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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, …
Can't Possibly Be True Wednesday, February 19
"This [was] my life," said musician Boujemaa Razgui in December, referring to 13 handmade flutes he played professionally, "and now they're gone." Arriving in New York City from Madrid 
with the 13 woodwinds in his checked luggage, he was shocked …
NEVER GETS OLD Wednesday, April 16
In February, Dayton, Ohio, bus driver Rickey Wagoner, 49, survived a three-bullet shooting that police said was probably a gang initiation randomly targeting him as he worked on his bus' engine. A police sergeant told the Dayton Daily News Wagoner …
Unclear on the Concept Wednesday, February 19
Oregon inmate Sirgiorgio Clardy, 26, filed a handwritten $100 million lawsuit in January against Nike for inadequately marketing its Air Jordans. Clardy, a convicted pimp, earned an 
"enhanced" penalty for using a "dangerous weapon" to maim a …
TO GET TO THE OTHER SIDE Wednesday, April 16
The most recent "monument" offered by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is its proposed 10-foot tombstone along U.S. 129 in Gainesville, Ga., to honor the "several" chickens killed when a truck overturned in January. No humans were hurt in …
Saved by the Blimps Wednesday, February 19
Americans who've grown used to hearing our 
nation is militarily without peer may have been 
shocked to learn in January (as CBS News reported in a Pentagon interview) that America has "practically zero capability" either to detect enemy cruise …
BARKING UNDER OATH Wednesday, April 16
Allowing dogs as "witnesses" in court cases in France has become "something of a recent trend," reported European news site The Local Paris edition in April. Tango, a 9-year-old Labrador retriever, took the witness stand in Tours so the judge could …
Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em Wednesday, February 19
Ed Forchion sits in a Burlington County, N.J., jail (where he'll stay for a few more months), serving a term for marijuana possession. For 10 days each month until his release, though, the same judge who sentenced him promised to let him go smoke …
ZERO TOLERANCE Wednesday, April 16
Another questionable school suspension was decreed in March in Virginia Beach, when a sixth-grader who'd prevented a classmate from intentionally harming himself was punished for her altruism. Adrionna Harris had convinced a boy to hand over a razor …
 
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