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FDA Approves First Generic Version of Truvada

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It's the first generic emtricitabine-tenofovir combination to win FDA approval. Currently, the monthly cost for Truvada can be upwards of $1,500 without insurance, and anywhere from $0 to $500 with insurance. "This is an exciting day", he said. "Having a lower-cost alternative will only increase that momentum". However, it is unclear how soon other generic versions of the drug will be available. Read More »

Trump willing to testify 'under oath' to discount Comey's loyalty claim

Michael Flynn , who resigned his post after misleading Vice President Mike Pence about conversations with Russian officials. One of the things Comey told the Senate committee was that he believes he was sacked last month in an effort to "relieve" pressure on Trump from the Justice Department investigation. Read More »

Montréal accueillera F1 jusqu'en 2029

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Montréal a prolongé son bail pour accueillir la Formule 1 pour cinq années supplémentaires, validant le contrat actuel courant jusqu'en 2024 et le prolongeant jusqu'en 2029, ont annoncé les organisateurs en marge du Grand Prix du Canada qui se tient ce week-end sur le circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Read More »

WONDER WOMAN Sequel Update from Patty Jenkins

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Facebook/Wonder WomanBecause of the impressive box-office showing of " Wonder Woman ", fans are already anticipating the confirmation of " Wonder Woman 2 ". The film earned $15.8 million on Friday and is set to gross $54 million for the weekend, which will amount to one of the lowest first to second weekend drops ever for a major superhero movie, according to THR . Read More »

May: "I Will Now Form a Government"

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Prime Minister Theresa May has said she would form a government with the support of the DUP , though it is not clear what kind of arrangement this will be. Jeremy Corbyn has led the them to secure 261 seats, up from 232. May, of course, put herself in this bad position by being a truly awful political operator who got her comeuppance when Labour came roaring up on her in the last weeks of the campaign, and then succeeded well enough in the election to force her to ally herself with the ... Read More »

May working to fill out ranks of minority government after disappointing election

Simon French, chief economist at the investment bank and corporate broker Panmure Gordon, believes a "softer" Brexit will be in the works, given the election outcome. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn had given the party "confidence" about selling party policies such as public ownership of the railways, she added. But speaking outside Number 10 yesterday the Prime Minister said: "What the country needs more than ever is certainty". Read More »

Burlington Mayor Discusses We Are Still In Climate Mayors' Effort

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EU's top envoy said. "Most North Carolinians believe it's past time to reverse course on the job-killing overregulation of the Obama era - and the Paris Accord was a serious threat to President Trump's ability to move our nation toward energy independence and cut unnecessary government red tape", NC Senate leader Phil Berger said in a Facebook post. Read More »

Volley: la France toujours invincible en Ligue mondiale

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L'équipe de France de volley-ball a confirmé son statut de leader de la Ligue mondiale en disposant de la Russie 3 sets à 1 (25-12, 22-25, 25-21, 25-18), vendredi soir, à Pau. Les Bleus, qui n'ont pas été réellement inquiétés en dehors du deuxième set, sont restés solides pour décrocher cette dixième victoire de rang, grâce notamment aux 19 points de Stephen Boyer, meilleur marqueur. Read More »

Rallies against Islamic law draw counter-protests across US

Muslim counter-demonstrators gathered nearby in the city, some in traditional garb. Later, a man collapsed while watching a speech at Saturday's anti-Shariah ACT for America rally. But Liyakat Takim, a professor of Islamic studies at McMaster University in the Canadian city of Hamilton, Ontario, says most Muslims don't want to replace USA law with Islamic law, known as Shariah. Read More »

Diplomatic efforts intensify to resolve Gulf dispute

Qatar does not support terrorist groups, it stressed, pointing out that "our position on countering terrorism is stronger than numerous signatories of the joint statement-a fact that has been conveniently ignored by the authors". The Gulf crisis has sparked fears of military escalation in an already volatile region. Saudi Arabia has also sealed off Qatar's only land border, a crucial lifeline for food imports. Read More »

After Comey accuses Trump of lying, President calls him a 'leaker'

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Comey told senators he resisted those entreaties because the situation could change and if it did, that, too, would have to be announced. Comey said that Trump asked him specifically whether he could drop the investigation with respect to former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn , who Trump fired for withholding information about his contacts with foreign governments. Read More »

Repo Man Shoots, Kills Man, While Repossessing Car, Dog Dies in Crossfire

The repo driver, operating a large pickup truck, tried to pluck the vehicle from in front of the Eight Brothers Food Market at 18th and Dickinson around 10:20 a.m. He was pronounced dead a short time later. Police say after arguing with the car's owner, the driver called the bank to confirm that vehicle payments had not been made. Read More »

