How to tackle the growing toll of the flu in Texas

AUSTIN, Texas — The U.S. has now had nearly three-quarters of its flu cases since the pandemic began in late September, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

As of Monday, more than 17.6 million Americans have been diagnosed with flu, and many more have died.

The number of confirmed cases has risen to 5.9 million, and the number of deaths has climbed to 3.7 million.

The CDC reports that there are 5.7 deaths per 100,000 people, and more than 30% of all deaths are linked to influenza.

The latest figures, from the U.K.’s National Institute for Health, show that the U

‘Dying’ is ‘the new dying’: CNN, the New York Times, and more weigh in on the latest presidential election

CNNMoney: CNN, “Dying” is “the new Dying.”

The network said Wednesday that “Ding Dong The Musical” has been a “breathtaking success” with fans across the globe.

“Deej, this is one of the greatest shows ever, and its an amazing achievement to be able to tell the story of a girl who can’t move, who can only cry.

That’s what we call a show that can’t die.

And that’s what this show is all about,” said Dana Bash, co-host of the nightly CNN Newsroom.

“That’s what it’s about.

It’s a show about life and death.

We’re all in this together.

It means everything to me.

It was so hard to write this show because it’s so different from the rest of my life.

I think the reason why this show resonated so much is because it doesn’t feel so scripted,” Bash said.

“It feels real.

You can feel the emotion and feel the pain.

That really resonates with people.

They’re in the moment.

They get it.

They have their own journey.”

Bash also pointed to the show’s cast members’ experience with cancer, which has been featured prominently in the film.

“They’re very much the true heroes of the show.

They’ve all been through it and are ready to go on,” she said.

CNN also said it will feature a “shelter” for the show, which will be based in Atlanta.

The show is expected to air this summer.

CNNMoney reported Wednesday that, despite the recent ratings success, some of the studio’s partners have expressed concern about the future of “Deydong The Musical.”

“The show has proven that audiences can be entertained by it, but its a real risk that the show could end up being the next Titanic,” said J.J. Abrams, President and CEO of Warner Bros. Television.

“We believe that ‘Ding Ding Dong The Movie’ is a hit for both the movie and the show and look forward to continuing to build the series as it continues to grow,” he said.

ABC News reported Wednesday the network was planning a “dramatic re-launch” of the “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” television show as part of its new streaming service.

The “Diaries” spinoff will also have a new series about the “Titanic” disaster, which is also in development.

ABC, which owns ABC Studios, said it is “excited about” the new spinoff and said it would continue to invest in “Dyed” as the network plans to re-open it in the fall.

ABC said the new “Dylan” spin-off “is a fresh and engaging reimagining of the iconic ‘Diary,’ a series that made its debut on ABC in 1975.”

ABC also said its “Dia De Los Muertos” series “will be back in 2018, as we return to our original series, The Diary of Dylan.”

The series will air in 2019.

CNN has been unable to confirm the status of the new TV series.

CNN said the network is looking forward to bringing the “diary” back for another run, but it will be a different show.

The new show is also set to be a series of movies.

“The Diary” was a popular children’s television series that ran from 1975 to 1982.

It ran on ABC from 1975 through 1982.

The series starred Emmy-winning singer and actress Diane Lane as the titular “D.D.” and star-starring actors Alan Alda, Joan Cusack, and Paul Reiser.

The story focused on the adventures of a boy and a girl living in the woods.

ABC also launched a digital platform for the “Funny or Die” series of comedy videos that was created and created by Mark Burnett, who also produced the series.

“Funniest Thing On Earth” was the first new original scripted series for ABC, according to ABC News.

ABC and the “Showtime” production company will co-produce and co-finish the series, which premieres on Nov. 7.

Kevin Durant and Kevin Durant are not friends anymore

Kevin Durant is not Kevin Durant anymore.

And so is Kevin Durant, because the NBA MVP was on the wrong side of a heated confrontation over the weekend that ended in a brawl between Durant and LeBron James in New York City.

The Warriors star and his Cavaliers teammate were involved in a physical altercation on Sunday that led to James’ ejection and the ejection of two teammates from the game.

James, who is now playing in his first game of the season against the Atlanta Hawks, has been suspended by the league for the rest of the NBA season.

Durant, meanwhile, was the victim of a similar altercation during his pregame shootaround in New Jersey, which resulted in James being ejected and the game being abandoned.

ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne tweeted that James had been ejected for “aggressive conduct.”

ESPN’s Chris Haynes also reported that James was ejected for a second time for “disturbing the peace” in the middle of the game in the Nets’ victory over the Raptors.

“James was in the midst of being ejected for aggressive conduct, and he was seen by a security guard in the hallway of the arena after the game and asked to leave,” Shelburnes wrote.

“He said that if he had his way he would leave.”

The Cavaliers won, 109-109, in overtime.

Sources: Kevin Durant on NBA suspension,James James,James Harden,James Dolan,Nets,Nuggets,NBA,NBA Finals source IGN News article Kevin KD’s suspension from the NBA has been lifted after a “heated discussion” between the two players, a league source told ESPN.

KD was suspended for “conduct detrimental to the team” following the incident at the Barclays Center on Sunday.

KD is expected to report to Cleveland for the first time on Monday for the Cavs’ season opener against the Washington Wizards.

The Cavs, meanwhile have suspended James for one game for his involvement in the altercation, the source said.

“KD is not a player who has shown signs of being disrespectful toward others and he is not one to disrespect others, especially teammates,” Cavs general manager David Griffin told ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Monday morning.

“It was just a heated discussion that was not mutual and he had no intent to hurt anybody.”

Sources in the NBA confirmed to ESPN’s Darren Rovell that James, James Harden and James Dolan were all ejected from the Barclays, though they were not charged with any crime. 

Sources in NBA headquarters confirmed to Schefter that James and James Harden were “immediately removed” from the arena for their actions, but the Cavaliers said that Dolan had been arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault.

According to a source in the league, James and Harden were charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

According to ESPN, the Cavs also were not allowed to speak with James, but he “continues to be in good spirits and will be in the gym tomorrow morning.”