Dog attack deaths and maimings
While some may find new federal dietary recommendations and revised guidelines for school lunches tough to swallow, America has a long history of "recommending" what people should eat as well as regulating tasty morsels before they even reach our lips.
This man is Charles Wille. In 1915 he went to prison for violating something called the "Oleomargarine Act." His story is just one of many interesting chapters in America's story of food recommendations and regulations.
Absentee ballots are being replaced on the Big Island because of the unusually sticky weather.
What a relief. The deep economic contraction earlier this year was temporary after all.
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