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Will Shrimp Security Questions Pose Jumbo Dilemma For Trade Deal?

Meals safety authorities fear secret components of a hotly contested Pacific trade deal will further hamper U.S. government efforts to turn back negative seafood at the border, even as shrimp imported from Southeast Asian farms continue to turn up substantial numbers of optimistic tests for banned antibiotics and harmful bacteria. ...

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Virginia Teen Ali Shukri Amin Allegedly Admits Radicalizing Others to Join ISIS

A Virginia teenager, Ali Shukri Amin, admitted these days that he made use of Twitter to radicalize other folks to join ISIS in Syria, which includes a fellow Virginian who left for Syria only months ago, according to a plea agreement. Amin, 17, a former honor student at Osbourn Park ...

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Democrats: GOP Trying to ‘Move the Goalposts’ on Benghazi

The Republican chairman of a Home panel investigating the deadly attacks in Benghazi, Libya, complained Tuesday about delays in getting emails involving Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton and a longtime confidant. But committee Democrats countered that delay was understandable right after the committee expanded its scope from a probe ...

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FBI Investigating St. Louis Cardinals for Allegedly Hacking Houston Astros

The FBI is investigating the St. Louis Cardinals for allegedly hacking a database belonging to the Houston Astros, a federal law enforcement official stated. Key League Baseball mentioned in a statement the league “has been aware of and has totally cooperated with the federal investigation into the illegal breach of ...

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‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Star Ernie Reyes Jr. Requires Kidney Transplant

Actor Ernie Reyes Jr. desires a kidney transplant, and his sister Destiny Reyes took to GoFundMe to raise $75,000 for the procedure. According to the web page, which has raised practically $39,000 already, Reyes “was not too long ago in the ICU (Intensive Care Unit) fighting for his life suffering ...

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