Supreme Court reserves its order in triple talaq case

Supreme Court reserves its order in triple talaq case

The bench in the morning asked the All India Muslim Personal Law Board if it was possible to give the woman the option that the marriage would not be dissolved through triple talaq and whether their advisory would be followed by the Qazis on the ground. Read More

Massive ransomware attack hits 99 countries

Massive ransomware attack hits 99 countries

Renault said on Saturday it had halted manufacturing at plants in Sandouville, France, and Romania to prevent the spread of ransomware in its systems. The hackers behind WannaCry took things a step further by creating a ransomware worm, allowing them to demand ransom payments not just from individual but from entire organizations - maybe even thousands of organizations. Read More

Texas House OKs bill letting adoption groups deny non-Christians

Texas House OKs bill letting adoption groups deny non-Christians

It would also apply to programs and organizations that provide assistance to abused or neglected children, counseling services for children and parents, programs that offer support for foster and adoptive parents, and organizations that provide family support services or "family preservation services". Read More

India belatedly confirm their participation in next month's Champions Trophy

India belatedly confirm their participation in next month's Champions Trophy

With the ICC clipping BCCI's financial wings in its new revenue model, the Indian cricket board was not too happy and was contemplating pulling out from the mega event and thus the meeting to make a unanimous decision on the same. The standoff continued further when the revenue model was revised and the BCCI again rejected the ICC's proposal of an additional 100 million, at where the original is 293 million. Read More

Govt's policy on J&K a 'disaster', says Anand Sharma

Govt's policy on J&K a 'disaster', says Anand Sharma

She said that PM Modi showed his strength by visiting Pakistan amid tensions between the two countries, the report added. As for Mehbooba reaching out to the PM, the differences between the BJP and PDP remain despite a high-level meeting between her and Modi in New Delhi last month. Read More

FEMAIL taste-tests new caffeine bagel from Einstein Bros

FEMAIL taste-tests new caffeine bagel from Einstein Bros

Einstein Bros. Bagels unleashes Thursday its Expresso Buzz Bagel in select locations. Each bagel promises 32 milligrams of caffeine - which is only about a third of what you would find in the average 8 ounce cup of coffee, but is better than no caffeine. Read More

4 warning signs for children their mental health

4 warning signs for children their mental health

Wang spoke to a crowd of oil and gas professionals on Thursday about the Calgary-based organization, which helps high-risk children and youth who have been traumatized, to recognize Children's Mental Health Awareness Day (as declared by Mayor Naheed Nenshi). Read More

Hope for premies as artificial womb helps tiny lambs grow

Hope for premies as artificial womb helps tiny lambs grow

The team tested its extra-uterine device on eight preterm lambs which were physiologically equivalent to a 23- or 24-week-gestation human infant. He noted that the lamb being tested with the artificial womb had developed normally. Fetal physiologist Marcus G. Davey of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, who helped design the artificial womb system is shown near giant tanks holding a liquid created to simulate amniotic fluid. Read More

Colorado Lawmakers Pass Bill to Allow Medical Marijuana for PTSD

Colorado Lawmakers Pass Bill to Allow Medical Marijuana for PTSD

They found that states saw a surge in people illegally smoking the drug after implementing laws to legalize medical marijuana on a prescription basis. Medical marijuana states that restrict the number of dispensaries and tightly regulate the system appear to have different illicit pot use patterns from states like California and Colorado, where the laws amounted to a "de facto legalization system", said Pacula, who wasn't involved with the study. Read More

Sanctuary cities threatened with loss of federal grant money

In a separate statement, the department also accused New York City of being "soft on crime". "Sanctuary cities" in general offer safe harbor to illegal immigrants and often do not use municipal funds or resources to advance the enforcement of federal immigration laws . Read More

Clear coffee vows not to stain your teeth

Clear coffee vows not to stain your teeth

So the one problem with coffee they still haven't solved? But, the company says the transparent coffee will do wonders for your teeth, as the dark color of other coffees tends to stain those pearly whites. Brothers David and Adam Nagy said the coffee is safe and does not contain any chemicals or sweeteners. "There was nothing on the market that would suit our needs so we made a decision to create our own recipe". Read More

Trump Advisers to Discuss Paris Agreement on Tuesday

Trump Advisers to Discuss Paris Agreement on Tuesday

A February report by the Wall Street Journal stated Senior Advisor to the President, Jared Kushner, and his wife, the daughter of the President, Ivanka Trump, had stripped words critical of the Paris climate agreement from one of Trump's executive orders. Read More

Sliding home: Jackie Robinson gets statue at Dodger Stadium

Jackie Robinson helped break down the racial barrier in Major League Baseball 70 years ago. Rachel Robinson and her two kids Sharon and David will be in attendance for the official unveiling, and they expect as many as 200 other family members and friends to be at Dodgers Stadium, along with Dodgers legends Sandy Koufax , Vin Scully , Tommy Lasorda and Dodgers owner Magic Johnson . Read More

Jackie Robinson Statue to be Unveiled at Dodgers Stadium

Even on Jackie Robinson Day, a day seems hardly sufficient. "I have often stated that baseball's proudest moment and its most powerful social statement came on April 15, 1947 when Jackie Robinson first set foot on a Major League Baseball field", said former MLB Commissioner Bud Selig upon establishing the tradition. Read More

Kenya marks world health day

Kenya marks world health day

Fighting depression is the highlight of the World Health Day celebration Friday, April 7; with the theme "Depression - Let's talk" and sub-theme "It's OK not to be OK". We also shall continue to strive towards the promotion of healthier standards of living and the implementation of programmes that enhance health indices of the society, particularly those of youth. Read More

Claire McCaskill backs filibuster of Neil Gorsuch, makes nuclear option likely

Sens. Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND), who are even more imperiled in 2018, have both already committed to voting for Gorsuch. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer has been the loudest voice opposing Gorsuch, threatening that there will be bad consequences if the GOP changes Senate rules, as the Democrats did under Harry Reid several years ago for other nominees, and allow for a simple majority to end debate and move to an up-or-down vote. Read More

Cancer-Causing HPV Virus Affects 1 in 4 US Men

Cancer-Causing HPV Virus Affects 1 in 4 US Men

Although most HPV infections go away on their own, there's still plenty of room for concern. Around 99 per cent of cervical cancer diagnoses are related to infections like HPV. The agency has stated that even when the vaccination rates are augmenting, the rates among boys and girls are not as high as expected. "They're not getting the one vaccine that protects against diseases from which they're most likely to suffer and die", Offit said, noting that deaths from pertussis and ... Read More

North Carolina gov. signs bill to repeal 'bathroom law'

HB 142 will now go to Cooper's desk to be signed. "Today, our laws are catching up with our people". It requires that - in schools and other government-run facilities - people must use public bathrooms and locker rooms that correspond to the gender on their birth certificate. Read More

We're a healthy corner of Minnesota

We're a healthy corner of Minnesota

Wyoming County has an adult obesity rate of 39 percent, and an adult smoking rate of 25 percent. Rates of youth disconnection are higher in rural counties (21.6 percent), particularly those in the south and west, than in urban ones (13.7 percent), the report found. Read More

Girl, 11, Suffers Severe Burns After Making Homemade Slime

Girl, 11, Suffers Severe Burns After Making Homemade Slime

Kathleen Quinn's mother said her daughter had made slime every day for months. Siobhan Quinn said that her daughter had made the slime multiple times before without issue. She loved making the slime so much she would sell her slimy creations to kids at her school. Deejay used a laundry detergent instead. "Borax is boric acid, so you wouldn't want to use someone using acid to make slime at home", Dermatologist Dr. Read More