SC nod to Lodha panel changes; Pawar, Srinivasan hit dead end

Uncannily reading the minds of those opposing the Lodha panel recommendations submitted on December 18, 2015 for the court to stamp its authority, the Supreme Court said the sense of justice and fairness personified by Justice Lodha's work seemed to have "made little or no difference" to those resisting the committee's conclusions and suggestions.

Craig Kimbrel to have surgery, Red Sox option Hernandez

Boston Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel will have surgery Monday to fix cartilage in his left knee, according to multiple reports. Your teams on the go or at home. Junichi Tazawa (shoulder) is also ailing, so Koji Uehara would be the obvious option for saves for however long Kimbrel is out. The Boston Red Sox can't catch a break.

US commercial data transfer pact clears final hurdle

Four member states abstained in the vote - Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary and Slovenia - reflecting presumably a political unwillingness for this matter to be drawn out any further, but equally suggesting that reservations remain. Privacy Shield will also protect fundamental rights, they claimed, "and provides for several accessible and affordable redress mechanisms". The Data Protection Commissioner has asked the Commercial Court to refer the issue to the European Court of Justice.

Debbie Rowe has breast cancer

She went from absentee mother to strict disciplinarian, and Paris reportedly was not a fan of the new approach. The two were apparently very close after Michael died, a fact that the Jackson family were reportedly not happy with at the time.

Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus west of Moses Lake

INFECTIOUS BITE-West Nile Virus is most commonly transmitted to humans by mosquitoes that have fed on infected birds. DiMaso urged residents in Monmouth County to wear mosquito repellants and remove standing water from their properties. Those age 50 or older have the highest risk of serious illness. The mosquito samples were collected from sites along the county's western border, from as far south as the north Elverta area, and as far north as Lincoln.

In VP Search, Trump and Clinton Eye Different Priorities

Mike Pence over the weekend, CBS News' Sopan Deb confirmed, amid speculation about whether Pence is being vetted as a potential running mate. Back home in IN the possible move raised questions about the governor's race, which is a rematch between Pence and his 2012 opponent, former Democratic state House Speaker John Gregg.

Nampa, Payette mosquitoes infected with West Nile

Possibly, more than 230 cases across the state. Writing in the journal Nature on Tuesday, a U.S.-Brazilian team of scientists reported that two distinct vaccine candidates conferred powerful protection from Zika infection when they were delivered by intra-muscular injection to mice.

Two dead after shooting in western Oregon, suspected gunman captured

The shooting was reported on Killiam Loop Northeast in Woodburn, Oregon. Two people were killed and two others were injured in a shooting on Monday in western OR, and the suspected gunman was captured by state police less than two hours later near Portland, a sheriff's office said.

Twin Cities Nurses' Strike Enters Final Day

Since February negotiations, Allina has continued with their proposal to take away nurses' affordable health insurance plans and move them to corporate plans with big out-of-pocket cost for employees. Officials also said Allina chose to cancel elective surgeries at Unity Hospital and close some recovery floors, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune .

Fargo Cass Public Health urges HIV testing

This is vital as 1.2 million people in the United States are living with HIV, and 1 in 8 people don't know they are infected. Individuals who test positive can take HIV medicines that can keep them healthy for many years and greatly reduce their chance of passing HIV to others.

Cedar Fire grows to 35k acres near Show Low

The communities of Show Low, Pinetop-Lakeside, Hon-Dah, McNary and Cedar Creek remain under pre-evacuation notice. In the southwest corner of the fire the crews may conduct burnout operations when and if conditions are favorable. "There is still active fire and heavy fuels out there", Type 1 Team Operations Section Chief Craig Dougherty said. The fire is about 2 ½ miles north of the sparsely-populated community of Cedar Creek.

Nasal spray form of the flu vaccine is ineffective, say the experts

The committee said last year's nasal spray flu vaccines were only 3-percent effective for children 2- through 17-years-old. By comparison, flu shots were 63 percent effective for the same age group. A new player has joined the quadrivalent fray-Seqirus, formed previous year from the joining of bioCSL and Novartis' flu vaccines-and received FDA approval in May for its Flucelvax Quadrivalent.

Zika Could Infect Over 800000 In Puerto Rico — CDC

So far no infected mosquitoes have been found in the U.S. Marsh said she expected to know in about a month to what extent the Zika-carrying mosquitoes are present in the county. That said, with 40,000 travelers passing in and out of Zika-infected areas, it's likely only a matter of time. The Chester County Health Department is collaborating with the Pennsylvania Department of Health and Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection in a public health response to Zika, and has issued ...

Trudeau marks Aboriginal Day in father's buckskin

This day is an opportunity to celebrate the incredible cultural diversity, ancestral heritage and significant achievements of Aboriginal peoples. " National Aboriginal Day is first and foremost an occasion to celebrate the fundamental role First Nations, Métis, and Inuit have played-and continue to play-in shaping the identity of all Canadians", Trudeau said in a statement issued after the event.

Expanded CPP a step in the right direction, says UFCW Canada leader

The agreement-in-principal is scheduled to be finalized by the provinces mid-July. Quebec Finance Minister Carlos Leitao said the province - which has its own pension plan that mirrors the CPP - supported much of Monday's agreement, particularly on middle-income workers, and would examine what it could do to mitigate the impact of higher premiums for low-income workers.

