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Valencia College sued over says it compelled students to undertake vaginal tests
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Valencia College sued over says it compelled students to undertake vaginal tests

May 20th, 2015 | by David Bear
Two ex Valencia University student claimed they were compelled to undergo vaginal tests in front of students as component of their ultrasound training, according to a federal legal action filed in Florida. The females, that were...
Twin, 17, sentenced for her role in tying up robbing 85-year-old
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Twin, 17, sentenced for her role in tying up robbing 85-year-old

May 18th, 2015 | by David Bear
Teenage twin Shalaine Foster was sentenced Monday for her part in binding and swindling an 85-year-old “sugar daddy” with her sibling. Foster, 17, viewed her case closed after the judge offered her a “youthful...
Cruise ship scary as 10-year-old girl drowns in pool off Carolina coast
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Cruise ship scary as 10-year-old girl drowns in pool off Carolina coast

May 18th, 2015 | by David Bear
A 10-year-old female drowned in a pool aboard a Norwegian Cruise Line ship off the Carolinas and the ship right away cruised to a neighboring port in Florida, the U.S. Coastline Guard stated Monday. Petty Policeman Nate...
City to reveal plan to create budget plan excess at NYCHA
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City to reveal plan to create budget plan excess at NYCHA

May 18th, 2015 | by David Bear
The de Blasio administration hopes the long-troubled Housing Authority will certainly start boasting a budget plan excess within 3 years under a transformation set to be revealed Tuesday. Called NextGen NYCHA, the de Blasio...
Bill de Blasio defends recent traveling, says it’s ‘malpractice’ to not promote city’s interests in D.C.
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Bill de Blasio defends recent traveling, says it’s ‘malpractice’ to not promote city’s interests in D.C.

May 18th, 2015 | by David Bear
Talking on his very first day back at City Hall after 5 days out of town, Mayor de Blasio Monday claimed it would be “malpractice” if he really did not advertise the city’s interests outside the 5 districts. “The...

International

Cocaine trafficking probe centers on Venezuela’s Cabello
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Cocaine trafficking probe centers on Venezuela’s Cabello

May 19th, 2015 | by Harley May
Several upper-level Venezuelan politicians are the target of a UNITED STATE drug-trafficking investigation, Justice Dept....
FIA takes Axact employees into custody, seizes equipment following Nisar’s orders
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FIA takes Axact employees into custody, seizes equipment following Nisar’s orders

May 19th, 2015 | by Katie Abbott
Around 45 Axact workers were arrested on Tuesday as Federal Investigation Firm raided the workplaces of the software application...
WARNING: Pregnant woman facebook scam
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WARNING: Pregnant woman facebook scam

May 18th, 2015 | by David Bear
If you are an active Facebook user after that you have actually possibly stumbled across a minimum of a few scams, uninformed...
Rights group: Syrian forces push back Islamic State from Syrian archeological site
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Rights group: Syrian forces push back Islamic State from Syrian archeological site

May 17th, 2015 | by Harley May
A human rights monitoring group says Islamic State forces have been pushed from north Tadmur, a Syrian city having the ancient...

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Crude oil shipper settles in Lac-Megantic rail disaster
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Crude oil shipper settles in Lac-Megantic rail disaster

June 9th, 2015 | by Robert Lockhart
A business tied to the sale of the oil on the train that crashed in Lac-Megantic, Quebec, in 2013 said it consented to add to a...
Takata declares air bags defective in more than 33 million vehicles
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Takata declares air bags defective in more than 33 million vehicles

May 19th, 2015 | by Harley May
Air bag maker Takata acknowledged a flaw in the implementation of its side air bags causing one of the largest car remembers in...
JCB boss says EU exit could lift burden of bureaucracy on UK businesses
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JCB boss says EU exit could lift burden of bureaucracy on UK businesses

May 18th, 2015 | by Robert Lockhart
The top executives of JCB, one of the UK's most significant manufacturing companies, have said Britain should vote to leave the...
Google to introduce ‘buy’ buttons on mobile search results
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Google to introduce ‘buy’ buttons on mobile search results

May 16th, 2015 | by Peggy Sparks
The "buy" buttons will certainly appear just on some searches carried out via smartphones, people with expertise of the plan...

Tech & Science

Researchers develop facial recognition software for birds
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Researchers develop facial recognition software for birds

June 9th, 2015 | by Robert Lockhart
"It gets the bird right in the top three results about 90 percent of the time, and it’s designed to keep improving the more people use it," said Jessie...
New product claims to charge Apple Watches faster using hidden port
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New product claims to charge Apple Watches faster using hidden port

May 30th, 2015 | by Robert Lockhart
Creators of Reserve Strap, claim that their brand-new Apple Watch device which connects to the gadget via its 6 pin device port charges 5 percent much faster than Apple's conductive...

Life & Style

Social media effective in helping young adults quit smoking
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Social media effective in helping young adults quit smoking

June 11th, 2015 | by Katie Abbott
Social media is twice as most likely to assist young adults stop smoking cigarettes as are more traditional techniques, according...
Seniors find easier access to sexual health information online
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Seniors find easier access to sexual health information online

June 11th, 2015 | by Katie Abbott
Senior citizens are increasingly turning to the Web for sexual health details, finding sources, services and discussion online...
NIH treating patient with ‘extensively’ drug-resistant tuberculosis
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NIH treating patient with ‘extensively’ drug-resistant tuberculosis

June 9th, 2015 | by Robert Lockhart
The National Institutes of Health said it is dealing with a client with an uncommon, "thoroughly drug-resistant" form of...
Should I drink more coffee?
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Should I drink more coffee?

May 18th, 2015 | by Robert Lockhart
It is the world's most popular beverage after water. However do you think you should reduce? That more than a few cups isn't...

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