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WASHINGTON, Oct. 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- National Council on Disability (NCD) Acting Chairman Linda Wetters today welcomed Pamela Young-Holmes of Madison, WI, as a new NCD Board Member. She was confirmed by unanimous consent by the United States Senate on September 29, 2010. According to Ms.
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New Hampshire authorities told a mountain hiker Saturday an injured thumb didn't qualify him for a helicopter rescue. The 50-year old Texan injured his thumb while hiking with a group on the 3,251-foot Mount Crescent in the Icy Gulch area. Authorities, who did not release the man's name, said members of his hiking party were headed to help him, The New Hampshire Union Leader reported. The Gorham Fish and Game office got a cell phone call from the man.
U.S. actor Robert Downey Jr. is set to play an expectant father on a road trip to witness the birth of his child in the new film Due Date, film sources say. Variety reported Friday the Iron Man actor will star opposite actor-comedian Zach Galifianakis in the new Warner Bros.
Choreographer Mia Michaels says U.S.
Pittsburgh prosecutors dropped the marijuana charges against Steelers wide receive Santonio Holmes, saying they lacked probable cause in the case. Assistant District Attorney Rachel Newman said at a Wednesday hearing the tip that led police to pull Holmes over in the city's Hill District had been deemed not reliable enough. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette said Holmes declined comment after the hearing other than to say he was all right. Holmes, this year's Super Bowl MVP, was charged with...
NEW YORK, April 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Gameloft(R), a leading publisher and developer of digitally distributed video games, announced today a worldwide licensing agreement with Warner Bros.
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- To fire mitraille at.