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    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Cupcakes sold in New York and New Jersey are being recalled because they may contain tiny pieces of metal. Flower Foods Inc. issued the recall for its Tastykake cupcakes, saying they may be contaminated with “tiny fragments of metal mesh wire.” READ MORE: New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Looks To Hold Off Challenger Jack CiattarelliThe cupcakes were sold in New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington DC and West Virginia. READ MORE: Supply Chain Issues: How Global Shortages Are Affecting Consumers NationwideThe impacted products include: Tastykake Chocolate Cupcakes, with “Enjoy By” dates of December 14, 18 and 21 Tastykake Creme Filled Chocolate Cupcakes, with “Enjoy By” dates of December 14 and 18 Tastykake Buttercreme Iced Creme Filled Chocolate Cupcakes, with “Enjoy By” dates of December 14 and 18 No illnesses or injuries have been reported. MORE NEWS: New York City Mayoral Candidates Eric Adams, Curtis Sliwa Hit The Polls As Campaigns Wind DownCustomers can call Flower Foods consumer relations center at 1-866-245-8921 or by clicking here.
    ROY KEANE has hilariously trolled Arsenal after England's 4-0 win in which birthday boy Bukayo Saka scored in. Saka headed home England's fourth and final goal of the game, scoring in the same net which he missed the deciding penalty shootout spot-kick in July's Euro 2020 final against Italy. 3Saka scored and got an assist in England's 4-0 win over AndorraCredit: GETTY IMAGES 3Keane seized upon the opportunity to troll old rivals Arsenal, who have got off to a winless start in the Premier LeagueCredit: GETTY IMAGES And Manchester United legend Keane said Saka will enjoy the win "because he's not getting any at club level", trolling Arsenal's poor start to the Premier League season. Keane said on ITV: "I'm sure he can enjoy the win, because he's not getting any at club level." The punditry panel, including Arsenal legend Ian Wright couldn't help but see the funny side to Keane's off-the-cuff remark. The Gunners sit rock bottom of the Premier League after losing their opening three games. League newcomers Brentford turned Arsenal over in their brand new stadium 2-0 in...
    A couple have come under fire for having a Titanic-themed wedding - with many arguing that the mass deaths that occurred during the tragedy shouldn't be celebrated.  A picture of the newly-weds, believed to be from the US, embracing on a DIY model of the ship's bow was shared on the That's It, I'm wedding shaming (non-ban happy edition) Facebook group, were it was slammed by wedding critics.  But while some argued that romanticizing the shipwreck that killed more than 1,500 people in 1912 was insensitive, others said the tragedy happened too long ago for the wedding to be in bad taste.  'My niece got married this past weekend in a Titanic themed wedding,' the post by the bride's aunt read. 'She badly wanted a photo prop for her reception so my husband accepted the challenge.' A couple, pictured, who weren't named and are believed to be from the US had a Titanic-themed wedding which divided opinion While some pointed out actual people had died in the shipwreck, others said it had happened a long time ago  'He built...
    TONY Blair said he did not enjoy being Prime Minister because of the job’s huge responsibility. The former Labour leader, 67, added it is the only job where experience has little value. 4Ex-PM Tony Blair said: 'I don't think I did enjoy the job because the responsibility is so huge'Credit: AFP Mr Blair served as PM from 1997 to 2007 in his first government role. He said: "I don't think I did enjoy the job because the responsibility is so huge. “Every day you’re making decisions and under massive scrutiny, as is your family. “The paradox is you start at your most popular and least capable and end at your least popular and most capable.” He added: "The first job I ever had in government was Prime Minister. "I use the analogy of a football team. "If you're looking for the new coach of Manchester United and 'I tell you what we're going to find the most enthusiastic and persuasive fan we can find and put in him charge of the team'. "People would say you're insane." 4The former Labour...
    Chadwick Boseman is Oscar-tipped for his role in "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom." Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images/Netflix In an interview with Extra, Anthony Mackie said he can't watch Chadwick Boseman in "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" yet because it's too emotional. Mackie and Boseman starred together in several MCU films, but actually met back when they were in college. Boseman is hotly tipped to earn a best actor nomination for the Netflix movie, and could even win the Oscar posthumously. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Anthony Mackie said he's unable to watch his late friend Chadwick Boseman in the Oscar-tipped "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" because it would be too emotional an experience for him right now. In an interview with Extra, Mackie said both Boseman and August Wilson's play mean too much to him for him to be able to watch the piece just yet. Mackie said: "'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom' holds a very special place. With the relationship to that ... and my relationship to Chad, I haven't been able to pull myself to the point, emotionally,...
    Matt Campbell is killing it at Iowa State and that means he could be on the move this offseason. Iowa State head coach Matt Campbell has risen from an intriguing MAC offensive mind at Toledo to one of the best young coaches in the country, and his rise to the top continued with another victory against the Big 12’s best. Campbell’s storybook season continued today against Tom Herman and Texas, as a monumental choke job from the Longhorns allowed Iowa State to hold on for a 23-20 win, pushing them to 7-2 in the unusual 2020 season. We hope you liked the Campbell era, Cyclones fans because he could be off to a bigger program or the NFL at the end of the year.Matt Campbell will have Power 5 and NFL interestCampbell’s 59-32 record at Iowa State may look ordinary, but, when he arrived in Ames and replaced Paul Rhoads, the Cyclones hadn’t had a winning season since 2009, when they went 7-6. The Cyclones hadn’t won eight or more games in a season since 2000. Even with those odds...
