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CVS Pharmacy to pay New Jersey more than $500K to settle claims over high store temperatures
2015-01-29 Economy

CVS Pharmacy will pay New Jersey more than $500,000 as part of a settlement to protect consumers from buying medications and other items exposed to elevated temperatures for prolonged periods of time. Acting state Attorney General John Hoffman announced the agreement Wednesday. It follows two separate 2012 incidents in which CVS pharmacies in Scotch Plains and Clark experienced air ...

The most important thing to look for in Amazon’s earnings
2015-01-29 Economy

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Microsoft's Cortana picks the Patriots to win the Super Bowl
2015-01-29 Economy

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Entertainment

Three skilled actors take the challenge of going solo
2015-01-29 Entertainment

Among the many and varied challenges in an actor's life, doing a solo show - holding the stage alone for the entire duration - has to be one of the most fearsome.I mean, just memorizing all that material would boggle the average mind.Three hardy souls are braving that challenge in current productions: Brooke Wilson, in Theatre Under The ...

Concert Technologies to open office in Martinsburg
2015-01-29 Entertainment

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (AP) -- Concert Technologies is opening an office in downtown Martinsburg that will employ 48 workers. The company says the new office will support its technology rollout operations. Based in Dulles, Virginia, Concert Technologies delivers technology rollouts for the federal government and commercial and international organizations. The Journal (http://bit.ly/1CLX1PP ) reports that Concert Technologies announced the expansion ...

India through a lens: the nation embraces photography as art
2015-01-29 Entertainment

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Health

Govt. hospitals do their best to treat swine flu cases
2015-01-29 Health

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Anaesthetists call for cough medicine restrictions
2015-01-29 Health

Australia Anaesthetists are calling for more than 50 over-the-counter cough medicines to be restricted because of fears a commonly used cough-suppressant is causing a severe allergic reaction in a small number of people during surgery.During the past three years in Australia, six people have died after having a severe allergic reaction to muscle relaxants routinely used in general anaesthetics.Many ...

Company will craft you a unique baby name ... for $32K | Fox News
2015-01-28 Health

What's in a name? About $32,000 apparently, if you want one that's unique. A new Swiss company called Erfolgswelle offers to create a list of globally unique baby names and pare them down with clients until they pick one, the San Francisco Chronicle reports."We follow a creation process that takes around 100 hours," company CEO Marc Hauser tells BuzzFeed. ...

Politics

Sketch: Ed Miliband apes Churchill in his new imitation game
2015-01-29 Politics

Admittedly, the word itself seems to belong rather more in a Harry Potter film than an Ian Fleming novel: “Be afraid, Mr Bond, I am going to weaponise!”But it was a wonder Mr Cameron could contain his quaking. For the election campaign is by now well underway, and Mr Miliband is determined to make the health service his battleground. ...

SNP announces indefinite fracking ban in Scotland
2015-01-29 Politics

Mr Ewing’s announcement came only days after Jim Murphy, the Scottish Labour leader, said he would use new powers coming to Holyrood to ban fracking. Labour also forced the Government to agree 12 new restrictions in a Commons vote earlier this week but, unlike the SNP, a majority of its MPs refused to back proposals for a UK-wide moratorium. ...

Figures reveal surveillance use
2015-01-28 Politics

28 January 2015 Last updated at 00:37 Share this page Delicious Digg Facebook reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Email Print Figures reveal covert surveillance use in Scotland By Marc EllisonData journalist, BBC Scotland Local authorities authorised 501 clandestine investigations between 2012 and 2014 Continue reading the main storyRelated Stories Councils using covert surveillance Watch Council to stop use of 'spy ...

SciTech

Game theory explains social interactions of cancer cells | EurekAlert! Science News
2015-01-29 SciTech

This news release is available in German. A tumor consists of a heterogeneous population of individual cells that compete for space and nutrients against each other. However, cancer cells also cooperate in their struggle for survival by sharing molecules, such as growth factors. Cells that do not produce growth factors themselves have a proliferation advantage because they can ...

