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AstraZeneca diabetes drug cuts heart risks in major study
AstraZeneca diabetes drug cuts heart risks in major studyDiabetics are at increased risk of heart problems, making the cardiovascular (CV) profile of medicines to treat the condition an important focus for doctors and patients. In the 17,000-patient trial known as Declare, patients on Farxiga achieved a statistically significant and clinically important reduction in hospitalization for heart failure or CV death compared with those on placebo, the company said on Monday. There were also fewer major adverse cardiovascular events, although in this case the difference did not reach statistical significance.
FCC Hiding Evidence Of Suspected Russian Role In Ending Net Neutrality: Lawsuit
FCC Hiding Evidence Of Suspected Russian Role In Ending Net Neutrality: LawsuitThe Federal Communications Commission has obstinately hidden information
China comes out ahead in Vatican deal: analysts
China comes out ahead in Vatican deal: analystsThe landmark deal between China and the Vatican is a win for Beijing, giving official recognition to bishops appointed by the government despite a crackdown on religion, and potentially softening the ground for full diplomatic relations after 67 years of estrangement, analysts said. The two sides signed a provisional agreement on Saturday on who gets to name senior churchmen, an issue that has bedevilled ties for decades, and China quickly said it hoped for an improvement in relations. With its outsized international influence, the Vatican is the most important of Taiwan's 17 remaining friends, and its only European partner.
Serena Williams Explains Why She's Relying On Meghan Markle A Lot Recently
Serena Williams Explains Why She's Relying On Meghan Markle A Lot RecentlySerena Williams talked about her friendship with Meghan Markle in a recent
James Woods Blasts 'Truly Egregious' Twitter For Locking His Account
James Woods Blasts 'Truly Egregious' Twitter For Locking His AccountOutspoken actor James Woods has been locked out of his Twitter account after
Barrett-Jackson to Auction Vehicles from the Burt Reynolds Collection
Barrett-Jackson to Auction Vehicles from the Burt Reynolds CollectionYes, there's a black and gold Trans Am among them,
Iran's president blames US after attack on military parade
Iran's president blames US after attack on military paradeTEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran's president on Sunday accused an unnamed U.S.-allied country in the Persian Gulf of being behind a terror attack on a military parade that killed 25 people and wounded 60, further raising regional tensions.
BIS warns global economy risks crisis 'relapse'
BIS warns global economy risks crisis 'relapse'The Bank of International Settlements said Sunday the global economy risked a "relapse" of the crisis that rocked it a decade ago, warning there was little "medicine" left to treat the patient a second time. "Things look rather fragile," BIS chief economist Claudio Borio told reporters in a conference call. "There is little left in the medicine chest to nurse the patient back to health or care for him in case of a relapse," he warned.
Microsoft, Amazon, Google join fight to prevent famine
Microsoft, Amazon, Google join fight to prevent famineTech giants Microsoft, Amazon and Google are joining forces with international organizations to help identify and head off famines in developing nations using data analysis and artificial intelligence, a new initiative unveiled Sunday. Rather than waiting to respond to a famine after many lives already have been lost, the tech firms "will use the predictive power of data to trigger funding" to take action before it becomes a crisis, the World Bank and United Nations announced in a joint statement.
American tourist attacked by shark in Bahamas
American tourist attacked by shark in BahamasThe unnamed Massachusetts native had "severe trauma" to her left hand, and was flown by air ambulance to a hospital in Florida.
Eerie images showcase the hidden abandoned beauty of de facto republic
Eerie images showcase the hidden abandoned beauty of de facto republicThese images show eerily beautiful scenes of abandonment captured by British photographer James Kerwin in Abkhazia on the Black Sea.
What the House of Representatives means in US politics - and how it could change at the midterms
