• Rams to compensate season ticket holders in St. Louis

    Rams to compensate season ticket holders in St. Louis

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    The franchise's return to the West Coast was met with great enthusiasm, as 24,000 people bought out the allotted 70,000 season tickets before individual game tickets were made available. "I hope the Rams do the right thing and refund these PSL holders their money", says Bruning who says more work has to be done to determine how many fans could be eligible and for how much money.
  • Annalise Fights Back on Next HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER

    Annalise Fights Back on Next HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER

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    And if that's the case, does someone out there know that Annalise was the reason for Frank doing it? On the next episode of ABC's HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER titled " There Are Worse Things Than Murder ", with her job on the line, Annalise fights back against the Middleton University Board.
  • 'Fault in Our Stars' wife, Katie Prager, dies

    'Fault in Our Stars' wife, Katie Prager, dies

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    Katie and Dalton Prager, who both had cystic fibrosis , met on Facebook when they were 18 after Katie saw a picture of Dalton in the hospital, CNN reports. Debra Donovan, Katie's mother, posted on Facebook that Katie died surrounded by friends and family. Katie had been in hospice care in her Flemingsburg, Kentucky, home since September 7.
  • Zuckerberg, Chan pledge $3B to end disease

    Zuckerberg, Chan pledge $3B to end disease

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    Priscilla Chan, Facebook CEO Zuckerberg's wife, said in an event in San Francisco on Wednesday. Through their philanthropic organization, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, the commitment includes $600 million to fund a new research center in San Francisco where scientific and medical researchers will work alongside engineers on projects spanning years or even decades.
  • Shell fired by Islamic State forces tested for mustard agent

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    The shell was categorized by officials as either a rocket or artillery shell. Iraqi ear, nose and throat doctor Siruwan al-Mosuli, told al-Monitor news website ISIS had hired foreign doctors in 2014 to oversee an extensive organ trafficking system based from the captured city of Mosul, in norther Iraq.
  • Twitter Rolls Out Big Changes To 140-Character Limit

    Twitter Rolls Out Big Changes To 140-Character Limit

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    We heard last week that today could be the day for the changes to be implemented, and that turned out to be correct. Same thing goes for Quote Tweets , GIFs, and other things that are now exempt from the character limit. Photos, for example, used to take up 24 additional characters. With co-founder Jack Dorsey now almost one year into his tenure back as CEO, the company has begun rolling out several major initiatives meant to help bring more users-and by virtue, revenue growth-to the ...
  • Doctor declares Trump running mate Pence to be healthy

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    Donald Trump's running mate Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is sharing his doctor's positive medical evaluation. Hillary Clinton, the Democratic candidate in the November 8 presidential election, and her running mate, Tim Kaine, also released medical information this week.
  • Harry Kane:

    Harry Kane: "I'll never lose my confidence in front of goal"

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    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino benefited from a harsh reality check during his own playing career and has suggested some of his current squad are in need of similar treatment. Sunderland were then reduced to 10 men for the final moments of the game, Januzaj receiving his second yellow card for a foul on Ben Davies to cap a tough afternoon for Moyes & Co.
  • Titans rally to beat Lions 16-15 on Mariota's 2nd TD pass

    Titans rally to beat Lions 16-15 on Mariota's 2nd TD pass

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    Ford Field is going to be rowdy in this home opener as they cheer the team on to a 2-0 start of the season with divisional play right around the corner. Sharpe also accumulated 76 receiving yards for a 10.9 yards per catch average. What happened next is bound to get replayed for weeks to come. If he can maintain that sort of play the Titans will have a chance anywhere they go.
  • Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers: Week 2 Game Preview

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    The Steelers have the edge at home, where they've gone 6-2 in each of the past two seasons, and it'll be hard for any team to keep them below 30 points on a weekly basis. "I think coach (Tomlin) will let you know what the doctor said, but my knee is feeling a lot better and I feel like I should be ready to go", Shazier said.
  • Frenchwoman who received world's 1st face transplant dies

