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The Manchester Evening News reports that the Manchester United captain has agreed to return to his boyhood club and the deal is effectively completed short of an official announcement . Meanwhile, England and Manchester United's record goalscorer Rooney could be set for a return to Everton . The former Chelsea striker scored 25 league goals for Everton last season to attract interest from a host of top clubs this summer, with a move back to the Blues looking on the cards for ...
  • 11 teens hospitalized after eating drug-infused gummy bears

    11 teens hospitalized after eating drug-infused gummy bears

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    He said his friends also had taken the drug. LaPorte County police say the drug-infused gummy bears that landed 11 young people in the hospital Thursday night were about ten times larger than the well-known versions of candy. NWI Times reports that the LaPorte County Drug Task Force is trying to determine where the 18- and 19-year-olds obtained the sweets, and the LaPorte County prosecutor's office will review the case to determine whether charges will be filed.
  • Facebook Knows It Takes a Village, So They're Building One

    Facebook Knows It Takes a Village, So They're Building One

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    According to Facebook , the Willow Campus neighbourhood will provide "long-needed community services", including housing and transportation solutions. However, Facebook is also opening up the housing to the community at large. The initial phase of the project, which will include the housing and grocery store, will be wrapped up in the first half of 2021.
  • Ex-Georgia public health commish named to head CDC

    Ex-Georgia public health commish named to head CDC

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    Nathan Deal respond to questions about Ebola victims under treatment at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. As Georgia DPH Commissioner, Dr. Fitzgerald oversaw various state public health programs and directed the state's 18 public health districts and 159 county health departments.
  • Coldplay Drops Eerie, Atmospheric Charity Single

    Coldplay Drops Eerie, Atmospheric Charity Single "ALIEN S"

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    Proceeds from the song will benefit Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS ), which is an global NGO that rescues migrants and refugees distressed at sea in the Mediterranean. Coldplay continues to drip feed songs from their upcoming Kaleidoscope EP (due July 14) with a new single called "A L I E N S". The band's sold-out gig tomorrow is part of their Head Full of Dreams tour, which has a run of stadium shows across Europe and North America this summer.
  • Within hours, Illinois Lottery regains faith in its state

    Within hours, Illinois Lottery regains faith in its state

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    Illinois Lottery Acting Director Greg Smith announced on Thursday night that sales of the two lotteries have resumed after being suspended last week while lawmakers in Springfield debated the budget crisis. The biggest lottery in the world right now is America's €164m Mega Millions. Now that IL lawmakers passed a budget, work can resume on road construction projects.
  • Emma Stone says male co-stars have taken pay cuts for her

    Emma Stone says male co-stars have taken pay cuts for her

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    Speaking about her co-stars taking a pay cut, she said: " They do it for me because they feel it's what right and what's fair". "'I felt uncomfortable talking to my agent or lawyer about it because I was like, 'Do people want to see me as much as they want to see Steve Carell?' .It's a weird conversation to have because it's trying to see oneself from the outside".
  • Researchers unveil first battery-free cellphone

    Researchers unveil first battery-free cellphone

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    Right now the battery-free phone needs a custom base station to transmit and receive calls. During testing, the team was able to make a number of Skype calls on the handset made of commercial, off-the-shelf components that can receive and transmit speech and communicate with a base station.
  • Storms leave 150000 without power in MI

    Storms leave 150000 without power in MI

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    Ottawa County Sheriff Steve Kempker said Grand Haven appeared to be the hardest hit area. The majority of outages are on the west side of the state, however central parts of MI are also without power. The National Weather Service says winds up to 65 miles per hour were reported in the Grand Rapids area. There are several tree limbs scattered on both northbound and southbound US-31.
  • Woman takes epic selfie in the delivery suite

    Woman takes epic selfie in the delivery suite

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    Just like Kat Armendariz , from Texas, who stayed by her sister Kimberly Ramirezs side during labour because her Army husband wasn't able to be there for the birth of their first child. Although it doesn't seem like her sister was in the mood to be photographed, Kat assures us in the comments that her sister "pretty much gave me the OK after the epidural".
  • Ansel Elgort handed keys to Baby Driver auto

    Ansel Elgort handed keys to Baby Driver auto

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    Baby Driver is in theaters now. Edgar Wright , the highly acclaimed and much-loved director behind Shaun of the Dead , Hot Fuzz and Scott Pilgrim vs. The big question would be whether the soundtrack the second time around would be as organic-and fresh-as the original film, which is downright brilliant.
  • ALERT: Oral sex 'producing untreatable gonorrhoea'

    ALERT: Oral sex 'producing untreatable gonorrhoea'

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    Experts said the situation was "fairly grim" with few new drugs on the horizon. An estimated 78 million people contract the STI, which can cause infertility, each year. Most women with the infection have no symptoms and 40 per cent of men don't either. Meanwhile, when patients do have symptoms, doctors often assume it is gonorrhoea and prescribe antibiotics, even though patients may be suffering from something else.