Only polio virus Type 1 persists, and only in Pakistan and Afghanistan. But now mutant vaccine viruses are paralyzing some unvaccinated children. Whats in the Murder Book? Marilyn Stasio Wants to Know. Her latest Crime column features a cold case for Michael Connellys Harry Bosch and whodunits from Susan Isaacs, Charles Todd and Deborah Crombie. Its Campaign Season in Football, With the Heisman Trophy on the Line. A look at a ground game that plays out away from the field, yet is important for universities chasing college footballs top award. Students use Google Assistant to create a voice-activated robot that makes grilled cheese toasties. 'Cheesborg' is the brainchild of engineer Tayor Tabb, 24, and colleagues, who created the toastie makerat Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Return of Bleecker Street. A once-luxe stretch of the West Village that, until recently, was pocked with empty storefronts, is starting to return to its old glory. Boeings Crisis Grows Tense Meetings, Falling Stock, Angry Lawmakers. The crash of two 737 Max jets has thrown the company into the biggest crisis in its 103-year history, and things seem to be getting worse. Cleaning supplies may raise risks for lung diseases by up to 38%, study suggests. University of Versailles and Harvard University researchers found that nurses who use bleach and ammonium day-in and day-out faced higher risks for lung diseases that are leading causes of death. High Street loses a further 85,000 jobs falling to below 3 million people. Retailers have called on Chancellor Sajid Javid, pictured, to consider changes to business rates in order help under-pressure shops on the high street. Ethiopia opens its secretive Imperial Palace. Ethiopia's Imperial Palace has witnessed torture, plotting and the planning of brutal conquests. Now it's been opened to the public by Ethiopia's charismatic leader, Abiy Ahmed, to boost tourism and help the country move on from its turbulent past.
Mother and her to children booted off a Jetstar flight because her toddler son did not have shoes on. The passengers were trying to board a flight from New Zealand to Wellington when they were stopped by airport staff.
Why Quiet Cars Are Getting Louder. All electric vehicles in the U.S. will soon be required to make warning sounds so pedestrians can hear them coming. MLB investigating umpire Rob Drake after 'posted a tweet declaring that he was buying an AR-15'. The tweet hypothesized that the United States would descend into mass violence if the Democrats succeeded in having the Commander-in-chief removed from office. Pioneering eczema jab 'improves the skin of patients within a month'. Charities today said the results of the Oxford University study were 'hugely exciting' and claimed the medication, called etokimab, is part of the 'future of treatment'. Switzerland's glaciers have shrunk by 10 per cent in just FIVE years. The 'record levels' of melt this year were reported by theCryospheric Commission at the Swiss Academy of Sciences based on measurements of 20 glaciers. Jalen Ramsey, All-Pro Cornerback, Traded to Rams. After a three-game losing streak, Los Angeles made aggressive roster moves in an attempt to save its season. Bank Regulators Present a Dire Warning of Financial Risks From Climate Change. The San Francisco Fed warned that banks, communities and homeowners face significant financial risk from climate change and offered proposals for banks to do more to help. Overtime Pay Eligibility Is Widened in New Federal Rule. The Labor Department set the income threshold at $35,500, the first increase since 2004 but a weaker standard than the Obama administration proposed.