• Florida's death penalty fix signed by Gov. Rick Scott
Florida's death penalty fix signed by Gov. Rick Scott

The new law, along with a Florida Supreme Court ruling earlier this year, may lead courts to resume the process of deciding whether to impose the death penalty in new cases going forward. The "fix" authorized by lawmakers previous year, and signed by Scott, required, among other things, at least 10 jurors to recommend death. The Florida Supreme Cou...

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  • 'Bachelor' finale sneak peek: Nick Viall tearfully prepares for a proposal
'Bachelor' finale sneak peek: Nick Viall tearfully prepares for a proposal

Filming for the show will probably conclude very shortly before then; what makes this series different from The Bachelor is that there's not almost as much of a cool-off period between the end of production and the start of the show. " Raven is a bit younger than Vanessa , but at the same time she's mature for her age", Nick said. Vanessa w...

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  • Father Vs. Son Fight For Finish Heats Up Iditarod
Father Vs. Son Fight For Finish Heats Up Iditarod

The father and son are close, but also competitive. "For his first time out he's hoping to finish the race with a healthy team of dogs at the finish line", Santos said. Petit departed at 6.35 am. Joar Leifseth Ulsom of Norway trailed the lead by two hours, followed by former champion Mitch Seavey. "Last year he qualified by running shorter ra...

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  • Healthcare Stocks To Watch: Rexahn Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (RNN), Ocera Therapeutics, Inc. (OCRX)
Healthcare Stocks To Watch: Rexahn Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (RNN), Ocera Therapeutics, Inc. (OCRX)

Tracking the stock price in relation to moving averages as well as highs and lows for the year might assist with evaluating future stock performance . The consensus rating is 2.3, suggesting the market has given up on the stock. It has gained $0.05 (1.8%) since hitting a 52-week high price of $0.43 on March 10, 2017.

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  • Holi adds color to their lives
Holi adds color to their lives

Since morning, youths and children revelled in the streets, daubing friends and family members with colours. The directions were issued to all Range IGs and district SPs on deployment of policemen to avoid any untoward incident, the ADG said.

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  • MPs vote down Lords amendments on Brexit vote and European Union citizens' rights
MPs vote down Lords amendments on Brexit vote and European Union citizens' rights

It followed a vote in which the Lords added another amendment to the bill which would guarantee the rights of European Union citizens living in the UK. A spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May said the PM would prefer the bill to be passed unamended. The House of Commons and House of Lords have been battling over the bill's contents.

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  • Injuries, recalls related to nursery products on the rise
Injuries, recalls related to nursery products on the rise

But in the last eight years of the study, the number of nursery product-related injuries has steadily increased, the study authors note. "In the last eight years of the study, injuries increased nearly 25 percent, and a lot of them were concussions or other head injuries, which can be very serious in young children", Mehan said.

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  • California police kill man with gas can who lit a smoke
California police kill man with gas can who lit a smoke

Officers could smell gasoline and anxious about a deadly combustion when the man allegedly made of show of pulling out a cigarette, Lt. Fred Lopez told the Daily News. Officers broke the van's windows and used a fire hose to flush him out of the vehicle. He later bails out his driver's side window with blasting water propelling his exit.

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  • Tracking A March Winter Storm
Tracking A March Winter Storm

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for much of the Northeast from ME down to Washington, D.C., with snow expected to begin late Monday night and finish as late as Wednesday. It says 12 to 18 inches of snow could accumulate, and winds are expected to be 15 to 25 miles per hour with gusts up to 45 miles per hour . Tue...

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  • Texas Rep. Introduces $100 Masturbation Fine to Troll Anti-Choice Legislators
Texas Rep. Introduces $100 Masturbation Fine to Troll Anti-Choice Legislators

Andrews. Masturbation outside of those facilities or outside a vagina would result in a $100 dollar fine and "be considered an act against an unborn child, and failing to preserve the sanctity of life". Farrar's intention, of course, is not to get the bill passed but to open up a debate about the increasing abortion restrictions in her state. "A ...

