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Mr. Icahn continued padding his stake after Mr. Tague's hiring and remains a shareholder in the company's spinoff, equipment-rental business Herc Holdings Inc. Declining used-car values also can increase auto companies' expenses on new-car leases. AbbVie Inc. (NYSE:ABBV) announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted Orphan Drug Designation to veliparib, an oral poly (adenosine diphosphate [ADP]-ribose) polymerase (PARP) inhibitor, being investigated in combination ...
  • The world's highest-paid women in music 2016

    The world's highest-paid women in music 2016

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    British "Hello" singer Adele , 28, ranked second on Forbes' list with $80.5 million in earnings, her highest total yet. Taylor Swift celebrated her debut self-titled album's 10th anniversary on October 24, and in her decade since crashing onto the music scene, the singer has ferociously built her empire, with Billboard 200 top-charting albums, a plethora of endorsements and business partnerships, and top-grossing tours, like her most recent 1989 tour , which drew in over $200 million.
  • Men Dropped Out of Male Birth Control Study Because of Mood Swings

    Men Dropped Out of Male Birth Control Study Because of Mood Swings

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    Apparently, no one notified the men, since guys are dropping out of the male birth control study faster than a girl with a heavy flow and a wide set vagina from gym class. Third, laugher is many women's go-to and socially palatable substitute for something many men might really not like, aggression and anger. However, as Bethy Squires recently reported in a history of birth control side effects for Broadly , a US pharmaceutical company released the same formulation anyway.
  • Why You Need a Flu Shot Now

    Why You Need a Flu Shot Now

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    He developed the illness on October 11, checked into a hospital two days later, and died from serious complications in just two weeks. That included an estimated 55 per cent of people aged 65 and over, 30 per cent of those considered medically at risk, and 25 per cent of pregnant women.
  • Hawley calls for safety first on Halloween

    Hawley calls for safety first on Halloween

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    Kids should trick-or-treat in a group if an adult is not present. Take care with costumes bought as you do not know how flame resistant they are. Kids should also never accept rides from people without a parent or guardian's permission. Drive Carefully! Watch for children walking on streets, medians and curbs. If children are excited about reaching every house in the neighborhood to amass a large candy stash, safety experts say kids can quickly forget basic street safety guidelines.
  • Clinton, Michelle hold joint rally

    Clinton, Michelle hold joint rally

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    Obama said, noting that Hillary Clinton is more qualified to be president than either Barack Obama or Bill Clinton were when they entered office. First Lady Michelle Obama speaking during a campaign rally for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Phoenix, Arizona October 20, 2016.
  • Just cancel election, name me victor: Donald Trump

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    Wherever it is, we'll know what the Clinton campaign sees as its final test. " Clinton was made into a racist by Obama, and he's never forgotten it", Trump said in New Hampshire in August 2011, according to The New Hampshire Union Leader.
  • Blake Lively holds Amber Tamblyn's baby bump in new photo

    Blake Lively holds Amber Tamblyn's baby bump in new photo

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    She continued, "I've been thinking about motherhood a lot lately". But if we judge him for his looks, we're no better than him, and it hardly makes the case that doing so is wrong. "Will I get a phone call from my daughter someday, one she never wanted to make?" I have wondered what kind of conversations she's had to have with her daughter about men, or what conversations Hillary's mother had to have with her about boys?.
  • Radioactive seeds are making a big difference in breast cancer surgery

    Radioactive seeds are making a big difference in breast cancer surgery

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    This comic also got serious when it comes to doing what we can as individuals to prevent breast cancer from becoming too powerful. A breast cancer diagnosis can be devastating to our mental and emotional state. She's feeling good and sharing her story in the hopes of help others. In the video, she talks about gifting her staff with Pink Bras. Ultimately though, the decision needs to be made between a woman and her doctor.
  • Travellers heading for Florida warned after Brits contract Zika virus

