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Deaths of 500 dogs blamed on jerky treats, FDA says

Some 500 dogs and nine cats may have died after eating chicken jerky pet treat made in China, according to updated complaints logged by federal veterinary health officials.
Kasel Associated Industries of Denver has voluntarily pulled its 2.5-pound bags of Nature’s Deli Chicken Jerky Dog Treats because of possible salmonella contamination. The action is not related to ongoing concerns about chicken jerky pet treats made in China.

Chicken jerky dog treats recalled by US firm

Kasel Associated Industries of Denver has voluntarily pulled its 2.5-pound bags of Nature’s Deli Chicken Jerky Dog Treats because of possible salmonella contamination. The action is not related to ongoing concerns about chicken jerky pet treats made in China.

Bull penis pet treats recalled for salmonella

A Denver company is recalling packages of its pet treats made from dried bull penises — known as 'bully sticks' — after they tested positive for salmonella.

Dogswell recalls cat chicken jerky treats

One of the nation's leading manufacturers of pet treats has issued a voluntary recall of chicken breast treats because they may cause health problems in cats. The recall follows reports of more than 1,800 dogs in the U.S. sickened or killed after eating jerky treats from China.

FDA expands dog food recall over possible salmonella contamination

By msnbc.com staff Diamond Pet Foods is expanding a voluntary recall to include puppy food over possible salmonella contamination, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Russian officials talked about influencing Trump during the campaign, sources say

Russian officials bragged in conversations during the presidential campaign that they had cultivated a strong relationship with former Trump adviser retired Gen. Michael Flynn and believed they could use him to influence Donald Trump and his team, sources told CNN.

Flynn: Who knew what, when?

When it comes to former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, straight answers from the White House don't come easy.

WH lawyers researching impeachment, source says

White House lawyers have begun researching impeachment procedures in an effort to prepare for what officials still believe is a distant possibility that President Donald Trump could have to fend off attempts to remove him from office, two people briefed on the discussions tell CNN.

NY Times: I fired 'nut job' Comey, Trump tells Russians

President Donald Trump bragged to two top Russian officials last week that firing "nut job" FBI Director James Comey eased "great pressure" on him, The New York Times reported Friday.

Toobin on NYT report: Sounds close to a confession

CNN's Jeffrey Toobin says -- as the New York Times is reporting -- that if President Trump told the Russians that firing James Comey "removed pressure," it would be close to a confession to obstruction of justice.

A not-so-sweet new way to test for pee in pools

One of the more unforgettable moments from the 2016 Rio Olympic Games was the sight of vibrant green water in one of the competitors' swimming pools which officials attributed to the addition of a cleaning chemical, hydrogen peroxide.

Are you getting the vaccines you need before going abroad?

There's cholera, which can give you explosive diarrhea, vomiting and leg cramps. Then there's measles, which can give you a high fever, cough, runny nose and rash.

Hot mess: The grossest health concerns of summer

You are not the only one who thrives in the summer and loves its warm, long days. Bacteria and other microbes that cause food poisoning, diarrhea and just general grossness also flourish, threatening to make it a season to be sick.

Report: MH370 disappearance a criminal investigation, police chief says

The investigation into Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is now classified as a criminal investigation, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing the Malaysian police chief.

Ebola toll rises in 'unprecedented' outbreak

An outbreak of Ebola hemorrhagic fever in West Africa has spread to Guinea's capital and beyond its borders in an "unprecedented epidemic," a leading aid agency reported Monday.

Republicans hit a nerve when it comes to Obamacare

Republicans are going all in, hoping that the payout is big. Like control of the Senate, big.

Ukraine crisis: NATO suspends cooperation with Moscow

NATO will suspend "all practical civilian and military cooperation" with Russia because of its annexation of Crimea, saying it has seen no sign that Moscow was withdrawing troops from the Ukrainian border.

Will Caesars impress with Las Vegas High Roller?

The 550-foot-tall High Roller has finally opened on the Las Vegas Strip.

Trump's pick for No. 2 spot at Treasury drops out

President Trump's nominee to serve as deputy treasury secretary has dropped his bid for the job.

'SNL' just had its biggest season in 23 years. Now what?

"Saturday Night Live" seized on a turbulent presidential campaign and an even more tumultuous presidency to bring about what is now their most-viewed season in 23 years. It was a season marked by sketches that made its audience laugh and the new President angry, thanks in part to spot on impersonations from Alec Baldwin and Melissa McCarthy.

IBM tells employees working at home to get back to the office

For thousands of IBM employees, the ability to work from home is a key advantage of their job. But the company said Friday that it's ending that benefit for many of them.

FCC security manhandles a Washington reporter trying to ask a question

Another journalist has been manhandled by security while trying to ask a public official questions. Now the National Press Club is worried about a trend, and has called on reporters to speak up if they're mistreated.