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Hurricane Victims Who Need The Most Help Have Hardest Time Getting It

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“We need to do a better of job of making sure that the safety net reaches everybody that’s been impacted.” Read more: huffingtonpost.com Please follow and like us:

The modern treatment for early-stage cervical cancer seems to be less effective than older methods

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Shutterstock Two recent reports in the New England Journal of Medicine have found that minimally invasive surgeries are less effective at treating early-stage cervical cancer than open surgeries.  These results came as a surprise to researchers and members of the gynecological community, as minimally invasive surgeries have been the treatment of choice for the last 15 years.  In one study, 94.7% of patients who received an open surgery — or laparotomy — were still alive four years after their procedure. Of patients who received a minimally invasive surgery, or laparoscopy, 90.9% were still alive four years later. Researchers are unsure […]

Sweetgreen is finally fixing the biggest problem with its mobile-ordering system, and people are rejoicing

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Hollis Johnson/Business Insider Sweetgreen is finally letting customers have dressing mixed into their salads when ordering via the chain’s mobile app.  The initiative rolled out in test stores in February and is being implemented nationwide this year, the company told Business Insider.  Customers have been begging for the change for years, and they are now celebrating on social media.  Sweetgreen has finally fixed one of customers’ biggest gripes with online ordering.  Over the course of the last year, the cult-favorite salad chain has been rolling out the option to have dressing mixed with their salads in mobile orders. Previously, customers […]

How the people behind ‘The Waterboy’ created a cult classic

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On the 20-year anniversary of the movie hitting theaters, let’s talk with writers, directors, and actors who worked on it. The Waterboy has never gone away. But it’s enjoying a moment now, around the 20th anniversary of its release in theaters on Nov. 6, 1998. Tributes have taken a few viral forms, including a Louisiana high school team dressing up in the uniforms of the movie’s South Central Louisiana State University Mud Dogs: [email protected] blanks #Mentorship 70-0 after Bobby Boucher sneaks away and doesn’t tell Momma about how great foos-ball is in alternate jerseys celebrating the 20th anniversary of @AdamSandler‘s […]

Most Americans think Trump has encouraged white supremacists, and some are worried he has become a ‘legitimizing voice’ for hate groups

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Andrew Harnik/AP A poll released by the Public Religion Institute found that the majority of Americans believe that President Donald Trump has encouraged white supremacists.  Trump has been criticized for his rhetoric that has viewed as echoing that of white nationalists. Multiple studies have found that hate crimes in the US are on the rise, and some have been correlated to Trump’s tweets.  In light of a wave of high-profile hate threats and attacks, President Donald Trump has been widely criticized in the media for stoking conspiracy theories and false narratives among the conservative fringe. Now, a poll from the Public […]

Trump: Synagogue shooting ‘terrible’ – BBC News

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President Trump says a shooting in a synagogue in Pittsburgh may have been averted, if a guard had been in place. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Read more: youtube.com Please follow and like us:

A peculiar new statue of Mohamed Salah is so bad it’s being mercilessly mocked on Twitter

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Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images Mohamed Salah has been immortalised with a really weird statue. Salah is the Liverpool FC forward who scored 44 goals from 52 appearances in all competitions last season. The statue was unveiled at the World Youth Forum in Sharm al-Sheikh in Egypt. It has been mercilessly mocked on Twitter. A peculiar new statue of Liverpool FC forward Mohamed Salah is so bad it has been mercilessly mocked on Twitter. Salah is one of the best players in world soccer and helped push Liverpool into a place in last season’s UEFA Champions League final, a year […]

It’s been 33 years since rebels allegedly backed by Pablo Escobar stormed Colombia’s Palace of Justice

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AP Photo In late 1985, left-wing rebels stormed Colombia’s Supreme Court building in Bogota, taking hundreds of people hostage. Colombian forces stormed the building and freed the hostages, but scores were killed, including many justices. The Colombian government has been accused of abuses during the siege, and leaders have apologized. On Wednesday, November 6, 1985, the guerrilla group M19, or the April 19 movement, stormed Colombia’s Palace of Justice and held all 25 of the country’s Supreme Court justices and hundreds of civilians hostage. The M19 rebels had been frustrated by the government’s violation of a ceasefire, and they were […]

Mom charged after baby swept away in flood waters

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A woman whose 1-year-old son was killed after being swept away in floodwaters during Hurricane Florence has been charged in the case.  Read more: fox4news.com Please follow and like us:

Unfiltered: Mariah Carey ‘Might as Well Down this Caymus Bottle’ in New Song ‘GTFO’; Prosecco Tank Overflows in Viral Veneto Video (Wine Spectator)

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Mariah Carey is coming out with her first new album in four years, and it might be an ode to wine. The first song released, sassy break-up ballad “GTFO,” describes Carey ditching a zero to get with a hero—a bottle of Caymus Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, specifically. In the song and accompanying video, the diva legend trills, wineglass in hand, that she “could’ve sworn you loved me harder / Might as well down this Caymus bottle” to help put her no-good ex in the rearview. Reference to the Napa winery didn’t go unnoticed by fans, many of whom took to […]