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K. described Hammond’s comments as “mean-spirited” and “shameful” “Rather than throwing up the drawbridge and talking about how Europe can ‘protect’ itself from migrants Mr Hammond should be working with our EU partners to ensure that people don’t drown in the Mediterranean or get crushed beneath lorries at Calais” he told the BBC Contact us at editors@timecomIn some ways Americans today are healthier than they were in 1990 when the United Health Foundation first published America’s Health Rankings an annual state-by-state assessment of our nation’s health Cardiovascular and cancer deaths are down and the smoking rate has decreased 36% Plus life expectancy is at an all-time high787 years “But although we’re living longer we’re also living sicker with preventable illness at an alarming level” says Reed Tuckson MD external senior medical advisor to United Health Foundation The number-one reason: Obesity “Since 1990 the obesity rate went from 116% to 294% a 153% increase” Dr Tuckson says In the last year alone it rose 7% Physical inactivity is also at a new high: 235% of Americans do not exercise at all Read on for the states that are doing it rightand the 10 that have a lot more work to do to improve their health The 10 Most Healthy States 10 Nebraska 2013 Rank: 11 Change: +1 Nebraska is among the healthiest states in America in 2014 coming in at number 10 (a slight increase over last year) Nebraska has a low rate of drug deaths high rate of high school graduation and high immunization coverage among children Challenges: High prevalence of binge drinking High incidence of Salmonella Large disparity in health status by education level HEALTHCOM: 12 Vaccines Your Child Needs 9 North Dakota 2013 Rank: 9 Change: None North Dakota is the ninth most-healthy state in the US this year thanks to its low rate of drug deaths high immunization coverage among teens and low prevalence of low birth weight North Dakota also came in ninth in 2013 Challenges: High prevalence of binge drinking High prevalence of obesity High occupational fatalities rate 8 Colorado 2013 Rank: 8 Change: None Colorado is known for its outdoor activitieshiking skiing bikingso it should come as no surprise that the state has the lowest rates for obesity and diabetes in the United States It ranks eighth for the second year in a row Challenges: High prevalence of binge drinking High prevalence of low birth weight Large disparity in health status by education level 7 New Hampshire 2013 Rank: 5 Change: -2 New Hampshire comes in at number seven and is just one of several New England states to rank in the top 10 for 2014 New Hampshire residents are more active than most Americans enjoy a low rate of infectious disease and have a low infant mortality rate There is also high immunization coverage among teens Challenges: High prevalence of binge drinking High rate of drug deaths Low per capita public health funding 6 Minnesota 2013 Rank: 3 Change: -3 Minnesota is known for its bitterly cold winters but that doesn’t stop residents of this snowy state from keeping active which also helps the state have one of the lowest obesity and diabetes rates in the nation Minnesota also has a low rate of drug deaths Challenges: High prevalence of binge drinking High incidence of pertussis Low per capita health funding HEALTHCOM: 14 Fad Diets You Shouldn’t Try 5 Utah 2013 Rank: 6 Change: +1 Fewer people smoke in Utah than in any other state Utah also has the second-lowest diabetes rate the fourth-lowest obesity rate a low percentage of children in poverty and a low rate of preventable hospitalizations Challenges: High rate of drug deaths Low immunization coverage among teens Limited availability of primary care physicians 4 Connecticut 2013 Rank: 7 Change: +3 Connecticut the 4th-healthiest state in the US this year has a low prevalence of smoking high immunization coverage among children and a low occupational fatalities rate Challenges: High prevalence of binge drinking High rate of preventable hospitalizations Large disparity in health status by education level HEALTHCOM: 15 Ways Smoking Ruins Your Looks 3 Massachusetts 2013 Rank: 4 Change: +1 Massachusetts is the third-healthiest state in the nation in 2014 In the past two years drug deaths have decreased by 9% and the rate of physical inactivity has decreased 11% Massachusetts also has more residents with health insurance than any other state Challenges: High prevalence of binge drinking High rate of preventable hospitalizations Large disparity in health status by education level 2 Vermont 2013 Rank: 2 Change: None The runner-upand the healthiest state in the continental USis Vermont Vermont has the highest high school graduation rate in the country a low percentage of children in poverty and a low violent crime rate In the last year binge drinking has decreased 11% (though it’s still a challenge) and in the last two years smoking has declined by 13% Challenges: High prevalence of binge drinking Low immunization coverage among children Large disparity in health status by education level 1 Hawaii 2013 Rank: 1 Change: None For the second year in a row Hawaii earns the honor of healthiest state in America Relatively few people in the Aloha State are obese the cancer rate is low and the state has the lowest rate of preventable hospitalizations in the country Smoking has decreased by 