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  • AP sources: US to ban Americans from traveling to NKorea

    AP sources: US to ban Americans from traveling to NKorea

    Friday, July 21 2017 8:40 AM EDT2017-07-21 12:40:51 GMT

    U.S. officials say the Trump administration will ban American citizens from traveling to North Korea following the death of university student Otto Warmbier who passed away after falling into a coma into a North Korean prison.

    U.S. officials say the Trump administration will ban American citizens from traveling to North Korea following the death of university student Otto Warmbier who passed away after falling into a coma into a North Korean prison.

  • Pfizer, Merck, Corning Inc. team up on pharmaceutical glass

    Pfizer, Merck, Corning Inc. team up on pharmaceutical glass

    Thursday, July 20 2017 6:58 PM EDT2017-07-20 22:58:23 GMT
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    (CNN Money) -- President Trump touted a big deal during the White House's "Made in America Week." On Thursday, he unveiled an agreement between pharmaceutical giants Pfizer and Merck and New York-based manufacturer Corning to produce a new type of glass for storing and delivering injectable drugs. Corning will initially invest $500 million in the project, a move that will create 1,000 new U.S. jobs. The project is expected to grow to a $4 billion investment that will crea...
    (CNN Money) -- President Trump touted a big deal during the White House's "Made in America Week." On Thursday, he unveiled an agreement between pharmaceutical giants Pfizer and Merck and New York-based manufacturer Corning to produce a new type of glass for storing and delivering injectable drugs. Corning will initially invest $500 million in the project, a move that will create 1,000 new U.S. jobs. The project is expected to grow to a $4 billion investment that will crea...
  • Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington dies in LA at 41

    Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington dies in LA at 41

    Thursday, July 20 2017 2:59 PM EDT2017-07-20 18:59:50 GMT

    The Los Angeles County coroner says Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington, who sold millions of albums with a unique mix of hard rock, hip-hop and rap, was found dead in his home near Los Angeles on Thursday. He was 41.

    The Los Angeles County coroner says Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington, who sold millions of albums with a unique mix of hard rock, hip-hop and rap, was found dead in his home near Los Angeles on Thursday. He was 41.

  • BREAKING: OJ SIMPSON GRANTED PAROLE

    BREAKING: OJ SIMPSON GRANTED PAROLE

    Thursday, July 20 2017 2:59 PM EDT2017-07-20 18:59:26 GMT

     O.J. Simpson will be paroled after serving nine years in prison for a botched bid to retrieve sports memorabilia in Las Vegas.  

     O.J. Simpson will be paroled after serving nine years in prison for a botched bid to retrieve sports memorabilia in Las Vegas.  

  • OJ Simpson to make case for his freedom on live TV

    OJ Simpson to make case for his freedom on live TV

    Thursday, July 20 2017 7:30 AM EDT2017-07-20 11:30:21 GMT

    Former football star and convicted felon O.J. Simpson will command the world’s attention once again Thursday when he pleads for his freedom on live TV. 

    Former football star and convicted felon O.J. Simpson will command the world’s attention once again Thursday when he pleads for his freedom on live TV. 

  • Sen. McCain diagnosed with brain tumor after clot removed

    Sen. McCain diagnosed with brain tumor after clot removed

    Thursday, July 20 2017 7:20 AM EDT2017-07-20 11:20:02 GMT

    Sen. John McCain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee, Vietnam prisoner of war and political maverick in Congress for more than three decades, has been diagnosed with an aggressive type of brain tumor. 

    Sen. John McCain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee, Vietnam prisoner of war and political maverick in Congress for more than three decades, has been diagnosed with an aggressive type of brain tumor. 

  • Annals: Drinking more coffee leads to a longer life

    Annals: Drinking more coffee leads to a longer life

    Wednesday, July 19 2017 6:39 PM EDT2017-07-19 22:39:18 GMT

    Greater consumption of coffee could lead to a longer life, according to two new studies. 

    Greater consumption of coffee could lead to a longer life, according to two new studies. 

  • US Congress takes step toward giving Charlie Gard residency

    US Congress takes step toward giving Charlie Gard residency

    Wednesday, July 19 2017 10:04 AM EDT2017-07-19 14:04:53 GMT

    A US Congressional committee has voted in favor of giving the terminally ill British baby Charlie Gard and his parents permanent residency so the child can undergo an experimental treatment in the country. 

