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Student Suspended for A Year for Having Ibuprofen Tablets
Year 10 high school pupil Amanda Stiles, from Louisiana, was suspended after over-the-counter Ibuprofen pills were found in her purse. Head teacher Ken Kruithof said the decision was in line with Parkway High School's tough anti-drugs rules, even though the tablets are legal.
UCI Psychologist Brags: 'We can implant entirely false memories'
"We can easily distort memories for the details of an event that you did experience," says Loftus. "And we can also go so far as to plant entirely false memories - we call them rich false memories because they are so detailed and so big."
Cannibal Freak hungry for More
A German cannibal was trying to find a second person to eat after devouring his first victim
Back To The Bad Old Days In Russia
Given the dominance of United Russia, this election looks a lot like a return to the bad old days of one-party rule.
Putin to assume the power of a Tsar
President Vladimir Putin took control of the Russian parliament last night, removing the last effective bastion of opposition to his rule and paving the way for him to assume Tsar-like power.
New Bill will 'be the back door to legal euthanasia'
Under the draft proposals, patients will be able to appoint someone to ask doctors to withhold life-sustaining treatment if they become mentally incapacitated and unable to make decisions for themselves.
Transvestite pedophile 'art' wins Turner Prize
Grayson Perry, a transvestite potter with a strong line in pornographic and paedophile imagery, won the Turner Prize yesterday.
Bush Presides Over Biggest Growth in U.S. Spending Since 1990
President George W. Bush is presiding over the biggest growth in U.S. government spending since 1990, as a Republican-led Congress provides money for programs ranging from the fight against terrorism to a dried plant exhibit at the New York Botanical Garden
The dollar dropped to a record $1.22 against the euro and fell to its lowest in more than a decade versus the British pound on speculation the Federal Reserve will keep interest rates at a 45-year low in coming months, eroding the appeal of U.S. investments.
Police shut highway in sniper hunt
Police investigating 14 sniper attacks along a stretch of motorway outside Columbus, Ohio, closed almost half the road around the city for several hours at the weekend in a search for clues
Dean Defends Theory That Bush Knew of 9/11 Plot
Democratic presidential front-runner Howard Dean insisted on Sunday that "we don't know" whether President Bush was warned in advance about al-Qaeda's plot to hijack airplanes and drive them into the World Trade Center and Pentagon two years ago.
Sick Society: Women having parts of their feet "lopped off" to fit into stylish shoes
With vanity always in fashion and shoes reaching iconic cultural status, women are having parts of their toes lopped off to fit into the latest Manolo Blahniks or Jimmy Choos. Cheerful how-to stories about these operations have appeared in women's magazines, newspapers and on television news programs.
European Union foreign ministers remained divided Monday over critical veto powers for their parliament, diminishing chances of a deal on a first-ever constitution despite a weekend deadline for action.
Europe and US clash on satellite system
European officials are set to clash with their US counterparts this week during discussions over Europe's plans to develop a satellite network to rival the US-controlled global positioning system (GPS).
Go ahead for UN internet summit
Control freak summit for total control of the Internet
Concrete, razor wire, ID cards
Analysts say security tactics in Iraq echo West Bank, as US general forecasts more violence.
US Soldiers Wrapping Entire Iraqi Villages in Barbed Wire
As the guerrilla war against Iraqi insurgents intensifies, American soldiers have begun wrapping entire villages in barbed wire.
IRAQ INSURGENTS SHOW OFF FIREPOWER
Guerillas Trying to Drive U.S. Casualties So High That American Public Turns Against The War – ‘They Could Succeed,' Pentagon Official Says
Sunday, also in Mosul, Iraqi insurgents detonated a roadside bomb as a U.S. military patrol was passing through, killing one soldier and wounding two others, U.S. military officials said.
Probe Continues in Accidental Killing of 9 Afghan Children in Coalition Attack
U.S. and Afghan military officials are investigating the accidental killing of nine Afghan children during an air attack on an alleged terrorist hideout.
Feds hype conviction rate in terror fight, critics say
The median sentence for those convicted of international terrorism during that time is just 14 days, while some convictions the government has labeled as related to counterterrorism resulted in a sentence of community service or drug rehabilitation
Gingrich Speaks Out Against Administration's Policy in Iraq, Saying The U.S. Went 'Off a Cliff'
The real key in Iraq, he says, "is not how many enemy do I kill. The real key is how many allies do I grow," he says. "And that is a very important metric that they just don't get." He contends that the civilian-run Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) is fairly isolated and powerless, hunkered down inside its bunker in Baghdad
Ban swords! Woman Slashed To Death In Sword Attack
A man slashed his wife to death with a sword Sunday in their Bronx apartment and charged police screaming "I'm God! Kill me!" when they came to investigate, officials said.
Chinese military ready for "necessary" casualties over Taiwan
Senior Chinese military officers warned Taiwan it was staring into the abyss of war and the mainland was ready for "necessary" casualties if the island pursued its independence drive
EU to fund stem cell research
Pakistan Daily Times
The European Commission will fund controversial research using stem cells harvested from human embryos, despite the failure of EU ministers to agree ethical guidelines, a commissioner said Wednesday.
IBM unveils nano-chip technology
for cellphones and Computers
IBM said Monday it made an advance in nanotechnology that could make it easier to build smaller, better performing microchips for electronics such as computers and cell phones.
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