21% in the last two years and binge drinking has declined by 15% Challenges: High prevalence of binge drinking High incidence of infectious disease Low immunization coverage among children HEALTHCOM: 27 Mistakes Healthy People Make The 10 Least Healthy States 41 Indiana 2013 Rank: 41 Change: None With 318% of adults obese 283% of adults never exercising and a huge air pollution problem Indiana comes in at number 41 Strengths: Low incidence of infectious disease Low percentage of children in poverty High immunization coverage among teens 42 South Carolina 2013 Rank: 43 Change: +1 Coming in at 42 South Carolina is struggling to keep its children healthy: it has a low rate of high school graduation high prevalence of low birth weight and ranks in the bottom half of the states for the immunization of children It also has high rates of obesity diabetes and physical inactivity Strengths: Low prevalence of binge drinking Low incidence of pertussis Low rate of preventable hospitalizations HEALTHCOM: Could You Have Type 2 10 Diabetes Symptoms The 10 Least Healthy States 43 Alabama 2013 Rank: 47 Change: +4 Ranking 43rd overall Alabama has the highest diabetes rate in the nation at 138% of adultsa 17% increase over the last two years The state also has a high prevalence of low birth weight and a limited availability of dentists Strengths: Low prevalence of binge drinking High immunization coverage among children Small disparity in health status by education level 44 West Virginia 2013 Rank: 46 Change: +2 With 273% of the adult population lighting up West Virginia has the highest prevalence of smoking in America It also has more drug deaths than any other state as well as the second-highest obesity rate Strengths: Low prevalence of binge drinking Low incidence of infectious disease High per capita health funding 45 Tennessee 2013 Rank: 42 Change: -3 Tennessee ranks 50th for violent crime 49th for physical inactivity 47th for obesity and 45th overall Strengths: Low prevalence of binge drinking Low incidence of pertussis Ready availability of primary care physicians 46 Oklahoma 2013 Rank: 44 Change: -2 Ranking 46th the Sooner State has a high prevalence of physical inactivity low immunization coverage among children and a limited availability of primary care physicians Since 1990 violent crime has increased 12% while the nationwide rate dropped 37% during the same time period Strengths: Low prevalence of binge drinking Low incidence of pertussis Low prevalence of low birth weight 47 Kentucky 2013 Rank: 45 Change: -2 While lots of people in Kentucky smoke very few of them exercise a combination that lands the Bluegrass State at number 47 Kentucky also suffers from a high percentage of children in poverty and a high rate of preventable hospitalizations Strengths: Low prevalence of binge drinking Low violent crime rate High immunization coverage among children HEALTHCOM: 20 Filling Foods That Help You Lose Weight 48 Louisiana 2013 Rank: 48 Change: None Louisiana ranks 48th in 2014 thanks to its high incidence of infectious disease high prevalence of low birth weight and high rate of preventable hospitalizations Strengths: Low incidence of pertussis High immunization coverage among teens Small disparity in health status by education level 49 Arkansas 2013 Rank: 49 Change: None Coming in second to lastsame as in 2013Arkansas has a high incidence of infectious disease a limited availability of dentists and low immunization coverage among children Additionally obesity has increased 12% over the last two years Strengths: Low prevalence of binge drinking High per capita public health funding Small disparity in health status by education level 50 Mississippi 2013 Rank: 50 Change: None For the third year in a row the least-healthy state in the US is Mississippi Mississippi ranks last on six measures: physical inactivity rate of infectious disease low birthweight infant mortality cardiovascular deaths and premature deaths Strengths: Low prevalence of binge drinking High immunization coverage among children Small disparity in health status by education level This article originally appeared on Healthcom Contact us at editors@timecom "I think what Google and what others are doing Korea head coach Sarah Murray talks to the joint Korean ice hockey team during their match against Switzerland on 10 February banking20 against the US dollar in early trade today on month-end dollar demand from importers and banks which details government requests for user data where the company is legally able to do so [Google: Official Blog] Contact us at editors@time 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the WAP sea surface freezes over, "(Yanez was) stopping a motorist driving his family home from shopping . (Castile was) cooperative He hands over his insurance card He’s calm"Everything was going fine Noble testified until Castile "politely" told Yanez he had a firearm on him That’s when Noble said things quickly escalatedThe former California police officer and frequent consultant on police use-of-force cases offered his opinion on behalf of prosecutors in Ramsey County District Court The defense questioned his credentials at length and forcefully challenged his assessment of the caseRegardless of whether Yanez subjectively felt his life was in danger at that moment Noble told the jury a reasonable officer under the same circumstances would have reached