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What do we know about the shooter Nasim Aghdam — YouTube shooting

Aghdam wounded three people at the campus in San Bruno , south of San Francisco , then turned the gun on herself, authorities said. Three people were transported to local hospitals with gunshot wounds. Aghdam reportedly had multiple YouTube accounts and was unhappy with the video company's censorship and revenue rules. This was one of the high-profile gun violence in San Bruno.

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Four arrested after police stop auto linked to drugs in Rushden

The suspect initiated contact on March 6th. Women police have registered a case against the accused while further investigations are underway to identify other girls working in the prostitution network. The suspect is still at Miami Valley Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Four people were arrested after officers stopped a vehicle in Rushden and went on to search a number of properties in the town.

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CBSE paper leak: Three including a teacher arrested from Himachal Pradesh

The examination for Class 12 economics paper was held on March 26 and the exam for Class 10 maths was conducted on Wednesday, hours before the CBSE announced its decision to re-conduct the two examinations. Police added that there were no links between the papers leaked in Una and the ones leaked in Delhi. The three accused were brought to Delhi from Una and were arrested after questioning.

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Falls man on parole from 2011 manslaughter arrested for child porn

The Vatican said at the time its prosecutor was investigating and pursuing "international collaboration" to obtain evidence in the case. Capella, 51, was a high-ranking member of the Vatican diplomatic corps, serving in Italy before his posting to the USA embassy in 2017.

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Rory McIlroy keeps career Grand Slam in sight at Masters

HOLE 1 YARDAGE 445 PAR 4 STROKE AVERAGE 4.32 RANK 8 KEY FACTS Patrick Reed made one of only 10 birdies on the opening hole on his way to a 6-under 66 that gave him the midway lead . Spieth added the Claret Jug a year ago for his third major crown, a haul that also includes the 2015 US Open, and said he felt the Sunday tension on Thursday but responded with a run of five straight birdies on the back nine before a closing bogey .

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Opioid crisis: Top doctor urges access to overdose antidote

The drug comes as an injection or nasal spray. "For patients now taking high doses of opioids as prescribed for pain, individuals misusing prescription opioids, individuals using illicit opioids such as heroin or fentanyl, health care practitioners, family and friends of people who have an opioid use disorder, and community members who come into contact with people at risk for opioid overdose, knowing how to use naloxone and keeping it within reach can save a life", the advisory reads.

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CWG Badminton: India tops group with 5-0 win over Scotland

While Lather had luck on his side as his nearest rival fouled the all-important final clean and jerk lift, Chanu had her fortitude to thank as she claimed her second successive CWG gold despite nursing a nagging back problem here. The men's team also blanked Trinidad and Tobago 3-0. Ioane, a bronze medallist from Glasgow, had lifted 125kg in the snatch category, and was 170 kg behind Lather's total of 295 kg.

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Facebook to Implement New Verification Guidelines for Political Ads

The Sony messages included disparaging remarks about movie stars and other people in the entertainment industry. Facebook proceeded to apologize for another misstep then announced that it would be making the feature available for everyone.

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Facebook secretly deleted messages Mark Zuckerberg sent on Messenger

Facebook is making the acknowledgement Friday after TechCrunch first reported the tactic. Facebook has said that decision was taken during security audit to avoid Sony server hacking-like episode, which led to leakage of several personal emails of Hollywood celebrities, company's senior executives and even unreleased movies online.

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Thousands of Brazilians protest to call for imprisonment of former leader

One of the most intense protests took place on Paulista Avenue, in the heart of Sao Paulo, the country's largest city, where demonstrators, many of whom dressed in T-shirts with Brazilian flags, called for the ex-president's imprisonment. More than 5,000 judges and prosecutors sent the Supreme Court a petition for Lula to be imprisoned immediately and justices have received thousands of emails on the subject.

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March Jobs Report: Everything You Need to Know

The unemployment rate, however, clung to a 17-year low of 4.1% and it's expected to go even lower in the months ahead. The unemployment rate had been expected to edge down to 4.0%. "Even though March was weaker than we were expecting, there is still evidence of an acceleration in the underlying pace of employment growth ", Paul Ashworth, chief USA economist at Capital Economics, wrote in a note.

