Monthly Archives: October 2013

US Regulators Set to Allow Flyers to Use Portable Electronic Devices During Takeoffs and Landings.

This past Thursday, October 31, 2013, the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced that it will allow airlines to permit passengers to use certain electronic devices, such as e-readers, video games and tablets, during takeoff and landing. Such devices … Continue reading

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Food Product Recall Expands over Concerns of Listeria Contamination.

A government-prompted food recall of 109,000 cases of ready-to-eat chicken salads and chicken Caesar salads that began last week has expanded to include broccoli salad and coleslaw previously distributed to consumers in 25 states.  Food distributor Taylor Farms announced this … Continue reading

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Second Migrant Boat Crash in One Week Near Lampedusa, Sicily.

Just a week after a horrific migrant boat crash off the coast of the Sicilian island of Lampedusa resulted in the wrongful deaths of some 300 African migrants, another boat has capsized in the same waters last week. Maltese officials … Continue reading

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