Almost 70,000 pounds of Tyson chicken strips recalled

Tyson Foods is recalling chicken strips that may contain metal, federal food safety officials said Thursday. …read more Source:: CNN News

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Can a festival make the Kennedy Center a destination for political art?

By Anne Midgette In its second year, the Direct Current festival spotlights refugees, nuclear disasters and contemporary Americana. …read more Source:: Washington Post

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Strengthen Your Retirement Security in 7 Steps

Retirement security is the ability to live a comfortable retirement without the burden of financial stress. Early planning is the best way to ensure a financially secure retirement, but...

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Déjà vu as Virginia trails No. 16 seed and more live NCAA tournament first-round coverage

By USA TODAY The ball is tipped on the first Friday of the NCAA tournament and March Madness is in full swing. Follow along with live updates from the...

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High fly: Francona takes Indians crew skydiving

Cleveland manager Terry Francona took his first plunge from 2 miles up last week, and liked it so much he took an Indians crew with him for another skydive...

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Michael Tilson Thomas on life, the San Francisco Symphony and Beethoven

By Anne Midgette The conductor once known for bringing the Grateful Dead to the orchestra stage comes to D.C. for the final time. …read more Source:: Washington Post

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Jimmy Carter is now the oldest living former president

Jimmy Carter was the first US president to be born in a hospital. Today, he marks a new milestone as the oldest living former president. …read more Source:: CNN...

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Juan Guaido's chief of staff snatched from his home at 2am

The United States has threatened Venezuela with severe consequences unless President Nicolas Maduro immediately release a senior aide to Juan Guaido, who was snatched from his home by masked...

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Auburn survives New Mexico State and more NCAA tournament action in March Madness Day 1

By USA TODAY The ball is tipped on the first Thursday of the NCAA tournament and March Madness truly begins. Follow along with live updates from the day. …read...

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Source: Colts agree with ex-Chiefs LB Houston

The Colts have reached agreement on a deal with former Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston. …read more Source:: Sports

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