What the House of Representatives means in US politics - and how it could change at the midtermsThe House of Representatives is the lower chamber of the US Congress and is made up of 435 seats.  The number of seats each US state receives depends on its population size. California, the most populous state, has 53 representatives while seven states - Alaska, Delaware, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont and Wyoming have just one representative. The Republican Party currently controls the chamber with a 43-seat majority, but it is widely expected that the Democrats will gain control in the upcoming election. The current House has 236 Republicans and 193 Democrats, with six vacant seats.  The Democrats need a net gain of 24 seats to win a majority, which is no small accomplishment, but the president's low approval ratings have given the party reason to hope.  How things could change Historically, the president's party routinely loses House seats in midterms. Indeed the University of Virginia's Centre for Politics points out that the president's party has lost seats in all but three of the 29 midterms held since 1900.   The US economy is booming, with low unemployment rates and rising wages. However some Republicans have been unnerved by Donald Trump's spending . While Mr Trump's tax cuts for corporations was popular among business owners, the country's deficit has increased by 33 per cent in the past year to $895 billion. Donald Trump has been intensively campaigning for Republican candidates across the country Credit: Reuters Mr Trump's approval rating is around the 40 per cent mark - a figure which will not encourage Republicans standing for re-election.  Moreover, a liberal base hoping to derail Mr Trump's agenda has energised Democratic activists in key races, out-fundraising and out-polling a host of Republican incumbents. Political website FiveThirtyEight, has given Democrats an 82 per cent chance of taking control of the House and gaining 38 seats. What will it mean for Donald Trump? If Democrats win the House, they get to decide which bills come to the floor - meaning President Donald Trump's domestic agenda will struggle to make its way into law.  The party with a majority in the chamber also controls its committee chairmanships and has the power to issue subpoenas - so a Democrat-controlled House could enforce aggressive oversight of investigations of the president's administration, including alleged Russia collusion, Trump's business dealings and sexual assault allegations against him. Pundits predict Democrats will launch controversial investigations into things like Mr Trump's tax returns and his previous business dealings. They may also seek public hearings with members of the Trump family, including his son Donald Jr who is a key figure in the Russia investigation.  Rep. Elijah Cummings during a church service with Bill Clinton Credit: AP Democrats on the House oversight committee, the chamber’s main investigative panel, have already suggested they are prepared to issue subpoenas if they gain control. Representative Elijah Cummings, the ranking Democrat on the oversight committee, said: “If Democrats win the majority in November, we would finally do what Republicans have refused to do, and that is conduct independent, fact-based, and credible investigations of the Trump administration". Mr Cummings said their investigations would "address issues like the security clearance process, conflicts of interest, the numerous attempts by Republicans to strip away healthcare from millions of Americans, postal service reforms, prescription drug pricing, and voting rights”.  But if Republicans hold on to the Senate, they will continue to approve Mr Trump's cabinet nominees and appoint conservative judges to US courtrooms. Seats to watch West Virginia Donald Trump won West Virginia's 3rd district by 30 points. But it is the Democratic candidate running in the district, which has a long history of coal mining, that is gaining national attention. Richard Ojeda says he voted for Donald Trump in 2016, opposes universal background checks for gun buyers, and is pro-coal. Mr Ojeda is running against Republican Carol Miller in the open-seat race after the incumbent Republican Evan Jenkins vacated the seat to run for the Senate.  Polling suggests it will be a tight race between the two candidates, but analysts are keeping a close watch to see if a populist Democrat in a pro-Trump area is a winning formula. California Republican Representative Mimi Walters is battling to keep hold of her seat against Democrat Katie Porter in the state's 45th district, Orange County. The number of registered Republicans in the county has consistently declined as its population becomes more diverse. Ms Walters is one of seven Republicans representing districts in California which Hillary Clinton won in 2016. The Democrats need to take several of these in order to have a chance of regaining a majority in the House. Pundits are viewing a win in this race as a sign they will do well across Southern California - picking up crucial Republican-held seats. Professor Larry Sabato from the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics has changed his prediction from 'leaning Republican' to a 'toss-up'. Minnesota Minnesota's 8th district is considered one of the Democrats' most at-risk seats in November. It is a traditionally Democrat area - former president Barack Obama won the district twice but it swung heavily to Donald Trump in the 2016 election. The seat is currently held by Democrat Rick Nolan but the 74-year-old is not seeking re-election. The party's candidate Joe Radinovich, a former state legislator, is facing a tough battle against Republican Pete Stauber, a county commissioner. Texas The race in Texas' 23rd district will largely focus on one of the Trump administration's main concerns - immigration. The district contains a third of the US-Mexico border and has the second highest population of 'Dreamers' - the term given to undocumented migrants who arrived in America as children and have been granted temporary protection. The incumbent, Republican Will Hurd, is a former CIA agent who has chosen to distance himself from Mr Trump. His Democratic rival, Gina Ortiz Jones, is a Filipina-American, openly LGBTQ and an Iraq veteran.  