• How Much Does President Trump Golf? It's Hard To Keep Track
How Much Does President Trump Golf? It's Hard To Keep Track

Trump's rhetoric and North Korea's response have unsettled powers in the Asia-Pacific region, with some scrambling to respond to the escalation of tensions. There was a lot of news out of Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster , N.J. today. Later, in an interview on Fox News Channel, Gorka said he was misinterpreted.

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  • Douglas County reports first confirmed West Nile virus case of 2017
Douglas County reports first confirmed West Nile virus case of 2017

The number of West Nile cases has been low this year, but can increase in late summer/early fall. It's important to take precautions. Elmore County is one of twelve Idaho counties to have tested positive for West Nile virus this season. In some people, it can cause a serious and potentially fatal infection of the brain and spinal cord. Mosquito...

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  • Jose Mourinho: 'I will not cry over transfers'
Jose Mourinho: 'I will not cry over transfers'

Romelu Lukaku , Nemanja Matic and Victor Lindelof are the only signings so far this summer but they won't be the last; moreover, they are players who will steel this side's core and, after a year of working alongside Mourinho, the existing squad now know better what is required of them too.

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  • Woman sues hospital after newborn death: Baby suffocated in bed after breastfeeding
Woman sues hospital after newborn death: Baby suffocated in bed after breastfeeding

He was 10 days old. On the night of August 6, a nurse gave Thompson the baby at around 3am for breastfeeding and left the new mum unsupervised. An hour later, Thompson, who was still "drowsy and groggy," realized that her baby boy, Jacob, was not moving.

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  • Fidget spinners causing risky accidents, United States government warns
Fidget spinners causing risky accidents, United States government warns

That's a consumer product warning so typical that it's nearly meaningless. If their recommendations on the obsolescing toy seem uninspired, well, we've been here before . In addition there has been a warning to parents to guard against younger children from putting the spinners into their mouths. Never charge a product with batteries overnight w...

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  • Officials Warn Against Solar Eclipse Sunglasses Scam
Officials Warn Against Solar Eclipse Sunglasses Scam

If you look at the sun without protective eyewear the solar radiation and thermal energy from the sun can burn the retinal tissue. Some vendors are even going so far as to put falsified test results on their websites to support their bogus claims, AAS said.

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  • Alcoholism among women rises in new study
Alcoholism among women rises in new study

Since the early '90s, more Americans have been drinking - and a growing number drinking heavily. The proportion of adults who said they'd consumed alcohol over the previous year increased from about 65% to about 73% during the study period.

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  • Insurers get more time to finalize 2018 Obamacare premiums requests
Insurers get more time to finalize 2018 Obamacare premiums requests

Just 21 percent of respondents - but 49 percent of Republicans - want the GOP to continue working on a plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, the survey said. Although the study draws a parallel between rates rising and the debate over healthcare in Congress, President Donald Trump shares some of the blame.

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  • FDA: 5 deaths tied to weight-loss balloon treatments
FDA: 5 deaths tied to weight-loss balloon treatments

It's still unclear whether there's a definitive link between the devices and the deaths. These balloons are meant to stay inside the body for six months before deflating and eventually exiting the body the old-fashioned way. Intragastric balloons are created to treat obesity by taking up room in the stomach, making patients feel full. The exact c...

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  • A 100-Year-Old Fruitcake Was Found 'Perfectly Preserved' in Antarctica
A 100-Year-Old Fruitcake Was Found 'Perfectly Preserved' in Antarctica

The Antarctic Heritage Trust is now carrying out conservation work on the huts that would have been vital shelter for early expeditions, focusing on the Cape Adare area, the north-easternmost peninsula in East Antarctica. After the procedures, the cake and all the artifacts found will be returned to the site. And apparently, it looks and smells...

