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UK Bans New Chinese Security Cameras on Sensitive Government Estates Over Security Concerns

The UK’s government departments has been told to stop installing surveillance cameras made by Chinese companies and advised to replace existing ones, a Cabinet minister said on Thursday.

Internal Document Reveals Beyond Meat Factory Contaminated With Mold

A former employee of a Beyond Meat factory released an internal document stating the factory tested positive for the bacteria Listeria eleven times throughout 2021 and 2022.

Musk Makes Child Sexual Exploitation a Front and Center Issue for Twitter

New Twitter owner Elon Musk says child sexual exploitation content is the first problem the social media platform will tackle under his authority.

Tim Allen Visits Jay Leno In The Hospital: ‘He’s Going With The George Clooney Look’

Actor and comedian Tim Allen gave an update this week after visiting fellow comedian Jay Leno in the hospital following Leno’s tragic burn accident.

D.C. Council Postpones COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Schoolchildren

Parents – not legislators – should be in charge of decisions regarding their children’s health.

Target Takes $400 Million Loss Due to Rising Retail Crime

Target said this week the reason for their $400 million in revenue losses can be attributed to "organized retail crime."

‘Threatens Our Most Basic Freedom’: Attorney’s Dire Warning About the Respect for Marriage Act

An attorney with conservative legal firm Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) is warning the passage of the Respect for Marriage Act could end up “completely blowing up the understanding of marriage” while also sparking increased legal battles for Christians.

Strange New Organ Transplant Methods Raise Urgent Questions

If you or a loved one has needed an organ transplant, you know the problem firsthand: There are not enough organs for those who need them and there is a long waiting period.

Cop27 in Egypt: Activists Hit Out at VIP Menu Featuring Beef, Chicken, Fish And Dairy Products

World leaders and delegates jetting into Egypt for the Cop27 climate conference will be able to dine out on £90 mushroom sauce covered beef medallions - and sip on fancy bottomless cocktails - while facing calls to cut down on meat consumption to save the planet.

U.S. State Sues ‘Forever Chemicals’ Manufacturers

The state of California has sued 18 chemical manufacturers for deliberately endangering the public and the planet.

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