Bill Wisth recently went to Chuck's Place outside Milwaukee, Wis., for the all-you-can-eat fish fry. But after he ate 12 pieces of fish, the restaurant said they were out of fish. Wisth, who cried false advertising, plans a weekly picket outside the restaurant.
Ford Motor Company is making tens of thousands of white-collar retirees decide whether they want to keep getting their pension in monthly installments, or get a lump sum payout. Ford sees the unprecedented move as a way to reduce the company's liabilities.
This could be the last day of testimony in the John Edwards trial. Edwards was a rising star in the Democratic Party until an extramarital affair derailed his political ambitions. He's charged with accepting secret payments of almost a million dollars to cover up the affair and pregnancy.
Nebraska state Senator Deb Fischer won the Republican nomination Tuesday to run for a U.S. Senate seat in November. She will face former Senator Bob Kerrey, a Democrat who represented the state from 1988-2000.
The $1.4 billion project includes 12 new gates and eight security checkpoints. It's designed to allow international travelers to bypass Atlanta's main terminal. Officials hope it will attract more international businesses to Georgia.
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