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During a live TV interview, an elderly woman finds her missing dog under the rubble of her house, which was destroyed by a tornado.
On Jan. 23, 2008, the pharmaceutical company Novartis threw a party at a restaurant on Long Island. The party, which cost $1,250, was ostensibly for doctors to learn about cardiovascular drugs made by the company, with Novartis sales representatives present as well. But no doctors ever came, according to a whistleblower lawsuitÂ against Novartis that was unsealed last week. Instead, nine sales reps ran up the tab, and the company wrote an honorarium check to Dr. Robert Nissan,. continued..
Men’s silence is what perpetuates the culture of sexual assault; many of the excellent programs that work to engage men suggest that men start making some noise.
The photographs fall in line with the magazine’s message – a celebration of an elite lifestyle – one that is well out of the reach of blue collar men and women.
Prosecutors said Ciavarella sent juveniles to jail as part of a “kids for cash” scheme involving Robert Mericle, builder of the PA and Western PA Child Care juvenile detention centers. The ex-judge was convicted in February of 12 counts that included racketeering, money laundering, mail fraud and tax evasion.
In addition to his prison sentence, Ciavarella was ordered to pay nearly $1.2 million in restitution.
Thanks in part to high demand in the United States, and new tax incentives in Japan following last year’s devastating earthquake and tsunami, Toyota’s Prius line of hybrid vehicles is officially the third-highest-selling line of vehicles in the world. “It’s the phenomenon we saw with Chrysler and minivans,” says automotive historian and independent analyst John Wolkonowicz. “After all these years, Chrysler still is minivan sales leader. Prius was the first hybrid on the block.” (Photo via Toyota) source
The Perfect House For Surviving A Zombie Apocalypse Is For Sale
Situated deep within the Adirondack State Park in Upstate New York, this cabin was built atop a cold-war era missile silo and is currently on the market for only $1.75 million dollars. It’s basically perfect for surviving any sort of end of the world scenario.