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Daily aspirin use may up risk of severe bleeding, death

Daily aspirin use may up risk of severe bleeding, death

Meanwhile, other studies have shown a causal link between antiplatelet treatment and upper gastrointestinal bleeding, but estimates on the size of the risk vary widely. Professor Peter Rothwell, from Oxford University, said: 'We have known for some time that aspirin increases the risk of bleeding for elderly patients.



Two US Attorneys General to sue over foreign payments to Trump hotels

President Donald Trump is facing a new lawsuit filed by the attorneys general of Maryland and District of Columbia, alleging that he is violating clauses in the U.S. White House press secretary Sean Spicer noted that response at a White House briefing Monday. The foreign emoluments clause prohibits the president and other government employees from accepting foreign gifts and payments without congressional approval.


Brexit talks may not start on June 19, David Davis suggests

Brexit talks may not start on June 19, David Davis suggests

After Mrs May addressed the 1922 Committee of backbench Tory MPs on Monday, some of those present suggested the PM would consult more with business on her approach to the talks. His comments came as DUP leader Arlene Foster warned Stormont rivals participating in the faltering negotiations that the "time for unreasonable behaviour and unrealistic demands is over".



Comey Planning To Testify Publicly As Early As Next Week

Former Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey will testify on June 8 before a congressional committee investigating Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 USA presidential election. Nearly as soon as the executive-privilege trial balloon went up yesterday, the White House shot it down . "Comey has alleged in memos that Trump asked him to pledge loyalty and to shut down his inquiry into former national security adviser Michael Flynn", the report noted.



Jeff Sessions Pushes Back On Suggestions Of Collusion

He angered Democrats on the panel by refusing to answer questions about conversations with President Donald Trump . ME independent Sen. Angus King asked a number of questions about the basis for Sessions' refusal to answer questions.



Bill Cosby jury to hear more of his deposition testimony

He says what they did was consensual. As if to show that he, too, was disappointed in Mr Cosby - and perhaps offer the jury the catharsis of a public shaming - Mr McMonagle pointed at his client and declared angrily, "You danced outside your marriage".