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Deaths of 500 dogs blamed on jerky treats, FDA says

2013-01-14
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

2012-10-04
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

2012-09-24
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

2012-07-27
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

2012-05-01
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.

For the first time in US history, a road will likely be carved through a protected wilderness refuge

2017-12-10
A wilderness refuge protected since the Eisenhower administration could have a road carved right through it

Interior secretary pushing controversial road project

2017-12-10
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is pushing a plan to build a road through the protected Izembek Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. Critics say it's a dangerous precedent.

Ryan Zinke: Why we shrunk the monuments

2017-12-10
Across our great land, objects of cultural and historic significance tell the story of our nation. From the Statue of Liberty to the birthplace of George Washington, preserving our American heritage means protecting these objects. In 1906, President Teddy Roosevelt signed the Antiquities Act, giving the President power to proclaim objects on federal lands as national monuments and to reserve the smallest area of land compatible with their protection as part of the monument designation.

Patagonia, Interior Department trade Twitter barbs

2017-12-10
Outdoor retailer Patagonia and the Interior Department continued their public spat over US national monuments Tuesday on Twitter, trading barbs over each others' ties to "special interests."

Zinke calls reports on helicopter use a 'wild departure from reality'

2017-12-10
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke responded Saturday to reports about his helicopter use, calling them a "wild departure from reality" in a statement on Twitter.

Why they're telling the world about their stillborn daughter

2017-12-04
When Heather Hyden learned that she was pregnant, she was overjoyed. Hyden wanted to have a child with her partner, Jimmy Earley, and the pair was thrilled to bring a new person into their community in Lexington, Kentucky.

In one state, this is the last clinic standing

2017-11-14
Dona Wells vividly remembers when abortions were illegal. When women had little choice after their contraceptive failed.

Some US women travel hundreds of miles for abortions

2017-10-04
For most women, access to reproductive and sexual health services is crucial to well-being. A new study highlights the difficulties surrounding access to one aspect of health care -- abortion services -- faced by women in some areas of the United States.

Nearly half of all abortions each year worldwide are unsafe

2017-10-04
Dr. Lisa Haddad remembers the women's faces clearly.

3-D printing braces up sea turtle with gap in its shell

2017-12-09
Scientists at the Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography believe they have created the world's first 3-D-printed brace for a sea turtle's shell, and the results seem promising.

Report: MH370 disappearance a criminal investigation, police chief says

2014-04-02
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

2014-04-01
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

2014-04-07
Republicans are going all in, hoping that the payout is big. Like control of the Senate, big.

Ukraine crisis: NATO suspends cooperation with Moscow

2014-04-01
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?

2014-04-01
The 550-foot-tall High Roller has finally opened on the Las Vegas Strip.

McLaren's 'most extreme' road car costs $1 million

2017-12-10
McLaren says its new supercar wasn't built with "usability" in mind -- and the company isn't sorry about it.

New step for Bitcoin's wild ride: Futures trading

2017-12-10
For more than four decades, the Chicago Board Options Exchange has allowed investors to place their bets on commodities from corn to steel.

The hidden fear driving the market surge

2017-12-10
1. Fear -- of missing out: Fear can influence the stock market in powerful ways -- during booms as well as busts.

A warning about bitcoin's wild price swings

2017-12-09
The person atop one of cryptocurrency's most popular exchanges pleaded with people to invest responsibly.