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Go Underground Wednesday, March 19
With property values sky-high in posh London boroughs like Chelsea and Kensington, some super-wealthy residents desiring to expand — and who might ordinarily be forced to build up higher — are building down, constructing elaborate, multistory …
Costs of Spain's Collapse Wednesday, March 19
London's Daily Mail reported in March that Spain may have as many as 2,900 recently abandoned "villages" (areas of land with clusters of houses) deserted by owners forced into cities to find work in the current recession — and that speculators …
Faster! Faster! Wednesday, March 19
NOTW has reported on the staggeringly large amounts of money to be made by financial trading firms that execute buys and sells even a split-second before another firm. In January, The Wall Street Journal reported the "race to zero" ("zero" being …
People With Issues Wednesday, March 19
A more ornate, dedicated subset of cross-dressers — "living dolls" or "maskers" — was captured for a British TV documentary in January (likely to appear on U.S. TV soon). "Secrets of the Living Dolls" follows ordinary men (one, a forklift …
Least Competent Criminals Wednesday, March 19
Christopher Fulton turned himself in in Midwest City, Okla., in March after seeing a surveillance photo of the robbery of an IBC Bank. He told police he indeed must be the robber, that he saw his body in the bank photo — though he insisted his …
The New Normal Wednesday, March 19
A plaintiff in an auto-accident lawsuit, who's claiming an injury that's impaired her inclination for "social activities," was ordered by a judge in Nova Scotia to prove her loss by showing a reduction in the time she spent on Facebook. Justice Glen …
Get Thee Behind Me, Janus! Wednesday, March 19
Arizona-based Christian "exorcist" Bob Larson, who claims to have performed more than 20,000 demon-expulsions, recently branched out by allegedly (in front of CNN's Anderson Cooper) cleansing a client in Norway — via the Internet-enabled phone …
HORNY HUNTING Wednesday, April 16
The billion-dollar deer-farming industry in America produces generations of bucks growing progressively larger antler racks mainly for bragging rights by so-called "hunters" who pay big bucks (pun intended) to kill them in fenced-in fields so they …
Find That Genius! Wednesday, February 19
Beijing Genomics Institute scientists are closing 
in on a technology to allow parents to choose, from several embryos, one most likely to yield the smartest offspring. London's Daily Mail (in January, referencing recent work in Wired, The Wall …
CRAPPY DUNKS Wednesday, April 16
NOTW has chronicled the sad saga of India's holy but severely polluted Ganges River, on which millions of Hindus are dependent — through hands-on worship — for worldly success and salvation. Now, recent reports reveal the second-holiest river, …
 
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