Mr Hurd, who became the first African-American elected to Congress from Texas when he was elected in 2015, is tipped to win by a narrow margin in the swing district.  He has distanced himself from the national Republican party and even wrote an op-ed for the New York Times in July stating that the president had been manipulated by Russian intelligence. Florida Moderate Republicans will be looking to Florida's 26th district to see whether they can keep hold of a largely Hispanic area in the Trump era. The incumbent, Carlos Curbelo, is well-liked but Republicans still fear his Democrat opponent, Latin immigrant Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, could sweep to a surprise victory. Hillary Clinton won the district by 16 points in 2015.
Ambassador Haley: 'I've never heard' Cabinet consider invoking 25th Amendment
Ambassador Haley: 'I've never heard' Cabinet consider invoking 25th AmendmentU.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley is interviewed on "This Week" ahead of the United Nations General Assembly.
US considers limit on green cards for immigrants on benefits
US considers limit on green cards for immigrants on benefitsThe Trump administration has proposed rules that could deny green cards to immigrants if they use forms of public assistance.
Donald Trump's New Presidential Cadillac Limo Steps Out
Donald Trump's New Presidential Cadillac Limo Steps OutFirst look at the new version of Donald Trump's presidential limousine, nicknamed the Beast, on duty in New York City.
Our Favorite Light Fixtures Right Now
Our Favorite Light Fixtures Right NowRustic, retro, or refined, our favorite fixtures showcase the materials of the moment
7 of the Hottest Internet Stocks to Own
7 of the Hottest Internet Stocks to OwnBank of America recently released its monthly U.S. internet traffic report, which revealed that internet usage continues to rise with no end in sight. No company is dominating the internet like Alphabet subsidiary Google. U.S. Google users spent a total of 322.36 billion minutes on Google's platforms in August, up 50 percent from a year ago.
Indonesian teenager survives for 49 days adrift at sea in a flimsy hut
Indonesian teenager survives for 49 days adrift at sea in a flimsy hutIn a tale of extraordinary human survival, an Indonesian teenager has managed to keep himself alive for 49 days while floating adrift in a flimsy hut for thousands of miles across the Pacific Ocean. Aldi Novel Adilang, 19, was working lonely shifts as a lamp keeper for a floating fish trap, 80 miles off the coast of Indonesia’s North Sulawesi in July when strong winds broke the mooring and pushed him far out to sea.  He was eventually rescued in late August by a ship sailing under a Panama flag that picked him up in the waters near Guam and then dropped him off in Japan, reported the Jakarta Post.  Mr Aldi, who was finally reunited with his family in early September, had struggled to keep his spirits up when 10 passing ships failed to spot his plight, revealed an Indonesian consular official in the southern Japanese city of Osaka. “Aldi said he had been scared and often cried when adrift. Every time he saw a large ship, he said he was hopeful, but more than ten ships had passed him, none of them stopped,” said Fajar Firdaus, a diplomat.  Mr Aldi’s ordeal finally ended on August 31  Credit: Indonesian Consulate General, Osaka /Indonesian Consulate General, Osaka  Mirza Nurhidayat, the Indonesian consul general in Osaka, explained that Mr Aldi’s hut, known as a Rompong, did not have a paddle or an engine.  After his meagre food supplies ran out, he had to catch fish and drink sea water to survive. “After he ran out of cooking gas, he burned the rompong’s wooden fences to make fire for cooking. He drank by sipping water from his clothes,” he said.  Pacific Ocean fish trap rescue map Mr Aldi’s ordeal finally ended on August 31 when he saw the tanker ‘Arpeggio’ sailing nearby. After failing to attract attention by waving a cloth, he switched his radio to an emergency frequency and the ship’s captain picked it up.  The rescue was complicated by high waves and crew members threw a rope to help him as the ship circled his tiny craft. In desperation, Mr Aldi jumped into the water to reach it and was eventually pulled to safety.  Mr Aldi's ordeal has highlighted the perils faced by lamp keepers who take on the isolated job of looking after fish traps Credit: Indonesian Consulate General, Osaka  The captain contacted the coastguard of Guam, a tiny US territory, but was told to carry on his planned route to Japan, where Mr Aldi could be helped by his embassy.  Although his journey had a happy ending and Mr Aldi is now in good health, his story has also highlighted the perils faced by lamp keepers who take on the isolated job of looking after fish traps.  Mr Aldi's journey had a happy ending and he is now in good health Credit: Indonesian Consulate General, Osaka  Mr Aldi had been contracted to light lamps around the Rompong to attract and trap fish, and only had a walkie-talkie for company.  His only contact with another human being was once a week when someone would come to harvest the caught fish and give him a fresh batch of food, fuel and water.   
