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    Donald Trump breathed heavily into the microphone, what some people called sniffling, while answering a question at the second presidential debate on Oct. 9, 2016. Then Trump is implored by one of the moderators, Martha Raddatz, to move on, but he pushes back saying, “So she’s allowed to do that but I’m not allowed to respond?"

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    At the start of the second presidential debate on Oct. 9, 2016, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump did not shake hands, breaking with tradition.

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    “Please allow her to respond," said moderator Anderson Cooper to Donald Trump during the second presidential debate on Oct. 9, 2016. "She didn't talk when you talked." Hillary Clinton responded: "No, I didn’t."

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    Debate moderator Anderson Cooper asked the candidates what tax provisions they would change to make sure the wealthiest citizens pay their fair share of income taxes. “It is sort of amusing to hear somebody who hasn’t paid federal income taxes in maybe 20 years talk about what he’s going to do,” Hillary Clinton said in response to a question about tax reform.

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    The already nasty presidential race got even nastier as Donald Trump's crass comments about forcing himself on women dominated the start of the second presidential debate Sunday night.

    The release of the 11-year-old "Access Hollywood" video in which Trump describes himself sexually assaulting women was the first topic addressed as CNN’s Anderson Cooper, one of the moderators, repeatedly pressed him on whether he had indeed kissed and groped women without their consent.

    "This is locker room talk," Trump said. "I'm not proud of it. I apologized to my family. I apologized to the American people. Certainly I'm not proud it but this is locker room talk."

    He tried to turn the conversation to the beheadings and other barbaric behavior of ISIS and the control of the U.S. borders, but finally said, "No, I have not."

    Despite his denials, two women have publicly accused him of touching them — kissing and groping without consent. 

    His Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, took the opportunity to attack Trump's lewd remarks and to argue that he is not fit for the office. 

    "I think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is because we've seen this throughout the campaign," she said. "We have seen him insult women, we've seen him rate women on their appearance, ranking them from one to 10, we've seen him embarrass women on TV and on Twitter." 

    Trump has not only insulted women, but also African-Americans, Latinos, Muslims, immigrants, Hispanics and others, she said.

    Relations between the two candidates are so bitter that they did not shake hands before the town-hall style debate, which also was moderated by ABC News' Martha Raddatz. They did shake hands at the end.

    The tape has prompted a growing list of Republican party leaders to withdraw support for their nominee and left Trump defiantly rejecting calls to leave the race.

    Trump tried to turn attention to Bill Clinton's infidelities instead, tweeting Sunday about Juanita Broaddrick's accusation that the former president had raped her. The nursing-home operator later signed an affidavit saying there was no assault, then recanted the affidavit. Bill Clinton denied the allegation when she first made it and he was never charged.

    And immediately before the debate, Trump appeared on Facebook Live with Broaddrick and two other women who have accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct, Paula Jones and Kathleen Willey. The accused rapist of the fourth woman in the group, Kathy Shelton, was represented by Hillary Clinton.

    "Mr. Trump may have said some bad words, but Bill Clinton raped me and Hillary Clinton threatened me and I don't think there's any comparison," Broaddrick said.

    The women were in the audience with the Trump family during the debate, when Trump again said that Bill Clinton's behavior was worse than his words.

    "Bill Clinton was abusive to women," he said. "Hillary Clinton attacked those same women."

    Trump was already struggling with women, suburban women in particular, who were appalled by his stream of insults. He called Rosie O’Donnell a "big, fat pig," attacked Miss Universe Alicia Machado, for gaining weight after she won the contest and said of his former Republican primary rival Carly Fiorina: "Look at that face. Would anyone vote for that?”

    But for many it was the "Access Hollywood" tape that proved a tipping point. An uproar erupted Friday when The Washington Post and then NBC News published the 2005 recording in which Trump is heard demeaning women.

