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U.S. District Court judge Marilyn Hall Patel sealed the San Francisco courtroom where RealNetworks and several Hollywood studios began squaring off over the issue of whether Real's RealDVD software can be legally sold.

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2 weeks ago a "Census Bureau" person came around asking way too many questions for me to feel comfortable about. Asked if I were married, how many people in the House, is the guest House occupied and if so how many people. I knew what he

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Wall Street Journal

Journal front-pager recently noted an Arizona man charged with attacking a freeway speed camera with a pick ax. Here's the rest of the story: He was fined $3,500, not given a parade. But don't despair. We still live in a democracy. One Arizon

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John Demjanjuk was released from federal custody Tuesday evening, just hours after six immigration officers removed the accused Nazi death camp guard from his suburban home in a wheelchair. Federal officials had taken Demjanjuk to a federal

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Rollling Stone

Meet the bankers and brokers responsible for the financial crisis - and the officials who let them get away with it.

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Washington Post

A lawsuit blaming the Army Corps of Engineers for flooding from Hurricane Katrina can proceed to trial, a judge ruled in a case seen as a likely last recourse for storm victims seeking compensation from the federal government for alleged negligence b

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AP

Using phony documents and the identities of a dead man and a 5-year-old boy, a government investigator obtained U.S. passports in a test of post-9/11 security. Despite efforts to boost passport security since the 2001 terror attacks, the investigator

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Media reports: “American Idol” is the best entertainer of the season! I disagree. This TV-Reality show is a “shockers” to audience afflicted with a Super Bowl type of entertainment addiction. It

Letters to the Editor • Global
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Washington Post

Prince William County police, social services and school officials received numerous reports from people who saw firsthand that 13-year-old Alexis "Lexie" Agyepong-Glover was being abused and neglected by her adoptive mother in the two year

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Washington Post

President Obama's decision to lift restrictions on federal funding of human embryonic stem cell research, scheduled to be announced Monday, is expected to provide a major boost to one of the most promising but controversial fields of biomedical r

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AP

3 1/2 years after Hurricane Katrina, the National Guard is pulling the last of its troops out of New Orleans, leaving behind a city still desperate and dangerous. Residents long distrustful of the city's police force are worried they will have to

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Yahoo Finance

House Democrats unveiled a $410 billion spending bill on Monday to keep the government running through the end of the fiscal year, setting up the second political struggle over federal funds in less than a month with Republicans.

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constitutionforum.us via e-mail from Kat (Thanks!)

This article is a reality check because the truth is that most Americans are so out of touch with reality that something needs to be done to wake them up.

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AP

A Pennsylvania dog groomer has been ordered to stand trial on animal cruelty charges for selling "gothic kittens" with ear, neck and tail piercings. Her home was raided after the county Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals got a

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Reuters

With a recent flurry of winter storms doing little to dampen California's latest drought, the nation's biggest public utility voted to impose water rationing in Los Angeles for the first time in nearly two decades. [When gov't. controls a

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