Public Citizen wants FDA to demand new tests of Eli Lilly’s highly anticipated blood thinner

Consumer group wants halt on review of Lilly drug

WASHINGTON — Consumer health advocates and a co-developer of a highly anticipated blood thinner from Eli Lilly are calling on the Food and Drug Administration to halt its review of the drug, which they say may be unsafe at the suggested dose.

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First economic espionage trial begins in California for Chinese-born engineer Dongfan Chung

First economic espionage trial begins in US

SANTA ANA, Calif. — A Chinese-born engineer stole secret information critical to the nation’s space program and shared it with China, prosecutors said Tuesday during opening arguments in the first economic espionage case to reach trial in the United States.

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First economic espionage trial set in California for Chinese-born engineer Dongfan Chung

First economic espionage trial set in Calif.

SANTA ANA, Calif. — Dongfan “Greg” Chung developed a reputation as an innovator during his three decades as an engineer for Boeing Co. and Rockwell International.

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Trump Taj Mahal casino CEO says shooter planned to kill himself after slaying worker

Trump casino says gunman had planned suicide

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — A disgruntled casino visitor, having just shot and mortally wounded a worker at the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort, planned to kill himself in a parking garage but was stopped by police, a casino executive said.

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Kerala temple to defend patenting of deity

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM - Authorities at the Attukal Devi temple here Tuesday said they will legally defend their right to patent the temple deity and also its title “Sabarimala of Women”, a day after the Kerala High Court registered a case against the granting of trade mark certificates to the shrine.

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Will Lemon Law cover Chrysler consumers? Attorney General likes to know it clearly

It’s being a great concern for Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, whether  lemon-lawConnecticut’s lemon law will be fully honored by Chrysler’s new owners and the federal government. He called on the U.S. Department of Treasury Wednesday to discuss and assurance about the matter.

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Chrysler files bankruptcy court motion to eliminate 789 of its 3,200 dealerships

Chrysler moves to eliminate 789 of 3,200 dealers

NEW YORK — Chrysler LLC wants to eliminate roughly a quarter of its 3,200 U.S. dealerships by early next month, saying in a bankruptcy court filing Thursday that the network is antiquated and has too many stores competing with each other.

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Myanmar democracy leader Suu Kyi charged with violating house arrest after US man breaks in

Myanmar opposition leader to go on trial again

YANGON, Myanmar — Myanmar’s Nobel Prize-winning pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi faced new charges Thursday less than two weeks before her house arrest was due to end after an American man swam across a lake and entered her home, her lawyer said.

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Senate backs amendment to allow loaded guns in national parks

Senate backs allowing guns in national parks

WASHINGTON — The Senate on Tuesday backed an amendment that would allow people to carry loaded guns in national parks and wildlife refuges.

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CBI approaches high court in Scarlett murder case

PANAJI - The Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) has approached the Bombay High Court for a letter of request to interrogate two British citizens in connection with the murder of 15-year-old Scarlett Keeling here in Goa.

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