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  1. Junichiro Koizumi, Former Prime Minister of JapanRead the original story

    1 min ago | The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan

    ... initiative. In July, he launched a fund at home to support former US navy sailors and marines who have developed health problems after taking part in "Operation Tomodachi (Friends)," a US military relief effort in the wake of the triple disaster ...


  2. James Tucker's injury a 'massive blow' as Waikato consider cover options for NPCRead the original story w/Photo

    1 min ago |

    The 22-year-old forward suffered a season-ending knee last Saturday, as Waikato defended the Ranfurly Shield with a 26-15 win over North Harbour. This year was Tucker's first playing Super Rugby for the Chiefs, but it ended with him struggling with a hernia problem.


  3. Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filingsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 min ago | Business Wire

    Fitch h... )--AGCO Corporation , un fabricante lider y distribuidor mundial de equipos agricolas, anuncia actualizaciones de funcion para su producto de telemetria A... )--Recovery Centers of America, the finest provider of drug and alcohol addiction treatment, participates in a variety of International Overdose Awareness Day ev... )--On August 30, 2016, the Board of Trustees of Dreyfus High Yield Strategies Fund declared from net investment income a monthly cash dividend of $0.0265 per sha... )--Dell will hold a conference call with analysts and investors on Thursday, Sept.


  4. 'Anonymous donor' gives Craig Sager hope in leukemia fight :0Read the original story w/Photo

    1 min ago | New York Post

    TNT reporter Craig Sager is scheduled to have his third bone marrow/stem cell transplant Wednesday in his ongoing battle with leukemia. Thanks to an anonymous donor, tmrw my Dad will enter an unimaginable milestone w/ his 3rd bone marrow/stem cell transplant in a 3year span Y Y'a "I've already had two stem cell transplants," Sager said at the time.


  5. AHF Lauds CA Legislature for Passing HIV Testing Bill & STD Outreach...Read the original story

    2 min ago | Information Technology

    AIDS Healthcare Foundation today lauded the California Legislature for approving two important public health bills intended to improve the lives and health of Californians. The bills moves on to Governor Edmund G. Brown's desk for his consideration and signature.


  6. Hospital, hepatitis C outbreak victims reach settlementRead the original story w/Photo

    4 min ago |

    " Trinity Health and its hospital in Minot have agreed in principal on a legal settlement with 21 victims of the largest hepatitis C outbreak in recent U.S. history, though Trinity's legal fight with a nursing home where most people were sickened will continue. Trinity attorneys filed a request asking state Judge Todd Cresap to dismiss the lawsuit, saying Trinity recently reached a confidential settlement resolving the plaintiffs' claims.


  7. Charges filed to fire 5 officers in Chicago police shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | KLTV Tyler

    Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson has filed formal administrative charges to fire the officer who fatally shot black teenager Laquan McDonald in 2014. Johnson filed charges Tuesday to fire Officer Jason Van Dyke along with four other officers who were at the scene of the shooting.


  8. Surveillance video shows one of six Tyler church break-insRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | KLTV Tyler

    Tyler police said there have been six church burglaries in the just the last couple of weeks. The Tyler Tabernacle, Saints Peter and Paul Chapel and First Christian Church, are just three of the churches involved.


  9. Initial MRI shows torn ACL for Yuma Catholic QB StoverRead the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago | Yuma Sun

    The injury occurred on the Shamrocks' fifth offensive play Friday night in their season-opening 27-0 loss to St. Mary's. It was Stover's first start with varsity; he was in a quarterback competition with Stetson Stallworth last summer before tearing the ACL in his other knee and getting season-ending surgery.


  10. B.C. surgery's practice of billing challenged by Health MinistryRead the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago | Globe and Mail

    ... Surgery Centre in Vancouver in 2010. (JOHN LEHMANN/The Globe and Mail) Brian Day, a crusader for greater private health-care access, will be in a Vancouver courtroom next week for the start of a lawsuit challenging provincial rules that pertain to ...


  11. Local Woodcarver Remembers Work With Gene WilderRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | WNEP-TV Moosic

    A world champion chainsaw carver from Luzerne County is remembering Gene Wilder, the late great actor who passed away Monday from complications from Alzheimer's disease. "Very gentle, kind type person, easy spoken, you know, but very intelligent, and he knew what he wanted," said Beach, describing Wilder.


  12. Noah Wilson's father says Eric Hosmer's latest award is well-deservedRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | KMBC-TV

    With a World Series ring, Gold Glove awards and an All-Star Game MVP honor in his trophy case, Eric Hosmer has had a highly decorated career as a Kansas City Royal. Hosmer received another honor Tuesday, picking up the team's Heart and Hustle award.


  13. 10 Things to Know for WednesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | WWSB

    If confirmed, the death of chief strategist Abu Muhammed al-Adnani would be a major blow to the extremist group, which has been on the retreat in Syria and Iraq. The move dramatically escalates the fight over whether America's biggest corporations are paying their fair share around the world.


  14. Anti-Vaxxers Continue to Jeopardize KidsRead the original story

    18 min ago | Drudge Retort

    The contrast between parents' attitudes about vaccines today and a decade ago is striking. A survey published Monday by the American Academy of Pediatrics shows that more and more moms and dads are refusing the shots for their children.


  15. Schools issue new vaccine requirementRead the original story w/Photo

    19 min ago | KVEW-TV Kennewick

    A new vaccine requirement for high school students could mean even more last minute drop-ins for the Benton Franklin Health District. Dr. Amy Person at the Benton Franklin Health District said since 2006, the health recomendation has always been the two Chickenpox shots.


  16. Doctor calls people at risk for Alzheimera s out of shadowsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 min ago |

    ... that should be done to keep them independent." The Columbus Memory Center's nonprofit, the Medical Research and Health Education Foundation, is recruiting participants for a Alzheimer's Prevention Initiative Generation Study, Liss said. The study is ...


  17. UN: 323 Million at Risk of Disease From Dirty WaterRead the original story w/Photo

    21 min ago | Voice of America

    A China Railway bullet train travels above a river polluted by leaked fuel in Shaoxing, Zhejiang province, April 29, 2015. More than 300 million people in Asia, Africa and Latin America are at risk of life-threatening diseases like cholera and typhoid because of the increasing pollution of water in rivers and lakes, the U.N. Environment Programme said Tuesday.


  18. Seven New Movies to See This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    21 min ago | Willamette Week

    The Portland Film Festival ends this week with seniors playing tennis and school children becoming photographers. The most blockbustery of your options is Morgan , in which Paul Giamatti psychoanalyses a synthetic human.


  19. Teddy Bridgewater Has Torn ACL, Dislocated Left KneeRead the original story w/Photo

    23 min ago | The Big Lead

    Teddy Bridgewater won't be playing football any time soon. The official diagnosis came down from the Minnesota Vikings doctors on Tuesday night and the verdict is not good.


  20. David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox DH, gives big hug, flowers to cancer survivor he took photo with in 2004Read the original story w/Photo

    23 min ago |

    Amber DaRosa took a photo with David Ortiz as a 6-year-old bald-headed cancer patient back in 2004. DaRosa, now a cancer survivor, returned to Fenway Park tonight to throw out the first pitch before the Red Sox and Rays games.