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Svitolina battles back to beat Siniakova

Svitolina battles back to beat Siniakova

I was kind of lucky. "I heard a lot of times that I'm talented, and I know that", said the confident teen. The Dane saved two match points and rallied from 5-1 down in an epic third set to keep he...

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Koreas to march under single united flag in Olympic Games

Koreas to march under single united flag in Olympic Games

Many South Koreans are up in arms over a plan to field a single Korean women's hockey team at next month's Winter Olympics , viewing it as a step too far in the government's attempt to bring about a ...

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Walmart Enters The Opioid Fight With At-Home Kit That Destroys Unused Painkillers

Walmart Enters The Opioid Fight With At-Home Kit That Destroys Unused Painkillers

More than 65 percent of people misusing prescription opioids are getting them from relatives and friends, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Aetna also publis...

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Seahawks players pay tribute to Martin Luther King Jr

Seahawks players pay tribute to Martin Luther King Jr

Utahns commemorated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr . with numerous events on MLK Day Monday, some participants saying that Dr. King's messages are especially relevant in our current political climate. Mor...

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Winter Storm Inga Could Bring Florida Its Third Snow Event This Winter

Winter Storm Inga Could Bring Florida Its Third Snow Event This Winter

The National Weather Service is advising Carroll County residents to take precaution today and Wednesday with light snow is possible. The National Weather service says mainly sleet and light...

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Donald Trump spends MLK Day golfing in Florida

Donald Trump spends MLK Day golfing in Florida

The community carried banners and marched from city hall to Pittsburg High School where there were performances by Martin Luther King, Jr . King helped open the doors to dreams and hopes that many ...

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Bipartisan immigration plan fell short on border security: White House

He also denied making the statements attributed to him, but avoided details of what he did or did not say. The information comes as the debate over Trump's mental stability has reached a fever pitc...

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CT boy, 10, dies after attending youth hockey tournament in Buffalo

CT boy, 10, dies after attending youth hockey tournament in Buffalo

The schools are planning a gathering at West School Monday from 10 a.m.to noon to offer support for students and parents and "love". Almost 400 family and friends gathered for a prayer service held ...

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FDA approves first treatment for breast cancer caused by BRCA mutation

FDA approves first treatment for breast cancer caused by BRCA mutation

Lynparza is produced by the British drugmaker AstraZeneca , whose US headquarters are in Wilmington, Del. Patients with BRCA-mutated, HER2-negative breast cancer who have previously been treated w...

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We won't return, say abducted Chibok girls

We won't return, say abducted Chibok girls

The jihadists seized 276 students from the Government Girls Secondary School in the mostly Christian town on April 14, 2014, triggering global condemnation. The video shows a group of about 12 teenage...

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Patient's stifled sneeze leads to ruptured throat, hospital

Patient's stifled sneeze leads to ruptured throat, hospital

When he was seen by doctors at his local Accident and Emergency room, they found that closing off his mouth and nose has caused the force of the sneeze to puncture his pharynx , the upper section of ...

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Florida boy dies of rabies after sick bat scratches him

Florida boy dies of rabies after sick bat scratches him

According to the outlet, it's saved at least two children in the US and almost 20 around the world. Ryker Roque told his friends his father could "fix anything". With bats it can be hard to tell t...

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Trump's Mar-a-Lago failed a Florida health inspection

Trump's Mar-a-Lago failed a Florida health inspection

There were also food-safety violations discovered. Authorities found expired curry sauce, while the milk was stored at 49 degrees Fahrenheit instead of 41 degrees. It wasn't rare to see him check ou...

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Afghanistan's maiden Test in Bangalore in June

Afghanistan's maiden Test in Bangalore in June

It has been confirmed that the match will be played at M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru, between June 14 to 18 this year. The India-Afghanistan clash will thus take place ahead of India's tour of ...

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Japan city uses loudspeakers to recall potentially deadly fugu fish

Japan city uses loudspeakers to recall potentially deadly fugu fish

Fugu is considered a delicacy in Japan, and is typically served as sashimi (raw fish ) or in a hot pot. That warning had been partially successful, Takayanagi said: "Three packages will be retrieve...

