"Bomb cyclone" to slam East Coast with more bitterly cold weather

The sharp drop in pressure means the storm is strengthening. It will be most intense over the open ocean near New England, but when it's gone the cold air behind it will flood south. Due to weather conditions, some airlines are allowing passengers to rebook flights without paying a cancellation fee -including American Airlines, Delta Air Lines...

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  • Nikki Haley: We must not let Syrian horrors to happen in Iran
Nikki Haley: We must not let Syrian horrors to happen in Iran

Security Council meeting on Friday that the United States had abused its power as a permanent member of the Council by calling for a meeting on the turmoil in Iran, in which at least 22 people have been killed and over 1,000 arrested. Majority emphasized the need to fully implement the JCPOA and to refrain from interfering in internal affairs of ot...

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  • Jon Gruden has hilarious response to question about Raiders HC job
Jon Gruden has hilarious response to question about Raiders HC job

Gruden still has one broadcast to do for ESPN's coverage of Wild Card weekend, but after that it's expected that he'll be named the Raiders' new coach. Jack Del Rio announced his own firing just moments after the Raiders lost their final game of 2017 to finish at 6-10, and it seems clear owner Mark Davis is hell bent on getting Gruden back.

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  • Maine Officials Warn Of Sharp Uptick In Flu Hospitalizations
Maine Officials Warn Of Sharp Uptick In Flu Hospitalizations

Siiri Bennett says the dominant strain this year - influenza A - is particularly virulent. Professor John Oxford is one of the UK's top experts on influenza and the scientific director for Oxford Media Medicine. That means flu has spread among patients and staff shutting down an entire floor to new admissions. UFC fighter Conor McGregor has...

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  • Hollywood women launch #TimesUp campaign to end sexual harassment
Hollywood women launch #TimesUp campaign to end sexual harassment

The powerful women of Hollywood are fighting back against sexual harassment and abuse - not only in the entertainment industry rocked by misconduct sandals previous year, but also in workplaces across the country. The organisation arose from informal gatherings of women talent agents in Los Angeles who starting meeting after the issue of sexu...

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  • Thick Fog engulfs Delhi-NCR, many trains and flights cancelled
Thick Fog engulfs Delhi-NCR, many trains and flights cancelled

RK Jenamani, Director, IMD, Delhi area and IGI airport has been quoted by PTI as saying, "Runway visibility since 5.30 am has been between 50-75 metres". Take-offs from the IGI Airport require a minimum visibility range of 125 metres. "Dense fog at @Delhi_Airport today #CATIIIB Glad we could land @airindiain AI142 Before time", tweeted Air Indi...

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  • North Korea will not get rid of its nuclear weapons
North Korea will not get rid of its nuclear weapons

As 2018 beckons, the question now is whether the North will conduct more tests until it can confidently deploy its new long-range missile, and whether it will detonate a nuclear weapon over the Pacific to demonstrate once and for all its capabilities.

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  • United Blood Services donations drop as temperatures plummet
United Blood Services donations drop as temperatures plummet

Officials say the holiday season is often a slower time for blood donations with travel, family activities and changes in routines posing challenges to blood collections, especially the last half of December into the new year. A part-time student at the University of Alberta, Valdez said he walked by the clinic at 8249 114th St. and saw a sign urgi...

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  • Flu Season is Coming, Are You Ready?
Flu Season is Coming, Are You Ready?

Starting out 2017, Pennsylvania peaked at almost 8,000 cases in the state. Twenty-five of the confirmed cases in DE stem from the influenza A (H3N2) strain, which officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say has so far been the predominant virus in the USA this season.

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  • New study reveals more pregnant women are using marijuana
New study reveals more pregnant women are using marijuana

A growing number of pregnant women are using marijuana, and the habit is expanding fastest among teens and young adults, a US study suggests. The research published Tuesday involved only certain women in California , according to CNN .

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  • United Kingdom queen laments terror attacks in Christmas message
United Kingdom queen laments terror attacks in Christmas message

London suffered two deadly attacks, while 22 people were killed in a suicide bombing at Manchester Arena where U.S. singer Ariana Grande had been performing. "We think of our homes of places of warmth, familiarity and love, of shared stories and memories which is perhaps why at this time of year so many return to where they grew up", she said.

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  • Pathankot mastermind caught on cam; Pakistan's sham humanity on Kulbhushan exposed
Pathankot mastermind caught on cam; Pakistan's sham humanity on Kulbhushan exposed

Subramanian Swamy, speaking to CNN-News18, said Pakistan should have allowed one-on-one contact to Jadhav's family and the meeting should have been private. The 47-year-old was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court on charges of espionage and terrorism in April, following which India moved the ICJ in May.

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  • Damian Green resigns from Cabinet position
Damian Green resigns from Cabinet position

The pornography was found on his office computer during a police investigation of government leaks. "I apologise that my statements were misleading on this point". "But clearly he did something that was a breach of the ministerial code and that's why Theresa May took the very hard decision that she did". Mr Green, who campaigned for Remain in l...