    Maryland man arrested after threatening to kidnap, kill Joe Biden and Kamala Harris How to Tell If Chicken Is Bad Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress Away Ad Microsoft The 23 Hottest Gadgets of 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/42 SLIDES © MISC. There's no denying that Disney is magical, no matter your age. You probably have some fond memories of dressing up like your favorite Disney character for Halloween or taking your kids...
    James Murdoch has revealed he doesn't watch Succession, the TV show inspired by his family, and only 'sometimes' tunes into Fox News after quitting his father's media empire.  The youngest son of media mogul Rupert Murdoch spoke with The New York Times from his farm in Connecticut, where he keep chickens and sheep, to explain why he left the organization in July.  James, 47, told the paper he quit his father's media empire because it was 'legitimizing disinformation' and slammed 'crazy' Trump for 'infecting the US with cruelty' and downplaying COVID-19.  When asked if he watched Fox News James replied: 'Sometimes I watch, if there's an important thing, like an important interview or something like that, sometimes.' Probed on why he does not watch HBO drama Succession, the Emmy award winner said to be modeled on his family dynamics, he added: 'I think you'd find it really easy. The other thing is, the dramatization of family affairs is as old as anything. It's always built in a certain construct, back in Shakespeare or back in Homer. 'I think the reality, my reality anyways,...
    Washington Post reporter Ashley Parker, previewing the upcoming presidential debates, warned that Democratic nominee Joe Biden may struggle to pull off his promise of real-time fact-checks of his opponent because President Donald Trump so shamelessly traffics in misinformation and lies. During an appearance on MSNBC’s Deadline: White House, Parker discussed Tuesday night’s ABC News town hall, where Trump repeatedly repeatedly offered misleading answers on his administration’s healthcare policy, directly contradicted his own, taped comments about the Covid-19 virus to Bob Woodward, and cast doubt on the public health efficacy of masks by citing “waiters” who have futzed with their face coverings while serving him. “It’s jarring,” MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace noted, “when he turns the denial, the lies, the inability to understand the perspective of anyone questioning him on to an undecided voter at a town hall talk about those those deficiencies were revealed anew last night.” “Well, you had a town hall where you can go answer by answer, but was incredibly misleading with just about everything he said, right? It required a sort of speed fact-check to keep up,” Parker...
    Two NHL broadcasters had a lot to say about the “terrific environment” the league’s coronavirus bubble has created for the players. The broadcasters were caught talking about the lack of women in the coronavirus bubble by a hockey reporter for The Athletic. The reporter shared the clip Thursday night to Twitter. It’s 2020, and yet… ???? pic.twitter.com/d74TMlhkkP — Alison (@AlisonL) August 21, 2020 “If you think about it, it’s a terrific environment with regards to, if you enjoy playing and enjoy being with your teammates for long periods of time, it’s the perfect place,” one announcer said. “Not even any women here to disrupt their concentration,” another announcer added. “Oh and also too, no traveling,” the first announcer followed up with. (RELATED: REPORT: The NHL Has 0 Coronavirus Cases After More Than 18,000 Tests) I can see how someone could think this and I could also see how someone could interpret this as being a bad thing, but it definitely goes both ways. It’s no secret that men and women are a distraction to each other. Both men and...
    Princess Diana's former chef has revealed she didn't enjoy celebrating her birthday -  as it meant getting 'another year older'.  Today marks the late Princess of Wales' 59th birthday, and Darren McGrady, 58, who cooked for the late Princess of Wales for four years from 1993 before her death in August 1997, has opened up about her special day.  The culinary expert, who now lives in Texas, revealed to Hello! that on her birthday, the royal would usually opt for a low-key affair with 'no special dishes or cake', and would spend the day having lunch with girlfriends before a 'quiet evening'.  Princess Diana's former chef Darren McGrady, 58, (pictured) cooked for the late Princess of Wales for four years from 1993 before her death in August 1997 He revealed Diana, pictured in 1989, didn't enjoy celebrating her birthday as it meant getting 'another year older' 'Princess Diana didn't really want to celebrate her birthdays', said Darren, 'it meant another year older. So no birthday cakes or special dishes.'  The Princess of Wales would normally enjoy a low-key...
    Sixty games, interleague play, expanded playoffs. Baseball is about to get the made-for-TV season it deserves, a bonkers reality series to tide us over until nature lets us off the mat. “The Tiger King” entranced America as the coronavirus pandemic tightened its grip last spring; maybe this ersatz baseball season will bridge the gap to normalcy with a season that will be anything but normal: regional schedules, a universal DH, extra innings that start with a runner on second. One can hear the national promos already: “The Washington Nationals beat the odds to win their first World Series title, but can they beat the COVID-riddled upstarts from Miami without two of their championship heroes?” It’s just stupid enough to work, different enough to be what it is: a fugazi. An abbreviated training camp reboot starts this weekend, and games aren’t expected to start until this last week in July, but the drama started Monday when a handful of major league players started dropping out. It wasn’t unlike William Holden dropping out of “The Guns of...
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