There is nothing more important to the average American than life, liberty and carry-on luggage.
has joined the growing list of airlines limiting the number of carry-on bags that passengers can bring aboard. In the
will have daily nonstop service to and from New York out of Silicon Valley. The flights between San Jose and
will begin July 5.
reports on the debate surrounding a possible third major airport for the Chicago area and why
would pull out of
if another major airport is built.
"Ken Starr's prosecutors have already written large sections of their report to the House of Representatives on potentially impeachable offenses by President Clinton in the Monica S. Lewinsky matter, and sources close to the investigation said they may also include material related to Clinton's sworn testimony about Arkansas financial dealings." In the
. A note to Mr. Starr: Judging form the picture, maybe you should look into getting an appointment with Monica Lewinsky's hairstylist. "That woman" has incredible hair.
reports that prospects for Indian gaming in Massachusetts suffered a setback as the Fall River City Council rejected the
tribe's request to construct a high-stakes bingo hall.
"Claiming a breach of contract,
Union Pacific Railroad
, becoming the third customer to do so in recent months." In the
Imagine what Cramer could get done in this cab!
has turned Ford Galaxies into mobile offices, equipped with telephone, fax, email, Internet and PC facilities. Check out their Web site at
. In the
is investing an undisclosed sum in
, a company developing ways to deliver sports content over high-speed Internet connections.
Death and taxes. Death and taxes. The
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Equity Corp. International
Schramka Funeral Homes
, one of the Milwaukee area's larger funeral-home operators, in an effort to consolidate the highly fragmented "death care industry."
China's first two state-approved mutual funds -- the Shanghai-listed
fund and Shenzhen-listed
fund -- made a strong debut yesterday, surpassing expectations with rises of at least 35%. In the
South China Morning Post
It looks like the Swiss-American consortium that wanted to build a working replica of the
has hit an iceberg of another nature. The
reports that the South African group that wants to build a full-scale replica "has won the preliminary backing of the original ship's builders, Harland and Wolff of Belfast."
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