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The Mail

For more than three decades it has remained one of rock music's most tantalising mysteries. Why did Jim Morrison, legendary lead singer of The Doors, suddenly collapse and die in his Paris apartment, aged only 27?

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BBC News

Was the original trial of the former Libyan intelligence agent fatally flawed? Was the evidence contaminated by the American or British authorities? Was Libya implicated out of political expediency, when all along the main suspect was Iran?

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Raw Story (video)

Olbermann went on to describe the "jaw-dropping scandal" uncovered by Congressional investigators, where, in the most serious breach of the Presidential Records Act since its enactment, hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of emails impr

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Politico

White House loyalists have begun arguing that clemency for I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby -- either a pardon or a commuted sentence -- would be a way for an embattled President Bush to reassert himself, particularly among conservatives.

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Reuters

Karl Rove and dozens of other White House staffers appear to have illegally routed official e-mails through a Republican group that subsequently deleted them, a congressional report said.

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AP

His law license lost and reputation in tatters, Mike Nifong seemingly can fall no further. But the disgraced prosecutor who committed "intentional prosecutorial misconduct" in his pursuit of the Duke lacrosse rape case faces an uncertain -

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East Valley Tribune

Trapped inside the gates of a castle he helped build, former County Manager Stanley Griffis is consumed with feelings of anger and betrayal — not because he is innocent, Griffis says, but because his closest colleagues and associates have refused to

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AP

More than a year after he took the lead in investigating claims 3 men raped a stripper at a March 2006 party thrown by Duke's highly ranked lacrosse team - the Durham County district attorney will stand trial on ethics charges ranging from lying

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by Michael Tennant (LewRockwell)

H. L. Mencken once observed, "The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary." Nowhere is this more ev

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ABC News

An Ohio man says he has located Osama bin Laden in the United States and wants to claim the U.S. government's $25 million reward. Using an online person search built from phone directories and other public records, Thomas Potter of Olmsted Fal

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AP

Lewis "Scooter" Libby, the former vice presidential aide at the center of an intelligence controversy that roiled official Washington, was sentenced to 30 months in prison Tuesday for lying and obstruction of justice. "People who oc

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Fort Worth Weekly

Since joining the Army in 1987, he had risen to the rank of sergeant first class, serving in both Gulf Wars, Bosnia, Rwanda, and Korea. He has shrapnel scars, a Purple Heart and is back after his last tour in Iraq. One e-mail derailed his career and

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