PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

"The U.S. looks at privacy largely as a consumer and an economic issue; in the rest of the developed world, it is regarded as a fundamental right."

Looking at Bush's second-term report card.

Supreme Court justice cites "serious flaws" in use of the death penalty.

FDA set to rule on the morning-after pill this month.

* New Saudi king pardons three jailed dissidents.
* Motorcycle fatalities have risen sharply in Florida since the state repealed its mandatory helmet law.
* Huh. Christian groups pressure Bush on North Korea.
* E.J. Dionne Jr. sees no holiday for Bush.
* Ohio sniper to plead guilty.
* "In the past four years, the U.S. attorney's office in Alexandria has settled federal allegations of poor care with the owners of seven Virginia nursing homes and two management companies. In each case, the government agreed to keep the settlements confidential unless the nursing homes decided to go public."
* Federal judge rules the EPA has failed to protect children from rat poison.
* Turns out cosmic rays, instead of granting super powers, just harm pilots' vision.
* Modern cats not related to the sabretooth?
* New book explaining memories of alien abductions.

Examining the riddle of the appendix.

Vietnam war documentary finally sees a wide release, to some controversy.

Looking at the individual lives of the London bombing victims.

Howard Kurtz remembers Peter Jennings. Also, Post editorial.
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