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They are lip-syncing to the sounds of Michael Sembello's classic song "Maniac", which featured in a similar sequence in the movie Flashdance , and there's an appearance from their grumpy manager Sam, played by comedian Marc Maron . "MeToo and Times's Up are things people have been saying behind closed doors for a long time in our industry", Brie said at the event, as per Deadline .
  • AP family claims Surat girl to be daughter

    AP family claims Surat girl to be daughter

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    A man from Andhra Pradesh approached the Surat police claiming that the minor girl, whose body was found in the city on April 6, might be his missing daughter. Surat Civil Hospital's Forensic Sciences Laboratory head Ganesh Govekar said: "The girl's body had 86 injury marks including some on her private parts.
  • Demos against rape and murder of minor girl continue in IOK

    Demos against rape and murder of minor girl continue in IOK

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    The accused were presented before the court which was packed with lawyers and heavy posse of policemen. According to an NDTV report one of the accused, Deepak Khajuria , has also said that the Crime Branch forced them to make confessions and hence he wants to undergo a narco test.
  • New self-injected drug could reduce migraines

    New self-injected drug could reduce migraines

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    Out of the 250 people treated with erenumab , it halved the amount of headaches in nearly 30% of the participants. Amgen and Novartis' closely watched experimental migraine therapy Aimovig has impressed again in late stage trials, this time hitting targets in patients for which other preventative treatments failed to work or weren't tolerated.
  • Coffee is Not Harmful To People With Irregular Heart Rhythms

    Coffee is Not Harmful To People With Irregular Heart Rhythms

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    Caffeine also blocks adenosine , a chemical that can trigger atrial fibrillation , Kistler explained. The American College of Cardiology meta-study took a look at a number of previous papers on the effect of caffeine on heart arrhythmias and cardiovascular health.
  • Theresa May 'deeply regrets' UK's colonial anti-gay laws

    Theresa May 'deeply regrets' UK's colonial anti-gay laws

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    She said, "Across the world, discriminatory laws made many years ago, continue to affect the lives of many people tens of millions of young people". India is among some 36 countries in the Commonwealth where same-sex relations face criminal charges.
  • No Life Was Lost In Shiites' Protest In Abuja

    No Life Was Lost In Shiites' Protest In Abuja

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    The clash happened after the protesters stormed the Institute For Peace and Conflict Resolution Abuja , in Abogo Largema a Central business district area in Abuja. Some of them were recorded on video attacking a Police anti-riot van after it sprayed the mob with water from mounted canons. "This was a needless resort to violence by Nigerian police against a group of unarmed protestors".
  • UN Yemen Envoy: Missiles Launched at Saudi Arabia Hinder Peace

    UN Yemen Envoy: Missiles Launched at Saudi Arabia Hinder Peace

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    Saudi Arabia in March 2015 launched a coalition of Arab states fighting to roll back Houthi rebels in Yemen and restore the country's internationally-recognised government to power. Griffiths said military confrontation and airstrikes have continued in many parts of Yemen, with "disturbing reports " of civilian casualties. Griffiths cited the firing of ballistic missiles against Saudi Arabia, intensified military operations in northwestern Saada governorate, ongoing air raids and movements ...
  • Chopped romaine lettuce sickens 9 in Pa., 7 in NJ

    Chopped romaine lettuce sickens 9 in Pa., 7 in NJ

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    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , authorities have identified an additional 35 cases, including 22 hospitalizations, in 11 states. However, a Pennsylvania food-manufacturing company last week voluntarily recalled more than 8,700 pounds of ready-to-eat salad kits after learning from its romaine lettuce supplier that contamination with E.
  • New Yorkers' Nightmare: City Mice Are Carrying Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

    New Yorkers' Nightmare: City Mice Are Carrying Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

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    In the vicious cycle of resistance , antibiotics kill some bacteria, but some of the fast-growing microbes evolve and find ways to protect themselves against the drugs. But Lipkin said that the study should encourage health officials and clinicians to consider investigating the possibility that mice are culprits in additional kinds of human infections.
  • Anfield to host Brazil v Croatia in World Cup warm-up

