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A new study shows that drugged driving kills more motorists in the United States than driving drunk does. For some drugs, the relations between a drug's presence in the body, its effects on driving and its effects on crash risks are complex, not understood well or vary from driver to driver.
  • EU's top diplomat: Britain will lose more from Brexit than bloc

    EU's top diplomat: Britain will lose more from Brexit than bloc

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    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has welcomed the election and says all Labour MPs will face a ballot to earn their seats. He will vow to "prove the Establishment experts wrong and change the direction of this election". The choice is clear. "Will the election of more Tory MPs give Theresa May a greater chance of securing a better Brexit deal? A prime minister who can not be trusted".
  • Adding taxes won't solve housing crisis

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    The initial signs were that Toronto would not to go down that road. The new foreign home buyers' tax is at the centre of Premier Kathleen Wynne's much-touted housing plan, which includes 15 additional measures aimed at easing the pressure on an increasingly unaffordable housing market where prices have seen double-digit growth over recent years.
  • IN governor says he will sign several contested bills

    IN governor says he will sign several contested bills

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    Hoosiers are left wondering if Governor Eric Holcomb will side with lawmakers or Ricker's in the cold beer debate. Donald E. Brow, founder and CEO of bioinformatics company LifeOmic, said the bill reflects poorly on the state and would discourage new entrants into the science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) workforce.
  • Court documents: Mother had abused teen in kidnapping case

    Court documents: Mother had abused teen in kidnapping case

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    Elizabeth was flown to Tennessee Friday where she was reunited with friends and family, the family's attorney said. She's actually somebody that's more sure of herself and usually all smiles. "And I'm not going to ask her". According to AOL , the disappearance from their hometown in Culleoka, Tennessee was triggered after a student reported that the two were caught kissing in a classroom.
  • Daily Ratings & News for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co

    Daily Ratings & News for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co

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    Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company's P/E stands at 10, while the P/S is at 0.63 and earnings per share this year of 35.50%. Kernodle & Katon Asset Management Group LLC purchased a new stake in Hewlett Packard Enterprise during the third quarter valued at about $103,000.
  • Research Report For Comcast Corporation (CMCSA)

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    Pekin Singer Strauss Asset Management IL's holdings in Comcast were worth $348,000 at the end of the most recent quarter. Utd Svcs Automobile Association owns 0.44% invested in Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) for 1.89 million shares. EPS growth for this year is 10.00% and EPS growth for next year is expected to reach at 14.86%. The firm also recently announced a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Wednesday, April 26th.
  • SC sets preliminary conference for Marcos-Robredo poll protests

    SC sets preliminary conference for Marcos-Robredo poll protests

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    To recall, the PET issued a resolution dated March 21 ordering the Robredo camp to pay P15,439,000, with the first tranche of P8 million to be paid on April 14 and the remaining P7.439 million on July 14. Marcos, on the other hand, was ordered to pay P66.02 million. In the same order, the high court deferred action on Marcos' omnibus motion to dismiss the counter protest until Robredo complies with the directive to pay the deposit.
  • Sharapova's wildcard entry to Stuttgart Open defended

    Sharapova's wildcard entry to Stuttgart Open defended

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    You might be asking yourself why other tennis players care how Maria Sharapova gets to play. When did she get a chance to say that? Sharapova was initially banned for two years by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) before her suspension was reduced to 15 months by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in October.