Kagan Broke Law At Harvard, Says Republican Senators

While Senate Republicans yesterday said that they would not stop Solicitor General Elena Kagan’s ascent to the post of the head of the Supreme Court, the Republican leaders continued to target Kagan. Sen. Jeff Sessions (Ala.), the ranking Republican on the Judiciary

BP Plans To Sell Spill Oil from Gulf of Mexico Well

il from the Gulf of Mexico spill, believed to be the worst in US history, could soon end up at gas stations, construction sites and even grocery stores as British oil giant BP is planning to sells the spilled oil to raise

4.3 Earthquake Jolts Northwest Haiti

A magnitude-4.3 earthquake today jolts northwest Haiti, reported the U.S. Geological Survey. According to the report the light tremor shook the sea-floor 15 miles west of the coastal city of Gonaives in the early morning. The quake did not damage anything. Talking

Comic-Con Attendee Stabbed Over Seat Dispute

An argument over a seat at the San Diego Comic-Con took an ugly shape when an attendee stabbed another in the eye. Afterlife panel was reaching its conclusion in San Diego Convention Center’s Hall H last night, everything appeared alright with some

Search Ends For Lake Michigan Crash Survivors

Authorities today called off search for finding four people missing since a small plane plunged into Lake Michigan Friday morning. The plane crashed while flying a cancer patient to the Mayo Clinic. Jerry Freed, the 66-year-old pilot of the plane, was rescued

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