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DULLES, Va., Nov. 10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- U.S. Space LLC, a 100% American owned and operated company offering unique military satellite communications on a commercial basis, today announced that it has named Donald M. Kerr as a member of its Board of Directors. Dr.
NEW YORK, Nov. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Cristie Kerr is recognized as one of the top women professional golfers in the world, as well one of the most charitable advocates for breast cancer awareness and treatment.
Victoria's Secret will hold open casting events to find a new Runway Angel for the next Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, CBS said.
Former champion Cristie Kerr widened her lead to two shots Saturday with a 1-over-par 72 in the third round of the U.S. Women's Open. At 2-under 211, Kerr was the only player under par after 54 holes. South Korea's Eun Hee Ji shot a 1-under 70 Saturday and moved into second place at even-par 213.
A man's lawsuit against the New Orleans Police Department says an officer threatened to arrest him for wearing a black pinstriped skirt in Municipal Court. Jeremy Don Kerr, who describes himself as a heterosexual male of Scottish ancestry, said in his U.S.
Dominican Sisters of Hope, Others Question the Continuing Use of Mercury WASHINGTON, May 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Dominican Sisters of Hope, supported by Consumers for Dental Choice and the Mercury Policy Project, will present a resolution calling on the Danaher (NYSE: DHR) corporation to transition out of manufacturing mercury fillings at the company's annual shareholder meeting at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington D.C.
Johnny Red Kerr, an NBA legend with the Chicago Bulls and the team's first head coach, died Thursday night at his home in suburban Chicago. He was 76. Kerr passed away after a year-long bout with prostate cancer.
Miranda Kerr's publicist says the Australian model isn't engaged to her British beau Orlando Bloom, contrary to media reports claiming otherwise. Kerr is known for her work for the lingerie giant Victoria's Secret.
By Blum, Nava Fee, Elizabeth AFTER MORE THAN 25 YEARS of planning and fundraising, American medical missionaries opened the first mental hospital in China in 1898. In 19th century China, the mentally ill were usually confined by their families in a dark room of the house, essentially neglected.
By Kate Foster A DOCTOR who was suspended from his job after giving sleeping pills to a suicidal patient has revealed he plans to help the campaign to legalise euthanasia.
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