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246,000 pounds of breakfast burritos recalled after customers find 'small rocks' in food

(DINUBA, Calif.) -- Ruiz Foods, Inc., is recalling over 246,000 pounds of frozen breakfast burritos after consumers found "small rocks" inside them. The recall, issued by Ruiz Foods, after reporting the problem to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), was issued on Friday.The eight packs…... Read More

Man with unknown identity convicted of stealing someone else's identity for more than 40 years

(BOSTON) -- A Massachusetts man whose real identity is not known was convicted Wednesday of using another person’s identity for more than 40 years, according to federal prosecutors in Massachusetts. The suspect, referred to only as John Doe, is suspected to be a Dominican national, according to a news release…... Read More

Registered sex offender in Nebraska used ride-share to bring a teen girl he met online to his home

(NEW YORK) -- A 34-year-old registered sex offender is facing charges that he befriended a 13-year-old girl on social media and then arranged for her to make the 200-mile journey to his home in Nebraska using the a ride-share app. Nicholas Avery was transported and booked at the Sarpy County…... Read More

Airbnb offering 80-day, around-the-world trip for $5k

(NEW YORK) -- If you've ever dreamed about traveling around the world but figured you'd never have the time or money, your moment has come. Airbnb has announced the ultimate adventure: Around the world in 80 days for about $5,000.The site is celebrating the launch of Airbnb Adventures, previously known…... Read More

New House bill may change how you plan for retirement

(WASHINGTON) -- The House of Representatives recently passed a bill that may complicate retirement planning options for Americans.The House passed the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act of 2019 on May 23. If enacted into law, it could be tricky for Americans who are not financially savvy…... Read More

After manipulated Zuckerberg, Pelosi videos, lawmakers grasp for ‘deepfake’ answers

(WASHINGTON) -- Days after an artist uploaded a digitally manipulated video online appearing to show Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reciting a sinister monologue about “control[ling] the future,” a real-life panel of experts sat before lawmakers on Thursday with a stark message: This is only the beginning of the problem of…... Read More

Alexis Ohanian's next stop is Congress as he fights for dads to get paid paternity leave

(NEW YORK) -- Alexis Ohanian, the co-founder of Reddit, husband of Serena Williams and father of their daughter, Olympia, is on a mission to get dads the mandated right to take paid paternity leave.He and Dove Men+Care are asking men and women to sign The Pledge for Paternity Leave. Ohanian…... Read More

Weed revenue in Colorado tops $1 billion

(DENVER) -- Colorado has generated more than $1 billion by selling marijuana.The state legalized weed in 2014. Since then, total sales have exceeded $6.56 billion, according to the state's department of revenue."Today's report continues to show that Colorado's cannabis industry is thriving, but we can't rest on our laurels," Colorado…... Read More

Delta steps in to help fifth graders stranded at airport

(NEW YORK) -- Forget Superman, it was Delta Airlines to the rescue for a group of students and their chaperones who recently found themselves stranded in an airport before the first leg of a long-awaited summer trip to Virginia and Washington D.C.On June 2, fifth graders, parents and teachers from…... Read More

You can stay at in Tony Stark's 'Avengers: Endgame' cabin, thanks to Airbnb

(NEW YORK) -- WARNING: "AVENGERS: ENDGAME" SPOILERS AHEAD.What better way to say goodbye to Tony Stark than in the very place his superpowered friends did?Eagle-eyed fans on Reddit thought there was something familiar about a rustic lakeside cabin in Georgia that was listed on Airbnb, and they were right. The…... Read More

Nevada becomes first state to ban most pre-employment pot tests

(NEW YORK) -- Even as 11 states, plus Washington, D.C., have legalized recreational cannabis, lawmakers have struggled to find consensus on the question of whether employers could reject an applicant over their pot use. Now Nevada has become the first to push through that protection.Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak signed Assembly…... Read More