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Medical Garrison Keillor says he's been fired for alleged improper behavior
Author: 0 Garrison Keillor says he's been fired for alleged improper behavior

Writer Garrison Keillor attends the Norman Mailer Center 4th Annual Benefit Gala on October 4, 2012 in New York City. Local fallout to the allegations of inappropriate behavior by former "A Prairie Home Companion " host Garrison Keillor: His Pittsfield show was canceled Wednesday night, just hours before he was supposed to perform.

Medical US Q3 GDP revised up more than expected
Author: 0 US Q3 GDP revised up more than expected

The GDP estimate released Wednesday, called the “second estimate, ” is based on more complete source data than were available for the "advance" estimate issued last month. Wednesday's report also confirmed the fact that US economy had expanded above 3 percent in back-to-back quarters for the first time since 2014. Excluding inventory investment, the economy grew at a 2.5% rate.

Medical Nigerian Migrants Stranded In Libya Return Home
Author: 0 Nigerian Migrants Stranded In Libya Return Home

The men were bought to work as farmhands. Several world leaders spoke out as well. The video footage was originally shown earlier this month in an exclusive CNN report named "People for sale" where journalists investigated a slave auction taking place in Libya .

Medical Charlie Austin double helps Southampton win, Everton's misery continues
Author: 0 Charlie Austin double helps Southampton win, Everton's misery continues

Charlie Austin's second-half double, on his return to the Southampton starting line-up, helped to earn his side a 4-1 Premier League win over Everton , whose misery continued on Sunday. "I've never known a team that needs their fans more than our team does at the moment". But a familiar sight ensued for Saints fans as Gylfi Sigurdsson curled in a lovely strike on the stroke of half-time, despite Southampton's typical first-half dominance.

Medical Yeti samples turn out to be bear bits
Author: 0 Yeti samples turn out to be bear bits

The Yeti, or Abominable Snowman, is supposed to wander the Himalayas on two feet , staying mostly out of sight. In a sense, they got one thing right. Sykes and co-authors, however, have continued to maintain that their Himalayan samples must be from an unknown type of bear. Throughout the 20th century, fascination in the West - notably in the United States and Britain - with the Yeti legend remained intense.

Author: 0 Viagra made available over the counter at United Kingdom pharmacies

Viagra will be available over the counter in pharmacies across Britain from the spring of next year . Its investigators have have seized more than £50m of unlicensed and counterfeit medicines for impotence over the past five years. The MRHA made the decision to deregulate the drug after a public consultation, and said it hoped the rule change would reduce the number of people buying counterfeit versions of the drug, which can be unsafe.

Medical Scarlet fever cases rise, leaving researchers baffled
Author: 0 Scarlet fever cases rise, leaving researchers baffled

Data for 2017 suggests the rate may be falling, but experts remain cautious, saying it is "too early to tell". Identified by a bright red rash that looks and feels like sandpaper, scarlet fever is a highly contagious disease caused by the same bacteria behind strep throat, group A Streptococcus pyogenes.

Medical Supreme Court Won't Review 2 Gun Rights Cases
Author: 0 Supreme Court Won't Review 2 Gun Rights Cases

On February 26, 2017, Breitbart News reported that the United States Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit "upheld Maryland's "assault weapons" ban by ruling that AR-15s have a close enough resemblance to weapons of war to be treated like weapons of war".

Author: 0 Bacteria Found on Hull of International Space Station

NASA has also yet to chime in about the apparent extra-terrestrial bacteria from outer space hanging out on the surface of the ISS that Shkapkerov claims to have knowledge of. "They are being studied so far and it seems that they pose no danger", the Russian astronaut said. Bacteria have previously been found on the ISS during the station's "Test" and "Biorisk" experiments.

Medical Steam rocket man's flat-Earth flight grounded — Surprise
Author: 0 Steam rocket man's flat-Earth flight grounded — Surprise

He explained that the Bureau of Land Management told him he could not launch his rocket as planned on weekend despite that the federal agency already gave him verbal permission more than a year ago pending the Federal Aviation Administration's approval.

