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- Nintendo Labo, my demonic children, and the weekend from hell – CNETCommentary: With some kids, Nintendo Labo can be a magical, educational bonding experience. Mine are not those kids ..... Read More.6 hours ago
- Toronto van attack: Moment suspect arrestedAlek Minassia pleaded "kill me" and claimed to have a gun but the officer put his own gun away. ..... Read More.6 hours ago
- Macy’s to Pay $75K to Settle Federal Disability Discrimination LawsuitMacy’s will pay a former long-term employee $75,000 to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit filed in Illinois filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). According to the federal employment agency, the EEOC’s lawsuit charged Macy’s with firing an … ..... Read More.6 hours ago
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- Fermi 2 nuclear plant remains down after valve issue foundDTE Energy says Fermi 2 in Monroe County remains in a "safe, stable condition." ..... Read More.6 hours ago
- Kids With Rare Rapid-Aging Disease Get Hope From Study DrugChicago (AP) – Children with a rare, incurable disease that causes rapid aging and early death may live longer if treated with an experimental drug first developed for cancer patients. That’s according to small, preliminary study in 27 kids with progeria. The benefit was small: Treated children were more likely to survive during the two-year study than children who didn’t get the drug. But some kids taking the drug lonafarnib (lohn-uh-FAR-nib) in this and other studies have lived into their late teens. The researchers say the results suggest a potential breakthrough for a heartbreaking condition. The drug helps disable a protein that accumulates abnormally in progeria and causes cell damage. The genetic disease affects about 1 in 20 million people. The study was published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association. (© Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten… ..... Read More.6 hours ago