• 106-year-old fruit cake 'almost edible'
106-year-old fruit cake 'almost edible'

The cake was found wrapped in paper and encased in the remains of a tin-plated iron alloy tin. A 106-year-old fruitcake was deemed "almost edible" after it was discovered by conservationist in Antarctica. Conservators have been conducting their work on the artifacts at the Canterbury Museum lab in Christchurch, New Zealand, since 2016, and th...

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  • Bodybuilding Mom of 2 Reportedly Dies of Too Much Protein
Bodybuilding Mom of 2 Reportedly Dies of Too Much Protein

A bodybuilding competitor and mom of two reportedly died from a protein overdose, according to Perth Now . Upon her death, doctors discovered that Hefford suffered from urea cycle disorder , a rare genetic condition that disrupts the breaking down of protein in the body.

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  • Swift Plans To Give Back After Legal Victory In Sexual Assault Case
Swift Plans To Give Back After Legal Victory In Sexual Assault Case

Here are four reasons why it's significant. The Denver man who had his $3million lawsuit against Taylor Swift dismissed and was then found guilty of assault and battery in a counter-suit filed by the pop star is breaking his silence for the first time since those verdicts were handed down.

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  • A Disturbing Number of Americans Find Their Workplace Hostile or Threatening
A Disturbing Number of Americans Find Their Workplace Hostile or Threatening

Americans work hard, and it takes a physical and mental toll, not to mention that it frequently cuts into personal time, according to a comprehensive survey on working conditions the nonpartisan RAND Corporation published Monday. Younger women were most likely to encounter unwanted sexual attention, while younger men were more likely to be verbal...

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  • Trump Job Approval Rating Now at 34%, New Low
Trump Job Approval Rating Now at 34%, New Low

Bernie Sanders claimed Monday that President Trump bears " some responsibility" for the violence in Charlottesville this weekend. "We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides - on many sides ", Trump said earlier.

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  • Tiger Woods: Toxicology report finds five drugs in Woods' system
Tiger Woods: Toxicology report finds five drugs in Woods' system

I will continue to tackle this going forward with my doctors, family and friends. A urine test revealed hydrocodone and hydromorphone , two opioid pain medications, and alprazolam , prescribed for anxiety and panic disorders. "I remain grateful for the awesome support that I continue to receive and for the family and friends that are assistin...

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  • Ward signs new Burnley deal
Ward signs new Burnley deal

Embed from Getty Images Conte delighted Speaking after the announcement, Conte said: "I am very happy to have signed a new contract with Chelsea ". "To find yourself 3-0 up at half-time at Stamford Bridge doesn't happen very often", the Republic of Ireland global said.

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  • PM receives over 9000 ideas for Independence Day speech
PM receives over 9000 ideas for Independence Day speech

On each subsequent Independence Day, the prime minister customarily raises the flag and gives an address to the nation. Before the 70th Independence Day, the Modi-government has launched a fortnight-long celebration of Independence Day during which Union Ministers had highlighted the contributions of freedom fighters and martyrs among school chil...

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  • Half-million affected by cholera in Yemen — WHO report
Half-million affected by cholera in Yemen — WHO report

Officials said they would focus on ensuring people could gain access to clean water and on educating people about how to keep their families safe and how to get treatment if needed. WHO and partners are working around the clock to set up cholera treatment clinics, rehabilitate health facilities, deliver medical supplies, and support the nationa...

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  • Fleas carrying plague now confirmed in two Arizona counties
Fleas carrying plague now confirmed in two Arizona counties

The Septicemic plague spread in the bloodstream from fleas or someone else infected by th plague. KNXV reports that Coconino County officials first discovered the plague-infested fleas in the Red Lake area last week but also found fleas in the Doney Park area that tested positive for the disease.

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  • Trump lashes out at media after being forced to condemn Nazis
Trump lashes out at media after being forced to condemn Nazis

When he came before cameras a second time Monday, and CNN's Jim Acosta , who was in the room serving as pool reporter , asked about the lack of a presser, Trump said , "We had a press conference". Acosta shouted after him. After the Charlottesville riots on Saturday, Trump said he condemned "in the strongest possible terms this egregious dis...

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  • Staying in the Triangle for the eclipse? Lower your expectations
Staying in the Triangle for the eclipse? Lower your expectations

Customers also received similar emails about their eclipse glasses , also bought on Amazon . "What you absolutely should not do is search for eclipse glasses on the internet and buy whatever pops up in the ads or search results". "It's a bunch of unscrupulous people cashing in on the eclipse and putting public safety at risk", Richard Fienberg, ...

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  • Picnic Gone Wrong: Grill Explodes In SUV
Picnic Gone Wrong: Grill Explodes In SUV

Police say a husband and wife were driving the Kia, which had a propane grill inside that had the gas valve switched on. A Florida woman lit a cigarette, sparking an explosion of a propane barbeque grill being transported in her SUV. The propane tank was open on the grill, and was venting propane into the interior of the auto. The couple sustai...

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  • Deadly car attack, violent clashes in Charlottesville: What we know now
Deadly car attack, violent clashes in Charlottesville: What we know now

Mr Trump, while on a working holiday at his New Jersey golf club, addressed the nation on Saturday soon after a vehicle ploughed into a group of anti-racist counter-protesters in Charlottesville, where neo-Nazis and white nationalists had assembled for a march.

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  • Bryce Harper suffers serious injury against Giants
Bryce Harper suffers serious injury against Giants

Harper, the superstar right fielder here in Washington D.C., crumpled after slipping on first base in the first inning Saturday night . The game began just after 10 p.m. Harper was hurt about 20 minutes after the first pitch, which came three hours later than planned because of a storm that hit Nationals Park in the evening.

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  • UK To Publish Brexit Strategy Papers Starting This Week
UK To Publish Brexit Strategy Papers Starting This Week

They write that there will be a "time-limited" transition period that would "further our national interest and give business greater certainty", but insist that Brexit will not be halted. The two leading politicians said the government wanted to ensure "there will not be a cliff-edge when we leave the EU". The EU says those negotiations can't sta...

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  • United Nations decries Nigerian Army's
United Nations decries Nigerian Army's "unauthorised" search on its Base in Maiduguri

The UN camp in Maiduguri is located at the epicentre of the conflict with Boko Haram jihadists who have been waging an insurgency since 2009. The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA ) yesterday resumed assistance to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Borno State, 24 hours after an army raid on its Maidu...

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  • Usain Bolt fails to finish final race after injury, Twitter says goodbye
Usain Bolt fails to finish final race after injury, Twitter says goodbye

Bolt eventually crossed the finish line with the rest of his teammates behind him after the race was over, according to NBC Sports. More booing too for 100m gold medal victor Justin Gatlin on his entry, who ran the second leg with the American team along with Mike Rodgers, Jaylen Bacon and Christian Coleman , who won the individual gold.

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  • 8 children died due to lack of oxygen in Encephalitis ward
8 children died due to lack of oxygen in Encephalitis ward

In April, Adityanath government claimed that they have started working on setting up six AIIMS and 25 new medical colleges in UP. District Magistrate, Rajeev Rautela told Indian Express , "Total 30 deaths in last 48 hours". Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has ordered a probe into the case and has assured strict action against the guilty. Despite ...

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  • Pakistan recalls 10 CPL players
Pakistan recalls 10 CPL players

Diplomatic tensions between the two nations have prevented the neighbours from playing a bilateral series since 2007, apart from Pakistan's tour to India in 2012-2013 when they played a short limited-overs series. Former Pakistani cricket player Javed Miandad has asked the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to stop its attempts to revive cricketing t...

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