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Church & Dwight said Thursday it will build a new manufacturing facility in Pennsylvania so it can make more gummy vitamins. The company said construction will begin in January, and the line should be operational during the first quarter of 2015.
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Contributor / August 30, 2013 Astronomers have discovered an unexpected, novel kind of triangle in the sky one whose points are the sun, Uranus and the first "Trojan asteroid" ever seen near the tilted planet.
UBC astronomers have discovered the first Trojan asteroid sharing the orbit of Uranus. It is believed 2011 QF99 is part of a larger-than-expected population of transient objects temporarily trapped by the gravitational pull of the Solar System's
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So the staff purge started by USC coach Lane Kiffin didn't exactly raise eyebrows even when one of those to depart was his father, defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin. But last week's firing of running backs coach Kennedy Polamalu sparked outrage
Associated Press Health care company Johnson & Johnson has been told to pay a teenager and her parents $63 million after she suffered a life-threatening drug reaction and lost most of her skin when she took a children's pain reliever nearly a decade
A 16-year-old juvenile was arrested for shoplifting Tuesday afternoon at the Buena Vista Road Walmart after eating the store's potato chips without purchase and attempting to steal condoms, according to a Columbus Police Department report. Police
Photos How Much Can We Control? An exhibit of MFA students works, titled How Much Can We Control?, is at Wichita State Universitys Clayton Staples Gallery. The juried exhibit features a variety of mediums and the works address issues of control