Author: 0 Not all sunscreens are equal!

CVS Pharmacy recently announced the Long Live Skin campaign , which will focus on healthy skincare and the importance of sun protection. Do Use Other Forms Of Protection- Sunscreen is great when applied correctly, but experts say it's not proven to prevent ALL types of skin cancer .

USA Coast Guard helps boaters taking on water off Sandy Hook
Author: 0 Coast Guard helps boaters taking on water off Sandy Hook

Coast Guard officials at 4:10 p.m. deployed search crews in a Dolphin helicopter, an HC-144 Ocean Sentry and a 45-foot boat. The Coast Guard at Wilmington was called around 8 a.m. Although the Coast Guard could not definitely confirm the body was that of the missing swimmer, searches for the 24-year-old were suspended after the find.

USA After long awaited talk - Chaffetz speaks to Comey
Author: 0 After long awaited talk - Chaffetz speaks to Comey

This comes as former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn invoked his Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination, notifying the Senate Intelligence Committee that he will not comply with a subpoena seeking documents, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said Monday.

Author: 0 Salem congressman responds to Trump's 'witch hunt' tweet

The Republican National Committee joined with President Donald Trump to brand the recent spate of news about the President as a media witch hunt . And lately, he's developing a bit of a reputation for his frequent Twitter skewering of President Donald Trump.

USA Law Enforcement Officer Shot In Maybrook Village
Author: 0 Law Enforcement Officer Shot In Maybrook Village

Officials say Bostick barricaded himself inside his third-floor apartment, where he was later found dead. Amthor is the police chief of Maybrook and the neighboring town of Montgomery. The extend of their injuries are unknown at this time but Trooper Steven Nevel says the officer is expected to survive. The chief was said to be conscious and talking when he was taken to the hospital.

USA Fallen officers, families left behind, remembered
Author: 0 Fallen officers, families left behind, remembered

South Bend Police will have a ceremony Friday. People like you make the world a better (and much safer) place. In tribute to the American law enforcement officers at the request of the national Law enforcement officers Memorial fund, public wall 103 - 322 designates May 15 national peace officers Memorial day, which is one of only two days each year during which government agencies, businesses, and residents are to fly their USA flags at half-staff.

Author: 0 National Police Week honors law enforcement across the country

This day has been observed in our country annually ever since. "Police officers are the thin blue line whose sacrifices protect and serve us every day, and we pledge to support them as they risk their lives to safeguard ours". "They're putting their lives on the line to make sure their communities are safe", said Green. "I think it's wonderful that his sacrifice is not forgotten", Fritz said.

USA FDA, CDC warn some lead poisoning tests may not be accurate
Author: 0 FDA, CDC warn some lead poisoning tests may not be accurate

The agency also urged women who are now pregnant or nursing and were tested in this manner, to get retested. "The FDA is deeply concerned by this situation and is warning laboratories and health care professionals that they should not use any Magellan Diagnostics' lead tests with blood drawn from a vein", Jeffrey Shuren, the director of the FDA Center for Devices and Radiological Health, said in the statement.

USA Chelsea Manning to participate in documentary about her story
Author: 0 Chelsea Manning to participate in documentary about her story

The soldier was actually born Bradley Manning, but revealed after being sentenced to prison that she always felt like a woman and wanted to live her life as Chelsea rather than Bradley. The Army said that while Manning is being assigned to Oklahoma's Fort Sill, she doesn't need to report for duty there, meaning she has discretion about where she lives.

Author: 0 Man holding human head stabs store clerk; mother found dead

Detectives from Clackamas County Sheriff's Office now believe the two crimes are linked and are not looking for anyone else in connection with the attacks. Investigators said the woman had died at the home and that the attacker at the grocery store is suspected in her killing. Witness Kristin Courtain saw the stabbing aftermath and told KOIN-TV that panicked shoppers caused a traffic jam while rushing to leaving the store's parking lot.

