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At the Jingle Bash at Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Swift is joined by The Backstreet Boys , Fifth Harmony , Logic , and Sabrina Carpenter . Taylor Swift loves her fans. Bakula also said that " Look What You Made Me Do " simply isn't getting the massive reactions that "Shake it Off" did years ago. Both performances will most likely be shorter than an actual show, but considering her Reputation album release is slated to be released on November 10, there's no doubt she'll be ...
  • Off-duty police officer in critical condition after crash

    Off-duty police officer in critical condition after crash

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    State police said Interstate 95 South has been reopened after being completely closed due to a serious accident Sunday morning. Michael Ricci, 18, of Burlington, Mass., who New Hampshire State Police said was driving the 2013 Mercedes-Benz C300 that hit Remigio, is being held on $10,000 cash bail pending his arraignment tomorrow in Seabrook, N.H., on a charge of felony reckless conduct.
  • Supreme Court bans sale of firecrackers in Delhi, NCR on Diwali

    Supreme Court bans sale of firecrackers in Delhi, NCR on Diwali

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    A total of 100 firecracker companies moved the Supreme Court on January 30 seeking modification of its earlier order, which had put a ban on selling of firecrackers in Delhi-NCR. The top court, through its 11 November, 2016 order, suspended all licences which "permit sale of fireworks, wholesale and retail within the territory of NCR".
  • Godhra train burning case: Court commutes death sentence for 11 to life

    Godhra train burning case: Court commutes death sentence for 11 to life

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    On March 1, 2011, a special SIT court had convicted 31 people, accepting the prosecution's argument that the train burning was not an accident but part of a conspiracy. The convicts were described as a "core committee" that played a crucial role in organizing a mob of almost 1,000 people and more than 100 litres of petrol to set the train on fire.
  • Australian nurse who died in Lautoka hospital had Lupus

    Australian nurse who died in Lautoka hospital had Lupus

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    Blood tests have now ruled out typhoid. A former colleague of Clarke's said she was a positive person who would be greatly missed. Clarke's sister started a GoFundMe page when her sister was first admitted to the hospital, asking for monetary help to bring Clarke home to be treated.
  • Vikings: 3 Keys to Beating the Bears

    Vikings: 3 Keys to Beating the Bears

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    But even with Case Keenum as the starter, the Vikings have more weapons on offense like Stefon Diggs and will hold the Bears off. Bears rookie quarterback Mitch Trubisky will make his regular-season debut against the Vikings. He'll have plenty to handle in Joseph as the Vikings try to shut the Bears' running game down. Howard and Cohen rush for a combined 120 yards, with Howard scoring one touchdown.
  • How giant balloons could restore wireless service in Puerto Rico

    How giant balloons could restore wireless service in Puerto Rico

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    In a report issued yesterday , the FCC revealed that 83 percent of cell towers on the island are still down, with the US Virgin Islands in a similar state. Google's parent company is set to launch balloons into the Caribbean skies in an attempt to restore telephone networks in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.
  • Syria fighting worst since Aleppo, civilian casualties mount: ICRC

    Syria fighting worst since Aleppo, civilian casualties mount: ICRC

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    The group announced its formation on January 23, 2012 as the union of Syrian jihadists, whose ultimate goal is to oust President Bashar Al Assad's regime and establish an Islamic emirate under sharia, or Islamic, law. The Observatory relies on a network of sources inside Syria, and says it determines whose planes carry out raids according to type, location, flight patterns and munitions used.
  • Centre and Delhi government lock horns about proposed Metro fare hike

    Centre and Delhi government lock horns about proposed Metro fare hike

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    Last week, the urban development ministry had said it will "examine the issues" raised by Kejriwal over the proposed fare hike by the Delhi Metro. "The chief minister directed the chief secretary to apprise the DMRC Board about the notice for convening an emergency DMRC Board meeting, on the demand of the Delhi government", the statement said.
  • Orange County confirms first West Nile virus death of season

    Orange County confirms first West Nile virus death of season

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    Officials at the Suffolk County Department of Health say the patient began experiencing symptoms associated with the infection in late August, was subsequently hospitalized and died in mid-September. In California 231 people have been reported ill from the West Nile virus this year, and 12 people have died. It is estimated that 20 percent of those who become infected will develop clinically noticeable symptoms of West Nile virus disease.
  • Hurricane Nate Hits Gulf Coast, Rain Heads Our Way

