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May hails ‘fresh talent’ after reshuffle

Six of the women – all elected in 2015 – have been appointed as junior whips, who will be involved with enforcing party discipline. A diverse team? Who’s who guide to cabinet Sam Gyimah is new universities minister Top five questions for education new boy Damian Hinds Downing Street said that following the reshuffle there were more women attending cabinet, ...

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Two Utah Cult Members Allegedly Marry Each Other’s 7- And 8-Year-Old Daughters

Two alleged members of Knights of the Crystal Blade –a religious cult that allegedly believes in doomsday prophecies and practices polygamy — have allegedly married each other’s underage daughters. Utah-native John Coltharp (pictured above, left) has been charged with first-degree-felony kidnapping and obstruction of justice, while Samuel Shaffer (right) has been slapped with two counts of kidnapping and four counts ...

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‘Crazy; in bed’ is the hilarious mental health podcast we need in 2018

May Wilkerson kicks off the fourth episode of her podcast, , with this anecdote about how social-anxiety brought her and co-host Alyssa Limperis together. It’s a perfect snapshot of their friendship and what makes their podcast so likable: It’s cheerful, irreverent, and tucked away just enough from the outside world to make you feel cozy and safe. Crazy; in Bed,Whether ...

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US & Canada VCs favor late-stage giants over upstarts in Q4

Joanna Glasner Contributor Quarterly totals Let’s start with Q4 numbers. Out of the $21.9 billion in projected total investment for the quarter, about 44 percent, or $9.7 billion, went to late-stage deals. Another 12 percent, or $2.6 billion, went to technology-growth rounds, a newly redefined category for Crunchbase News that includes many of the big financings for established unicorns. (For stage definitions, ...

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Popular Pet Food Trend Could Be Poisoning You And Your Animals

The well-intentioned (and often expensive) act of feeding your pets raw meat may actually be putting everyone’s health at risk, according to research from veterinary scientists at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. The team found a troubling prevalence of harmful bacteria and parasites in eight major brands of frozen raw meat-based diet (RMBDs) products for cats and dogs after performing ...

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Children at ‘significant’ social media risk

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption“Everyone’s always Snapchatting you” – five children describe how they use social media Schools should play a bigger role in preparing children for social media’s emotional demands as they move from primary to secondary school, England’s children’s commissioner says. Anne Longfield said she was worried many pupils at that stage became anxious ...

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Will This Smart Gun Solve Americas Gun Problem?

More than five years ago, on the morning of Dec. 14, 2012, in the quiet Connecticut enclave of Newtown, In August 2016, Brooklyn borough president call the pursuit dead last year. Adams wasnt deterred, though. His goal in launching a smart gun design competition was to encourage innovators to think critically and creatively beyond what had already been invented in ...

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Walgreens’s Deal Aversion Can’t Last

CVS Health Corp. wasn't frequently mentioned on Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc.'s first quarter earnings call Thursday. But CVS's $69 billion deal for insurer Aetna Inc. loomed large as Walgreens reported mixed results – it beat analyst revenue estimates, but profit fell 22 percent from a year earlier due largely to an impairment charge. Shares fell as much as 6 percent percent Thursday morning. Like CVS, Walgreens ...

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