Prince Philip of UK makes last solo public engagement after 65 years

Saturday, August 5, 2017 The United Kingdom’s Prince Philip, 96, performed his last solo official royal public engagement, before retiring from his official duties as the consort of Queen Elizabeth II after 65 years of service, with a Captain General’s parade of the Royal Marines at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday. …

Ted Haggard reaches financial settlement with New Life Church

Sunday, February 11, 2007 The New Life Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado has reached a financial settlement with its founder (and former head of National Association of Evangelicals) pastor Ted Haggard. Haggard stepped aside as senior pastor in the Church in November 2006, when a male prostitute claimed that he …

BP lose laptop containing sensitive claimant data

Wednesday, March 30, 2011 Oil company BP has reportedly lost a laptop containing the personal information of approximately 13,000 people who filed claims against the company following the Deepwater Horizon disaster last year. Tom Mueller, a spokesperson for the company, confirmed they had written to “individuals impacted by this event …

Mississippi medical board allows embattled physician to keep license

Friday, April 17, 2015 On Wednesday, the Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensure chose to let Doctor Carroll Frazier Landrum keep his physician’s license, following an investigation sparked by an anonymous complaint. Media reported the Mississippi doctor has been working out of his Toyota Camry for about two years, making …

Honduran president expelled by army

Monday, June 29, 2009 Honduran President Manuel Zelaya was expelled by the country’s army on Sunday. Zelaya declares the action a coup d’├ętat. “Today’s events originate from a court order by a competent judge. The armed forces, in charge of supporting the constitution, acted to defend the state of law …