Summary Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons proved the 'no pain, no gain' motto on Monday when he got sick on the football field and continued to play. . In the first half, when the Steelers were trailing the Houston Texans 10-0, Timmons was seen throwing up on the field just before the snap. .
Summary Fans of the Kiss You hitmaker have put up a heartfelt banner on the side of a busy Los Angeles freeway after the 20-year-old singer was forced to pull over and throw up there following a night of heavy partying, The Sun newspaper reports.
Summary A New York City-based investor bought the 350,000-square-foot edifice in downtown Buffalo today, spending $2.775 million to take control of the eight-story building at 377 Main St. The buyer, Landco H&L Inc., is registered to an address in Flushing, Queens, but could not be further identified beyond the corporate name.
Summary A gas station burns on the night a Missouri grand jury decided to not indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson over the shooting death of Michael Brown. A store in Ferguson, Mo., is vandalized after the announcement of the grand jury decision.
Summary Sworn in as an attorney on November 6, 2014, Zelepugas graduated from John Marshall Law School in May 2014 and passed the Illinois State Bar and the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office Registration Exam. In the summer of 2012, Eric traveled to China and participated in an American Bar Association-approved China Intellectual Property Program for 4-weeks.
Summary Between 2007 and 2012, fraudulent refunds claimed with tax returns that used a prisoner's Social Security number jumped from $166 million to $1 billion. Despite a series of reports highlighting the need for the IRS and prison facilities to swap information about fake prisoner tax returns, the agency still hasn't forged agreements with prison systems, the latest report said.