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US Army Medic Charged With Raping, Killing Infant Daughter

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Detected Closed Captioning: A U.s. Army Service Member Has Been charged With Raping And Killing His A nine Month Old Baby 22 Year-old Christopher Conway An Army Medic Was Arrested And Charged On November 15th In Connection With Raping And Murdering One Of His Nine Month-old Twin Daughters Authorities Initially Responded To The Child's Home On Tuesday after Receiving A 911 CPR Being Performed On The Girl She Was Taken To A hospital Where She Was Pronounced Dead With Injuries Consistent With Being raped According To A Statement From The Clarksville Police Department A Cord Was Wrapped Around The Baby's Neck Law enforcement Said That Conway Admitted To Both Briefing And Murdering The Child during An Interview With Detectives Co... Read More
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Inmate Surprised By Escape from Hawaii to Calif.

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A confessed killer who walked out of a Hawaii psychiatric hospital and flew to California is startled as anybody at how far he was able to go and how long he was on the loose. (Nov. 17)Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPressGet updates and more Breaking News here: ... Read More
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Notorious Mafia Boss ‘Totò’ Riina, 87, Dies

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Detected Closed Captioning: [Music] Notorious Mafia Boss Salvatori Toto Riina Has Died While Serving More Than Two dozen Life Sentences For Murder The Italian Justice Ministry Said Rina Died Early Friday November 17th At A Hospital In Parma He Just Turned 87 years Old On Thursday It's Believed That rena Ordered More Than 150 Murders Over his Two Decades Leading The Cosa Nostra Authority Said He'd Also Been Plotting to Kill The Police Officers And prosecutors Who Were Working To Bring Down His Empire Of Organized Crime The so-called Boss Of Bosses Was Ultimately Captured And Jailed In The Early 1990s But He Reportedly Continued To Order Murders From Behind Bars Rina Died Of Cancer Just Hours After The Italian Government Allow... Read More
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Scientists claim to diagnose football-related brain injury in living patients for first time

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For the first time, scientists have confirmed a diagnosis of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) — a neurological disease linked to head injuries from sports like football — in a living person. Until now, we’ve only been able to diagnose CTE in dead patients. Finding the disease while the patient is still alive could help scientists find a way to treat it. CTE develops from repeated hits to the head and has been linked to severe memory loss, depression, and dementia. It’s been found in 99 percent of the donated brains of NFL players. In a study ... Read More
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No. 259: Ken White gets Debriefed, celebrating the Moon walk’s 50th and Ronkonkoma Hub gets good news

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Happy Friday, folks: And congrats on your successful completion of another work week (except you weekend-hustling self-made types, bless your entrepreneurial souls. For you, congrats for your hustle). Those of you lucky enough to put your feet up should drop us a note at editor@innovateli.com – story tips, events, corrections and stimulating socioeconomic conversation always welcome. What a day for debuts: In no particular order, Gordon Lightfoot, Danny DeVito, Rock Hudson, Martin Scorsese, Tom Seaver, RuPaul, Sophie Marceau, Lorne Michaels, Howard Dean, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and a host of other names you... Read More
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Man who escaped psychiatric hospital reveals why he did it

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Randall Saito escaped from a state hospital in Hawaii and says his past in Stockton and Lodi drew him to where he was later arrested Wednesday. A day later, he spoke out in a jailhouse interview with his motive. CBS Sacramento's Carlos Correa reports.Subscribe to the "CBSN" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1Re2MgSWatch "CBSN" live HERE: ... Read More
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Women’s Startup Lab Founder and CEO Ari Horie discusses her work in Silicon Valley

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Though Ari Horie is the driving force behind the Women’s Startup Lab, she does not have a typical Silicon Valley background. She grew up in Japan where she says she was ostracized for being the only child of a single mother. She eventually came to the U.S. where she worked in product marketing at technology companies and founded her own startup. Horie sat down with CGTN's Mark Niu to discuss how she finally began waking up to the plight of women in the tech world.Detected Closed Captioning: And Although Re Horry Is The Driving force Behind The Woman's Startup Lab She Doesn't Have The Typical Silicon Valley Background She Grew Up In Japan Where She Says She Was Ostracized For Being The O... Read More
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Deceased Russian Model May Have Been Poisoned

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Published on Nov 16, 2017Reports say Russian model Vlada Dzyuba may have been poisoned. In October, she died after working a 13-hour photo shoot during Shanghai Fashion week. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning... Read More
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Jersey City Firefighter Killed In Crash

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Detected Closed Captioning: Flags Fly At Half Staff Outside Jersey City Fire Headquarters Following The Death Of Off-duty Firefighter 29 Year old Matthew Neer Stead Killed On This Road Early This Morning In A Car Crash described As A Head-on Collision I Spoke To His Devastated Parents Charles And Patricia Seen Things Like This Happen you Never Think It's Gonna Happen To You silly They Just Don't Even Got That Phone Call Two O'clock This Morning And Anybody Gets It The Jersey City Fire Department Says Near Stet Was A Passenger In The Car With Two Friends On Patterson Plank Road At 2:00 A.m. When his Vehicle Collided With Another Car Near Sted Was Transported To A Nearby Hospital Where He Was Pronounced Dead his Grandmother To... Read More
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Wild Boar Meat Could Have Poisoned a New Zealand Family

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Published on Nov 16, 2017On Nov. 10, three adults collapsed after eating boar meat and they are still seriously ill in a New Zealand hospital. Category News & Politics License ... Read More
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Grenfell Tower Fire Final Death Toll Announced

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Detected Closed Captioning: London Police Have Announced The Final Death Toll For The Grenfell Tower, Following A Five-month Investigation. A Blaze Raged Through The Apartment Block In North Kensington In The Early Hours Of June 14, Affecting The Whole Building From The 2nd Floor Up. On Thursday, Nov. 16, London Police Put The Number Who Died As A Result At 71. That Number Includes A Baby Who Was Stillborn After His Mother Was Admitted To The Hospital, Because Of The Fire. Specialist Teams Have Been Working Since June To Formally Identify Remains, And The Final Two Victims Were Named Earlier This Week. The London Police Commander Stuart Cundy Said In A Statement On Thursday, "Police Now Believe That All Those Who Died In The ... Read More
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In a First, Pentagon to Pay for Soldier’s Gender Reassignment Surgery

