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New Indiana Jones Adventure to be Titled Indiana Jones and the Kingdom ofthe Crystal Skull
The title of the new Indiana Jones adventure, now in production under thedirection of Steven Spielberg, is Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the CrystalSkull.
Shia LaBeouf, who stars in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the CrystalSkull with Harrison Ford, Cate Blanchett, Karen Allen, Ray Winstone and JohnHurt, announced the title during the M-T-V Video Music Awards.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is a Lucasfilm and isbeing distributed by Paramount Pictures. It will be released in the U-S andsimultaneously in most territories worldwide on Thursday, May 22, 2008. FrankMarshall returns as producer, with Kathleen Kennedy joining George Lucas asexecutive producer.
Cleveland Clinic-Led Research Uncovers New Mechanism That Heightens Riskof Heart Disease
Heart disease often hits with devastating effects in people with normalcholesterol levels, yet seemingly misses striking others who smoke, or havemultiple risk factors. A new research discovery may help explain why oneperson suffers a heart attack and yet another doesn't.
Researchers at Cleveland Clinic's Lerner Research Institute havediscovered a mechanism that contributes to the hardening of arteries and couldexplain why some individuals are at greater risk of developing heart diseasethan others.
New Poll Shows Most U.S. Lawyers Would Not Represent Bin Laden in Court
As we mark the sixth anniversary of 9/11, a new poll conducted by NaderAnise Lawyer Marketing asks lawyers whether they would represent the World'sMost Wanted Man, Osama bin Laden, in court if he were found alive.
Between January, 2007 and August, 2007, the following question was posedto 940 attorneys practicing in diverse specialties in the U-S.
"If Osama bin Laden were captured today, and you were asked to join hislegal defense team, would you?
Of the attorneys surveyed, the majority of lawyers - 55 percent -- saidthey would not agree to be bin Laden's lawyer or part of bin Laden's defenseteam.
The most popular "no" answers were, "No, I would decline for moralreasons" and "No, my life and safety, and my family members' lives and safety,would be at risk." The least popular reason for declining to represent binLaden was, "No, because we would surely lose the case."
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