Conservationists slam Australia shark policy as more killed
Conservationists slam Australia shark policy as more killedConservationists on Monday slammed the baiting and killing of sharks at a popular Great Barrier Reef tourist spot after two swimmers were attacked, saying the policy was brutal and indiscriminate. Queensland state authorities deployed drumlines -- which use baited hooks to catch the predators -- at the Whitsunday Islands after two tourists were mauled in separate incidents a day apart last week. Hannah Papps, 12, and 46-year-old Justine Barwick, who were bitten on their legs, remain in hospital.
James Woods attacks Twitter for locking his account over retweet of hoax anti-Democrat meme
James Woods attacks Twitter for locking his account over retweet of hoax anti-Democrat memeActor James Woods has attacked Twitter after the social media giant locked him out of his account. The Casino and Salvador star was told by the company he had violated the platform’s rules with a tweet sent in July. The post in question featured a hoax meme claiming to come from the Democrats and encouraged men not to vote in the midterm elections.
Former Federal Prosecutor Joins Kavanaugh Accuser's Legal Team
Former Federal Prosecutor Joins Kavanaugh Accuser's Legal TeamFormer Justice Department inspector general and federal prosecutor Michael
Nightmare two-headed snake found in Virginia just in time for Halloween season
Nightmare two-headed snake found in Virginia just in time for Halloween season'Tis the season for nightmare fuel, and one fascinating but unsettling discovery is getting into that fall spooky spirit. A woman in northern Virginia found an extremely rare baby copperhead snake in her neighbor's yard recently, complete with not one but two heads. Because, ya know, the venomous viper part wasn't terrifying enough in itself. SEE ALSO: New panda mom doesn't know she has twins thanks to these sneaky zookeepers After initially being picked up by the Virginia Wildlife Management & Control, the rare serpent is now being taken care of by an unnamed, experienced private reptile keeper.  J.D. Kleopfer, a specialist from the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, has been posting updates on its status for the past several days. "Wild bicephalic snakes are exceptionally rare, because they just don’t live that long. Too many challenges living day to day with two heads," he explained in a Facebook post. "We’ll provide an update when we are confident of its survival. It has a tough road ahead, so keep your fingers crossed." Kleopfer also put up a video, if you're brave enough to watch. When a commenter asked about the capabilities of the two heads, he clarified, "They both appear to be capable of biting." Cool! So here's to never sleeping again! In a statement on Friday, Sept. 21, the Wildlife Center of Virginia in Waynesboro posted details from the radiographs that they did on the rare snake: As for what will happen to this little baby two-headed killer, Kleopfer also said that, "With a little luck and care, we hope to eventually donate it to a zoological facility for exhibit." So the citizens of Virginia can rest assured that both the animal and their streets are safe... for now. WATCH: Snakelike artificial skin allows this robot to slither around on its own
Turkey orders 61 soldiers detained for suspected Gulen links: media
Turkey orders 61 soldiers detained for suspected Gulen links: mediaTurkish authorities ordered the arrest of 61 soldiers from the navy and land forces, including senior officers, for suspected links to a U.S.-based cleric who Ankara says orchestrated a 2016 failed coup, state media said on Monday. Eighteen of those ordered detained were on active duty, Anadolu news agency said, adding the suspects included 13 majors and 12 captains from the land forces and 24 first lieutenants from the navy. Authorities have carried out regular sweeps against alleged members of cleric Fethullah Gulen's network since the coup attempt of July 2016, in which 250 people were killed.
US trade war with China intensifies as planned talks 'are axed' amid largest ever tariffs
US trade war with China intensifies as planned talks 'are axed' amid largest ever tariffsThe US has hit China with its largest round of tariffs yet in an escalating trade war, as planned talks between the two nations have reportedly been cancelled. The Chinese government accused Donald Trump’s administration of "trade bullying practices" and "intimidating other countries through economic measures" after the US levied tariffs of 10 per cent on $200bn of Chinese products. The latest round of tariffs arrived after $50bn worth were previously applied by both China and the US on each other’s products.
