Jensen Tuna recalled individually packaged one-pound bags of frozen, raw ground tuna that were sold in 20-pound boxes under lot numbers z266, z271 and z272 to distributors in Connecticut, Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota and Washington.
The FDA said it's unlikely the recalled tuna was sold directly to consumers in grocery stores but was likely used in food dishes sold by restaurants or retailers... "Consumers who order sushi made with raw tuna, including 'spicy tuna,' from a restaurant or grocery store should ask if the tuna is supplied by Jensen Tuna," the CDC said.
Deutsche Bank was embroiled in a vast money-laundering operation, dubbed the Global Laundromat. Russian criminals with links to the Kremlin, the old KGB and its main successor, the FSB, used the scheme between 2010 and 2014 to move money into the western financial system. The cash involved could total $80bn, detectives believe.
That move drew a swift rebuke from lawyers for the women and Kraft, who filed emergency motions to oppose the release of the footage. A conference call on the matter among the parties and a judge was scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg’s office said in court papers it is obligated under Florida law to provide the video to the public and the media now and cannot wait for a judge to decide whether it should be kept under seal while Lei Wang is prosecuted as the alleged manager of the Orchids of Asia Spa in Jupiter, Fla.
Mr García was accused of taking bribes from Brazilian construction company Odebrecht - claims he denied.
Officers had been sent to arrest him in connection with the allegations. Interior Minister Carlos Morán told reporters that when police arrived, Mr García asked to make a phone call and went into a room and closed the door. Minutes later, a shot rang out, Mr Morán said. Police forced the door open and found Mr García sitting on a chair with a bullet wound to his head.
Companies are racing to develop real chicken, fish, and beef that don’t require killing animals... This meat was what most of the world calls “lab grown,” but what Just, the company that makes the nugget, and other Silicon Valley start-ups want me to call “cultured meat” or “cell-based” meat, or better yet, “clean meat”...
The scheme, which is designed to stop people under 18 from accessing pornographic material online, has been repeatedly delayed. The government previously said it would roll out the block sometime in April, but it has now pushed that date back to July 15th, BBC News reports.
The law will force commercial porn sites to check the age of visitors from the UK. Sites that fail to comply could be blocked by Internet Service Providers (ISPs). Visitors to sites will be able to verify their age using documents like passports, driver’s licenses, or credit cards. Porn passes will also be sold in shops for £4.99 ($6.50).
We searched Amazon for 14 different technology products, including cameras, wearables, headphones and smartwatches, and found that some appear to be far more heavily targeted by potentially fake reviews and ‘unknown’ brands – companies our tech experts had never heard of.
Headphones were by far the worst offender. We analysed the first page of Amazon results in a search for ‘headphones’, sorted by average customer review to find the highest rated products, and discovered...
... Brenda Acuna-Aguero, picked him up from a Home Depot. He claimed that she took him to her home and offered to pay him to help her husband move some things. Once inside, she allegedly began discussing a fantasy of having sex with a laborer... He declined the invitation, but apparently it wasn’t a mere invite.
The alleged victim complied as the husband took pictures and recorded the encounter, cops said. After that, the couple engaged in an extortion effort... They stole his Mexican visa and driver’s license, forced him to show his phone contacts, and made him confirm his wife’s identity... ordered the man to return the next day and said they’d have Viagra ready for him. He didn’t follow orders and contacted police...
James Murdoch is set to invest about $1bn from the proceeds of the sale of his stake in 21st Century Fox to assemble a new portfolio of media companies that could include a liberal-leaning news outlet, according to people close to the billionaire investor.
His options range from a liberal news website to a digital magazine focused on culture, society and lifestyle, they said, adding that no final decision had been taken as the new venture was at an early stage.
One of the gems of information contained in Document 414 , that notable filing by prosecution, wherein they ask the judge to rule on admissibility of a raft of crimes and misdemeanors that that racketeering enterprise known as Nxivm allegedly engaged in, but were not charged for... It alleges an illegal scheme to support a certain candidate for president of the USA. While the prosecution does not name the candidate Nxivm allegedly illegally supported, Frank Report will identify her: She is Hillary Rodham Clinton.
About $60,000 was donated to Hillary Clinton by Nxivm members who were reimbursed by Bronfman [not Salzman]. The reimbursement was illegal. Bronfman made the reimbursements in cash. Nancy participated in the recruiting and managing the donations [by check] and reimbursing the more than one dozen members who wrote checks to Clinton. Again, there is no evidence that Hillary was aware of the illegal nature of the contributions.
Let's not forget that Hillary Clinton spoke at Edgar Bronfmans memorial where she revealed they had been long time friends and that Edgar had a pretty good channel to the White House.
Officials at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) are evaluating how to best address the growing issue of homeless people taking shelter in the air hub, the latest challenge stemming from the northern California city’s homelessness crisis.
[...] "We might make SamTrans tokens available to them. We might, if they're eligible, transport them to a nearby homeless shelter, if BART is still running we can give them a token to a BART train,” Yagel said of possible, immediate resolutions.
Scientists have restored cellular function in 32 pig brains that had been dead for hours, opening up a new avenue in treating brain disease—and shaking our definition of brain death to its core. Announced on Wednesday in the journal Nature, researchers at the Yale University School of Medicine devised a system roughly analogous to a dialysis machine, called BrainEx, that restores circulation and oxygen flow to a dead brain.
"A service from Microsoft used to allow web page owners to deliver news on Windows Tiles as so-called Windows Live Tiles. After the service has been disabled, we were able to take over the corresponding subdomain and display our own Tile contents."
"The Tiles service Microsoft introduced with Windows 8 has never been particularly successful. Microsoft has disabled a web service for the system but forgot to delete nameserver entries. This made the host vulnerable for a subdomain takeover attack - allowing us to control the contents. By doing so we were able to show arbitrary pictures and text within the tiles of other web pages."
A total of 20 or 30 armed officers including a SWAT team and a Clear Creek County snowcat were near the Echo Lake Campground in the Arapaho National Forest and in the midst of an extensive search operation Wednesday morning. The search was centered at the base of Mount Evans. Late Wednesday morning authorities said Pais is dead. It’s not clear how she died.
A woman who was hiking in the area in the morning told CBS4 she was told to leave the area because “a naked woman matching the description with a gun was spotted in the area running through the woods.”
Some of the doctors are accused of trading sex for drugs, conducting "exams" via Facebook and unnecessarily pulling teeth to justify writing a pain pill prescription. A special strike force from the U.S. Department of Justice, which led the investigation, began making arrests in five states early Wednesday...
Most of the defendants face charges of unlawful distribution of controlled substances involving prescription opioids. Authorities say they gave out about 350,000 prescriptions, totaling more than 32 million pills, in Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia and Alabama. Prosecutors said more than 28,000 patients were affected by the arrests and described the doctors involved as drug dealers, rather than medical professionals.
The fast-food chain is planning a test run for a CBD-infused burger exclusively at its store in Denver, Colorado on 4/20. Dubbed the “Rocky Mountain High: CheeseBurger Delight,” the sandwich will feature two beef patties, Sante Fe sauce infused with hemp-based CBD oil, picked jalapenos, pepper jack cheese and “Crisscut” fries, according to a press release...