    Travellers heading for Florida warned after Brits contract Zika virus

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    A pregnant foreign woman has been diagnosed with the mosquito-borne virus in Yangon, the largest city of Mynamar. The authorities indicate that the greatest risk of contracting the virus Zika occurs when traveling in hazardous regions. Most people with Zika have no symptoms. No evidence of the birth of Zika-affected babies had been reported by then. The Summit, with the theme "One Philippines Against Zika", gathered worldwide and local experts to provide updates on the global and ...
  • Experts hope mosquito-borne bacteria can beat the Zika virus

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    Footing the bill are the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle, Washington, the London-based Wellcome Trust and the USA and United Kingdom governments . The new field trials will assess the effectiveness of the method for reducing new cases of Zika and other mosquito-borne diseases. "Zika is a crisis, and it's a crisis in those countries, and it's now rapidly tested at a scale that has significant health impact", he said.
  • West Ham and Chelsea fans clash in the Olympic Stadium

    West Ham and Chelsea fans clash in the Olympic Stadium

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    And on Wednesday at a game between West Ham and London rivals Chelsea it was a case of carnage rather celebration as trouble broke out between sections of the two clubs' fans. Both clubs have since condemned the behaviour and promised to work hand in hand with each other and authorities to identify individuals involved.
  • Apple experiences first turnover drop in 15 years

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    Reduced iPhone sales seem to be one of the main causes for the loss. That would compare to $75.9 billion in January of a year ago. Apple has released its Q4 2016 financials, which mark the third straight quarter of year-on-year revenue declines.
  • Trump and Clinton Go Head to Head Over Abortion

    Trump and Clinton Go Head to Head Over Abortion

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    Although women who are illegally pregnant may be able to pay a fine instead of having an abortion, women who "cannot pay the fine - which can be as much as ten times her annual salary" must have an abortion. To be fair, most Americans don't know many basic facts about abortion - that it's an incredibly safe medical procedure, for instance, or that it doesn't actually require surgical cutting.
  • An Alternative To The EpiPen Is Coming Back To Drugstores

    An Alternative To The EpiPen Is Coming Back To Drugstores

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    Products like Auvi-Q and EpiPen are used to administer a shot of epinephrine to someone having an allergic reaction in order to prevent them from going into anaphylactic shock. It hasn't settled on a price, said Chief Executive Officer Spencer Williamson in a phone interview. Auvi-Q's manufacturer, Kaleo, is a closely held pharmaceutical company.
  • Driver who fled Milwaukee crash that killed 3 surrenders

    Driver who fled Milwaukee crash that killed 3 surrenders

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    A report via the Chicago Tribune told of the 23 year old driver of the Lexus smashing into the Uber initially running away before turning himself in Monday afternoon. Two of the women were pronounced dead at the scene. Cohen was taken to a hospital, where she died of her injuries. "Our thoughts and prayers are with her friends and family at this time".
  • Women's Alcohol Consumption Catches Up to Men's

    Women's Alcohol Consumption Catches Up to Men's

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    Though it's clear that men and women under 30 are drinking more like one another than their parents or grandparents, the study doesn't account for changes in drinking habits over time. It comes as the Government's Public Health (Alcohol) Bill goes before the Seanad tomorrow with the aim of introducing minimum pricing and other measures such as segregation of alcohol in shops.
  • Merck Crushes Q3 Expectations Following Lung Cancer Drug Win

    Merck Crushes Q3 Expectations Following Lung Cancer Drug Win

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    For instance, Bernstein analysts have bumped up their Keytruda outlook for next year by $1 billion and they now expect Keytruda sales of $7.8 billion in 2025, up from $5.35 billion previously. The new indication means that pembrolizumab can serve as an initial treatment, rather than chemotherapy for these patients. The study enrolled patients who had not received systemic chemotherapy treatment for their metastatic disease and whose tumors had high PD-L1 expression (TPS of 50% or more) with ...
  • Uber's courtship of upstate NY continues with free flu shots

    Uber's courtship of upstate NY continues with free flu shots

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    Some of the other cities involved in this flu campaign were Boston, Chicago and Hartford. All you have to do is choose the "Health" option in the Uber app that day between 11:00 a.m. And, finally, pick a spot for a registered Passport Health nurse to come and give the shots. The company used its one-time flu shot offering as a dig at Albany officials who have stymied its attempts to set up shop there.
  • Terrorists attack police training centre in Quetta, 7 cops injured

