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Wells Fargo Claws Back $41 Million in Stock From CEO

Based on a review of the bank's regulatory filings, The Times has estimated Stumpf's unvested shares could ultimately have been worth as much as $52 million, though that figure includes the maximum potential value of some awards that are based on the...

Florida Health Officials Report on Response to Zika in Wynwood

Croix has had 60 confirmed cases, up eight from last week, and St. John has seen 20 confirmed cases, up seven. As with the first case reported last month, the Mississippi Department of Health has said the two new cases involve residents who had t...

First suspected cases of Zika virus microcephaly in Thailand, officials investigate

The Zika virus is primarily spread by infected mosquitoes, specifically the yellow fever mosquito and the Asian tiger mosquito. All confirmed Zika cases in California have involved people who contracted the virus while traveling outside the United St...

Shimon Peres 'fighting for his life' as condition worsens

Peres, 93, suffered a stroke on September 14, after which he was immediately hospitalized and taken to the Tel HaShomer Medical Center under the supervision of his son-in-law, Dr. On Tuesday, Walden declined to comment in detail, saying only that his...

'Fault in Our Stars' wife, Katie Prager, dies

Her husband, Dalton Prager, 25, passed on Sunday in Missouri. Katie Prager died after developing complications related to the disease and after she received a lung transplant. The couple had been forced to live in separate states in recent years an...

Tweet more with Twitter's new 140 character rule

The site has also been plagued by mixed financial results and dramatic dips in its share price over the past year as user numbers have failed to rise. The limit to 140 characters has been a staple of Twitter since the social network was launched in...

NFL Week 2: Keys to Steelers defense vs. Bengals

To say that these two teams do NOT like each other is a huge understatement, as witnessed in last year's 18-16 Steelers win in the AFC Wild Card game in a driving rain storm in the Queen City, in which star linebacker Vontaze Burfict would be ejec...

Lions, Titans start games - even before kickoff

It all starts up front, where a plethora of talented defensive linemen must learn to work together to pressure opposing quarterbacks. The Lions built off a 6-2 finish to last season by picking up a 39-35 win at Indianapolis last week. Matthew Sta...

Woman who received world's first face transplant dies aged 49

The woman underwent surgery on November 27, 2005, after her pet dog, a Labrador cross breed, attacked her and ripped off much of her face. In 2005, Dinoire received a new chin, nose and lips, from a brain-dead woman. Her doctors noticed swelling an...

Could Medical Marijuana Help Reduce Opioid Abuse?

A Massachusetts Department of Public Health study released Thursday found that 85 percent of the 2,212 people who died from overdoses during the two-year period had used either heroin or fentanyl. The study also states that researchers have chose to ...

Prince William Rushes to the Aid of a Royal Rep

Kate and William will be visiting the school to promote their Heads Together campaign, which they launched in May alongside Prince Harry , in the hopes that it will encourage a healthy discussion surrounding mental health issues in the UK.

2 earthquakes hit South Korea; no reports of serious damage

The 5.8 magnitude quake was the strongest recorded in South Korea , an official at the meteorological agency said. Fourteen people were injured but there were no reports of serious damage, a Ministry of Public Safety and Security official said.

Teen dies from brain-eating amoeba contracted in Md. creek

On August 27, Kerry Stoutenburgh was rushed to hospital due to vomiting and continuous headaches. You've probably heard of the parasite that killed her: Naegleria fowleri . Once in the nose, the amoeba can travel upwards to the brain, which is u...

Bills prepare for Ravens and another suspension

And after serving his apprenticeship, he heads to Baltimore to show the Ravens what they missed out on. His presence in the Ravens secondary was so influential that it even coaxed this out of New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, per Mon...

WHO declares Sri Lanka malaria-free in "truly remarkable" achievement

Ministers of Health from the member countries region, including the Health Minister Dr. Rajitha Senaratne as well as WHO Regional Director of WHO Dr. Poonam Khetrapal Singh were present at the function. Malaria is a public health problem in India . ...

Clinton says controversies behind her; Trump begs to differ

On TV bashing Trump. While he wrote a year ago that Trump's physical strength and stamina are extraordinary, Bornstein tells NBC that he doesn't think Trump is in any better or worse shape than the average person who exercises daily. "Every time an...

