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Jerky Recall: Utah Company Products Contain Unspecified Allergen

Well, it appears that 2014 is starting off pretty rough for beef. Just when this meat recall epidemic could not get any worst, another company has asked distributors to take their products off of store shelves. This time, however, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is targeting misbranded beef jerky snack products. Utah’s Prime …

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China Earthquake: A 6.9-Magnitude Shakes the Hotan Province

On Wednesday, a 6.9-magnitude earthquake struck one of China’s most abundant northwestern regions of natural resources. The Xinjiang region endured several tremors within a two-hour timespan. Twenty of them were recorded as a series of aftershocks. The earthquake mainly occurred in southeast Hotan, a county-level city known for its terrestrial mountains. A report by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) shows …

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Waterboarding Trial: Former Pediatrician Faces Cross-Examination

A waterboarding trial involving a former Delaware Pediatrician resumed Tuesday with a cross-examination of the defendant. Melvin Morse, 60, is accused of intentionally tormenting his stepdaughter by holding her head underneath a sink faucet. According to the girl’s younger sister and mother, Pauline, Morse would use hair washing as a form of punishment. During the cross-examination, Morse refuted their accusations. He testified …

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Robin Wright Admits to Botox and Devastating Divorce Experience

“House of Cards” star Robin Wright recently shared how devastating her divorce was with ex-husband Sean Penn. In a very transparent interview with The Telegraph, the 47-year-old actress expressed why it was so hard for her to move on from the marriage, one reason being her children. “One of the reasons why we got back together and broke up so …

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Amber Bellows: Newlywed BASE Jumper Dies in Parachute Accident

A Utah woman fell to her death Saturday while BASE jumping with her newlywed husband at Zion National Park. Amber Marie Bellows, 28, and 29-year-old Clayton Butler decided to take a leap off of a region located on Mount Kinesava, which dropped nearly 2,000 feet. The plateau itself is roughly 3,000 feet high surrounded by cliffs. Butler says that they …

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Copenhagen Zoo Euthanizes Healthy Giraffe to Regulate Breed Population

The Copenhagen Zoo in Denmark executed a 2-year-old giraffe Sunday in an effort to control inbreeding within the zoo. Marius, a male giraffe, was reportedly shot in the head and then fed to the lions. The Danish zoo released an official Q&A statement on their website Sunday, one that explains their decision behind the animal’s euthanasia: “If an animal’s genes are well represented in a population …

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Meat Recall: Improper Inspections Lead to Contaminated Beef Products

Pounds of beef products from Rancho Feeding Corporation in Petaluma, Calif.,  have gone on recall due to improperly inspected animals. Approximately 8.7 million products were said to be unfit for human consumption. The recall was first announced January 13 when thousands of beef packages processed by the Northern California food company were said to come from unhealthy animals that didn’t go through …

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Savannah Fire: Black Smoke Invades the City Sky

A stream of smoke has caused a possible health hazard for Savannah, GA residents living near a warehouse that caught on fire over the weekend. Savannah firefighters, the Air National Guard, and the Coast Guard have been working hard to put out a blaze that started at Ocean Terminal’s warehouse No. 3 on Saturday. Around 11 a.m., a warehouse filled with tire and rubber went up …

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Lauren Conrad’s Engagement Pics and Sweet Surprises to Fiancé

It appears that Valentine’s Day will be very special this year for newly engaged television star Lauren Conrad and her hubby-to-be, William Tell. On Monday Feb. 3, Conrad shared photos on her web site via a blog post titled “Letter from Lauren: Fall In Love February.” “There’s something romantic about the month of February. The weather is cozy, the year still feels new, and …

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Ted Agu: University of California Football Athlete Collapses and Dies at 21

A Cal football player passed away Friday after collapsing during a training drill with his teammates. Ted Agu, 21, of the University of California Golden Bears, was reportedly having trouble completing the usual morning workout routine at Memorial Stadium. Medical staff transported him on a cart to the Simpson Center’s medical facility where he then collapsed and was given emergency …

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Infant Found Alive in a Tote Bag 250 Miles Away From Home

An Iowa police chief found a 6-day-old baby boy Friday who was abducted Thursday morning from his cradle in a Wisconsin home. Kayden Powell was found 250 miles away from home outside a gas station in West Branch, Iowa. Forty police officers were dispatched to a 911 call in search of the infant. FBI agent G.B. Jones reported that the baby’s cries …

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Missy Elliott Comes Out About Nine-Year Career Hiatus

“I don’t just throw out microwave records,” said 42-year-old female rapper Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott in a recent interview. As one of the leading ladies of Hip Hop during the late 90s to the early 2000s, Elliott has won five Grammy awards and sold over 30 million records in the United States. She has also co-produced with good friend and producer Timbaland …

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