    Anfield to host Brazil v Croatia in World Cup warm-up

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    BC-SOC-Brazil-Croatia, 105Brazil vs Croatia at Anfield in World Cup warmup in JuneEds: APNewsNow. He added: "I'm trying to come back better that I was". Brazil were then embarrassed 7-1 by Germany in the last four, but Pele believes that with Neymar fully fit they could go all the way to the final this time around.
  • Why Investors willing to pay more for Merck & Co., Inc. (MRK)

    Why Investors willing to pay more for Merck & Co., Inc. (MRK)

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    It was reported on April, 17 by Barchart.com. Compton Capital Management Inc decreased its stake in General Electric Co (GE) by 47.98% based on its latest 2017Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. As per Friday, September 29, the company rating was maintained by Loop Capital Markets. (NYSE: MRK ) rating on Wednesday , February 7. Piper Jaffray maintained the stock with "Buy" rating in Wednesday , February 14 report.
  • 4 baboons at Texas research center back after brief escape

    4 baboons at Texas research center back after brief escape

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    The centre's 1,400 baboons have access to a walled enclosure containing a selection of "enrichment tools" to keep them stimulated, including 55-gallon barrels. The animal capture team, per protocol, was wearing personal protective equipment for the safety of the animals, as they are susceptible to human illnesses.
  • IMO agreement poses threat to LNG as marine fuel

    IMO agreement poses threat to LNG as marine fuel

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    Addressing the plenary, IMO Secretary General Kitack Lim stressed that, though the agreement may not be flawless, it sent a clear signal to the shipping industry . There was limited opposition to the deal with Saudi Arabia and the United States expressing reservations. So this decision puts shipping on a promising track.
  • US, Britain and France launch 'precision airstrikes' on Syria

    US, Britain and France launch 'precision airstrikes' on Syria

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    The comments were his first since the US, Britain, and France launched more than a hundred missiles against sites linked to his regime's chemical and biological warfare operations. The attack was roughly double the size of the US strike a year ago on a Syrian air base, which was also in response to a chemical attack. Trump said, (quote) "Russia must decide if it will continue down this dark path", slamming his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin , who said in 2013 that Moscow had guaranteed ...
  • Too Much Sitting Is Bad For Your Memory, Study Says

    Too Much Sitting Is Bad For Your Memory, Study Says

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    Prolonged sitting can diminish part of your brain responsible for storing memories , according to a new study. "Thus, the finding that more sedentary time is associated with less thickness in MTL is clinically relevant", the authors wrote, adding that this behavior may be "a possible target for interventions created to improve brain health" for adults who were middle-aged and older adults.
  • Murder trial delayed to 2019

    Murder trial delayed to 2019

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    As officials knew of no instance in which a sufferer could testify in her or his very own murder 30, Franklin County Judge man Reece called it an extravagant position. The District Court presided over by Mr Ebenezer Kweku Ansah said after listening to prosecution, that the two accused ought to explain how they came by the grenades from Russian Federation.
  • Vikings, Eric Kendricks Agree to 5-Year, $50 Million Extension

    Vikings, Eric Kendricks Agree to 5-Year, $50 Million Extension

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    Kendricks has one year left on his rookie contract. Kendricks has been a key piece of Mike Zimmer's dominant defense since he got here and was set to become an unrestricted free agent after the 2018 season. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The UCLA product has 367 combined tackles, 16 passes defensed, 7.5 sacks, two interceptions, two touchdowns, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in 45 career appearances.
  • Twitter reacts to 'disappointing' Commonwealth Games closing ceremony

    Twitter reacts to 'disappointing' Commonwealth Games closing ceremony

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    During the entire blunder, the marching athletes , including the flag-bearers of various countries, were seen leaving the stadium while the closing speeches were still in progress. "The people who have been critical are also justified", Beattie said. Beattie said organisers had meant to spare athletes a long wait before entering the venue but had got the broadcasting decision wrong.
  • Promising Hope For Lung Cancer Patients

    Promising Hope For Lung Cancer Patients

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    Gandhi wondered, Would using immunotherapy earlier in treatment, alongside chemotherapy, do more for patients? In one study, adding Keytruda to standard chemotherapy cut the risk of death in half for patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer.
  • Kendrick Lamar wins Pulitzer Prize, underscoring Grammys' latest big mistake

