Department of Agriculture. The two brands are Hot Pockets brand Philly Steak and Cheese in three different pack sizes, and Hot Pockets brand Croissant Crust Philly Steak and Cheese in the two pack box. For the exact batch code, please check this release. The USDA recalled more than 8.7 million pounds of meat from the Rancho Feeding Corporation because it processed diseased and unsound animals and carried out these activities without the benefit or full benefit of federal inspection. No illnesses have been reported in relation to the recall. According to Nestle, consumers should return the products to the place of purchase for a full refund or contact Nestle consumer services at 800-392-4057. By Ed Payne and Chandler Friedman, CNN The-CNN-Wire & 2014 Cable News Network, Inc., a Time Warner Company.
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Why North Korea probably won’t change after U.N. report
He also represents the Clarksburg and Germantown communities that have been at the center of the l ong-running land use debate pitting commercial and environmental interests. He is among the councils staunchest pro-business members and has consistently opposed efforts to ramp back new residential and commercial construction in Clarksburg. Last week, after more than a half-dozen work sessions and public hearings, two council committees approved plans limiting 500 acres west of I-270 to impervious surface of no more than 6 percent. If approved, the measure would sharply limit the size of a residential development planned by Pulte Homes. The legislation would also place a 15 percent impervious cap on two sites west of I-270, one of which was envisioned by the Peterson Companies as the site of major retail and hotel project. In a letter to Rice Tuesday, Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce president Marilyn Balcombe said Clarksburgs development has been fraught with difficulties from the beginning. This decision should not be rushed. The latest proposal needs to be given the same level of scrutiny as the initial Master Plan and the most recent proposed amendment from the Planning Board. The final fate of Clarksburg should not be compressed into a very short time span with no community input, Balcombe said. The Clarksburg Chamber of Commerce has posted a petition on change.org urging the council to reject the so-called 6-15-15 plan. The chamber said it threatens the towns historic district and construction of a new fire station. County officials have agreed to search for a new site for the Clarksburg fire station, which was originally planned for a location within the Ten Mile watershed. Clarksburg should not be denied the amenities that other communities take for granted.
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Finns win men’s race despite German protest, Norway win women’s
But that background failed to sway the judge and the 38-year-old was ordered held without bond. “Incredibly disappointed in the judges ruling today, but this is just the first step, said McCool. As I said in court, ultimately when all of the evidence is presented in this case, we are all going to know the truth. This was a terrible, terrible tragedy and not a crime. According to a court affidavit, Maddoc O’Callaghan died on February 3 and was buried this past Saturday. His father attended the funeral and turned himself in hours later. The affidavit says the trouble began February 1 when O’Callaghan laid his son down for a nap, and after two hours, he “did not wake up. An hour after that, when the child was still “unresponsive,” OCallaghan sent a message to his wife who told him to take the boy to the hospital. After finding the child “brain dead,” the document says “OCallaghan could not provide an explanation that would cause this type of medical distress. “As was noted in open court, the injuries to this child were catastrophic, said Montgomery County States Attorney John McCarthy.
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Bush administration. “North Korea’s access to energy, food, and finance is heavily dependent on China,” says Yates, now CEO of the consultancy firm DC International Advisory. “Beijing also has decades of relatively close party-to-party and military-to-military relations with Pyongyang, which should be a great advantage in terms of understanding and influencing North Korea’s leadership. And of course China is home to hundreds of thousands of North Korean migrants (perhaps more) who earn a living in China while bringing currency and goods back to North Korea.” But as John S. Park, a Northeast Asia specialist at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, argues, Beijing is unlikely to back a push for more sanctions anytime soon. “The Chinese government has already contested the key findings of the Commission’s report,” Park says. “It’s highly unlikely that Beijing will support targeted sanctions” aimed at members of the regime. “It would be nice to see the five members of the Six Party talks express support for the report, though there’s little chance of China doing this,” agrees Victor Cha, author of “Impossible State: North Korea, Past and Future” and a former director for Asian affairs at the National Security Council. So what’s behind China’s reticence? As the Council on Foreign Relations notes , China has generally resisted the imposition of tough international sanctions on its neighbor in hopes of “avoiding regime collapse and an influx of refugees across their shared 800-mile border.” And China’s Foreign Ministry was certainly quick to dismiss the possibility of taking action over the commission’s findings.
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Bode Miller: Don’t blame reporter for my crying during interview
(Feb. 11) Video: Mancuso makes history in Sochi February 10, 2014 9:51 PM CST The U.S. has another bronze medal at the Winter Olympics in Russia. Julia Mancuso finished third in the women’s super-combined for her fourth career Olympic medal. (Feb. 10) Shaun White’s special ‘thank you’ to fans February 10, 2014 2:36 PM CST Shaun White is the favorite to win his third straight gold medal in an Olympic halfpipe.
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‘Mockingbird’ author Harper Lee settles lawsuit against museum in her Alabama hometown
She had planned to vote for Abbott, whom she has met, but was inspired by Davis’ strength during the filibuster and her compassion for immigrants a major issue for Cardenas and one she says Republicans have neglected. “She’s a woman I can admire,” Cardenas said. Then criticisms of Davis’ personal narrative surfaced, and Cardenas said she wondered, “Why did you lie?” Last month, the Dallas Morning News published a front-page story noting that Davis divorced her first husband at 21, not 19 as she had claimed. After they separated, she did not live in a trailer for very long, the story said. It also implied that Davis used her second husband for his money, leaving him to raise their two daughters while she was at Harvard University (at his expense), then returning to divorce him before embarking on her career. Davis’ daughters responded by issuing letters dismissing the criticism as “ludicrous” and “malicious.” Days later, Davis addressed the issue at an Austin fundraiser. “I pursued my education not instead of being a good mother, but because being a good mother required that I build a better life for my family, and a better education made that possible,” she said. Davis, 50, is not a native Texan. She was born in West Warwick, R.I., and moved to Fort Worth with her family at age 11. She has a lilting accent, not the Texas twang of self-styled good ol’ boys like Perry and George W. Bush . The last Democratic governor, Ann Richards, was cut from their cloth, a Waco native and mother of four with a chain smoker’s rasp who liked to hunt, fish and drink. But if Davis is no Richards, Texas is also not what it was when Richards held sway in the early 1990s.
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Dale Begg-Smith of Australia competes during the men’s moguls on February 10. Anke Wischnewski of Germany makes a run during the women’s luge on February 10. Jan Smeekens of the Netherlands pulls his hair after completing his second heat in the men’s 500-meter speedskating race on February 10. Canada’s figure skating team celebrates winning silver on February 10. A military officer shoots pictures during the medal ceremony for team figure skating on February 10. A competitor takes a jump as a team member follows during slopestyle training on February 10. Twins Michel and Ronald Mulder of the Netherlands hug after the 500-meter speedskating event on February 10.
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Wendy Davis pitches her rags-to-riches story to Texas Latinos, women
An attorney for Lee didn’t immediately return a message seeking comment. A judge would have to approve any settlement. Lee, 87, has had a stroke and lives in Monroeville after years of splitting time between the town of 28,000 and New York. Lee’s lone published novel, released in 1960, tells the story of small-town lawyer Atticus Finch, his two children and the struggle against racial prejudice and injustice in the Jim Crow South. Considered a modern classic, the book was turned into a movie of the same name starring Gregory Peck. The set for the movie’s climactic courtroom scene recreated the Monroe County Courthouse, where the museum is located. The museum includes a gift shop that has sold book-related souvenirs including clothing. The lawsuit said the museum took advantage of Lee’s trademarks to sell souvenirs and wrongly used the title of the book as a website address without any compensation.
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