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  • Commodity Trade's Asian Artery Exposed by North Korea Tensions
Commodity Trade's Asian Artery Exposed by North Korea Tensions

He added: "I will tell you this, North Korea better get their act together or they're gonna be in trouble like few nations have ever been in trouble in this world". That is about the stupidest and most unsafe statement I have ever heard an American president make. Both U.S. and Japanese officials believe North Korea has achieved the miniaturi...

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  • Nassau County to get two more medical marijuana dispensaries
Nassau County to get two more medical marijuana dispensaries

Additional medicines in the form of lotions, ointments, patches, tablets, and lozenges will be allowed. The state's medical marijuana law only allows non-smokeable forms of the drug. The regulations will allow certified patients to visit dispensaries with individuals other than their designated caregivers, which was previously prohibited.

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  • Gene editing breakthrough could pave way for pig-to-human organ transplants
Gene editing breakthrough could pave way for pig-to-human organ transplants

Using the gene-editing tool CRISPR, Yang and her team were able to disable 25 copies of these viruses in pig embryos. The retroviruses don't harm pigs, but would make xenotransplants, cross-species transplants, impossible. "I generally hesitate to say we've solved a two-decade-old problem, but in this case, we have", he said, Scientific American re...

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  • College kicker from Kansas gets scholarship - in a most heartwarming way
College kicker from Kansas gets scholarship - in a most heartwarming way

Fleck then handed the T-shirt gun to Kyle and had him fire a shirt to Juenemann. Minnesota kicker Justin Juenemann was surprised with a football scholarship earlier this week with all those elements. "You're sitting here looking at two examples of what our culture can do". Juenemann has not played in a single game since he started with the Go...

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  • Latest FIFA Rankings Announced
Latest FIFA Rankings Announced

India are now on 341 points and are lagging four points behind 96th placed Zambia. Canada has jumped five spots to 95th following their performances in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, leading to India dropping to 97th. Kitts and Nevis are expected to take part. India head coach Stephen Constantine has regularly stressed the importance of match practice an...

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  • Landmark Vitamin Discovery Could Prevent Miscarriages And Birth Defects
Landmark Vitamin Discovery Could Prevent Miscarriages And Birth Defects

Senior researcher Prof Sally Dunwoodie said: 'The ramifications are likely to be huge. A simple vitamin supplement could be the key to preventing birth defects and miscarriages worldwide, Australian researchers have found. The mice which were given extra B3 gave birth to healthy babies; the mice which were not miscarried or had babies born wi...

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  • Indian authorities arrest two Al Qaeda-linked 'terrorists'
Indian authorities arrest two Al Qaeda-linked 'terrorists'

The suspect was transferred to West Bengal police which opened probe against him, the broadcaster added. The Delhi Police and the West Bengal Police have been in search of this man for long. The brother of Syed Mohammad Zishan Ali, Arshiyan is also suspected to have links with global terror outfits. The police also said that Ansar Bangla is becom...

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  • Marijuana smokers have greater risk of death from high blood pressure
Marijuana smokers have greater risk of death from high blood pressure

Researchers said we already knew THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, can cause serious side effects like increased heart rate, but this is the first study that looked at the long-term effects. In 2005 to 2006, the study's participants were asked if they had ever used marijuana and, if so, how old they were when they first started. Neither c...

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  • Up to 50 migrants 'deliberately drowned' off Yemen, UN says
Up to 50 migrants 'deliberately drowned' off Yemen, UN says

According to the IOM, survivors buried 29 bodies and at least 22 people remain missing. "The survivors told our colleagues on the beach that the smuggler pushed them into the sea when he saw some "authority types" near the coast", Laurent de Boeck , the IOM Yemen Chief of Mission, said in a statement .

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  • That noise in the attic? It's a 6-foot boa constrictor
That noise in the attic? It's a 6-foot boa constrictor

Linda van der Herchen, Adam's mother, posted about the snake to Facebook and asked for advice. Van der Herchen said his son told him he thought there was a snake in the attic, but he didn't believe it until he recently spotted the serpent for himself.

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