• Titans offense gets huge boost with Eric Decker signing
Titans offense gets huge boost with Eric Decker signing

Decker was released by the New York Jets on Monday , and two days later he visited with Tennessee officials. He missed just about all of the 2016 season due to hip and shoulder injuries, which he underwent surgery to fix in October. Decker spent three seasons with the Jets after playing his first four years with the Broncos. His 33 touchdown...

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  • Approaching cold front brings the chance for more storms Monday
Approaching cold front brings the chance for more storms Monday

Today's activity has a better chance to turn severe than any of the storms we saw over the past week, and the rain will be heavier. Temps will climb from the mild mid 60s and low 70s to around 80° with a south wind of 5-15 miles per hour. One of those systems could bring more of that tropical moisture to our area, increasing the metro's chance of r...

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  • Community leaders condemn 'terrorist attack' at Finsbury Park mosque
Community leaders condemn 'terrorist attack' at Finsbury Park mosque

May said she would chair an emergency security Cabinet session Monday. "All my thoughts are with the victims, their families and the emergency services on the scene", she said in a statement on Monday. Usain Ali, 28, who was nearby, said he heard a bang and ran for his life. I tried to stop him (the suspect), some people were hitting him but I sa...

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  • Mort du professeur Christian Cabrol, pionnier de la greffe cardiaque en Europe
Mort du professeur Christian Cabrol, pionnier de la greffe cardiaque en Europe

En 1992, il avait parrainé l'opération du Télégramme contre la mucoviscidose. "Je ressens beaucoup de tristesse", a réagi l'actrice Mireille Darc, qu'il avait opérée en 1980. Le Pr Cabrol, scientifique dans l'âme et célèbre pour ses nombreuses publications dès ses débuts, aura eu une carrière hors du commun au cours de laquelle, il a enchaîné les ...

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  • Russia: US Planes in Syria Are Now 'Targets'
Russia: US Planes in Syria Are Now 'Targets'

Moscow has said it is suspending a military hotline - called the "deconfliction line" - established with the U.S. in 2015, weeks after Russian Federation entered Syria in support of the government of Bashar al-Assad, its strongest ally in the region.

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  • Boy hospitalised after fidget spinner mishap
Boy hospitalised after fidget spinner mishap

It consists of a bearing in the center of a multi-lobed flat structure made from metal or plastic. The mother of the little boy has since posted a warning on a Facebook group saying "Parents of fidget spinners beware. A x-ray uploaded to Facebook appears to show the round piece lodged in the boy's stomach. "He has to pass it within two days or ...

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  • Trump Tweets His Frustration With Russia Investigation
Trump Tweets His Frustration With Russia Investigation

In a two-part tweet posted on Sunday, Trump wrote: " The MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN agenda is doing very well despite the distraction of the Witch Hunt ". Sekulow said Trump "is not and has not been under investigation". Trump advisers and confidants describe the president as increasingly angry over the investigation, yelling at television sets in ...

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  • Trump's Father's Day message to America makes America miss President Obama
Trump's Father's Day message to America makes America miss President Obama

The former first lady shared a sweet throwback snap of the 44th president hugging their two daughters, Malia , now 18, and Sasha , now 16. In his final press conference as president, Obama says in comments carried by Today : "Every parent brags on their daughters or their sons, but man, my daughters are something".

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  • Man, 54, wins $870000 after doctor removed the WRONG testicle
Man, 54, wins $870000 after doctor removed the WRONG testicle

According to court documents obtained by the Washington Post , Hanes went to J.C Blair Memorial in 2013 to undergo a surgical removal of his right testicle to alleviate pain from a previous injury. A 2011 Washington Post roundup of such cases included doctors in Minneapolis removing a healthy kidney from a man with kidney cancer and an ophthalmo...

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  • International Yoga Day: Last minute preparations, security drill on
International Yoga Day: Last minute preparations, security drill on

Warner said he remains very optimistic about Indo-US relationship and continues to believe that they can make great strides together. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, in a citation, sent his best wishes for "a joyous observance" of the third International Yoga Day organised by the Indian Embassy here in association with the Friends of Yoga.

