• E. coli warning expands to all romaine lettuce
E. coli warning expands to all romaine lettuce

As a result, they caution that all store-bought romaine lettuce, including salad mixes containing romaine, should not be eaten. While no deaths related to the outbreak have been reported, five patients have suffered from kidney failure and 31 have been hospitalized.

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  • Extra-large spleens help Indonesian 'fish people' tribe dive to 200 feet
Extra-large spleens help Indonesian 'fish people' tribe dive to 200 feet

Some pockets of Bajau still live a traditional lifestyle, living in houseboats or wooden huts propped over the water on wooden stilts. Divers spend more than 60% of their 8-hour work days underwater, spearing fish, hunting sea cucumbers, and gathering black coral to fashion into jewelry.

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  • Carson's going out of business sale starting
Carson's going out of business sale starting

Bon-Ton's top management's initial priority was to sell the business to an individual buyer who would be passionate about the business and turn it around all together. But, for our city, this location is more than a department store. “The future closing of Herbergers represents the first opportunity we have had to bring a new anchor store in our ...

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  • Minnesota woman suspected of killing 2 captured in Texas
Minnesota woman suspected of killing 2 captured in Texas

In separate statements, investigators have said that various agencies were alerted to Lois Riess' presence in the bar and grill by an employee who had recognized Riess and the stolen vehicle she was driving from the media and other social media sources.

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  • Indian court acquits Modi ally jailed over deadly Gujarat riots
Indian court acquits Modi ally jailed over deadly Gujarat riots

A division bench of the court comprising justice Harsha Devani and justice A. S. Supehiya concluded the hearing and reserved the order in the case last August. Swamy Aseemanand was acquitted in the Mecca Masjid blasts case recently, Sadhvi Pragya , also accused in the 2008 Malegaon blasts and other cases, is out on bail.

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  • BJP slams Congress over Judge Loya death case
BJP slams Congress over Judge Loya death case

A follow-up report published by The Caravan also quoted Judge Loya's family members alleging the offer of a bribe by then Chief Justice of the Bombay High Court Mohit Shah to Judge Loya for delivering a judgement in favour of BJP President Amit Shah , the prime accused in the Sohrabuddin fake encounter case.

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  • Puerto Rico's worst blackout since Maria leaves island residents 'frustrated'
Puerto Rico's worst blackout since Maria leaves island residents 'frustrated'

It also said via Twitter that it's working to restore service through the island. "This is the second power failure that has affected the people of Puerto Rico in less than a week", Rossello said. As a result of these donations, today they presented a $4,000 check to Casa Protegida Julia de Burgos (www.casajulia.org), a well-respected institu...

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  • In London today, PM Modi to meet Prime Minister Theresa May
In London today, PM Modi to meet Prime Minister Theresa May

The Action Plan also aims to exchange knowledge and explore cooperation on smart cities, including transit-oriented urban development, air pollution control, waste management , waste-to-energy, waste-water treatment, district cooling and circular economy, including through dialogue and capacity building.

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  • Bitcoin bandit makes prison break, flees Iceland on PM's plane
Bitcoin bandit makes prison break, flees Iceland on PM's plane

Police believe Stefansson fled a low-security prison in Iceland through a window and boarded a flight to Sweden at an global airport in Keflavik. Police said he travelled under a passport in someone else's name, but was identified via surveillance video.

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  • Montana reports cases of illness linked to romaine lettuce
Montana reports cases of illness linked to romaine lettuce

A spokeswoman for New Jersey's health department did not comment on questions about Panera Bread, but county officials told NJ.com that they're investigating a cluster of E. If you've recently bought chopped romaine lettuce in bags or salad mixes, do not eat the products. Stacey Hofmann, a spokeswoman for the department, says one of the most i...

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  • IMF Maintains India's FY19 Growth At 7.4%; Cautions Govt On Fiscal Deficit
IMF Maintains India's FY19 Growth At 7.4%; Cautions Govt On Fiscal Deficit

According to the IMF, global growth is projected to pick up to 3.9% this year and next, supported by strong momentum, favourable market sentiment, accommodative financial conditions, and the domestic and worldwide repercussions of expansionary fiscal policy in the US.

