The company that operated a commercial tour bus involved in a deadly crash this week has been issued a cease-and-desist order after the U.S. Department of Transportation said it tried to resume operations under a different name.
A financial analyst who studied public documents about Stanford International Bank for a friend who was considering investing in it said Thursday that it took only a cursory look to determine something was wrong.
Lula Easterling and her friend Bill Hardenburgh have voted Democrat all their lives. But browsing through a pile of Sarah Palin t-shirts, baseball caps and other merchandise as they wait to gain access to the Republican vice-presidential candidate's campaign rally in Fredericksburg, the pair admit next week they will be casting their votes elsewhere.
I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney, was sentenced Tuesday to 30 months in prison and fined $250,000 for lying to investigators looking into the leak of a CIA operative's identity.
'Tis the season to be jolly, and it's also the time to go shopping for many Americans. From California to the Carolinas, Americans are braving crowds and long lines in stores as they gear up for a holiday season that seems to be starting earlier and earlier each year.
A Boy Scout National Jamboree marred by the deaths of four people weathered another blow Wednesday in Virginia when about 300 Scouts and adults suffered symptoms resulting from the 100-degree afternoon heat, a spokesman for the organization said.
Convicted teen sniper Lee Boyd Malvo was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday for murder and attempted murder in the shootings of two people in Virginia during the fall 2002 sniper spree that terrorized communities surrounding the nation's capital.
Fortune: Ask Annieupdated: Mon May 13 2002 00:01:00
Thanks, as always, for the many astute and informative comments you've sent me over the past few months--and apologies that it has taken so long for a sampling of them to find their way into print....