Roche's Zika test gets FDA Emergency Use Authorization

The tropical mosquito that spreads Zika and other viruses is found along the southern U.S. Friday's directive lists 11 states that will need to begin screening blood in the next month due to their location or because of the influx of travelers from Z...

Tropical Smoothie Cafe Sued: Hepatitis A in Egyptian Berries

Some law firms are in the process of filing multiple suits against Tropical Smoothie Cafe on behalf of the clients inflicted with hepatitis A , in addition to a class action on behalf of those who were vaccinated after having frozen strawberries f...

Medic to test donated blood for Zika virus

Peter Marks, director of the FDA's Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research in a statement about the announcement . The U.S. blood donation system is massive with about one million units of blood collected from each month. According to FDA chi...

Mosquitoes capable of transmitting Zika found in 7th county

After all, there is presently no vaccine available, so the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) recommends avoiding mosquito bites. Much of the concern in the media regarding the teratogenicity of Zika virus infection has focused on bra...

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Multistate Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Controversial Supplement

Eight of 11 people interviewed reported consuming kratom in pills, powder, or tea forms. Meanwhile, Missouri-based Divinity Products Distribution has promised to recall and des...

Lansing city officials prepare for potential flooding in Mid-Michigan area

Wednesday morning. "Most common for us is urban flooding; we see this around the city of Meridian all the time, where certain spots in the city like to flood whenever we see a lot...

British Government Temporarily Halts New Funding to Aid Group Oxfam

Evans, who headed a "safeguarding" section responsible for protecting staff and the people Oxfam works with, spoke of frustration that her calls for more support for her team were ...

Brits Reacted In The Most British Way Possible To The Swansea Earthquake

The British Geological Survey said the epicentre was approximately 20km north-north-east of Swansea and at a depth of 7.4km. Events of this magnitude happen in the United Kingdo...

Onigbinde backs Eagles for CHAN title

In the second half, Morocco's first CHAN title edged even closer after Nigeria's Eneji Moses left the pitch after a second yellow card at the 47th minute. "The final of the A...

China, Russia not abiding by sanctions against N. Korea

The report cited evidence that North Korea has sold a ballistic-missile system to Myanmar and that it may be helping Syria with a chemical weapons program. North Korean leader K...

Fujifilm to take over Xerox, agrees to combine photocopier business

The companies said Wednesday that Fuji Xerox, their 56-year-old joint venture, will combine with Xerox, with Fujifilm Holdings taking a 50.1 percent stake in the newly formed c...

Oldest Human Fossil Outside Africa Discovered

The implications go back even further for co-author and physical anthropologist Israel Hershkovitz of Tel Aviv University in Israel, who says the find suggests our ancestors ...

Schools, offices shut, protesters demand Centre's intervention in Mahadayi dispute

Private firms, including IT majors, remained closed or let employees work from home. The aim was to pressurise PM Modi, who was expected to visit Karnataka on January 28, to ask G...

Bikram hot yoga not better than regular yoga says a study

But it is now more often known as hot yoga , following a scandal involving pioneer Bikram Choudhury, who has faced accusations of rape and sexual assault by former students. A stu...

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Doctor says Trumps health excellent, has no cognitive issues

Doctor says Trumps health excellent, has no cognitive issues

He did say he was open to changing his diet, perhaps with smaller portion sizes on White House meals. Under persistent questioning, Nielsen said she didn't recall the specific ...

Seven killed as Burma Police open fire to disperse protesters

Seven killed as Burma Police open fire to disperse protesters

The UN refugee agency said it is not involved in the process but is willing to play a "constructive role" in the process if allowed, specifically in registering the refugees and he...

Oklahomans have died due to the flu, health officials say

Oklahomans have died due to the flu, health officials say

So far, officials with the Oklahoma State Department of Health say that 45 people have died from the virus since September. Of those 50 Hoosiers who have died of the flu, 36 of t...

Persistent Gaming To Be Recognized As A Mental Illness

Persistent Gaming To Be Recognized As A Mental Illness

The ICD is used by health professionals globally and serves as an worldwide standard for defining health conditions and diseases. "Like in Asia, China and Japan and Korea there ...

Papa John's founder steps down as CEO weeks after National Football League comments

Papa John's founder steps down as CEO weeks after National Football League comments

For investors, the concern is that a CEO change won't be enough to reverse a slowdown in same-store sales. Shares of Papa John's are still down 13 percent from when the Nation...