    A US Congressional committee has voted in favor of giving the terminally ill British baby Charlie Gard and his parents permanent residency so the child can undergo an experimental treatment in the country. 

  • Missing Swiss couple found frozen in Alps after 75 years

    Missing Swiss couple found frozen in Alps after 75 years

    Wednesday, July 19 2017 9:19 AM EDT2017-07-19 13:19:50 GMT

    A Swiss couple who disappeared from their farm in the Alps during World War II have finally been found, 75 years later, mummified in a glacier. 

    A Swiss couple who disappeared from their farm in the Alps during World War II have finally been found, 75 years later, mummified in a glacier. 

  • Apple Patents Discreet 911 Calling Feature

    Apple Patents Discreet 911 Calling Feature

    Wednesday, July 19 2017 8:55 AM EDT2017-07-19 12:55:53 GMT

    Apple has patented a process that would allow you to discreetly dial 911 using only your fingerprint.

    Apple has patented a process that would allow you to discreetly dial 911 using only your fingerprint.

  • Questions remain surrounding fatal Minnesota police shooting

    Questions remain surrounding fatal Minnesota police shooting

    Tuesday, July 18 2017 8:46 AM EDT2017-07-18 12:46:09 GMT

    An Australian woman who called 911 to report what she believed to be an active sexual assault was shot and killed by a Minneapolis police officer in a case that has left many relatives and neighbors searching for answers.

    An Australian woman who called 911 to report what she believed to be an active sexual assault was shot and killed by a Minneapolis police officer in a case that has left many relatives and neighbors searching for answers.

  • ‘It’s raining needles’: Drug crisis creates pollution threat

    ‘It’s raining needles’: Drug crisis creates pollution threat

    Monday, July 17 2017 1:12 PM EDT2017-07-17 17:12:42 GMT
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    LOWELL, Mass. (AP) — They hide in weeds along hiking trails and in playground grass. They wash into rivers and float downstream to land on beaches. They pepper baseball dugouts, sidewalks and streets. Syringes left by drug users amid the heroin crisis are turning up everywhere. In Portland, Maine, officials have collected more than 700 needles so far this year, putting them on track to handily exceed the nearly 900 gathered in all of 2016. In March alone, San Francisco collecte...
    LOWELL, Mass. (AP) — They hide in weeds along hiking trails and in playground grass. They wash into rivers and float downstream to land on beaches. They pepper baseball dugouts, sidewalks and streets. Syringes left by drug users amid the heroin crisis are turning up everywhere. In Portland, Maine, officials have collected more than 700 needles so far this year, putting them on track to handily exceed the nearly 900 gathered in all of 2016. In March alone, San Francisco collecte...
  • No Trump slump in tourism but there could be a Trump bump

    No Trump slump in tourism but there could be a Trump bump

    Monday, July 17 2017 10:23 AM EDT2017-07-17 14:23:02 GMT
    NEW YORK (AP) - Last winter, the U.S. tourism industry fretted that Trump administration policies might lead to a "Trump slump" in travel.      But some now say those fears were premature. International arrivals and travel-related spending are up in 2017 compared with the same period in 2016.      There might even be a "Trump bump," according to Roger Dow, CEO of the U.S. Travel Association, a nonprofit representing the travel industry...
    NEW YORK (AP) - Last winter, the U.S. tourism industry fretted that Trump administration policies might lead to a "Trump slump" in travel.      But some now say those fears were premature. International arrivals and travel-related spending are up in 2017 compared with the same period in 2016.      There might even be a "Trump bump," according to Roger Dow, CEO of the U.S. Travel Association, a nonprofit representing the travel industry...
  • Schumer asking Amtrak to not to reduce seating space

    Schumer asking Amtrak to not to reduce seating space

    Monday, July 17 2017 9:10 AM EDT2017-07-17 13:10:16 GMT

    U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is asking Amtrak to discard the idea of creating new economy seating with reduced legroom aboard its trains.

    U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is asking Amtrak to discard the idea of creating new economy seating with reduced legroom aboard its trains.

