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Clinton campaign faces a deficit of a vital commodity: enthusiasm

Los Angeles - His rallies are like raucous circuses, interrupted by the clamor of a captivated crowd that is quick to finish his sentences. Hers seem more like sober presidential addresses, exhaustive litanies of proposals presented to well-behaved supporters.

Microsoft, Facebook building giant cable under Atlantic Ocean

Microsoft Corporation is collaborating with Facebook Incorporated to put up a subsea cable across the Atlantic Ocean to boost connections for cloud and online services.

New medical implant aims to detect cancer early

A ‘cure’ for cancer remains elusive. However, methods to detect cancer early and to administer treatment continue to advance. The latest is a new implant designed to spot cancerous cells before they develop in to tumors.

Victim's family files lawsuit over shooting on San Francisco pier

San Francisco - Parents of a young woman shot to death on the San Francisco waterfront last year have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city and a former top official who enforced its controversial sanctuary policy.

Massive recall of Sippee cups after mold sickens 68 children

Mayborn USA announced over 3.1 million Tommee Tippee Sippee cups have been recalled because of a mold problem in the one-piece valve that prevents the contents from spilling.

Op-Ed: Toronto police raid on marijuana 'dispensaries' right thing to do

The arrogant and self-serving pot activists that hijacked that Toronto police press conference Thursday gave us an ugly view of the marijuana movement. To be sure there are reasonable pot-smokers who are in the right but we did not see them on this day.

U.S. bill on Puerto Rico described as 'colonial-style takeover'

Washington - A U.S. House committee has just approved the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management and Economic Stability Act last Wednesday. The legislation gives control of the country's financial institutions to a board whose members are appointed by the U.S. government.

Virginia woman arrested in $1 million handbag scheme

Arlington - A Thai national, living in Virginia on a student visa, was arrested by the Department of Homeland Security for a scam involving designer handbags and Chinese knockoffs. She was described as prolific in buying, returning and selling handbags.

Donald Trump rally in San Diego draws protesters, 35 arrests made

The Donald Trump rally in San Diego on Friday night was peaceful on the inside but not so on the outside. Anti-Trump protesters again made their voices heard, this time in the border city that boasts a strong Latino population.

N. Korean leader's aunt runs dry-cleaner in US: W.Post

Washington - The aunt of North Korea's supreme leader Kim Jong-Un lives anonymously in the United States, where she runs a dry-cleaning business after having defected in 1998, The Washington Post reported Friday.

Obama wraps up historic Asia trip

Washington - US President Barack Obama wrapped up a historic trip to Asia, where he sought to deepen US involvement by boosting ties to former adversaries in the region.

U.S. airports plagued by long waits in security lines

Washington - Peter Neffenger, top administrator of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), told members of the House Homeland Security Committee that passengers will likely continue to experience longer than normal wait times over the summer.

Demonstrators face off at Trump rally in California

San Diego - Thousands of pro- and anti-Donald Trump demonstrators faced off outside a rally for the presumptive Republican presidential nominee in San Diego, with police out in force to head off violence.

Op-Ed: Sonoma has its first Integrative Health Care Fair Special

Sonoma - Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy in Sonoma was pleased to co-host the very first annual Integrative Health Fair this past May 21. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the afternoon.

New boa constrictor species found on remote island in Bahamas

A new species of boa constrictor has been discovered on an uninhabited island in the Bahamas. One of the manners in which the species introduced itself was to slither out of a tree right up upon the head of a researcher.

Unmanned solar vessel to sail from California to Hawaii

Avila Beach - Environmental goals today may sometimes seem unattainable, but with ingenuity and the use of modern technology, it is amazing what we can accomplish. So it is with an unmanned solar-powered boat that sets sail on Memorial Day, headed for Hawaii.

Rio Olympics should move due to Zika concerns, say 150 experts

Miami - An open letter signed by 150 international doctors, scientists and researchers Friday called for the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro to be moved or delayed due to the Zika virus.

Chicago police use algorithm to combat gun violence

Washington - The Chicago police department is using a unique algorithm in its battle against armed violence, to figure out who is most likely to be involved in a shooting, either as a victim or perpetrator.

Expect more storms this Atlantic hurricane season: U.S. scientists

Miami - More storms are expected during the coming Atlantic hurricane season which should be "near-normal," after three years of unusually low storm activity, US government scientists said Friday.

Dr. Heimlich, 96, performs the Heimlich maneuver on 87-year-old

Cincinnati - Dr. Henry Heimlich, who first described the Heimlich Maneuver in June of 1974, was said to have used the procedure for the first time on a resident of the nursing home where he stays.
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