The FBI's lead suspect in the September, 2001 anthrax attacks -- Bruce E. Ivins -- died Tuesday night, apparently by suicide, just as the Justice Department was about to charge him with responsibility for the attacks.
I want to point out the most ridiculous work sayings or cliches that really get on my nerves. It's as if taking something simple and phrasing it in an idiotic and often nonsensical way has become a key part of fitting into corporate culture. I say NO. Let's take a look at my favorite 15 of these gems...
American intelligence agencies have concluded that members of Pakistanís powerful spy service helped plan the deadly July 7 bombing of Indiaís embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, according to United States government officials.
With that in mind, we decided to work out whether a giant would be able to furnish an extremely large office with bafflingly large equipment that has already been made. Just the basics. We didnít expect to get very far but were pleasantly surprised with the results.
Financial times are tight right now. Fuel costs continue to climb as well as the cost of food and most everyone we know are tightening their belts. Often times people think of being environmentally conscious as costing money.
The House Judiciary Committee has just voted to hold Karl Rove in contempt for failing to respond to a subpoena to face questioning from the Committee on the prosecution of former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman.
A US man has been rejected in his bid to become a police officer for scoring too high on an intelligence test.
Robert Jordan, a 49-year-old college graduate, took an exam to join the New London police, in Connecticut, in 1996 and scored 33 points, the equivalent of an IQ of 125.
One of our readers sent us a scan from an old paper of his. The topic was "Cause and Effect of the Iraq war" and I'm guessing the teacher wanted their students to write a puff piece about how awesome we're kicking ass in Iraq. But this teacher is from South Carolina. What do we expect.
While it's not quite the feat that an actual Wiimote-paddled canoe would be (or nearly as silly), this nun chuck-steered contraption is still pretty impressive in its own right, and quite the change in pace from the usual Wiimote-controlled robots.
A magnitude-5.8 earthquake has struck just east of Los Angeles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Los Angeles was hit by a 5.8 magnitude earthquake Tuesday. The quake's epicenter was about 2 miles southwest of Chino Hills and about 5 miles southeast of Diamond Bar, the USGS said. Chino Hills is about 30 miles east of downtown Los Angeles.