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Tomorrow will bring a lot more clarity to Google's play in the handset business, according to Time, as the first ever Google Andriod operating system-based handset is set for retail availability with T-Mobile customers. The T-Mobile Dream is go for launch.
Many factors have contributed to the upcoming financial crisis, however the actions and policies taken by Carter in the 70's and Clinton in the 90's have directly lead to the critical situation we find our economy in today.
Two hospital workers have been fired over a slew of patient pictures posted to MySpace. The University of New Mexico Hospital employees are accused of snapping the shots on their cell phones as the patients were being treated in the emergency room.
It appears the Government has new Lego building blocks to play with. Prison cells that are designed to snap together to build a prison anywhere at any time to meet the demand.
The new Lego style can be snapped together to make a hundred, a thousand, or hundred thousand cell prisons, two, three, or ten blocks high.
A federal appeals court on Monday ordered the Bush administration to hand over photos depicting abuse of prisoners held by the US military in Iraq and Afghanistan, handing the American Civil Liberties Union a victory in an ongoing public records lawsuit filed against the Pentagon.
A shoeshine boy who works on the trading floor saw his own, more modest business plummet last week, too. On Monday, as Lehman Brothers expired, he shined only five pairs of shoes instead of the usual 25 to 35. Business didn't get much better as the week wore on.
Magician and illusionist David Blaine will embark on what he claims could be toughest trial yet - hanging upside down for three days while suspended 50 feet about New York's Central Park.
Jolee Bacon really sizzles when it comes to hog-calling.
The northern Idaho woman took first place Saturday in the competition at the Nez Perce County Fair.
China is rushing in to build its own network of electric charging stations. Xinhua, the government's official newspaper, announced last week that the State Grid Corporation, the world's largest electric power transmission and distribution company, is speeding up its plans to build electric car charging stations.