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Found Recipes
4:31 pm
Thu October 23, 2014

Bring Home A Taste Of Paris The Easy Way With French Bistro Brisket

Beef brisket is more than a tough cut of meat. Chef Steven Raichlen says when it's braised low and slow until tender, it becomes otherworldly.

"Your knife doesn't so much cut through the brisket as glide through it," he says. "It's beefy, meaty, earthy."

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World
4:31 pm
Thu October 23, 2014

Parliament Attack Shakes Otherwise Quiet Ottawa

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All Tech Considered
4:31 pm
Thu October 23, 2014

Please Do Not Leave A Message: Why Millennials Hate Voice Mail

The phone company Vonage reported a 10 percent drop in voice mail retrievals over the past year. Many of those ignoring voice mails are millennials.
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This story is part of the New Boom series on millennials in America.

We've all heard that automated voice mail lady, telling us what to do after the beep. But fewer people than ever are leaving messages. And the millennials, they won't even listen to them — they'd much rather receive a text or Facebook message.

"I did have at one point in time like 103 unheard messages," says 31-year-old Antonia Kidd.

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Law
4:31 pm
Thu October 23, 2014

Retrial Of Texas Arson Case Ends With Surprise Guilty Plea

Robert Siegel talks with Dave Mann of the Texas Observer about the conclusion of the retrial of Ed Graf on arson charges. Graf had been convicted of arson decades ago for setting a fire that killed his two young stepsons. Still, he has always maintained his innocence. A court found that the evidence used in his trial was so questionable that he deserved a retrial. On Wednesday, in a surprise move, Graf pleaded guilty while the jury was still in deliberations, apparently deadlocked on the question of his guilt or innocence.

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Shots - Health News
4:31 pm
Thu October 23, 2014

FDA Cracks Down On Fake Ebola Cures Sold Online

The problem isn't just that fake cures are worthless, doctors say. Fraudulent claims also give some people the false sense that the product can protect them from getting sick.
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Snake venom, Vitamin C, Nano Silver and herbs have all been pitched online as a treatment or cure for Ebola. None has the backing of the FDA.

"Unfortunately during public health threats such as Ebola, fraudulent products that claim to prevent, treat, cure disease often appear on the market almost overnight," says Gary Coody, the FDA's national health fraud coordinator. In particular, the FDA wants consumers to beware Ebola "cures" peddled online.

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