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31 Jul 2014 01:49 PM EST

South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor will recall about 883,000 Sonata mid-sized sedans in the United States and Puerto Rico because a potentially defective transmission-shift cable could increase the risk of a crash. The recall affects certain Sonata cars from model years 2011 to 2014, in which the transmission-shift cable could detach from the shift-lever pin, causing the gear selection not to match the indicated gear. That would cause the cars to move in an unintended or unexpected direction.

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31 July, 2014
Blood Test that Detects Cancer in Development

-by Yuliya Geikhman, Staff Writer; Image: Blood sample vials (Image Source: Public Domain) Detecting cancer may soon take a simple blood test, thanks to University of Bradford researchers. This blood test is only in the first testing stages, but results are promising. The Lymphocyte Genome... Read more

31 July, 2014
Devastating Delicacy: Shark Population Threatened by Finning

China is one of the world's biggest markets for shark fins, where the delicacy is commonly served as a soup during wedding banquets and corporate parties. But conservationists say booming demand for fins has put pressure on the world's shark populations, prompting calls for measures to restrict... Read more

30 July, 2014
Federal Obamacare Market Still Faces Cost Overruns, Delays: Watchdog

Federal Obamacare market still faces cost overruns, delays: watchdog Ten months after the botched ACA rollout, Obamacare's federal health insurance exchange is still dogged by cost overruns and technology delays that could hamper enrollment when it resumes in November. The total cost of HealthCare.gov... Read more

30 July, 2014
They're Out: Peace Corps Pulls Volunteers Over Ebola

They're Out: Peace Corps Pulls Volunteers Over Ebola The Peace Corps pulled its volunteers out of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea on Wednesday as the largest outbreak of the Ebola virus in history terrorizes West Africa. With the virus spreading out of control, the Peace Corps said in a statement... Read more

30 July, 2014
European Regulators Training Sights On Google's Mobile Software

European regulators training sights on Google's mobile software European regulators are preparing what could be a stern challenge to Google Inc's mobile software business in the coming months after a nearly four-year investigation into the company's Web search practices left rivals and European... Read more

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