A report released by the Environmental Working Group provides yet another reason not to drink bottled water: disinfection byproducts, fertilizer residue and pain medication.
What's not to like?
A flaming meteorite crashed to the earth on Friday, injuring hundreds and reportedly prompting fears of an alien invasion.
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People may have outrage fatigue about Wall Street, and more stories about billionaire greedheads getting away with more stealing often cease to amaze. But the HSBC case went miles beyond the usual paper-pushing, keypad-punching sort-of crime, committed by geeks in ties, normally associated with Wall Street. In this case, the bank literally got away with murder – well, aiding and abetting it, anyway.
The Carnival Triumph, a cruise ship passengers compared to a shanty town due to reports of vile conditions onboard, is expected to dock in Mobile, Ala., Thursday, four days after a fire in its engine room.
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Gates, a former CIA director who served as defense secretary under both Obama and former president George W. Bush, said the rules followed by the Obama administration "are quite stringent and are not being abused."
"But who is to say about a future president?" he said in an interview with CNN's State of the Union.
The Executive Board of the International Olympic Committee has recommended dropping wrestling as a sport from the Summer Games, it announced Tuesday.
Government agencies and companies both public and private are lining up to confess that their security has been breached by Chinese hackers. This is astonishing, not only because of the breadth and depth of the hackers’ break-ins, but also because they were apparently able to do it without the aid of Guy Fawkes masks. Authorities are understandably concerned. Authorities are always concerned, and usually understandably so. That’s kind of what makes them authorities. Nobody ever says “Authorities are inexplicably relaxed.” But in this case they’re especially concerned and it’s particularly understandable.
You could never tell with women. She had gone for him after all. With taste like that, who could tell what she might stoop to next.
Dibdin, Michael. "Cabal." Vintage Books, 2012-06-20. iBooks.
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If recent grads can't find good work because they didn't learn any marketable skills, there's little the government can do to help, besides "nudging" current students to be more practical. And that's exactly what conservative governors in Florida and North Carolina are considering with proposals to charge humanities majors higher tuition than, say, science majors at state schools.
Obama also has wielded considerable power in secret, upsetting the more liberal wing of his own party.