• ICE Moves Undocumented Woman With Brain Tumor To Detention Facility

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    Under U.S. law and global law, people coming to the U.S. can seek asylum if they fear for their safety in their home country, and their human rights must be protected while their claims are being reviewed. Sara Beltran-Hernandez is seen with one of her children in an undated photo. Dallas attorney Chris Hamilton says he was asked by Amnesty International to represent Beltran-Hernandez and showed up at the Prairieland Detention Center Wednesday evening after visiting hours.
  • One mumps case reported in Okanogan Co

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    The AADPH says mumps is a virus spread through saliva and mucus from the mouth, nose or throat. Toronto Public Health (TPH) confirmed the increase of cases of the contagious viral infection Friday, adding all the patients ranged from 18 to 35 years old and had previously frequented bars in the west end of the city.
  • Owning A Cat Does Not Lead To Mental Illness, Study Finds

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    It looked at families who owned cats in the 1990s and watched the children grow up. Specifically, the researchers looked at the suggestion that parasites in cat droppings could have an effect on mental health problems, US News and World Report states .
  • Virat Kohli wary of 'outstanding' Mitchell Starc

    Virat Kohli wary of 'outstanding' Mitchell Starc

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    However, Australia possess something in their arsenal that none of the three earlier visitors had: A top quality bowling attack spearheaded by an out-and-out pacer who also happens to be a left-armer. To earn the opportunity to bowl on an Indian spinning paradise, players must succeed with an overspinning craft that manifestly collapses in the Asian arena.
  • GOP's Obamacare Replacement Plan Begins To Emerge

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    Emergency surgery and immediate enrollment in Medicaid through the Affordable Care Act expansion saved him thousands of dollars in treatment and recovery. If it's an emergency, however, hospitals can not turn them away.?Those costs are passed on to other consumers. The tax credit would be based on a person's age, not their income, unlike in the Affordable Care Act, according to a PowerPoint presentation given to House members.
  • More than half say politics is a source of stress

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    And over the course of the decade, stress levels had been gradually decreasing. The last regular APA Harris poll was taken in August of previous year - but the Association commissioned an addition poll in January 2017, and that pol found the first spike in American stress levels since the survey began.
  • Aetna, Humana Terminate Merger Deal After Court Defeat

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    Shares of Cigna rose 0.6 percent, while Anthem dropped 0.4 percent. To view the full article, register now. Anthem on January 18 extended its merger agreement with Cigna through April 30, 2017. The suit seeks declaratory judgment that Cigna has lawfully terminated the merger agreement and that Anthem is not permitted to extend the termination date.
  • Various cheeses recalled due to listeria concerns

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    The affected products include Sliced Pepper Jack Cheese, Sliced Colby-Jack Cheese, Chef Blends Shredded Taco Cheese, Off The Block Shredded Fine Cut Cheddar Jack Cheese, and Off The Block Shredded Fine Cut Colby-Jack Cheese. The items were shipped to retail locations in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.
  • Too much self-tanning lotion? Orange gator puzzles residents

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    To Butfiloski's knowledge there is no new orange-colored species of the reptile which frequents the SC waters. Clemson won their first National Championship since 1981 and bandwagon fans have been coming out everywhere with their support of the Tigers including THE POND.
  • Shutdown in IOK on martyrdom anniversary of Afzal Guru

    Shutdown in IOK on martyrdom anniversary of Afzal Guru

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    Authorities imposed strict restrictions to prevent anti-government protests and rallies on the occasion. At places in the heart of old Srinagar including Gojwara and Mashali Mohalla, Hawal, Concertina razor wire has been laid on the main roads and to block some side streets.
  • Brexit deal will go to United Kingdom parliamentary vote: minister

    Brexit deal will go to United Kingdom parliamentary vote: minister

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    Britain's Supreme Court has ruled that the United Kingdom government doesn't have to consult legislatures in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland before it starts the formal process of leaving the EU. So do I, and so does this House, which last week voted by a majority of 384 in support of the government triggering Article 50. Cancer-hit Tory MP Nick Boles will shame Labour frontbencher Diane Abbott today by leaving his hospital bed to vote on the Government's crucial Brexit bill.
  • Sheriff warns murder suspect Boyette 'turn yourself in'

    Sheriff warns murder suspect Boyette 'turn yourself in'

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    Authorities have warned that the suspects are armed and considered very unsafe. The pair's exact relationship remains unclear, but Morgan said investigators are treating her as a suspect instead of a possible kidnapping victim because she had opportunities to "make an escape, to walk away" from Boyette and even dyed her hair orange.
  • Heart Disease is a Bigger Threat to Women than Cancer

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    February is Heart Month. Experts say small changes can make a big difference in preventing heart disease. While men and women show traditional symptoms of heart disease such as chest pains or heart palpations, women often show additional symptoms such as fatigue, soreness in the arms or shoulders, and back pain, which can be easily dismissed in people who don't know the warning signs of heart disease.
  • 1 in 4 Teen E-Cigarette Users Has Tried 'Dripping'

    1 in 4 Teen E-Cigarette Users Has Tried 'Dripping'

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    The Yale study, the first to look at dripping rates among teens, recommends that more analysis be done on the toxicity of hot vapors produced by dripping, and that regulators consider imposing restrictions so e-cigarettes can not be modified for uses like dripping.
  • Pregnant Beyonce Will

    Pregnant Beyonce Will "Perform At The Grammys 2017"

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    Her first pregnancy, with Blue Ivy, requiring her being on bed rest. "We would like to share our love and happiness", the post reads. "We have been blessed two times over", Beyonce wrote in her Instagram post. Beyoncé didn't reveal any further details about her pregnancy - like a due date or the sex of her twins - but fans think they have the genders already figured out.