Irvington woman dies after being tied up during home invasion IRVINGTON — When Debora Lewis arrived home last Tuesday, her son, Kevin, was tied up and strange men were rummaging through her Irvington apartment. Kevin Lewis told his mother to remain calm, but the men "grabbed her and took her to a bedroom and tied ... 05/8/2012 - 3:45 am | View Link
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Verizon agreed to a proposed settlement last week under which it would pay $64.2 million to settle claims that it overcharged customers who signed up for family plans.
Family SharePlan customers were allegedly billed for in-network calls that were supposed to be free, according to a class-action lawsuit filed in 2006 in a New Jersey federal court.
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This is Bonnie Cleo Andersen. She's the mother of Michella, who is 16 years old; Oliver, who is 15; and Noa, who is six. She is also a prostitute, working legally in a small house in a village in the east of Denmark.
What's the only thing that could get Rachel Maddow to sit back and crack open a few beers (non-alcoholic, of course) on the set of her own show?
Just Tea Party candidates trying to put a stop to legal abortion and access to birth control.
Specifically, Colorado Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez, who believes that intrauterine devices (IUDs) should be banned because they are "an abortifacient."
Maddow had to prepare herself for this one.
The MSNBC host relocated to her very own "man cave," where she took viewers back to elementary school health class, complete with diagrams and illustrations of the female reproductive system.
Victory over Kansas City sparks drinking, dancing and bottle throwingPolice in riot gear disperse crowds after two people shot and one stabbed A celebration in San Franciscos streets over the Giants World Series victory turned raucous and violent in some areas with people injured by gunfire, officers hurt by bottles thrown by revellers, and police making arrests.
Anchored by ace Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco made the most of their chances and turned them into an unlikely third World Series title in five seasonsBumgarner pitches Giants to World Series gloryMadison Bumgarner reared back one final time in the 2014 season. His 68th and final pitch of the night bounced off the bat of Kansas Citys Salvador Pérez and into the safe hands of third baseman Pablo Sandoval.
Slab of aluminium found on uninhabited Pacific island is from American aviators plane, says aircraft recovery groupResearchers probing the 1937 disappearance of American aviator Amelia Earharts plane believe a slab of aluminium found decades ago on an uninhabited island in the Pacific Ocean came from her aircraft. The warped piece of metal was uncovered on a 1991 voyage to the island of Nikumaroro in the Republic of Kiribati by The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR), which has spent millions of dollars searching for Earharts plane, in a project that has involved hundreds of people.