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Geological Survey. Employees there "did not feel a thing", according to NBC Universal. There have not been any reports of damage or injuries in either quake. Pressfield said there was a discrepancy in different scientific networks' reading of the data from the natural disaster, which resulted in a mistaken reporting of two quakes.
  • Synchrony Financial (SYF) Stock Rating Reaffirmed by Jefferies Group LLC

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    The rating was upgraded by Bank of America to "Buy" on Thursday, December 15. More interesting news about Synchrony Financial (NYSE: SYF ) were released by: Businesswire.com and their article: " Synchrony Financial Drives New Relationship with Mavis Discount Tire to ..." published on September 13, 2017 as well as Nasdaq.com's news article titled: "Warren Buffett Buys Bank of New York Mellon Corp, Synchrony Financial , STORE ..." with publication date: September 08, 2017.
  • Equifax suffered breach months before the massive hack

    Equifax suffered breach months before the massive hack

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    Canadian consumers were referred to a credit monitoring website similar to the website set up for those impacted in the U.S. Sweeney said the bill, which a spokesman said he will introduce October 5, also would prohibit agencies from "requiring the consumer to waive any rights or indemnify the consumer reporting agency, except as permitted pursuant to the Identity Theft Protection Act".
  • Triton College Free Flu Shot Fair

    Triton College Free Flu Shot Fair

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    At The Cecil's Clinic, Dr. John Cecil said everyone should get a flue shot, no matter their age. "The lower effectiveness in the older population highlights the need to ensure that those who might pass on flu to them, such as children, carers and health and social care workers, are vaccinated, as by protecting them we can also help protect those at risk of severe disease".
  • Myanmar's VP: Government 'Deeply Concerned' About Rakhine

    Myanmar's VP: Government 'Deeply Concerned' About Rakhine

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    The U.S. has given almost $100 million in humanitarian aid to assist Myanmar's displaced population over the past year, according to State Department officials. "Most have no money, no food, no clean water, no shelter and don't speak the language", said Lom, adding, "That leaves them potentially at the mercy of anyone offering help and they may end up as victims of trafficking".
  • IT raids on former external affairs minister SM Krishna's son-in-law's firms

    IT raids on former external affairs minister SM Krishna's son-in-law's firms

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    Along with being one of the largest exporters of coffee beans from the country, Siddhartha is also an investor with investments in various software firms including MindTree . CCD is India's largest coffee retail chain. After spending 46 years of his political life as a Congressman, S M Krishna, Siddhartha's father-in-law joined the BJP in March this year.
  • Padmavati first look starring Deepika Padukone is finally out

    Padmavati first look starring Deepika Padukone is finally out

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    Deepika's look as Rani Padmavati is out, and it certainly got everyone's attention. The magnum opus presented by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures and Bhansali Productions will have music composed by the filmmaker himself. Thus, the entire team chose this auspicious day to launch Padmavati's first look. The first look of Padmavati features Deepika Padukone who is playing the role of Rani Padmavati .
  • South Africa to play four-day 'test' against Zimbabwe on Boxing Day

    South Africa to play four-day 'test' against Zimbabwe on Boxing Day

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    India‚ Cricket South Africa ( CSA ) said on Wednesday in a release that did not include an itinerary‚ would arrive in the country on December 28. But the loss of a Test starting on January 2 is a slap in South African cricket's face that smacks of the Donald Trump of global cricket - India - throwing its arrogance around.
  • Opioids decrease life span by 2.5 months

    Opioids decrease life span by 2.5 months

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    While overall life-expectancy in the USA increased over a 15 year period, rising death rates from drug overdoses shortened any accomplished gains, according to new federal data released this week. But in even more concerning news, the team suspect that these official figures may actually be an under-representation of the total deaths caused by opioids, as in many cases of overdose, the drug used is not even recorded.
  • Scientists Edit Embryos' Genes to Study Development

    Scientists Edit Embryos' Genes to Study Development

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    They found Oct4 appeared to be necessary for an embryo to become a blastocyst, a tiny ball of 200 cells that arises a week after conception and marks a key point in embryonic development . "It may take many years to achieve such an understanding, our study is just the first step". "What we know about human development is largely inferred from studies of mice, frogs and other model organisms".
  • Eight Gulf sheikhs arrested in marriage racket

    Eight Gulf sheikhs arrested in marriage racket

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    Of the Arabs arrested, five are Omani nationals and three Qatari. The police commissioner said the police rescued 12 girls. The police, with the help of information gathered from the accused, have raided several hotels including FK Plaza, Ghalib Residency, MJ Anas Guest House and Wincity Developer and Hotels in Chandrayangutta and caught Ali Issa red handed who was ready to marry a 15-year-old girl.
  • Charlie Baker signs onto letter opposing latest Republican health care bill

