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ASSOCIATED PRESS An Amarillo woman who mailed 78 pounds of marijuana to herself was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in federal prison today. Tiffany Joy Kelly, 28, pleaded guilty in October to one count of illegal use of a communication facility, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Dallas...
Rob Stein THE WASHINGTON POST A Texas company has started producing batches of ready-made embryos that single women and infertile couples can order after reviewing detailed information about the race, education, appearance, personality and other characteristics of the egg and...
SEAN GONSALVES Cape Cod Times Jasmine Tallman doesn't think she's even close to being overweight. Neither does the school nurse, really. Still, Jasmine, a 4-foot tall, 66-pound, third-grader at Hyannis Elementary School, was sent home last week with a letter stating she was ''at...
By STEPHANIE SAUL Published: January 6, 2007 Too many dogs are lounging around at home all day while their owners work, then stuffing on table scraps in front of the television at night, so much so that veterinarians say there is an epidemic of canine obesity in this country...
Associated Press Sunday, January 7, 2007; Page A02 NEW YORK, Jan. 6 -- Toys 'R' Us Inc. agreed Saturday to award a Chinese American infant a $25,000 prize in a New Year's baby contest, days after the company disqualified the girl because her mother is not a legal U.S. resident...
By Robert Davis, USA TODAY Taser International today unveils a new model of its controversial stun gun designed for widespread use by regular folks. It's more affordable and small enough to be stashed in a purse or backpack. Critics and supporters have a lot to say about the...
Friday, January 05, 2007 DULUTH, Ga. — For years, Lisa Ann Taylor's neighbors suspected something was going on behind the doors of her white-columned, million-dollar mansion in one of suburban Atlanta's most exclusive neighborhoods. Scantily clad women were seen posing for...
By Charles Hurt THE WASHINGTON TIMES January 8, 2007 A number of leading Christian conservative groups have formed a coalition on immigration and illegal aliens that will push religiously grounded positions that both sides of the current immigration debate will both love and...
January 6, 2007 By KAREN ROBINSON-JACOBS The Dallas Morning News Starting Monday, patrons of the Dallas-based Pizza Patrón chain, which caters heavily to Latinos, will be able to purchase American pizzas with Mexican pesos. Restaurant experts and economists said they knew of no...