Entenmann's recalls Little Bite snacks for plastic contamination

What to do when food is recalled Bimbo Bakeries — which makes the packaged Entenmann’s Little Bites snacks — just issued a mini muffin recall. The company said Wednesday that its recalling an unspecified number of Little Bites fudge brownies, chocolate chip muffins and variety packs that may contain “small pieces of plastic.” Let’s block ads! (Why?) Latest financial news – CNNMoney.com

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Struggling Djokovic gets extra time to restore mojo

3:58 PM ET Greg GarberSenior Writer Close Greg Garber joined ESPN in 1991 and provides reports for NFL Countdown and SportsCenter. He is also a regular contributor to Outside the Lines and a senior writer for ESPN.com. NEW YORK — He has been the best player in men’s tennis for the past five years, ranked No. 1 for 113 consecutive weeks. But for a variety of resonating reasons, Novak Djokovic doesn’t feel like the favorite here at the US Open. That would be No. 2 seed Andy Murray, riding the ...

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Windows 8 and 10's Boring Old Solitaire Has Reached a Huge Number of Players

Solitaire has been a Microsoft mainstay since Windows 3.0, and now its newest version, Microsoft Solitaire Collection, has hit more than 100 million unique users. This comes about a year after Microsoft celebrated Solitaire’s 25th anniversary. Microsoft released some facts about Windows Solitaire on the official Xbox website, where we learn that an average of 55 million games of Microsoft Solitaire Collection are played every day. On top of that, through the game’s Xbox Live Achievements, players have earned more than 1.3 billion Gamerscore. Microsoft also claims that Solitaire in ...

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This for-profit school got rejected for non-profit status. Now it's suing the government

5 stunning stats about college debt Amid a string of recent government crackdowns on for-profit schools, one organization is trying to strike back. The Center for Excellence in Higher Education (CEHE), which currently operates four for-profit schools, is suing the Department of Education for denying its request for non-profit status, accusing the government of unfairly singling out for-profit institutions. Let’s block ads! (Why?) Latest financial news – CNNMoney.com

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'This is not the end. This is the beginning.' Alabama's dynasty-building speech

9:00 AM ET TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Nick Saban knows what he wants to say. For a week and a half, he has thought about this. And today, inside Bryant-Denny Stadium, he has a plan: Start out slow, pat everyone on the back like he’s supposed to and then pivot. It won’t be a smooth transition, but it will be one everyone remembers. It’s January 16, 2010. It’s below freezing. There’s a constant drizzle, but it doesn’t dampen the spirit of the parade and the celebration that follows. Not after the ...

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AMD may delay next-gen Vega, confirms Zen on track for Q1 2017

Last March, AMD unveiled a roadmap for its GPUs that predicted a one-two punch. Polaris would arrive in mid-2016, while Vega, the company’s big GPU follow-up, would slip in at the end of the year. This arrangement meant that AMD and Nvidia would effectively launch on different cycles, with Nvidia doing a typical top-down refresh, while AMD went with an unusual midrange cycle first. When AMD revealed these plans in March, it was actually a modified launch plan from what the company had told reviewers to expect. At its Sonoma ...

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New Skinny Tile tracker fits in your wallet, helps you find everything else

Thin is in. The new Tile Slim tracker fits in a man’s wallet without making your butt look markedly bigger. The Bluetooth tracker is less than a tenth of an inch thick, same as two credit cards with raised lettering, and otherwise works the same as the two-year-old Tile classic lost-item finders. Otherwise, Tile Slim works the same as what’s now called Tile Original. Using Bluetooth, your Apple or Android phone points you in the direction of your missing wallet, tablet, or backpack. If you still can’t locate it, tap ...

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Junior doctors plan week of all-out strikes

Junior doctors in England will take part in five consecutive days of strikes next month as they ramp up their opposition to a new contract. The all-out strikes will take place from 08:00 BST to 17:00 BST from 12 to 16 September with more dates to follow. The British Medical Association took the step after members rejected the deal brokered between the union and government earlier this year. The government said the move would be damaging to patients. But the union said members felt the contract did not do enough ...

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Joe Scarborough releases music video mocking Donald Trump

Trump’s new target: ‘Morning Joe’ Joe Scarborough is singing a new tune about Donald Trump. Or to put it another way: He is intensifying his trolling. The MSNBC host is promoting his new name for Trump, “Amnesty Don,” with a music video posted to Facebook on Wednesday. The “Amnesty Don” song is virulently anti-Trump, describing the GOP nominee as a “soft and flaccid man” with “tiny little hands.” “He said he’d build a wall for us, but then he up and ran,” Scarborough sings, alluding to Trump’s muddled message about ...

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NFL clears three in Al-Jazeera PED investigation

2:54 PM ET ESPN.com news services The NFL has found “no credible evidence” that the Steelers’ James Harrison and the Packers’ Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers used or were provided with prohibited substances after an investigation into allegations made in a documentary by Al-Jazeera. The three players were interviewed last week, at their team facilities. An NFL statement said the investigation, which started in January, “involved witness interviews, a review of relevant records and other materials, electronic research, and laboratory analysis and review.” After the interviews last week, a source ...

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