Lindsey Graham: Blasey's Testimony Won't Sway My Vote 'Unless There's Something More'
Lindsey Graham: Blasey's Testimony Won't Sway My Vote 'Unless There's Something More'Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Sunday continued to voice skepticism about
Trump lawyer Giuliani says Iran's government will be overthrown
Trump lawyer Giuliani says Iran's government will be overthrownRudy Giuliani said that U.S. sanctions on Iran are leading to economic pain that could lead to a "successful revolution."
Japan's Hayabusa2 successfully deploys two rovers on the surface of an asteroid
Japan's Hayabusa2 successfully deploys two rovers on the surface of an asteroidIt's just like the movie Armageddon, but without the apocalypse scenario. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has reason to celebrate after successfully deploying a pair of robots on the surface of an asteroid. The mission, which played out on Friday, aims to gather photos and data from the asteroid called Ryugu. SEE ALSO: Astronaut captures photos of ominous-looking Hurricane Florence from space The mission's success — marking the end of a four-year journey — was confirmed in a tweet on Saturday from JAXA's account for the Hayabusa2 asteroid explorer. We are sorry we have kept you waiting! MINERVA-II1 consists of two rovers, 1a & 1b. Both rovers are confirmed to have landed on the surface of Ryugu. They are in good condition and have transmitted photos & data. We also confirmed they are moving on the surface. #asteroidlanding — HAYABUSA2@JAXA (@haya2e_jaxa) September 22, 2018 A flood of imagery followed as the two hopping rovers — yes, they get around by hopping — set about their important task.  This is a picture from MINERVA-II1. The color photo was captured by Rover-1A on September 21 around 13:08 JST, immediately after separation from the spacecraft. Hayabusa2 is top and Ryugu's surface is below. The image is blurred because the rover is spinning. #asteroidlanding pic.twitter.com/CeeI5ZjgmM — HAYABUSA2@JAXA (@haya2e_jaxa) September 22, 2018 Photo taken by Rover-1B on Sept 21 at ~13:07 JST. It was captured just after separation from the spacecraft. Ryugu's surface is in the lower right. The misty top left region is due to the reflection of sunlight. 1B seems to rotate slowly after separation, minimising image blur. pic.twitter.com/P71gsC9VNI — HAYABUSA2@JAXA (@haya2e_jaxa) September 22, 2018 This dynamic photo was captured by Rover-1A on September 22 at around 11:44 JST. It was taken on Ryugu's surface during a hop. The left-half is the surface of Ryugu, while the white region on the right is due to sunlight. (Hayabusa2 Project) pic.twitter.com/IQLsFd4gJu — HAYABUSA2@JAXA (@haya2e_jaxa) September 22, 2018 You can keep up with the status of Hayabusa2's mission on JAXA's English-language website right here. There's also a post from JAXA discussing the mission here. As JAXA notes, MINERVA-II1 "is the world’s first rover (mobile exploration robot) to land on the surface of an asteroid. This is also the first time for autonomous movement and picture capture on an asteroid surface." WATCH: Elon Musk just unveiled images of SpaceX's ship that he hopes will be key to bringing people to Mars
Boston Scientific's drug-coated stent gets FDA approval
Boston Scientific's drug-coated stent gets FDA approvalThe medical device maker intends to launch Eluvia in the fourth quarter, Jeff Mirviss, president of Boston Scientific's Peripheral Interventions division, told Reuters. Eluvia, approved in Europe since 2016, targets the 8.5 million people in the United States who suffer from peripheral artery disease (PAD), a painful condition caused by plaque buildup in the arteries of the limbs. Eluvia is a tiny wire mesh scaffolding with a drug-polymer coating that releases paclitaxel, an existing chemotherapy drug, for about a year to prevent reclogging.
Meghan Markle's Veil Holds A Tender Tribute To Her First Date With Harry
Meghan Markle's Veil Holds A Tender Tribute To Her First Date With HarryWhen Meghan Markle saw her spectacular wedding dress and veil for the first
Toyota is jumping on the Android Auto bandwagon: report
Toyota is jumping on the Android Auto bandwagon: reportJust a week after Google revealed its partnership with the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance to create intelligent infotainment systems using Android, Toyota has reportedly agreed to use Android Auto. According to a Bloomberg source, Toyota Motor Corp. agreed to put the Android infotainment system directly into their cars, an agreement taking place not long after the company's decision to make their vehicles compatible with Apple's CarPlay earlier this year. The new level of connectivity being introduced to Toyota products is likely to bring in new customers who may have previously avoided the brand due to the compatibility delay with the Google software, especially since more than 80% of smartphones use this OS.