Medical Flight of slaps at IGI airport as woman denied boarding
Author: 0 Flight of slaps at IGI airport as woman denied boarding

An investigation has been ordered in the matter. The norms stipulate that a passenger is supposed to arrive at least 45 minutes before the departure of the flight. Mr. Bhatia said that both women were then taken to Safdarjung Hospital for medical examination where the nature of injury was found to be non-serious.

Medical FDA warns against giving dogs
Author: 0 FDA warns against giving dogs "bone treats" following reports of

That's the warning from the US Food and Drug Administration after it received about 68 reports of dog illnesses tied to such treats. The treats also may have preservatives, seasonings or other flavorings added. However, it isn't just the commercialized bone treats that cause problems, the FDA warns. Dog owners may want to get their pets gifts this holiday season, but you probably don't want to literally "throw them a bone".

Medical Aung San Suu Kyi stripped of Freedom of Oxford over Rohingya violence
Author: 0 Aung San Suu Kyi stripped of Freedom of Oxford over Rohingya violence

Suu Kyi graduated from Oxford University's St Hugh's College in 1967. Many in Myanmar refuse to recognize the name Rohingya , preferring to call them "Bengalis" to suggest they belong in neighbouring Bangladesh. Peace can only be achieved through "justice and a respect for human rights", he said in an speech that also called for "respect for each ethnic group and its identity".

Medical Pennsylvania mom charged after newborn found dead under porch
Author: 0 Pennsylvania mom charged after newborn found dead under porch

Court documents allege Robinson never sought medical attention or went to the police because she was scared. "The homeowner was out preparing wiring for some decorative lighting and came across the bag in which he discovered a baby", Pennsylvania State Police Lt.

Medical Battle for Control of Consumer Agency Heads to Court
Author: 0 Battle for Control of Consumer Agency Heads to Court

As director, Cordray was able to extract billions of dollars in settlements from banks, debt collectors and other financial services companies for wrongdoing. He pushed back against Trump's assertions that the White House had the authority to appoint an interim director without Congressional approval, saying the CFPB was formed with an eye towards autonomy.

Medical Want to work with Aamir Khan, says Manushi Chhillar
Author: 0 Want to work with Aamir Khan, says Manushi Chhillar

Prior to Manushi, Indian beauties Rita Faria, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Diana Hayden Yukta Mookhi and Priyanka Chopra have also brought home the crown and proved that beauty with brains is not a rare package in India. In the actresses, my favourite is Priyanka Chopra", she told reporters here". She was greeted at the global airport in Mumbai with numerous fans chanting "India, India" as they held up Indian flags and posters of Manushi.

Medical Texas A&M Head Football Coach Kevin Sumlin Fired
Author: 0 Texas A&M Head Football Coach Kevin Sumlin Fired

Chairman Charles Schwartz has called a Special Meeting of the Texas A&M University System's Board of Regents to convene at 2:30 p.m. on November 30, in the Board of Regents Meeting Room, Board of Regents Annex. On behalf of Aggies everywhere, my thanks to Kevin and his family for his service to Texas A&M. Sumlin has been a victor at every stop, his career coaching mark stands at 86-43 and he's had only one losing season in his 10 years as a head coach at Houston and Texas A&M.

Medical Mumbai 26/11 attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed moves United Nations to drop 'terrorist' tag
Author: 0 Mumbai 26/11 attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed moves United Nations to drop 'terrorist' tag

Hafiz Saeed was tagged as a global terrorist by the United Nations under the Security Council Resolution Act 1267 in December 2008, aheading the 26/11 Mumbai attacks in which 164 people, including six Americans, were taken life. A White House statement said: "Pakistani government now has an opportunity to demonstrate its seriousness in confronting all forms of terrorism, without distinction, by arresting and charging Hafiz Saeed for his crimes".