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christie-fiorina-021116.jpg Following their abysmal performance in the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina have dropped out of their campaigns to seek the Republican US presidential nomination. Both Christie and Fiorina announced their decision on Facebook, a day after the New Hampshire primary, where they fared poorly in the poll won by Don

Alcohol allows gut bacteria to migrate to the liver, promoting alcohol-induced liver disease, a new study has warned. The findings of the study by researchers from University of California, who conduced it in mice and in laboratory samples, were published in the journal Cell Host & Microbe. They previously...

CarlyFiorina-021016.jpg Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina announced Wednesday she is suspending her campaign for the Republican presidential nomination after a disappointing showing in the New Hampshire primary. After coming in seventh in New Hampshire, Fiorina revealed her decision to drop out of the race in a post on her Facebook page.

ChrisChristie-020916.jpg After a poor showing in the New Hampshire Republican primary, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is expected to suspend his presidential campaign. Christie came in sixth in New Hampshire with just over 7 percent support, coming in well behind winner Donald Trump.

USCapitol-021016.jpg Senate lawmakers are scheduled to vote Thursday on legislation that would permanently ban taxing access to internet service, with the measure expected to receive bipartisan support.

supremecourt-021016.jpg Delivering a setback to President Barack Obama, the U.S. Supreme Court temporarily blocked implementation of the Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Power Plan on Tuesday. In a 5 to 4 decision, the Supreme Court granted a request from nearly thirty states and the energy industry to stay the plan while litigation proceeds.

heart-disease-021016.jpg Gum issues have direct link with heart disease? Experts of Texas A&M Health Science Center say minor problems such as gum issues, snoring, indigestion, heartburn etc. can be signs of heart diseases.

IrinaBokova-021016.jpg Bulgaria has formally announced its nomination of UNESCO chief Irina Bokova for the post of UN Secretary General. The Balkan country's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement Tuesday that it sent a letter nominating Irina Georgieva Bokova for the post of Secretary General of the United Nations....

Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) show decrease in grey matter in areas of the brain that process breathlessness, fear and sensitivity to pain, a new study has found. COPD is a lung disease that makes it hard to breathe and is caused by damage to the lungs from many years,...

The Obama administration has proposed $860 million in aid for Pakistan, including $265 million for military hardware, which it said would help the country fight terrorists, secure nuclear weapons and improve ties with India. While there was no mention of Pakistan in President Barack Obama's budgetary...

Warming temperatures are causing about half of the world's plants and animals to move location, an international conference in Australia heard today, with every major type of species affected. Camille Parmesan, an expert from Britain's Plymouth University on how climate change impacts wildlife, said...

Scientists have discovered hundreds of galaxies just 250 million light years away from Earth which had been hidden from view until now by our Milky Way galaxy. The discovery may help to explain the mysterious gravitational anomaly dubbed the Great Attractor, that appears to be drawing the Milky Way...

Horses-human-021016.jpg It is a known fact that animals can read human emotions, and now there is scientific base to ascertain that. Horses can read human facial expressions and distinguish between happy and angry faces, researchers have found for the first time. The results of a study presenting the first evidence of horses' abilities to spontaneously discriminate between happy and angry human facial expressions were

Bernie-Sanders-020516.jpg This time, the polls were correct, as Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump cruised to easy victories Tuesday in their respective New Hampshire primaries. Sanders, the socialist-leaning Vermont Senator, was expected to dominate the Democratic race in New Hampshire - and he did. Trump, the business mogul,...

ChrisChristie-020916.jpg CBS News released the criteria for the next Republican presidential debate on Tuesday, indicating that several candidates will need strong showings in tonight's New Hampshire primary to qualify.

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