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They picked out "Alex" together at a Petco store in Carmel Ranch. On June 12, 2013, Aidan Pankey became sick. In his lawsuit against Petco and Barney's Pets - which supplied the rat to Petco - Aidan's father, Andrew Pankey, claimed Petco knew its rats are likely to carry the infectious disease, but buried information about the unsafe bacteria on the back of an animal companion card, CNS-TV reported .
  • Where is pot legal? A look at shifting US marijuana policy

    Where is pot legal? A look at shifting US marijuana policy

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    But there are rules for where you can buy pot and who can smoke it. In 2016, Colorado gained almost $876 million in recreational marijuana sales while it saw an additional $438 million increase in medicinal marijuana sales, totaling almost $1.4 billion in revenue from the sale of marijuana , according to the Colorado Department of Revenue.
  • Frozen nugget meals recalled for salmonella fears

    Frozen nugget meals recalled for salmonella fears

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    The meals were produced by Conagra Brands in Missouri and sold nationwide, according to the release. Products affected by the latest recall of 110,817lb of frozen chicken nugget meals were sent to retail stores across the US. Salmonella is a bacterium that can cause diarrhoea, fever and stomach cramps. Young children, older adults and people who have impaired immune systems are the most at risk.
  • Suspect arrested over bombing of Dortmund's team bus, had financial motive

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    German police arrested a man on Friday who is suspected of planting explosives targeting the bus of soccer team Borussia Dortmund last week, the office of the German federal chief prosecutor said. ARD said that the buyers must "either have been extremely inexperienced or expecting a sharp fall in prices". The profit derived by the shares would have depended on the amount of the share price loss, with the suspect intending that the attack would trigger a massive decline in Borussia ...
  • Starbucks barista goes on spectacularly angry rant about Unicorn Frappuccinos

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    The real surprise comes as the whipped cream and fairy powder melts into the drink. A trip to the Starbucks on Pass Road literally killed my comedic dreams - Coast Starbucks sold out of the drinks in a day. That's the equivalent of roughly seven Krispy Kreme donuts, for reference. We have a certified Cheeto running our country. Is it magic or just chemical trickery concocted by food scientists? But a video that surfaced Wednesday by a visibly flustered Starbucks employee may just settle ...
  • UC Berkeley calls off Ann Coulter talk for security reasons

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    Coulter's planned appearance at the University of California, Berkeley on April 27 has been canceled because of security concerns. Dirks said police have "very specific intelligence regarding threats that could pose a grave danger to the speaker", her audience and protesters and urged Coulter to come speak at the later date instead.
  • Sarin or similar used in Idlib: watchdog

    Sarin or similar used in Idlib: watchdog

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    France's Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said Wednesday that this country would present proof of the Assad regime's culpability in the coming days. USA missile attack on Syrian airbase Targeted attack or accident? On Tuesday morning a residential district in Chan Sheikhun in Idlib province was bombed and poison gas was released .
  • Champs-Elysées in Paris Closed

    Champs-Elysées in Paris Closed

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    One officer was killed and two police officers were seriously wounded when the attacker emerged from a vehicle and used an automatic weapon to shoot at officers outside a Marks & Spencer's department store at the center of the Champs-Elysees, anti-terrorism prosecutor Francois Molins said.
  • Feds look to establish cannabis tracking system in legalized regime

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    A few years later, some victims of the AIDS epidemic ravaging the US began turning to pot to relieve pain, stimulate their appetites and help them sleep. "I recognize that cannabis has some properties that can be very beneficial for some conditions", he said, "and to some degree it is a shame that we have always resisted those medicinal properties and that most cannabis gets used recreationally rather than medicinally".
  • Barack Obama to give 1st speech since leaving office in Chicago

    Barack Obama to give 1st speech since leaving office in Chicago

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    President Obama is keeping his promise to promote engagement and train the next generation of political leaders by holding his first post-presidential event in Chicago on Monday. "During his tenure as president, he had town halls at universities, sit-downs with young people at the White House, and even countries around the world".
  • Future of revamped health care bill remains dubious in House

    Future of revamped health care bill remains dubious in House

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    Yet GOP lawmakers and aides to party leaders, conservatives and moderates alike were skeptical that the House would vote next week on the health legislation. Moderate conservatives would allow this as long as Trumpcare 2.0 includes the Essential Health Benefits provision that was taken out of the previous version of the health care plan.