Charleston's response to the racist terror attack on nine African-Americans attending bible study at the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church is an inspiring example of "people power" at its finest hour.
Heartland Payment Systems, the $2B publicly traded payment processor that suffered a damaging data breach in 2008, said this week that four computers containing 2,200 customers' personal information were stolen in a California burglary last month.
FitzGibbon Media is promoting the May 20 protests at two Nestle water bottling plants in Los Angeles and Sacramento to pressure the consumer marketing giant to end operations for the duration of the Golden State's drought.
Michelle Rosen, daughter of one of the seven Tylenol murder victims of 1982, has launched a Tylenol Murders website, vowing to take down what she calls “the empire of lies and corruption” surrounding the incident.
Federal officials got the basic facts of the Philadelphia train wreck out within 24 hours—the train was going double the speed limit and that section of track lacked available safety measures. The public mostly got the news of the crash and press conferences via their hand-held devices and TV.
Michelle Rosen, who watched her mother die of a poisoned Tylenol pill in 1982 after returning from the hospital after giving birth, is seeking to reopen investigation of the murders. She challenges the "madman going from store-to-store" theory.
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