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  • Artificial Antimicrobial Peptides to Give Tough Time to Drug-resistant Bacteria
Artificial Antimicrobial Peptides to Give Tough Time to Drug-resistant Bacteria

The report published Tuesday in the journal mBio was based on 416 mice collected at residential properties in seven sites over a year. The list of bacteria that can be found in New York City mice includes Escherichia coli , Shigella , Klebsiella pneumoniae , Salmonella enterica , and Clostridium difficile .

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  • Harley Quinn 'Birds of Prey' Movie to Be Directed by Cathy Yan
Harley Quinn 'Birds of Prey' Movie to Be Directed by Cathy Yan

There's no timescale apparent for any of these projects, but it looks like Birds Of Prey is the one with the most traction at the moment. The movie will be directed by Cathy Yan and written by Christina Hodson . Justice League was a bomb last year, and the year before, Batman V. Superman and Suicide Squad were also failures. With the hype...

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  • World Cup concern for crocked Batshuayi
World Cup concern for crocked Batshuayi

Belgian striker Michy Batshuayi's in danger of missing the 2018 FIFA World Cup after the striker confirmed his season is over with an ankle injury he suffered during Borussia Dortmund's Bundesliga clash with FC Schalke 04 on the weekend.

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  • Central Park Removing Statue Of Doctor Who Experimented On Female Slaves
Central Park Removing Statue Of Doctor Who Experimented On Female Slaves

James Marion Sims - a surgeon hailed as "the father of modern gynecology", who experimented on enslaved black women to further his medical innovations - from New York City's Central Park. The Sims statue at the cemetery will also include a marker that explains that the doctor performed the experimental surgery on slaves . Sims was known for ...

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  • Multistate E. coli outbreak traced to lettuce spreads to Missouri, Illinois
Multistate E. coli outbreak traced to lettuce spreads to Missouri, Illinois

According to CDC , no common grower, supplier, distributor or brand has been identified. No one has died. If you've bought lettuce lately throw it out, chances are it will make you sick. At this time, ill people are not reporting whole heads or hearts of romaine. "Nearly all of the romaine lettuce now being harvested and shipped throughout the...

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  • Bush family say former First Lady in 'great spirits'
Bush family say former First Lady in 'great spirits'

Jim McGrath did not elaborate as to the nature of the 92-year-old Bush's health problems. "I've had the privilege - probably the last four or five years, ever since dad has been going in and out of the hospital - of reading to them". They traveled to Texas where the oil business dominated, first in Midland-Odessa, later to the Houston area where ...

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  • Indiana Farm Recalls More Than 200 Million Eggs over Salmonella Concerns
Indiana Farm Recalls More Than 200 Million Eggs over Salmonella Concerns

Some of the eggs were also purchased by restaurants, including Waffle House. The Washington Post was unable to reach the company Sunday. FDA testing determined that eggs produced from this farm are connected to 22 cases of Salmonella Braenderup infections; the CDC is confirming illness information with state health departments.

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  • IPL 2018 Highlights: Kolkata Knight Riders vs Delhi Daredevils Match Review
IPL 2018 Highlights: Kolkata Knight Riders vs Delhi Daredevils Match Review

Although Delhi lost three wickets inside as many overs, Glenn Maxwell (47) and Rishabh Pant (43) kept the Dardevils in the hunt with a fifty plus partnership before Kuldeep Yadav (3/32) triggered the collapse and Sunil Narine (3/18) wrapping the proceedings.

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  • Nick Houghton fans 14 in Nottingham baseball's win over Hamilton
Nick Houghton fans 14 in Nottingham baseball's win over Hamilton

Wolverines coach Leslie Watts' squad has won nine of its last 11 games heading into the postseason after starting the season a disappointing 2-6. She walked a batter in the fifth. Liz DeRosa went 3 for 3 at the plate for Alvirne (2-1), had four RBIs and was intentionally walked in the bottom of the sixth inning. Novack tripled and scored on a sin...

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