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  • Talks between Theresa May and DUP 'going well'
Talks between Theresa May and DUP 'going well'

Downing Street said only that they were "ongoing". There is a steady dialogue between the two sides that has never stopped at any point. Citing unnamed sources, a report by The Times said Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond is pushing Mrs May not to leave the Customs union - an arrangement that guarantees tariff-free trade within the blo...

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  • United States destroyer collision off Japan coast
United States destroyer collision off Japan coast

Navy via AP). The Navy ship later sailed back to its base in Yokosuka. The search was on for seven United States sailors missing after an American warship and a merchant vessel collided off the coast of Japan, as USA forces and Japanese authorities worked to figure out why the vessels struck each other.

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  • Coast Guard rescues dozens after ferry accident off Cape Cod
Coast Guard rescues dozens after ferry accident off Cape Cod

There are now no reports on whether there are any injuries. Last year, a Steamship Authority freight ferry collided with another ferry docked in Woods Hole when its engine stalled. There were 56 people on board, the Coast Guard said in a statement. Although the ferry Iyanough can hold up to 400 people, it was only carrying 48 passengers a...

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  • Trump Appears to Confirm That He's Being Personally Investigated
Trump Appears to Confirm That He's Being Personally Investigated

The morning missive appeared to refer to Rod Rosenstein , the deputy attorney general. There's also the fact that Trump admitted in a televised interview to firing the former FBI Director to end the Russian Federation probe, but why let that get in the way of things when you have a DOJ employee to kick around? Earlier this week USA media repor...

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  • 20% of baby food may contain lead, says environmental agency
20% of baby food may contain lead, says environmental agency

Although lead, a naturally occurring element, is found in all parts of our environment, there is no safe level of exposure, according to the U.S. "Lead can have a number of effects on children and it's especially harmful during critical windows of development", said Dr Aparna Bole, pediatrician at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Childre...

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  • Can Amazon persuade enough people to buy fresh food online?
Can Amazon persuade enough people to buy fresh food online?

That development challenges big-box retailers Wal-Mart Stores Inc . - the nation's biggest grocer - and Target Corp., whose food business has floundered of late. "Millions of people love Whole Foods Market because they offer the best natural and organic foods, and they make it fun to eat healthy", Amazon's founder and Chief Executive Officer J...

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  • E-cigarette use among youth drops for 1st time in 6 years
E-cigarette use among youth drops for 1st time in 6 years

The drop was primarily driven by the decline in electronic cigarette use among those youths: 3 million in 2015 to just under 2.2 million in 2016. "Far too many young people are still using tobacco products, so we must continue to prioritize proven strategies to protect our youth from this preventable health risk", CDC Acting Director Anne Sc...

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  • Trump privately criticizes Republican health care plan he celebrated
Trump privately criticizes Republican health care plan he celebrated

Yet Republicans such as Ms. Capito, Mr. Portman and Dean Heller of Nevada are looking for a more gradual phaseout of generous federal funding that their states used to expand Medicaid for the poor, saying they would like to avoid an abrupt "cliff" in 2020, when the House bill would freeze the expansion.

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  • Woman sues Publix over husband's death after fall into fryer
Woman sues Publix over husband's death after fall into fryer

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports (http://on-ajc.com/2rizPXS) 37-year-old Mansur Blount was cleaning vent hoods at a Publix in Dacula on June 25, 2015. This got him sent to the emergency room and burn unit of Atlanta's Grady Memorial Hospital. A Publix spokeswoman said it is the company's policy not to comment on open lawsuits.

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  • Itinérance en Europe : Free passe à 25Go/mois (oui, mais...)
Itinérance en Europe : Free passe à 25Go/mois (oui, mais...)

Quel que soit votre choix sur ces deux forfaits , vous aurez désormais la possibilité de les utiliser depuis l'Europe et les DOM. Le forfait se dote en outre d'une enveloppe mensuelle de 50 Mo de données pour l'Europe + DOM, bien séparée de l'enveloppe de 50 Mo pour l'usage domestique en France.

