Morning Headlines 9/8/2010 – BP, Banks, And Guns In Bars

by Arin Greenwood on September 8, 2010

Political Ties Shielded Bank in Afghanistan

BP Report Finds Multiple Companies, Workers Caused Gulf Oil Disaster

In Earthquakes, Poverty, Population and Motion Matter

Uninsured face battle for Christchurch earthquake money
Sinkholes blamed in Citizens Property Insurance rate hike request

Given that Tennessee has one of the highest rates of obesity in the nation, its citizens are far more likely to suffer from health threats caused by too much restaurant food and alcohol than from any dangers a gun can protect against.

Auditors: Staffing shortages stymie stimulus

Coca-Cola Can’t Speak Its Name in India as Pepsi Enters Hindi

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