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Jennifer Lopez Shares Photo Cuddling With Drake

The photo fuels growing buzz about the nature of the could-be-couple's relationship. One look at their Instagram posts might give fans the answer they were hoping for. "I feel like she's such a girl's girl, which I love, because I'm a girl's girl and she seems very sweet", she gushed. Asked if she would like to collaborate with Rihanna in the future, Lopez replied: "Absolutely!" If they still look cozy together on social media after the project's buzz is over, we'll assume whatever they ... Read More »

Schools shut, navy on alert as cyclone bears down on south India


Over 15 teams of NDRF have been deployed in various coastal regions of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh which are on high alert due to the approaching cyclonic storm. In a statement, he said 260 trees and 37 electric poles had fallen and 190 trees removed. 8000 people have been taken to 54 relief centres in Tamil Nadu. Read More »

Women Who Are More Positive May Live Longer


Always look on the bright side of life - it could be the secret to longevity. "Our new findings suggest that we should make efforts to boost optimism, which has been shown to be associated with healthier behaviors and healthier ways of coping with life challenges", he added. Read More »

Fox reaches $14.2-bn preliminary deal to buy rest of Sky

Fox will pay 10.75 pounds ($13.50) per share for the 60% of Sky it doesn't already own. Fox advanced 3.7 per cent to $29.69 at 11:15 am in NY after rising as much as 6.2 per cent. There has always been speculation that another takeover deal was coming after James Murdoch, Rupert's son and the CEO of 21st Century Fox, became chairman of Sky in April. Read More »

E-cigarettes major concern, says US


E-cigarettes are considered tobacco products because a lot of them contain nicotine, which comes from tobacco. In a report being released Thursday, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy acknowledges a need for more research into the health effects of "vaping", but says e-cigarettes aren't harmless and too many teens are using them. Read More »

Trump Picks Fast Food Executive For Labor Secretary


Though Puzder does not oppose raising the minimum wage , he argues a large increase would lead to job losses given the burden it places on business owners. "In practice, this means reduced opportunities, bonuses, benefits, perks and promotions". "I don't think there's anything wrong with a attractive woman in a bikini, eating a burger and washing a Bentley or a pickup truck or being in a hot tub", Puzder told CNNMoney in 2015. Read More »

Officials investigating cause of massive Boston-area fire

WCVB's Shaun Chaiyabhat was at the scene moments after the flames began. Heavy flames engulfed multi-family buildings, including a former church that had been converted to condos, and several automobiles. More than 1,600 people lost power. According to the Globe , the fire originated at a three-family home under renovations on Berkshire Street, located in a residential neighborhood between Kendall and Inman squares. Read More »

Prince Harry celebrates Barbados' independence with Rihanna, take HIV test together


Prince Harry of England has continued highlighting the importance of knowing your HIV status, after joining forces with singer Rihanna to take an on-camera finger-prick test. It was the tenth day of Prince Harry's two-week official visit to the Caribbean and he spent a handsome day with a Barbadian beauty. He graces the Barbados' celebration of their 50 years of independence. Read More »

22 under arrest for fires set in Israel lines here please

A firefighting plane drops fire retardant during a wildfire, near the communal settlement of Nataf , close to Jerusalem November 23, 2016. At his weekly cabinet meeting held in Haifa on Sunday, Netanyahu said he wants to help those whose homes and businesses were destroyed. Read More »

UN agency lifts Zika emergency, prepares for long-term fight

But the change in designation does not represent a downgrading of Zika's importance, officials said . "That is a recipe for the very lack of preparedness the world has seen time and again with infectious diseases". But an expert committee advising the WHO on Zika concluded that a "public health emergency of global concern", as its known in the agency's vernacular, was no longer needed. Read More »

Voting begins after competing claims of fraud, intimidation


Complaints of voter intimidation were especially prevalent in Florida , Georgia, Ohio and Arizona with a disproportionate share coming from minority voters. Here's where to reach county elections offices . Not one of Oklahoma's 77 counties voted for Barack Obama in either of his presidential campaigns, and Democrat Hillary Clinton isn't expected to fare well in the state, either. Read More »

SNL Breaks Character For One Final - And Emotional - Election Skit


But the sketch takes a sudden, earnest turn when, in the middle of a rant about Clinton being "a liar" and "a crook", Baldwin suddenly breaks character , apologising to McKinnon and saying "I just hate yelling all this stuff at you". Then, in apparent attempt to demonstrate Trump is closer to the Federal Bureau of Investigation than he claims, the fictitious GOP presidential candidate kisses the agent on the lips and says, "No, I'm good sweetie". Read More »

Eagles release wide receiver Josh Huff


The NFL bans fans from carrying weapons in their stadiums, and previous year the Fraternal Order of Police tried to get the NFL to exempt off-duty and retired law enforcement officers from the ban, citing incidents of terrorism at high-volume venues and the security having responsible gun users in the stadium can provide. Read More »

Today Is The Final Day To Vote Early In Massachusetts


MA voters who want to cast their ballots early have to act quickly. Thousands of people have requested absentee ballots from Utah County this week, but some of them may not get a ballot in time to vote. First-time voter Callie Welsh, a junior interior design major, said voting is especially important for college students. "The race remains on the same path as it did before the release of the letter and after the release of the letter", said Michael McDonald, associate professor at the ... Read More »

Can energy drinks cause hepatitis?


