Sen. Cory Booker tweets dinner invite to Mindy Kaling and she accepts

Sen. Cory Booker tweets dinner invite to Mindy Kaling and she accepts

On the show, Kaling's character is surprised Booker attended her friend's party, CNN said . Cory tweeted jokingly "Ouch!" along with a heart to Mindy before she responded that the love was mutual. "You are making my day!" he tweeted. Thanks for the [heart emoji]. And If the is really mutual... Kaling accepted Booker's offer for a dinner date, along with a flawless joke about the PATH train. Read More

The ART Advisors LLC Purchases Shares of 29200 Sears Holdings Corp (SHLD)

The company said last month it would cut costs by $1-billion and reduce debt and pension obligations by at least $1.5-billion this year. It has $4.2 billion in debt, up from $3 billion a year ago. On Tuesday, March 14th, Fairholme Capital Management L purchased 281,900 shares of Sears Holdings Corp stock. Lampert owned almost 10 percent of the REIT that paid Sears $2.6 billion in 2015 for the stores it purchased, many of which were then leased back to the retailer. Read More

Missing Girl Who Was Sexually Assaulted On Facebook Live Found, Police Say

Family members and friends of 15-year-old Deahvion Austin say they saw her on a video being sexually assaulted by several boys. The girl, who was reported missing Sunday afternoon , is said to be the victim of a gang rape that was live streamed over Facebook, reports Fox News . Read More

CCTV footage of Kim Jong-nam death suggests another N. Korean suspect

A giant mosaic created by 10,000 North Koreans holding cards at the May Day stadium in Pyongyang, North Korea. On Thursday, Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi disclosed that officials had travelled to another country to obtain DNA samples used to positively identify the dead man as Kim Jong Nam, and that these were collected from his 21-year-old son, Kim Han Sol. Read More

A New Report On Pesticides Could Do More Harm Than Good

A New Report On Pesticides Could Do More Harm Than Good

This is down 6.6 percentage points from a year ago. The AFF also highlighted that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has stated that "overall, pesticide residues found on foods tested are at levels below the tolerances set by the U.S. Read More

Surgery helps world's heaviest woman shed weight

Surgery helps world's heaviest woman shed weight

One of the doctors treating Ahmed said, "She has already lost over 100kg with the help of liquid diet, including protein and fibre supplements, and we are hoping that she will lose another 100kg during the course of six to eight months". There is no history of obesity in her family, inclining the doctors to suspect a genetic mutation may be responsible for the uncontrolled weight gain. Read More

Court convicts 31 in Maruti violence case, 13 for murder

Court convicts 31 in Maruti violence case, 13 for murder

The riot began on 18 July 2012, after what was allegedly a heated argument over low pay between workers and their supervisor. The plant is now functioning with new staff. "It is important to understand that these 13 are the office bearers of the union and the main leaders", said John. The police had said Dev was an asthma patient and became unconscious after inhaling smoke and got trapped in the fire. Read More

Bird flu found at Tyson chicken farm

Bird flu found at Tyson chicken farm

The HPAI finding is the the first U.S. case at a commercial poultry farm this year. The statement continued, "We're responding aggressively , and are working with state and federal officials to contain the virus by euthanizing chickens located on the farm". Read More

Soy products may boost survival in breast cancer patients

Soy products may boost survival in breast cancer patients

New research suggests soy products may not only be safe to eat but beneficial for women with breast cancer. It was revealed at the end of the research that women who consumed high proportions of isoflavones were at a lesser risk of succumbing to death by 21 percent, when compared to women who took in low amounts of the same. Read More

Tottenham, Man City win to put pressure on Chelsea

Tottenham, Man City win to put pressure on Chelsea

The Spurs boss also reiterated his praise for Kane, who is on fire in 2017 and has scored 13 goals in 12 games in all competitions, dubbing the England hitman "one of the best". Jermain Defoe hit the post for Sunderland early on before Aguero tapped in City's opener three minutes before half-time. Chelsea could re-establish their 10-point lead on Monday if they defeat West Ham. Read More

