Human Transmission of H7N9, China Fines Infant Formula Suppliers, The TSA Infestation Has No Cure

According to new research published in the British Medical Journal analyzing H7N9 cases in eastern China, it is likely that the virus has spread by human transmission in at least one case.

China issues a record $109m fine on six suppliers of infant formula for price fixing.

Brazil will launch two programs to buy up to six million bags of coffee to help boost growers’ incomes.

The Transportation Security Administration has expanded its reach beyond airports to conducting random security sweeps at sporting events, music festivals, and train terminals.

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