    Kendrick Lamar wins Pulitzer Prize, underscoring Grammys' latest big mistake

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    Organisers said it offered "affecting vignettes capturing the complexity of modern African-American life". Lamar is known for his piercing lyrics, political statements and his fired-up (sometimes literally) performances. Many were (rightfully) shocked when Lamar's universally acclaimed " DAMN ." was bested for the 2018 Grammy for album of the year by Bruno Mars' incredibly popular, and equally mediocre, "24 Magic".
  • Ian Somerhalder Is Set To Star In A New Vampire Series

    Ian Somerhalder Is Set To Star In A New Vampire Series

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    Here's a synopsis: V-Wars revolves around Dr. Luther Swann ( Somerhalder ), who enters a world of horror when a mysterious disease transforms his best friend, Michael Fayne, into a murderous predator who feeds on other humans. That company, as well as the drama's original writer and producers Circle of Confusion are no longer attached. The role marks Somerhalder's latest major role in a vampire drama.
  • MI included in multi-state E. coli outbreak linked to contaminated romaine

    MI included in multi-state E. coli outbreak linked to contaminated romaine

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    Sixty-nine percent of ill people are female. This is a different E. coli O157:H7 HUS outbreak from the E. coli outbreak that took place from November to December 2017. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said that chopped romaine lettuce from Yuma, Arizona could be tainted with E. coli O157:H7, which could make people sick.
  • Trans Mountain 'will be built,' Trudeau says after meeting with Horgan, Notley

    Trans Mountain 'will be built,' Trudeau says after meeting with Horgan, Notley

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    Kinder Morgan suspended all "non-essential" work on the project last Sunday, saying that it couldn't justify the cost of continuing construction as B.C.'s government fought the pipeline in court. President Donald Trump, who has tied himself closely to the oil and gas industry. The regulatory process for the line has taken longer than expected as regulators in Minnesota take a closer look at the project's necessity and safety details, but a final decision from the state could come in June.
  • PM Modi to embark on 5-day visit to UK, Sweden today

    PM Modi to embark on 5-day visit to UK, Sweden today

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    Modi said the Dalit icon was instrumental in getting people from backward classes their rights. . This is an insult to their sacrifice, Modi said. Unlike in 2015, when Modi had the advantage of a strongly supportive British Prime Minister in David Cameron, and when problems in the implementation of measures such as GST and demonetisation were yet to take place, this time around there has been much greater resonance to criticism of the PM.
  • IPL 2018: Rain free Kolkata to host KKR vs SRH clash

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    Bhuvneshwar returned from injury to spearhead the intimidating Sunrisers Hyderabad bowling attack and immediately made an impact as he picked up the early wicket of Robin Uthappa. "( Andre) Russell bowling some good pace and that's a very good sign for us. Earlier, Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc was ruled out ahead of the tournament due to a calf injury.
  • De Bruyne lauds mentally tough City after slaying Spurs

    De Bruyne lauds mentally tough City after slaying Spurs

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    As usual, City controlled the possession of the game as they claim 71% of the possession as early as the sixth minute - just like they had done in their defeats to Manchester United and Liverpool barely a week ago. Of course, that result only delays their inevitable march to the Premier League title, but it was a remarkable collapse. Kane is in a stiff competition with Salah for the Premier League golden boot, with the England striker having 25 goals to his name this season behind ...
  • Saudi king announces $150 million for East Jerusalem

    Saudi king announces $150 million for East Jerusalem

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    Seemingly starstruck, the US President told Saudi Arabia's next leader: "You are more than the crown prince now". Saudi Arabia, a long-time ally of the US, had also declared their support for Saturday's strikes on Syria by the US, UK and France, although the king did not mention this during his speech.
  • Inzamam announces 'strong batting' Test squad for England-Ireland tour