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Published on Nov 16, 2017Pentagon spokeswoman Dana White said in a statement that an active-duty service member received sex-reassignment surgery on Nov. 14. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: [Music] The Pen... Read More
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Ex-Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge hospitalized

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AUSTIN, Texas — Former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge was in critical condition Thursday after undergoing an emergency heart procedure at a hospital in Austin. A Ridge spokesman said the 72-year-old Ridge, Pennsylvania’s Republican governor from 1995 to 2001, was attending the Republican Governors Association conference when he called for help at his hotel at about 7 a.m. The spokesman, Steve Aaron, said Ridge underwe... Read More
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Cult Leader Charles Manson Reportedly Hospitalized

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Detected Closed Captioning: [Music] infamous Cult Leader Charles Manson Has Reportedly Been Hospitalized On November 15th Authorities Confirms The Los Angeles Times The Manson Had Been Admitted To A Hospital In Bakersfield California Where His Condition Is unknown The Website TMZ Meanwhile Paints A Grave Picture With Sources Telling It Quote It's Just A Matter Of Time Manson Is Serving A Life Sentence In Prison For Directing His Followers To Commit Mass Murder In The Summer Of 1969 he Was Also Accused Of Trying To Incite A Race War now 83 Years Old Manson Has Been Denied Parole On 12 Separate Occasions The Cult leader Was Also Hospitalized In January with What Authorities Told The LA Times as A Quote Serious Medical Problem ... Read More
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Pinoy Rock Legend Joey ‘Pepe’ Smith Suffered His Third Stroke

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Published on Nov 16, 2017On Nov. 14, Pinoy rock legend Joey "Pepe" Smith was rushed to Metro Antipolo Hospital and Medical Center after suffering his third stroke. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: [Music]... Read More
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Police Say Man Robbed Of Nearly $200K In The Bronx

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Detected Closed Captioning: Aaron Chris Police Are Still Trying To Figure Out How Those Two Robbers Knew To Go After That Man It Happened Last Tuesday Morning Here In The Area Of East 169th Street And Prospect Avenue As The Victim Was Leaving His Son's Apartment Let's Show You Some Of That Surveillance Video Where You Can See That First Suspect And That Black Adidas Jacket approached The 45 Year Olds Victim As He was Coming Down The Building's Stairs You See The Suspect Turn And Begin To Grab The Victim's Bag At The Same Time His Accomplice Wearing A Hooded Sweatshirt Joins In And Together They Struggle With That Victim Pushing And Tugging Him Unable There Until They're Able To Pull His Backpack Out Of His Arms And Then Both... Read More
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Sources: Police Find Vehicle In Union Square Hit-And-Run

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Detected Closed Captioning: To Say That Major Piece Of Evidence They Found The Car Involved In This hit-and-run It Is A Rental Zip Car A 2016 Jeep Renegade They Found It Parked in Brooklyn And Now They Are Coming For Evidence That Will Lead Them To The driver Who Struck And Killed A Man And Left Him Here To Die He Was A Captain At A Shoot He Was The Backbone He Was The Glue And It's Gonna Be A Really Really Rough Time For Us To Have To Go To This Agner Blanc Is Talking About His Older Brother 34 year Old Adrian The Executive Chef From Flatbush Was Crossing The Street At Union Square Early Tuesday Morning heading Home From Work When He Was killed By A Hit-and-run Driver In This surveillance You Can See The Jeep Renegade A Zip... Read More
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Inside the Race to Build a Brain-Machine Interface—and Outpace Evolution

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In an ordinary hospital room in Los Angeles, a young woman named Lauren Dickerson waits for her chance to make history. She’s 25 years old, a teacher’s assistant in a middle school, with warm eyes and computer cables emerging like futuristic dreadlocks from the bandages wrapped around her head. Three days earlier, a neurosurgeon drilled 11 holes through her skull, slid 11 wires the size of spaghetti into her brain, and connected the wires to a bank of computers. Now she’s caged in by bed rails, with plastic tubes snaking up her arm and medical monitors tracking her vital signs. She tries not to move. The room is packed. As a film crew prepares to... Read More
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Hawaii State Hospital Escapee Caught In Calif.

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A patient who escaped from a Hawaii state hospital, and considered dangerous by authorities, was captured Wednesday in northern California. Officials in Hawaii say Randall Saito left the state facility on Sunday. (Nov. 16)Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPressGet updates and more Breaking News here: ... Read More
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4th Grader Returns Lost Wallet Loaded With Cash

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Published on Nov 15, 2017It's a story of lost and found, which turned into a lesson in honesty and integrity from the 8-year-old boy. CBS2's Brian Conybeare reports. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: Maybe W... Read More
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Military to fund transgender member’s surgery

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The U.S. military's health agency approved paying for the surgery after a doctor deemed it "medically necessary."Learn more about this story at www.newsy.com/73566/Find more videos like this at www.newsy.comFollow Newsy on Facebook: www.facebook.com/newsyvideosFollow Newsy on Twitter: www.twitter.com/newsyvideosDetected Closed Captioning: The Defense Department Is Paying The Surgery Cost For A Transgender Service Member A Pentagon Spokeswoman Confirmed That Person On Active Duty Received Gender Affirming Surgery Tuesday At A private Hospital The Department's Defense Health Agency Granted A Waiver That Let The Pentagon Pay For The Surgery Because A Doctor Said It... Read More
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Nassau Gives Dozens Suffering with Substance Use Disorder, a Shot at Life