a different conclusion"Simply (seeing someone) reaching down to his side without seeing a gun is no basis (to shoot somebody)" Noble testifiedYanez’s attorneys say the officer saw Castile reaching for his gun despite being ordered not to when Yanez in fear for his life opened fire into Castile’s car fatally wounding himThe incident took place shortly after 9 pm in Falcon Heights last summer After spotting Castile’s Oldsmobile pass his squad car Yanez communicated via radio to his police partner that he’d just spotted a driver who looked like a suspect in a recent armed robbery in the area He added that Castile had a broken taillight giving Yanez legal reason to make the stop and probe furtherAfter approaching the driver’s side window Yanez asked Castile for his license and proof of insurance Castile handed over his insurance card and proceeded to tell the officer that he had a firearm on him Castile had a permit to carry it but he hadn’t communicated that to Yanez before he was shot The state maintains Castile was reaching for his wallet which contained his licence when Yanez recklessly shot him Noble was hired by the Ramsey County attorney’s office at $295 an hour to review the roughly 1000 pages of police reports and other investigative materials generated on the shooting before ultimately offering his analysisThe county attorney’s office relied on his findings in explaining its decision to charge Yanez with second-degree manslaughter and two counts of dangerous discharge of a firearm for his conduct for endangering the lives of two other passengers in the car Castile’s girlfriend and her 4-year-old daughterYanez has pleaded not guilty to the chargesOf the roughly 130 cases Noble has consulted on nationwide since his retirement from the Irvine Police Department in 2012 Noble told prosecuting attorney Jeffrey Paulsen he tends to find officers’ use of force justified about 50 percent of the time Only a handful of the cases he’s consulted on have been criminal; the rest have been civilNoble told the jury that he bases his analysis on police use-of-force incidents on factors outlined in the US Supreme Court case Graham v Connor Those include the severity of the crime involved whether the suspect in the case poses an imminent threat and whether the suspect is attempting to flee or evade arrestIn his judgement Noble said Yanez had no reason to believe Castile was a suspect in the recent armed robbery That perspective was supported by statements Yanez made indicating the only physical characteristics he was aware of at the time of the traffic stop that tied Castile to the robbery were Castile’s race and "wide-set nose" Noble saidAuthorities later determined Castile had not been involved in the robberyNoble further said Castile was buckled into his seat belt at the time of the traffic stop and made no attempt to resist or flee during his interactions with YanezHe went on to say that if Yanez had felt threatened by Castile’s hand movements after the 32-year-old black man disclosed he had a firearm Yanez who is Latino should have followed proper police protocolIn those instances Noble said officers are trained to tell armed motorists to keep their hands in clear sight"You would say ‘Stop’ ‘Freeze’ ‘Put your hands on the steering wheel The gun is not going to go off by itself (That’s why) you want to see the hands" Noble saidBy contrast Noble described Yanez’s commands of "Don’t reach for it" and "Don’t pull it out" which he was heard saying on squad car dashboard-camera video of the shooting as ambiguousHe added that Yanez also could have opted to step to his right which would require an armed seat-belt restrained driver to shift around in his seat if he wanted to fire at the officerLast Noble testified that in instances when officers see a gun they typically alert other police He noted that Yanez never told his police partner at the traffic stop Joseph Kauser about a gun or mentioned its whereabouts to officers who responded to the scene after the shooting"I’d really expect him to tell the officers if there is a gun present" Noble said "Their safety is at risk"Kauser testified earlier that he didn’t think Yanez had time to tell him during the rapidly evolving situationDefense attorney Thomas Kelly cross-examined Noble at length on Wednesday afternoon He pointed out that Noble had only served as an expert on three other criminal cases and that he is most often called upon to assess whether a victim’s civil rights have been violated He added that such consulting work is not a science and that Noble only reviewed paperwork in this shooting and never actually talked to involved officersKelly got Noble to admit on the stand that while he may be familiar with police training in general he didn’t know what Yanez’s specific training on use of force had entailed"I am not familiar with his training no" Noble saidKelly also highlighted that Noble based his opinion that the shooting had been unreasonable on the assumption that Yanez never saw Castile reach for his gun when Yanez maintains that he didNoble countered that Yanez used "qualifiers" to talk about what he saw Castile reach for that night such as "a dark object" or something that required Castile to form a "wide grip"He also said Yanez’s initial statement at the scene was "I don’t know where the gun was""If you saw the gun you’d know where it’s at" Noble said prompting more