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Man dies in California botulism outbreak from nacho-cheese

Man dies in California botulism outbreak from nacho-cheese

Home-made potato salad served at an OH church picnic killed one person and sickened 29 in 2015. The nacho cheese was sold at Valley Oak Food and Fuel gas station (pictured) in Walnut Grove. Karen Smith in a press release. The San Francisco County coroner's office said the person who died was a 37-year-old man. Authorities said Friday all ten people were hospitalized.



Texas takes step toward enacting its own 'bathroom' law

That had stalled until late Sunday night, when the House attached a version affecting the state's around 5.3 million public school students as an amendment to an unrelated bill on campus safety. "America has long recognized that separate but equal is not equal at all". Proponents of the legislation object to transgender people using bathrooms that correspond to their gender identity, often citing concerns over the privacy of women and girls.


Flynn to decline Senate subpoena, take Fifth Amendment

Flynn to decline Senate subpoena, take Fifth Amendment

Flynn's decision, which his attorneys announced in a letter sent Monday to committee chairman Richard Burr, R-North Carolina, and vice chairman Mark Warner, D-Virginia, comes as evidence continues to mount elsewhere in Congress that the former national security adviser appears to have misrepresented his Russian Federation ties.


Pakistan's opposition party to sue govt for crackdown on supporters

Pakistan's opposition party to sue govt for crackdown on supporters

However the people were later released and no formal charges were filed against them. Federal Investigation Agency has reportedly compiled a list of 33 social media users on Friday for carrying out propaganda against the Pakistan Army. Nighat Daad, executive director of Digital Rights Foundation, said the detentions show a strong political movement that was now taking place. "Silencing political dissent in the name of security or ideology is not acceptable".


DHS to extend protections for Haitians 6 months

DHS to extend protections for Haitians 6 months

Not to mention the cruelty of ripping people from the lives they have built here in the last seven years. Since then, Haitians living in the USA have been eligible for the program - even if they are undocumented - as long as they were living on US soil since January 12, 2011.



Trial opens in Turkey for 221 suspected coup instigators

Officials haven't specified the actions by USA security officials it deems inappropriate. They were then set free and returned to Turkey . Gulen, who lives in self-imposed exile in the US state of Pennsylvania, is one of the 221 suspects named in the indictment.