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As Nassau County’s Shot at Life (Vivitrol) program to treat heroin and pain pill addiction completes its 2nd year, an in-house study of dozens of participants found that 68% stopped abusing opioids and stayed drug-free for at least 3 months. Just over 63% stayed clean and in treatment for at least 6 months and 41%, for at least 12 months. Out of 63 individuals who came through the weekly Shot at Life (Vivitrol) support group meetings since Jan 2016, 13 have completed the treatment program and remain in remission from the disease of addiction. Another 21 are still getting monthly Vivitrol shots and staying drug-free. Vivitrol – FDA approved in 2010 to prevent ... Read More
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Smuggler Poops Out Cocaine Worth Millions

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Published on Nov 15, 2017On Nov. 12, Philippine authorities arrested a Colombian drug smuggler at Ninoy Aquino International Airport P8.9 million worth of cocaine in his intestines. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Capt... Read More
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Vanu Bose, Who Brought Cellular Service to Remote Areas, Dies at 52

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Vanu Inc., in Lexington, Mass., harnessed cellular technology to reach people living with little or no service. Focusing on the radio components of wireless networks, Mr. Bose developed durable cellular sites that could run on solar power and that required only small amounts of energy.That technology has been used around the world, particularly in rural areas. In Africa alone it is found in Rwanda, Mauritania, Ghana and the Democratic Republic of Congo.Mr... Read More
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Tax plans target healthcare in seen, hidden ways

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The House and Senate tax plans target healthcare in obvious and hidden ways, posing particular problems for nonprofit hospitals, according to the Suburban Hospital Alliance. The group, which includes the Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council and the Northern Metropolitan Hospital Association, said the two proposals would hit hospitals hard in “ways that might not be obvious to the general population.” The most obvious impact would be from the House bill, which would eliminate deductions for medical expenses to 10 percent of income. But the group said those incurring nursing home expenses would be “especially hard-hit,” particularly in high cost areas such as Long Island. President Donald Trump and the Senate... Read More
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New Video Of Union Square Hit And Run

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Detected Closed Captioning: This Video From Tuesday's Hit-and-run In Union Square It Shows A Dark-colored SUV hitting The Victim We Stopped The Video Just Before It Happened The Victim Is At Bellevue Hospital Police Are Still searching For That Dark-colored SUV ... Read More
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No. 258: Northwell’s big week, Winthrop’s ambitious diabetes study and the Center on Rural Innovation

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Welcome, dear readers: To another Wednesday edition of your exclusive Innovate LI newsletter, coming to you on this Ides of November. Before we highlight another busy week in Long Island socioeconomics, a gentle reminder to send your congratulations, corrections and questions to editor@innovateli.com. We love hearing from you. It’s Nov. 15 out there: On which we remember late greats including German-British Astronomer William Herschel (born 1738, discovered Uranus and a bunch of moons), American artist Georgia O’Keefe (born 1887, founded “American modernism”) and Judge Joseph Wapner (born 1917, presided over “The People’s Court”), am... Read More
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Neighbors Question The Use Of Deadly Force In Bronx Police-Involved Shooting

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Published on Nov 14, 2017This, as the two security guards stabbed by the suspect are home from the hospital. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports. Category News & Politics License ... Read More
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Sumo Champion Attacks Fellow Wrestler

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Published on Nov 14, 2017On Nov. 14 sumo grand champion Yokozuna Harumafuji apologized for attacking a fellow Mongolian wrestler, who reportedly suffered a fractured skull after being hit in the head with a beer bottle. Category License Standard YouTube License ... Read More
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New Questions About Deadly Police Shooting Of Stabbing Suspect

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Published on Nov 14, 2017Investigators say the man attacked two security guards at a Bronx shelter, but people who knew him say deadly force was not necessary. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Clo... Read More
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Northwell’s big week only starts with a vascular first

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By GREGORY ZELLER // It’s only Tuesday, but Northwell Health has already had a very busy week, featuring two new accreditations – including a first-of-its-kind vascular/endovascular honor – and a national post for a Northwell physician. The New Hyde Park-based health system announced Monday that Harris Nagler, a urologist at Northwell Health’s Lake Success-based Smith Institute for Urology, has been named president of the American Urological Association’... Read More
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How to Get Rich Playing Video Games on Twitch

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The most followed players on the platform Twitch earn well into seven figures. Illustration by Andy Rementer One humid morning this past summer, Omeed Dari... Read More
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Full Frame Close Up: Love and Wushu

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Two decades ago, Helen Liang lay in her hospital bed in despair after being told that she had only two weeks to live. As a master in Chinese Wushu (“Wushu” translates to “martial arts” in English), she was trained to overcome obstacles, but this was by the far the most challenging and heartbreaking moment of her life. She was determined to fight the death sentence handed to her by the oncologist. With the unwavering love of her parents, traditional Chinese medicine and a daily regimen of tai chi and qigong, she defied the odds. Some people may call her recovery a miracle, but to the people in Helen’s life, it was a far more meaningful and personal journey.Watch CGTN LIVE on you... Read More
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North Korean soldier shot crossing DMZ

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Published on Nov 14, 2017A North Korean soldier was shot five times and wounded as he crossed the heavily-guarded Demilitarized Zone into South Korea on Monday. He is being treated in a South Korean hospital. Category License Standard YouTube License No... Read More
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Police Search For Driver In Union Square Hit-And-Run

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Published on Nov 14, 2017A 34-year-old pedestrian was hurt just before 1 a.m. on Nov. 14 while walking at the corner of East 14th Street and Union Square East when he was struck by a dark-colored SUV. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports. Category License Standard YouTube License ... Read More
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NIH grant links LI researcher to top diabetes study

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By GREGORY ZELLER // A multiyear federal grant will plug a top Long Island researcher into medical science’s foremost diabetes study. Alan Jacobson, chief research officer at Mineola-based NYU Winthrop Hospital, has secured a $4.23 million stipend from the National Institutes of Health to study the long-term neurocognitive effects of type 1 diabetes. The five-year grant will help Jacobson better understand how the disease – which affects more than 1.25 million Americans, according to the NIH – affects brain functions. That data will then inform the international ... Read More
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Stabbing Suspect Shot And Killed By Police In The Bronx

