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The gloves were off between the top three candidates last night, as Donald Trump was in the cross hairs of both Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz. Despite the fact that Ben Carson got asked very few questions . . . when he did speak his words were trending on social media. . .’the fruit salad of their life is what I will look at.’ And “Can somebody attack me please?” Super Tuesday is coming up next week.
A man in Kansas shot and killed four people and injured fourteen more before being killed by police. At least some of the victims were employees of Excel Industries, a company that makes lawn mower equipment.
Twenty-one years after Full House went off the air, ABC’s family sitcom is on Netflix, which launches a nostalgia-fueled revival today with Fuller House. The spin-off follows now-widowed mom D.J. Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure), who gets a hand from her sister Stephanie and childhood neighbor Kimmy Gibbler as they join forces to co-parent D.J.’s three boys and Kimmy’s pre-teen daughter. :
From Lipton to their customers: In response to the video of Lipton’s Lemon Green Tea bags, there are no “worms” in our tea bags. These are small lemon flavor pieces which have been mistaken for worms. If you put these lemon flavor pieces in hot water they will dissolve.
Seattle pushes sweeping new rules for worker schedules, employers cry foul—You’ve heard the battle cries over paying workers a “living wage.” Now, get ready for the next phase: “Livable schedules.” On the heels of Seattle passing a controversial $15 minimum wage law, the City Council there is now drafting an ordinance that aims to shift power away from employers when it comes to how workers are scheduled and paid. “I think there is a sense among some workers that they are being abused,” a Seattle City Council member said. Despite the threat of unintended consequences, the Seattle City Council is expected to pass a livable schedules ordinance later this year.