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Soy Sauce makes 'miracle' comeback in Tsunami-wrecked Japan

Posted: 03/10/2015 - When the tsunami warning sounded, workers at the two-centuries-old soy sauce maker in northeastern Japan ran up a nearby hill to a shrine for safety, and watched in disbelief as towering waters swallowed their factory.

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Olympians killed in Argentina helicopter crash

Posted: 03/10/2015 - Two helicopters carrying French sports stars filming a popular European reality show crashed in a remote part of Argentina, killing 10 people, including two Olympic medal winners and a sailing champion, authorities said.

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Paula Deen's Family Kitchen hiring begins

Updated: 03/10/2015 - Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen has begun hiring the team of professionals that will make Southern hospitality a staple at the celebrity chef’s restaurant at The Island in Pigeon Forge.

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Dollywood hiring for the 2015 season

Updated: 03/09/2015 - Long before Dollywood opens the gates to the public, they have to get employees on park and ready to work.

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Apple unveils new Apple Watch

Updated: 03/09/2015 - Make calls, read full emails, control music, keep up with your workout. CEO Tim Cook says you can do it all from your wrist with Apple Watch.

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"Milk" puts small zoo in northern Japan on the map

Updated: 03/09/2015 - A recent arrival at the Kushiro Zoo, Milk has stolen the spotlight with her circus-ready antics and bear-sized curiosity; traits which have endeared her to visitors in person and online, far from the small zoo in northern Japan.

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Don't miss these overlooked tax deductions and credits

Updated: 03/09/2015 - About 45 million folks claim itemized deductions on their tax returns -- that's about a third of all U.S. returns. Most people looking for deductions focus on things like mortgage interest, state income taxes, real estate taxes and charitable donations. These are the most obvious items that can be claimed as itemized deductions on Schedule A.

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Deadly bird flu strikes poultry farms in several states

Posted: 03/09/2015 - Missouri agriculture officials have quarantined two commercial poultry facilities after a lethal strain of avian influenza, or bird flu was detected. The same strain -- known as H5N2 -- was also confirmed in Minnesota last week and has been detected recently in three other states.

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