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  • Britain-EU Brexit talks to start Monday as planned
Britain-EU Brexit talks to start Monday as planned

But it is likely to accede to European Union demands that the date should be when Britain leaves the European Union in 2019, the FT said. "As we also said in our Article 50 letter, "agreeing a high-level approach to the issues arising from our withdrawal will of course be an early priority".

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  • Chinese nationals' killing not linked to China Pakistan Economic Corridor, says Pakistan
Chinese nationals' killing not linked to China Pakistan Economic Corridor, says Pakistan

It also brought about increased security measures to protect Chinese nationals and other foreigners. The foreign ministry said it was verifying information about the incident. 'Instead of engaging in any business activity, they went to Quetta and under the garb of learning (the) Urdu language from a Korean national.were actually engaged in preachin...

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  • Coconut Oil Is Actually Bad For You
Coconut Oil Is Actually Bad For You

The update, published Thursday , says that 82 percent of the fat in coconut oil is saturated fat, which is known to raise "bad" cholesterol levels and lead to blockages and plaque build up that can cause strokes and heart attacks. But this is what everyone has been saying all along, because the ultimate message is to basically just eat less meat...

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  • FHP: Orlando City Soccer forward Cyle Larin arrested on DUI charge
FHP: Orlando City Soccer forward Cyle Larin arrested on DUI charge

Larin was stopped by Florida Highway Patrol for driving the wrong way in Orlando and almost causing a head-on collision, about three miles from Orlando City's stadium. Another vehicle just avoided a head-on collision with Larin's Cadillac. Larin was born just outside of Toronto in Brampton, Ontario, and is a fixture in the Canadian national team ...

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  • Inmates Kill 2 Prison Bus Guards And Escape, Georgia Sheriff Says
Inmates Kill 2 Prison Bus Guards And Escape, Georgia Sheriff Says

GBI spokeswoman Nelly Miles says 43-year-old Donnie Russell Rowe and 24-year-old Ricky Dubose were apprehended Thursday in Christiana, Tennessee. "We have to find that vehicle", Sheriff Sills said. The Noxubee County sheriff is investigating reports of sightings of two prison escapees from Georgia who are accused of killing two prison guards.

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  • Teen charged with fatally stabbing dog to avoid pound
Teen charged with fatally stabbing dog to avoid pound

Thursday, deputies responded to "suspicious circumstances" at 4804 19th St. W in Bradenton. She is being held at Manatee County Jail on no bond. Cox asked officers, "Are you here about the dog?" and invited them into the backyard. Cox told deputies his parents brought the dog down from Greenville, North Carolina so that he could spend time with...

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  • Gov. Rick Scott signs controversial schools bill
Gov. Rick Scott signs controversial schools bill

When the legislation becomes law, more than 100 traditional public schools given low grades by the state will be converted into charters - even though the charter sector in Florida is deeply troubled; more than 300 have closed as a result of poor performance.

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  • ME woman drowns rabid raccoon with bare hands after it attacks her
ME woman drowns rabid raccoon with bare hands after it attacks her

Borch, who lives in Hope, Maine , told the Bangor Daily News that her run was lovely, ordinary and peaceful ... until it wasn't. "I didn't think I could strangle (the raccoon) with my bare hands", she said. "It's scary stuff", Blood said. Because rabies is nearly always fatal in people once they begin showing symptoms of the disease, Borch wou...

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  • 14 départements du centre-est en alerte orange pour orages — Météo
14 départements du centre-est en alerte orange pour orages — Météo

Face à cette forte hausse du mercure, Météo France place plusieurs départements en alerte météo vigilance jaune. Dans la journée, le soleil restera majoritaire sur le tiers Nord et autour de la Méditerranée alors qu'ailleurs, de la façade océanique jusqu'aux Alpes, les nuages seront de plus en plus denses au fil des heures et quelques averses ser...

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  • Michigan Officials Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter in Connection With Flint Water Crisis
Michigan Officials Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter in Connection With Flint Water Crisis

Heath chief Nick Lyon was charged with two felonies, involuntary manslaughter and misconduct in office, for failing to alert the public about an outbreak in Legionnaires' disease in the Flint area, according to AP. He's accused of failing to alert the public about a Legionnaires' outbreak in the Flint area in 2014-15. Michigan's Attorney ...

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