FDA: ‘Love’ is not a real ingredient in bakery’s granola

FDA: ‘Love’ is not a real ingredient in bakery’s granola

CONCORD, Mass. — A Massachusetts bakery’s granola may be made with love, but federal officials say it shouldn’t be listed as an ingredient on the package. Nashoba Brook Bakery, in Concord, was taken to task by the U.S. Food and...
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Alberta couple claims $60M lotto jackpot in province’s biggest win

Alberta couple claims $60M lotto jackpot in province’s biggest win

Jackie Dunham, CTVNews.caPublished Wednesday, October 4, 2017 2:18PM EDTLast Updated Wednesday, October 4, 2017 3:16PM EDT An Alberta couple who just claimed the biggest lottery jackpot in the province’s history say they’re going to let the win sink in a.....
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A New Zealand Lawmaker’s Spy-Linked Past Raises Alarms on China’s Reach

A New Zealand Lawmaker’s Spy-Linked Past Raises Alarms on China’s Reach

He said he had not named the Chinese military institutions on his application for New Zealand citizenship, and had instead listed “partner institutions” as his employers, because that was what the Chinese “system” had told him to do. Mr. Yang...
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DNA testing firms are cashing in our genes. Should we get a cut?

DNA testing firms are cashing in our genes. Should we get a cut?

What’s your contribution worth? Lauren Fleishman/The New York Times/ Redux / eyevine YOUR DNA determines many aspects of who you are, and an increasing number of companies are claiming they can decode it for you. But they may be getting...
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A brief tour of Google’s Pixel 2 XL

A brief tour of Google’s Pixel 2 XL

Google’s second-generation Pixel handsets come with a few new tricks. They include an easier way to summon Android’s smart assistant and a camera that can take “portrait mode” photos without needing two lenses. The BBC’s technolog...
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PM Modi promises steps to reverse GDP slowdown, lashes out at critics

PM Modi promises steps to reverse GDP slowdown, lashes out at critics

NEW DELHI: Lashing out at critics of his economic policies, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said the Indian economy was on firm footing and that he will never jeopardise the country’s future for immediate gains. In an over hour...
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King Krule, a Cult Singer in the Making, Is Setting the Terms Himself

King Krule, a Cult Singer in the Making, Is Setting the Terms Himself

Archy Marshall, the enigmatic South London singer best known as King Krule, is a creature of the night. Known since the age of 15 as a preternaturally wise and unpredictable songwriter, Mr. Marshall, now 23, has assumed the mantle of...
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Theresa May revives plan to cap energy prices

Theresa May revives plan to cap energy prices

Image copyright Getty Images Theresa May has promised to revive a plan to cap energy prices for an extra 12 million consumers, saving them an average of £100 a year. The idea was promised in the Conservative’s election manifesto, but...
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Monarch collapse: Unions take action over job losses

Monarch collapse: Unions take action over job losses

Image copyright AFP The two main trade unions representing staff at collapsed airline Monarch are preparing legal action over the handling of nearly 1,900 job losses. Unite, which represents cabin crew and engineers, said it was launching a claim over...
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Our braininess may have evolved thanks to less sticky neurons

Our braininess may have evolved thanks to less sticky neurons

Non-stick brain Zephyr/Science Photo Library By Clare Wilson OUR braininess may have evolved thanks to gene changes that made our brain cells less sticky. The cortex is the thin, highly folded outer layer of our brains and it is home...
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The Legacy of Sputnik, the first satellite

The Legacy of Sputnik, the first satellite

See how many active satellites orbit the Earth, and to whom they belong.
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