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Aug 09, 2007 Inside the Oakland Bakery Linked to Slain Newsman

QUOTE: Bailey’s death has also prompted deep soul-searching among the city’s mostly black elite, who for years watched, but did not intervene, as Bey, who died in 2003, and his followers were implicated in a rash of violent crimes…

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Aug 01, 2007 The Politics of Blackmail

QUOTE: The cosmopolitan son of Libyan leader Muammar Kaddafi is surprisingly frank about the Middle East and his former pariah state’s nukes-for-prisoners deal with France.

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Aug 01, 2007 Black and White: A new study finds that blacks who kill whites are more likely to face execution.

QUOTE: A new study finds that blacks on death row convicted of killing whites are more likely to be executed than whites who kill minorities.

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Jul 16, 2007 The Toxic Republic: For Profit's sake, China's people are getting poisoned

QUOTE: In 1906, ordinary Americans' outrage over unsafe medicines and foodstuffs...led to passage of the landmark Pure Food and Drug Act. Right now, though, most Chinese are busy earning a living.

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Jul 09, 2007 How Green Was Live Earth, Anyway? The environment was the message at the Live Earth concert in New Jersey. But how eco-friendly was the show?

QUOTE: all of the activity was supposed to be in service of building global awareness of climate change and what to do about it. Just how Green was Live Earth, really?

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Jul 06, 2007 Unfree Speech: One of America's greatest achievements, the First Amendment, is being undermined by campaign-finance 'reform.'

QUOTE: The Fourth of July holiday makes this an apt week to reflect on one of the great underreported stories of our time: the rise of speech regulation…

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Jul 06, 2007 The Tour de France, It Is a Funny Race: The world’s most famous bicycle race is: A) in the grip of doping, B) completely drug-free or C) somewhere in between and with a lot of explaining to do.

QUOTE: with sponsors threatening to defect to less volatile (if less dramatic) sports, cycling’s governing bodies have been forced to react publicly. And even the most abiding fans have to be asking themselves how much more they can take.

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Jul 05, 2007 Danger in Uniform: An infrared patch that allows easy nighttime identification of U.S. soldiers is widely available in the United States. That's a big problem.

QUOTE: [an] important advantage over enemy forces could be eroded if a key component—infrared identification patches attached to combat fatigues that can be detected at night—were to fall into the wrong hands....Founded in 2001 with an exclusive contract to resell the military’s scrap metal and surplus merchandise, Government Liquidation has come under scrutiny from government watchdogs in the past.

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Jun 28, 2007 Why Most Sunscreens Don't Work: A new study finds that most sunscreens don't offer sufficient protection. How to find the right one.

QUOTE: the FDA reports that a new regulation addressing UVA protection is "currently in its final clearance" and will likely be released by the end of the summer...Dermatologists, however, are not buying it.

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Jun 27, 2007 This Is Your Brain On Politics

QUOTE: Ever wonder why fear-mongering seems to work so well at the polls—while appeals to reason often leave the electorate cold? A new book applies neuroscience to politics to figure out why the Democrats struggle to push the buttons in voters’ brains.

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May 07, 2007 Fraudulent 'Fairness': Conservatives dominate talk radio—but no more thoroughly than liberals dominate Hollywood, academia and much of the mainstream media.

QUOTE: By trying to again empower the government to regulate broadcasting, illiberals reveal their lack of confidence in their ability to compete in the marketplace of ideas, and their disdain for consumer sovereignty—and hence for the public.

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Feb 13, 2007 Brutal Case Studies: A new book documents a true ethics horror story.

QUOTE: Washington's new book, "Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans From Colonial Times to the Present," reveals that the 40-year Tuskegee study—which allowed black men with syphilis to die untreated so their cadavers could be used for research—was neither the first nor the last time that unwitting black subjects were exploited by medical researchers in the United States.

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Feb 03, 2007 Financial Planning: Wills and Other Ways

QUOTE: Nowadays your will may affect only a fraction of what you own. Most of your serious property will probably pass outside your will, through joint ownership, living trusts or the beneficiary forms attached to life insurance and retirement accounts. If the forms aren't in sync (and they're often not), the wrong person might inherit or an adult child (maybe you) might get less than the parents intended.

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Sep 25, 2006 Fighting Over the Kids: Battered spouses take aim at a controversial custody strategy.

QUOTE: It may seem hard to fathom how a judge could award custody to a parent accused of abuse. But battered spouses often don't file criminal charges—so no judicial finding is made against their mates—and family-court judges typically aren't trained to referee the complexities of abusive relationships.

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Aug 10, 2006 Doping: The Dark Before the Dawn

QUOTE: Only when the risks to the athletes, the coaches and the teams far outweigh the rewards of cheating will the system tilt back in favor of honest competition.

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Mar 27, 2006 The Perfect Score: Student cheating is reaching new levels,forcing an overhaul of standardized tests.

QUOTE: What's turning students into crooks? First and foremost, technological advances have made cheating easier than ever.

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Aug 02, 2005 Eyes Right: Early screening can fix serious vision problems. How doctors and lawmakers are lobbying to ensure kids get access to the tests they need.

QUOTE: ...preschool screenings only catch 68 percent of children with vision problems, while the worst screenings only catch 37 percent...The screenings tend to be less comprehensive than exams conducted by an optometrist or ophthalmologist...

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Aug 04, 2003 Money: Beware the Fund Traps

QUOTE: Almost one of every three complaints to the National Association of Securities Dealers this year is about mutual funds; in 1999 it was one of 20.

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Feb 24, 2003 Holes in the Safety Net: A startling number of sex offenders are off the grid

QUOTE: Megan’s Law...requires states to keep records of the whereabouts of freed rapists and child molesters, and to make those lists available to the public...But a new survey reveals that state and local authorities are doing a horrible job keeping track.

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May 21, 2001 Waiting For Justice

ABSTRACT: Everything seemed set-- until an embarrassed FBI admitted it failed to turn over papers in the case of Tim McVeigh.

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