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Detected Closed Captioning: Well Chris And Mary It Happened Here Inside Of A Shelter For Homeless And Mentally Ill Men And Were Told That The Initial Attack Was Completely Unprovoked Right Now Crime Scene Investigators Are Still Collecting Evidence They've Been Here For The Last Several Hours And We're Told By Police That There Is surveillance Video Of That Initial Attack And The Officers Responding Were Wearing Body Cameras That Has Footage Of Their Confrontation That Suspect We Have A Photo Of Him He's Identified As 67 year Old Cornell Lockhart Investigators Say He Used A Steak Knife To Attack Those Two Female Security Guards In The Lobby Around 8:00 Last Night Here At The Hughes House Which Is A Facility For homeless And ... Read More
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New York Today: New York Today: A Renowned Chef’s Advice for Beginners

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Dead Man’s Family Accuses Cow Vigilantes of Murder

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Detected Closed Captioning: Police In India's Rajasthan State Are Investigating A Possible Murder By So-called Cow Vigilantes. Police Found The Dead Beady Of Ummar Khan On Railroad Tracks In The City Of Alwar. Khan's Family And The Local Muslim Community, Allege That Vigilantes Murdered Khan And Then Threw His Body On The Tracks To Make It Look Like An Accident. Two Other Men Were Reportedly With Khan At The Time Of The Alleged Attack. The Hindu Reports One Has Been Admitted To An Area Hospital While The Other Is Missing. Cows Are Considered Sacred In Hinduism And Multiple People Have Been Killed For Transporting The Animals On Suspicion They Intend To Slaughter Them. Police Say They Are Investigating But Have Not Confirmed T... Read More
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New Charges Filed In Hazing Death Of Penn State Fraternity Pledge

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Detected Closed Captioning: New Charges Today Against Members Of A Penn State Fraternity Over The Hazing Death Of A Sophomore From Lebanon New Jersey Prosecutors Were Able To Recover New Evidence In The Case CBS 2's Alice Gainer In Our Newsroom With The New Info Alice Maurice And Kristine We Are Talking About Dozens Of New Charges And ten Additional Defendants This After Investigators Were Able To Restore Security Camera Footage Taken Inside The Frat House The Night A Pledge Consumed Dangerous Amounts Of Alcohol And Suffered Fatal Injuries We Are Making We're Making Holiday Plans Without Our Son Tim Because Of Your Actions An Emotional Jim Piazza Father Of 19 Year old Tim Piazza Directed His Anger At Beta Theta Pi Fraternity... Read More
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Prosecutors Give Update In Death Of Tim Piazza At Penn State

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Published on Nov 13, 2017Prosecutors say the discovery of deleted video evidence was enough to get fresh charges in the death of a fraternity pledge at Penn State. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: As The Co... Read More
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North Koreans shoot, wound soldier defecting to South at DMZ

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SEOUL, South Korea — North Korean soldiers shot at and wounded a fellow soldier who was crossing a jointly controlled area at the heavily guarded border to defect to South Korea on Monday, the South’s military said. North Korean soldiers have occasionally defected to South Korea across the border. But it’s rare for a North Korean soldier to defect via the Joint Security Area, where border guards of the rival Koreas stand facing each other just meters (feet) away, and be shot by fellow North Korean soldiers. ... Read More
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North Korean Soldier Defects to South Over Demilitarized Zone

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Published on Nov 13, 2017A North Korean soldier defected to the South over the Demilitarized Zone on Nov. 13, getting shot and wounded by his fellow soldiers in the process. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: ... Read More
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7.3-Magnitude Earthquake Near Iraq-Iran Border Kills Over 400

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Published on Nov 13, 2017A 7.3-magnitude earthquake near western Iran's border with Iraq killed over 400 people and injured thousands more Nov. 12. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: [Music] The Deadliest Ea... Read More
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Typhoid Mary: The Infamous Cook’s Deadly Gold Coast Legacy

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Mary Mallon (foreground) in a hospital bed during her first quarantine. Mary Mallon had spent most of her life living in squalid housing in the Lower East Side, but on August 4, 1906, she was escaping from all that, seated in a Long Island Rail Road car bound for Oyster Bay. The train pulled into the elegant new station that featured oyster shells in the exterior cement. She was looking forward to clean, cool, bay breezes. She had been hired as a cook by Charles Henry Warren, the president of Lincoln Bank in Manhattan and banker to the Vanderbilts. Warren had rented a large yellow house with a wraparound porch at the corner of McCouns Lane and East Main Street. The mansion had well-manicu... Read More
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Marching band shows up for epic cancer-free celebration

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Usually this band performs at high school football games. This time, their performance was outside the home of someone who deserved an entire band’s love and support.NORCROSS, Ga. -- Alane Levy met Josh Libman just four days before his leg was amputated. She learned about his battle with cancer on a Facebook group for Jewish mothers. Moms around Atlanta were trying to raise money to help Libman with his hospital expenses. "I couldn't write a check, but I could offer my nursing services," Levy thought.Check out more Humankind stories:Subscribe to our YouTube channel: ... Read More
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What we know about the Tesla semi truck before the Thursday reveal

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Tesla’s big year (the good and the bad) isn’t over yet. The company is set to unveil its Class 8 semi truck prototype Thursday night at its Hawthorne, California facility. While perhaps not as critical to the automaker as its new mass-market Model 3, the Tesla semi truck announcement will mark yet another turning point and big test for the company. But why is Tesla’s next act a semi truck? That question has become more important as the second half of 2017 for Tesla has appeared to be about mitigating damage control over the Model 3’s production hurdles. Tesla is scrambling to build a lot of cars quickly in order to start delivering to thousands of waiting customers. Tesla first began accepting depos... Read More
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Cancer patients face ‘delays’ in cash-strapped Rio hospitals

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Delegates at a world summit on tackling cancer are talking about ways to increase access to treatment. While people in remote and regional areas may struggle to access services, there is a growing trend of people in major urban areas missing out too.Brazil’s National Cancer Institute is considered one of the country’s best, but patients there complain about a number of setbacks and obstacles.Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler looks at the issues facing cancer patients in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro after the country's health ministry cut funding to Rio’s hospitals by 35 percent this year.- Subscribe to our channel: ... Read More
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Senior Citizen Activities -December 2017