USA More than 1300 accused gang members arrested by immigration agents
Author: 0 More than 1300 accused gang members arrested by immigration agents

Those arrested were operating out of a house that was being used for alleged sex trafficking. We develop target packages and go out and arrest gang members for various different violations of law. The national efforts resulted in 1,378 arrests: 1,098 on state and federal charges, including 21 on murder-related charges and seven on rape and sexual assault counts, officials said.

USA Sheriff: Gunman kills police chief, 2 nursing home workers in Ohio
Author: 0 Sheriff: Gunman kills police chief, 2 nursing home workers in Ohio

Disario, a father of six who was expecting another child, had only been police chief for around three weeks, Thorp said. Thorp called it a hard day for all. A total of four people were killed - one being the suspected shooting suspect - in a shooting Friday morning at a nursing home in Kirkersville, Ohio , east of Columbus.

Author: 0 Democratic Senator May Defy Party to Vote for AHCA

In his remarks, Obama said he hopes that lawmakers recognize "it actually doesn't take a lot of courage to aid those who are already powerful, already comfortable, already influential". The House voted 217 to 213 for the repeal legislation, Trump's first major legislative victory of his presidency. "Don't know what's in it", Senator Lindsey Graham said before the vote.

Author: 0 Wisconsin-based atheist group sues Trump over church order

It also instructs the IRS to allow active churches across the United States to endorse political candidates. The Johnson amendment , named for then-Sen. GJELTEN: Trump's actual order, however, only directed the Justice Department to, quote, " issue guidance interpreting religious liberty protections in federal law".

USA 600-Year-Old White Oak Tree Being Cut Down In Basking Ridge
Author: 0 600-Year-Old White Oak Tree Being Cut Down In Basking Ridge

In a photograph taken Friday, April 21, 2017, a street sign warns motorists of upcoming work to remove a 600-year-old white oak tree, back, at Basking Ridge Presbyterian Church in Bernards, N.J. Its death was likely due to its age. Arborists determined it wouldn't be able to withstand many more harsh winters or spring storms. 'It just kind of feels like a part of the town is dying with it, ' one resident told CBS previous year.

USA Texas Lawmaker on a Hunger Strike to Protest Anti-Sanctuary City Bill
Author: 0 Texas Lawmaker on a Hunger Strike to Protest Anti-Sanctuary City Bill

Her father, now a United States citizen, initially entered the country illegally. "You're a coward that you will not allow a vote to be taken, you're using your position wrong", said the Rev. And even that was only because these cities were believed to be out of compliance with a federal regulation that prohibits them from stopping police from communicating with ICE or any federal agency about the immigration or citizenship status of a person.

Author: 0 Trump calls ruling against his sanctuary cities order "ridiculous"

Out of our very big country, with many choices, does everyone notice that both the "ban" case and now the "sanctuary" case is brought in the 9th Circuit, which has a awful record of being overturned (close to 80%). The department responded to the ruling by saying it could essentially continue to operate as it had been. In February, he called the federal judge in Seattle who ruled against his first travel ban a "so-called judge".

USA Russia-linked hackers 'targeted Macron campaign'
Author: 0 Russia-linked hackers 'targeted Macron campaign'

But US spy agencies and a variety of "threat intelligence" firms said that Pawn Storm, an extraordinarily prolific group also known as Fancy Bear or APT 28, was an arm of Russia's intelligence apparatus. Peskov added that Russian Federation had "never interfered" in foreign elections. "Which groups? Where do they come from?" "It resembles the accusations made by Washington which to this day remain hollow, and they do no honour to the people making them".

Author: 0 Officials React To Sonny Perdue's Appointment To Serve As Secretary Of Agriculture

Department of Agriculture is vital in making sure farmers, ranchers, and rural communities have a voice in this administration", said Heitkamp. South Dakota Senator John Thune also touts Perdue's experience as a farmer, agribusinessman and public servant while the state's other senator, Mike Rounds, was a fellow governor with Perdue and says his leadership skills and knowledge of production agriculture will be beneficial as the Senate begins work on a new farm bill.

