Two runners die at Cardiff Half Marathon

“They unfortunately become the first fatalities in the 15 year history of the race.” The men were treated on the finishing line before being taken to Cardiff’s University Hospital Wales. South Wales Police said the men’s next-of-kin had been notified. Related Topics Running NSPCC Haverfordwest Fitness Marathon running Cardiff Original…

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Trump rallies to push Montana Senate toss-up into the red

(CNN)President Donald Trump visited Montana last week to campaign for Republican Senate hopeful Matt Rosendale. But during his rally at Missoula International Airport, it became clear the trip might have been more about who he was campaigning against. Trump hasn’t forgotten. “They made up a series of lies that were…

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Murkowski: ‘I know Alaska’s political terrain better than’ Trump

(CNN)Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Wednesday privately reassured Sen. Lisa Murkowski, who is facing severe criticism from President Donald Trump and others for being the lone GOP vote against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the Alaska Republican told reporters Wednesday. In a morning interview with the Associated Press, McConnell defended…

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Trump administration and Big Pharma square off over proposal to televise drug prices

(CNN)Vowing to put American patients first, US Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar on Monday blasted the pharmaceutical industry for not doing enough to bring down drug prices and announced what he called “historic action”: a proposal requiring drug manufacturers to include the list price of any drug paid…

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Red tide spreads to Florida’s east coast, shuttering some Miami-Dade beaches

(CNN)The red tide bloom that’s been in the waters off Florida’s Gulf coast for months is now choking the Atlantic Ocean waters from Miami Beach to Palm Beach, Florida. They’ll have to wait for those fish to come back, and the live bait, too. Claus, like many in the area,…

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May: No special treatment for EU migrants

The British Retail Consortium said the policy should be based on the economy’s needs rather an “arbitrarily” drawing a line based on salaries or skills. And Labour said the government was making a “dubious distinction” between low and high-skilled workers – saying care workers were technically “low-skilled” but were “vital…

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