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Paying homage in style and theme to the vintage horror movies of the 1970s, "The Quiet Ones" is the latest stylish shocker from Hammer, the recently reactivated classic U.K. studio imprint.
Friends and neighbors of Randolph Scott Harris Jr. set up a memorial for him outside the apartment building where he was murdered on July 26. A D.C. Superior Court judge on April 18 scheduled a trial in January for a man charged with fatally shooting gay District resident Randolph Scott Harris Jr., 31, before setting him on fire in his Euclid ... (more)
For the two Republicans vying for their party's nomination in next month's primary election, the issue comes down to too much spending.
Despite the rebound in the U.S. economy and an improving job market, nearly one in four workers say they don't trust their employer and only about half believe their employer is open and upfront with them, according to the American Psychological Association's 2014 Work and Well-Being Survey released today.
Sirius XM Holdings is set to post its Q114 quarterly earnings results on Thursday, April 24th.
Chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes saw his 2013 total compensation jump to about $32.5 million from $25.9 million in 2012.
The company also plans to host a teleconference to discuss its results on May 6, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. Pacific Time.
National Public Radio reported yesterday about a new bill in Tennessee waiting for the governor's signature that will make it a crime for women to give birth to drug-addicted babies.
On National Public Radio's "All Things Considered" the other evening, I caught a story about President Barack Obama and the news media.
Winnebago County Executive Mark Harris is the first Democrat to enter the 6th Congressional District race to succeed Rep. Tom Petri.
The U.S. Navy has awarded Harris Corporation an eight-year contract valued at up to $133 million to provide shipboard terminals that give crews access to high-bandwidth voice and data communications.
It's exciting to witness incremental progress being made in efforts to deal with issues of race in the Rochester... Submissions to National Public Radio host and journalist Michelle Norris for her Race Card Project, are shown at her home in Washington.
So far, roughly 14,000 SIRI calls have changed hands, compared to fewer than 300 puts .
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I'm just trying to help out National Public Radio. In their top of the hour news segment on Morning Edition they referred to the possibility that the Sherpas who place the ropes and assist climbers may collectively decide not to work to demand more compensation for the families of the Sherpas who died last week in an avalanche.