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Computer for space station sabotaged Wires in the device were cut, maybe at a subcontractor's plant. NASA officials say it wouldn't have caused harm. By Alan Zarembo, Times Staff Writer July 27, 2007 A computer scheduled to be delivered to the International Space Station next...
Pharmacists Sue State Over 'Morning-After Pill' Requirement Friday, July 27, 2007 SEATTLE — Pharmacists have sued Washington state over a new regulation that requires them to sell emergency contraception, also known as the "morning-after pill." In a lawsuit filed in federal...
Case against HIV suspect detailed Frisco: 4 exes contracted virus; police unsure if others have it 12:00 AM CDT on Friday, July 27, 2007 By TIARA M. ELLIS / The Dallas Morning News tellis@dallasnews.com At one point last year, Philippe Padieu was dating four women at the same...
AP: New details on Tillman's death By Martha Mendoza, AP National Writer SAN FRANCISCO — Army medical examiners were suspicious about the close proximity of the three bullet holes in Pat Tillman's forehead and tried without success to get authorities to investigate whether the...
Tennessee Bans Prison Visitors From Wearing G-Strings, Sexy Lingerie Add G-strings and push-up bras to the list of prison contraband. The Tennessee Department of Correction will ban visitors from wearing thong underwear and bust-enhancing "water brassieres" when a revised set of...
Man Jailed For Putting Family's Faces On Porn Pics PROVO - A Utah County man will spend six weeks in jail for editing sexually explicit photographs -- to include faces of family and LDS community members. Lance Rushton, 37, was sentenced to spend 45 days in jail for creating the...
Judge strikes down Pa. city's anti-illegal immigration law 05:40 PM CDT on Thursday, July 26, 2007 From Staff and Wire reports A federal judge on Thursday struck down Hazleton, Pa.,’s tough anti-immigration law, ruling unconstitutional a measure that has been copied around the...
MU study ties heavy drinking to fake IDs By JACOB LUECKE of the Tribune’s staff Published Wednesday, July 25, 2007 A new study from University of Missouri-Columbia researchers confirms what many college students apparently already know: Fake IDs and heavy drinking go hand in...
Missouri Man Claims He Was Denied Adoption Because of His Weight Wednesday, July 25, 2007 A Missouri man claims he's being discriminated against due to his weight, according to MyFoxKC.com. Gary Stocklaufer said he and his wife, Cynthia, were asked to adopt Gary's cousin's 3-...