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Mineola, NY – Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano invites residents to enjoy the many activities that are scheduled to take place during December 2017 at Nassau County Senior Centers throughout the area. Additional information and reservations are available by calling the telephone number listed for the Senior Center where the activity is being held. FRANKLIN SQUARE SENIOR COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER  Wesley United Methodist Church, 619 Fenworth Boulevard, Franklin Square (516) 481-3322 Date:               Fridays, December 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Time:              1:00 p.m. Program:        Chair Yog... Read More
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Women might be less likely to get CPR because people are afraid of touching their chests

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Women who are having a heart attack are less likely to get bystander CPR and more likely to die, according to a new study — and it may be because people are reluctant to touch women’s chests. A new study looked at 20,000 cases of cardiac arrest and found that 39 percent of women who had heart attacks in a public place received CPR, compared to 45 percent of men. Possibly as a result, men were 23 percent more likely to survive. The results were discussed at the American Heart Associ... Read More
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More than 370 killed, thousands injured in Iraq-Iran earthquake

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More than 370 people have died and roughly 4,000 others have been injured in a 7.3 magnitude earthquake that struck on the Iraq-Iran border, near the Iraqi town of Halabja, at 9:18pm local time on December 12.The disaster caused widespread damage in both countries, with tens of thousands forced from their homes.Al Jazeera's Imran Khan reports. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe- Follow us on Twitter: ... Read More
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Man Charged In Uber Driver’s Death To Face Judge

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Delhi choked with toxic smog as air quality worsens

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For almost a week the Indian capital has been choked with toxic smog.Hospital admissions have spiked. Authorities have taken extraordinary measures to improve air quality.But Indians say this has been plaguing Delhi for years. And they want government leaders to act.Al Jazeera's Mereana Hond reports.- Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe- Follow us on Twitter: ... Read More
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Powerful tremor hits Iraq-Iran border, scores killed

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Rescue teams have been deployed to the regions struck by Sunday’s 7.3 magnitude earthquake on the Iran-Iraq border; initial assessments are that some eight Iranian villages have been affected. At least 141 people have died so far, with more than one thousand others injured. Rescue teams have been deployed towards the epicentre, 30km southwest of the Iraqi town of Halabjah.Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports.Subscribe to our channel http... Read More
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Robocops can’t tackle online crime without human assistance

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Cybercrime is on the rise and organizations across a wide variety of industries — from financial institutions to insurance, to healthcare providers, and large e-retailers — are rightfully worried.  In the first half of 2017 alone, over 2 billion records were compromised.  After stealing PII (personally identifiable information) from these hacks, fraudsters can gain access to customer accounts, create synthetic identities, and even craft phony business profiles to commit variou... Read More
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Saudi easing Yemen blockade is not enough: UN, agencies

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The UN and the European Union are welcoming initial steps by the Saudi-led military coalition to lift its blockade on Yemen.The government-held southern port of Aden is now open, and the national airline says they will resume flights out of Aden and Seyoun. But the EU says it's not enough to prevent mass starvation. The UN and aid agencies are demanding a full lifting of the restrictions, to avoid a humanitarian catastrophe.Al Jazeera's Mereana Hond reports. - Subscribe to our channel: ... Read More
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Volunteer Nurses Head To Puerto Rico

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Published on Nov 11, 2017Dozens of volunteer nurses from the Tri-State Area are heading to Puerto Rico to help those on the island who are still reeling from Hurricane Maria. Reena Roy has the story. Category License Standard YouTube License De... Read More
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Google Pixel Buds review: Google Assistant makes a home in your ears

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Google’s very first pair of headphones go on sale November 17 for $159, and we got a pair to test out their ability to translate 40 languages, play music, ping notifications in your ear, and power Google Assistant commands like ordering a pizza, getting directions, and searching Google. All tests of the device took place with a Pixel 2 smartphone. Pixel Buds can be used with Android or iOS smartphones, but the Google Assistant features are only available for Android phones. Pixel Buds first ... Read More
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Car Hits 2 Kids, Crashes Into Home

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Published on Nov 10, 2017What started as a hit-and-run ended with a car slamming into a home in Jamaica, Queens. CBS2's Jessica Layton hears from the family who can't believe the chaos and the damage. Category License Standard YouTube License D... Read More
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One of the Most Venomous Snakes in the World Bites Australian Teenager

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Detected Closed Captioning: An Australian Teenager Has Been Bitten By One Of The Most Venomous Snakes In The World. On Sunday, Nov. 5, 19-year Old, Nathan Chetcuti, Was Bitten By His Pet Inland Taipan Snake And Was Rushed To A Brisbane Hospital. The Deadly Taipan, Which Is Native To Eastern Australia, Reportedly Bit Chetcuti When He Was Putting It Back In Its Enclosure. The Teenager, Who Is Described As A Snake Breeder, Keeps Dozens Of Lizards And Snakes And He Frequently Posts Videos Of Himself With The Large Collection. He Talks In One Of His Videos About Being Bitten Before, However, Not By A Deadly Snake Like A Taipan. There Is An Anti-venom For A Taipan Bite But It Needs To Be Administered Quickly And Extensive Medical S... Read More
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Man Convicted of Killing NYPD Cop from Long Island

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From left: NYPD Officer Brian Moore, of Long Island, and his alleged killer, Demetrius Blackwell. Jurors found a Queens Village man guilty on Thursday of fatally shooting a New York City police officer from Massapequa during a traffic stop two years ago. Demetrius Blackwell, 37, shot Police Officer Brian Moore as he and his partner, Police Officer Erik Jansen, approached him in their unmarked police cruiser on the night of May 2, 2015. Moore was struck in the head and died two days later at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center. “The evidence of [Black... Read More
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Woman Charged In Fatal Brooklyn Fire

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Published on Nov 10, 2017An arrest has been made in the deadly fire in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn that killed two grandparents and injured nearly a dozen other people. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected ... Read More
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Man Killed In Apparent Road Rage Incident

