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Trump ponders taking insulin despite not being diabetic

05/27 05:15 Anonymous 0

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump pondered on Tuesday whether he should be taking insulin, a hormone typically prescribed to diabetics, during an announcement for a plan which would aim to drastically reduce the price of insulin for people on Medicare.have diabetes, and 90% to 95% of them have Type 2 diabetes, according to the 2017 National Diabetes Statistics Report.

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24-team tournament will complete 2019-20 season

05/27 05:15 Anonymous 0

The league took a big step Tuesday toward completing its 2019-20 season amid the coronavirus pandemic.Commissioner Gary Bettman announced a 24-team playoff format that was accepted by the Players’ Association through a vote that concluded Friday night.

DOJ says LA, Illinois limits may be unconstitutional

DOJ says LA, Illinois limits may be unconstitutional

05/23 02:55 Anonymous 0

In a letter to Los Angeles officials, Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband said their recent comments suggesting that stay-at-home orders may stay in place longer "may be both arbitrary and unlawful.In a memo, Barr acknowledged that while lockdowns are "necessary" to stop the spread of the virus, such restrictions have placed "tremendous burdens" on Americans.

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242 stores to close in bankruptcy

05/19 00:35 Anonymous 0

Days after filing for bankruptcy, J.According to a document filed with the Securities and Exchanges Commission on Monday, approximately 29% of the retailer's 846 stores, or 242 locations, will close between the current fiscal year and next fiscal year.

'Leave It to Beaver' star dies at 76

'Leave It to Beaver' star dies at 76

05/19 00:35 Anonymous 0

Ken Osmond, best known as Eddie Haskell on TV's "Leave It to Beaver," has died at 76, USA TODAY has confirmed.The ironic thing about 'Beaver' is that it was never a top 10 show during the original network run.

Videos show multiple people at Ga. construction site

Videos show multiple people at Ga. construction site

05/19 00:35 Anonymous 0

Surveillance footage reportedly shows multiple people walking through a construction site where Georgia jogger Ahmaud Arbery stopped before being gunned down moments later in an incident that has triggered national outrage.He also said Arbery attacked his son before he was shot.

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Trump says he's taking hydroxychloroquine

05/19 00:35 Anonymous 0

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump said Monday he is taking hydroxychloroquine, a drug that he's repeatedly touted as a treatment for coronavirus, despite warnings about its effectiveness.He said the White House physician "didn't recommend" hydroxychloroquine but offered it to him.

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Mike Pompeo said watchdog Steve Linick firing not retaliation

05/19 00:35 Anonymous 0

WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo denied that he recommended the firing of the department's watchdog because of an investigation into Pompeo's conduct, saying instead that the official was "undermining" the State Department's mission.He acknowledged asking President Donald Trump to fire Linick but declined to name any specific instances of Linick's "undermining" the State Department, the outlet reported.

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180 people exposed on Mother's Day

05/19 00:35 Anonymous 0

A person who attended a Mother's Day church service in California learned they tested positive for COVID-19 the next day, health officials said Friday.The more than 180 people who attended the service with the infected person have been notified and instructed to self-quarantine, according to a statement from Butte County Public Health.

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Joe Biden campaign said he would rescind Keystone Pipeline permit

05/19 00:35 Anonymous 0

WASHINGTON – Joe Biden's presidential campaign said Monday that if he were elected to the White House, he would rescind the Keystone XL Pipeline permit.The Keystone XL pipeline proposal was initially rejected in 2015 by the Obama administration, which included Biden as vice president, but approved two years later by the Trump administration.

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Princeton graduation 2020: School's first black valedictorian

05/12 21:05 Anonymous 0

– A Canadian student has made history after becoming Princeton's first black valedictorian in the university's 274 years, the Ivy League school said in a statement.Nicholas Johnson, 22, was told in late April that he will be the first black student to give the university's closing farewell statement in a virtual commencement on May 31, according to school officials.