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  • Virat-Anushka: From fairytale wedding to royal reception
Virat-Anushka: From fairytale wedding to royal reception

Among the dignitaries who graced the ocassion was Prime Minister Narendra Modi who received a personal invitation from the couple a day prior to the reception. At the Delhi reception, Virat looked dapper in a bandhgala sherwani with a printed shawl whereas Anushka wore a red Benarasi saree with heavy statement jewellery and sindoor.

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  • K-pop stars carry Jonghyun's coffin at funeral
K-pop stars carry Jonghyun's coffin at funeral

Chicago has issued an apology after it confused Jonghyun - the deceased member of popular K Pop band SHINee - with BTS' Kim Namjoon, also known as RM. Kim's death sent shockwaves across the lucrative yet ultra-competitive K-pop industry, where stars bemoan a lack of privacy, online bullying and relentless public pressure to maintain a whole...

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  • Kids Are Counting on Congress to Protect Their Health
Kids Are Counting on Congress to Protect Their Health

I am appalled by the Congressional Republican leadership's misplaced priority in pushing thru the Deficit swelling $ 1.4 Trillon Tax Cut bill and not renewing in time, an important program that insures Children - who are the future of our great nation.

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  • Flu season likely to peak in the coming weeks
Flu season likely to peak in the coming weeks

In a new report, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shares that 12 states are experiencing widespread flu activity, up from 7 states the previous week . Vaccines are available at doctor's offices, pharmacies, and local health departments. As I said, I didn't give it all that much thought in the past since it seems to be one...

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  • Ohio Health Department Raises Flu Activity Level To 'Widespread'
Ohio Health Department Raises Flu Activity Level To 'Widespread'

To reach this conclusion, the association reviewed dozens of studies involving thousands of patients with egg allergies who have received a flu shot and did not have allergic reactions - including hundreds with life-threatening egg allergy.

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  • Seasonal flu kills up to 650000 people worldwide every year
Seasonal flu kills up to 650000 people worldwide every year

Up to 650,000 deaths a year are associated with respiratory diseases from seasonal influenza , the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates - that's an increase of up to 30 per cent from a decade ago. "Although the flu numbers from Australia are concerning and bear watching, the implications for the USA are not known at this point". Her adv...

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  • Shashi Kapoor funeral : Bollywood celebrities bids adieu to the evergreen actor
Shashi Kapoor funeral : Bollywood celebrities bids adieu to the evergreen actor

It's poor when it would have taken them seconds to verify. Veteran actor Shashi Kapoor's demise on Monday is being grieved by all Bollywood fans in India as well as outside the country. The BBC News at Ten editor Paul Royall has since apologised for the mistake. "He wrote: "['News At 10'] is is very sorry wrong images were used to mark the ...

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  • Expect a Bad Flu Season
Expect a Bad Flu Season

Flu is a contagious, viral illness that causes mild to severe symptoms that, in rare cases, can lead to death. Experts say that 24 people had to be hospitalized within the last week due to the virus, bringing the total number of hospitalizations to 135.

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  • New study indicates cheese is good for you
New study indicates cheese is good for you

The analysis revealed that people who regularly consumed cheese were up to 18 percent less likely to develop CVD, up to 14 percent less likely to develop CHD, and up to 10 percent less likely to have a stroke, compared with those who had a low cheese intake .

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  • Florida State will name Oregon's Willie Taggart as next head coach
Florida State will name Oregon's Willie Taggart as next head coach

I can confirm that Willie Taggart is leaving to be the next coach at Florida State . " He said coaching this team is his dream job". "Do Something" became his tagline for his first season with the Ducks. While the 41-year-old has a mere 47-50 career record in FBS, it doesn't quite show the job he has done to improve teams from where they were...

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  • Yemen rebel leader Ali Abdullah Saleh seeks dialogue amid escalating violence
Yemen rebel leader Ali Abdullah Saleh seeks dialogue amid escalating violence

Saleh urged an end to "militia rule on Yemeni land", adding that Houthis had continued their "provactive acts against Yemeni citizens". The Houthi allied themselves with the forces loyal to Saleh and have fought a devastating war against forces loyal to Hadi and his foreign backers.

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  • War criminal Slobodan Praljak dies after drinking poison in court
War criminal Slobodan Praljak dies after drinking poison in court

Tribunal spokesman Nenad Golcevski, when asked by AP if he could confirm the death, said: "I have no information to share at this point". Judge Carmel Agius, who had urged the defendant to sit down, put a halt to the hearing as calls were made for an ambulance.

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  • Watford v Manchester United
Watford v Manchester United

Watford have no fresh injuries for the visit of Manchester United . His stock only grew at the weekend as Watford made the trip to the North East to take on Newcastle United , and they certainly humbled The Magpies with goals from Will Hughes, Andre Gray and an own goal from DeAndre Yedlin secured the resounding 3-0 victory at St Jame...

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  • United Nations aid workers return to Yemen on first flight to Sanaa
United Nations aid workers return to Yemen on first flight to Sanaa

The coalition has given clearance for U.N. flights in and out of Sanaa from Amman on Saturday, involving the regular rotation of aid workers, said Jens Laerke, spokesman of the U.N. "After more than two weeks of blockade of these ports, there are various kinds of supplies essential for fighting starvation, for fighting cholera and other types of hu...

