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Topic - Bora Bora
Forever a second baseman, Johnson grabbed the glove off Marco Scutaro and pulled it close to his face, then smacked his fist into it a few times. Brandon Phillips ambled over to take a few grounders, too, so Johnson asked to see his glove as well. He laughed. They laughed. His arms moved wildly as he told story after story.
If you could get almost all of the cool functions of Apple Inc.'s $500 (and up) iPad tablet for only $199, and in what may seem a handier size, would you take it?
Baltimore native Darrin Ebron, known to some in Hollywood as "the poor man's Puffy" for his fashion and entertainment businesses, has been accused in a suspected drug-smuggling operation that moved hundreds of pounds of cocaine to Baltimore, court records show.
How will we lose the war against "radical Islam"? Well, it won't be in a tank battle. Or in the Sunni Triangle or the caves of Bora Bora. It won't be because terrorists fly three jets into the Oval Office, Buckingham Palace and the Basilica of St. Peter's on the same Tuesday morning.
CHICAGO -- A federal jury convicted fallen media tycoon Conrad Black and three of his former executives at Hollinger International Inc. today of illegally pocketing money that should have gone to stockholders.
CHICAGO (AP) — For all the sexy testimony about a Bora Bora vacation on the company's dime and a lavish Park Avenue apartment bought at a suspiciously low price, the center of the case against former media baron Conrad Black comes down to a decidedly unglamorous topic: Non-compete payments.