    "I'm automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them, it's like a magnet. Just kiss. I don't even wait. And when you're a star, they let you do it. You can do anything," he tells Billy Bush, then an Access Hollywood anchor and now on the Today show. "Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything."

    NBC News obtained the tape from Access Hollywood, which is owned and distributed by NBCUniversal, the parent company of NBC News and MSNBC.

    Trump, who was newly married to Melania Trump, is heard talking about pursuing a married woman, saying, "I moved on her actually, she was down in Palm Beach and I failed. I'll admit it. I did try to fuck her, she was married ... and I moved on her very heavily."

    Trump responded with a statement in which he apologized if anyone was offended and a video in which he said he was wrong and again apologized. Both times he referred to Bill Clinton's affairs and in the video threatened, "Bill Clinton has actually abused women, and Hillary has bullied, attacked, shamed and intimidated his victims." 



    Photo Credit: John Locher/AP

    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speak during the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016.Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speak during the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016.

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    After Hillary Clinton responds to a question about calling Donald Trump supporters a “basket of deplorables,” Trump shot back. “Believe me, she has tremendous hate in her heart,” Trump said about Clinton.

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    An audience member asked the candidates if they would name one positive trait they respected about the other person, which became the last question of the second presidential debate on Oct. 9, 2016. Clinton said she respects his children. Trump said she is a fighter and doesn’t quit.

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    Those related to people killed in the March 2014 Oso mudslide reached a $50 million settlement Sunday with the State of Washington. It just one day before their lawsuit was scheduled to go to trial, lawyers for the families said, NBC News reported.

    The settlement, which must be approved by the judge overseeing the case, would dismiss almost all claims only hours before the civil trial was to have begun Monday in King County Superior Court.

    "We believe it is in the interests of the plaintiffs and the State to bring this matter to a full conclusion," the lawyers said, more then 2½ years after 43 people were killed when the mudslide covered a square mile of Washington's Stillaguamish River Valley, destroyed 49 buildings and closed a state highway for six months.



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    FILE--In this March 25, 2014, file photo, a flag stands in the ruins of a home left at the end of a deadly mudslide from the now-barren hillside seen about a mile behind in Oso, Wash. Washington state and the Stillaguamish Tribe are arguing over whether the tribe might face liability for the devastating landslide of 2014.FILE--In this March 25, 2014, file photo, a flag stands in the ruins of a home left at the end of a deadly mudslide from the now-barren hillside seen about a mile behind in Oso, Wash. Washington state and the Stillaguamish Tribe are arguing over whether the tribe might face liability for the devastating landslide of 2014.

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    Houthi rebels in Yemen fired -- and ultimately missed-- two missiles at a U.S. Navy destroyer in the Red Sea from rebel territory by Yemeni Houthi rebels, NBC News reported.

    The attack began about 7 p.m. (noon ET) as the USS Mason was conducting routine operations in international waters, the Pentagon said in a brief statement shortly before midnight Sunday.

    The two missiles were fired over the course of an hour and "impacted the water before reaching the ship," according to the statement. No injuries or damage were reported in the attack, which the Pentagon said originated from rebel territory. The Houthi rebels, who are Shiite, are currently fighting the government of President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi.


    Tribesmen loyal to Houthi rebels, hold their weapons as they chant slogans during a gathering aimed at mobilizing more fighters into battlefronts in several Yemeni cities, in Sanaa, Yemen, Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016. The Pentagon said on Sunday that the rebels fired two missiles at the U.S. Navy.Tribesmen loyal to Houthi rebels, hold their weapons as they chant slogans during a gathering aimed at mobilizing more fighters into battlefronts in several Yemeni cities, in Sanaa, Yemen, Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016. The Pentagon said on Sunday that the rebels fired two missiles at the U.S. Navy.

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  • 10/09/16--17:38: Kenyans Win Chicago Marathon

  • The Bank of America Chicago Marathon celebrated its 39th year Sunday with an exciting race that saw photo finishes, defending champions and new winners. 

