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Headline Stories

Headline Stories

NewsPlexus Media
Nov 25, 2020
China says it has detected the coronavirus on packages of imported frozen food, but how valid are its claims and how serious is the threat to public health?

Business News

Business News

NewsPlexus Media
Nov 23, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has hurt the U.S. seafood industry due to a precipitous fall in imports and exports and a drop in catch of some species.

Social Justice

Social Justice

NewsPlexus Media
Nov 22, 2020
Shaken by the gunfire erupting around her town in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region, the woman decided to get out. She joined a long line at the local government office for the paperwork needed to travel. But when she reached the official, he told her she had wasted her time. In an interview with The Associated Press, the woman offered rare details of anger, desperation and growing hunger as both sides reject international calls for dialogue, or even a humanitarian corridor for aid, in their third week of deadly fighting.

News You Missed

News You Missed

NewsPlexus Media
Nov 22, 2020
Shaken by the gunfire erupting around her town in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region, the woman decided to get out. She joined a long line at the local government office for the paperwork needed to travel. But when she reached the official, he told her she had wasted her time. In an interview with The Associated Press, the woman offered rare details of anger, desperation and growing hunger as both sides reject international calls for dialogue, or even a humanitarian corridor for aid, in their third week of deadly fighting.

Social Justice

Social Justice

NewsPlexus Media
Nov 15, 2020
Health care workers don’t need patronizing praise. They need resources, federal support, and for us to stay healthy and out of their hospitals. In many cases, none of that is happening.

Through the Lens

Through the Lens

NewsPlexus Media
Aug 25, 2020
On a warm summer night, two food trucks pulled onto a tree-lined street in a hilltop neighborhood outside Seattle. The smell of grilled meat filled the air, and neighbors slurped on boba tea drinks. Toddlers, teens, their parents and dogs sat in the grass, chatting behind masks, laughing and mimicking imaginary hugs to stay socially distant while they waited for their food orders. Long seen as an urban treasure, food trucks are now being saved by the suburbs during the coronavirus pandemic. No longer able to depend on bustling city centers, these small businesses on wheels are venturing out to where people are working and spending most of their time — home.

Simply Science

Simply Science

Brooke Bowser
Jun 8, 2020
The exact origins of the first pickle are unknown, but archaeologists believe ancient Mesopotamians were pickling food as far back as 2400 B.C., over 4,000 years ago. From Queen Cleopatra, Napoleon Bonaparte, to the Little Rascals, a love for pickles has lasted the test of time.

Smart Home Product News

Smart Home Product News

Smart Home
Dec 17, 2019
LG Electronics is delivering a new at-home cooking experience with its new LG InstaView ThinQ™ Range with Air Fry. The complete cooking solution integrates air frying and the company's industry-first InstaView™ technology, paired with AI-powered advanced customer service and connectivity to smart cooking platforms in a sleek and seamless package.

New York State Government

New York State Government

NewsPlexus Media
Aug 3, 2020
The governor signed several new bills into law on Monday, including legislation regulating waste from oil and natural gas; extending the look-back window on the Child Victims’ Act; authorizing the state to revoke real estate licenses for violation of the Human Rights Law; and allowing for the manufacture and sale of ice cream and frozen desserts made with liquor.

Business News

Business News

NewsPlexus Media
Aug 25, 2020
On a warm summer night, two food trucks pulled onto a tree-lined street in a hilltop neighborhood outside Seattle. The smell of grilled meat filled the air, and neighbors slurped on boba tea drinks. Toddlers, teens, their parents and dogs sat in the grass, chatting behind masks, laughing and mimicking imaginary hugs to stay socially distant while they waited for their food orders. Long seen as an urban treasure, food trucks are now being saved by the suburbs during the coronavirus pandemic. No longer able to depend on bustling city centers, these small businesses on wheels are venturing out to where people are working and spending most of their time — home.