Subway denies Canada report its chicken is half-soy

Subway denies Canada report its chicken is half-soy

While fast food samples aren't expected to meet 100 per cent chicken DNA score due to seasoning and processing, Subway's score is alarming. "The results from both labs found soy protein below 10 ppm, or less than 1 percent, in all tested samples". Read More

Flu-Related Deaths In Oklahoma In Last Week

David Priest, medical director for infection prevention at Novant Health. The health district reported that young children have been hit particularly hard this year, with five pediatric deaths reported across the state. The traditional flu season runs through May, and as such, Long said people who have not received a flu shot yet this year may wish to consider doing so now. Read More

Bowel cancer soaring among younger people

Bowel cancer soaring among younger people

But the magnitude of the increase identified "was just very shocking", she said , as was the finding that the underlying risk of colorectal cancer appears to be rising. Even though a person's age-related risk for developing colon and rectal cancer decreased in the first half of the 1900s, for the current younger generations it has "escalated back to the level of those born in the late 1800s", according to a study in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute . Read More

Jeremy Corbyn vows to continue despite humiliating Copeland by-election defeat

Jeremy Corbyn vows to continue despite humiliating Copeland by-election defeat

One leading trade union figure warned Mr Corbyn he had to "turn things around" and show he could deliver a Labour government. Thursday night, the Conservative Party in the United Kingdom. Addressing several media crews near the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, Mr Corbyn criticised journalists for interrupting each other as they shouted questions about the defeat in Copeland. Read More

Latest figures show continued heroin, painkiller overdose surge, put Pa. near top

Latest figures show continued heroin, painkiller overdose surge, put Pa. near top

Adults between the ages of 45 and 54 had the highest rates of overdose deaths in 2015, and the rates are increasing among non-Hispanic white people, almost 3.5 times the rate in 1999, according to the CDC. While the number of deaths by unintentional drug overdose has increased tenfold since 1980 and "surpassed motor vehicle crashes as the leading cause of injury mortality in many states", researchers at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health predict that they will peak at ... Read More

Specialists Revealed that ADHD is a Neurological Disorder

Specialists Revealed that ADHD is a Neurological Disorder

Hoogman, "and show that it has [a basis in the brain] just like other psychiatric disorders". They analyzed MRI data from 1,713 people with ADHD and 1,529 controls ranging in age from 4 to 63 years. They found that two regions in the ganglia, the caudate and putamen, tend to be smaller in people with ADHD. They found that the brains of children with the condition were slightly smaller in five regions, including those that control emotions, voluntary movement and understanding. Read More

Farmers are facing 'burey din': Rahul Gandhi

The chief minister also said everyone's horoscope was available on the internet. "No other leader is the target of as many jokes as him". Expressing confidence that SP-Congress combine will form the next government in Uttar Pradesh, Gandhi said there is a wave in favour of the alliance in the state. Read More

Rallies for, and against, Planned Parenthood in St. Luis

Rallies for, and against, Planned Parenthood in St. Luis

Andy LaBine, 44, of Ramsey, Minnesota, rallied with abortion opponents in St. Paul. Organizers say in a Facebook announcement that the marchers will go from City Hall to the West Bank of the University of Minnesota, where they will "write our love notes and build a bridge of love" on the Washington Avenue pedestrian bridge. Read More

World Cup Preparation Is Costing Qatar $500 Million Per Week

World Cup Preparation Is Costing Qatar $500 Million Per Week

That number doesn't include the billions Qatar has already spent on infrastructure projects in recent months. El Emadi told the press that this figure covers more than just stadiums, "That doesn't mean the stadiums only, we are talking about highways, rail, ports, airports, those are really underway even hospitals and everything". Read More

New study finds that eating whole grains increases metabolism and calorie loss

The eight week study examined 81 males and females between 40 and 65 years of age. The participants who ate wholegrains had higher "faecal energy losses" - basically, their bodies absorbed less calories from the food they ate, meaning they pooped those calories out rather than using them for energy or potentially storing them as fat. Read More