Author: 0 White House Will Not Voluntarily Release Visitor Logs

As incomplete as the Obama documents were, his administration ultimately released almost 6 million records. President Trump's daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, has now created pastel-versions of the iconic red "Make America Great" hats. The existence of the visitor logs burst back into the news last month when House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., went to the White House grounds to review intelligence reports on which he later briefed the president.

USA Sessions to tour Arizona-Mexico border Tuesday
Author: 0 Sessions to tour Arizona-Mexico border Tuesday

Attorney General Jeff Sessions told Fox News' "Hannity" Tuesday night that the Trump administration is trying to send a strong message to anyone thinking of trying to enter America illegally. "They will not be released". "We will now be detaining all adults who are apprehended at the border", Sessions said. He was responding to a question from a reporter about Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos, 36, who had been convicted of using false work papers and was suddenly deported in February despite ...

Author: 0 Turkish opposition says appealing referendum on Erdogan powers

The two leaders have talked on the telephone three times since Trump took office, including on Monday following Erdogan's narrow victory in a referendum on constitutional changes to give the president new powers. The main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) had claimed major ballot rigging swung the result. Bozdag said all decisions on electoral issues, including complaints and fraud allegations, are in the purview of Turkey's electoral board.

USA Missing Tennessee teen found safe in California; teacher arrested
Author: 0 Missing Tennessee teen found safe in California; teacher arrested

The remote, mountainous area has limited cellphone service and the terrain is hard to traverse. Cummins had been suspended from the Culleoka Unit School in February after disobeying an order barring Thomas from his classroom following an incident the month before where a student reported seeing the two kissing.

USA National Football League to release 2017 schedule Thursday night
Author: 0 National Football League to release 2017 schedule Thursday night

This is a challenging schedule from start to finish, punctuated by a stretch at the end of the season that includes five road games in six weeks. Atlanta beat Green Bay in last season's NFC Championship Game. The time coming off the Thursday night game. It will be the Patriots' second visit to Azteca Stadium, having played a preseason game there on August 17, 1998, against Dallas.

USA Trump seeks shift in visa allotments crucial to tech outsourcing
Author: 0 Trump seeks shift in visa allotments crucial to tech outsourcing

The order directs agencies to enforce government rules on excluding foreign contractors from bids for government projects. Melissa Repko , with the Dallas Morning News , says mainly tech companies and outsourcing firms - many of which are based in India - have a high percentage of workers with an H-1B visa.

USA Anti-religious Blaine goes before Supreme Court
Author: 0 Anti-religious Blaine goes before Supreme Court

Missouri's constitution bars "any church, sect or denomination of religion" from receiving state money, language that goes further than the Constitution's First Amendment separation of church and state requirement. Missouri's constitution, for instance, is explicit in its prohibition of government funding of churches (directly or indirectly), including funding to help or sustain a religious school.

Author: 0 In US UC Berkeley headed for showdown with right-wing commentator

In a letter to Berkeley College Republicans, who invited Coulter to speak, university officials said they were unable to ensure the safety of the speaker, audience members or protesters who would be at the April 27 event, according to a report by the Associated Press .

USA Florida senator used racial slurs to colleagues
Author: 0 Florida senator used racial slurs to colleagues

He reportedly cursed at and belittled Fort Lauderdale senators Perry Thurston and Audrey Gibson at the Tallahassee Governors Club. No amount of drinks, no extreme loss of temper can justify what Artiles said on Monday night. "I am so sorry for the words and tone I used with you", Artiles said. "I grew up in a diverse community". Just before the apology, Senate President Joe Negron replaced Artiles as chairman of the state's Communications, Energy and Public Utilities Committee.

USA Four Men Found Dead in Park on Long Island: Cops
Author: 0 Four Men Found Dead in Park on Long Island: Cops

MS-13, also known as La Mara Salvatrucha, is one of the largest criminal organizations in the United States, with more than 6,000 members in at least 46 states and the District of Columbia, the US Attorney's Office said. One of the latest victims reportedly left computer messages saying, "I don't want to do these things anymore". Anthony Rubenstein, a 29-year-old electrician who graduated from Brentwood High School and lives near where the bodies were found, shook his head in frustration ...

