Washington DC in December past year, armed with an AR-15 rifle. Welch, 28, entered guilty pleas to a federal charge of interstate tra...

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Florida Senate's medical marijuana bill at least 2 weeks way

Florida Senate's medical marijuana bill at least 2 weeks way

Bills introduced in both chambers of the IL legislature this week seek to make it legal for adults (21 and over) to possess, grow, and purchase up to 28 grams of marijuana. The committee held a worksh...

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Sears and Kmart might not have enough money to stock their shelves

The disclosure comes after more optimistic signs from the company, which has been working on a turnaround under Chief Executive Officer Eddie Lampert. Lampert's hedge fund. The company that operates...

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Chicago Police Say They're Investigating Livestreamed Gang Rape Of Teenage Girl

Police in the United States city of Chicago have launched an investigation after a teenage girl was brutally sexually assaulted on Facebook live. This is the second notorious Facebook Live case of v...

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'Beauty And The Beast' makes over $170 million in opening weekend

'Beauty And The Beast' makes over $170 million in opening weekend

The new Disney film Beauty And The Beast is set to have one of the most successful opening weekends of all time, indicate early reports. The sequel opened in just 5 locations, but banked $36,000 p...

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Kim Jong-nam's embalmed body can remain from rotting for three months

Malaysia has received a request from North Korea for Kim Jong-nam's body and officials have said it will be handed over when medical and police checks are completed. Putrajaya previously said other No...

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Snyder: Health care overhaul plan falls short

Ryan insisted to reporters that the bill was still on a path to pass the House and that Republicans have been working "hand in glove" with the White House on the repeal plan. Trump met at the White Ho...

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You're not the only one, Americans are having sex less often

You're not the only one, Americans are having sex less often

Among the study's other findings, generations born later are having sex less often than people born earlier in the 20th century. "For each year of age after the peak in sexual frequency at 25, parti...

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Subway Says Its Chicken Is '100% Real' After Study Claims Otherwise

Subway Says Its Chicken Is '100% Real' After Study Claims Otherwise

The rest, it said, was mostly soy. Other major Canadian fast food chains, however, do not resort to such drastic restructuring as Subway. "The results from both labs found soy protein below 10 ppm...

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RVNA Health Source: CDC Warns of Flu Surge

No pediatric deaths have been reported this season. As of Wednesday, there have been 125 hospitalizations due to flu. In Massachusetts, health officials recently reported that flu activity was hitti...

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Colorectal cancer rates rising sharply among Gen X and millennials

For the study, Siegel and her colleagues collected data on more than 490,000 USA men and women aged 20 and older who were diagnosed with colon or rectal cancer between 1974 and 2013. In the early 1990...

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Epidemic: US heroin deaths quadruple in five years

Epidemic: US heroin deaths quadruple in five years

Larissa Mooney, an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of California, Los Angeles, and director of the university's Addiction Medicine Clinic. Opioid-related overdoses deaths ...

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Australians protest first ever visit by Israeli PM

Australians protest first ever visit by Israeli PM

Netanyahu, who was on an official visit to Australia, told journalists that he would only accept a Palestinian autonomous state in which Israel has the main security control over all Palestinian terri...

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Physical disorder, not bad behavior: Study links ADHD to brain size

Physical disorder, not bad behavior: Study links ADHD to brain size

The differences were found mostly in children but also in adults with the condition. The link between ADHD and the hippocampus could perhaps arise from that region's involvement in motivation and emot...

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Idaho flu deaths at record levels

The CDC started tracking pediatric flu deaths in the 2004-05 season, and totals have ranged from a low of 37 to a high of 171. Each year, influenza is responsible for about 50,000 deaths in the US -mo...

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Election for Jakarta governor enters second round

Wednesday's election - one of hundreds of regional ballots taking place across the country - exposed sharp religious and social divisions, overshadowing the many pressing social issues facing the capi...

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