• 1st sunrise service slated for Easter at Greenlawn
1st sunrise service slated for Easter at Greenlawn

Pastor J.J. Johnson of Impact Church, delivers the Easter Sunday sermon during the fourth annual North End Community Sunrise Service at First Baptist Church of San Bernardino in San Bernardino on April 1, 2018. Westminster Presbyterian Church , 2915 Glenn Ave., will hold a Good Friday service at 7 p.m. Friday. Age groups will hunt as follows:...

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  • Diesel price crosses Rs 70-per-litre mark in Kerala
Diesel price crosses Rs 70-per-litre mark in Kerala

Also between November, 2014 and Jan, 2016 when global crude prices were falling, Centre raised excise duty on fuel 9 times to take away gains arising from plummeting global oil prices. India has the highest retail prices of petrol and diesel among South Asian nations as taxes account for half of the pump rates. While talking to reporters, Mini...

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  • Dalai Lama 60 years in exile
Dalai Lama 60 years in exile

It is not immediately clear why the Centre allowed a Minister and senior member of the ruling party to attend the event just a little over a month after MEA issued a directive to all Ministries advising senior officials not to get associated with the program in the backdrop of tactical outreach to China ahead of summit meet between the PM and Chi...

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  • United Nations chief calls for independent probe into Gaza deaths
United Nations chief calls for independent probe into Gaza deaths

Kuwait requested the meeting to discuss the unraveling situation in Gaza, where Palestinians said Israeli fire killed 16 people in the conflict's deadliest single day since the 2014 Gaza war. USA diplomat Walter Miller told the council, "We are deeply saddened by the loss of life today". The United States and Israel attempted to delay a Counci...

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  • Severe bleeding caused by fake pot triggers health alert in IL
Severe bleeding caused by fake pot triggers health alert in IL

The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) is warning people about the dangers of synthetic cannabinoids -often called fake weed, K2 and spice- after a number of people in Chicago who used synthetic cannabinoids suffered life-threatening bleeding.

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  • Unarmed California man shot 8 times by police
Unarmed California man shot 8 times by police

Clark also received a gunshot wound to his side and another to his left thigh, Omalu said . Police were responding to reports of someone breaking into vehicle windows on the night Clark was shot. The independent autopsy , Crump and his team said, was undertaken to guarantee impartiality. "Each one of these bullets independently possessed a ...

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  • Reports of severe bleeding linked to synthetic pot on rise in IL
Reports of severe bleeding linked to synthetic pot on rise in IL

Officials warn that while most of the bleeding has been in the Chicago area, the tainted synthetic pot may have spread throughout the state. "Despite the perception that synthetic cannabinoids are safe and a legal alternative to marijuana, many are illegal and can cause severe illness", Dr Nirav Shah, IDPH director, said.

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  • Chelsea negotiating mega Robert Lewandowski transfer: Alvaro Morata playing role
Chelsea negotiating mega Robert Lewandowski transfer: Alvaro Morata playing role

The Spanish striker moved to West London in a £58 million from Real Madrid in the summer, and initially looked to be an instant hit, scoring eight goals in his first nine games for the club. The 25-year-old was left out of coach Julen Lopetegui's team that defeated Argentina 6-1 in an worldwide friendly game, after playing 1-1 draw against curren...

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  • Coffee may soon come with a cancer warning in California
Coffee may soon come with a cancer warning in California

Superior Court Judge Elihu Berle sided with a nonprofit's case against dozens of coffee companies , including Starbucks , Peets and other chains, saying that businesses that sold coffee were in violation of a state regulation requiring businesses with at least 10 employees to disclose the prevalence of carcinogens and toxic chemicals .

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  • Corn acres down nationwide
Corn acres down nationwide

Illinois, the top soybean producer, will plant 10.6 million acres, the same as a year ago. Corn has been dethroned as the king of crops as farmers report they intend to plant more soybeans than corn for the first time in 35 years. - All cotton planted area for 2018 is expected to total 13.5 million acres, 7 percent above past year. In the...

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  • Cracked it! Experts find answer to the knuckle-popping puzzle
Cracked it! Experts find answer to the knuckle-popping puzzle

They concluded that the knuckle cracking sound comes from a partial collapse of the bubbles in the joints which contradicts a previous study from 2015 which suggests that the knuckle cracking sound comes from the formation of the bubbles.

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  • Dawson's Creek Cast: Then and Now
Dawson's Creek Cast: Then and Now

Katherine, who is actually nearly two years older than Michelle, ended up making a name for herself in sci-fi series Roswell , which debuted more than a year after Dawson's Creek premiered in 1998. However, Williams was the one meant to play Jen while Heigl scored a different job on The WB just a year later. Heigl was ultimately cast as Izzie ...

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  • Air New Zealand's ruthless offer to cheating Steve Smith
Air New Zealand's ruthless offer to cheating Steve Smith

He and vice-captain David Warner have been banned from worldwide cricket for a year for their roles in the Cape Town cheating scandal. The Black Caps bowling unit is riding on a high after they dismantled the English line up at Eden Park last week, bowling them out for 58 last Thursday to effectively give the Kiwis the win and a 1-0 lead in the...