    Frenchwoman who received world's 1st face transplant dies

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    There have been almost 40 face transplant surgeries around the world since 2005, including one previous year in NY that was the first to include a scalp and functioning eyelids. After the transplant, Isabelle had to take a strong immunosuppressant drug that helped with the rejection problem and kept her face working correctly.
  • Sanders: Vote third-party down ballot

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    Bernie Sanders is hitting the campaign trail this weekend in an attempt to keep his young, progressive supporters from inadvertently helping elect Donald Trump as president of the United States. The full report can be viewed online here. Tickets to either event, including another in Canton, are available online at http://hrc.io/2d1wOVw for the Akron stop, http://hrc.io/2cAmWnr for the Kent stop and http://hrc.io/2cbhROF for the Canton stop.
  • Myanmar loses sanctions but keeps United States influence

    Myanmar loses sanctions but keeps United States influence

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    White House spokesman Josh Earnest pushed back on the notion the US was undercutting its leverage over Myanmar on human rights and constitutional reforms by lifting sanctions. After talks with Obama, Suu Kyi took part in a coveted Oval Office grip-and-grin photo shoot. Suu Kyi applauded the decision, inviting American companies and investors to come to her country and "make profits".
  • Cascade City-County Health Department is hosting 2 flu shot clinics

    Cascade City-County Health Department is hosting 2 flu shot clinics

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    Additionally, pregnant women and women trying to become pregnant during flu season should get it as should healthcare workers and caregivers for those who are at high risk. According to these new guidelines, people with a history of hives alone after exposure to eggs should receive the flu vaccine. Once we find out why it didn't work, there can certainly be changes made so that the nasal spray flu vaccine can have equivalent efficacy again.
  • Bill Clinton to leave board of foundation health project

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    Rose asked Clinton if the missus was simply dehydrated when she collapsed at the 9/11 memorial ceremony on Sunday. "Because frequently - well, not frequently , rarely - but on more than one occasion , over the last many, many years, the same sort of thing happened to her when she got severely dehydrated", he said.
  • Ohio boy seen in car with passed-out adults gets new home

    Ohio boy seen in car with passed-out adults gets new home

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    On September 8, the city of East Liverpool, Ohio released disturbing photos of a man and a woman passed out in the front of a vehicle, allegedly due to a heroin overdose. Pasek was raising the boy because her own troubled son and his girlfriend couldn't manage, a family member told NBC. Pasek was already unconscious and turning blue, the police report states.
  • Utah Zika case remains a mystery — CDC

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    Although it's perplexing that no one else developed an infection, officials say it's hard for a retrospective investigation to fully capture all aspects of the son's exposure. Patient A, as he is known in the CDC's report, did not have sex with an infected person, nor did he travel to a region where Zika is circulating. As of now, public health experts say it's unlikely, but admit they can not explain how the person in Utah with no risk factors got the virus.
  • Dust in homes contains dangerous chemicals

    Dust in homes contains dangerous chemicals

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    The team found that phthalates, a class of chemicals commonly used to soften plastic, represented the highest concentrations in dust particles and were among the highest in terms of exposure to children. But for the rest of us, new research has found that the seemingly innocuous powder that takes to our homes in the form of house dust is packed with hazardous chemicals coming from everyday products.
  • Student dies of brain infection linked to Maryland

    Student dies of brain infection linked to Maryland

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    Carol Smith . Kerry passed away on August 31 at HealthAlliance Hospital's Broadway Campus in Kingston, N.Y. The Daily Freeman reports that Dr. Carol Smith , health commissioner in Ulster County, New York, says officials there confirmed that Stoutenburgh's death on August 31 was caused by the Naegleria fowleri amoeba.
  • Investigators find another superbug case in the US

