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In this July 21, 2014 photo, customers wait to buy treats at George Manko's shave ice concessions trailer in Westerly, R.I. Manko has been cited for defying the town's new ban on street vendors. Town officials said the ban was prompted by safety concerns. A court will now decide. (AP Photo/Jennifer McDermott)
Beach town's ban prompts battle over shave iceBan in Rhode Island town where Taylor Swift has summer home prompts battle over shave ice
The Associated Press16 minutes ago
CORRECTS TO SAY POLICY WAS PUBLISHED ONLINE, MONDAY, JULY 28 NOT JULY 21 - This photo shows a full-page ad by MedImmune that was published Tuesday, July 22, 2014, in the New York Times. MedImmune, a division of AstraZeneca, ran full-page ads in the New York Times and other newspapers in recent weeks protesting pediatricians’ new recommended limits on Synagis, a drug for preventing serious lung problems in premature infants caused by a common but usually mild virus. A new policy from the American Academy of Pediatrics says the costly drug has limited benefits and recommends scaling back its use. The policy was published online Monday, July 21, 2014, in Pediatrics. (AP Photo)
Virus drugmaker fights pediatricians' new adviceVirus drugmaker fights back against pediatricians group's limits on medicine use for preemies
The Associated Press22 minutes ago
US stocks open mixed on Wall StreetUS stock market opens mixed on Wall Street; Family Dollar and Trulia jump on merger news
The Associated Press24 minutes ago
RPM Intl agrees to $797.5M deal on asbestos claimsRPM International agrees to pay $797.5M to trust for asbestos claims from subsidiary business
The Associated Press26 minutes ago
This image obtained by the Associated Press, defendants' Trial Exhibit DX2414, shows eight spent shell casings from the scene of the shootings of 14 Iraqis in Nisoor Square in Baghdad in 2007. The image has turned up at a crucial point in the trial of four Blackwater security guards. Lawyers for Blackwater security guards accused the government on Monday of suppressing evidence favorable to defendants who are on trial in the killings of 14 Iraqis in Nisoor Square in Baghdad. The attorneys say the suppressed evidence consists of photographs of eight spent shell casings that would fit an AK-47 — the weapon of choice used by insurgents as well as Iraqi authorities.(AP Photo)
Defense: Gov't suppressed evidence in BlackwaterLawyers for Blackwater security guards accuse government of suppressing trial evidence
The Associated Press28 minutes ago
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