back-and-forth with Kelly"If (the gun) was produced and you didn’t know where the gun came from you might use that expression ‘I don’t know where the gun was’" Kelly said in explanation of Yanez’s initial statementKelly added that Yanez had clearly expressed in multiple statements that he saw Castile reaching for a gun when the officer decided to shoot"I disagree with you" Noble saidNoble also told Kelly during cross-examination that he didn’t think Castile had been negligent during the stop despite evidence of marijuana use later found in his system Castile never displayed any indication of being "impaired" while driving or during his interactions with Yanez Noble saidThe defense maintains that Castile was high at the time of the incident and was therefore culpable in his deathIn addition to THC found in his system a crime lab supervisor with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension testified Wednesday that she found 6 grams of marijuana in a bag in a mason jar inside Castile’s car The jar’s lid was offCastile’s girlfriend Diamond Reynolds previously testified that she and Castile regularly smoked marijuanaA clinical toxicologist also paid to testify for the state said Wednesday that it’s not possible to use THC levels from a post-mortem blood sample to ascertain when someone last used marijuana because of how the chemical disperses throughout the body after deathShe did indicate under cross-examination that the levels found were "high"Kelly’s last question for Noble ended testimony for the day Wednesday"So is it your claim that Officer Yanez shot Philando Castile for no reason" Kelly asked him"It’s my opinion (that) his decision to shoot was objectively unreasonable" Noble repliedThe state may rest its case Thursday morning turning the trial’s proceedings over to the defenseYanez’s attorneys indicated in the past that they could call several witnesses to testify on Yanez’s behalf including local police officers and other experts on police use of force and toxicology They also told jurors that Yanez is likely to take the standFormer presidential spokesman Reuben Abatin has called for the relocation of Akure airport Abati stated this in reaction to cows invasion of Akure airport runway on Saturday hindering flight operations The former spokesman blamed those that built the airport for herdsmen and their cattle calling for relocation According to him relocation of the airport would show a sense of accommodation of Fulani herdsmen On his Twitter page he wrote “The State of the nation: Whoever built that airport should have avoided the cattle route “Relocate the airport to show we are accommodating” Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose had earlier applauded Air peace pilot for saving lives of passengers following the incident Paul that the officer’s use of deadly force on July 6 was "unreasonable" and "excessive “Collusion” Zuckerberg wrote God has been able to use him to bring peace to the Ababene and Iyamitet communities" she said "When Aretha first told us what R-S-P-E-C-T meant to her" Obama said as the audience roared with laughter He paused briefly before continuing "She had no idea it would become a rallying cry for African Americans and women and anyone else who felt marginalized because of what they looked like who they loved They wanted some respect" The 71-year-old singer later performed twice CBS reports singing "I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You)” and "Amazing Grace" The tribute and performances were a part of a star-studded White House Women of Soul concert honoring an array of singers during Women’s History Month The event featured performances by Janelle Monae Patti LaBelle Ariana Grande and Melissa Etheridge The full concert will air on PBS on April 7 [CBS News] Write to Maya Rhodan at mayarhodan@timecomIDEAS Sarah Begley is a staff writer for TIME Throughout history college has served not only as preparation for professional life but also as a period of intense personal growth It’s often the first time away from home and family and into a wider swath of society There is exploration self-doubt triumph drama friendship and romance What could serve as better fodder for a novelist These 18 novels imagine different stories about the college experience from F Scott Fitzgerald’s Princeton in the 1910s to Rainbow Rowell’s University of NebraskaLincoln in the 2010s Comic or tragic heavy on satire or social commentary each of these books offers plenty to reflect on for students preparing to matriculate Penguin Press The Idiot Elif Batuman (2017) As a freshman at Harvard in 1995 Selin falls in love with an older classmate and with the art of email-writing Like many college students she learns that her fascination with someone else says as much about herself as it does about the object of her desire Rupa Publishers Five Point Someone Chetan Bhagat (2004) A bestseller in India this novel captures the stresses of life at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Delhi where three friends get off to a rocky academic start and struggle to boost their social standing in a setting where GPAs are everything Riverhead The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao Junot Díaz (2007) Though the plot of this Pulitzer Prize-winner ranges blending Dominican history with elements of sci-fi and fantasy some of the most affecting scenes take place while