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Unlikely alliance conflict in Texas Hill Country

FREDERICKSBURG, Texas (AP) – One of the longest proposed new natural gas pipelines in the United States is set to move through Heath Frantzen's Texas Hill Country property, where more than 600 white star and trophy axes graze on a Janttranch owned by his family for three generations. In fear of economic ruin and conservation risks, Frantzen and dozens of …

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Johnson & Johnson recall baby powder due to asbestos problems

Please enable Javascript to watch this video Johnson & Johnson announced on Friday that it initiated a voluntary recall in the United States of its popular Johnson's baby powder due to low levels of asbestos contaminants. The recall, which is limited to a mass of baby powder bottles produced and delivered in the United States last year, comes in response …

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Kellogg links with GLAAD for an extremely inclusive grain

Kellogg has partnered with GLAAD to create breakfast chemistry with a new "All Together" flavor cereal, formulated to support anti-bullying and LGBTQ advocacy work. Combining Raisin Bran, Corn Flakes, Rice Krispies, Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops and Frosted Mini-Wheats in the same bowl can look like a child's cereal-based Frankenstein. However, according to Kellog, the different, new flavor is "a symbol …

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Membership reviewing GM-UAW tentative deal

The national strike against General Motors Co. by the United Auto Workers continued Saturday, the 34th day of the strike, as 48,000 union members begin to learn what's in the union's tentative agreement with the automaker. Members could start voting on the contract as early as Saturday since the UAW wants ballot totals from local unions at 4 p.m. Oct. …

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Tesla Fire In Raleigh asks questions about something else

Cars Published on October 19, 2019 | by Johnna Crider October 19, 2019 by Johnna Crider A Tesla fire in Raleigh raises no questions – not about Tesla or its safety but about the fire itself, and the accuracy of the media coverage. One question that some in the Tesla Motors Club (TMC) forum and on Reddit ask is whether …

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95 percent of baby foods tested contain toxic metals that can damage brain development, the study notes

Sleep deprivation, changing diapers and feeding late at night are some of the many common challenges that parents face with a new child at home. To facilitate the transition, parents often rely on the convenience of baby food in the store brand to provide the nutrients their children need to develop into healthy toddlers, young adults, teens and eventually adults. …

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Huawei reportedly states to license its 5G network technology to US carriers

Earlier this month, we told you that the Trump administration had painted itself into a corner by banning Huawei, the world's largest network equipment company, from providing utensils to American carriers. The problem is that US technology companies do not offer the necessary technology to help US wireless operators expand their 5G networks. And Huawei competitors, like Nokia and Ericsson, …

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Violent protests this weekend are breaking out around the world – Axios

In Lebanon protesters – including children and the elderly – marched to the presidential palace on Friday demanding a revolution per Times. Lebanese currency stumbles, the younger generation has had to flee the country to find work, and the government announced a tax this week on WhatsApp calls. Lebanon's security forces say at least 112 officers have been harmed by …

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Cruise ship prohibits woman climbing on balcony railing for Selfie

A photograph taken this week on a Caribbean cruise ship quickly received a lot of attention, but it was not a pink sandy beach, a zip-lining adventure or an on-board parachute simulator. It was of a woman standing on a balcony railing of her room on one of the world's largest cruise ships – posing for a selfie. Another passenger …

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