“The Justice Department is completing rules to allow the collection of DNA from most people arrested or detained by federal authorities.” – um, unreasonable search and seizure, anyone? You don’t know what they’re doing with your DNA, especially if you’ve
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Abelardo Morell travels the world and converts full-size rooms (some spare, some ornately rococo) into immense camera obscura devices. He brings the outside in through a tiny pin-hole, and by the alchemy of optics, the outside is projected quite naturally
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How Congress can safeguard science from distortion, something of which both parties are historically guilty.
American consumers are discovering a disabled button on their Prius that allows them to cruise for short distances on all electricity (it works in the rest of the world) – and they’re re-enabling the button.
Judy Shepard: “I am outraged that Mars, the NFL and these players would promote such an anti-gay message. This campaign encourages the same type of hate that led to the death of my son Matthew.”
Good question. Nwsweek routinely censors it’s cover images for Americans, now they’re censoring articles, too.
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