Anthropology: Ancient skull from Galilee cave offers clues to the first modern Europeans | EurekAlert! Science News
2015-01-29 SciTech

The discovery of a 55,000-year-old partial skull in Northern Israel provides new insights into the migration of modern humans out of Africa. The rare find is reported in the journal Nature this week by an international team of Israeli, North American and European researchers. A key event in human evolution was the expansion of modern humans of African origin ...

Project Isizwe donates iPads
2015-01-28 SciTech

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Sport

Free-falling Nets become Hawks 17th straight victim
2015-01-29 Sport

ATLANTA -- The Nets went into Wednesday's game against the Hawks having lost 10 of their previous 12 games, while the home team had won 16 straight. So, it came as little surprise the reeling visitors became Atlanta's latest victim, falling 113-102 at Philips Arena Wednesday night, dropping Brooklyn to 18-27 on the season. It was the Nets' 11th ...

Andersen earns 3rd career shutout, Ducks blank Canucks 4-0
2015-01-29 Sport

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Meet Madison Keys, America’s would-be teenage tennis savior
2015-01-29 Sport

With American teenager Madison Keys having reached her first ever Grand Slam semifinal - her coming-out party was Wednesday’s Australian Open quarterfinal win over idol Venus Williams - the question is: Exactly who is Madison Keys? She's an unseeded 19-year-old from Boca Raton, Fla., by way of Rock Island, Ill., who just beat Williams 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 to set ...

Travel

The Non-Surfer's Guide to Mexican Surf Mecca Puerto Escondido|Fathom
2015-01-28 Travel

You don't have to surf to get into the laid-back lifestyle, the sunshine, the lack of tourists, and the affordable cost of living in this Mexican beachy heaven. All photos by Natasha Hecher.By Natasha Hecher for Fathom | I am not a surfer, but every year I spend a month here before or after working the ski season ...

Long Weekend in Woodstock, Vermont|Fodor's
2015-01-28 Travel

Beat the winter blues with some time out of town--and outside--in the quaint Vermont village of Woodstock. With outdoor adventures, notable local cuisine, and unique shops, it's easy to see why Woodstock is consistently considered one of the top towns in the Green Mountain State. Here's how you should spend a snowy winter wekeend in this charming small-town ...

5 Steps to Planning a Women's Ski Vacation|Liftopia
2015-01-28 Travel

Girl time refreshes my soul. With ski season in full swing and International Women's Ski Day in the books, now is the time to plan a ski/riding vacation. Don't get me wrong, my guy is sweet and romantic, but there's something about hanging with girlfriends that can't be replaced. We especially like a good adventure.PHOTO: Forest History Society, ...

World

VIDEO: Castro: 'Time to by-pass the embargo'
2015-01-29 World

The Cuban President, Raul Castro, has urged President Obama to use his executive powers to bypass the US economic embargo on Cuba. Castro has suggested that the process of normalising diplomatic ties "wouldn't make any sense" unless the embargo is lifted. Since January 2015, the US has eased some trade restrictions on Cuba, including lifting a ban on ...

Greece insists it can longer tolerate 'choking austerity'
2015-01-29 World

He said the burden of paying off the loans was "crushing and unobtainable". His newly-appointed, British-educated finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, who will spearhead the negotiations with international lenders, said the bail-out given to Greece had been a "toxic mistake". "Today we are turning the page on that mistake that cost human lives, that were lost or undermined," said Mr ...

Italian police arrest 160 alleged mafia members
2015-01-29 World

“This investigation of unprecedented importance,” said Italy’s top mafia prosecutor Franco Roberti said at a press conference in Bologna. "Nothing will ever be the same."Mr Roberti said ‘Ndrangheta spent decades infiltrating public institutions. “These criminal associations not only aspired to material wealth, but worked very hard to develop a close relationship with the very fabric of society, which is ...

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