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IL severe bleeding outbreak linked to synthetic cannabinoids update

Ponni Arunkumar, Cook County's chief medical examiner, said in a news release. "People can develop bleeding problems that ultimately can persist for weeks to months", Anderson said. Anyone who uses the drug and develops significant, unexplained bleeding should seek medical care right away. "This bleeding is not expected, at least in such a significant population so quickly", she said.

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OH police investigating more than a dozen reports of 'zombie-like' raccoons

Resident Robert Coggeshall, speaking to WKBN , said he spotted one while he was walking his dogs. To start with, the raccoons are approaching people during the daytime - an immediate peculiarity, considering the animals are nocturnal creatures.

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WhiteHouse approves $1.3B's artillery sale to Saudi Arabia

He plans a final stop in the energy hub of Houston on Saturday before returning to Saudi Arabia, according to the reports. "This sale will increase the Royal Saudi Land Force's (RSLF) interoperability with USA forces and conveys US commitment to Saudi Arabia's security and armed forces modernization".

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Study Suggests You Can Still Lose Weight While Eating Pasta

Oftentimes wrongly banned from weight loss diets, pasta, when part of a balanced diet, would rather promote weight loss instead of fattening. A low-GI diet is one which focuses on eating foods with low glycemic index - or the measurement of how quickly the food item's carbohydrate content gets broken down into sugars - and is considered conducive of weight loss.

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FM Arun Jaitley suffering from kidney-related ailment, may undergo transplant

In a brief statement put out on Twitter, Jaitley said he was working from "controlled environment at home". Jaitley had also undergone a bariatric surgery in 2014, in which he was treated for weight gain due to his diabetic condition. He is the brother of AIIMS director Randeep Guleria, who had been a family friend of Jaitley. It is most likely that finance minister will be admitted for kidney transplant within a couple of days.

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Eagle lands on Mariners pitcher before game

But this eagle decided that after flying across the field, he would stop not on his handler's forearm, but on Paxton's shoulder. It then briefly jumped upon his shoulder before landing behind him, after which a handler came to retrieve it. Maybe the little guy was just looking for some of those Cracker Jacks everyone's always singing about; maybe he was trying to show a Canadian how majestic America's national bird could be.

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Surgeon general advises Americans to carry opioid OD antidote

The Surgeon General issued an "Advisory on Naloxone and Opioid Overdose" today, drawing attention to the effectiveness of the opioid overdose antidote naloxone. Together they add up to an epidemic of drug overdoses that is killing people at a faster rate than the HIV epidemic at its peak. It has also worked with pharmaceutical chains to make it easier for people to afford the drug.

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Who was Kollam Ajith?

He was undergoing treatment for stomach disease in a private hospital in Kochi. The 56-year-old had started his career as an assistant director with Padmarajan, who noticed his acting skills and offered him an acting role. Actor Mohanlal was among the first few to pay homage to the actor. Here is everything you should know about late actor Kollam Ajith . Though Ajith made his debut in 1983 in noted filmmaker Padmarajan's film Parannu Parannu Parannu , he became a regular feature in ...

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Body of missing CDC worker Timothy Cunningham found in Georgia river

The body of Timothy Cunningham , 35, was found Tuesday in the Chattachoochee River in Atlanta , the Atlanta police department said at a Thursday news conference . The day he disappeared, Atlanta police said Cunningham learned he would not be receiving a promotion to branch manager - but the CDC has since walked back claims that Cunningham had been passed over for the position.

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'Nightmare bacteria' cases seen in 27 states, CDC reports

These carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, or CRE - dubbed "nightmare bacteria " by the CDC - spread rapidly in the U.S. and around the globe. "We hope though that this won't be an inevitable march upward", CDC Principal Deputy Director Anne Schuchat said .

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Fertility Doc Impregnated Patient With Own Sperm: Suit

According to the lawsuit , Ashby and her husband at the time, Howard Fowler, sought the doctor's help when they had trouble conceiving a child. Mortimer reportedly told the couple that the issue was caused by the husband's low sperm count and the wife's tipped uterus; so, he suggested that the wife be inseminated with a mix of the husband's sperm and that of an anonymous donor to increase the changes of conception.

