Daily Archives: March 1, 2017

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Subway chicken in Canada was part meat, part something else, according to DNA analysis

By Ben Guarino

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Up in the Great White North, a recent laboratory analysis unveiled a masquerade of meat. A researcher delved into the DNA of chicken sold at various fast food restaurants, at the request of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s “Marketplace” program. Not all poultry, the CBC reported, was as it seemed. Continue reading

New Music on BTN Soundcloud Player (03.01.17) >>> Alicia Keys: “That’s What’s Up”

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New Music on BTN Soundcloud player comes from New York singer Alicia Keys.  Her new single “That’s What’s Up ” has a sample from Kanye West’s “Low Lights.” To listen to the single go to our home page and locate the Soundcloud Player on the right side of the page. Or click the artwork above.  

Lawsuit Alleges That PayPal Diverted Donations To Different Charities

The logo of online payment company PayPal is pictured during an event in Saint-Denis, France, in December 2013.
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A class action lawsuit filed in Illinois on Tuesday alleges that PayPal misled tens of thousands of people about charitable donations made on the company’s platform. Continue reading

Why Are More Young Americans Getting Colon Cancer?

By: Richard Harris

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One of the great treats of following an Agatha Christie mystery (my favorite being Hercule Poirot) is that you know there will be an “Aha!” moment at the end. The fastidious, mustachioed detective will pull together all the disparate facts and present a compelling answer. Continue reading