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Iowa Egg Farmers Slowly Recovering From Bird Flu

Iowa egg farms are bouncing back from last year's bird flu outbreak but rebuilding flocks with millions of new egg layers is taking time as the industry predicted. »

U.S. Stocks Post First Positive Week of the Year

U.S. stocks closed higher Friday, marking the first positive week in 2016, thanks to a recovery in oil prices, CNBC reported. The Standard & Poor’s 500 closed higher, with gains from energy leading all sectors... »

Amazon to Offer Full Refund on Hoverboards: Gov't

After telling consumers in the U.K. to dispose of their hoverboards and expect a full refund, Amazon has expanded its reimbursement program to the U.S. The announcement, made by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety »

When Will DRPA CEO Get $40K Raise?

Delaware River Port Authority commissioners have postponed a nearly $40,000 pay raise for the agency's CEO. »

Nutter Joins Homeland Security Advisory Council

Former Mayor Michael Nutter is continuing his career in public service with a new national role. »

Stockton's Island Campus to Cost $100M More Than Original Plan

Stockton University was forced to shift plans for its satellite Atlantic City campus, and the new project – slated for construction on the southern end of town – is going to cost $100 million more than... »

CDC Issues Recall of Deadly Listeria Outbreak From Dole Plant

A Michigan resident has died due to a multistate outbreak of listeria linked to packaged salads produced at a Dole processing facility in Springfield, Ohio, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention... »

Britax Recalls Strollers Over Choking Hazard

Britax is recalling about 49,000 Britax B-Ready strollers and replacement top seats due to a choking hazard posted by the foam padding on the stroller’s arm bar. The foam padding can come off in fragments... »

U.S. Stocks Turn Lower After Premarket Spike

U.S. stocks traded mostly higher Thursday, trying to extend Wednesday's late-session recovery, after the European Central Bank suggested it was willing to offer more stimulus at its next meeting in March... »

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Twitter Locks Down 125,000 Accounts

Twitter Locks Down 125,000 Accounts

Twitter announced Friday it will shut down more than 125,000 accounts as part of an effort to crack down on extremist content. In a news release, the company said it was committed to weeding out content...

Apple Accepting Banged-Up iPhones As Trade-Ins

Apple Accepting Banged-Up iPhones As Trade-Ins

Apple for the first time is accepting banged up iPhones as a trade-in from those wanting to upgrade. Until now, Apple offered credit to iPhone owners only if the device had an intact screen and working buttons....

Drone Hits Empire State Building: NYPD

Drone Hits Empire State Building: NYPD

A small drone crashed into the 40th floor of the Empire State Building Thursday night and then fell to a 35th floor landing, authorities said. Police said a New Jersey man was flying the drone in an attempt to...

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