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Slaughterhouse owner gets prison time for uninspected meat

SANTA ROSA, Calif.— The co-owner of a Northern California slaughterhouse at the center of a nationwide food recall two years ago has been sentenced to federal prison. The Press Democrat reports that 78- year-old Jesse "Babe" Amaral Jr. of Rancho Feeding Corp. pleaded guilty last year to distributing adulterated, misbranded and uninspected meat.
Source: The Associated Press
Venezuela malls scale back hours as government cuts energy

CARACAS, Venezuela— Shops in malls across Venezuela closed their doors Wednesday afternoon to comply with a government electricity rationing order. Venezuela's socialist government is asking more than 100 malls to close or generate their own power four hours each day, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.. Venezuela has grappled with blackouts for years,...
Source: The Associated Press
Florida governor declares Zika emergency

Florida Governor Rick Scott has declared a health emergency in four counties due to the Zika virus.
Source: The Associated Press
Oil prices pressure Repsol to review strategy as board meets

MADRID, Jan 27- Spain's Repsol has no choice but to deepen investment cuts, hasten asset sales or slash its dividend if it wants to weather a fall in oil prices that far outpaces the worst case scenario it based its strategy on, sources and analysts say. That strategy, based on an adverse scenario of $50 a barrel, would generate 10 billion euros of cash by 2020 that would...
Source: Reuters | By: Jose Elías Rodríguez and Angus Berwick
Gov't watchdog: many gaps in FDA's oversight of drug safety

The new findings come as FDA leaders emphasize the speed and efficiency with which agency scientists can approve experimental drugs. For instance, GAO found that the FDA was late in reviewing more than half of the 1,400 follow-up studies it had requested or required of drugmakers between 2008 and the fall of 2013. Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, D- Conn., who...
Source: The Associated Press