    Elite runners took to the streets, some looking to defend their titles and others making their Chicago debuts. 

    In a sprint for the finish, Kenya's Abel Kibri beat out 2015 champion Dickson Chumba within seconds to take home his first Windy City win.

    "So perfect, the course is amazing, the weather was so fine," he said after crossing the finish line.

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    In the women's event, defending champion Florence Kiplagat breezed to a victory, coming out ahead well into the final leg of the race and beating her 2015 time. 

    "Winning a major race to me is fantastic," she said. "I love Chicago."

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    Wheelchair finishes stunned viewers, with Marcel Hug beating out former champion Kurt Fearnley in a shocking photo finish that came down to less than one second. Initial results indicated Fearnley had won, but after an official review Hug was declared the champion. 

    "It was a crazy finish," Hug said. 

    Tatyana McFadden also became the most accomplished champion in marathon history taking home her seventh Chicago victory in the women's wheelchair race. She too was in a race to the finish line with Manuela Schar following close behind. 

    "It’s really good to have a win, especially being back at home," she said. 

    Thousands of other runners also ran through 29 Chicago neighborhoods on a grand tour of the city as they fought to complete the 26.2 miles. 

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    Race Director Carey Pinkowski said the 2016 event saw the most starters in the race's history with 41,357 runners crossing the starting line. 

    "It’s different than most sports because we have great athletes up front but there’s people from all abilities, from all walks of life, they come here, they run the same course, they experience the same thing, maybe it be 3 hours or 4 hours of 5 hours, maybe their first marathon or their 50th marathon," he said. "It’s really a celebration of humanity and dedication and sacrifice and people coming together and putting their differences aside for a day."

    The weather made for an ideal race day with cool temperatures, sunny skies and light winds. 

    The iconic event, which has generated millions for the city each year, now looks forward to its 40th anniversary set for next year. 

    "We’ll get back to the drawing board and start planning and get ready for the 40th celebration," Pinkowski said. 



    Photo Credit: Getty Images

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    It may have been a very bad week for Donald Trump, but for "Saturday Night Live" it was a bottomless buffet's worth of material to draw from.

    The late-night series' cold open began with the an encore of the vice presidential debate between Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine and Indiana Gov. Mike Pence. In the segment, cast member Beck Bennett's Pence vehemently denies that Trump has made derogatory comments about women.

    "Donald Trump loves women. He respects women. He's never said a single bad thing about women and I dare you to show me a single shred of evidence that proves otherwise," Bennett said before the debate is interrupted with a special CNN breaking news report detailing the leaked audio of Trump's conversation with former "Access Hollywood" anchor Billy Bush in 2005. 

    Alec Baldwin returned to studio 8H to portray the GOP presidential nominee, following his debut impression of the brash businessman on the show last week.

    Alec Baldwin returned to studio 8H to portray the GOP presidential nominee, following his debut impression of the brash businessman on the show last week.

    "Are you not entertained?" Baldwin's Trump asked CNN's Brooke Baldwin, played by Cecily Strong — a reference to Trump's defense of some of his other comments about women being done in the name of entertainment.

    And while Strong's Baldwin fumbled for the words to describe the comments captured in the tape, Trump had no problem saying it directly into his microphone, stunning the CNN anchor.

    "Now I would like to take this time to formally 'applegize,'" Trump began in the same backdrop that his videotaped apology was recorded from.

    "Are you trying to say 'apologize?'" Strong interrupted. 

    "No, I would never do that. What I am doing is 'applegizing' to all the people who were offended by my statements," Trump explained. "But more importantly, to the people who were turned on by them. I hear it's really 50-50."

    Strong gives Baldwin's Trump a chance to make one last impassioned plea to women voters.

    "Listen, women, if you give me a chance, I promise I can do a whole lot more than just grab it. I can also bop it, twist it, pull it."

