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HIV put in remission in baby born with AIDS virus Oct 24, 3:21 pm
Washington, October 24 (ANI): Doctors have revealed that they may have put HIV into remission in a Mississippi baby born with the AIDS virus.
Katherine Webb kisses 'ex' A.J. McCarron after Alabama victory Sep 30, 2:18 pm
New York, Sept 30 (ANI): Katherine Webb kissed her rumoured former beau A.J. McCarron, after his team Alabama defeated Mississippi by 25-0.
US judge tells Sikh man called 'terrorist' by transport officials to remove 'rag' from head Sep 29, 10:01 am
Washington, Sept 29 (ANI): A Sikh man residing in the United States was reportedly taunted as a 'terrorist' by transport officials, who arrested him after they found his 'kirpan' and then expelled by a judge during his court date for failing to remove 'that rag' from his head.
New York, July 12 (ANI): A man in Jackson, Mississippi has taken up the task of filling about a hundred ruts in local streets after he stole asphalt from the city's supplies.
Washington, May 19 (ANI): A study from Texas Tech University, El Paso, and the University of Mississippi, Oxford, holds promising results for diabetic patients suffering from indigestion symptoms like nausea, vomiting, bloating and heartburn.
Ex-martial arts teacher arrested in Mississippi for sending ricin-laced letters to Obama Apr 28, 5:17 pm
London, April.28 (ANI): Former martial arts instructor Everett Dutschke has been arrested in Mississippi under accusations that he had been sending letters to U.S. President Barack Obama, a senator and a judge containing ricin, a toxic element from a castor oil plant.
Cancer drug could hold promise for weight loss Apr 24, 2:37 pm
Washington, April 24 (ANI): Researchers have suggested that a cancer drug that works by inhibiting the growth of blood vessels might also help reduce fat.
Washington, Apr. 19 (ANI): The Mississippi man suspected of sending deadly ricin in letters to President Barack Obama and a senator is known to police, who have long viewed him as a paranoid conspiracy theorist prone to violence.
Mississippi man arrested for allegedly sending poisonous ricin letters to Obama, US lawmaker Apr 18, 11:03 am
Sydney, Apr. 18 (ANI): The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has arrested a man on suspicion of sending poisonous letters to US President Barack Obama and a Mississippi senator.
HIV-infected baby 'functionally cured' for first time Mar 4, 9:39 am
Washington, March 4 (ANI): A team of researchers has described the first case of a so-called "functional cure" in an HIV-infected infant.
Washington, Jan. 27 (ANI): Former Republican National Committee Chairman Haley Barbour has said that "stupid" and "offensive" comments made by one candidate can have a negative effect on others in the same political party.
US judge approves BP's $7.8 bn settlement in 2010 oil spill case Dec 23, 11:44 am
Beijing, Dec. 23 (Xinhua-ANI): A U.S. judge on Friday granted final approval to British oil giant BP's multibillion-dollar settlement with businesses and individuals affected by the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
New map reveals where most 'racist, anti-Obama' tweets originated from post re-election Nov 10, 11:18 am
Washington, Nov. 10 (ANI): A flurry of 'racist tweets' that followed President Barack Obama's re-election came primarily from southern states in the US, a new map that geographically pinpointed the point of origin of the 'hate speech' has revealed.
Now, device to help stutterers improve quality of life Oct 21, 10:05 am
Washington, October 21 (ANI): A trio of University of Mississippi faculty members from different areas of campus has created a patent-pending device that could change the lives of people who stutter.
US officials call for ban on saggy pants to remove unemployment Aug 8, 11:14 am
Washington, August 8 (ANI): In a hearing on Monday, officials from a county in Mississippi brought new legislation regarding sagging pants to the forefront in an effort to weed out an "indecent" wardrobe choice that's keeping the Jackson area youth out of work.
Mississippi, July 30 (ANI): A church in the American state of Mississippi refused to allow a couple to marry because they were black. Charles and Te'Andrea Wilson had planned to get married at the First Baptist Church in Crystal Springs, Mississippi, but the pastor of the church said the ceremony could not be conducted. Pastor Stan Weatherford told ABC News that there had never been a wedding for blacks at the church since it was opened in 1883.
London, June 17 (ANI): A male model has filed a 1million dollar lawsuit against a US retail outlet and a modelling agent claiming that he was told to strip and masturbate at a photo shoot so that he could look 'relaxed'
Santorum wins Alabama, Mississippi primaries Mar 14, 2:23 pm
Lawrence (Kansas, US), Mar.14 (ANI): Former Pennsylvania Senator and Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum delivered another sharp shock to the Mitt Romney's campaign Tuesday night, by claiming victory in the Alabama and Mississippi presidential primaries.
Washington, Mar 13(ANI): About half of Republican voters in Alabama and Mississippi believe US President Barack Obama is a Muslim, and about one in four respondents said his parents' inter-racial marriage should have been illegal, a new poll has found.
Washington, Sept 23 (ANI): A division of Mississippi-based American Family Association, One Million Moms, has slammed Ben and Jerry's new 'Schweddy Balls' flavoured ice cream, labelling it as 'vulgar'.
Washington, Aug 7 (ANI): A Mississippi State classics professor has found a declining trend of religious words when he surveyed the ugliest and most beautiful words used by university students.
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