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By Michael P. Orsi
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - David Howard
The federal government can require tobacco companies to "reserve significant packaging space" for anti-smoking warnings and graphic images on their cigarette labels, a three-judge appellate panel ruled Monday.
Six days after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Major League Baseball returned to the field with a new ritual. During the seventh-inning stretch, a moment typically reserved for "Take Me Out to the Ball Game," another song played at parks around the country: "God Bless America."
Microsoft Corp. is lashing out at Google Inc., extending hostilities between two of the most prominent corporations in the technology industry.
A Connecticut smoker who won $8 million against a tobacco company in May, the first such jury award in New England, has been awarded $4 million in punitive damages and stands to get millions more in interest.
The Supreme Court agreed Monday to referee a $290 million dispute between Microsoft Corp. and a Canadian technology company over complaints that a tool used in the popular Microsoft Word program violated patent protections.
David Howard, a Brown University defensive lineman drafted in the spring by the Tennessee Titans, has pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor assault charge in Rhode Island.
An Alabama teacher who used a hypothetical assassination of President Obama as an example in a geometry lesson says he is sorry.
With the All-Star game returning to New York, Mets executive vice president David Howard said a jump in ticket prices is likely to levels comparable with those at Yankee Stadium.
"The economy is rebounding," Howard said.