Imported Spices Often Contaminated, FAA to Allow Electronics During Flights, Gourmet Halloween Candy

According to new FDA findings, about 12 percent of spices imported to the U.S. are contaminated with insect parts and rodent hairs, and nearly 7 percent are contaminated with salmonella.

The FAA announced that airplane passengers will soon be allowed to use tablets and e-readers throughout flights.

Halloween candy gets the gourmet treatment (think novelty flavors like Pumpkin Spice)—and customers are buying.

The latest widespread phone scam involves IRS agent impersonators demanding tax payments via prepaid debit card.

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