• UK's May promises voters immigration curbs, fairer society

    UK's May promises voters immigration curbs, fairer society

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    In the aftermath of the NHS cyber-attack, May said her party would increase NHS spending by a minimum of £8 billion in real terms over the next five years. Several Tory MPs in the last parliament feared their areas could lose out under measures to make the funding formula fairer, with Labour at one stage claiming the government was "robbing Peterborough to pay for Poole".
  • Track & Field Earns 34 Entries To NCAA West Preliminary Rounds

    Track & Field Earns 34 Entries To NCAA West Preliminary Rounds

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    It will be the fourth trip for Krzyszkowski in javelin, the second for Feivor (5,000 meters in 2015) and the first for both Armstrong and Parker. Moore was qualified for both the 800 and 1500, but will focus on the latter with her time of 4:20.02 - the 20th-best on the East qualifying list.
  • 1 in 6 newlyweds' spouse is of different race or ethnicity

    1 in 6 newlyweds' spouse is of different race or ethnicity

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    It found white Americans were the least likely to marry someone of another race, with white women slightly less likely than men, and that Asian women were the most likely to marry someone of another race. But black-and-white couples are not leaders in US intermarriage, according to the Pew analysis. Thirty-eight percent of those in suburban areas say the same.
  • Some sunscreen brands may be lying about the SPF levels

    Some sunscreen brands may be lying about the SPF levels

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    Everyone should be using sunscreen to protect their skin, especially as the sun's rays are getting stronger. The survey found that among those who use sunscreen, nearly one in five (18%) are knowingly using expired sun cream while a further 33% are potentially unwittingly using it by never checking the expiry date.
  • Two New 'Wonder Woman' Posters, A Banner, And An EW Cover

    Two New 'Wonder Woman' Posters, A Banner, And An EW Cover

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    With November 1918 providing the film's alternate landscape, Wonder Woman will fill in the blanks regarding Prince's "walk away from humanity", as mentioned in Batman v Superman . The film stars Gal Gadot as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, Robin Wright as General Antiope, Connie Nielsen as Queen Hippolyta, Lisa Loven Kongsli as Menalippe, Danny Huston as General Erich Ludendorff, David Thewlis as Sir Patrick Morgan, Elena Anaya as Doctor Maru, Ewen Bremner as ...
  • Grown-ups brawl at high school graduation in Tennessee

    Grown-ups brawl at high school graduation in Tennessee

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    Near the end, one woman was handcuffed, but it is not immediately known if arrests were made. The video of the Arlington High School graduation brawl has now gone viral. After producing his badge, the man points his finger at the woman and says, "You've been advised by law enforcement to shut up!" According to the Shelby County Sheriff's office, the incident was handled by church security.
  • Starbucks offering coffee ice cubes at select locations

    Starbucks offering coffee ice cubes at select locations

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    Louis, Missouri. Starbucks isn't the only coffee maker to sell special ice cubes. Adding the special ice cubes to a drink ensures that it doesn't get diluted by water in the warm weather. Of course coffee ice cubes are more. In a statement to Cosmo , a Starbucks rep didn't say much else about the cubes, outside of them being part of a limited-time test to "gather feedback from our customers and partners".
  • Freeman hits 3-run HR as Braves beat Blue Jays, 10

    Freeman hits 3-run HR as Braves beat Blue Jays, 10

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    Right. Still, that might be the end of things except there was an earlier benches-clearing situation when Kevin Pillar got ticked off after striking out against Jason Motte , apparently upset that Motte quick-pitched him. Biagini hurt himself by committing a throwing error on a possible double play in the first inning. Biagini retired the final 12 batters he faced in his four-inning outing.
  • Caffeine-induced cardiac event kills SC teen

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    Davis Allen Cripe, from SC in the United States, collapsed during class after drinking a cafe latte, a large Diet Mountain Dew and an energy drink within a two-hour period. She told the Irish Independent : "Some energy drinks contain up to 17 and a half teaspoons of sugar and have the equivalent of two to three cups of coffee".
  • Jeremy Corbyn Isn't Visiting Labour's Most Vulnerable Seats

    Jeremy Corbyn Isn't Visiting Labour's Most Vulnerable Seats

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    The leader of the country's biggest trade union says he is confident the opinion polls will start to change in Labour's favour following the publication of the party's "fantastic" manifesto. Under Labour Party rules, any council group wanting to go into a coalition with another party has to get the approval of Labour's Scottish executive committee.
  • Authorities search park where missing boy's father was found

    Authorities search park where missing boy's father was found

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    The mother of a 5-year-old California boy who has been missing for almost a month made a heart-wrenching plea Wednesday for her son's safe return, saying she believes he's alive and just wants to hug him again. More freaky details were released Wednesday, including that the vehicle the father and son were traveling in was found with "gasoline in the interior and doused all over the exterior".