NEWS

Flushable pregnancy test receives FDA approval

You’ll shortly be means to flush divided fears of your pregnancy test being discovered. Lia, a startup from Philadelphia, has gotten clearway from the Food and Drug Administration to sell its flushable pregnancy test on the market. The product is the first and only FDA-approved flushable, biodegradable pregnancy test. The test has no potion or plastic and requires no batteries. …

Read More »

Dr. Samadi: 12 early signs of cancer men should never ignore

Men are scandalous for avoiding doctors at all costs. At any sign of trouble, men may check a revisit to their alloy as prolonged as probable anticipating whatever it is will go away. But ignoring corporeal symptoms signaling problem can mostly come at a cost to a man’s health and well-being. Sometimes symptoms men may be experiencing could be compared …

Read More »

Cuomo, Puerto Rico pol contend GOP taxation devise ‘devastating’ for island

ALBANY — Still recuperating from Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico could get walloped again by Congress and the GOP taxation bill. New York Gov. Cuomo and Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló warned Monday the House and Senate taxation bills would levy new taxation burdens on Puerto Rico’s business village and ravage the island’s frail economy. “The taxation check is harmful to …

Read More »

NPR horde placed on leave amid sexually-charged bungle claims

Tom Ashbrook, the horde of one of National Public Radio’s many successful programs, was placed on leave Monday amid allegations that he subjected scarcely a dozen subordinates to “creepy” sex talks and neglected advances. Ashbrook, who hosts the nationally-syndicated “On Point” show, allegedly done at slightest 11 immature male and womanlike co-workers worried with extensive sex rants, according to allegations …

Read More »

Jeff Sessions blames ‘failed immigration policies’ for NYC attack

Attorney General Jeff Sessions seized on Monday’s subway terror attack Monday afternoon in ancillary President Trump’s before calls for a merit-based complement of immigration. “The President is accurately scold about the changes we need to the immigration system,” Sessions pronounced in a statement. “We have now seen two militant attacks in New York City in reduction than two months that …

Read More »

Professor fired after job Newtown electrocute a hoax loses suit

Jurors in West Palm Beach on Monday ruled against a highbrow who claimed he was fired from Florida Atlantic University last year in plea for blog posts that claimed the Sandy Hook electrocute was a hoax. James Tracy, who was a tenured highbrow at the Boca Raton-based university, pronounced the school disregarded his First Amendment right to free debate when …

Read More »

Conflicting polls supplement doubt in Alabama Senate race

Election Day in Alabama is Tuesday, and polls show the hotly contested Roy Moore-Doug Jones race could be a blowout. For somebody. A Fox News check expelled Monday shows Jones trouncing controversial former judge Moore, while an Emerson College check shows the purported child molester Moore whupping Jones by 9 points. A third check expelled Monday by Monmouth University has …

Read More »

Judge declines to retaliate Paul Manafort for Ukrainian op-ed

A sovereign judge in Washington, D.C., on Monday declined to retaliate Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, for assisting to ghost-write an op-ed for a Ukrainian journal about his work in the country. U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson pronounced that any identical actions taken by Manafort would likely be a defilement of a wisecrack sequence as he faces …

Read More »

L.I. biz lured Philippine immigs into pursuit trap: feds

Philippine immigrants were forced into low-wage work for years at a Long Island catering hall, according to sovereign prosecutors. The owners of the Thatched Cottage, a now-shuttered Centerport venue, and the next-door Jellyfish Restaurant was charged Monday with forced labor and visa fraud. Ralph Colamussi, 61, and his manager, Roberto Villanueva, 60, allegedly lured immigrants with promises of good jobs …

Read More »

$110M lawsuit hits Brentwood School District in MS-13 murder

Long Island school officials knew MS-13 squad members were harassing a high school tyro and had threatened her life — but they did nothing, according to the $110 million lawsuit filed by the passed girl’s mother. For two years, Kayla Cuevas allegedly suffered by wretchedness including taunting, spitting and having her pants pulled in school hallways by students who were …

Read More »