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Twin 4-year-old boys drown in backyard swimming pool in Arlington Twin 4-year-old boys drowned late Tuesday in a backyard swimming pool at an Arlington home. Mark and Luke Nguyen of Grand Prairie were found by their father, floating in the pool at their grandmother’s home in the 3200 block of Hunter Cove Drive ... 06/27/2012 - 8:10 am | View Link
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(TSA)We’re big fans of the Transportation Safety Administration’s hashtag-happy Instagram account, since we enjoy gawking at weaponry that people have tried to sneak on planes, from ammo-filled Bibles to throwing stars. Yet the TSA protected one traveler from a horrifying discovery at the end of her trip: her dog had stowed away in her suitcase, and she didn’t even know it.
My late dog would pull things out of my suitcase after I packed them, but this pup had a different plan to disrupt its owner’s travel.
(Carbon Arc)The father of an Ohio teen who died in 2014 after ingesting a powdered caffeine marketed as a dietary supplement has filed a lawsuit against Amazon.com and the product’s distributors, claiming that they failed to provide proper warnings about the dangers of using the substance.
When the 18-year-old died, the amount of caffeine in his system was about 23 times greater than the level in a typical soda or coffee drinker, and a coroner ruled that his death was due to cardiac arrhythmia and seizure due to acute caffeine toxicity.
Since then, the Food and Drug Administration has warned people against ingesting pure caffeine, saying that a single teaspoon of the stuff is equivalent to 25 cups of coffee.
Everything you do online — on your phone, on your computer, with anything — leaves a digital wake. Put those trails together and you’ve got one massive big data industry that can (and does) track it all and sell it to the highest bidder. After decades of digital detritus building up, regulators and Congress both are contemplating some steps that would help protect consumers’ info.
The FTC will be holding a workshop this fall on how, and how much, companies are tracking you across multiple platforms on the big wide internet.
Manufacturing company 3M announced a policy change today that aims to ensure its pulp and paper suppliers are doing their best to preserve the environment by only providing materials from protected forests.
The maker of Post-Its and Scotch Tape announced the policy change as part of an agreement between the company and one of its longtime critics, ForestEthics.
Under the new sourcing policy, 3M will require that all wood fiber supplied to the company is not linked to deforestation or illegal operations.
The policy also requires protection of high carbon stock forests and high conservation values, like intact forest landscapes, peatlands and the habitat of endangered species, the company says in a statement.
In addition to providing protections for the environment, 3M says the new policy sets strong standards related to social concerns, including respect for workers’ rights and indigenous peoples’ rights to free, prior and informed consent to operations on their traditional lands.
All paper-based products and packaging suppliers are required to now provide information on the original forest sources of the pulp.
“The first strategic decision we made in drafting this policy was to focus on defining clearly for our suppliers our own values and requirements related to the protection of forests and vulnerable people,” Jean Sweeney, vice president of 3M Environmental,Health, Safety and Sustainability Operations says in a statement.