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Taste Likes Chicken Tuesday, January 21
Officials in Taiji, Japan, announced in October they would build a tourist attraction to publicize a nearby annual dolphin cull in which thousands are killed. Park planners hope to attract visitors to swim and cavort in pools among the lovable, …
Tasty TV Wednesday, March 26
In 2010, NOTW reported on the enthusiastically obese Donna Simpson, who ate meals in front of her webcam so that "chub chasers" could watch her (pay-per-view) growing larger before their eyes. Now there's a South Korean, Ms. Park Seo-yeon, 34, not …
Fine Points of the Law Tuesday, January 21
Michael Robertson, 31, argued through a lawyer before Massachusetts's highest court in November that his arrest for taking "upskirt" photos of a woman on the subway should be tossed — asserting that he has a constitutional right to take pictures …
Some Justice. No Peace Tuesday, February 18
This wasn’t about loud music or, in Dunn’s words, “thug music.” It was about entrenched stereotypes.
"Tail" As in Deer? Wednesday, March 26
Pastor Allen Parker conducts services in the nude, for the nude, according to a February report on WWBT-TV (Richmond, Va.). Parker's White Tail Chapel is located on a similarly named nudist resort in Ivor, Va., and even in winter, when disrobing …
The December federal court decision, by Judge William Pauley, dismissing a challenge to the National Security Agency's phone surveillance program, suggested that even if a citizen might prove that his constitutional right to privacy was being …
Free Pizza! What a Gas! Wednesday, March 26
After a Feb. 11 explosion at a natural gas well in Greene County, Pa., killed one worker, burned for four days and caused massive traffic jams and other inconveniences, the public relations response of well-owner Chevron was merely to give away …
Perspective Tuesday, January 21
For nearly 30 years, until 2007, the U.S. national symbol, the bald eagle, was endangered and protected, but officially they (along with golden eagles) are now so insignificant, the government is willing to endure dozens of them being chopped to …
Injudicious Wednesday, March 26
James Degorski, 41, serving life in prison for a cold-blooded mass murder during a botched restaurant robbery in Palatine, Ill., in 1993, was awarded $451,000 by a jury recently after a prison guard punched him in the face, necessitating complex …
A WAR OF LETTERS 7 hours ago
The city of Jacksonville and the feds have it out over allegation of racism at the Fire Department
 
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