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  • John Oliver Compares GOP Healthcare Plan to 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Sequel
John Oliver Compares GOP Healthcare Plan to 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Sequel

He then discussed the negative reaction the bill has already encountered, even from many Republicans. "Yes, much like the life behind Melania Trump eyes, the AHCA looked "dead on arrival" by the time it was introduced", remarked Oliver after playing the interviews.

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  • April the giraffe 'in great condition' as baby watch continues
April the giraffe 'in great condition' as baby watch continues

The baby of April the giraffe was caught moving inside her belly by the NY live feed cam set up by the zoo. It was observed by the vets that April's appetite has been good and her unborn calf again showed movement inside her belly on March 12.

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  • Moose Runs Past Snowboarders at Breckenridge Ski Area
Moose Runs Past Snowboarders at Breckenridge Ski Area

Luther had a lucky escape, as Colorado Parks and Wildlife told NBC 9 News that the moose, which they believe was female, was agitated. Breckenridge Ski Report said no one was injured in the incident. Moose, which are territorial, are one of the most unsafe animals in the wild, and they can run up to 35 miles per hour, says National Geograp...

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  • With Obamacare replacement proposal, Republicans feel history repeating
With Obamacare replacement proposal, Republicans feel history repeating

Fundamentally, Democrats and Republicans disagree over the role of government in health care, reflecting the debate over the role of government that is part of the history of the country, she said . An initial Republican replacement for the Affordable Care Act was formally introduced in the House of Representatives on Monday. But the AHCA would do...

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  • March Madness 2017: UCLA Gets the Number 3 Seed in the South
March Madness 2017: UCLA Gets the Number 3 Seed in the South

UCLA has also won nine of its past 10 games. Part of the Ducks' fall to a No. 3 seed has to do with a season-ending injury to star center Chris Boucher, who tore his ACL in a Pac-12 semifinal matchup with Cal. USC got the 11th seed and will open play in the NCAA men's basketball tournament Wednesday against Providence in Dayton, Ohio. Pacific. Th...

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  • Republicans propose a ruinous plan to replace the ACA
Republicans propose a ruinous plan to replace the ACA

Last week, the Brookings Institute estimated that 15 million people will lose coverage under the GOP plan. They didn't. They put together a bill, as Ezra Klein points out, that has no idea what it's trying to accomplish other than to be a bill that wouldn't be Obamacare.

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  • BJP's Win In Key State Uttar Pradesh To Push Reforms: India Inc
BJP's Win In Key State Uttar Pradesh To Push Reforms: India Inc

The scale of the Bharatiya Janata Party's victory suggested that it had bridged such caste allegiances, some experts said , although it had yet to cross religious lines to attract large numbers of Muslims. The Prime minister said the support of youths very gladdening. So even though the two parties (along with Congress, the fading national party a...

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  • Trump's jobs triumph means Fed could raise interest rates
Trump's jobs triumph means Fed could raise interest rates

Hourly wages rose by 2.8 percent from a year earlier. For the Federal Reserve, one of the key issues is that the continued jobs growth is likely in time to contribute to higher wages and price rises. But there's been no signifiant jumps in business or consumer spending - even in the wake of Donald Trump's November 8 presidential win that gave the...

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  • Pat Cummins will do well in India: Craig McDermott
Pat Cummins will do well in India: Craig McDermott

Smith and Kohli both have a long list of grievances to air, with tensions between Australia and India bubbling over throughout the second Test and its acrimonious aftermath. Lyon, who took 8-50 in India's first innings in Bangalore, had no hesitation in pushing Kohli's buttons with comments the firebrand will nearly certainly take exception t...

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  • Turkey-Dutch relations take dip after Turkish visits banned
Turkey-Dutch relations take dip after Turkish visits banned

Those accusations followed a decision not to allow a plane carrying another Turkish minister to land. Family and Social Policies Minister Fatma Betul Sayan Kaya had arrived in the country from Germany but was prevented from entering Turkey's diplomatic compound in Rotterdam, setting up an extraordinary stand-off with armed police.