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Published on Nov 10, 2017A driver is in custody after an apparent road rage incident ended with a man's death. It all started Thursday evening at an intersection in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports. Category License Standard YouTube License ... Read More
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Car driver ‘deliberately’ rams into passers-by near Toulouse, injures 3

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Three people have been injured in southwestern France after a car rammed into a crowd. According to police, the driver says he did it on purpose. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8rz0RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-airSubscrib... Read More
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Stony Brook approves naming med school for hedge fund

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The Stony Brook University Council, an advisory board to the university, has approved naming its medical school for Renaissance Technologies, the hedge founded by former mathematics chair Jim Simons. The resolution,was approved by the 10-person board by a vote of nine to one at the end of the Oct. 2 meeting followed an earlier electronic vote. Karen Wishnia, the only student representative in the group, the treasurer of the Graduate Student Organization and a doctoral student in the department of Art History and Criticism, was the sole vote against the naming. Karen Wishnia The council includes nine members appointed... Read More
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Man in India Seeks Help for Leg Swollen to 4 Times its Normal Size

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Published on Nov 10, 2017A man in India is currently seeking treatment for an extreme case of elephantiasis that he said was caused by a mosquito bite from four years ago. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: a... Read More
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Drone footage shows extent of Mosul destruction

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Drone footage of western Mosul's hospital district shows the extent of destruction that the city suffered during the nine months it was under siege from the Islamic State group. (Nov. 10)Subscribe for more Breaking News: ... Read More
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Lions of New York: David Dinkins Doesn’t Think He Failed. He Might Be Right.

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Photo The riots erupted after a 7-year-old black child, Gavin Cato, was hit and killed by a car in a rabbi’s motorcade. Credit Ángel Franco/The New York Times ... Read More
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Man Convicted of Murder in New York Police Officer’s Death

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For Mr. Blackwell, who was taken into custody at a house near the shooting after an intensive 90-minute search by police officers that May evening, the case played out on the same residential streets where he had played sports with other children as a boy and where he still lived.His lawyer, David A. Bart, had tried to convince jurors that the prosecution had not proved his client’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. With a single defense witness, a neuropsychologist, Mr. Bart argued that even if the jury found Mr. Blackwell responsible for th... Read More
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The Iowa Wave through a child’s eyes

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For the children and families in the UI Stead Family Children's Hospital including 6-year-old Will Kohn, the end of the first quarter marks the beginning of their brief escape from the hospital walls.The moment nears. Will Kohn’s father leans over and asks: “Are you ready?” The boy nods, his gaze fixed on the scene 12 stories below. And then his eyes grow very wide.Will is 6. This is his 295th day at the University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital – his 44th with a new heart. He’d been up here once before to see the fans at Kinnick Stadium wave in unison to him and the other young patients watching from the windows of the new hospital wing. This time, Will’s wave back to t... Read More
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Holiday fairs planned for 4 Northwell hospitals

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Looking to deepen its bonds with the communities it serves, Northwell Health is once again holding holiday fairs outside four of its hospitals this season. Community members will be invited to join in the festivities – including music, refreshments, face painting, arts and crafts and a petting zoo – at Plainview, Glen Cove, Huntington and Southside hospitals. Northwell Health’s so-called Holiday Spectacular celebration originated at Southside Hospital in Bay Shore, where it is being held for the 14th time on Sunday, Dec. 3. Northwell Health expanded the fair to Huntington Hospital two years ago and added the Glen Cove and Plainview locations last year. This year’s Huntington fair will be Sat... Read More
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Meet Tug, the Helpful Robot Rolling Its Way Into Hospitals and Hotels Around the World

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Robots seem so far away. We’re so many years from Jetsons-esque machines that live among us and wash our dishes and fold our clothes. But the reality is the robots have arrived—you’re just not noticing them. Take a robot called Tug, for instance. No, Tug can't talk philosophy with you, and Tug can't do your laundry. But Tug is a pioneer. Because in hospitals around the world, this robot is helping nurses and doctors care for patients by autonomously delivering food and drugs, shouldering the burden of time-consuming mundanity. And now, it's rolling more and more into hotels, so get ready to see more of Tug. If we’re being honest, Tug isn’t much to look at, unless you’re p... Read More
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RAW: Drone footage reveals Mosul devastation

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Drone footage from western Mosul’s hospital district shows the extent of destruction that the city suffered during the nine months it was under siege from ISIS.Iraqi forces pushed militants out of the city after a grueling battle that ended in July. Thousands of civilians are believed to have been killed, and entire neighborhoods were turned into wastelands of rubble during the campaign.At the height of its power in 2014, ISIS controlled as much as one third of the country, with its so-called caliphate stretching from eastern Aleppo province in Syria to the outskirts of Baghdad in Iraq.RT LIVE ... Read More
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Moment of residential building collapse & aftermath in Russia’s Urals

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Footage exists which captured the collapse of a nine-story building in Izhevsk on Thursday. At least three people were killed; two more were reportedly taken to hospital and several remain trapped under the debris.An investigation is underway, with a gas explosion seen as the most likely cause.A total of 411 emergency service workers and 111 pieces of equipment are involved in the response, many of them from Russia’s Ministry of Emergency Situations.COURTESY: RT's RUPTLY video agency, NO RE-UPLOAD, NO REUSE - FOR LICENSING, PLEASE, CONTACT ... Read More
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Groom Shot in Genitals Night Before Wedding

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Detected Closed Captioning: A Groom Was Recently Shot In His Genitals, The Night Before His Wedding. Osman Al-Alsaied, Age 28, From Egypt, Was Enjoying His Bachelor Party On The Evening Of Nov. 6, When A Member Of The Party Fired Celebratory Gunshots Which Accidentally Hit Him. Al-Alsaied Suffered Injuries To His Testicles, Thigh And Hand. He Is Being Treated In Hospital. The Shooter, A 26-year-old Man, Fled From The Party. Police, However, Caught Up With Him And He Has Been Arrested. The Firing Of A Gun Is A Common Celebratory Tradition In Egypt, And This Is Not The First Time Somebody Has Been Hurt Carrying Out The Act. According To The Daily Mail, A 14-year-old Boy Was Shot Dead Last Month In Egypt, When A Wedding Guest Lo... Read More
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Parents In The ER

