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______________________________________________________________ Did Chelsea Clinton handle the 'Lewinsky' question well? USA Today/On Politics March 26, 2008 There's still much discussion today, especially in the conservative talk show world, about how Chelsea Clinton responded...
_______________________________________________________________ AISD Okays Cell Phones and Game Boys On Campus KLBJ Newsroom 3/25/2008 A split on Austin Independent School District board expands the district's policy on cells phones and game machines so that students in...
______________________________________________________________ Excessive emails and text are a mental illness News.com.au March 23, 2008 PEOPLE who send excessive texts and emails may have a mental illness, according to an article in a leading psychiatric journal. As more people...
_______________________________________________________________ Governor sees 'productive' talks on Virginia Tech settlement CNN March 25, 2008 WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Virginia officials are working to compensate victims' families for last year's Virginia Tech shooting spree, which...
______________________________________________________________ Paulson: Action needed on Social Security Treasury secretary says program is 'financially unsustainable.' Trustee report says government will have to pay back what it owes starting in 2017. By Jeanne Sahadi CNNMoney...
______________________________________________________________ Air Traveler `Bill of Rights' Downed by Appeals Court By Andrew Harris Bloomberg News March 25, 2008 A U.S. appeals court threw out New York's airline ``Passenger Bill of Rights,'' a law guaranteeing delayed...
ST. PETERSBURG, Florida (Reuters) - Pro wrestling and reality TV star Hulk Hogan was sued in Florida on Monday by the family of a man who was critically injured in the crash of a car driven by Hogan's teenage son. The suit filed in Pinellas County by the parents of John Graziano...
Mary Wolski was celebrated as the first female firefighter in the city of Erie's history when she was hired in 1997. But a decade later, Wolski was quietly terminated from her job after city officials said she admitted to starting a fire in her father's house on Dec. 28, 2006,...
By SARAH E. NEEDLEMAN It doesn't take long for male bachelor's-degree graduates to financially outpace their female counterparts upon entering the work force, a new study shows. After one year of full-time employment, women earn 20% less than their male colleagues, according to...