  • British baby Charlie Gard to be evaluated by US doctor

    British baby Charlie Gard to be evaluated by US doctor

    Friday, July 14 2017 10:55 AM EDT2017-07-14 14:55:49 GMT
    A British judge said Friday that Charlie Gard, the 11-month-old baby with a rare, terminal medical condition who has been the center of an ongoing legal battle, can be evaluated by a doctor from the United States.
    A British judge said Friday that Charlie Gard, the 11-month-old baby with a rare, terminal medical condition who has been the center of an ongoing legal battle, can be evaluated by a doctor from the United States.
  • Honolulu fire: Victim remembered as talented and caring

    Honolulu fire: Victim remembered as talented and caring

    Sunday, July 16 2017 8:57 AM EDT2017-07-16 12:57:25 GMT

    As smoke filled his 26th-floor apartment in Honolulu, a Hawaiian Airlines manager made one final telephone call to his brother, the brother says, before both the man and his mother were killed in the blaze. 

    As smoke filled his 26th-floor apartment in Honolulu, a Hawaiian Airlines manager made one final telephone call to his brother, the brother says, before both the man and his mother were killed in the blaze. 

  • McConnell delays vote on health care after McCain surgery

    McConnell delays vote on health care after McCain surgery

    Sunday, July 16 2017 8:34 AM EDT2017-07-16 12:34:42 GMT

    Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Saturday he will delay consideration of health care legislation in the Senate, after Sen. John McCain's announced absence following surgery left Republicans short of votes on their marquee legislation. 

    Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Saturday he will delay consideration of health care legislation in the Senate, after Sen. John McCain's announced absence following surgery left Republicans short of votes on their marquee legislation. 

  • Honolulu high-rise fire that left 3 dead like 'horror movie'

    Honolulu high-rise fire that left 3 dead like 'horror movie'

    Saturday, July 15 2017 8:57 AM EDT2017-07-15 12:57:01 GMT

    Honolulu high-rise fire that left 3 dead like 'horror movie'. 

    Honolulu high-rise fire that left 3 dead like 'horror movie'. 

  • Honda recalls more than a million cars over battery fires

    Honda recalls more than a million cars over battery fires

    Saturday, July 15 2017 8:55 AM EDT2017-07-15 12:55:00 GMT

    Honda is hitting its U.S. customers with yet another recall -- this time over flaming batteries. 

    Honda is hitting its U.S. customers with yet another recall -- this time over flaming batteries. 

  • US retail sales fell in June for 2nd straight month

    US retail sales fell in June for 2nd straight month

    Friday, July 14 2017 10:05 AM EDT2017-07-14 14:05:15 GMT
    WASHINGTON (AP) - Americans curtailed their shopping in June, with less spending at restaurants, department stores and gasoline stations. The spending pullback came despite a healthy job market and suggests that economic growth may remain sluggish.      The Commerce Department says retail sales fell 0.2 percent after declining 0.1 percent in May. Retail spending has risen 2.8 percent over the past 12 months, a relatively modest level of growth given that the sales figur...
    WASHINGTON (AP) - Americans curtailed their shopping in June, with less spending at restaurants, department stores and gasoline stations. The spending pullback came despite a healthy job market and suggests that economic growth may remain sluggish.      The Commerce Department says retail sales fell 0.2 percent after declining 0.1 percent in May. Retail spending has risen 2.8 percent over the past 12 months, a relatively modest level of growth given that the sales figur...
  • Honda recalls 1.2M Accords; battery sensors can catch fire

    Honda recalls 1.2M Accords; battery sensors can catch fire

    Friday, July 14 2017 12:21 AM EDT2017-07-14 04:21:21 GMT

    Honda says it has four reports of engine compartment fires due to the problem but no injuries. All the fires were in states where salt is used to clear roads in the winter.

    Honda says it has four reports of engine compartment fires due to the problem but no injuries. All the fires were in states where salt is used to clear roads in the winter.

  • Security lapse leaks data from millions of Verizon customers

    Security lapse leaks data from millions of Verizon customers

    Thursday, July 13 2017 12:14 AM EDT2017-07-13 04:14:23 GMT

    Verizon Wireless says 6 million customers were affected, but the company says that none of the information made it into the wrong hands.

    Verizon Wireless says 6 million customers were affected, but the company says that none of the information made it into the wrong hands.

