A difficult-to-identify bacterial infection that kills 70 percent of its victims within 48 hours is spreading throughout the globe. Once confined to Southeast Asia and Northern Australia, Melioidosis appears to be spreading to the Middle
For over a hundred years, the extent of landlord liability has largely depended on the color of the literal or metaphorical banana peel. Facts The 1911 case of Anjou v. Boston Elevated Railway Company involved
A local burglary suspect is in custody following a reckless high-speed police chase that involved possible injury to his infant son and a female passenger. Investigators believe that Joe Malcom was involved in a December
Three days after he was involved in a fatal New Year’s Day car crash, Atlanta police apprehended a probable hit-and-run driver. The incident began as a non-injury two-car collision on I-20 West near Holmes Drive.
Broadcaster “Boomer” Esiason called Cincinnati Bengals’ linebacker Vontaze Burfict a “danger” to other players on the field, further suggesting that the National Football League suspend him for an extended period of time after he caused
Football referees often call penalties based on appearances. For example, if an offensive lineman’s head snaps back, the referee typically calls illegal hands to the face on the defensive player, or if a receiver extends
A landmark study concluded that unsafe road conditions are responsible for more car crashes than speeding and other common breaches of reasonable care. According to the non-profit Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, “the cost