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Government says it will go after hoverboard makers, sellers

The CPSC sent Tom's Guide a full copy of the notice. Amazon is warning British customers that their hoverboards may be unsafe, the latest in a string of warnings about the popular scooters. Consumers should check with retailers and manufacturers to see if any have voluntarily recalled the devices. In its letter to retailers, manufacturers, and importers, the CPSC said that between December 1, 2015 and February 17, 2016, it received 52 reports from consumers in 24 states of exploding ...

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Parmesan Cheese With Too Much Wood Pulled From Grocery Shelves

The company' is phasing out the brand and replacing it with its Jewel-Osco Signature Brand. That same company provided cheese to mega-stores like Target.

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Cliven Bundy Indicted by Federal Grand Jury

In a statement following his arrest, Ammon Bundy said it was in fact the federal government that was breaking the law as defined in the U.S. Constitution - and those who stood up to the federal government were thrown in prison. The charge of assault on a federal law enforcement officer carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. Cliven Bundy has been in a dispute with the government over grazing rights on federal land for 20 years.

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Donald Trump Polling Behind Ted Cruz

The new figures demonstrate Trump earning 26 percent of the Republican primary vote, while Cruz has 28 percent. Meanwhile, the Cruz campaign spent most of Thursday defending a manipulated photo that shows Rubio shaking hands with President Barack Obama in front of the Capitol.

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Tesla's Model 3: Here are 5 things we now know

Globally, it outsold luxury sedan competitors in several of their own markets. But it anticipates a Model X production rate of 1,000 vehicles a week in the second quarter of the year. Excluding some items, the company lost 87 cents a share, compared with the average analyst estimate for a 10-cent profit. Musk also mentioned that the sales will be better than expected this year and Tesla , which has been facing losses for quite some time now will witness a positive cash flow.

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Oil Prices Rise Ahead of OPEC Talks With Iran

Oil prices will fall further in the absence of an aggressive cut in output by both OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers, Natixis said on Wednesday in its 2016 oil outlook.


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