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  • Tinubu at 66: Don't accept PDP's apology, they can't come back
Tinubu at 66: Don't accept PDP's apology, they can't come back

WorldStage Newsonline- The ruling party, All Progressives Congress (APC) has described Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu as front-line politician who built lasting political bridges and alliances across divides in the country. We didn't come as a political party showing our logo as honey and sugar. He said that there is no nation without its challenges. ...

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  • 'Postcard News' founder held on charges of spreading fake, sensitive news
'Postcard News' founder held on charges of spreading fake, sensitive news

There are two cases against Hegde. According to The News Minute , Postcard News had published a status message on 13 March on social media stating that a Jain monk who had come for the Shravanabelagola festival was attacked by Muslim youth.

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  • SC collegium breaks traditions, interacts with advocates recommended to be HC judges
SC collegium breaks traditions, interacts with advocates recommended to be HC judges

It had already been disposed of by the former Chief Justice of the Court, the Supreme Court had also accepted its findings. The Law Ministry departed from the procedure and wrote directly to Chief Justice of Karnataka HC, Justice Dinesh Maheshwari , regarding re-initiation of an inquiry against a judicial officer concerned as a judge in the HC, ...

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  • No Third Front without Congress, says Lalu Prasad Yadav
No Third Front without Congress, says Lalu Prasad Yadav

The RJD chief had been admitted to RIMS in Ranchi on 17 March over complaints of uneasiness while he was lodged at the Birsa Munda Jail. He is admitted under Department of Medicine, and is also being attended to by the other concerned departments.

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  • Delhi-Airport chaos: Power-banks, snags misplace thousands of bags, delay flights
Delhi-Airport chaos: Power-banks, snags misplace thousands of bags, delay flights

The Grandhi Mallikarjuna Rao (GMR) group, airport operator of Delhi International Airport Limited ( DIAL ) claimed that the delays happened due to a high number of check-ins with risky goods like power banks and lighters. The Delhi International Airport Ltd ( DIAL ) on Thursday said a slowdown in baggage handling system (BHS) due to increased level...

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  • Almost every state seeing increases in fatal drug overdoses — CDC
Almost every state seeing increases in fatal drug overdoses — CDC

But when it came to prescription opioid deaths, the rate increased by over 30%. That's an increase of more than 36 percent from 2015. The figures include both accidental and intentional overdoses, such as suicide. New Hampshire, West Virginia and MA were particularly hard-hit by synthetic opioids, the report says. Young adult men were most affe...

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  • Oregon, Washington Join Challenge To Citizenship Question On 2020 Census
Oregon, Washington Join Challenge To Citizenship Question On 2020 Census

Requires an accurate census count of "persons" not citizens. A new bill dubbed the 2020 Census IDEA (Improved Data and Enhanced Act) would bar the 2020 US census from including any questions about the citizenship status of those being counted, US Congressman Eliot Engel said in a Twitter message.

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  • Starbucks must carry coffee cancer risk warning label, judge rules
Starbucks must carry coffee cancer risk warning label, judge rules

Riggs Asset Managment Company who had been investing in Starbucks Corp for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $80.06B market cap company. MOBL's SI was 1.01M shares in March as released by FINRA. Since January 31, 2018, it had 0 insider purchases, and 3 sales for $13.62 million activity.

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  • Eating out increases levels of phthalates in the body, study finds
Eating out increases levels of phthalates in the body, study finds

Participants who ate cheeseburgers and other fast-food sandwiches were found to have 30 percent higher phthalates levels. In a study of more than 10,000 people in the US, researchers found that people who frequently eat out at restaurants, cafeterias and fast food joints have phthalate levels about 35 percent higher than people who mostly eat...

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  • UN Security Council: Houthi Missiles Are Serious Threat to KSA, Regional Security
UN Security Council: Houthi Missiles Are Serious Threat to KSA, Regional Security

The missile attacks were however successfully intercepted by the Saudi Air Defence forces. Debris fell on a home in the capital, killing an Egyptian man and wounding two others. Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz has vowed to respond strongly to "any aggression against the people, security or stability" of his country, the Saudi Press Agency has repor...

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  • Cot death risk increased by genetic mutation
Cot death risk increased by genetic mutation

While the cause of SIDS is still unknown, several factors have been shown to contribute to a child's risk for the condition, including brain defects, low birth weight, and respiratory infections. However, larger studies, including genetic testing of the parents, are needed before we can understand how much of a contribution mutations such as thos...

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  • Watching Live Music is Good for Your Health
Watching Live Music is Good for Your Health

To put that in perspective, the study concluded that a person's wellbeing increased by 21% from just 20 minutes of gig-time, compared to only 10% derived from doing yoga and only 7% for walking your dog. And those who walked their dog saw only a seven percent hike in their happiness. "A gig a fortnight which could pave the way for nearly a decade...

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