FILE - In this Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016 file photo soft drinks are on display at a supermarket in London. An independent World Health Organization panel is backing away from the U.N. health agency's own call two years ago for taxing sugary drinks, in a new report on diseases like cancer, obesity and diabetes that some experts slammed as being "conspicuously limp." (AP Photo/Frank Augstein, File).
The nonprofit had intended to participate in the Congressional VA subcommittee on health meeting to discuss potential long-term health effects associated with burn pit exposure, the subcommittee’s slots had been filled by the time Burn Pits 360 made its request to speak, said William Wisner, programs director for Burn Pits 360.
There are some things money can't buy. And one of them seems to be Brazil coach Tite's approval of a Mastercard charity food campaign that gets a boost every time Neymar scores.