    CNN goes live to Hillary Clinton's campaign headquarters where the Democratic nominee is doing her "debate prep."

    "I'm sorry, Brooke. I'm sorry, didn't see you, we were so busy preparing for the debate tomorrow," said castmember Kate McKinnon's Clinton as "Celebration" by Kool and the Gang played in the background. "I'm really excited for this one."

    Host Lin-Manuel Miranda delivered a musical monologue parody of the "Hamilton" hit "My Shot." Mirando joked that "Hamilton" is about two ruthless New York politicians fighting tooth-and-nail for control of the country: “You know… escapism.” 

    Returning to politics, "SNL" showed us that there’s no rest for the weary when you’re Donald Trump’s campaign manager. McKinnon played an overworked Kellyanne Conway, who was forced on multiple occasions to put her day off on hold to go on CNN and try to defend Trump’s latest Twitter faux pas to anchor Jake Tapper, played by Bennett.

    Whether it’s twisting a clearly-worded tweet about Hillary Clinton cheating on Bill into Trump saying that she was cheating the American people or Trump holding up a cup of his own semen at a campaign rally, Conway was always there put a spin on things.

    A usually eager McKinnon's Conway finally snaps, calling Trump "crazy" and saying he's the "worst person I've ever ever known."

    The real Kellyanne Conway, meanwhile, canceled her scheduled appearance on Fox News Sunday, the network announced on Twitter. The Trump campaign replaced Conway with former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

    Weekend Update got a visit from two old friends: former anchors Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon. The "SNL" alumni played Denise and Doreen, a pair of undecided female voters from Philadelphia.

    Co-anchor Colin Jost asked the voters how they felt about their status as the “most sought-after voters in the country” and for their opinions on the candidates.

    While Fallon's Doreen said he thought both Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton “are bad,” Fey's Denise couldn’t resist breaking character to mock the “Tonight Show” host’s playful interview when the GOP nominee was on the show.

    “You love Trump,” Fey said to Fallon. “You’re always like, ‘Oh his hair’s real, ya know.’”

    Musical guest Twenty-One Pilots rocked their Suicide Squad single "Heathens" followed by "Ride" off 2015's Blurryface.

    "Access Hollywood" is owned and distributed by NBCUniversal, the parent company of NBC News, MSNBC, and this station.



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    Alec Baldwin as Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump on Alec Baldwin as Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump on "Saturday Night Live," on Sept. 8, 2016.

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    The second presidential debate was flooded with tension, insults and snide exchanges between Republican nominee Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.

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    A 22-year-old terror suspect from Syria was nabbed after a nearly two-day manhunt in Germany after being found tied up by a fellow countryman, according to reports.

    Jaber Albakr, 22, vanished Saturday morning as police moved in on an apartment in Chemnitz, where they found "several hundred grams of highly explosive materials," NBC News reported.

    Germany's Spiegel Online reported that Albakr had approached another Syrian national at Leipzig train station on Sunday and asked him whether he could stay at his home for the night. The man later called police after hearing about the manhunt, Spiegel Online quoted police sources as saying.

    Officials were trying to determine the target of the thwarted bomb plot, The Associated Press reported.

    Albakr had entered the country last year as an asylum seeker. 



    Photo Credit: AP

    Special police forces secure the perimeter of the district court in Dresden, eastern Germany, Monday, Oct. 10, 2016, after the 22-years-old Jaber Albakr was arrested in the eastern city of Leipzig, following a nearly two-day manhunt after explosives have been found in his apartment on Saturday.Special police forces secure the perimeter of the district court in Dresden, eastern Germany, Monday, Oct. 10, 2016, after the 22-years-old Jaber Albakr was arrested in the eastern city of Leipzig, following a nearly two-day manhunt after explosives have been found in his apartment on Saturday.

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  • 10/10/16--09:18: Kid-Friendly Cannabis?

  • Tampa, Florida's, first Family Medical Cannabis Clinic is now offering a non-euphoric strain of marijuana as a treatment option for children and adults with chronic seizures and muscle spasms.