    Charlie Baker signs onto letter opposing latest Republican health care bill

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    The current bill's sponsors tout their effort as a "moderate" reform meant to shore up the country's health insurance policies by giving states more control over how health care dollars are spent. Sen. Rand Paul , (R-Ky.), opposes the bill because it doesn't fully repeal and replace Obamacare . CNN's Chris Cuomo noted that people may have to pay more for health insurance under the senator's bill, but Cassidy claimed that "the price will actually be lower".
  • Prosecutors recommend two-year prison sentence for Weiner

    Prosecutors recommend two-year prison sentence for Weiner

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    US prosecutors have sought prison sentence for former US Congressman Anthony Weiner who was found guilty in a federal court for sending obscene messages to a minor, leading to a scandal that played a role in last year's US presidential election.
  • At UN, Trump threatens 'total destruction' of North Korea

    At UN, Trump threatens 'total destruction' of North Korea

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    In the event of war, it is unlikely Chinese troops would fight alongside or on behalf of North Korea soldiers to defend the regime, as they did in the 1950-53 Korean War, but they could enter the country to secure nuclear weapons sites, and prevent United States troops from crossing into the North and installing a US-friendly puppet government, some experts say.
  • Gurmeet Singh earns Rs 20/day by growing vegetables in Rohtak jail

    Gurmeet Singh earns Rs 20/day by growing vegetables in Rohtak jail

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    Massive violence broke out across various parts of Haryana and Delhi following Ram Rahim's conviction with his supporters going on a rampage and destroying public property. These phone numbers are first verified by the police and calls can be made only after the completion of the process. Ram Rahim, who had earlier mentioned Honeypreet's name in the list of people he wishes to meet, has now done something which shows that Baba was quite attached to Honeypreet.
  • Hope I could dismiss Pandya earlier next time: Adam Zampa

    Hope I could dismiss Pandya earlier next time: Adam Zampa

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    Pandya (83, 66b, 5×4, 5×6) along with MS Dhoni (79, 88b, 4×4, 2×6) blew Aussies and put on 118 runs for the sixth wicket to rescue India after the major top-order collapse. "You don't often have a team like that three for nothing after 10 overs", Zampa said. It's probably happened to Shane Warne and guys like that too.
  • Sinkhole swallows home in Apopka

    Sinkhole swallows home in Apopka

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    The homeowner then watched it overnight and saw a depression form in the ground near the crack by Tuesday morning. It's unclear what caused the sinkhole. "When you have heavy rains, the chances of sinkholes up quite a bit", said Dr. Manoj Chopra, a UCF engineering professor. "Now it looks like the hole is swallowing their home", Kennedy said.
  • Mother fighting for life in coma after flu

    Mother fighting for life in coma after flu

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    Individuals are not simply getting the flu, they're getting, exceptionally wiped out with this flu. There have been 13,000 flu cases in Victoria so far this year - almost double the number that had been confirmed this time last year. The Victorian Department of Health affirmed the eight-year-old young lady kicked the bucket at the Angliss doctor's facility at Upper Ferntree Gully.
  • Antibiotic-Resistant Infections Are A

    Antibiotic-Resistant Infections Are A "Global Health Emergency"

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    Hanage, who has also published studies of antibiotic resistance, was not involved in the new report. Separately, the World Health Organization today also published a report entitled, "Prioritization of pathogens to guide discovery, research and development of new antibiotics for drug-resistant bacterial infections, including tuberculosis ".
  • Arizona man bitten in face by rattlesnake after trying to catch it

    Arizona man bitten in face by rattlesnake after trying to catch it

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    Victor Pratt , 48, was holding a birthday party for his kid at home in Coolidge, Ariz., on September 7 when he picked up a rattlesnake and began playing with it, Fox 10 reports. Curry said the importance of inserting a tube in the patients airway is even more urgent with face bites. "The progression of swelling is very rapid, and these patients will commonly have an obstructed airway and be unable to breathe in just a few minutes", Dr.
  • More than 80 arrests during 3rd night of protests in St. Louis

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    But it has drawn objections from those who say it ensnares innocent people who cannot escape and subjects them to rough treatment that can include being struck by officers and pepper sprayed, not to mention detained for hours. Early Monday, more than 150 protesters marched arm-in-arm, some carrying signs, to city hall. "We want to achieve one goal - an end to the disparate killings of black citizens at the hands of police".