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    Gymboree Files for Bankruptcy, Local Stores to Close

    Gymboree Files for Bankruptcy, Local Stores to Close

    Wednesday, July 12 2017 1:18 PM EDT2017-07-12 17:18:57 GMT

    (CNN Money) -- Gymboree filed for bankruptcy protections, making it the latest casualty in a long line of troubled retailers. The children's clothing retailer said it has reached an agreement with its lenders that will allow it to stay in business as it attempts to restructure. The company has nearly 1,300 stores.

    (CNN Money) -- Gymboree filed for bankruptcy protections, making it the latest casualty in a long line of troubled retailers. The children's clothing retailer said it has reached an agreement with its lenders that will allow it to stay in business as it attempts to restructure. The company has nearly 1,300 stores.

  • Trump sued for blocking some of his critics on Twitter

    Trump sued for blocking some of his critics on Twitter

    Tuesday, July 11 2017 4:53 PM EDT2017-07-11 20:53:59 GMT

    First Amendment advocates are suing President Donald Trump, saying some of his critics have been unconstitutionally blocked from following him on Twitter.

    First Amendment advocates are suing President Donald Trump, saying some of his critics have been unconstitutionally blocked from following him on Twitter.

  • Paris and Los Angeles poised to get 2024, 2028 Olympics

    Paris and Los Angeles poised to get 2024, 2028 Olympics

    Tuesday, July 11 2017 10:36 AM EDT2017-07-11 14:36:02 GMT

    Paris and Los Angeles are probably getting the Summer Olympics for 2024 and 2028. It's just not clear which city will host in which year.

    Paris and Los Angeles are probably getting the Summer Olympics for 2024 and 2028. It's just not clear which city will host in which year.

  • Microsoft announces rural broadband initiative

    Microsoft announces rural broadband initiative

    Tuesday, July 11 2017 10:08 AM EDT2017-07-11 14:08:35 GMT

    Microsoft is announcing a project to bring broadband internet access to rural parts of the United States.

    Microsoft is announcing a project to bring broadband internet access to rural parts of the United States.

  • Military plane crashes in Mississippi, 16 dead

    Military plane crashes in Mississippi, 16 dead

    Tuesday, July 11 2017 7:09 AM EDT2017-07-11 11:09:03 GMT

    Sixteen people are dead in the crash of a Marine Corps airplane in Leflore County, Mississippi.

    Sixteen people are dead in the crash of a Marine Corps airplane in Leflore County, Mississippi.

  • Diplomats: US drafts new sanctions resolution against North Korea

    Diplomats: US drafts new sanctions resolution against North Korea

    Tuesday, July 11 2017 12:08 AM EDT2017-07-11 04:08:36 GMT

    The proposed resolution has been circulated to North Korea's closest ally and main trading partner, China, as well as the three other permanent members of the U.N. Security Council - Russia, Britain and France.

    The proposed resolution has been circulated to North Korea's closest ally and main trading partner, China, as well as the three other permanent members of the U.N. Security Council - Russia, Britain and France.

  • Get ready: Amazon Prime Day starts Monday

    Get ready: Amazon Prime Day starts Monday

    Monday, July 10 2017 7:59 AM EDT2017-07-10 11:59:42 GMT

    Amazon's annual day of deals kicks off at 9 p.m. ET on Monday. 

    Amazon's annual day of deals kicks off at 9 p.m. ET on Monday. 

  • California fires spread quickly; blazes tamed in Colorado

    California fires spread quickly; blazes tamed in Colorado

    Sunday, July 9 2017 9:21 AM EDT2017-07-09 13:21:56 GMT
    SANTA MARIA, Calif. (AP) — A pair of California wildfires have quickly spread, threatening hundreds of homes and forcing evacuations at a popular lakeside campground and a summer camp where flames temporarily trapped children and counselors, a fire official said. In other parts of the West, evacuation orders were lifted in Colorado and Montana towns threatened by wildfires, while air and ground crews battled a growing grass fire in northwestern Colorado. The fire tha...
    SANTA MARIA, Calif. (AP) — A pair of California wildfires have quickly spread, threatening hundreds of homes and forcing evacuations at a popular lakeside campground and a summer camp where flames temporarily trapped children and counselors, a fire official said. In other parts of the West, evacuation orders were lifted in Colorado and Montana towns threatened by wildfires, while air and ground crews battled a growing grass fire in northwestern Colorado. The fire tha...
  • Activists riot against G-20 summit for 3rd night in Hamburg