USA Arrest made in murder of Massachusetts jogger Vanessa Marcotte
Author: 0 Arrest made in murder of Massachusetts jogger Vanessa Marcotte

Angel Cordero Ortiz, 31, was arrested overnight, according to reports in Boston . More than eight months after Vanessa Marcotte was killed while out for a run, officials in MA announced the arrest of a man in her death Saturday. Her body was later found naked and burned off Brooks Station Road just a half mile from her mother's home. A press conference will be held Saturday at 2 the Early, who will give updates on Marcotte's case.

Author: 0 USA cites Russian failures in Syria attack

Assad's principal backer, Russia, has said the chemical release in Khan Sheikhun was the result of Syrian jets bombing a rebel weapons store. But as lawmakers called on Trump to consult with Congress, Trump administration officials sent mixed signals on the scope of future USA involvement.

USA Schools close amid Wisconsin manhunt for gun theft suspect
Author: 0 Schools close amid Wisconsin manhunt for gun theft suspect

Jakubowski is known well to officers of the Janesville Police Department and the Rock County Sheriff's Office", said Janesville Police Chief David Moore. UPDATE (WKOW ) -- Due to the burglary suspect making threats towards public officials or schools, Capitol Police are also on alert today in Madison.

USA Mushroom hunter finds human remains in rural Missouri
Author: 0 Mushroom hunter finds human remains in rural Missouri

Authorities in Cass County, Mo ., contacted families of two missing women after finding two human skulls in a rural area in April 2017. Kopetsky disappeared just days after filing an order of protection against Yust, who she claimed kidnapped and restrained her, choked her and threatened to cut her throat during their nine-month relationship, according to a filing obtained by The Associated Press .

USA Indiana abortion ultrasound ruling praised
Author: 0 Indiana abortion ultrasound ruling praised

The injunction memo comes amid a week of debate in the Missouri legislature about two abortion-related bills: one restricting the donation of fetal tissue after an abortion and another wiping out local laws governing crisis pregnancy centers that promote alternatives to abortion.

Author: 0 Distracted driving continues to kill

In 2004, David Teater of Spring Lake, Michigan, lost his 12-year-old son, the youngest of three boys, to a distracted driver. During the coming days and weeks, Arkansans will be exposed to television, radio, and social media messages that have been created to remind drivers of the dangers associated with distracted driving.

USA Man Shot Dead Showering on Stranger's Property
Author: 0 Man Shot Dead Showering on Stranger's Property

Court documents say Fanning found the door kicked in at the business and saw the intruder in the shower. Upon finding a man using his shower, Fanning told Rosa to leave, according to his statement to investigators, but Fanning claimed Rosa "aggressively responded with non-understandable verbal threats", investigators wrote.

Author: 0 Environmental groups file lawsuit over Trump climate actions

While campaigning to be the 45 President of the United States, Donald Trump often referred to global warming as a "hoax" and promised Americans, that if elected, he would lift all "job-killing (climate change) restrictions". Here are their thoughts. "As damaging as this executive order will be for the nation, and for the world, it will not deter our efforts here in Minnesota".

Author: 0 Trump administration seeks delay in ruling on climate plan

One of the biggest concerns that emerged with the election of Donald Trump as the US President - of that country potentially withdrawing from its commitments under the Paris Agreement on climate change - is coming to the fore. However, the move has been condemned by environmental campaigners who claim that the order would hinder the climate targets set in the Paris Agreement.

Author: 0 Damaging winds, hail, weak tornado possible tonight

A tornado likely touched down southeast of Suffolk, and the storm continues to rotate as it moves across Chesapeake. A tornado warning for northern Delaware County expired at 6 p.m., apparently with no damage reported. Lightning. Timing: Highest severe chances 3 pm to 10 pm. "The second round will hit the area in the afternoon and offer a much greater chance of tornadoes and severe weather", said Canaday, who is a member of the Corinth-based Mississippi Storm Chasers team.

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