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  • News of the Weird: Ireland to Issue DUI Permits?

    News of the Weird: Ireland to Issue DUI Permits?
    Cliche Come to Life: The Kerry, Ireland, county council voted in January to let some people drive drunk. The councillors reasoned that in the county's isolated regions, some seniors live alone and need the camaraderie of the pub, but fear a DUI arrest...
  • Connecticut Food Activists Skeptical of Wal-Mart's Apparent Switch on GMO Labeling

    You’d think that having a food-industry monster like Wal-Mart talking to federal regulators about labeling products that contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs) would have anti-GMO types jumping for joy. The New York Times and other...
  • The Greek yogurt craze hits cream cheese

    The Greek yogurt craze hits cream cheese
    We get lots of announcements of new products. We mostly ignore them, but this one got our attention - "the launch of the industry's first Greek Cream Cheese." Green Mountain Farms Greek Cream Cheese, according to its producer, Franklin Foods of Enosburg...
  • A Deeper Divide: Two Views On One Gun

    A Deeper Divide: Two Views On One Gun
    Chris Bartocci is circling the aisles at The Gun Store in Las Vegas, a firearms mega-mart lined wall-to-wall with handguns and rifles and shotguns of every design and price range. There are cheap utilitarian pistols and delicately-engraved collectibles...
  • PAC moves to unseat City Council incumbent Jess Talamantes

    A political action committee sponsored by a labor union that represents about 800 retail workers in Burbank has raised $20,000 in an effort to unseat City Council incumbent Jess Talamantes, with a spokesman for the group citing a “pattern of not...
  • Retailers may charge fee to customers paying with credit cards

    Retailers may charge fee to customers paying with credit cards
    Customers at Towson Hot Bagels usually pay with credit, not cash, when buying a bagel or a bottle of water, triggering fees the merchant must pay to process each transaction. Now, the shop's owner and retailers across the country may recoup "swipe"...
  • 15 literary resolutions for 2013

    15 literary resolutions for 2013
    The new year as always brings with it the desire to make a change: eat better, save more, learn a new language, floss every day. We asked some smart bookish types if they have any particularly literary resolutions for 2013 -- they've got some great...
  • Office Depot to buy OfficeMax in $1.2-billion deal

    Office Depot Inc. is buying smaller rival OfficeMax Inc. in what it’s calling a “merger of equals,” creating a heftier office-supply company to challenge industry leader Staples. In the $1.2-billion all-stock deal, OfficeMax...
  • Raise Maryland calls for higher wages for corporate employees

    Raise Maryland calls for higher wages for corporate employees
    Some members of the Rev. David Carl Olson's congregation are homeless. A few work minimum-wage jobs, he said, but they still cannot afford to leave shelters. His faith calls him to live in a world with "profoundly more justice," said Olson, who...
  • Think that's snapper? Rampant seafood mislabeling in U.S., study says

    Think that's snapper? Rampant seafood mislabeling in U.S., study says
    A two-year study of more than 1,200 seafood samples by Oceana, an environmental advocacy group, found that a third of seafood sold in grocery stores and restaurants is mislabeled, the group announced Thursday. DNA testing of seafood samples between 2010...
  • Helping the homeless, one small grant at a time

    Sherri Ingram-Hudgins steps into the homeless resource center on U.S. 1 in Jessup on the cold, rainy afternoon after Christmas, just about two years to the day since she began her effort to help people living on the margins. The place has been open more...