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More boys seek out breast-reduction surgery Teenagers account for 70% of males who got procedure Alex Kuczynski, New York Times Sunday, June 24, 2007 On a recent afternoon, Dr. Michelle Copeland, a plastic surgeon whose offices face the Metropolitan Museum of Art, clicked her...
High-Tech Titans Strike Out on Immigration Bill By ROBERT PEAR Published: June 25, 2007 WASHINGTON, June 24 — Bill Gates and Steven A. Ballmer of Microsoft have led a parade of high-tech executives to Capitol Hill, urging lawmakers to provide more visas for temporary foreign...
Study on I.Q. Prompts Debate on Family Dynamics By BENEDICT CAREY Published: June 25, 2007 The new evidence that eldest children develop higher I.Q.’s than their siblings has intensified the debate over two of the most stubborn questions in social science: What are the family...
Districts shell out in race for new teachers By TERRY WEBSTER Star-Telegram Staff Writer Starting salaries for teachers in Tarrant County are already the highest in the state, and the race is on to boost their pay even higher for the coming school year. The Northwest school...
Carroll coach who had sex with student won't go to trial Carroll ISD: Move not to indict highlights '03 law's varying results 08:30 AM CDT on Friday, June 22, 2007 By JEFF MOSIER / The Dallas Morning News jmosier@dallasnews.com A Carroll High School swimming coach who admitted...
Teacher, 40, Marries 16-Year-Old Student Girl's Coach Resigns As Teacher POSTED: 6:00 am EDT June 21, 2007 WILMINGTON, N.C. -- A 40-year-old high school teacher and cross country coach has resigned and married a 16-year-old student. A marriage license shows Brenton Wuchae...
Hutchison says she won't vote to revive immigration bill Texas' senior senator says she cannot sanction illegal immigrant 'amnesty' By MICHELLE MITTELSTADT Copyright 2007 Houston Chronicle Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas, who has been pressured...
Boost in fuel economy for cars and trucks OKd in Senate Zachary Coile, Chronicle Washington Bureau Friday, June 22, 2007 (06-22) 04:00 PDT Washington -- The Senate voted Thursday night for the first major increase in fuel-economy standards on cars, pickup trucks and sport...
No slack for slackers Colleges are revoking admissions for students who may have partied too much their senior year. By Larry Gordon, Times Staff Writer June 22, 2007 Some high school seniors may have scoffed at warnings about partying instead of studying this spring. But...