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  • CS Sicily Kariuki launches campaign against gender violence
CS Sicily Kariuki launches campaign against gender violence

Finally, as we prepare for the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women on December 6, we must continue to challenge deep-rooted attitudes and behaviours that grow from misogyny and other forms of hate-motivated discrimination that lead to violence against women.

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  • Red wine makes you feel relaxed, spirits sensual
Red wine makes you feel relaxed, spirits sensual

One in four wine drinkers said they felt sexier after having a couple of glasses. "Generally, men have a greater involvement in violence than women, and so it is not surprising that drinking alcohol exposes some of this underlying difference in behaviors".

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  • Saudi Arabia to reopen Yemen's air and seaports within next 24 hours
Saudi Arabia to reopen Yemen's air and seaports within next 24 hours

Thousands of people have been killed in the fighting, which pitches a coalition led by Riyadh in support of the internationally-recognised government of Yemen against Iran-backed Houthi rebels. On Monday, Saudi Arabia's United Nations ambassador said the coalition would take steps to ease the blockade but would not reopen a key rebel-held port to...

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  • Top Story: Trump's HHS Pick Alex Azar Fits Right In
Top Story: Trump's HHS Pick Alex Azar Fits Right In

Azar admirers say his industry experience should be considered an asset, not a liability. Azar, 50, a lawyer by training, has spent most of the last 10 years with pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly, rising to president of its key usa affiliate before leaving in January to start his own consulting firm.

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  • SoCal Theme Park Shuts Towers Linked to Legionnaires' Disease
SoCal Theme Park Shuts Towers Linked to Legionnaires' Disease

Nine people were struck down with the illness at Disneyland. Ten of the 12 were hospitalized and one person with additional health issues died. No other cases of the disease have been reported since September. "These towers were treated with chemicals that destroy the bacteria and are now shut down". "We have proactively shared this information w...

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  • Man accused of attacking Sen. Paul pleads not guilty
Man accused of attacking Sen. Paul pleads not guilty

Kentucky State Police said they arrived at Paul's home in Warren County on Friday afternoon in response to a report of an assault and arrested 59-year-old Rene Boucher. Warren County prosecutor Amy Milliken didn't provide any more details but said her office is working with Kentucky State Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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  • Danica Roem elected Virginia's first openly transgender state official
Danica Roem elected Virginia's first openly transgender state official

Victory Fund, a group that advocates for LGBTQ candidates, said Jenkins is the first openly transgender woman elected to the city council of a major US city. Roem handily outraised her opponent and as the Washington Post reports , her campaign "executed an aggressive ground game, knocking on doors more than 75,000 times in a district with 52,4...

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  • 'Year of the Trans Candidate'
'Year of the Trans Candidate'

Andrea Jenkins was elected to Minneapolis city council in Ward 8 on November 7, 2017. The paper said she was highly qualified, the Advocate reported , and well-prepared to take on her new role on the council. She won a 2011 Bush Fellowship to work on transgender issues, and now curates the Transgender Oral History Project at the University o...

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  • Target releases Black Friday deals, new hours for 2017 sale
Target releases Black Friday deals, new hours for 2017 sale

There will also be online deals the weekend after Thanksgiving with free shipping on everything. Hoping to attract some early Black Friday business, Target and Toys R Us announced Monday that their stores will be open for business on Thanksgiving.

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  • First flu-related death in Pierce County this season is elderly man
First flu-related death in Pierce County this season is elderly man

However, the Health Department said they don't normally hear of the flu until the end of January... early February. Where can I get a flu shot? CDC recommends that people get a flu vaccine by the end of October, if possible. · Coughing up mucus tinged with blood. "The fewer people who contract the flu, the less likely it is to spread". "The...

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  • FDA warns that black licorice can cause heart problems
FDA warns that black licorice can cause heart problems

This is about glycyrrhizin which can trigger loss of potassium levels in the system. Plummeting potassium can play tricks on heart rhythms, with symptoms including the telltale fluttering feeling in your chest, blood pressure spikes, swelling, and potentially even congestive heart failure.

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  • Teal pumpkins offer a safe Halloween for children with food allergies
Teal pumpkins offer a safe Halloween for children with food allergies

The pumpkin symbolized that homeowners have non-food goodies for kids with any kind of food allergy. "Many popular sweets include the common food allergens of peanuts, tree nuts, soy, eggs, milk, or wheat, and besides that, the small sized sweets often given out during Halloween do not usually have ingredients on them and, there is too much of a ri...

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  • Western Digital Corporation (WDC) Position Cut by Meeder Asset Management Inc
Western Digital Corporation (WDC) Position Cut by Meeder Asset Management Inc

The company has market cap of $16.11 billion. It is 0.00% or $0 reaching $7.41 per share. Western Digital Corp (NASDAQ: WDC ) has risen 125.85% since October 26, 2016 and is uptrending. Ameriprise Financial accumulated 0.2% or 4.44M shares. Wells Fargo & Co Mn has 0.06% invested in C R Bard Inc (NYSE:BCR). 113,511 were reported by First Republic ...

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