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An coalition of Hollywood studios will launch a new Website this year that offers viewers exclusive films and television content on demand.
If suicide among young men living with substance abuse is to be prevented it is not enough to focus on the individual client.
KIRKLAND, Wash., Nov.
Researchers say tennis line judges are more likely to make mistakes when calling balls "out" rather than "in."
By JIM BECKERMAN, STAFF WRITER Ah, yes, the silly season. In politics, it's anything-goes time -- the weeks prior to the Nov. 4 election when the spinners, pundits, swift-boaters and smear- mongers are loosed from their leashes. But for one group, the silly season is just a little bit sillier.
RANDOLPH - Students in one class at the Donovan School received more than $1,000 in supplies from the Office Max store in Braintree and its "A Day Made Better" program. The grade 2 cooperative class led by teachers Susan Eliot and Maureen Smith received the donation.
Officials are investigating the sale via eBay of a computer containing detailed personal information of millions of bank customers.
By Aled Blake GIFT wrap and Christmas cracker firm International Greetings has reported bottom-line losses of pounds 12m in the past year.
By Kristine Rodine, The Idaho Statesman, Boise Aug. 1--Most internships last for a summer. But at Hewlett-Packard in Boise, interns tend to come back year after year, often settling in as full-time employees.
Tonight, HBO proudly launches "Generation Kill," an ambitious seven-part miniseries about a group of Marines in the early days of the Iraq war. The network's timing, it seems, couldn't be worse. Viewers have stayed away in droves from recent Iraq-themed movies and television shows.
- A trick or prank.