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  • Meet the world's best animal nanny and his three adopted tiger cubs
Meet the world's best animal nanny and his three adopted tiger cubs

Blakely also keeps order and shows the now five-week-old female cubs the ropes. He's also helped out with baby cheetahs , wallabies, skunks and many others. "He's more than just a large, warm pillow for the cubs", Dawn Strasser, head of Cincinnati Zoo's nursery staff, said in a news release. 'So, that's Blakely's job.

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  • Obama won: GOP health-care bill proves it
Obama won: GOP health-care bill proves it

The Bill would replace Obamacare's income-based subsidies with a system of fixed tax credits to help people buy private insurance on the open market, while ditching the Obamacare expansion of the Medicaid insurance programme for the poor.

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  • 'Isn't it ironic': Pauline Hanson's WA senator hospitalised with measles
'Isn't it ironic': Pauline Hanson's WA senator hospitalised with measles

Early results indicate the party failed to secure a lower house seat despite intense campaigning. It is a massive disappointment for a party which, during the last WA election it contested in 2001 gained 9.5 percent of the vote. Pressed yesterday on whether the Liberal Party would direct preferences to One Nation as it had done in WA, the Prime M...

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  • Michigan Basketball: Wolverines A No. 7 Seed At Indy
Michigan Basketball: Wolverines A No. 7 Seed At Indy

Upon announcing the bracket, CBS analyst Seth Davis said he is looking forward to watching the second-round matchup between Michigan State and top-seeded Kansas, a statement that did not sit well with the Hurricane faithful gathered at the campus Rathskeller bar for the Selection Sunday watch party.

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  • FDA On Hyland's Teething Products With Poisonous Belladonna: Throw Them Out!
FDA On Hyland's Teething Products With Poisonous Belladonna: Throw Them Out!

FDA said that some tablets had belladonna levels that exceed the amount that is claimed on the label. Homeopathic teething products have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA for safety or efficacy. "We recommend that parents and caregivers not give these homeopathic teething tablets to children..." In an October press release , the compan...

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  • Methuen police arrest man, seize almost $1.2 million of fentanyl
Methuen police arrest man, seize almost $1.2 million of fentanyl

The baby ingested fentanyl , according to the hospital. The young infant had been taken Lawrence General Hospital, where at some point her breathing had come to a stop twice and then was revived. According to figures from 2015, in MA alone there were a reported 754 cases of overdoses linked directly to Fentanyl , which serve as more than half...

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  • Homicide Charges Against Jimmy
Homicide Charges Against Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka Have Been Dropped

PWInsider reports that the murder charges against the WWE Hall of Famer relating to the 1983 death of Argentino have been dropped after Judge Kelly L. The details of her death resurfaced in 2013 after Morning Call investigated the matter and focused on newly discovered evidence at the time. In fact, as what his wife Carole said, "Snuka believe...

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  • One more joins list of singers who won't perform at Trump inauguration
One more joins list of singers who won't perform at Trump inauguration

Only about 215 of the choir's 360 members anticipate participating in the inauguration performance, church officials have told The Salt Lake City Tribune . Mormons opposed Trump's candidacy for president more than any other traditionally conservative religious groups. Some had predicted that low support for Trump among Mormons could lead for a...

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  • Ola, Uber drivers go off road from today
Ola, Uber drivers go off road from today

According to the association president Syed Nizamuddin, there were almost 60,000 cabs operating under Ola and Uber in the city. Those who ventured out in cabs and taxis were forcibly stopped by protesting drivers at many locations in the city.

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  • Original Beatles manager dead at 86
Original Beatles manager dead at 86

Williams played an important role in finding the young Beatles club dates in Liverpool and in Hamburg, Germany, before they started on a long string of hits. "They were a bit posher and more articulate". The band were later driven to Hamburg in Germany in 1960 by Williams and they learned numerous skills that helped them to stardom.

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