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Day: May 9, 2018

Prince William, Kate Middleton show off new baby boy April 23.

It’s A Boy: Kate Middleton and Prince William announce Baby No. 3

By Cecilia Rodriguez, FORBES CONTRIBUTOR ~~ The birth of the third child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Great Britain’s newest prince, was announced officially on Monday by Kensington Palace in a tweet that reads: “Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a son at 1101hrs. The baby weighs 8lbs […]

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

North Korea says denuclearization pledge not result of U.S.-led sanctions

REUTERS NEWS ~~ SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea said on Sunday its intention to denuclearize, unveiled at a historic inter-Korean summit, was not the result of U.S.-led sanctions and pressure, warning the United States not to mislead public opinion. Impoverished North Korea has been hit by a series of U.N. and U.S. sanctions in recent […]

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Unemployment below 4 percent, first time since 2000

The job market hasn’t been this good in a very long time. The unemployment rate dropped below 4 percent in April for the first time since 2000. The Labor Department reported Friday that it fell to 3.9 percent — inching closer to territory not seen in half a century. Employers added 164,000 jobs, slightly below […]

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Governor Deal signs distracted driving bill.

Gov. Deal signs new hands-free distracted driving bill into law

ATLANTA – Gov. Nathan Deal has signed the hands-free distracted driving bill into law. Deal traveled all over the state to sign various bills into law on Wednesday, May 2. The hands-free law will impact every driver in this state. “This is our effort to make sure that these tragedies are not going to occur […]

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Worst flu season

Flu season has left a trail of deaths, and perhaps a few lessons

By Andy Miller, Georgia Health News ~~ Dr. Hany Atallah of Grady Memorial Hospital saw a patient Monday who had flu symptoms. This possible flu sufferer—who also happened to be a Grady employee — showed that the disease can still appear, weeks after it reached its peak. Still, for Atallah, Grady’s chief of emergency medicine, […]

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