"The 2007 Goodwood Festival of Speed officially kicked off on Thursday evening, when the Earl of March held a gala VIP ball at his home, Goodwood House, to raise money for the Richard Burns Foundation,
More information on the woman who died in the floor of an emergency
room of a Los Angeles hospital -- while nurses walked around her,
apparently oblivious. Her boyfriend was so desperate he called 911,
from inside the hospital:"
A woman is lying on the floor of a Los Angeles...
With a slew of potential candidates attempting to become the most interesting or personable man or woman for the job (since, at this point, politics matter little), profiles depicting the human sides of...
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"Yolanda Denise King, daughter and eldest child of civil rights leader the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., has died, said Steve Klein, a spokesman for the King Center.
Ms. King died late Tuesday in Santa Monica,...
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This just in: a hazardous materials leak at an industrial laundry facility in Southern California; details as they emerge.UPDATE:"The
San Diego County Sheriff's Department said 20 people in North County
have been hospitalized in North County.
Officials with the Rancho Santa...
"Dale Earnhardt Jr. officially will say goodbye to Dale Earnhardt Inc. on Thursday morning, Yahoo! Sports has learned.
A highly placed source within DEI as well as additional sources familiar with the situation...
Disgraced radio personality Don Imus has hired a high-end lawyer to sue CBS, his former employer. Imus is claiming breach of contract, asserting that his agreement with CBS included his acting "irreverent [and]...
"ST. MARTINVILLE, La. -
Willie Nelson and his tour manager were spared jail time Tuesday after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor count of marijuana possession.
Nelson and tour manager David Anderson, along with Nelson's sister, Bobbie Nelson, and two drivers, were issued...
After 3,272 miles of exhaustion, sunburn, delirium and piranhas, a 52-year-old Slovenian successfully completed a swim down the Amazon river Saturday that could set a new world record for distance — one he's broken three times already.
"EHIND THE SCREEN
Live to write
Brad Copeland's latest script, 'Wild Hogs,' is hitting the big screen.
Roger Moore | Sentinel Movie Critic
Posted March 5, 2007
Brad Copeland (TOUCHSTONE PICTURES)
Feb 22, 2007
Your Altamonte Springs
"Grieving families of those who died in the Ufton Nervet rail crash will launch a High Court bid today for the legal aid they need to be represented at the inquest into the tragedy.
Seven people were killed in the November 2004 crash after Brian Drysdale, 48, of Radstock...
"JG Ian Barker's debrief on Vinson rescue: Three very long days in Antarctica
11:46 am EST Feb 15, 2007
(ThePoles.com) "We are under the tent, we have no stove, we have some with frostbite. Our situation is desperate, please, please come and get us. I can't move them by...
"#1 Future of Internet Debate Ignored by Media
Buzzflash.com, July 18, 2005
Title: “Web of Deceit: How Internet Freedom Got the Federal Ax, and Why Corporate News Censored the Story”
Author: Elliot D. Cohen, Ph.D.
Student Researchers: Lauren Powell, Brett...
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The following is an interesting interview with Martin Hiller in the Smart Leaders series at Smart Business Online. I like a lot of what Hiller has to say, but especially the section about empowering his employees to be creative and find new solutions to tasks. This is...
"Rumor of the Day: A little over two years ago, Don Rumsfeld and the White House tried to break the Navy's stranglehold over leadership of U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM), nominating Air Force General Gregory "Speedy" Martin as the next CINCPAC. Unfortunately, General Martin's...