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FDA Finds Some Dark Chocolate Contains Undeclared Allergens

According to the FDA, some dark chocolate products are failing to list one of the eight most common allergens on their ingredient list.

Valentine’s Day is the day of love, chocolate, and flowers. All day, people receive presents from their loved ones. Many of those people suffer from one of the eight major food allergens; wheat, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, crustacean shellfish, soybeans and milk. Luckily, most of the treats that people receive as presents are forthcoming… Read more »

David Carr Autopsy: He Died From Lung Cancer, Heart Disease

David Carr

David Carr, the popular and well-respected New York Times media columnist, died from metastatic lung cancer. The New York Post reports that an autopsy conducted on David Carr’s body confirmed that his death was caused by complications from the terminal illness. According to Julie Bolcer, a spokeswoman for the medical examiner’s office in New York… Read more »

Play-Along Bandit: Notorious Chicago Bank Robber Finally Apprehended


A man apprehended last month in Monona, Wisconsin, is now believed by the FBI to be the notorious Play-Along Bandit, a bank robber who has been pilfering financial institutions all over Chicago like a comic book supervillain. Thirty-year-old Corey Collier was arrested on January 20 after he allegedly robbed a bank in Monona, Wisconsin, near… Read more »

Jesse Jackson Says Punishing Cheating Black Little League Team Is Racist

Jesse Jackson Calls Florida 'Aparthied State' After Trayvon Martin Verdict

Among the Black American community, Jesse Jackson is recognized as an important figurehead who defends their rights. The Inquisitr previously reported on such news that shows Jackson in such a light, specifically in the cases of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown. As a matter of fact, Jackson has either made decrees or rationalizations when those… Read more »

School Reportedly Hid Special Needs Students From Inspectors During Ofsted Visit


Matravers School, a prominent co-ed secondary school in Wiltshire in the UK, is currently under fire for allegedly hiding special needs students from Ofsted inspectors while they visited and assessed the school. According to SWNS, parents are accusing Matravers officials of removing children with learning disabilities — including those with autism and dyslexia — from… Read more »

Ohio Teacher Who Fears Children Sues School District For Transferring Her

Teacher Fears Children, Loses Case

If a teacher fears children, they might be best served looking for another profession. However, for Maria Waltherr-Willard, it was a reason to sue. A judge ruled on Waltherr-Willard’s case this week, siding with the defendants, Mariemont City Schools in Cincinnati. The U.S. District Court had previously reached the same decision, but Thursday’s decision was… Read more »