• Has the Kavanaugh Controversy Swayed You to Vote in the Midterms?

    Has the Kavanaugh Controversy Swayed You to Vote in the Midterms?

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    The resolution , written by Sen. Tammy Baldwin, failed nearly completely along party lines on Wednesday. The vote was only the latest time that Democrats attempted to turn the conversation toward health care . This, their thinking goes, is what voters really care about. "If I'm chairman next year, I'm going to remember this", Graham said, referring to Democrats' comments and actions during the hearings.
  • Chief Justice John Roberts orders new investigation into Brett Kavanaugh

    Chief Justice John Roberts orders new investigation into Brett Kavanaugh

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    Senate special election, accused her of ignoring the sexual assault allegations in order to confirm "a judge with partisan ideals she agrees with". Trump held a ceremonial swearing-in ceremony Monday night at the White House. The US now has the most reactionary court since the 1930s. Hotel Co. v. Parrish, the High Court upheld the constitutionality of Washington State's minimum wage law-which was a reversal of Adkins v.
  • Mental health services for young fail to live up to the promise

    Mental health services for young fail to live up to the promise

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    The World Health Organisation has called on African countries especially those with insurgency crises to focus more attention on the mental health of children and adolescents. Chance's tweet drew praise from others on Twitter , with many expressing thanks for his empathy. Looking to the future, the pair calls upon readers and national governments to put more funding into mental health support, before highlighting a collection of research on how to promote and protect mental health and ...
  • Kavanaugh to hear first arguments as Supreme Court justice

    Kavanaugh to hear first arguments as Supreme Court justice

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    Kavanaugh is accompanied by his wife Ashley Kavanaugh, third from left, and children Margaret, second from left, and Liza. Within a half hour of the start of his first oral argument on the Supreme Court Tuesday, Kavanaugh had already proved he wouldn't be a silent presence on the bench like Justice Clarence Thomas, who went through a similarly bruising confirmation process in 1991 but was famously quiet during questioning.
  • Flu Vaccines Offered at Sioux Falls School District

    Flu Vaccines Offered at Sioux Falls School District

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    According to statistics from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 80,000 Americans died a year ago from the influenza and its complications. "The flu shot is a dead virus shot". Influenza can potentially be a very serious illness and is highly contagious. "It's not just about keeping yourself healthy, but your community, too", officials of the CDC reported.
  • World Mental Health Day 2018

    World Mental Health Day 2018

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    About one in five adults in the US experiences some form of mental illness each year, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, but only 41 per cent of those affected received mental health care or services in the past year.
  • Nikki Haley Resigning as U.S. Ambassador to United Nations

    Nikki Haley Resigning as U.S. Ambassador to United Nations

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    Nevertheless, the announcement surprised many in the Trump administration. There was no immediate reaction from Haley or indication that the study was connected to her resignation. As ambassador, Haley was an outspoken and often forceful envoy - someone whom foreign diplomats looked to for guidance from an administration known for haphazard and inconsistent policy positions.
  • Local Residents Raise Money For Cancer In Pink Themed Campaign

    Local Residents Raise Money For Cancer In Pink Themed Campaign

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    This accounts for 15 percent of global cancer deaths. The abbreviated breast MRI is only provided to women with dense breasts who have had a mammogram within the previous 12 months, are age 40 or over, have no symptoms of breast disease, no history of breast cancer and no gene mutation.
  • Cancer Researchers Win 2018 Nobel Prize For Medicine

    Cancer Researchers Win 2018 Nobel Prize For Medicine

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    Allison , a renowned immunologist, on Tuesday shared the Nobel Prize for his discovery of cancer therapy by inhibition of negative immune regulation. Allison's insight, Perlmann said, was to trigger the brakes instead. As a researcher, "I like being on the edge and being wrong a lot". Arnault, 72, is married to a member of the Swedish Academy which selects the Nobel Literature Prize victor, and his cultural club Forum received generous funding from the Academy.
  • Flannery ousted at GE after less than 2 years

    Flannery ousted at GE after less than 2 years

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    Last week, shares in the company fell seven percent, pushing GE's market capitalization below $100 billion and causing Wall Street analysts to cut their price targets. The deal expanded GE's exposure to gas, coal and nuclear power . Since then, GE has announced the sale of several divisions, including its rail and health technology units.
  • Klobuchar Grills Kavanaugh On Drinking At Nomination Hearing

    Klobuchar Grills Kavanaugh On Drinking At Nomination Hearing

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    Kavanaugh found himself prompted under questioning to define frat house phrases from his yearbook like "ralph" - a slang verb meaning to vomit from too many drinks - in a Supreme Court nomination hearing. "I'm sorry about that". "She was willing to come forward, not to just a jury box of strangers...for the nation", said Klobuchar. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) about the definition of the term "ralph".