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Detected Closed Captioning: TREND THAT ALLOWS EVEN ENCOURAGES PARENTS TO BE IN THE ROOM. CBS 2'S DR. MAX GOMEZ EXPLAINS. Reporter: WHEN 10-YEAR-OLD JONA BROKE HIS LEG AT THE SCHOOL, THE PARENTS WERE AT THE HOSPITAL WHEN THE AMBULANCE ARRIVED. WE WERE TAKEN INTO THE ROOM WITH MY SON AND THE MEDICAL TEAM. Reporter: TRADITIONALLY PARENTS ARE MADE TO STAY IN A SEPARATE WAITING AREA. BUT A NEW NATIONAL SURVEY BY ORLANDO HEALTH FINDS THAT 90% OF AMERICANS SAY PARENTS SHOULD HAVE THE OPTION TO STAY WITH THEIR CHILD DURING TRAUMA CARE. AT ORLANDO HEALTH, ARNOLD PALMER HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN, PARENTS ARE INVITED TO BE PART OF THE CHILD'S TREATMENT, ALONG WITH A DEDICATED STAFF MEMBER TO KEEP THEM INFORMED. JOHN WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU. R... Read More
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Fatal Brooklyn Fire Under Investigation

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Detected Closed Captioning: The Investigation Intensifies Tonight k-9 Unit's Canvassing This 11th Avenue Building Near 67th Street As The NYPD Arson And Explosion Squad Searches For Evidence Sources Say They're Working To Confirm If An Accelerant Was Used In This Fire Detectives Also Blocked Off This Car Nearby Witnesses Spotting Them Pulling Items From It I Think It's Really Really Sad It's It's Actually It's Beyond Sad Because This Is A Really Nice Tight-knit Community Flames Burned Through This Third Floor Apartment around 7:00 This Morning that's Where Firefighters Discovered The Bodies Of A 58 Year Old Man And 56 Year Old Woman They Were Grandparents Whose Family Was Also Injured Police Say Two adults And Their Children... Read More
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Mangano: United Veterans Organization Hosts Veterans Day Service at Eisenhower Park

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Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano joined County Legislators Laura Schaefer and Rose Walker, members of the United Veterans Organization (UVO) and members of Long Island’s health care community, at the UVO’s annual Veteran’s Day service at Veteran’s Plaza in Field 6 of Eisenhower Park on Sunday, November 5th. The event included an opening address by County Executive Mangano and a performance by the St. Agnes Choir. “On behalf of the residents of Nassau County, I thank all of the veterans who served our country in times of war and peace and our servicemen and women who are now defending freedom around the world,” said County Executive Mangano. “Today, at this beautiful memorial, we gather to recogni... Read More
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Gunman Convicted of Murder in New York Police Officer’s Death

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But Daniel A. Saunders, an assistant district attorney, in his closing arguments, said the evidence showed that the lone defense witness, Sarah G. Schaffer, was “uniquely unqualified” to have evaluated Mr. Blackwell’s cognitive abilities.In its deliberations, the jury asked to review two items: Mr. Blackwell’s medical records and the testimony of Officer Moore’s partner, Officer Erik Jansen. Mr. Blackwell, who did not t... Read More
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US Tourist Dies Falling From Myanmar Temple

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Detected Closed Captioning: A U.S. Tourist Has Died, After Falling From A Myanmar Temple. The Myanmar Government Announced 20-year-old Kassandra Braun's Death On Nov. 8. She Was Allegedly Trying To View The Sunset And Fell From A 20-foot Pagoda In Myanmar's Ancient Former Capital Of Bagan. She Died On The Way To A Hospital. Braun, A Student At St Edward's University In Austin, Texas, Was In Myanmar On A Study Abroad Program. Her Parents Told News Sources, She Was, "having The Time Of Her Life On Semester At Sea And Was Living Her Dream." Myanmar Authorities Have Been Trying For Some Time To Restrict Tourists From Climbing The Temples Saying They Needed To Protect Tourist's Safety, However, Some Tourists Like Braun, Do Continu... Read More
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In Closing Arguments, 2 Scenarios in Fatal Shooting of Officer

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Mr. Blackwell, dressed in a slate-colored business shirt and black pants, sat silently during the summations, his head cocked to one side. He faces life in prison if he is convicted of first- and second-degree murder and other charges. On Wednesday, the first person to arrive at the courtroom was a friend of his — a noticeable difference from the rest of the 10-day trial when few, if any, supporters took seats in the gallery behind him.“I just think the system failed him,” said the friend, a man who declined to provide his name as he sat... Read More
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Facebook Posts Aren’t Going to Help the Rohingya Refugees

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“Never in my life have I seen so many frightened people, huddled together, in such a small space,” my friend posted on Facebook in October. A resident at a local hospital, she is working unpaid hours at Ukhia, responding to the arrival of over half a million persecuted Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh since late August. Wounded men, raped women, children who witnessed their parents getting slaughtered — the survivors tell horrific tales of how the Buddhist militia attacked and burnt homes to the ground. In less than 70 days, Kutupalong — now one of the largest refugee camps in the world — has become makeshift shelter to nea... Read More
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The Rohingya Exodus – 101 East

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The UN calls it a "textbook example of ethnic cleansing" - more than 600,000 Rohingya have fled their homes in Myanmar, seeking sanctuary in Bangladesh. They've brought stories of burning villages, murder, rape and babies being thrown into fires. This human catastrophe is happening under the leadership of Nobel Peace Prize winner, Aung San Suu Kyi.Those who've made it to the squalid refugee camps in Bangladesh may have escaped with their lives, but they now face an uncertain future in one of the world's poorest countries. 101 East investigates the plight of the Rohingya.Follow 101 East here:Facebook: ... Read More
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When will the Earth try to kill us again?

