Virginia gov signs ban on people under 21 buying tobaccoVirginia's governor signs legislation banning people under 21 from buying tobacco and nicotine products, a measure enacted in a state known historically for its tobacco production
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Woman Falls Ill, Dies After Eating at Michelin-Starred RestaurantA 46-year-old woman fell ill and died after dining at a Michelin-starred restaurant in Spain, the Guardian reports. Health authorities have confirmed 29 cases of food poisoning in diners who ate at RiFF in Valencia between Feb. 13 and 16; the unnamed woman ate there with her family Saturday evening...
Newser13 hours ago
FILE - In this Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018 file photo, Republican Senate candidate Kevin Cramer, flanked by his wife Chris, right, and other members of his family, talks to supporters at his election night victory rally in Bismarck, N.D. Sen. Kevin Cramer, a North Dakota Republican, claimed this week that members of Congress are opposing President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration because they dislike the president. Cramer is wrong. More than 1,000 people had died in the U.S. from the flu strain known as H1N1, commonly called the swine flu, by the time Obama declared a national emergency over the outbreak Oct. 23, 2009, according to reporting by The Associated Press.(AP Photo/Bruce Crummy, File)
AP FACT CHECK: Senator makes false national emergency claimAP FACT CHECK: North Dakota Sen. Kevin Cramer makes false claim about national emergency declared by President Barack Obama during flu pandemic
The Associated Press14 hours ago
UN says North Korea has asked for help on food shortagesThe United Nations says North Korea's government has asked for help from international humanitarian groups to combat food shortages
The Associated Press15 hours ago
4-year-old fatally impaled by glass from shattered frameAuthorities and family members say a 4-year-old boy was struck with shards of glass and died after a framed picture fell in his Philadelphia home
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North Dakota's 1st medical marijuana dispensary set to openNorth Dakota's first medical marijuana dispensary is scheduled to open next week in Fargo
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Ailing Woman Was Barred From Her Own Medical RecordsCaitlin Secrist could have died thanks to an inability to access her own medical records, but Arizona's governor and a judge intervened in the case Wednesday. Secrist, 21, was diagnosed with acute pancreatitis in 2017. The condition could kill her, and nothing her doctors have tried—including multiple surgeries—has...
Newser18 hours ago
FILE - This Nov. 13, 2018 file photo shows various fruit and vegetables at Imperfect Produce in Severn, Md. The company delivers produce that have been rejected by grocery stores for not fitting cosmetic standards. (Joshua McKerrow/The Baltimore Sun via AP)
'Ugly produce' trend may have limits, as grocers end tests'Ugly produce' trend may have limits, as some grocers end tests aimed at reducing food waste
The Associated Press18 hours ago
This Jan 24, 2019 booking photo released by Johnson County Sheriff's Office shows Raymond McManness. Court records say the suburban Kansas City man told investigators he didn't seek medical care for his ailing mother before she died weighing just 58 pounds and suffering from open bed sores. The Kansas City Star reports that the records were released Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019, in the case against 51-year-old McManness, of Olathe, Kan. (Johnson County Sheriff's Office via AP)
Kansas man charged in death of mother who weighed 58 lbsCourt records say a suburban Kansas City man who is charged with first-degree murder told investigators he didn't seek medical care for his ailing mother before she died weighing just 58 pounds and suffering from open bed sores
The Associated Press19 hours ago
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