Trader Joe’s recalls ‘fresh salads’ in 9 states over potential listeria, salmonella risk

CLOSE A North Carolina company is recalling more than 89,000 pounds of ham products after a possible listeria contamination. One person has died so far and there have been multiple reported illnesses. WVEC The corn ingredient in these products sold in 9 U.S. states may have the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes and/or…

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‘Somebody’s gotta win, so you never know’: How Bostonians are prepping for a $970m jackpot

By Emily Sweeney and Andres Picon Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent  October 18, 2018 Majdoub Rhouziyal has been a busy man. Standing behind the counter at Boston News Cafe Express, wearing a Red Sox hat and jacket, he dutifully rang up orders for Mega Millions tickets Thursday morning, one day before the drawing for the…

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Pregnant postal worker missing for over 2 weeks: Police ‘suspect possible foul play,’ family waiting for answers

Chicago police are now suspecting possible foul play in the case of a missing pregnant United States Postal Service worker. Kierra Coles, a 27-year-old employee of the U.S. Postal Service, was last seen on Tuesday, Oct. 2. Her two-week disappearance and “the fact that she has fallen off the grid” prompted officials to consider foul…

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US is seeing ‘relentless rise in household wealth,’ Credit Suisse report says

Essentially investigating household wealth around the world, this year’s report found that global wealth continued to grow at a moderate pace with the rise partly reflecting a continued rise in equity markets. More so, however, rising wealth was due to increases in non-financial assets owned by the middle-class. “Financial assets … continue to make a…

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