Illinois hot air balloon accident caught on video

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The balloons were part of a Sesquicentennial Heritage Days event in the town located about 90 miles southwest of Chicago , according to Mashable. The Pantagraph in Bloomington reports four balloons were preparing to launch when the incident occurred. Read More »

Black soldiers face U.S. military justice more often than whites, study finds

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The disparities were particularly troubling, the report says, because by its nature the military controls for certain factors that account for disparities in civilian justice systems. Christensen suggested that lack of diversity in the military may correlate to the racial inequality for black troops. For example, out of all officers, 78 percent are white and only 8 percent are black. Read More »

Sessions offered in recent months to resign as attorney general

Sessions recused himself from the investigation into potential connections between President Donald Trump and Russian Federation, a move that reportedly angered the president and led the attorney general to offer his resignation. The decision was prompted by Sessions' failure to disclose conversations with Russia's ambassador to the United States during his confirmation hearing. Read More »

Las Vegas hotel guests contract Legionnaires' disease

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Two recent guests at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegashave contracted Legionnaires' disease . The hotel has taken steps including disinfecting the system with chlorine, and remediation efforts continue, the district said. Most healthy people who are exposed to legionella don't get sick, the CDC says . Generally, people do not spread Legionnaires' disease to other people. Read More »

Walker shuts down Rice, LSU claims 23rd NCAA regional

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If a Game 3 is necessary Monday, raindrops are more than likely to fall, with a 60 percent chance of thunderstorms and showers during the day. It is a safe bet to assume this game would be on regular television as well. Getting a ratings boon for college baseball usually doesnt happen, but if it ever will, these two teams matched up in a Super Regional might make it work. Read More »

Warriors One Game away from NBA Title

Here's how to watch Game 4 of Cavs-Warriors. It's all come to this - what might be the final game of the Cleveland Cavaliers' 2016-17 season. CLEVELAND - Golden State's flawless postseason is over. Later, Warriors center Zaza Pachulia was involved in a pileup of players in the foul lane and he delivered two swipes to Iman Shumpert's groin area as the referees tried to get control. Read More »

All three London Bridge attackers named

British police investigating the deadly attacks on London Bridge on Saturday said they had arrested three more suspects, as footage of the moment officers shot the assailants dead appeared online. The attack on Saturday night, London time , was carried out by Khuram Butt , 27, Rachid Redouane , 30, and Youssef Zaghba , 22. They have not been identified or charged. Read More »

DEA Seizes Fentanyl-Making Chemical Worth $570M

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Because of its potential use in manufacturing fentanyl, NPP was labeled a controlled substance in 2007, according to the DEA. Investigators say this volume, if converted, could be laced with heroin or produce 19 million fentanyl pills, with a street value of more than $570 million. Read More »

Enceinte, cet homme va vivre son premier accouchement en juillet

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Fin mars, Trystan a posté une vidéo sur son compte Facebook où il raconte son histoire et explique qu'il arrive dans son sixième mois de grossesse et qu'il est " constamment sous supervision médicale ". "Je n'ai pas de problème avec mon corps qui est celui d'une personne transgenre". "Nous avons rencontré la meilleure équipe médicale que nous pouvions trouver afin de savoir s'il était possible de le faire en toute sécurité", ajoute-t-il. Read More »

Police release image of knife used in London Bridge attack

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Although Islamic State militants have claimed responsibility for the attack, Haydon said there was no evidence the attackers - Pakistani-born Briton Khuram Butt, Italian Youssef Zaghba and Rachid Redouane who had links to Libya, Morocco and Ireland - were directed by anyone else, either in Britain or overseas. Read More »

Hawaii Becomes First State to Formally Adopt Paris Climate Pledge

In doing so, the USA joins two other countries as the only nations not agreeing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to levels needed to maintain a stable climate , keeping global temperature rise "well below" 2°C. For now, he said, China, European countries and individual U.S. states will fill the gap left by the federal government's move to abdicate leadership on the issue. Read More »

Des élections sous haute tension — Royaume Uni

La Première ministre écossaise Nicola Sturgeon a toutefois appelé Theresa May à "abandonner" son projet de Brexit "dur" après son échec aux élections. Le négociateur en chef de l'UE sur le Brexit, Michel Barnier , a laissé entendre que l'UE était prête à laisser un peu de temps à Londres avant d'ouvrir les discussions. Read More »