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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

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    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    The Week
    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    The Week
    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    The Week
    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

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    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
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    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
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    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
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    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
 
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire, overnight…
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  • Study: Consuming too much citrus could increase risk of skin cancer

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Researchers have found that people who drink copious amounts of orange juice or eat a lot of grapefruit could be raising their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers say that grapefruit and oranges contain compounds called furocoumarins and psoralen. Furocoumarins make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, and furocoumarins and psoralen cause melanoma cells to multiply when exposed to ultraviolet light. The team looked at more than 40,000 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and more than 60,000 women…
  • Obama planning to expand overtime eligibility to millions of Americans

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    The Obama administration could announce as early as Tuesday that it plans to expand overtime eligibility for millions of Americans by 2016. The 1938 law that established the federal 40-hour workweek exempts professional, administrative, and executive employees from overtime pay requirements. Under the draft rules, a person classified as a manager or professional who earns $970 a week or less and works more than 40 hours would have to earn overtime pay, an administration official told Bloomberg. Retail workers and restaurant employees are the most likely to be affected. "You would be hard…
  • David Cameron: Gunman in Tunisia declared war on Britain

    29 Jun 2015 | 7:01 pm
    British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the gunman behind last week's massacre in Sousse, Tunisia, declared war on Britain when he shot and killed at least 30 Britons. Cameron said the government will provide a "full spectrum" response, including helping security forces in Tunisia track down any accomplices, The Guardian reports. Cameron said the government would not ramp up travel advisories to Tunisian coastal resorts for now, saying the killer wanted to destroy the tourist industry, which accounts for 15 percent of the country's economy. He also said that soon,…
  • Woman hit in the head by drone at Seattle pride parade

    29 Jun 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Police in Seattle are looking for the operator of a drone that hit a woman in the head at the Seattle pride parade Sunday, knocking her out. The two-pound drone hit the 25-year-old woman as she watched the parade, ABC News reports, causing her to collapse. She was caught by her boyfriend before she hit the ground, and an off-duty firefighter treated her at the scene. The extent of her injuries are not known. Police are looking to speak with a man in his 20s, unshaven, with a tattoo of a woman, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and cut-off pants during the parade. The drone was 18…
  • At least 28 homes destroyed by Washington wildfire

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    The wildfire burning in and around Wenatchee, Washington, has destroyed at least 28 homes and three commercial buildings, officials said Monday. Diane Reed, who lost her home in the fire, told The Seattle Times that her neighborhood looked "like a war zone." The Sleepy Hollow fire has burned about 3,000 acres since it broke out Sunday, state patrol spokesman Darren Wright told Reuters. Some firefighters have sustained minor injuries, he said, and several hundred homes are still under evacuation orders. Although crews have been unable to establish containment lines around the fire,