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CBS News
Risk of nuclear attack risesAir Force Base in Louisiana. David Martin: When you see it close up, it’s, it’
Risk of nuclear attack rises
CBS News / Posted 4 days ago
Air Force Base in Louisiana. David Martin: When you see it close up, it’s, it’s even bigger than you think it is. Richard Clark: It is an impressive machine. About 185,000 pounds empty. But it’s built to carry weapons and gas. Major... Read more
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This is West Country
600 runners limbering up for this weekend's 10kmChandler 76 James chappell 77 Robert Chidgey 78 Philip Chivers 79 Craig Churchi
600 runners limbering up for this weekend's 10km
This is West Country / Posted 9 days ago
Chandler 76 James chappell 77 Robert Chidgey 78 Philip Chivers 79 Craig Churchill 80 Steve clapham 81 James clapperton 82 Richard Clark 83 Sian Clark 84 Kayleigh Clarke 85 Mandy Clements 86 Suzy Cole 87 Brian Coles 88 Jemima Collins 89 William... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
�The boys� making name for themselves in Northeast Floridaprimary in 2012 against better-known candidates. Hughes said there was a belie
�The boys� making name for themselves in Northeast Florida
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted 10 days ago
primary in 2012 against better-known candidates. Hughes said there was a belief that former City Council member Richard Clark �was the guy� in the north end of the district, while state Rep. Fred Costello had the south end. But, as they... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Two new partners join Manchester firm bergby partner Ruth McCarthy, the department specialises in investment, development
Two new partners join Manchester firm berg
Manchester Evening News / Posted 18 days ago
by partner Ruth McCarthy, the department specialises in investment, development and property finance. Managing director, Richard Clark, said: “Our dispute resolution and litigation department is nationally recognised for its work and the... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The world is facing a growing snakebite crisis — and there's a serious shortage of antivenomof health jumped at the opportunity. But there are lots of ways that an antidot
The world is facing a growing snakebite crisis — and there's a serious shortage of antivenom
Stamford Advocate / Posted 24 days ago
of health jumped at the opportunity. But there are lots of ways that an antidote can be screwed up, according to Dr. Richard Clark, the Medical Director of the San Diego Division of the California Poison Control System and a professor of... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The world is facing a growing snakebite crisis — and there's a serious shortage of antivenomof health jumped at the opportunity. But there are lots of ways that an antidot
The world is facing a growing snakebite crisis — and there's a serious shortage of antivenom
Connecticut Post / Posted 24 days ago
of health jumped at the opportunity. But there are lots of ways that an antidote can be screwed up, according to Dr. Richard Clark, the Medical Director of the San Diego Division of the California Poison Control System and a professor of... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
The world is facing a growing snakebite crisis — and there's a serious shortage of antivenomof health jumped at the opportunity. But there are lots of ways that an antidot
The world is facing a growing snakebite crisis — and there's a serious shortage of antivenom
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
of health jumped at the opportunity. But there are lots of ways that an antidote can be screwed up, according to Dr. Richard Clark, the Medical Director of the San Diego Division of the California Poison Control System and a professor of... Read more
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Business Insider
The world is facing a growing snakebite crisis — and there's a serious shortage of antivenomof health jumped at the opportunity. But there are lots of ways that an antidot
The world is facing a growing snakebite crisis — and there's a serious shortage of antivenom
Business Insider / Posted 24 days ago
of health jumped at the opportunity. But there are lots of ways that an antidote can be screwed up, according to Dr. Richard Clark, the Medical Director of the San Diego Division of the California Poison Control System and a professor of... Read more
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KCBA FOX 35 Salinas
Strawberry grower must pay $2.4 million in back wages, finesto kickback hundreds of dollars from their pay to cover administrative costs of
Strawberry grower must pay $2.4 million in back wages, fines
KCBA FOX 35 Salinas / Posted 27 days ago
to kickback hundreds of dollars from their pay to cover administrative costs of the visa program. Administrative Law Judge Richard Clark said the company had intimidated workers, demanded kickbacks, destroyed documentation and coerced workers to... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Defunct Royal Oaks strawberry farm ordered to pay $2.4M for wage theft and visa abusemore than 400 workers during the 2010 and 2011 seasons, according to the Aug. 2
Defunct Royal Oaks strawberry farm ordered to pay $2.4M for wage theft and visa abuse
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 28 days ago
more than 400 workers during the 2010 and 2011 seasons, according to the Aug. 25 decision of Administrative Law Judge Richard Clark from the Department of Labor’s San Francisco District Office. In his decision, Clark lambasted Fernandez Farms... Read more
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KTLA-TV Los Angeles
Northern California Strawberry Grower Fined $2.4 million, Ordered to Repay Rent Demanded From Mexican Workersof bringing the laborers from villages in Mexico, according to a decision issue
Northern California Strawberry Grower Fined $2.4 million, Ordered to Repay Rent Demanded From Mexican Workers
KTLA-TV Los Angeles / Posted 29 days ago
of bringing the laborers from villages in Mexico, according to a decision issued last week by Administrative Law Judge Richard Clark. Under the federally supervised H-2A work visa program, which was designed to help offset seasonal shortages... Read more
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