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  • Woman gives birth on plane

    Woman gives birth on plane

    Though the baby's name and gender have not been shared publicly, Frontier did reveal that the newborn's middle name is Sky due to the unusual conditions of its arrival in the world.

  • Deal or no deal, Elon Musk could upend Twitter's business for a long time

    Deal or no deal, Elon Musk could upend Twitter's business for a long time

    In recent days, Musk has said the deal "cannot move forward" until he sees more information about the amount of spam and fake accounts on the platform.He has flippantly pushed back at careful explanations from Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal on the matter.Twitter, meanwhile, remains unwavering t...

  • U.S health officials investigating monkeypox case

    U.S health officials investigating monkeypox case

    The case of monkeypox was confirmed in a man in Massachusetts who had recently traveled to Canada.The patient is hospitalized in stable condition at Massachusetts General Hospital.The patient has been in an airborne infection isolation room since last Thursday.

  • British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces no further action over 'Partygate' scandal

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces no further action over 'Partygate' scandal

    Johnson has revealed no further fines over his alleged breaches of lockdown regulations after the Metroplitan Police announced that it had concluded its investigation.Johnson is said to be "pleased" that the investigation is completed and that he did not receive a second fine, after a penalty was is...

  • Amber Heard's sister testifies she saw Johnny Depp abuse her

    Amber Heard's sister testifies she saw Johnny Depp abuse her

    Whitney Heard Henriquez, Heard's younger sister, testified in court as part the ongoing defamation case between Heard and ex-husband Depp.Henriquez said that she lived with Heard and Depp off and on during the course of their relationship and that she thought of Depp as a brother.

  • Top Taliban leader makes more promises on women's rights but quips 'naughty women' should stay home

    Top Taliban leader makes more promises on women's rights but quips 'naughty women' should stay home

    In March after many promises that girls would be able to attend secondary school, the Taliban reversed their decision, postponing the return indefinitely.When asked about Afghan women who say they are afraid to leave their homes under Taliban rule, and those who have reported a chilling effect of th...

  • Knowing the signs of a stroke, how to treat and prevent it

    Knowing the signs of a stroke, how to treat and prevent it

    "A heart attack is a heart attack, and a brain attack is a stroke," Freeman said. It is "usually a sudden decrease in blood flow to the brain."Strokes are often identified by a sudden, severe headache, vision problems in one or both eyes, trouble walking, paralysis or numbness in the face or limbs,...

  • Senegal President shows support for PSG player Idrissa Gueye following homophobia row

    Senegal President shows support for PSG player Idrissa Gueye following homophobia row

    PSG head coach Mauricio Pochettino, told a media conference that Gueye was excused from Saturday's game for "personal reasons."However, the Senegalese president has expressed his support for the midfielder.

  • Designer who sketched famous Marilyn Monroe dress says it was a 'big mistake' for Kim Kardashian to wear it

    Designer who sketched famous Marilyn Monroe dress says it was a 'big mistake' for Kim Kardashian to wear it

    Early in his career, Mackie worked as a sketch artist for Paramount costumier Edith Head, and Jean Louis, for whom he illustrated the skin-tight gown worn by Monroe when she sang "Happy Birthday, Mr President" to John F. Kennedy in 1962.

  • Prostate cancer screening is better than originally thought, especially for Black men, study says

    Prostate cancer screening is better than originally thought, especially for Black men, study says

    There's no standard test for prostate cancer, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Two of the more commonly used tests are a digital rectal exam and a blood test for prostate specific antigen (PSA), an enzyme that is typically higher in men with prostate cancer.