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2 militant groups reject demilitarized zone in Syria's Idlib
2 militant groups reject demilitarized zone in Syria's IdlibBEIRUT (AP) — Two insurgent groups rejected a deal reached this month between Russia and Turkey to establish a demilitarized zone in Syria's Idlib region with one saying Sunday that the agreement aims to "bury the revolution."
AstraZeneca diabetes drug cuts heart risks in major study

China comes out ahead in Vatican deal: analysts

Dead fish cover North Carolina roads as flood waters recede after Hurricane Florence

2 militant groups reject demilitarized zone in Syria's Idlib

Giuliani: U.S. 'Sympathizes' With Attempt to Overthrow Iran's Government

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POLITIC NEWS

Could Democrats pull off another Deep South surprise in Mississippi Senate race?
Could Democrats pull off another Deep South surprise in Mississippi Senate race?A three-way Senate race offers Democrats a possible path to win another Deep South Senate seat.
Bannon’s ‘Trump @ War’ is a call to arms to keep Congress safe from Democrats

Exclusive: With more immigrant children in detention, HHS cuts funds for other programs — like cancer research

Puerto Rico still recovering 1 year after Hurricane Maria

Could Democrats pull off another Deep South surprise in Mississippi Senate race?

Trump surveys Florence storm damage in North Carolina

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SPORTS

Michael Sam Makes Up With Dad Who Criticized Him for Being Gay
Michael Sam Makes Up With Dad Who Criticized Him for Being GayFormer NFL player Michael Sam, who had been estranged from his father since coming out as gay in February 2014, tweeted this week that the two have spoken for the first time since then. (Photo: Getty Images) When former NFL player Michael Sam announced to the world that he was gay back in February 2014, he was largely praised for his bravery and honesty by fellow players, various celebrities, the NFL, and ESPN — pretty much everyone, it seemed, except his father, Michael Sam Sr., who was quoted at the time as saying, “I’m old school. I’m a man-and-a-woman type of guy.” STORY: NFL Dad Sends Powerful Message by Confiscating Kids’ ‘Trophies for Nothing’ Shortly after, Sam discussed his estrangement from his dad during a segment of Dancing With the Stars, while he was a contestant.
Muslim Teen Defies Tradition to Become First Hijab-Wearing Ballerina

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Schools No Longer Punishing Athletes Harshly for Marijuana

Water pollution in Rio ahead of the Olympic Games

Michael Sam Makes Up With Dad Who Criticized Him for Being Gay

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15 Takes on Roasted Sweet Potatoes to Try This Thanksgiving
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ENTERTAINMENT

New A&E Show ‘Fit to Fat to Fit’ Makes Trainers Gain Weight — But What Does it Prove?
New A&E Show ‘Fit to Fat to Fit’ Makes Trainers Gain Weight — But What Does it Prove?Adonis Hill, a trainer on the upcoming show “Fit to Fat to Fit,” went from weighing 217 pounds to 286 pounds by consuming 8,000 calories a day.
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TECHNOLOGY

Dead fish cover North Carolina roads as flood waters recede after Hurricane Florence
Dead fish cover North Carolina roads as flood waters recede after Hurricane FlorenceFire crews dealing with the clean-up operation after Hurricane Florence are having to move thousands of dead fish from roadways after storm surges and flooded rivers brought shoals far inland. A team was deployed to interstate 40 where a large number of fish were hosed off the highway after the hurricane dropped eight trillion gallons of water on North Carolina.
Lindsey Graham: Blasey's Testimony Won't Sway My Vote 'Unless There's Something More'

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MOVIES

Our Fairy Tales Are Older Than Thought
Our Fairy Tales Are Older Than ThoughtMany traditional fairy tales, long thought to be a somewhat recent invention, have actually been around for thousands of years, according to a new study.
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