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    According to reports from IG police on local media, at least three cadets have been taken to hospital after being injured during their escape fro the hostel. Gunfire and explosions could be heard later on, local media reports say. "Our security forces have the capability to combat such attacks and threats", the home minister told reporters.
  • Chinese tech giant recalls webcams used in Dyn cyberattack

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    In an effort to prevent its products from being used in any future attacks, the company has advised all of its customers to update the firmware of their products and to change both their default username and passwords as well. The entire affair is, yet again, another warning that we need to dramatically shore up security of IOT devices lest the next attack, as researcher Bruce Schneier has warned , takes aim at necessary core infrastructure and puts a significant number of lives at risk.
  • Girl Scout Cookie Cereals Set to Hit Store Shelves

    Girl Scout Cookie Cereals Set to Hit Store Shelves

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    The Caramel Crunch flavor appears to be similar to the popular Samoas cookies and there is also Thin Mint cereal, of course. General Mills said the cereal will go on sale nationwide in January, the start of the traditional cookie-selling season.
  • Baby Born Twice In Texas

    Baby Born Twice In Texas

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    When Margaret was four-months pregnant, last January, doctors have revealed that her baby developed a tumor at about the same size with the fetus. "They saw something on the scan, and the doctor came in and told us that there was something seriously wrong with our baby and that she had a sacrococcygeal teratoma ", she said , according to CNN .
  • Massive recycling plant fire burning in Ontario

    Massive recycling plant fire burning in Ontario

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    Firefighters said pallet fires can be extremely hard to battle because the way pallets are constructed keep heat inside, making it nearly water-resistant. Grove Avenue, according to Ontario Fire officials. The enormous cloud of black smoke could be seen for miles around. Aerial footage showed flames spreading to at least one structure and three flatbed pickup trucks.
  • UN appoints Wonder Woman as ambassador

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    The fictional character will be charged with helping to "empower" women and girls worldwide - prompting protests from United Nations staff who have questioned the wisdom of an associated partnership between the intergovernmental organisation and publishing giant DC Comics.
  • Emergency Room Use Stays High In Oregon Medicaid Study

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    The administration expects 3.5 million uninsured people to enroll next year, and 1.1 million more to switch from individual coverage outside the Obamacare exchanges to marketplace plans. She hypothesized about a person who breaks a hip falling in a pothole and requiring care, asking, "Am I responsible for the pothole?" "A patient out-of-network would pay quite a bit more because the insurer has a different rate when they're out-of-network for the similar service".
  • Conservative not happy with Trump's debate abortion answer

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    Whole Women's Health world. Trump's personal feelings about abortion are murky. That decision was upheld in a 5-4 Supreme Court ruling that the handgun ban and "trigger lock" provisions of the ordinance violated the Second Amendment. But protecting children isn't the only reason cited by the 30-page petition filed by the city's government - the city also addressed general violent crime trends and other legal arguments in asking the Supreme Court to hear the case.
  • Chiefs ship RB Davis to Packers for draft pick

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    So too could his recent weight gain , as ESPN reports Lacy, despite averaging 5.1 yards per carry, is back around 255-265-pounds after a dramatic weight loss this offseason. Rodgers is off to a slow start, but the Packers offensive line is thriving at pass protection and the Bears have not had a consistent pass rush since switching to their 3-4 defense.
  • A 'lucky penny' worth $1000 could be hidden in Austin

    A 'lucky penny' worth $1000 could be hidden in Austin

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    They are slightly larger than regular pennies. It says there are a total of 100 Ally Lucky Pennies out there. Ally unveiled the contest Wednesday and said the initiative seeks to demonstrate the importance of valuing every cent, while encouraging Americans to look for opportunities to save.
  • FBI records: Effort to reduce Clinton email classification

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    McCauley acknowledged, "it was a quid pro quo; I don't deny it". FBI records said that Undersecretary of State Patrick Kennedy tried to convince the FBI that one e-mail on Clinton's private server should not be classified 'secret.' In return, one FBI official said, the State Department offered to help the FBI with its request to add agents in Iraq.