    Photo Credit: WFLA

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    Donald Trump's campaign wanted the women who have accused Bill Clinton of sexual abuse to sit close to the center of Sunday night's presidential debate, NBC News reported. 

    The four women — Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey and Kathy Shelton — were to walk in the debate hall at the same time as the former president and confront him in front of a live television audience, according to sources.

    The plan was thwarted moments before the event went on-air when the Commission on Presidential Debates intervened to prevent it, even threatening to get security to block the women.

    "We were going to put the four women in the VIP box," Trump supporter and former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani was quoted as saying by the Washington Post. "We had it all set. We wanted to have them shake hands with Bill, to see if Bill would shake hands with them."

    Bill Clinton has denied all the allegations lobbed by his accusers and was never charged with any crimes.



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    Paula Jones (L), Kathleen Willey (C) and Juanita Broaddrick (R) eventually sat in the audience for Sunday night's second presidential debate.Paula Jones (L), Kathleen Willey (C) and Juanita Broaddrick (R) eventually sat in the audience for Sunday night's second presidential debate.

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    The Kraft Heinz Company is recalling 959 pounds of some "Lunchables" packaged lunch products in two states due to misbranding and undeclared allergens, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.

    Kraft Heinz announced the recall Sunday of Lunchables Ham and American Cracker Stackers because they contain known allergens wheat and soy, which are not listed on the product label.

    The recalled items were produced Sept. 21, 2016, and sold in Utah and California. The following products are subject to recall:

    • 3.4-oz. boxes containing four-compartment plastic trays of “Lunchables Ham and American Cracker Stackers,” with a “USE BY” date of 25 DEC 2016 and production times ranging from 9:13 to 10:00 stamped on the side of the plastic container.

    Authorities said the problem was discovered Oct. 6, 2016, when the firm received a consumer complaint.

    No illnesses or adverse reactions related to this recall have been confirmed.

    Consumers who have purchased this product are urged to throw them away or returned them to the place of purchase. Anyone with questions about the recall can call the Kraft Heinz Consumer Relations Center at 800-573-3877.



    Photo Credit: U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service

    Kraft Heinz recalls nearly 1,000 pounds of Lunchables due to misbranding and undeclared allergens, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.Kraft Heinz recalls nearly 1,000 pounds of Lunchables due to misbranding and undeclared allergens, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.

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    Nestle USA, Inc., is recalling a slew of its popular Drumstick ice cream cone desserts over concerns about possible Listeria contamination, which can cause serious and sometimes deadly infections in young children and the elderly.

    There have been no positive test results for Listeria monocytogenes in the Drumstick cones themselves, but the company did get positive results for the bacteria from equipment contact surfaces at a location on the production line, it said. The products impacted by the voluntary recall were put into national distribution inadvertently, according to Nestle.

    The Nestle recall is limited to the Drumstick Club 16 Count Variety Pack and 24 count Vanilla Pack, made at the company’s Bakersfield, California, ice cream production facility. The product identification codes can be found on the back of the packages and on the individually marked vanilla cones from the 24 count pack. The two packs being recalled carry distinct UPC codes, as well as a “best before” date and production code.

    The following products are subject to recall:


    Description

    Production Code

    UPC

    Best Before Date

    DSTK Club CP 16x4.6floz US

    6244580212

    72554-11096

    Between June 2 - June 15, 2017

    6245580212

    6246580212

    6247580212

    6248580212

    6249580212

    6250580212

    6251580212

    6252580212

    6253580212

    6254580212

    6255580212

    6256580212

    6257580212

    DSTK Vanilla 24x4.6floz US

    6258580212

    72554-00160

    Between June 16 - June 19, 2017

    6259580212

    6260580212

    6261580212

    No illnesses have been reported to date, and the company initiated the recall as a precaution. Although healthy individuals may suffer only short-term symptoms such as high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea, Listeria infection can cause miscarriages and stillbirths among pregnant women.