    Investigators find another superbug case in the US

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    An investigation by state and federal health officials found that the strain of E. coli is not what made her sick. The superbug that has reared its head as of late is baffling doctors, though now researchers are insisting that it doesn't seem to be spreading...
  • Trump condemns Clinton's 'deplorables' label on his backers

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    In the first joint candidate event of the 2016 general election, presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will take questions on national security, military affairs and veterans' issues. During the 2008 Democratic primary, then-Sen. Trump often veered from his prepared speech Friday, offering more provocative declarations of his platform and regularly receiving extended cheers.
  • Brock Osweiler overcomes tough start to lead Texans to win over Bears

    Brock Osweiler overcomes tough start to lead Texans to win over Bears

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    He led Houston in tackles last season with 110. But Chicago then got a touchdown before the half, a 19-yard catch by Eddie Royal from Jay Cutler , to put the Bears up 14-10 at halftime. Osweiler, who signed a big four-year, $72 million contract with the Texans in March, was 23-of-35 for 231 yards with two touchdowns and an interception.
  • Apple's iPhone upgrade program: How to turn your 6s into a 7

    Apple's iPhone upgrade program: How to turn your 6s into a 7

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    They're wireless - you don't need to plug them in. While killing the outdated decades-old audio port was the correct choice, understandably, not everyone is ready to invest in Apple's AirPods. Price sits at $39.99 Dollars from Belkin and Apple . They're wireless earbuds that pair with Apple products. So it's an inconvenient solution to a problem many people, like those who travel frequently or drive daily, expressed concern about in the lead up to the iPhone 7 launch.
  • Syrian Crisis: US and Russian Federation agree peace moves

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    Marathon peace talks between the USA and Russian Federation have reportedly produced a sweeping new agreement on Syria, including a nationwide ceasefire and coordinated strikes against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and al Qaeda-affiliated militants.
  • There's finally some action in the stock market again

    There's finally some action in the stock market again

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    The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed almost 400 points, or 2.2%, to end at 18,085, falling 2.2% for the week, while the Nasdaq Composite Index skidded 134 points, or 2.5%, to close at 5,125, bringing its weekly loss to 2.4%. Asian shares slipped and global bonds came under pressure on Friday after the European Central Bank left markets in the dark on what future easing steps it may take, while oil prices jumped on an unexpected drawdown in US stockpile.
  • David 'two brains' Willetts warns PM against grammar schools

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    He told the Guardian that pupils at England's remaining 163 selective state schools were four or five times more likely to have come from independent prep schools than from the most disadvantaged backgrounds. Labour have criticised the reforms and warned the expansion of grammar schools would "entrench inequality and disadvantage". We have got to, if we want to compete with the best in the world, get many more children to achieve well in our schools.
  • DNA hit in an assault was key to solving Minnesota abduction

    DNA hit in an assault was key to solving Minnesota abduction

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    Adding a state murder prosecution might have given more time for a "volatile and unpredictable" Heinrich to change his mind, Luger said, adding that "this was not an opportunity that we could pass up". Heinrich confessed Tuesday to abducting and killing 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling almost. We watched her transform her pain into working to prevent what happened to Jacob from happening to anybody else.
  • High school cheerleader with leukemia honored by football team

    High school cheerleader with leukemia honored by football team

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    The Foothill High School football team in Palo Cedro, California, found that out firsthand - and delivered one emotional, touching gesture. Orange is representative of leukemia awareness . And his coach Joey Brown shared a similar sentiment saying, "We took care of family business, before we took care of business on the field". "We are.
  • Heart Rhythm Disorder May Be Tied to Wider Range of Ills

    Heart Rhythm Disorder May Be Tied to Wider Range of Ills

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    The study, published in the journal BMJ , also found that the risk from health outcomes such as heart failure, heart attack and kidney disease was greater than that of stroke. However with atrial fibrillation, it can be considerably higher than 100 beats per minute. Atrial fibrillation is associated with a wider range of conditions than previously believed, according to a review and meta-analysis published online September 6 in The BMJ .