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LOS ANGELES, April 14, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- This is the time of year when parents of teenagers are digging in their heels to make sure their offspring are headed in the right direction.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Feb. 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Guardian Industries Corp. has culminated a few years of analysis and strategic planning in announcing plans to build a float glass manufacturing plant in Krasny Sulin (Rostov region), Russia.
In Russia, a British journalist from the Guardian newspaper was expelled from the country after reporting claims in the leaked cables that Russia had become a "mafia state," the paper said Monday.
Human remains from ancient settlements such as Stonehenge are to be reburied and lost to science due to a controversial legislation that could bring archaeological research in Britain to a crashing halt, a group of leading archaeologists said Friday.
The Isle of Sark, the smallest of four main Channel Islands, earned the title "Dark Sky Island" for its spectacular night sky views.
The successor to the Sony PSP handheld gaming device will be touch screen enabled, will be the first portable system to feature 3G connectivity, and will go on sale later this year.
Cuba is on its way to join the high-speed broadband era with an undersea fiber-optic cable laid from Venezuela, bringing the promise of speedy Internet to one of the world's least connected countries.
Urban Airship's Subscriptions enables end users of the Guardian iPhone app to purchase and pay for weekly or monthly subscriptions via their iTunes account. Portland, OR (Vocus/PRWEB) January 21, 2011 Urban Airship, the engine behind thousands of the worldâ€™s most successful mobile apps, is powering the subscriptions capability in the latest app from Guardian News and Media Limited.
Scientists have found that simply watching movie stars take a drag on a cigarette is thought to make cravings more intense for those who are trying to quit a habit that kills 5 million people worldwide each year.
Conservationists said that mistletoe could vanish from British halls and doorways within the next 20 years.
- A member of the swell-mob; a genteelly clad pickpocket. Sometimes mobsman.