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The Defense Department spokeswoman confirmed that Aeros' Project Pelican was a success, having achieved its objectives while addressing some of the most significant development challenges
China will be extending its feats on Saturday as it launches its first woman into space aboard its Shenzhou-9 spacecraft.
A spokeswoman said on Friday that a US Congressional committee investigating the recent recall of Johnson & Johnson's children's medicine is "deeply concerned" about the manufacturer's cooperation.
So far, northern hemisphere countries have ordered more than one billion doses of swine flu vaccine, the World Health Organization said Tuesday.
A European Commission spokeswoman said on Tuesday that Apple Inc is investigating media reports that one or more of the company's iPhones have exploded in Europe.
Police in Washington state said a woman accused of stealing money from her ex-husband's bank account said her dog's actions forced her to commit the crime. Arlington police spokeswoman Kristin Banfield said a 42-year-old man told police in late March money was disappearing from his bank account and detectives determined the money was being used to pay utility bills and for sundry items at the home of the man's 50-year-old ex-wife, the Everett (Wash.) Herald reported Tuesday. Banfield said the...
A spokeswoman for United Way of Central Oklahoma said actress Jessica Alba made an undisclosed donation to the group after vandalizing a United Way billboard. Alba, 28, made headlines recently when she plastered posters of great white sharks around Oklahoma City -- where she had been shooting a movie
Federal regulators said on Friday new labels on popular asthma drugs like Merck's Singulair must highlight language about suicidal behavior, depression and anxiety seen in a small number of patients.
Tupperware Brands Corporation and Brooke Shields Unveil the Global Expansion of the Chain of Confidence Campaign NEW YORK, May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Tupperware Brands Corporation is proud to announce the international expansion of their highly successful Chain of Confidence campaign.
US and Canadian authorities reported Wednesday that a Canadian scientist had been arrested for carrying 22 vials used in Ebola and HIV research into the United States.