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Nestle designs TV ad to appeal directly to dogs

GENEVA — The world’s biggest food company Nestle is seeking to conquer the dog food market with special advertising targeted at men’s best friend. “Nestle Purina has created the first-ever television commercial especially for dogs,” it said in a statement. “The TV commercial to be screened on Austrian television uses…

Fox News anchor advocates Internet ID system to ‘tone down the viciousness’

The host of the Fox News Channel’s “On The Record With Greta Van Susteren” suggested an identification system for Internet users seeking to post and comment at online venues, predicting it would lighten up the national dialogue. “I guarantee this would tone down the viciousness on the internet (and not…

Most Americans do not blame political rhetoric for AZ shootings, survey says

WASHINGTON – A majority of Americans reject the view that heated political rhetoric was a factor in the weekend shootings in Arizona which killed six and critically wounded a congresswoman, a CBS News poll said on Tuesday. Since the Saturday incident in which Arizona Representative Gabrielle Giffords was shot at…

Top US business group offers Obama olive branch

The powerful US business lobby warned Tuesday it would not walk in “lock-step” with President Barack Obama despite recent improved ties, but offered qualified backing for key legislative fights ahead. After two years of spats with the White House, the US Chamber of Commerce said it would support Obama-backed moves…

Fox News chief tells GOP employees to ‘tone it down’

It appears that even the president of Fox News knows when rhetorical attacks have gone too far. In a wide-ranging interview with Russell Simmons, Fox News’s Roger Ailes remarked that he’d told his employees to “shut up, tone it down” and “make your argument intellectually.” You don’t have to do…

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