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Supporters of King Richard III want a just-revealed reconstruction of the monarch’s head to bring a human aspect to a leader portrayed through the centuries as a murderous villain who butchered his way to power.
CNN.com – World
Skateboards are really REALLY dangerous … so says a Lil Wayne fan who claims one of the rapper’s goons grabbed one and bashed him in the head with it back in May … and now the fan is suing. The man on the receiving end of the attack is Alfredo…
ÉCONOMIE – Voilà environ cinq ans que l’orthodoxie paralyse toute reprise économique et que le politiquement correct tétanise les banques centrales. Le chômage très élevé -qui ira en s’aggravant en 2013 dans un pays comme la France– n’y change rien.
L’obsession des déficits et l’angoisse face aux expéditions punitives des marchés unissent les meilleurs adversaires -droite comme gauche- dans un même combat contre un ennemi commun, quoi qu’imaginaire, à savoir l’inflation! Rien ne doit être entrepris pour attiser l’inflation, et tout doit être sacrifié à l’aune de l’austérité.
Bargaining units for a clerical workers’ union rejected a tentative labor agreement this week that that ended an eight-day strike that shut down the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach late last year.
L.A. Times – Business
EU leaders strike deal on long-term austerity budget
By Mark John and Peter Griffiths. BRUSSELS | Fri Feb 8, 2013 10:00pm IST. BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union leaders reached agreement on the first ever cut in their common budget on Friday after 24 hours of talks, seeking to placate millions at home …
Friday Flicks: There's a Clear Case of an 'Identity Thief' with Melissa McCarthy …
Actors Jason Bateman (L) and Melissa McCarthy arrive at the premiere of Universal Pictures' "Identity Thief" at the Village Theatre on February 4, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. Email · Print; Share. Facebook · Twitter · Tumblr · LinkedIn · StumbleUpon …
Review: Melissa McCarthy steals 'Identity Thief'
Melissa McCarthy Slammed as "Tractor-Sized Hippo" in Identity Theft Review
'Identity Thief' fails to steal critics' hearts
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European leaders agreed on Friday to push for a free-trade pact with the United States, putting the onus on the White House to decide whether to try for a deal that would encompass half the world's economic output. Major exporters Germany and Britain won support from the rest of the European Union at a summit in Brussels to reach a deal with Washington that many leaders hope will help Europe pull out of its banking and debt crises. In their final statement, leaders said the European Union gave "its support for a comprehensive trade agreement" with the United States. …