President Donald Trump claimed Wednesday that concerns over the novel coronavirus are only partially responsible for the US stock market plunge this week, insisting that the dive is also related to the Democratic presidential debate that took place after markets plunged.
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Hollywood star Johnny Depp sent messages to actor friend Paul Bettany suggesting he would “burn” and “drown” girlfriend Amber Heard during their volatile relationship, a court has heard.Previously unseen messages alleged to have been sent by the 55-year-old Pirates of the Caribbean star were read out in court this afternoon, in a pre-trial hearing in his libel battle with The Sun newspaper.
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- U.S.The Telegraph
An 11-year-old boy died hours after a junior doctor failed to spot his enlarged heart on a hospital X-ray and instead used Google to diagnose him, an inquest heard. Clayton Hague-Winterbottom would likely have survived if the size of his heart had been noted by Dr Rida Fatima and a different treatment put in place, cardiologist Dr Timothy Gray told the hearing. Assistant coroner Lisa Judge has ruled his death was contributed to by neglect. The youngster was admitted to The Royal Oldham Hospital on March 31 last year, three days after he was correctly diagnosed with a chest infection by his GP. Despite his enlarged heart being picked up on an X-ray and a medical history that included epilepsy and autism, Dr Fatima used Google to research his condition. After learning of the GP's chest infection diagnosis, she focused on examining the boy's lungs. Clayton was discharged without any blood tests being taken and collapsed at home just 40 hours later. He was later pronounced dead in hospital. The cause of Clayton's death was found to be cardiac failure and pneumonia, contributed to by enlarged chambers of the heart. At the inquest in Heywood, near Rochdale, Dr Fatima, who is now working at a different health trust in Luton, Bedfordshire, broke down in tears as she apologised to Clayton's family for the error. She said: "I can only apologise for not noticing the heart - I am so sorry. My conclusion was Clayton likely had an ongoing chest infection. I didn't specifically look at the heart but I did look at his lungs." Ms Judge recorded a verdict of death by natural causes but said it was contributed to by neglect and "gross failures" in his medical attention. She said: "There were a number of things that should have been done differently."
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Pete Davidson roasts Ariana Grande, didn't like her 'spray-painted' brown in 'Vogue' calling him a 'distraction'
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- PoliticsAssociated Press
President Donald Trump declared Wednesday that a widespread U.S. outbreak of the new respiratory virus sweeping the globe isn't inevitable even as top health authorities at his side warned Americans that more infections are coming. Trump sought to minimize fears as he insisted the U.S. is “very, very ready” for whatever the COVID-19 outbreak brings. Under fire about the government's response, he put Vice President Mike Pence in charge of coordinating the efforts.
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The ability to prosecute alleged domestic abuse cases without the support of the victim is vital.