Police discovers a gun used in Hudson’s family homicide

It was one of the breakthroughs achieved for the Chicago Police as they found an evidence in the Hudson family killings. The police recovered a gun which was supposedly used to kill the Academy Award Winner Jennifer Hudson's mother, brother and young nephew. The gun was lying in the vacant space in a corner where the body of the deceased seven year old Julian King was recovered inside an SUV on Monday.

Selenium and vitamin E don't help in curing prostate cancer

Some earlier researches showed that intake of vitamin E and Selenium helps in curing prostate cancer. But a seven-year research on the effects of Vitamin E and selenium supplements on prostate cancer was stopped.

Analysis of the data collected from more than 35,000 subjects and 400 sites across the United States showed that there were slightly more prostate cancers in men taking vitamin E alone, and slightly more diabetes in men taking only selenium. The 114 million-dollars study was conducted by U.S. National Cancer Institute.

Female War Veterans Haunted By Sexual Trauma

Women may have acquired the privilege of joining the armed forces on equal footing to their male counterparts, however, a new study reveals that one in seven female Iraq and Afghanistan veterans seeking VA medical care, reported undergoing incidents of sexual trauma, such as, rape and sexual harassment during military service. Those reporting sexual trauma were three times more likely to suffer from depression, post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety disorders, adjustment disorders, drug addiction or alcoholism, including other mental illnesses.

Reward of $100,000 for Hudson’s missing nephew

A reward of $100,000 has been offered for tracing Jennifer Hudson’s nephew. The reward was announced by Hudson’s family for 7 year old Julian King who has been missing ever since Hudson’s mother and brother were shot dead in Chicago.

Jennifer has appealed to her fans through a blog post to trace her nephew.

Prices of gasoline, crude oil fall due to economic slump

As US gasoline demand fell 6.4 percent last week, owing to the global economic slump, the average price of regular gasoline at filling stations fell to $2.78 a gallon.

According to oil analyst Trilby Lundberg’s survey, gasoline use for the year is down 3.2 percent from a year earlier. And the average price for regular gasoline has not been this low since October 5, 2007, when it was $2.75 a gallon.


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US District Court Judge dismisses lawsuit questioning Texas tribal casino’s sovereign immunity

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JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs bullish on British bookmakers Flutter Entertainment and William Hill

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Tesla Model S ‘Long Range Plus’ offers 402 miles range on Single Charge

Tesla Motors has announced an impressive 402 miles upgrade to range of Tesla Model S.

Colorado Casinos get green signal to reopen next week

While casinos in many parts of the United States are finally up and running, Colorado gaming venues are still closed.

U.S. Authorities Grant Approval for Tribal Casino in Park City

A massive tribal casino could soon make its presence felt in the Park City of Kansas as the Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs has approved a tract of land in trust for the Wyandotte Nation Trib

Washington’s Puyallup Tribe opens new-fangled $400 million Emerald Queen Casino Tacoma

The Puyallup Tribe’s Emerald Queen Casino & Hotel in the Tacoma city of Washington State became the newest gambling venue when it opened its doors to the public on Monday, June 8th.

Ohio Governor DeWine allows casinos and racinos to resume operations on June 18th

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