Articles by Jason Van Hoven

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FDA Bans Orange Juice Imports; Which Brands May Be Harmful?

The Food and Drug Administration announced Wednesday that it would temporarily halt all imports of foreign orange juice because of fears of carbendazim traces found in oranges, especially those from Brazil. The import ban will last until the FDA has finished conducting a thorough investigation of carbendazim levels.

Toyota Prius c: Why the Hybrid is a Bang for Your Buck [PHOTOS]

The Toyota Prius c, which debuted at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, might be the biggest bang-for-your-buck hybrid out there-Toyota Motor Company said that it will have a list price starting at less than $19,000 and a driving fuel economy rating of 53 mpg.

Actress AnnaLynne McCord Mistakenly Posts Topless Twitter Picture [PHOTO]

Actress AnnaLynne McCord found out she had a nip-slip after she accidentally tweeted a topless picture of herself on Friday to random Twitter user @Meganraee. She was quick enough, though, to re-post a less frontal photo after a little bit of cropping and without even commenting on the inadvertent reveal.

Darth Vader Burger: Ingredients for Star Wars Food and More Revealed

The Darth Vader burger and two other Star Wars-themed burgers have left many wondering what ingredients exactly comprises them. But now, questions of the burgers' makeup have been answered, according to a Monday press release from Quick, the French fast food chain promoting the burgers in conjunction with the Feb. 8, 2012 premiere of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace 3D.

BCS Championship Game 2012: Alabama vs. LSU Preview and Where to Watch

The BCS Championship 2012 game will feature No. 2 Alabama (11-1) against No. 1 LSU (13-0) in what could be a repeat of a defensive knockdown, drag-out fight that the two teams had on Nov. 5. LSU edged Alabama 9-6 in OT on a Drew Alleman field goal and solidified itself as the best team in the nation after that.

Rasul 'Rocky' Clark, Paralyzed Since 2000, Dies After Surgery at 27

Rasul Rocky Clark, a former running back for the Eisenhower High School Cardinals in Blue Island, Ill. who was paralyzed from the neck down when he was tackled during a game in 2000, died at Ingalls Memorial Hospital in Harvey, Chicago on Thursday at the age of 27, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

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