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07-25-2017

NASA is cautioning consumers who plan to watch the August 21st total solar eclipse to do so only with approved safety gear. The space agency says glasses and viewers should have certification information with a designated I-S-O 1-2-3-1-2-dash- 2 international standard.

The owners of Atlantis, Paradise Island resort in the Bahamas – frequented by American tourists – have reported a data breach involving the payment network serving the resort's food and beverage and retail businesses. The company says cards used to book rooms at the resort were not compromised.

Nissan is recalling more than a half-million recent model Versa Sedans and Versa Hatchbacks. The company says the vehicles have a driver front airbag inflator that may rupture, resulting in metal fragments striking the driver or other occupants .

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