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Parents Face Fines, Jail Time for Failure to Immunize School District Orders Parents to Appear in Court for Failure to Immunize By CULLEN DIRNER Nov. 14, 2007 A Maryland school district has ordered parents of more than 2,300 students to court Saturday for failure to immunize...
When Good News is No News By Victor Davis Hanson There's an old expression about war: "Victory has many fathers, while defeat is an orphan." But in the case of Iraq, it seems the other way around. We've blamed many for the ordeal of the last four years, but it is the American...
Perry: Roe vs. Wade to fall under Giuliani Texan tells Iowans that candidate would pick justices to reverse ruling 10:34 AM CST on Tuesday, November 13, 2007 By WAYNE SLATER / The Dallas Morning News wslater@dallasnews.com CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa – Texas Gov. Rick Perry sought to...
Poll: 4 in 10 parents say they don't play video games with kids 10:52 AM CST on Tuesday, November 13, 2007 Associated Press WASHINGTON – Jesse Lackman says his son spends a dozen hours a week waging medieval combat across the dreary dreamscapes of computer games. Just don't...
Teacher dispatches raccoon speciman with nail gun HUNTSVILLE, Ark. — A high school teacher killed a raccoon with a nail gun after discovering the planned subject of a skinning demonstration was alive. Superintendent Alvin Lievsay said a student's parent promised to bring in a...
Blacks divide along class lines template_bas template_bas Many fault individuals, not racism, for lack of success, a poll finds. By Maura Reynolds, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer November 14, 2007 WASHINGTON -- A majority of black Americans blame individual failings -- not...
Bird watcher says he thought he killed feral cat Lawyer tells jury in animal cruelty trial that naturalist believed shooting animal was legal By HARVEY RICE Copyright 2007 Houston Chronicle GALVESTON — A prominent naturalist would not have killed a stray cat had he known that it...
S.F. supervisors approve ID cards for residents Wyatt Buchanan, Chronicle Staff Writer Wednesday, November 14, 2007 San Francisco - -- The Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to issue municipal identification cards to city residents - regardless of whether they are in the country...