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Enlarge / The milky way above the sky of Sinabung volcano during pyroclastic flow in Karo, North Sumatra, Indonesia.YT Haryono/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images “The revolutions and changes which have left the earth as we now find it, are not confined to the overthrow of the ancient layers” - Georges Cuvier, 1831. Our planet Earth has extinguished large portion... Read More
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Police: Suspects Sought In Brooklyn Robbery

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Detected Closed Captioning: San Mary It Was A Group Of Five Men Who Randomly Attacked This Man Walking Down North Fifth Street Here In Williamsburg in The Early Morning Hours Of October 30th And Now Police Are Looking For those Five Men Responsible For Beating And Kicking The Man Before Robbing Him Of His Belongings Take A Look At This Surveillance Video It Was Caught During the Incident You Can See Three Men Approached One Man The 35 Year Old Victim Walking Alone And Start Beating him Two Other Men Run Across The Street to Join In The Victim Says That He Does Not Know His Attackers He Was Ambushed For No Reason Before He Was Stripped Of his Backpack Wallet And Cell Phone The Men Then Ran Down North Fifth Street towards Have... Read More
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Preschooler Death

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Detected Closed Captioning: And Loved A Little Elijah Silvera Unable To Wrap Their Minds Or Hearts Around The Fact That He's Gone He Was One Of Those Kids At Home That When You Walk In A Room And So Let Me Just Light Up His Death A Tragedy Now The Center Of Multiple Investigations after His Family Says The Three-year-old was At School At The 7th Avenue Center For Family Services In Harlem Last Friday Where He Was Given A Grilled Cheese Sandwich By An Adult At The Pre-k despite Them Knowing And Having Documented That He Has A Severe Allergy to Dairy Elijah Went Into Anaphylactic shock And Was Taken To The Pediatric ER at Harlem Hospital Were Tragically They Were Unable To Save Him Wednesday Five Days After Elijah's Death The ... Read More
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Health Department Closing Harlem Pre-K After 3-Year-Old Dies

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Detected Closed Captioning: Breaking News A School Shut Down After A Deadly Mistake A Three-year-old Given A grilled-cheese When Educators Knew He Was Allergic To Dairy Tonight A Mourning Relative Shares The Story Exclusively With CBS 2 Good Evening I'm Maurice Dubois And I'm Kristine Johnson Word Came Late Tonight from The Health Department That It Is Closing The Harlem Pre-k As They Investigate More On How This Tragedy happened CBS 2's Valerie Castro Live Now At The School With The Latest For Us Valerie Maurice And Christine Tonight The 7th Avenue Center For Family Services Is Closed Until The Department Of Health Can Sort Out Exactly What Went Wrong But the Family Says This Is A Tragedy That Could Have Been Prevented Thre... Read More
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3-Year-Old Dies After Allergic Reaction At Pre-K

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Detected Closed Captioning: It's Not A Harlem Family Wants Answers after The Death Of Their Three-year-old Son They Say He Died After Eating A Grilled Cheese Sandwich At Preschool Elijah Silveira Had A Dairy Allergy His Family Says The School Was Aware Of A Relative Told Us An Adult At The 7th Avenue Center For Family Services Gave silvera The Sandwich On Friday The Boy Then Broke Out In Hives And Later Died at The Hospital it Was So Vera's First Week At The School On Lenox Avenue The School Issued A Statement Today To Say It Is Cooperating With All City Agencies And Conducting Its Own Investigation ... Read More
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The Neediest Cases Fund: Her Brother’s Death Left Her Heartbroken. Then She Had a Heart Attack.

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At 53, Mr. Rivera, the “baby boy” of the family, had seemed unstoppable, Ms. Rivera said. He worked two full-time jobs until the end. Each morning at 7, he would arrive at Bronx Criminal Court, where he worked for almost two decades. He finished there at 5 p.m. and would drive straight to his second job with Delta Air Lines at La Guardia Airport, where he worked through the evening, returning home at 1 a.m. He would sleep four hours, then start again.Ms. Rivera said her brother’s work ethic came from a desire to provide for his son, Andrew. Although Mr. Rivera never finished college, she said, he was determined to give his son ... Read More
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Scientists Grow a New Set of Skin to Cure a Lethal Genetic Disease

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The baby was still in diapers when the first blister appeared, ballooning red and angry from his pale, newborn skin. Soon, they became a regular feature on the map of his body, along with deep creases in his face when he howled out in pain. A doctor told the parents his LAMB3 gene had a glitch—his body wasn’t making enough of a protein to anchor the outer layer of his skin to the inner ones. For seven years they kept the blisters at bay. But by summer of 2015, the wounds were winning—and the boy had lost 60 percent of his skin. In June, the child arrived at the burn unit of the Ruhr University Children’s Hospital in Bochum, Germany, hot with fever and septic from a strain of staph... Read More
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No. 256: Historic places, earning potential, winning students and will.i.am doing customer service

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Good day, comrades: Take a bow this Nov. 8, dear readers, if you were around 100 years ago today, when Lenin, Trotsky and Stalin took over following Russia’s October Revolution of 1917. (Just, you know … bow carefully.) Welcome new readers Ted, Joseph, Diane and Daniel, and please share your thoughts at editor@innovateli.com. Story tips, corrections and back-pats gratefully accepted. Shed no tiers for them: Heartfelt congratulations to our friends at Uniondale law firm Farrell Fritz, which earned a ... Read More
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‘The Wave’ Becomes Sweet New Football Tradition

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“The Wave” has become quite the national spectacle, with nearly everyone in the University of Iowa's 70,585-seat stadium turning to wave to the pediatric patients watching the Hawkeyes football game from the hospital right across the street. (Nov. 8)Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPressGet updates and more Breaking News here: ... Read More
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Texas church gunman escaped from psychiatric hospital in 2012

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New details are emerging about the gunman in that church massacre in Texas. Newly uncovered police records show Devin Kelley once escaped from a mental health hospital and tried to attack his military supervisors. These details, however, did not show up on background checks when he bought his guns.CGTN's Hendrik Sybrandy reports.No Closed Captioning Detected within this Video.... Read More