    Activists riot against G-20 summit for 3rd night in Hamburg

    Sunday, July 9 2017 9:17 AM EDT2017-07-09 13:17:32 GMT
    HAMBURG, Germany (AP) — Anti-globalization activists rioted for a third consecutive night in Hamburg early Sunday even after Group of 20 leaders had already left the port city in northern Germany. Police again used water cannon trucks against rioters attacking them with iron rods and pavement stones. They arrested 186 protesters and temporarily detained another 225 people. Officials say 476 officers have been injured in the violence since Thursday. The number of injured protest...
    HAMBURG, Germany (AP) — Anti-globalization activists rioted for a third consecutive night in Hamburg early Sunday even after Group of 20 leaders had already left the port city in northern Germany. Police again used water cannon trucks against rioters attacking them with iron rods and pavement stones. They arrested 186 protesters and temporarily detained another 225 people. Officials say 476 officers have been injured in the violence since Thursday. The number of injured protest...
  • Schumer calls on FDA to regulate 'snortable chocolate'

    Schumer calls on FDA to regulate 'snortable chocolate'

    Sunday, July 9 2017 8:50 AM EDT2017-07-09 12:50:50 GMT

    Sen. Charles Schumer is urging federal regulators to look into a "snortable chocolate" powder that's being sold as a way to get a "euphoric energy" rush.     

    Sen. Charles Schumer is urging federal regulators to look into a "snortable chocolate" powder that's being sold as a way to get a "euphoric energy" rush.     

  • US officials aware of possible hacking at nuclear facilities

    US officials aware of possible hacking at nuclear facilities

    Saturday, July 8 2017 8:59 AM EDT2017-07-08 12:59:37 GMT

    Nuclear and other energy providers have been advised by the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI that hackers may be trying to breach their computer systems. 

    Nuclear and other energy providers have been advised by the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI that hackers may be trying to breach their computer systems. 

  • Trump says he'll visit London this year

    Trump says he'll visit London this year

    Saturday, July 8 2017 8:54 AM EDT2017-07-08 12:54:45 GMT
    HAMBURG, GERMANY (AP) - The Latest on President Donald Trump's second official visit to Europe: 2:30 p.m. (all times local) President Donald Trump has squashed speculation that he won't be visiting London after all this year. Trump met Saturday in Germany with British Prime Minister Theresa May during an international summit in Germany. Asked about the invitation, Trump replied that he will be going to London. He says details remain to be wor...
    HAMBURG, GERMANY (AP) - The Latest on President Donald Trump's second official visit to Europe: 2:30 p.m. (all times local) President Donald Trump has squashed speculation that he won't be visiting London after all this year. Trump met Saturday in Germany with British Prime Minister Theresa May during an international summit in Germany. Asked about the invitation, Trump replied that he will be going to London. He says details remain to be wor...
  • Tough question for hospitals: Who's too risky to release?

    Tough question for hospitals: Who's too risky to release?

    Saturday, July 8 2017 8:39 AM EDT2017-07-08 12:39:34 GMT

    Four days before Alexander Bonds ambushed and killed a New York City police officer, he underwent a psychiatric evaluation at a hospital that released him the same day. 

    Four days before Alexander Bonds ambushed and killed a New York City police officer, he underwent a psychiatric evaluation at a hospital that released him the same day. 

  • Struggling department store chain Sears closing more stores

    Struggling department store chain Sears closing more stores

    Friday, July 7 2017 10:26 PM EDT2017-07-08 02:26:03 GMT

    Struggling department store chain Sears says it's closing even more stores as it tries to turn around its business.

    Struggling department store chain Sears says it's closing even more stores as it tries to turn around its business.

  • Jeff Sessions set to visit Guantanamo Bay prison

    Jeff Sessions set to visit Guantanamo Bay prison

    Friday, July 7 2017 10:34 AM EDT2017-07-07 14:34:58 GMT

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions is visiting the Guantanamo Bay detention facility, which he has called a good place to house new terrorism suspects.

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions is visiting the Guantanamo Bay detention facility, which he has called a good place to house new terrorism suspects.

  • Hamburg: G20 protesters attempt to disrupt summit

    Hamburg: G20 protesters attempt to disrupt summit

    Friday, July 7 2017 9:45 AM EDT2017-07-07 13:45:23 GMT

    German police sought Friday to prevent small groups of mostly anti-capitalist protesters from disrupting the G20 summit in Hamburg, as world leaders including US President Donald Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin meet for talks.

