News archive from 15 October 2013, page 6

U.S. senators close in on deal as threat of default nears

U.S. senators close in on deal as threat of default nears

The Senate's top Democrat and top Republican both said they hoped they could soon reach an agreement that would allow them to avert a looming default and end a partial government shutdown that has dragged on for 14 days so far. "I'm very...

 

U.S. spy agency collects millions of email address lists - report

The Post said analyzing that data lets the NSA search for connections and map relationships among foreign intelligence targets. The data collection takes place outside the United States, but sweeps in the contacts of many Americans, the report said,...

 

Birmingham take Polish international Dudka on trial as Stoke eye Pompey starlet Wallace

Birmingham are giving a trial to Dariusz Dudka. The 29-year-old Poland international is a free agent after leaving Levante in the summer and can play in defence or midfield. And Stoke are showing interest in Portsmouth midfielder Jed Wallace, 19....

Daily Mail, 01:52 in Sport
 
Murder Inquiry Launched As Man Hit By Lorry

Murder Inquiry Launched As Man Hit By Lorry

A murder investigation has been launched after a man was hit by a lorry in Barking, east London. Police believe the incident, which took place on River Road at 10.30am on Monday, could be linked to a commercial robbery which took place in the area...

 
U.S. stock futures up, dollar stabilises on U.S. deal hopes

U.S. stock futures up, dollar stabilises on U.S. deal hopes

Asian stocks were expected to open higher, with Japan's Nikkei index futures up 0.8 percent, after U.S. Standard & Poor's 500 index reversed early losses to close up 0.4 percent, spurred by hopes of a U.S. budget deal. Many markets in the region,...

Reuters, 02:10 in Business
 

Cameron attacks EU red tape before reform drive

Cameron set up the review of EU red tape in June, addressing one of the biggest grievances of British Eurosceptics who complain that the bloc's rules are often petty, interfering and expensive to implement. "All too often, EU rules are a handicap...

Reuters, 02:10 in Business
 

I've refused chemo for breast cancer because the gain isn't worth all the pain: After a double mastectomy,...

Sally Becker, 53, is known as the Angel of Mostar for her work as a charity volunteer saving hundreds of lives in war-torn Bosnia. Four months ago she was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent a double mastectomy, but she is refusing all further...

Daily Mail, 02:17 in Health
 

How the menopause can leave your mouth too dry to eat or talk, making simple tasks a daily struggle

Gazing out at the crowd of expectant faces, Cheryl McBroom felt a surge of anxiety. As an experienced dental hygienist used to giving lectures on her subject, the task should have been fairly straightforward. But thanks to a debilitating health...

Daily Mail, 02:17 in Health
 

The deceptively normal-looking socks that can stop you taking a stumble

Scientists have devised socks to prevent stumbles and falls. Looking like normal white ankle socks, they have a special synthetic material at the toe. This pulls the toes upwards as the wearer walks, preventing them catching on stairs - a major cause...

Daily Mail, 02:17 in Health
 

Ask the doctor: Could an aspirin a day damage my eyesight?

During a recent eye test my optician told me that I have the beginnings of the eye condition macular degeneration. She said it cannot be cured, but that eating green veg may prevent it getting worse. Before my diagnosis I was taking half an aspirin a...

Daily Mail, 02:17 in Health
 

How to get Katie Holmes's legs: Secrets of an A-list Body

How to get the physiques of the stars. This week: Katie Holmes's legs. Katie Holmes flashed a perfect pair of pins when she appeared on the Good Morning America show last week. So how does the mother of seven-year-old Suri keep them in such good...

Daily Mail, 02:17 in Health
 

Me and my operation: An end to the misery of bent and painful toes

Three million Britons suffer from hammer toes, where typically the second toe is permanently bent, causing pain. Tony Packman, 53, from Kew in South-West London, who runs a stonemasonry company, underwent a new procedure for it. THE PATIENT My work...

Daily Mail, 02:17 in Health
 

I've refused chemo for breast cancer because the gain isn't worth all the pain: After a double mastectomy,...

Sally Becker, 53, is known as the Angel of Mostar for her work as a charity volunteer saving hundreds of lives in war-torn Bosnia. Four months ago she was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent a double mastectomy, but she is refusing all further...

Daily Mail, 02:17 in Health
 

How the menopause can leave your mouth too dry to eat or talk, making simple tasks a daily struggle

Gazing out at the crowd of expectant faces, Cheryl McBroom felt a surge of anxiety. As an experienced dental hygienist used to giving lectures on her subject, the task should have been fairly straightforward. But thanks to a debilitating health...

Daily Mail, 02:17 in Health
 

The deceptively normal-looking socks that can stop you taking a stumble

Scientists have devised socks to prevent stumbles and falls. Looking like normal white ankle socks, they have a special synthetic material at the toe. This pulls the toes upwards as the wearer walks, preventing them catching on stairs - a major cause...

Daily Mail, 02:17 in Health
 


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