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'Baby Brain' Phenomenon Affects Pregnant Women, Analysis Confirms

'Baby Brain' Phenomenon Affects Pregnant Women, Analysis Confirms

Researchers from Deakin University in Victoria, Australia, chose to conduct a meta-analysis of 20 studies to see if the phenomenon holds water, focusing on research that linked pregnancy and cogniti...

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Flu season of to record start as hospitals see a widespread outbreak

Flu season of to record start as hospitals see a widespread outbreak

In Alabama, state health leaders say it's a crisis situation due to the number of people with the flu. For the week ending December 30, a little over 13 people per 100,000 were hospitalized for compli...

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Killings: Buhari tells Benue leaders to restrain their people

Killings: Buhari tells Benue leaders to restrain their people

Akande said that Osinbajo was shocked by a news report ostensibly quoting Ortom as saying that the VP was warned of the "savage and inhumane killings by alleged herdsmen" in Logo and Guma local govern...

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Potential measles exposure at O'Hare Airport

Potential measles exposure at O'Hare Airport

The traveler landed from an global flight at terminal five and departed at terminal one. The passenger could have exposed others at the airport between 6:30 a.m. It can cause serious complications s...

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BJP says Congress trying to politicise internal issues of the judiciary

BJP says Congress trying to politicise internal issues of the judiciary

On assertion by the four judges that they were raising these issues for survival of democracy, Rahul said as the issue raised by four judges are extremely disturbing and have far-reaching consequences...

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HP Leads Declining Market for PCs

HP Leads Declining Market for PCs

Seems like holiday season resulted in the growth of PC shipments for the first time in 6 years. Worldwide PC shipments totalled 71.6 million units in the fourth quarter, 4.6 million more than the t...

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Former Top Judges Join Criticism Of India's Chief Justice

Former Top Judges Join Criticism Of India's Chief Justice

Capping a weekend flurry of activity by jurists, lawyers and politicians, the Bar Council delegation met the CJI at his residence for 45 minutes. Lawyers' representatives met Chief Justice of India ...

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British surgeon fined, avoids jail after burning initials onto livers of sufferers

British surgeon fined, avoids jail after burning initials onto livers of sufferers

The hospital said there had been "no impact whatsoever" on the success of the operations. Bramhal is due to be sentenced by Judge Paul Farrer QC on Friday morning. A photograph of the organ showing ...

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Liverpool hold on to end Manchester City's unbeaten record

Liverpool hold on to end Manchester City's unbeaten record

The game continued at the same frantic pace after the break with chances for both sides before Liverpool , in one of the most irresistible attacking displays of the season, scored three times in nine...

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NC Gerrymandered Map Ruled Unconstitutional By Panel Of Judges

NC Gerrymandered Map Ruled Unconstitutional By Panel Of Judges

In North Carolina, the lower court panel determined that the Republican map, approved by the legislature in February 2016, was marked by "invidious partisanship" that violated the U.S. Hise and state ...

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Ken Niumatalolo pulls out of Arizona coaching search

Ken Niumatalolo pulls out of Arizona coaching search

The Wildcats fired Rich Rodriguez earlier this month with the coach in the middle of a potential lawsuit for workplace misconduct. Instead, he's re-committing to Navy , per ESPN's Heather Dinich...

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Sth Africa 0-78 in 2nd Test against India

Sth Africa 0-78 in 2nd Test against India

It is also only among a handful of grounds that still houses an open press box and the majority of its seating for the spectators is on the grass bed, making cricket viewing here a sort of family picn...

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Gov. Wolf announces state of emergency for opioid epidemic

Gov. Wolf announces state of emergency for opioid epidemic

Wolf's decision to declare the problem a "statewide disaster" was unusual in the sense that such declarations are typically reserved for natural disasters such as blizzards and hurricanes and involve ...

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NBC nearly sold out on ads for Super Bowl

NBC nearly sold out on ads for Super Bowl

While national anthem protests have slowed around the NFL, it has still dominated national conversation throughout this season. The Olympic Winter Games will be held from February 9-25 in Pyeongchan...

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Teens eat WASHING TABLETS in shocking video of 'deadly' new craze

Teens eat WASHING TABLETS in shocking video of 'deadly' new craze

Photos and video clips tagged with " Tide Pod Challenge " show teens chewing the packets and then spitting the liquid detergent out of their mouths. There's some new internet challenge going aroun...

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