    German police sought Friday to prevent small groups of mostly anti-capitalist protesters from disrupting the G20 summit in Hamburg, as world leaders including US President Donald Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin meet for talks.

  • South Carolina soccer league orders no yelling by parents

    South Carolina soccer league orders no yelling by parents

    Friday, July 7 2017 7:52 AM EDT2017-07-07 11:52:49 GMT

    The South Carolina Youth Soccer Association is implementing rules designed to keep parents and spectators from yelling at players, referees and coaches.

    The South Carolina Youth Soccer Association is implementing rules designed to keep parents and spectators from yelling at players, referees and coaches.

  • Trump and Putin to meet at international summit in Germany

    Trump and Putin to meet at international summit in Germany

    Friday, July 7 2017 7:41 AM EDT2017-07-07 11:41:48 GMT

    After weeks of anticipation, President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin are preparing to meet at an international summit in Germany.

    After weeks of anticipation, President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin are preparing to meet at an international summit in Germany.

  • Painkiller pulled for high risk of abuse, after FDA request

    Painkiller pulled for high risk of abuse, after FDA request

    Friday, July 7 2017 5:27 AM EDT2017-07-07 09:27:06 GMT

    The maker of painkiller Opana ER is pulling the drug off the market at the request of federal regulators because of abuse.

    The maker of painkiller Opana ER is pulling the drug off the market at the request of federal regulators because of abuse.

  • 19 AGs sue DeVos for delaying for-profit college rules

    19 AGs sue DeVos for delaying for-profit college rules

    Thursday, July 6 2017 2:06 PM EDT2017-07-06 18:06:57 GMT

    Democratic attorneys general in 18 states and the District of Columbia are suing Education Secretary Betsy DeVos over her decision to suspend rules meant to protect students from abuses by for-profit colleges. 

    Democratic attorneys general in 18 states and the District of Columbia are suing Education Secretary Betsy DeVos over her decision to suspend rules meant to protect students from abuses by for-profit colleges. 

  • US weekly requests for jobless aid rise to still-low 248,000

    US weekly requests for jobless aid rise to still-low 248,000

    Thursday, July 6 2017 10:08 AM EDT2017-07-06 14:08:07 GMT

    Slightly more Americans applied for jobless aid last week, but the number of people seeking benefits has stayed near historic lows that point to a robust job market. 

    Slightly more Americans applied for jobless aid last week, but the number of people seeking benefits has stayed near historic lows that point to a robust job market. 

  • Hobby Lobby fined $3 million over smuggled Iraqi artifacts

    Hobby Lobby fined $3 million over smuggled Iraqi artifacts

    Thursday, July 6 2017 8:10 AM EDT2017-07-06 12:10:06 GMT

    Federal prosecutors say Hobby Lobby Stores has agreed to pay a $3 million federal fine and forfeit thousands of ancient Iraqi artifacts that the government alleges were intentionally mislabeled. 

    Federal prosecutors say Hobby Lobby Stores has agreed to pay a $3 million federal fine and forfeit thousands of ancient Iraqi artifacts that the government alleges were intentionally mislabeled. 

  • CLIF bars recalled after consumers report allergic reactions

    CLIF bars recalled after consumers report allergic reactions

    Thursday, July 6 2017 7:51 AM EDT2017-07-06 11:51:21 GMT

    Cliff Bar & Co. is recalling three flavors of granola bars. The company says there are undeclared nuts, and some consumers have complained about allergic reactions.

    Cliff Bar & Co. is recalling three flavors of granola bars. The company says there are undeclared nuts, and some consumers have complained about allergic reactions.

  • CLIF bars recalled after consumers report allergic reactions

    CLIF bars recalled after consumers report allergic reactions

    Thursday, July 6 2017 7:42 AM EDT2017-07-06 11:42:06 GMT

    Cliff Bar & Co. is recalling three flavors of granola bars. The company says there are undeclared nuts, and some consumers have complained about allergic reactions.

    Cliff Bar & Co. is recalling three flavors of granola bars. The company says there are undeclared nuts, and some consumers have complained about allergic reactions.