    Inzamam announces 'strong batting' Test squad for England-Ireland tour

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    Faheem Ashraf, the uncapped all-rounder, was also included in the Test squad on the back of some impressive performances in the shorter formats of the game. The 22-year-old - who made his ODI debut last year - earned a call-up for the tour of Ireland and England next month. "If we look at his numbers (of wickets) for the last two years, he has more wickets than any other bowler for Pakistan".
  • Russian programme 'tested nerve agents with door handles'

    Russian programme 'tested nerve agents with door handles'

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    In a letter to the head of Nato, Sir Mark Sedwill also said that Moscow had an assassination programme based around nerve agents that included attacking a victim by smearing poison on a door handle. 'So far, we doubt it much. The UK continues to deny Russian Federation information about the whereabouts of Sergey Skripal's daughter and her state of health.
  • EPS for Apple Inc. (AAPL) Expected At $2.71 on May, 1

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    Matthew 25 Management Corp who had been investing in Facebook Inc. for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $477.93 billion market cap company. (NASDAQ: AAPL ) on Friday, January 5. On Thursday, October 27 the stock rating was downgraded by Hilliard Lyons to "Long-Term Buy". The firm has "Buy" rating by Canaccord Genuity given on Friday, February 2.
  • 15-Year-Old Stabbed a Man at a House Party

    15-Year-Old Stabbed a Man at a House Party

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    He was transported to hospital in unstable condition and has since been upgraded to stable. She was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital for treatment. A third person allegedly intervened and got into a fight with the victim, who was stabbed in the upper body.
  • Bathroom hand dryers are blasting your hands with poo particles

    Bathroom hand dryers are blasting your hands with poo particles

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    After having sucked in these microbes, the dryers reject them again - and in abundance - according to a recent study. According to Science Alert , the findings were troubling enough for Setlow to avoid bathroom hand dryers going forward, and for the University of CT to offer paper towels for those who aren't comfortable using dryers.
  • Buhari commended for declaring to seek re-election

    Buhari commended for declaring to seek re-election

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    He purported that the President declaring his intention to seek a re-election at this time would have an effect on the nation, stressing that Nigeria does not have a system that can run on its own if its president is campaigning. "We have cut the importation of rice by about 90%, saving billions of dollars in the process". Fellow Nigerians will be interested to learn from the debate whether the APC, as a party, would risk losing power back to the People's Democratic Party (PDP) or whether the ...
  • AB de Villiers Says he Likes Batting With Virat Kohli

    AB de Villiers Says he Likes Batting With Virat Kohli

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    However, the recent dismissal of Virat Kohli by the ace spinner has received applause from all over. She was even spotted chatting to Preity Zinta , owner of the rival team. Against Kings XI, RCB were chasing a total of 156 runs and achieved it with four wickets and three balls remaining. While Anushka is standing at the stand, Virat is seen calling her on the phone from a stand next to it.
  • Girls lacrosse roundup: Threatt, Kakuk lead Old Mill over North County

    Girls lacrosse roundup: Threatt, Kakuk lead Old Mill over North County

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    Tower Hill claimed the first three face-offs of the game and converted that momentum into a 4-2 lead with 2:43 to go in the opening quarter, but they would only manage one even-strength goal the rest of the way. The game saw two more ties as the teams traded goals to begin the second half. Friends scored 6 of the last 7 goals of the half, as River Harper put together a hat trick, and McNeill had a goal and two assists.
  • March for Science returns to Raleigh with message for Trump

    March for Science returns to Raleigh with message for Trump

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    Locals say this is a march is to bring awareness about the subject and also holding elected officials responsible when implementing policy without looking at the facts. Although there weren't as many people at the march as there were a year ago, those in attendance say that's why it was so important for them to come.
  • Russia calls an emergency session to discuss strikes on Syria

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    Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, the director of the Joint Staff at the Pentagon. The Syrian state has denied that its forces launched a chemical attack and accused rebels of fabricating reports of the attack in order to drum up global support for its fight against the regime.
  • Israel, Turkey, Canada: US-led strikes on Syria 'justified'

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    US President Donald Trump announced early on Saturday the military action from the White House late on Friday. Britain and France joined the United States in the strikes in a coordinated operation that was meant to show Western resolve in the face of what the leaders of the three nations called persistent violations of worldwide law.