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Starbucks, Dunkin & # 39; and others offer freebies

Businesses greet veterans and active military personnel on Sunday and Monday. (Photo: Matt Rourke / AP) This veteran veterans and active military can benefit from an extra day of offers. As they do every year, restaurants are greeted by veterans by offering free food and meal offerings. Thanks to the federal holiday that falls on Sunday, it is officially observed …

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Why the FDA pushes forward with a ban on flavored e-cigarettes

The US Food and Drug Administration pushes back to the uncontrolled growth of the e-cigarette industry. FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb is expected this week to announce a ban on most flavored e-cigarettes in an attempt to curb "Epidemic" levels of youth's e-cigarette use, senior FDA officials told CNBC and Washington Post . Preliminary government data showed that e-cigarette use …

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FDA Plans to Sharply Restrict Sales of Flavored E-Cigarettes

The Food and Drug Administration plans to sharply restrict the sale of most flavored pod-style e-cigarettes, effectively pulling them from most convenience stores and gas stations and requiring strict age verification controls for online sales, according to senior FDA officials. The actions, expected to be announced as early as next week, are aimed at limiting access to the e-cigarettes most …

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Brent Crude follows US Oil Toward the Bear Market Territory

The price of Brent crude oil fell below the $ 70-a-bar mark Friday for the first time in seven months, and moved to the edge of the bear market. Brent crude, the global reference level, was 1.7% at $ 69.48 per barrel on London's ICE Futures Exchange. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate futures were 1.4% at …

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Google responds with changes after 20,000 say "#Timesup" in Tech

MOUNTAIN VIEW (BCN) After thousands of Google employees last week went out of their offices to protest against sexual harassment at work, the Mountain View Company has announced that it will make several changes to strengthen abuse reporting system. Over 20,000 protesters demanded that the company improve the reporting process, ensure equal treatment of all demographics and posts, create a …

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US court stops construction of Keystone XL oil pipeline

Native and climate protesters have long been against the Keystone XL pipeline A federal judge stopped Thursday building the Keystone XL oil pipeline and claimed that President Donald Trump's administration had not adequately explained why it had promised a ban on the project. Judge Brian Morris of the American District Court of Montana District constituted a striking setback for Trump …

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