its protagonist Oscar de León and narrator Yunior de Las Casas are students and roommates at Rutgers University Vintage The Rules of Attraction Bret Easton Ellis (1987) Before he wrote American Psycho Bret Easton Ellis applied his dark sense of humor to a story about love triangles at an elite northeastern institution the fictional Camden College (a stand-in for Bennington where Ellis went to school) The students here concern themselves less with academics and more with who to take home after Thirsty Thursday Happy Hour or The Dressed To Get Screwed Party Penguin Classics Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me Richard Fariña (1966) This psychedelic bildungsroman centers on Gnossus Pappadopoulis through his partying and political activity at Mentor University (a stand-in for Cornell) After a trip to a Cuba in revolt Gnossos brings the spirit of rebellion back to campus Penguin Classics This Side of Paradise F Scott Fitzgerald (1920) Amory Blaine experiences life at Princeton pre-World War I just as Fitzgerald did himself Though he starts out as a “Romantic Egotist” Amory’s experiences leave him far less confident in romance and in himself than he was when he left his Midwestern hometown Mariner Books The Gate of Angels Penelope Fitzgerald (1990) Set at a fictional Cambridge college in 1912 this Man Booker Prize finalist centers on a student Fred and a nurse Daisy who fall in love after a bicycle accident As it becomes increasingly apparent that they move in different milieus Fred faces difficult decisions about the relationship Little Brown and Co The Art of Fielding Chad Harbach (2011) Shortstop Henry Skrimshander is the star of the fictional Westish College’s Division III baseball team but his dreams of playing for the Major League collapse Just as he loses his mojo his web of connections at the college are thrown into various states of drama William Morrow Welcome to Braggsville T Geronimo Johnson (2015) In this social satire four Berkeley students ditch the campus to visit one kid’s hometown in Georgia where citizens annually reenact the Civil War Equipped with their collegiate political learnings they decide to stage a protest but it goes horribly wrong WW Norton & Co The Collective Don Lee (2012) After his friend Joshua Yoon commits suicide Eric Cho reflects on their experiences at Macalester College in the late ’80s where they and another friend faced racism on the Saint Paul campus The three eventually go on to form an Asian American Artists Collective that leads to more racially-charged controversy HarperCollins Ill Take You There Joyce Carol Oates (2002) A young woman leaves behind her bleak childhood for 1960s Syracuse But the narrator of Oates’s novel remains a cypher throughout her personality a blank alongside the women in her sorority house and eventually her first boyfriend Harper Perennial Blue Angel Francine Prose (2000) Set at the fictional Euston College in Vermont this novel tackles the controversial subject of student-professor relationships Prose examines what happens when a has-been novelist falls for his promising young student satirizing bad writers bad teachers and changing campus mores along the way St Martin’s Griffin Fangirl Rainbow Rowell (2013) Freshman year at the University of NebraskaLincoln brings many challenges for Cath: her twin sister Wren won’t live with her she struggles to make new friends on an intimidating campus and her writing professor is against fan fiction her favorite activity Anchor Moo Jane Smiley (1995) A Midwestern agricultural college informally known as Moo U is home to countless schemes suspicions and scandals with a department chair plotting murder the student body facing off with a bombastic governor and a student harboring an enormous hog underneath a school building Penguin Books On Beauty Zadie Smith (2005) A family with ties to the Harvard-esque Wellington College feels itself torn apart by personal and academic disagreements Disgusted by his father’s infidelity one son decamps for England and the warm welcome of his dad’s scholarly nemesis Knopf The Secret History Donna Tartt (1992) At the fictional Vermont Hampden College (another stand-in for Bennington Tartt’s alma mater where she was friends with Ellis) six classics students form a tight-knit group whose exclusivity and bizarre dynamic grow more mysterious By graduation day one of them has been murdered Little Brown and Company Brideshead Revisited Evelyn Waugh (1945) Charles Ryder an undergraduate at Oxford in the 1920s befriends another student named Lord Sebastian Flyte and immediately becomes enchanted by the aristocratic Catholic strata Sebastian and his family inhabit one quite different from his own Picador I Am Charlotte Simmons Tom Wolfe (2004) When she enrolls at the fictional Dupont University fresh-faced and prepared for academic success Charlotte is surprised to see how much her classmates value their social lives over their school work She finds herself joining in and losing touch with the girl she was when she arrived Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors Indeed and not in the way that is typically thought Here’s a rundown of everything we know about the Super NES Classic so far99 leading C-SPAN to broadcast a continuous feed of the comings and goings He has headed Rockefeller since 2003 acting chairman 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