Health

Lions release statement after report of racial slur by fan

Lions release statement after report of racial slur by fan

On Thursday, the Lions confirmed to ESPN that the fan was no longer allowed at Ford Field. "Providing our fans with a safe and enjoyable experience at all Ford Field events is of the utmost importance and an absolute priority for our organization".


Multiple deaths at FL nursing home due to power outage

Multiple deaths at FL nursing home due to power outage

The Florida Health Care Association , which represents 81% of Florida's nursing centers - but not the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills - said about 150 facilities out of almost 700 nursing home facilities in the state do not have full power services restored.



Andy Reid says fans were 'unbelievable' in his tenure in Philadelphia

Doug Pederson's players celebrated their win over Washington on Sunday by dumping Gatorade on their coach's head, a time-honored sports tradition. In a world of uncertainties and criticisms surrounding the Philadelphia Eagles and their future, the overall feeling of Carson Wentz as the quarterback of this team has been very positive.


Unemployment rate unchanged from July

Unemployment rate unchanged from July

Construction jobs were up by 2,400 from July to August and the sector showed an increase in 6,300 positions since August of 2016. "The increase of 8,300 jobs in August was the largest increase shown so far this year". The logging and mining sector held steady. Private sector employment increased by 4,900 and government employment decreased by 2,900 jobs in August.


Army says investigating Viral Video of soldier assaulting civilians

Army says investigating Viral Video of soldier assaulting civilians

The army also claimed that this could be a planned misinformation by the IPOB to cause chaos in the state. He however says he is displeased about reports that people were being compelled to raise their hands while passing through security checkpoints.


Indian priest meets Pope Francis after 18-month imprisonment

Indian priest meets Pope Francis after 18-month imprisonment

On his part, Pope Francis embraced Fr. Uzhunnalil and told him that he would continue to pray for him, as he had every day while the priest was imprisoned. He recalled the words of the priest, who after being released said, "Truly, every day I felt Jesus next to me, I always knew and felt in my heart that I was not alone ".