    Young children, frail or elderly people and others with weakened immune systems are more susceptible to infection.

    Anyone who purchased the affected products can return them to the place of purchase or call Nestle's customer service for replacement at 1-800-681-1676.



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    Melania Trump denounced her husband's crude comments about women in a statement, but it was a blouse she wore to the presidential debate Sunday night that left some wondering if she had more to say about Donald Trump's behavior.

    Melania Trump donned a demure fuchsia top with a bow tied at the neck-- known as a pussy bow or pussycat bow. Gucci called its $1,100 item a "Pussy-bow silk crepe de chine shirt." 

    In 11-year-old audio released on Friday, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump bragged about trying to have sex with a married woman and grabbing women by their genitals. 

    "And when you're a star they let you do it. You can do anything ... Grab them by the p****. You can do anything," Trump said in the recording published Friday by The Washington Post and NBC News.

    In a statement published on the GOP presidential nominee's website, Melania Trump said her husband's words were "unacceptable and offensive to me" but that she accepted his apology.

    Donald Trump has defended his comments as "locker room banter."

    Some wondered on social media whether Melania Trump was making a statement with the shirt. 

    "Melania Trump is wearing a fuchsia pussy bow blouse, which is either a fashion statement or an epic subtweet of her husband," one user wrote. 

    "I really want to believe the Pussy Bow was an artful act of silent rebellion," another person said.

    Melania Trump's fashion choice was not intentional, a Trump campaign spokeswoman told a reporter for CBS News.

    NBC has reached out to the Trump campaign for comment. 



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    Melania Trump, wife of Donald Trump, arrives  before the second presidential debate between Republi can presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at Washington University in St. Louis, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016.Melania Trump, wife of Donald Trump, arrives before the second presidential debate between Republi can presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at Washington University in St. Louis, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016.

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    Pennsylvania-based Turkey Hill Dairy is recalling a bunch of ice cream that had been labeled as Dutch Chocolate but is actually Rocky Road, which has almond and egg ingredients that could be dangerous to people allergic to those items.

    The dairy is recalling all 48-ounce packages of Dutch Chocolate ice cream that have Rocky Road lids and have a sell-by date of May 23, 2017. The mislabeled ice cream was sent to stores in 25 states, including New York, New Jersey.

    All stores have been told to remove the affected products from shelves, Turkey Hill said.

    The company said it has not received any reports of illness related to the mislabeled ice cream. Anyone who purchased one of the recalled products can return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. 



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    Only the Dutch Chocolate packages with Rocky Road lids are subject to recall.Only the Dutch Chocolate packages with Rocky Road lids are subject to recall.

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    When a defensive player in baseball makes a great play, it's called "flashing the leather."

    But what happens when the leather gets a bit too old or soft, and it's time to retire that magic glove? Odin Clack has found a way to turn those gloves into a lifelong keepsake.

    Clack works out of his garage in Coppell, Texas, making all sorts of items out of leather: belts, wallets, key chains fobs and more.

    "I'm out in the work shop at all times," he said. "Day and night."

    But the passion for the product comes when Clack takes old baseball gloves and turns them into keepsakes. When little leaguers or big leaguers or done with their mitts, Clack goes to work.

    "Every glove has its own story," he said.

    And at Odin Leather Goods, every old glove also has a future. He picks out a piece of leather, makes a clean cut and goes to work on the stitching.

    "I want to make sure it's perfect," he said about why he works slower than most.

    Clack does make items that take more than just a handful of leather, but the gloves is where he finds the love.

    "It's recycling the glove, but it's also recycling the memories and keeping them living a lot longer," he said.

    Clack also prides himself on being a truly local company. Most of his leather comes from Texas, as do his tools and even the Grand Prairie-made machine he uses to stitch.

    Online: Odin Leather Goods



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