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  • The East Coast Becomes a No-Fly Zone

    This chart shows where flyers are feeling blizzard-induced delays and cancelations the worst

    BusinessWeek44 mins ago
  • Guns, Grenades and Other Crazy Items the TSA Nabbed in 2014

    The Transportation Security Administration last year confiscated a record number of concealed firearms and other illegal goods at airports around the country. The TSA screened more than 653 million passengers and confiscated 2,212 firearms found in carry-on bags in 2014.

    The Fiscal Times
  • Dementia 'link' to common drugs

    A study links commonly used medicines, including over-the-counter treatments for conditions such as insomnia and hay-fever, to dementia.

    BBC News
  • Thousands of flights canceled as storm descends on the East

    Airline travelers are going nowhere fast because of the blizzard bearing down on the Northeast.

    Associated Press
  • Liberia 'optimistic' of zero Ebola cases by end-Feb

    Liberia, once the country worst hit by the Ebola outbreak, hopes to have no new cases by the end of next month, a government minister said on Monday. "We think we can make it to zero by the end of February latest," Liberian Commerce Minister Axel Addy told reporters in Geneva.

    AFP
  • Mentally disabled US man to be executed Tuesday

    An intellectually disabled death row inmate in the US state of Georgia is scheduled to die Tuesday, as lawyers and advocates petition for his life to be spared. On Thursday, lawyers for Warren Hill, 54, filed an appeal with the US Supreme court to stop the execution based on his intellectual…

    AFP
  • Armstrong says he'd cheat again

    Cycling outcast Lance Armstrong has said he would take banned substances again if faced with the same circumstances that saw him dope in 1995. In an interview with the BBC on Monday, the American said it was not possible to win cleanly when he was dominating the Tour de France with a record seven…

    AFP
  • Cycling - Armstrong says he'd cheat again

    - Cycling outcast Lance Armstrong has said he would take banned substances again if faced with the same circumstances that saw him dope in 1995. In an interview with the BBC on Monday, the American said it was not possible to win cleanly when he was dominating the Tour de France with a record…

    AFP
  • The Fall Of Atlantic City...In 1 Chart

    Atlantic City was once the Mecca of American gambling east of the Rocky Mountains. However, the Atlantic City gaming industry has suffered an unprecedented collapse over the past decade. What happened ...

    Benzinga
  • LaSalle Hotel Properties Acquires the Westin Market Street in San Francisco for $350.0M

    LaSalle Hotel Properties (NYSE: LHO ) today announced that it acquired The Westin Market Street in San Francisco, California for $350.0 million. The Company funded the acquisition with cash on hand and ...

    Benzinga
  • TrovaGene Partners with Leading Cancer Research Institutes - Analyst Blog

    TrovaGene Inc. (TROV) recently announced a number of collaborations with eminent research institutes around the world.

    Zacks
  • It's not too late to score Super Bowl XLIX tickets

    For most fans looking for Super Bowl XLIX tickets, this year’s game in Glendale, Arizona, between the the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks might as well be played on the moon. It’s that ...

    Consumer Reports
  • American Obesity Rate Tops 27%

    Heart disease, obesity and diabetes have become epidemics in America. The drag on the American health industry and the overall economy will not, therefore improve.

    24/7 Wall St.
  • VIDEO: What is it like to be disabled at a gig?

    How accessible are the UK's music venues to wheelchair users and other people with disabilities?

    BBC News
  • VIDEO: TV ad warns of heartburn-cancer sign

    Persistent heartburn could be a sign of cancer, doctors warn, as a new campaign is launched to make people more aware of the signs.

    BBC News
  • VIDEO: War hero's pioneering brain treatment

    BBC Inside Out follows injured soldier and Afghanistan war hero Ben Parkinson as he embarks on pioneering oxygen treatment for his brain injury.

    BBC News
  • Basketball/NBA - Pistons' top scorer Jennings sidelined

    - The Detroit Pistons top scorer Brandon Jennings will likely miss the remainder of the season with a torn left Achilles tendon, the NBA team said on Sunday. The Pistons point guard was injured during Saturday's contest against Milwaukee. The six-year veteran left the Pistons' 101-86 loss late in…

    AFP
  • Hearing loss care demand rises

    Nine of Scotland's 14 health boards say they are facing increased demand from people with hearing loss.

    BBC News