  • Wounded Rep. Scalise readmitted to intensive care

    Wounded Rep. Scalise readmitted to intensive care

    Thursday, July 6 2017 7:18 AM EDT2017-07-06 11:18:18 GMT

    The Washington hospital where House Majority Whip Steve Scalise is recuperating from a gunshot wound says he has been readmitted to the intensive care unit.

    The Washington hospital where House Majority Whip Steve Scalise is recuperating from a gunshot wound says he has been readmitted to the intensive care unit.

  • Judge: Robert Durst's friends must testify at murder hearing

    Judge: Robert Durst's friends must testify at murder hearing

    Wednesday, July 5 2017 4:01 PM EDT2017-07-05 20:01:24 GMT

    A New York judge has ruled that longtime friends of Robert Durst must testify in California at pretrial hearing in the millionaire's murder case. 

    A New York judge has ruled that longtime friends of Robert Durst must testify in California at pretrial hearing in the millionaire's murder case. 

  • North Dakota Clothing Store Bans Children Under Age 7

    North Dakota Clothing Store Bans Children Under Age 7

    Wednesday, July 5 2017 7:33 AM EDT2017-07-05 11:33:54 GMT

    In North Dakota, if your child is under the age of 7, he or she isn't allowed inside a certain second-hand clothing store.

    In North Dakota, if your child is under the age of 7, he or she isn't allowed inside a certain second-hand clothing store.

  • North Korea claims it tested first intercontinental missile

    North Korea claims it tested first intercontinental missile

    Tuesday, July 4 2017 7:18 AM EDT2017-07-04 11:18:17 GMT

    North Korea on Tuesday claimed it successfully test-launched its first intercontinental ballistic missile, a potential game-changing development in what may be the world’s most dangerous nuclear standoff.

    North Korea on Tuesday claimed it successfully test-launched its first intercontinental ballistic missile, a potential game-changing development in what may be the world’s most dangerous nuclear standoff.

  • Trump tweets mock video of him beating CNN, sparks criticism

    Trump tweets mock video of him beating CNN, sparks criticism

    Monday, July 3 2017 7:48 AM EDT2017-07-03 11:48:34 GMT

    President Donald Trump crowned his weekend rage against the news media with a mock video that shows him pummeling a man in a business suit — his face obscured by the CNN logo — outside a wrestling ring.

    President Donald Trump crowned his weekend rage against the news media with a mock video that shows him pummeling a man in a business suit — his face obscured by the CNN logo — outside a wrestling ring.

  • 'Turn yourself in,' authorities plead in road rage killing

    'Turn yourself in,' authorities plead in road rage killing

    Saturday, July 1 2017 9:19 AM EDT2017-07-01 13:19:22 GMT

    Bianca Nikol Roberson had just left a mall where she'd been shopping for new clothes for college.

    Bianca Nikol Roberson had just left a mall where she'd been shopping for new clothes for college.

  • Little Rock club shooting followed violent week

    Little Rock club shooting followed violent week

    Saturday, July 1 2017 9:00 AM EDT2017-07-01 13:00:15 GMT

    Police have cordoned off a block in downtown Little Rock as officers investigate a shooting at a downtown nightclub that left at least 17 people injured. 

    Police have cordoned off a block in downtown Little Rock as officers investigate a shooting at a downtown nightclub that left at least 17 people injured. 

  • DoD delays transgender enlistments by 6 months

    DoD delays transgender enlistments by 6 months

    Saturday, July 1 2017 12:28 AM EDT2017-07-01 04:28:39 GMT

    Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is giving the military chiefs another six months before they begin allowing transgender individuals to enlist in the armed services. 

    Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is giving the military chiefs another six months before they begin allowing transgender individuals to enlist in the armed services. 

  • Bergdahl case: Judge lets rare misbehavior charge proceed

    Bergdahl case: Judge lets rare misbehavior charge proceed

    Friday, June 30 2017 11:59 AM EDT2017-06-30 15:59:19 GMT
    RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - The military judge overseeing Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's case says prosecutors can try the soldier on a rare charge alleging he endangered comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan in 2009.      The judge, Col. Jeffery Nance, rejected a defense motion on Thursday to dismiss the charge of misbehavior before the enemy, which carries up to a life sentence.      Bergdahl also faces a desertion charge, punishable by up to 5 years, at ...
    RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - The military judge overseeing Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's case says prosecutors can try the soldier on a rare charge alleging he endangered comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan in 2009.      The judge, Col. Jeffery Nance, rejected a defense motion on Thursday to dismiss the charge of misbehavior before the enemy, which carries up to a life sentence.      Bergdahl also faces a desertion charge, punishable by up to 5 years, at ...
  • BREAKING US attacks Syrian air base with cruise missiles

