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Vulto Creamery recalls all lots of several products
Vulto CreameryMarch 7, 2017 ET
Vulto Creamery of Walton, N.Y., is recalling all lots of Ouleout, Miranda, Heinennellie, and Willowemoc soft wash-rind raw milk cheeses.
Madagascar to face life-threatening impacts from tropical cyclone Enawo
Tropical cyclone EnawoMarch 7, 2017 ET
Enawo will remain a dangerous tropical cyclone as it lashes Madagascar, posing a severe risk to lives and property through midweek.
Second day of air traffic controllers strike in France
France airportMarch 7, 2017 ET
The strike by French air traffic controllers entered its second day on Tuesday forcing airlines to cancel hundreds of flights to, from and over France.
Most Americans want special prosecutor to investigate Trump-Russia ties
Trump RussiaMarch 6, 2017 ET
A majority of Americans want an independent special prosecutor to be appointed to investigate contacts between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russia.
Families spend $9,000 more a year to live in city vs. suburbs
SuburbMarch 6, 2017 ET
City living comes with a premium in most major metros, especially for families with kids.
750,000 smart Dutch energy meters give readings up to 600% wrong
Smart energy meterMarch 6, 2017 ET
Some 750,000 smart electricity meters installed in Dutch homes over the past few years may not work properly, according to researchers at Twente University and Amsterdam’s hbo college.
Got high-tech job in U.S.? Forget fast visa
H-1B visaMarch 6, 2017 ET
Foreigners aiming for temporary jobs at high-tech U.S. companies will undergo a longer visa approval process after the Trump administration announced it will temporarily suspend expedited applications for H-1B visas.
Homeland Security: Life in U.S. turns individuals to radicals
Homeland SecurityMarch 4, 2017 ET
A Department of Homeland Security intelligence assessment found that most foreign-born violent extremists do not arrive in the U.S. radicalized.
59% of Americans against massive increase in military spending
America armyMarch 3, 2017 ET
In contrast to President Donald Trump's call for a massive increase in U.S. military spending, most Americans believe the country currently spends either the right amount (28%) or too much (31%) on national defense.
Supercomputer to drive Europe weather forecasts from Italy
Europe weather centerMarch 3, 2017 ET
The next-generation supercomputer that will drive Europe’s medium-range weather forecasts looks set to be housed in Bologna, Italy, from 2020.
Tokyo overtakes Hong Kong to become most expensive business travel location
TokyoMarch 2, 2017 ET
Tokyo becomes the most expensive location in the Asia-Pacific region for business travel in 2016, while Hong Kong has fallen to the second place, a survey from consulting firm ECA International showed.
9 out of 10 Londoners say air pollution is at crisis levels
London pollutionMarch 2, 2017 ET
A new report reveals that every borough in London has recorded illegally high pollution levels.