AT&T Reduces Rates For High-data Plans
AT&T Reduces Rates For High-data Plans
Boston Marathon Bomber's College Friend Gets 6 Years in Prison
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AT&T is reducing cellphone rates for family plans with large amounts of data. The new rates are available starting Sunday and apply to plans with at least 10 gigabytes of data shared by two or more phones on a single account. Savings start at $10 per phone per month. A family of four sharing 10 gigabytes will pay $160 a month combined instead of $200 under the most recent rates. The changes represent AT&T's latest effort to get customers to pay more overall by upgrading from lower-use plans. In some cases, families will actually pay less if they upgrade.
A college friend of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was sentenced Tuesday to six years in prison after he apologized to the victims and their families for not calling police when he recognized photos of Tsarnaev as a suspect. Dias Kadyrbayev, 21, pleaded guilty last year to obstruction of justice and conspiracy charges for removing items from Tsarnaev's dorm room after recognizing his friend in photos released by the FBI days after the bombing.
After all the defiance, all the excuses and all the blustery insistence that he would continue to lead FIFA, global soccer's disgraced governing body, Sepp Blatter on Tuesday finally announced that he'll do what virtually the entire soccer world has wanted him to do all along: Quit. Blatter announced his intention to step down as president at a surprise news conference in Zurich, Switzerland, where FIFA is headquartered.
President Barack Obama awarded posthumous Medals of Honor, the highest U.S. award for bravery, on Tuesday to two soldiers for gallantry during World War One, cases that were dogged by concerns over discrimination. Obama awarded the medals to Sergeant William Shemin of Bayonne, New Jersey, and Private Henry Johnson, of Albany, New York, 97 years after they saved comrades on French battlefields. Obama said in the White House ceremony, "They both risked their own lives to save the lives of others.
The Good Wife is in need of a reinvention. The show is at a crossroads. Season six of the acclaimed legal drama ended with Archie Panjabi 's Kalinda Sharma and Julianna Margulies' Alicia Florrick "sharing" one final scene together after not appearing in the same scene in more than 50 episodes. "Sharing" is in quotes because reports have surfaced—and Panjabi has not denied them —that the scene was a CGI creation. Now, season seven is upon us. Kalinda is gone. The Good Wife needs to keep on going. Yes, the death of Kalicia was a major blow to the show, but it wasn't the only aspect that attracted so many to the show. It's time to go back to the basics and remind viewers why we loved the series in the first place: Alicia Florrick.
Retailer American Apparel has been granted a restraining order against the company's founder and former boss, Dov Charney. The Delaware court order temporarily restrains Charney from breaking a previous agreement. It prevents him from making any negative statements in the press about the company and from trying to get board members removed. He was ousted last year after an investigation into alleged misconduct. It followed a series of sexual harassment claims made by former employees. American Apparel has already sued Charney once for breaking the agreement.
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