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Burger King doubles tomato pickers pay

MIAMI (AP) -- A farm worker advocacy group and Burger King are said to have agreed on a deal to help improve wages and conditions for F
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Stretching your food budget with healthy choices

I'm always trying to look for things with better value and nutrition, Roberge said. But some things can be really expensive. It's out...
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Hundreds in Seoul protest U.S. beef

Several protesters were taken to nearby hospitals for treatment. A policeman shoved me and slammed his shield into my right side, and t...
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Lego Indiana Jones

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Indiana Jones works but doesnt shine

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Turok

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