Risky South Pole rescue mission on hold until weather improves

A rare, daring mission is underway in Antarctica to rescue one, but possibly two sick crew members at the frigid, isolated and dark Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. From there, the planes flew over the stormy Southern Ocean to Rothera, from where the rescue mission will be launched. According to the U.S. National Weather Service, the temperature at the station on Monday was -50 C, and -70 C with the wind chill.

As Zika looms, US health officials worry about the neighbors

Zika is a mosquito-borne virus that is causing a large outbreak primarily in Central and South America. "We don't have evidence that it can pass through vaginal secretions yet", but with new discoveries at every turn, Sharp says it could just be a matter of time.

Nurses at 5 Minneapolis-area hospitals begin weeklong strike

The company says the plans nurses have been using are considered "Cadillac plans" by the federal government and offer no incentives for consumers to make economical choices in their health care. Allina signed a 10-year, $100 million contract with Health Catalyst in January. "We were talking, and it was like they didn't have a response for us", Grzeskowiak says.

First Zika vaccine to be tested in humans

According to Inovio, this phase 1 trial will involve 40 healthy adult volunteers, and will look at the GLS-5700's "safety, tolerability and immunogenicity" after being administered intradermally. The administration of the vaccine is done using a proprietary "DNA delivery device" belonging to Inovio called Cellectra. There are now no licensed drugs or vaccines to combat Zika and its consequences, the most serious of which involve birth defects in pregnant women.

Alligators: Central to Florida's identity

If an alligator does appear in any body of water near you or your child, the best advice is simple: "Get away". They are also extraordinarily rare incidents in the U.S. Dogs and cats look like prey, so they'll sometimes attack people's pets. Some areas in the Southeast have become hosts to alligators. Environmental changes, like drought, can lead to more alligator-human interactions, he added.

Mom fights off mountain lion to save 5-year-old son

The child is now receiving treatment for face and head injuries which are not thought to be life threatening. Deputies met the father at the hospital and briefly saw the boy, who is between 3 and 5 years old, before he was taken into the emergency room, he said.

State Of Financial Calamity Declared By Rio's Acting Governor

The Olympics is due to run from August 5 to 21, with the Paralympics due to start on September 7. They have fulfilled all their obligations for the Games. "The Metro (extension) is not ready, and the state has said repeatedly that it needs resources". According to Brazilian newspaper Folha de S. Paulo , the move had the approval of the federal government.

Zika Is Spreading Fast In Puerto Rico, Could Reach 25% Of Population

Brazil, which has suffered the largest outbreak of Zika, has had more than 500 cases of Zika-linked microcephaly, a severe birth defect in which a baby's skull is much smaller than expected because the brain hasn't developed properly. If local infections occur, the affected state can reach out to expert teams from the CDC that will travel to the area. Any containers that can hold water should be emptied and turned over so they don't attract mosquitoes to lay eggs.

Opioids linked with deaths other than overdoses, study says

In the study , the researchers analyzed data on 1,032 American adults who had used prescription painkillers in the past year. Roughly 47 percent of them were taking opioids at the time of the investigation. The problem includes abuse of street drugs like heroin and overuse of prescription opioids such as hydrocodone, codeine and morphine. Doctors also need to understand the risk that, when they prescribe pills, the medications could end up being used by someone else.

EgyptAir wreckage spotted in Mediterranean

The plane, Flight MS804, disappeared from radar en route to Cairo from Paris May 19. The cause of the crash remains a mystery - with terror attack, human error and technical error all being floated as possible causes. Meanwhile, Egypt's chief prosecutor Nabil Sadek says he has ordered an "urgent investigation" into crash. An automated system onboard the plane sent messages that smoke was detected in several locations on the jet during its final minutes.

Iranian-British woman faces alleged coup charge in Iran

According to the statement, the IRGC forces arrested Nazanin Zaghari April 3 at Tehran's Imam Khomeini Airport and then transferred her to the south eastern city of Kerman for investigation, Tasnim news agency reported . It is a struggle enough for me to take Gabriella shopping. Richard Ratcliffe described his wife as "not political ... but someone with a honest moral core and great integrity".

NY Gov. Cuomo, lawmakers agree on plan to combat heroin

From the largest middle class tax cut in 70 years to a statewide $15 minimum wage, the country's strongest paid family leave plan, controlled government spending, and more than $100 billion in infrastructure projects across NY, this year's budget was a great bipartisan win for the entire state.

Chick-fil-A employees were at work in Orlando Sunday

Thank you for being an example of the love of Christ in doing right by your community. After the attack at the Orlando nightclub that killed 49, community members waited in lines to donate blood to help the victims. Photos posted to the Chick-fil-A Lee Vista Facebook page show those Good Samaritan employees in action. Some chose to raise money for victims' funeral services, while others stood in line for hours in the hot sun to donate blood for those still fighting for their lives in the ...

UK: Queen's birthday celebrations to end with street party

Rebecca said: "I am sure numerous children from the local school will remember that they were part of this historic event as they grow up and recall a dedicated monarch who did so much for us". Organised by her grandson, Peter Phillips , the lunch was the final event in a weekend of celebrations which has included a church service at London's St Paul's Cathedral and a traditional Trooping the Colour parade of soldiers in ceremonial uniforms.

Deadliest U.S. mass shootings in recent years

Police said a male suspect and a female suspect were later killed in a shoot out with officers. Police say 29-year-old Omar Mateen opened fire at the club that calls itself the city's hottest gay bar. He began firing at pedestrians below. - Littleton, Colorado, April 20, 1999: Two teenage boys shoot and kill 12 classmates and a teacher at Columbine High School before killing themselves.