President Trump is donating his salary to opioid crisis

President Trump is donating his salary to opioid crisis

President Donald Trump has pledged to donate his third quarter presidential salary to fighting the opioid crisis in the US.   That is about $100,000 of his $400,000 salary, which is pennies compared to the estimated $500 billion a year the...
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New school lunch standards may sacrifice nutriton

New school lunch standards may sacrifice nutriton

School lunches are set to get saltier, sweeter and less nutritious following a new rule from the US Department of Agriculture Wednesday. The USDA’s School Meal Flexibility Rule cuts schools slack on several nutritional requirements implemented under the ...
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Musical Instruments Of Assam, Indian Music

Musical Instruments Of Assam, Indian Music

 Musical Instruments of the Assam add to the rhythm of the festivals of the state. Assam is land of beautiful culture and tradition. To enrich the culture of this land, the traditional music of different tribes and sub-tribes of the...
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German Christmas market ‘unlikely’ the target in bomb scare

German Christmas market ‘unlikely’ the target in bomb scare

BERLIN – German police said Saturday it appeared doubtful that a suspicious package containing nails that led to a bomb scare in a city near Berlin was targeted at a Christmas market.The package was delivered Friday to a pharmacy on...
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Chicken soup is proven to help fight off colds

Chicken soup is proven to help fight off colds

Cuddling up with a bowl of chicken soup is the best cure for colds this winter season, according to researchers. A study found that chicken soup could ease the symptoms of upper respiratory infections because it contains anti-inflammatory agents. Further...
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In a Venezuela Ravaged by Inflation, ‘a Race for Survival’

In a Venezuela Ravaged by Inflation, ‘a Race for Survival’

Venezuelans of all socio-economic classes have been buffeted by sharply rising costs amid desperate scarcities of food and medicine, the collapse of public services and the medical system, and rampant crime. Their purchasing power has plummeted as wage increas...
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Whirlpool tumble dryers: MPs’ anger as replacement ends

Whirlpool tumble dryers: MPs’ anger as replacement ends

MPs are demanding to know why the white goods manufacturer Whirlpool ended a product replacement scheme for dangerous tumble dryers. The Commons business committee says one million of the defective machines remain in UK homes. Last week, a coroner blamed...
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UP civic polls: EVMs were rigged, say SP, BSP

UP civic polls: EVMs were rigged, say SP, BSP

The Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party has called the BJP’s win in the U.P. civic polls a result of rigged EVMs and misuse of State machinery. While BSP chief Mayawati alleged that there was “rigging and fraud” in...
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Rahul’s poser to Modi

Rahul’s poser to Modi

Continuing with his posers to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the run-up to the Gujarat Assembly elections, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday posted his fourth question on Twitter: “Why Gujarat stands at 26th position in terms of government ex...
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Barclays axes free Kaspersky product as a ‘precaution’

Barclays axes free Kaspersky product as a ‘precaution’

Image copyright AFP/Getty Images Barclays has stopped offering free Kaspersky anti-virus products to new customers following an official warning about Russian security software. The bank emailed 290,000 online banking customers on Saturday to say the move was ...
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How Ireland Moved to the Left: ‘The Demise of the Church’

How Ireland Moved to the Left: ‘The Demise of the Church’

Ireland moved to the left on other social issues, too. It decriminalized homosexuality in 1992, removed restrictions on the sale of contraception in 1993 and legalized divorce in 1996. The Irish voted twice, in 1992 and 2002, to permit abortion...
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