A recent outbreak of E.Coli in Europe which has killed 18 people and sickened over a thousand others has prompted many airlines to change their food menus. It is believed that the e.coli strain may have come from bacteria found on cucumbers, lettuce and other fresh vegetables used to make salads.
News from June 2011
The recent immigration law signed by Georgia’s Governor Nathan Deal will officially go into effect on July 1st, 2011. A national civil rights organization, the American Civil Liberties Union, along with several local civil rights groups filed a lawsuit against the immigration law which seeks to crack down on illegal immigration statewide.
Delta Airlines has a major problem. It has been ranked last consistently for the past three years in the area of customer service.
The US has undergone several major weather related incidences over the past few months. From the ice storm that wreaked havoc in Atlanta in January to the severe tornadoes that killed hundreds of people across the South and the Midwest, this year has been one for the record books when it comes to violent weather.
Richard Heene, who with his wife, Mayumi, pleaded guilty to felony charges related to the 2009 “Ballon Boy” incident are auctioning off the flying saucer to raise money for tsunami victims in Japan.