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Workers dye the Chicago River green as part of the city's annual St. Patrick's day celebrations in Chicago March 11, 2006.  REUTERS/John Gress - RTR1730V

At SXSW, tech reckons with the problems it helped create.

Nutella maker Ferrero buys U.S. confectioner Fannie May for $115 million.

Shades of Nancy Reagan. Attorney General Sessions cites an old school anti-drug motto, “Just say no.”

Wal-Mart supplier recalls U.S. frozen pizzas over possible listeria.

Northwestern in first NCAA tournament appearance pulls off historic late comeback to beat Vanderbilt.

Declassified nuclear test videos now available on You Tube.

McDonald’s insists it didn’t make an anti-Trump twitter post. The fast food chain says its account was compromised.

Rock Pamper Scissors, the hairdresser booking app backed by Seedcamp and 500 Startups, shutters.

Mt. Etna erupted for the second time in a month, spewing lava 650 ft. in the air and injuring 10.

UFOs halt flights at Peru international airport.

Photo: Workers dye the Chicago River green as part of the city’s annual St. Patrick’s day celebrations in Chicago, March 11, 2006.  Reuters/John Gress 

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