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Elves on the Move Wednesday, January 29
To build an iron ore smelting plant in Iceland in 2009, Alcoa Inc. was forced to kowtow to the country's national obsession that elves ("hidden people") live underground and that construction projects must assure the little fellas have had a chance …
Self-Appreciation Tuesday, January 21
Everyone's Above Average: Ask Americans how they stand compared to their fellow countrymen, and in survey after survey, the vast majority rank themselves "above average" in such areas as driving skill, sexual prowess and general honesty. A recent …
Compelling Explanations Tuesday, January 21
Pastor Ray Scott Teets, 66, of Fallen Timbers Community Chapel in Springhill Township, Pa., arrested in November for alleged "inappropriate contact" with an 11-year-old girl on at least three occasions, denied to police that the meetings were …
Heal Thyself Tuesday, January 21
Robert Bourque, 55, was convicted of DUI in Sarnia, Ontario, in October, but continued to deny the charge. He admitted he had four beers on the day of the traffic stop but said the Breathalyzer result was misleading because he had recently poured …
Thug Is as Thug Does Tuesday, January 21
The mother and other relatives of William Medina, 24, said they felt hurt by the public's comments suggesting Medina and his partner in the November Reading, Pa., armed robbery were "thugs." William was a "family man" — "no big hard criminal," his …
Too Much Information Tuesday, January 21
Arvind Kejriwal, fresh from his electoral victory as chief minister of the state of New Delhi, India, was to report to work on Monday, Dec. 30, to begin fulfilling his anti-corruption administration — one that promised unprecedented "transparency" …
Celebrity Ironies Tuesday, January 21
In December, a California appeals court endorsed actor Tippi Hedren's victory suing the lawyer who earlier failed to win compensation for her from a 2006 studio accident. In Hedren's most famous movie role, she was attacked by birds in Alfred …
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, …
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 …
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 …
 
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