    BREAKING US attacks Syrian air base with cruise missiles

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The United States has attacked a Syrian air base with roughly 60 cruise missiles in response to a chemical weapons attack it blames on President Bashar Assad.   U.S. officials say the Tomahawk missiles were fired from two warships in the Mediterranean Sea, targeting a government-controlled air base in Syria.   U.S. officials say Syrian government aircraft killed dozens of civilians by using chlorine mixed with a nerve agent, possibly sarin, earlier this wee...
    WASHINGTON (AP) - The United States has attacked a Syrian air base with roughly 60 cruise missiles in response to a chemical weapons attack it blames on President Bashar Assad.   U.S. officials say the Tomahawk missiles were fired from two warships in the Mediterranean Sea, targeting a government-controlled air base in Syria.   U.S. officials say Syrian government aircraft killed dozens of civilians by using chlorine mixed with a nerve agent, possibly sarin, earlier this wee...
  • GSK Albuterol Inhalers Recall

    GSK Albuterol Inhalers Recall

    (CNN) -- Glaxo-Smith-Kline is voluntarily recalling more than 590,000 albuterol inhalers. When the inhalers are functioning properly, they release a fixed dose of the medication, albuterol, to treat conditions like asthma. The British pharmaceutical company says the recalled devices could potentially deliver incorrect dosages. The voluntary recall is not on the patient-level, but patients are encouraged to seek immediate medical attention if their inhaler is not relieving symp...
    (CNN) -- Glaxo-Smith-Kline is voluntarily recalling more than 590,000 albuterol inhalers. When the inhalers are functioning properly, they release a fixed dose of the medication, albuterol, to treat conditions like asthma. The British pharmaceutical company says the recalled devices could potentially deliver incorrect dosages. The voluntary recall is not on the patient-level, but patients are encouraged to seek immediate medical attention if their inhaler is not relieving symp...
  • Ribbon Cut on the New Seeley Creek Bridge

    Ribbon Cut on the New Seeley Creek Bridge

    JACKSON TWP., PA (WENY) - The first bridge replaced under the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's Rapid Bridge Replacement Project for 2017 was completed Thursday. Officials cut the ribbon on the new Route 549 bridge over Seeley Creek in Jackson Township. The project is part of a statewide initiative replacing nearly 560 bridges throughout the state. Construction started in early February. The construction company also presented a check for $2,074.32 to the Mansfield Univers...
    JACKSON TWP., PA (WENY) - The first bridge replaced under the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's Rapid Bridge Replacement Project for 2017 was completed Thursday. Officials cut the ribbon on the new Route 549 bridge over Seeley Creek in Jackson Township. The project is part of a statewide initiative replacing nearly 560 bridges throughout the state. Construction started in early February. The construction company also presented a check for $2,074.32 to the Mansfield Univers...
  • Frein Hospitalized, Trial Put on Hold

    Frein Hospitalized, Trial Put on Hold

    Friday, April 7 2017 4:18 AM EDT2017-04-07 08:18:28 GMT
    Tuesday, April 18 2017 4:03 AM EDT2017-04-18 08:03:01 GMT

    MILFORD, Pa. (AP) - An anti-government sharpshooter charged with killing a Pennsylvania police trooper and injuring a second in a 2014 ambush at their barracks has been hospitalized and his trial has been delayed. Defense attorney Michael Weinstein tells The Associated Press he was informed that Eric Frein was taken to the hospital around 8 a.m. Thursday. He says he doesn't know the reason. Pike County District Attorney Ray Tonkin told the AP that prosecutors and the defense are...

    MILFORD, Pa. (AP) - An anti-government sharpshooter charged with killing a Pennsylvania police trooper and injuring a second in a 2014 ambush at their barracks has been hospitalized and his trial has been delayed. Defense attorney Michael Weinstein tells The Associated Press he was informed that Eric Frein was taken to the hospital around 8 a.m. Thursday. He says he doesn't know the reason. Pike County District Attorney Ray Tonkin told the AP that prosecutors and the defense are...

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