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Drunk driver strikes pole, minivan up in flames

Each time he was driving a different vehicle. However, a couple of hours later the officers had the feeling of deja vu about 1am Sunday when they again pulled over the same vehicle on the same road, Glen Rd, to find the same driver at the steering wheel.

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Facebook data scandal 'hit 87 million users'

Overall, Facebook says 87 million of its users were affected - with almost 82 per cent of them were believed to be located in the United States. Zuckerberg will appear before the US House Energy and Commerce Committee on April 11, the panel said on Wednesday. Facebook's other chat app, WhatsApp, works differently and keeps it content private by encrypting its communication data.

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Black buck poaching case: Jodhpur court to pronounce verdict on Thursday

Actors Saif Ali Khan , Tabu , Sonali Bendre and Neelam , were accused of travelling with him in a Gypsy auto. According to the poaching case's public prosecutor Bhawani Singh Bhati, Salman is charged under section 51 of the Wildlife (Protection) Act whereas the rest of the accused face charges under the same section but read with IPC section 149, which points to unlawful assembly.

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Root and Bayliss back England to improve after winter of discontent

Joe Root and Dawid Malan had taken England from an overnight 202 for three to 262 when the medium pacer made the breakthrough for a New Zealand attack hampered by the unavailability of strike bowler Tim Southee, who has a viral complaint.

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Medical Marijuana May Lead to Fewer Opioid Rxs

In a speech in New Hampshire last month outlining the administration's plan to deal with a nationwide opiate overdose crisis that claimed over 42,000 lives in 2016, President Donald Trump called on researchers to "come up with a painkiller that's not so addictive".

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FDA Recalls Triangle Pharmanaturals' Kratom Supplement Over Salmonella

FDA issued the recall after the company failed to cooperate with FDA's request to conduct a voluntary recall. "The action today is based on the risks posed by the contamination of this particular product with a potentially risky pathogen", Gottlieb said in his statement.

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Prince Charles and Camilla touch down in Brisbane for Australian tour

Brisbane will welcome the next-in-line to the throne with a 21 gun salute at the Old Government House at QUT tomorrow at 12.50 p.m. The waiting crowd yelled "welcome" as Charles and Camilla were greeted by Governor-General Peter Cosgrove and Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton, representing the prime minister.

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Marine Helicopter Crash: 4 Feared Dead After Chopper Went Down In California

The Naval Air Facility El Centro Facebook page confirmed the crash in a media release and will provide updates as they become available. The cause of the crash is still being investigated and the identity of the crew members is being withheld for 24 hours until their family are notified.

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Public health officials: Flu season isn't over yet

For instance, the vaccine is 67 percent effective against the H1N1 flu, which was the 2009 pandemic flu and is still around. "A universal influenza virus vaccine is one which would last for a lifetime hopefully, but at least we hope it works for 20 years or even longer", said Dr.

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In last HAC soccer tournament, Lincoln High makes some history

They defeated the Lincoln Abes 19-2 in the first game, and squeaked out a 4-3 win in the second. The Blackbirds swept Spaulding to open the season in Rochester. Fort Morgan sophomore Kaitlyn Fajardo returns a shot over the net in her No. 3 singles match versus the Conifer Lobos on Tuesday, April 3, 2018. With two outs in the inning and two runners on, Joseph Kabbes came up and crushed a homer to left to take a 9-0 lead.

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Two new studies show how marijuana can help fight the opioid epidemic

States with medical marijuana and recreational laws had less opioid prescriptions among Medicaid beneficiaries, according to a study published Monday in the Journal of the American Medical Association . Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported last week. As the country's opinion of marijuana has evolved so have our state laws on the drug.

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IISc tops institution ranking, DU's Miranda best college

India's premier healthcare institute, AIIMS, was ranked the best medical college followed by Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (Chandigarh), Christian Medical College (Vellore), Kasturba Medical College (Manipal), King George's Medical University (Lucknow).

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CDC: 'Nightmare bacteria' showing up in US

The data showed that among short-stay acute care hospitals, the percentage of Klebsiella pneumoniae and Escherichia coli isolates with an ESBL phenotype remained relatively stable, ranging from 17.6% (116 of 659 isolates) in 2006 to 16.5% (694 of 4,211) in 2015, and declined by 2% per year.