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Truth In Labeling: Celiac Community Cheers FDA Rule For Gluten Free

The Food and Drug Administration now requires all food manufacturers to be in compliance with a labeling standard for gluten-free food. Advocates for people with celiac disease say it's about time.

Walgreens Drops Plan To Move Headquarters And Profits Overseas

The pharmacy giant will conclude its merger with British retailer Allliance Boots in a $15 billion deal. But the company decided to drop plans to move its headquarters abroad for tax purposes.

New Campaign Hopes To Improve Reading Proficiency In Georgia Children

According to new campaign called Getting Georgia Reading nearly two-thirds of Georgia’s children are not reading proficiently by the end of third grade. A study by the Annie E. Casey Foundation says children who can’t read by third grade are four times more likely to drop out of high school.

Up Close And Personal With A 40-Story Oil Rig In The Gulf

The Gulf of Mexico accounts for more than 20 percent of U.S. domestic oil production. But few see these operations far offshore.

Donald Trump Sues To Remove His Name From Atlantic City Casinos

The real estate mogul was a pioneer of the New Jersey shore town's gambling industry. Its decline is hurting his name by association, Trump claims in a court filing.

Play Doesn't End With Childhood: Why Adults Need Recess Too

Play among children is vital for their social development. So what's in it for adults?

Ask Me Anything: Correspondent Emily Harris Discusses Gaza

For the past month, Harris has been covering the Israeli-Hamas battles in the Gaza Strip. She's answered questions Wednesday in a Reddit Ask Me Anything.

51 People Killed By Car Bombs In Baghdad Markets

Violence in primarily Shiite neighborhoods has been extreme in recent weeks. On Wednesday, three car bombs were detonated in crowded market areas.

Minority Voters Still Face Hurdles In Georgia, South

A year ago, the U.S. Supreme Court invalidated a part the Voting Rights Act, freeing Georgia from having to seek federal approval for election changes. A new report on minority voting rights, however, finds African American, Latino and Asian voters still face significant discrimination at the polls in Georgia and other Southern states.

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