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Phyllis McKelvey worked in the poultry business for 44 years and 'walked on both sides of the fence,' both corporate and regulatory-wise. She is vocal about the serious threats from a program called HIMP which limits the inspection authority of FSIS...
Busch Gardens is selling its 2015 Fun Cards early, the Tampa theme park announced Wednesday, making them good now through the end of 2015, and a new Food & Wine Festival will start on weekends in March, replacing the troubled Bands, Brew & BBQ series.
The government of Trinidad and Tobago may buy genetically modified mosquitoes in a bid to reduce the population of mosquitoes that spread dengue fever and the Chikungunya virus in the territories, the Trinidad Express reported Thursday.
We hear anywhere from 10 to 200 lies a day. And although we’ve spent much of our history coming up with ways to detect these lies by tracking physiological changes in their tellers, these methods have proved unreliable. Is there a more direct approach? Noah Zandan uses some famous examples of lying to illustrate how we might use communications science to analyze the lies themselves.
Imagine if the easy part of this scenario was convincing the world's meat-lovers to replace their omnivorous lifestyle with a vegetarian one. What would it mean for the Earth's environment and the 7 billion people living in it? As the global...
Digicel's Group slow creep into the cable market has been trumped by chief rival Cable & Wireless Commu-nications (CWC) with a massive deal announced on Tuesday that is expected to eventually merge the operations of phone company LIME with triple-play operator Flow.
If you've got more than one Google account, for example a private Gmail ID and another for a project or work, you may have wondered whether you can use them simultaneously on your Android phone. Well, you can and it's pretty straight forward. Note that as of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, it's possible set up…
The Pentagon's long-awaited and extremely controversial F-35 fighter jet is the most expensive defense program ever. But finally, we may be starting to find out why the Defense Department has gone through all the trouble:
That's an F-35 hovering like a helicopter, thanks to the aptly-named Rolls Royce "LiftFan" that allows for near-vertical takeoffs. The fighter jet's manufacturer, Lockheed Martin, claims the technology will allow "the unique ability to operate from a variety of ships, roads an