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Told to express emotion for a creative writing class...

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CHICAGO — Told to express emotion for a creative writing class, high-school senior Allen Lee penned an essay so disturbing to his teacher, school administrators and police that he was charged with disorderly conduct, officials said.

The incident has helped fuel the hand-wringing post-Imus debate about free speech...

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The incident has helped fuel the hand-wringing post-Imus debate about free speech and supposed double standards of offense. People claim that in a coarse and irreverent culture, it's difficult to know where the line is -- especially since it seems to be in different places for different people. Or, as Time magazine asked in a recent headline: Who Can Say What?

Shao Yicheng, 82, a plaintiff in one of the lawsuits ruled on Friday, was forced to work without ... Japan Court Rules Against

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Shao Yicheng, 82, a plaintiff in one of the lawsuits ruled on Friday, was forced to work without pay for a Japanese construction company during World War II. At a news conference, he called the decision unjust.

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TOKYO, April 27 In two landmark rulings, Japan 's highest court on Friday rejected compensation claims filed by for...

man suffered amnesia after he crashed his motorcycle into a lamp post in Xinyang City, China. Aft... I dont believe Ive had t

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man suffered amnesia after he crashed his motorcycle into a lamp post in Xinyang City, China. After two days in the hospital, his memory was nearly restored. The only problem is that he can no longer remember his wife of nine years.

IT’S A MATTER OF SIMPLE JUSTICE, OFFICER . . . A man in London called the police emergency number because his wife refused to have sex with him. He told...

According to the Census Bureau's 2000 Form, there are 1.6 million adopted children under the age of 18 in. U.S.

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. The vast majority - 87 percent - were born in the U.S.

But foreign adoptions are on the rise, almost tripling over the past 15 years. The U.S. State Department issued more than 22,000 visas to orphans entering the U.S. in 2006. The highest numbers were from China, Guatemala and Russia.

The federal government said that it would give power companies special rights to build their line... WEEK IN REVIEW...

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The federal government said that it would give power companies special rights to build their lines in the Washington region and some other parts of the country, permitting the companies to bypass state authority if necessary in the interest of bolstering the nation's electrical grid.

The change could give Dominion Virginia Power greater authority to build a controversial line through Nor...

Take bathing suits. It slaps a 28 percent tax on men's imports, but just 12 percent on women's.... In Apparel, All Tariffs Aren

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Take bathing suits. It slaps a 28 percent tax on men's imports, but just 12 percent on women's.

Or overalls. The government imposes a 14 percent tariff on women's, but only 9 percent on men's.

Woven wool shirts? Men's are hit with an 18 percent duty, more than twice as much as women's.

There is no apparent pattern to the tariffs, which penalize men in some instances, and...

Clothiers fight tradition of gender bias in tariffs on apparel Congress, it turns out, play... Clothiers fight tradition of gen

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Clothiers fight tradition of gender bias in tariffs on apparel

Congress, it turns out, plays fashion favorites.

Take bathing suits. It slaps a 28 percent tax on men's imports, but just 12 percent on women's.

Or overalls. The government imposes a 14 percent tariff on women's, but only 9 percent on men's.

There is no apparent pattern to the tariffs, which p...

ISLE OF YOUTH, Cuba - Grease dribbling through his fingers, the Italian gobbles up two fried lobs... Dollars can still buy love

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ISLE OF YOUTH, Cuba - Grease dribbling through his fingers, the Italian gobbles up two fried lobsters while the girl, young enough to be his granddaughter, picks at some rice and waits.

Facing them, I picture his chubby hands on this pretty 20-year-old mulatta and think about the thin wall between their bedroom and the one I've just rented in this Cuban family home.

I know this goe...

Asian American rockers find solidarity on Eugene Song's collection, Compilasian. APA breaks it d... April 27, 2007: News from A

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Asian American rockers find solidarity on Eugene Song's collection, Compilasian. APA breaks it down.

Armed with technical brilliance and cosmopolitan charm, Yundi Li classes up the LA Philharmonic.

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Palm Springs Film Festival Overview, Part Two: Sight and Sound

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