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Outbreak associated with Romaine Lettuce grown in California Grow region typically produces summer romaine Tainted lettuce likely harvested at end of summer Romaine lettuce will return to market and be labeled with where it was harvested The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, along with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state authorities,
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More than 1 million copyright-infringing website domain names selling counterfeit automotive parts, electrical components, personal care items and other fake goods were criminally and civilly seized in the past year through the combined efforts of law-enforcement agencies across the world, high-profile industry representatives and anti-counterfeiting associations. The ongoing intellectual property enforcement initiative targeting fake
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  by Michael Bastasch Hurricanes aren’t hitting the U.S. more often, nor are they causing more normalized damages, a new study found. The study presents inconvenient data to those looking to sound the alarm on global warming. The newest National Climate Assessment was heavily criticized for omitting such inconvenient hurricane data. There’s been “no trend”
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  by Molly Prince Liberals are preparing for Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris’s possible expulsion from the Senate Judiciary Committee by highlighting she is a black woman. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) In the event that Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith wins the Mississippi runoff election on Nov. 27, the makeup of the Senate Judiciary Committee will shift
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  by Molly Prince Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham defended President Donald Trump on Sunday for sounding the alarm on the ongoing migrant caravan issue and accused dissenters of being at odds because they dislike the president. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) “You have to really hate President [Donald Trump] to not understand the
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  by Tim Pearce California’s deadliest fire in state history has killed at least 87 people and destroyed nearly 14,000 homes, The Sacramento Bee reports. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) The Camp Fire has covered around 153,000 acres, or 239 square miles, since igniting Nov. 8. Firefighters have nearly contained the blaze and believe the fire will be under
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Residences leveled by the Camp Fire – a cul-de-sac in Paradise, Calif.,  Nov. 15, 2018. (AP Photo/Noah Berger) The total economic loss to the state of California due to the historic and damaging wildfires, once everything is tabulated, will be $400 billion in 2018, making it the most expensive natural disaster in the history of the United States, according
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  by Evie Fordham 2ndVote is an organization that ranks retailers based on their politics, with conservative companies receiving higher scores. Patriot Mobile, Bass Pro Shops and Ace Hardware are among the top most conservative companies included on 2ndVote’s list of top Black Friday deals. Some of the most liberal companies by 2ndVote’s ranking
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White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said that a federal district judge’s ruling against the administration’s border policy will allow illegal aliens to pour into the country at the expense of taxpaying Americans and they have no intention of letting that stand. “At this very moment, massive numbers of aliens are arriving at our
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  by Michael Bastasch California wildfires have little to do with man-made global warming, says climate scientist Cliff Mass. Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown said the wildfires are being made worse by rising temperatures, but Mass disagrees. “[I]t has little impact the Camp Fire and many of the coastal California fires of the past few years,”
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SAN DIEGO  — U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials temporarily suspended some operations at the San Ysidro port of entry early Monday morning. At about 3:15 a.m., CBP officials temporarily suspended processing for all northbound vehicle traffic at the border crossing, as well as northbound pedestrian processing at the Pedestrian East facility.  The Pedestrian West
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  by Chuck Ross Republicans for months have pressed the Justice Department to turn over classified emails that show that the FBI “withheld evidence” from the federal court that authorized surveillance warrants against former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said Sunday. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) California Rep.
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  by Neetu Chandak A substitute teacher claimed he was not allowed back into a Missouri school after thanking students for saying the Pledge of Allegiance. Parkway School District said the teacher’s comments led to students who did not recite the pledge to feel humiliated and were later teased. The district added the decision to
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  by Molly Prince Former Republican Rep. Ron DeSantis defeated Democratic Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum on Saturday after an incredibly heated Florida gubernatorial race that remained contested for longer than a week after polls closed. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) Gillum ended the race via a message on Facebook, congratulating DeSantis for winning the governorship
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  by Will Racke Tijuana Mayor Juan Manuel Gastelum said Thursday that caravan migrants arriving by the hundreds are no longer welcome, an increasingly common sentiment among residents of the Mexican border city. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) Gastelum described the caravan of Central American migrants as a “horde” that has been infiltrated by criminals
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  by Jason Hopkins The Arizona Republican Party will conduct an independent audit of the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office after three statewide Republican candidates who initially led on election night saw their races swing the other way as outstanding ballots were counted. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) Despite leading on election night and for some
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