Lunchtime Links: March 11, 2010

A former in-house lawyer with Toyota claims to have documentation that company executives and engineers actively sought to withhold information from plaintiffs’ lawyers in lawsuit against the automaker.

Women pilots who flew supply missions during World War II were honored for their service Wednesday, receiving the highest civilian honor bestowed by Congress

Corey Feldman said he was unsure that reports of Corey Haim’s death being a drug overdose are a rush to judgment.

Greek police fired tear gas to disperse protesters throwing rocks and firebombs outside Parliament as more than 20,000 people marched through central Athens during a nationwide strike against the government’s harsh new austerity measures.

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger told police in Milledgeville, Ga., no sexual intercourse took place between him and his accuser, a television station in Pittsburgh reported on Wednesday.

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