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  • FDA to strengthen rules on imported foods

    FDA to strengthen rules on imported foods
    In an effort to avoid illness outbreaks from imported foods, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has proposed new rules that would require importers to verify that their suppliers' standards are on par with those of domestic growers and processors....
  • USDA threatens to shut down Foster Farms plants

    USDA threatens to shut down Foster Farms plants
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture has threatened Foster Farms with shutting down the three plants involved in the recent salmonella outbreak, according to a NBC News report Wednesday. And Consumer Reports magazine said that it had tested samples of...
  • Two Navy football players to face court-martial on sex charges

    Two Navy football players to face court-martial on sex charges
    Two midshipmen will face court-martial while a third will not in the case of three football players who were accused of raping a fellow student at the U.S. Naval Academy, it was announced on Thursday. The decision in the abuse case comes as Congress has...
  • Ex-Detroit Mayor Kilpatrick: 'I really, really, really messed up'

    Ex-Detroit Mayor Kilpatrick: 'I really, really, really messed up'
    Former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, who turned Detroit into his personal wallet, was sentenced Monday to 28 years in prison for corruption in the city that has become the modern face of municipal bankruptcy. The city’s chief executive from 2002 to...
  • West, Texas, fertilizer plant that exploded cited over safety

    West, Texas, fertilizer plant that exploded cited over safety
    WASHINGTON — Federal authorities have cited the operator of the West, Texas, fertilizer plant that exploded in April for 24 safety violations including the unsafe handling and storage of chemicals, and have  proposed $118,300 in penalties. In...
  • California too cheap to reopen its national parks? That's just wrong.

    California too cheap to reopen its national parks? That's just wrong.
    If a national park in California is closed, does it make a sound? Of course not. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty of howling going on in places like Yosemite these days from businesses that depend on tourism. And it’s beyond me...
  • Thursday's TV Highlights: 'Anger Management' on FX

    Thursday's TV Highlights: 'Anger Management' on FX
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of August 11 - 17, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SERIES Motive Flynn and Vega's (Kristin...
  • Poultry plants linked to outbreak won't be closed

    Poultry plants linked to outbreak won't be closed
    For years, Foster Farms wanted consumers to know its poultry was farm fresh, all natural and, most important, safe to eat. But the ongoing salmonella outbreak linked to three of its central California processing plants is threatening to tarnish the...
  • Costco unsure how cooked chicken was tainted in salmonella outbreak

    Costco unsure how cooked chicken was tainted in salmonella outbreak
    Investigators are still unsure how cooked rotisserie chicken sold at a Costco store in South San Francisco was contaminated with a strain of salmonella involved in a national outbreak linked to Foster Farms brand poultry. At least one person was...
  • Salmonella and the shutdown: CDC furloughs harm public health

    Salmonella and the shutdown: CDC furloughs harm public health
    Food expert Marion Nestle asks whether government-shutdown-mandated furloughs at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention hampered its response to the salmonella outbreak at Foster Farms. The bacteria traced to three of the firm's California...
  • Lost hunter who survived on roasted squirrel says 'it wasn't bad'

    Lost hunter who survived on roasted squirrel says 'it wasn't bad'
    SAN FRANCISCO — He shot squirrels in the head so their bodies would be intact for meals. He caught frogs, lizards and a 2-foot brown snake, killing them with a rock and toasting them thoroughly so he would not get salmonella. Each night,...