    Hurricane Nate Hits Gulf Coast, Rain Heads Our Way

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    Heavy machinery is used to remove mud from a highway that connects with the south of the country and collapsed by Storm Nate in Casa Mata, Costa Rica Oct. Nate is expected to become a hurricane on Saturday while moving across the central Gulf of Mexico. Parts of Louisiana , Florida and Alabama are all at risk.
  • Sushant Singh Rajput To Star In 'The Fault In Our Stars'…

    Sushant Singh Rajput To Star In 'The Fault In Our Stars'…

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    Casting director Mukesh Chhabra will make his directorial debut with the movie. Besides Kedarnath and The Faults In Our Stars remake, Sushant Singh Rajput also has Chanda Mama Door Ke in his kitty. The debutant director thought Sushant would be ideal for this film. Since then, he had always wanted to work with the actor. Who do you think will be ideal for the female lead role opposite Sushant? But if a new report in Mumbai Mirror is to be believed, Jhanvi and Ishaan will ...
  • Paddock a 'soldier' who converted to Islam months ago, claims Isil

    Paddock a 'soldier' who converted to Islam months ago, claims Isil

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    The attack was classified as an act of terrorism by President Barack Obama within 12 hours of it taking place, due to Mateen's pledge of allegiance to ISIS during the shooting. history" amounted to "domestic terrorism", Las Vegas sheriff Joseph Lombardo said "we have to establish what his motivation was first". "Perhaps Isis did a false claim this one time - it's not definite but it's one scenario".
  • Watching Hockey Games May Be Bad For Your Heart, Study Claims

    Watching Hockey Games May Be Bad For Your Heart, Study Claims

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    The researchers collected a small group of participants-10 were recruited to watch a live game and 10 watched a game on TV-who'd had no known heart disease or complications in the past. "In 2000, Dutch investigators reported an excess in cardiovascular deaths in men 45 years of age or older on the day that the Dutch soccer team was eliminated by France in a penalty shootout during the European soccer championship".
  • Paul Ryan says likely vote on 'bump stock' after Las Vegas shooting

    Paul Ryan says likely vote on 'bump stock' after Las Vegas shooting

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    Alt-right Twitter rival may lose domain MORE's use of a private email server, but they have dismissed the Democrats' gun-violence entreaties as political theater. People focused on mayhem and the kind of evil this person was - in their heart, you can't stop them. Other proposals, including one to limit high-capacity magazines, have not advanced.
  • 2 boys die of suffocation in locked auto

    2 boys die of suffocation in locked auto

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    One of the deceased kid's father was a cab driver and forgot to lock the vehicle. Police suspect that the children went inside the auto to enjoy the cool air and slept in the rear seat. No case has been registered so far. "For close to nine hours, the families of both the victims had been anxiously looking for them". However, by that time both the boys while playing had entered the auto.
  • Cigna Announcing They Won't be Covering OxyContin Beginning 2018

    Cigna Announcing They Won't be Covering OxyContin Beginning 2018

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    In 2016, Cigna laid out a three-year plan to cut down on opioid use among its customers by a quarter. "The insights we obtain from the metrics in the new value-based contract will help us continue to evolve our opioid management strategies to assist our customers and their doctors", Jon Maesner, Cigna's chief pharmacy officer, said.
  • Five Ways to Stay Healthy During Flu Season

    Five Ways to Stay Healthy During Flu Season

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    It's important to note that the shot won't stop you from getting the flu but it will lessen the severity of if it. “You can also help prevent the flu by washing your hands, covering your cough, and staying home when sick.”. 16 from 3 to 5:30 p.m., children will be able to receive a free flu vaccine, regardless of insurance coverage. Tuesdays through Fridays. Pre-payment and registration are not available at these walk-in clinics.
  • Refused to vaccinate son; United States woman jailed

    Refused to vaccinate son; United States woman jailed

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    James Horne, Bredow's ex-husband, wanted the child to be vaccinated. Bredow's case is an evidence that soon judges may be forcing parents in legal battles to vaccinate their child by a certain date or be jailed as an accepted and normal outcome.