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Barbershop: Protests And Donald Trump

Mar 26, 2016
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There's a condiment crisis in Newfoundland. Smuckers Food of Canada announced earlier this month that it will no longer make mustard pickles.

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The world is in danger of running out of vaccines for a deadly disease: yellow fever. A major outbreak in the African nation of Angola has already depleted the stockpile that world health officials had set aside for emergencies. It's unclear whether new vaccines can be made in time — even as officials worry that the epidemic could spread through Asia and beyond.

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It's been quite a week for Cuba - a historic visit by President Obama, a baseball game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cuban national team, and to top it all off...

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