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An NHS official says the two main issues are returning the computer systems completely back to normal, and managing to reschedule all of the medical procedures and appointments, reports Financial Times. Cancer treatments have had to be delayed and staff have been working overtime to clear a backlog at Plymouth's Derriford Hospital , bosses have revealed, as a result of the cyber attacks on Friday.
  • No budget deal in sight with a week to go at Legislature

    No budget deal in sight with a week to go at Legislature

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    Gov. Mark Dayton and Republican legislative leaders met for half an hour Tuesday afternoon, where Dayton presented a new budget offer including less spending and more tax cuts than his original proposal. Daudt said that approach isn't necessary given a projected state budget surplus that has reached $1.65 billion. If the governor is going to veto the bills, then its time for him to get serious.
  • Reasons Why Star Christian Navarro Pushes Back Against Show Backlash

    Reasons Why Star Christian Navarro Pushes Back Against Show Backlash

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    The 21-year-old actress made her first solo appearance on Jimmy Fallon's The Tonight Show, where she defended the show's portrayal of suicide following numerous complaints made by stars all over. 'Being directly involved in the show and seeing the thought and consideration that went into it - also being a young adult playing a young adult and covering issues that are relevant, I feel really proud of the way we covered it and showed things, ' she added.
  • Oil's well: Rising energy stocks help send S&P 500 to record

    Oil's well: Rising energy stocks help send S&P 500 to record

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    In Asia, equities extended gains on Tuesday in morning session after a surge in oil lifted USA stock indexes to fresh highs yesterday. Investors were also cautious about potential delays to the government's tax and regulation reform agenda after reports late Monday that President Donald Trump disclosed highly classified information to Russia's foreign minister about a planned Islamic State operation.At 2:36PM ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 7.35 points, or 0.04 percent, to ...
  • Trump insists no evidence of collusion with Russian Federation

    Trump insists no evidence of collusion with Russian Federation

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    Flynn's conversations with Kislyak were picked up by the Federal Bureau of Investigation during "routine surveillance" of the Russian ambassador, and she knew they had talked about sanctions. "President Donald Trump called Clapper's comments a full dismissal of potential collusion and dismissed the entire issue outright in the series of tweets after the hearing, referring to information from the day's events as "old news", "a total hoax" and "#FakeNews! ".
  • IDC chairman defends Senate leadership stipends

    IDC chairman defends Senate leadership stipends

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    Gallivan, R-Elma, and Pamela Helming, R-Canandaigua. Sen. That possibility has been raised by critics who believe the documents contain false information - that senators are inaccurately listed as committee chairs. He further states that legislative law "does not specifically require that the Senator hold that office (of chair to receive a chair's stipend) but only that he or she acts directly in connection therewith of that office, as determined by the Temporary President" - that is, ...
  • Sheriff: Body is missing 8-year-old South Carolina girl

    Sheriff: Body is missing 8-year-old South Carolina girl

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    Ella Lowery's body was discovered on May 5, deputies say. The body was found Sunday off New Bridge Road between McColl and Clio. An autopsy that will officially identify the body is scheduled for Tuesday, according to the Marlboro County Coroner's Office.
  • Road accidents biggest global killer of teenagers

    Road accidents biggest global killer of teenagers

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    Flavia Bustreo, assistant director-general with the WHO, said in a press release . She claims that even a small investment could help secure a healthier life for future generations, allowing teens to contribute more to the development of their country of residence.
  • Spend more, tax the rich: UK's Labour stakes election turf

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    The manifesto includes education pledges such as axing university tuition fees (which it says would cost £11.2 billion) and increased money for schools. The problem for Labour that, whilst the policies seem popular, the party's leadership isn't doing as well in the polls. "But while his figures are a fantasy, it's ordinary working families who will pay with higher taxes or higher bills".
  • May 15-16 declared Knozone Action Days in Indianapolis

    May 15-16 declared Knozone Action Days in Indianapolis

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    People with concerns about how air pollution affects their health should contact their doctor. A combination of stagnant air, sunshine and hot temperatures lead to the poor air quality expected throughout Tuesday. An Air Quality Index (AQI) reading at or above 101 is deemed "unhealthy for sensitive groups". This year, "Knozone season" in Indianapolis will run from March through October, when ground-level ozone is more prevalent.
  • Coroner: Killer Brady's ashes mustn't be scattered on moor

    Coroner: Killer Brady's ashes mustn't be scattered on moor

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    According to The Guardian , Brady revealed he had a lung and chest condition in December and had been receiving palliative care from cancer nurses at Ashworth psychiatric hospital on Merseyside. He never showed any sign of remorse - evidenced by the fact they he never revealed the final resting place of 12-year-old Keith Bennett . Hindley was obsessed with Brady and he grew to love the idea of being worshipped and adored and made a decision to include her in his plans for a crime spree.
  • Soybean Futures Rise on Planting Relief

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    At 12:05 p.m. CDT (1705 GMT), Chicago Board of Trade July soft red winter wheat futures were down 1-1/2 cents at $4.21-3/4 a bushel. Winter wheat jointed was 94 percent, near 90 previous year, and ahead of 76 average. "Precipitation remains above-average for most of the Corn Belt", which may be helpful for crop already seeded, but may hamper fieldwork. Weather summary for IowaFor the week ending May 14, "it was a warm week across Iowa with temperatures ranging from 2 to 3 degrees above ...