Doctors may begin recommending their patients start screening for colorectal cancer at an earlier age.Preventive Services Task Force, a volunteer panel of national experts in prevention medicine, issued a statement that recommends screening should begin at 45 years old, instead of 50, as previous guidelines stated.
The first to be a head coach in the NBA’s developmental league.What, then, is the barrier keeping a woman from being a head coach in the NBA?
All 12 Republican senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to authorize the subpoenas for Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey.The 10 Democrats on the panel boycotted Thursday's meeting over its consideration of Judge Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination, which the panel approved.
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Fox News fires Ed Henry after sexual misconduct investigationEd Henry was terminated after Fox News received a complaint on June 25 from a former employee's attorney.Former Fox News anchor Ed Henry is seeking to dismiss a lawsuit filed by two women, including one whose complaints got him terminated in July for alleged sexual misconduct.
But the microphones of both candidates will be on during the "open discussion" portion of the debate, the commission said.The commission said both campaigns this week "again reaffirmed" their agreement to a two-minute, uninterrupted rule to kick off each segment.
Astros infielder Alex Bregman had teammates watch the ESPN documentary on that series, Four Days in October, before Houston's comeback.His replacement, Don Metz, had four goals and three assists as Toronto outscored Detroit 19-7 in the final four games.
Guardrails of Democracy is about identifying reforms designed to reinvigorate and secure our existing system of checks and balances.To paraphrase Donald Rumsfeld, we’re soldiering through this election season with the checks and balances we’ve got.
COVID pushed protests outside Every few minutes, shouting would bring Kavanaugh's hearings to a halt.On Thursday — the last day of Barrett's hearings — Capitol Police said 27 people were arrested, fewer than half the 69 people who were arrested on the last day of the Kavanaugh hearings.
Last year, the University Network for Human Rights went even deeper, surveying residents living within a mile of the Denka plant.The EPA classified chloroprene as a likely carcinogen in 2010 and has been closely monitoring air quality near the plant since 2016.
If we get herd immunity, let’s get it with a vaccine, and not by letting everybody get infected.By definition, at the point at which herd immunity is reached, infections should decline of their own accord.
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President Trump says Barron is 'fine' after his positive COVID-19 testMelania Trump revealed her 14-year-old son, Barron, tested positive for COVID-19 after an initial negative test.Melania Trump said Wednesday that after an initial negative test, 14-year-old Barron Trump tested positive for COVID-19.
That’s because Barrett used two words—sexual preference — that LGBTQ people find offensive, and which takes a blind eye to all the credible scientific research showing that sexual orientation is not a preference or a choice.My folks, then on the cusp of becoming octogenarians, earnestly wanted to understand the distinction between “sexual preference” and “sexual orientation” since they had two LGBTQ children.
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A senior Justice Department official, whose associations with a British informant in the government's Russia investigation drew rebukes from Justice's watchdog, has retired as a decision loomed in an internal disciplinary review.Bruce Ohr, a former associate deputy attorney general, left the department Sept.
“We really view it as a last resort option,” said Mark Quinlan, PG&E’s incident commander.About 200 people in Humboldt County in the far northern part of the state could lose power Thursday afternoon as winds affect that area, PG&E said.
In those cases and others, however, the pay cuts weren't quite what they appeared.USA TODAY Sports found that the temporary pay cuts range from as little as the elimination of an $80 monthly cellphone allowance (at Louisiana-Lafayette) to as much as $1.
I immediately left work and isolated at home," Saban said, adding that Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian "will oversee preparations at the complex while I work from home.Jimmy Robinson, the head physician for Alabama athletics, and Jeff Allen, the director of sports medicine, Saban and Byrne are only two athletics department staffers to test positive for COVID-19.
Nobody is safe from COVID-19, even Barron Trump: The 14-year-old son of the president and first lady had COVID-19 but has since tested negative, Melania Trump said Wednesday.White woman accused Black bird-watcher of assault in second call, prosecutors sayRemember Amy Cooper?
He said in July that protesting athletes should "get the hell out" of the country.You're playing the game, you're enjoying the game.
A grand jury in Texas indicted a police officer Monday in a fatal shooting of a Black woman after a struggle outside the apartment complex where they both lived in May 2019.Baytown Officer Juan Delacruz was charged with aggravated assault by a public servant more than a year after he shot Pamela Turner, 44, during an altercation over the officer's stun gun.
The LSU football team had a covert COVID-19 outbreak over the summer.RE-RANK: Louisiana-Lafayette up, Florida State down in latest 1-76BOWL PROJECTIONS: Big 12 sees its at-large College Football Playoff hopes dieAt the moment, Orgeron says his team is doing better than ever.