Monthly Archives: January 2013

Feds claim \’bamboo\’ fabric was really rayon – Life Inc.

Feds claim \’bamboo\’ fabric was really rayon – Life Inc. via Feds claim \'bamboo\' fabric was really rayon – Life Inc.. The misconception about bamboo fiber Fabric made from bamboo may not be as “green” as you think. “There is … Continue reading

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Guru: Indian rape victim shares blame for her attack

Guru: Indian rape victim shares blame for her attack via Guru: Indian rape victim shares blame for her attack. A global poll of experts last year by TrustLaw, a legal news service run by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, showed India … Continue reading

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Benin Voodoo fest abounds with mysticism, modernity

Benin Voodoo fest abounds with mysticism, modernity via Benin Voodoo fest abounds with mysticism, modernity. Voodoo, also called “vodoun” here, can be seen throughout the streets of Ouidah. One local school proudly identifies itself by the religion. Down the dusty … Continue reading

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Trial in Oregon\’s alleged Christmas bomb plot to turn on \’entrapment\’ – U.S. News

Trial in Oregon\’s alleged Christmas bomb plot to turn on \’entrapment\’ – U.S. News via Trial in Oregon\'s alleged Christmas bomb plot to turn on \'entrapment\' – U.S. News. The defense will argue “entrapment” — that the federal agents lured … Continue reading

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Texas school can force students to wear locator chips, judge rules – U.S. News

Texas school can force students to wear locator chips, judge rules – U.S. News via Texas school can force students to wear locator chips, judge rules – U.S. News. U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia said the San Antonio Northside School … Continue reading

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Supreme Court signals blood tests protected by Fourth Amendment – U.S. News

Supreme Court signals blood tests protected by Fourth Amendment – U.S. News via Supreme Court signals blood tests protected by Fourth Amendment – U.S. News. The case, Missouri v. McNeely, is seen as a landmark that could clear up almost … Continue reading

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Court: Flipping the bird at a cop doesn\’t warrant arrest – U.S. News

Court: Flipping the bird at a cop doesn\’t warrant arrest – U.S. News via Court: Flipping the bird at a cop doesn\'t warrant arrest – U.S. News. In its decision, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said that giving … Continue reading

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