FDA shuts New Jersey bakery for sugar in "sugar free" treats

MONTCLAIR, New Jersey (Reuters) - Federal authorities shut down a New Jersey bakery after finding sugar in its "sugar free" goods and saturated fat in its "fat free" treats, the Food and Drug Administration said on Friday. Butterfly Bakery Inc., in Clifton, which advertised its products as "Made with 100% Love," was shuttered on Wednesday after a federal judge approved a permanent injunction against it. ...

Swarming cockroaches turn bus to New York into roach-mobile

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Greyhound bus ride into New York City on Friday turned into a horror show for passengers suddenly swarmed by an invasion of cockroaches that forced the driver to pull over and evacuate the vehicle. Cockroaches began emerging about 15 minutes after the bus departed from Atlantic City, New Jersey, on Friday morning, a Greyhound spokesman said. The driver soon pulled over and the 48 passengers scuttled off the infested bus to wait for a replacement vehicle. ...

‘Last American Man’ facing shutdown from North Carolina government

Eustace Conway, 51, has been called “The Last American Man.” He left his suburban upbringing and literally walked out into the Appalachian Mountains, where he has lived for 30 years. In that time, he’s faced down wild animals and entitled children. But the proprietor of Turtle Island may have finally met his match in the [...]

Swiss police arrest "healer" accused of infecting 16 with HIV

ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss police have arrested a self-styled healer after he stopped attending a trial where he stands accused of infecting 16 people with HIV using acupuncture needles.

Man who set fire in U.S. nuclear sub gets 17-year sentence

PORTLAND, Maine (Reuters) - A civilian painter who twice set fires on a U.S. Navy nuclear submarine last year so that he could get out of work early was sentenced to 17 years in prison on Friday.

Swarming cockroaches turn bus to New York into roach-mobile

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Greyhound bus ride into New York City on Friday turned into a horror show for passengers suddenly swarmed by an invasion of cockroaches that forced the driver to pull over and evacuate the vehicle.

FDA shuts New Jersey bakery for sugar in "sugar free" treats

MONTCLAIR, New Jersey (Reuters) - Federal authorities shut down a New Jersey bakery after finding sugar in its "sugar free" goods and saturated fat in its "fat free" treats, the Food and Drug Administration said on Friday.

Pope Francis trinkets sell briskly near Vatican

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Less than 48 hours after his surprise election, Pope Francis's smiling face adorns pendants and devotional souvenir cards packaged with rosaries at the trinket stands near St. Peter's Square.

This Guy Really Wants His iPad Back

He may have lost his iPad, but Allen Engstrom of Little Rock, Ark., is not bitter -- only tickled.

According to ABC 7 News in Denver, Colo., Engstrom lost his iPad on a flight from Phoenix to Denver more than a month ago. But thanks to Apple's iCloud service, which allows the user to wirelessly send and sync data across multiple devices, Engstrom says he's been able to get a good look at the person who may have his iPad now. A really good look.

LOOK: The 15 Most Notorious St. Paddy's Parties

The post-St. Patrick's Day party headache is arguably the worst self-inflicted feeling a human being can experience immediately upon waking up. On college campuses across the country, students and administrators rise with one of these screamers either because they are responsible for a massive mess -- or they are in charge of making sure it's cleaned up.

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