Fate of the Furious Drops In 2nd Weekend

The Fate of the Furious zoomed to a record-breaking opening weekend at the worldwide box office, but in the U.S.it's about to take a sharp downturn. It's headed to a weekend comparable to that of recent releases Monkey Kingdom ($1.5 million Friday ... More..

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Trump signs executive actions to review tax regulations, roll back Dodd-Frank
by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

Trump signs executive actions to review tax regulations, roll back Dodd-Frank

President Trump is directing his treasury secretary to review the Dodd-Frank reform law that was enacted in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. Mnuchin has said more than once that a housing-finance ov...More..

Study links diet sodas and higher risk of stroke and dementia
by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

Study links diet sodas and higher risk of stroke and dementia

And they recommended that people lay off sugary drinks , too. The lead researcher of the study says more work needs to be done to study the health effects of diet drinks . Johnson, professor of nutrition ...More..

Congress returns to a quagmire
by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

Congress returns to a quagmire

That would pay for less than three years of the cost-sharing reduction subsidies, according to the Congressional Budget Office's projections, and giving Trump his wall now would nearly certainly encourage him...More..

by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

Thousands rally in Grant Park at March for Science

The fact that it's also Earth Day isn't a coincidence: protestors turned out to rally behind the need for environmental policy that effectually addresses climate change. Gibbs said that when Canadian scient...More..

by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

Thousands of Californians expected to join March for Science

Satellite marches were held nationwide in cities big and small, including Auburn, Ala., Valdosta, Ga., Honolulu, Clearwater, Fla., Cleveland, Dallas, and Green Bay, Wis., and at Old Faithful in Yellowstone Nat...More..

Kansas gains jobs, unemployment rate hits 16-year low
by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

Kansas gains jobs, unemployment rate hits 16-year low

ME posted a 3 percent unemployment rate for March, the lowest since the current method of measuring unemployment was adopted in 1976, according to the state's chief economist. In March, the national jobless rat...More..

by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

Jurors reach guilty verdict in state police ambush case

The trial will now enter the penalty phase where, after hearing from witnesses from both sides, the jury will decide if Frein will be sentenced to life in prison or if he will receive the death penalty. Prosecu...More..

by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

President Trump awards Purple Heart in first visit to Walter Reed

The President pinned the Purple Heart to Barrientos' lapel and patted him on the back. President Trump, with first lady Melania Trump, talks with Sgt. His widow, Carryn Owens, attended the president's Februa...More..

by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

North Korea tells USA and its allies: 'Don't mess with us'

Pence said he had spoken with Trump and by 2020 some 60 percent of the us naval fleet would be in the region and Japan's role will grow. Beijing denied its aircraft were on an increased level of alert. Yet ...More..

France on Edge on Eve of Unpredictable Presidential Election
by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

France on Edge on Eve of Unpredictable Presidential Election

Mr Macron served as an economy minister in Mr Hollande's government and took the French establishment by surprise when he launched his presidency bid previous year. In her last public meeting in Paris before ...More..

White House tries to clear confusion over USS Vinson mission
by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

White House tries to clear confusion over USS Vinson mission

Forces in this region". "We do believe China can do more", he added. "But that's not what we ever said ", Spicer said. The Navy announced on April 9 that the Carl Vinson Strike Group would skip a regular...More..

by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

Ann Coulter Vows to Speak at UC Berkeley Despite Ban

And after consulting with university police, officials said, they could not find a venue available on that date that would allow them to protect Coulter, the audience and bystanders. The Washington Post report...More..

by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

The Best Signs From SF's March For Science

The marches put a new twist on the traditional Earth Day activities, the aim of which was to reaffirm "the vital role science plays in our democracy", according to the march's website. This was the first protes...More..

Conversion of brain cells may help Parkinson's patients
by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

Conversion of brain cells may help Parkinson's patients

However, the researchers admitted that a number of more studies are required before similar tests can be conducted on people with Parkinson-like symptoms. The therapy essentially reprograms brain cells to mak...More..

After thermocol fiasco, Minister plans plastic balls experiment
by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

After thermocol fiasco, Minister plans plastic balls experiment

To prevent loss of water due to evaporation, Tamil Nadu minister Sellur K Raju came out with an ingenious idea of floating thermocol sheets on the water surface of Vagai dam that caters to the drinking water ne...More..

by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

Crowd Gathers for Washington's March for Science

It is one of over 400 marches held in 35 countries to support and celebrate science. The rally was just one of about 600 taking place in cities across the globe amid anxiety over what many regard as the growing...More..

Mother Of India's US Envoy Navtej Sarna Allegedly Assaulted By Maternal Grandson
by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

Mother Of India's US Envoy Navtej Sarna Allegedly Assaulted By Maternal Grandson

Police sources say the woman was assaulted by her grandson Karan Dev Chopra, over an alleged property dispute. According to the woman's complaint, the accused - her daughter's son - had been demanding that she ...More..

by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

Black, Muslim judge, a NY court trailblazer, found dead

Police sources said there were no signs of obvious trauma or injuries indicating foul play. Janet DiFiore, chief judge of the state Court of Appeals, remembered Abdus-Salaam as a beloved colleague. Abdus-Sala...More..

by | Sunday, April 23, 2017

No US role in Libya beyond defeating IS, says Trump

Trump and Republicans are eager to take another crack at replacing President Barack Obama's health-care law, following the implosion of an earlier attempt, in March. In addition to discussing the issue of Iran,...More..