To start with the patient thought he was battling a bout of flu. He was alarmed when his urine turned a dark color and his eyes and skin yellowed, both signs of hepatitis, according to the report. The patient didn't take any prescription medicines in the past days, didn't receive blood transfusions, and never had high-risk sexual relations, which completes all the general causes that produce hepatitis. Read More »

Californians using more water again

A sheriff's deputy has shot and killed a man who stabbed his wife outside a Los Angeles courthouse. But last year in September the savings was 36.7 percent when compared to the baseline year. 1, 2016 - September 30, 2017), planning for the possibility of another dry winter is essential. Data released Tuesday showed that residents and businesses conserved a bit more water in September than they had in August, but far less than they had the prior year. Read More »

Doctors: Skin patch may treat peanut allergies


The patch is now the subject of an ongoing American study conducted by the Consortium of Food Allergy Research , and funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. None of the patients reported serious reactions to the patch, which was created by DBV Technologies, a French biopharmaceutical company. For instance, following last year's publication of results from a randomized controlled trial of over 600 children, experts in the USA have issued interim guidance on ... Read More »

Dividend Overview: Kilroy Realty Corporation. (NYSE:KRC)

The Company operates in four segments: industrial office medical office real estate investments and service operations. (NYSE:ADC) last announced its quarterly earnings results on Monday, October 24th. The corporation holds 147.37 million outstanding shares and its 146.50 million shares were floated in the market. Insiders own 5.25% of the company's stock. Read More »

Blake Lively holds Amber Tamblyn's baby bump in new photo


The 33-year-old wrote in an essay for Glamour magazine that she is "going to be a mother soon". I'm pregnant, with a daughter on the way. "I don't think anyone can be". Amber seeks to change that outdated mentality and hopes to see a new dawn come about, before her own daughter grows into her teens and on into adulthood. Read More »

Howard throws 4 TDs, No. 12 West Virginia stomps TCU 34-10

OK, no shots anymore, I'm done with that, but every week our kids come out and give it and are ready to work and fun to coach. They're playing at a high level, too. The Sooners rushed for 260 yards in their victory over the Horned Frogs earlier this season. "That was crucial", senior cornerback Rasul Douglas said. Read More »

Girl Scouts Cookie Cereal Is Coming In January 2017


The flavor of Girl Scout cookies is one that's burned into our collective memories. First, they introduced us to Thin Mints ice cream, but now, Girl Scouts of America and General Mills are teaming up for a partnership of epic (and delicious) proportions. Read More »

Chiefs ship Knile Davis to Green Bay

The Green Bay Packers host the Chicago Bears on Thursday Night Football in Week 7, and we will see an intriguing change at the running back position. Rodgers has been bad the past two weeks and needs to start playing better or the packers are in big trouble. The Bears lost to Indianapolis on a late touchdown pass from Andrew Luck to T.Y. Read More »

'Lucky' pennies worth $1000 are strewn across 10 major cities


Ally Bank says it is hoping to encourage Americans to look for opportunities to save through its "Lucky Penny" promotion, which launched this week. The other side features the coin's value of 100,000 cents. When someone finds one, he or she can claim the $1,000 prize by logging on to the Ally Lucky Penny website at "We believe every penny counts when it comes to saving and it's important for everyone to understand that routinely saving, even the smallest amounts, is ... Read More »

Health insurance rates for some may spike 30% or more

Health insurers had to decide if they would participate in ACA exchanges by September 23, but information about marketplace participation has not been made available despite the open enrollment deadline of November 1 approaching. "I know that there has been much talk and discussion about marketplace rate increases this year". Instead of setting a goal for what it expects exchange enrollment to be by the end of 2017, as it has done in previous years, the Department of Health and Human ... Read More »

Experts gives temperature measures in hot car death case


During his testimony Harris was seen openly sobbing . Tuesday's testimony began with Cobb County Medical Examiner Investigator Martin Jackson, who evaluated Cooper's body at the scene. Though his initial report said the manner of Cooper's death was undetermined, on the stand, Frist said he believes it was a homicide. Mark Wilson , 23, encountered defendant Justin Ross Harris June 18, 2014, in the holding area of the jail, where Wilson was serving a 24-hour sentence for a DUI. Read More »

Too-Inky Pens May Erringly Record 'No' Vote on Mail-In Ballots


Voters must return their ballots by Election Day (postmarked November 8) for them to be counted . Some three million ballots will be mailed out across Colorado. "We do check every signature against the voter registration signature to ensure that the voter that voted the ballot is the one that is registered", said McLaughlin. Read More »

It's That Time Again, Medicare Part D Open Enrollment


To help eliminate some of the detective work, CLAIM, Missouri's free Medicare counseling program, recommends taking three steps for 2017. We can answer questions concerning Medicare, Medicare supplements, Medicare prescription drugs, Medicare Advantage Plans and other health insurance concerns. Read More »

Breast Cancer Deaths Continue to Decline in U.S.

The most common form of breast cancer is Ductal Carcinoma, which is when cancer cells begin forming in the breast ducts. Women are less likely to die of breast cancer than they were a decade ago, but not all women are benefiting from that trend. Read More »

Tax Soda To Fight Obesity, WHO Urges Nations Around The Globe

Decreasing the cost of vegetable and fruits through government subsidies also helps increase the amount of consumption of these natural products. It also points out that some groups, including people living on low incomes, young people and those who frequently consume unhealthy foods and beverages, are most responsive to changes in prices of drinks and foods and, therefore, gain the highest health benefits. Read More »