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Obesity and Bikinis
bbc.co.uk

Anti-Obesity Gum

British scientists are developing a chewing gum that could help to regulate the appetites of obesity sufferers. Although the research is promising, the first infomercials are years away.

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Olmert and Abbas
from theepochtimes.com

Abbas and Olmert Agree to Informal Talk With U.S.

The United States will meet with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert for a casual three-way chat aimed at reviving Bush’s failed “road map” to peace. A successful outcome seems unlikely, with Abbas and Olmert both suffering from political weakness and with the conspicuous absence of Hamas.

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Gates
from asashop.org

Bush Administration Continues to Trash-Talk Iran

Defense Secretary Robert Gates, who only two years ago supported renewing diplomatic relations with Tehran, has taken the administration’s recent Iran bashing to heart, saying the U.S. will beef up its presence in the Persian Gulf to make sure Ahmadinejad & Co. don’t get any ideas.

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Pro-war pundits
From Radaronline.com

Why Do These Pundits Still Have Jobs?

Radar magazine takes aim at people like David Brooks (above left), Thomas Friedman (above right) and Fareed Zakaria, wondering why they haven’t been held accountable for their spectacularly erroneous pre-Iraq war analyses. The magazine also recognizes those who got it right before the war, including Jonathan Schell, Scott Ritter and Truthdig’s own Robert Scheer.

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Saddam’s Half Brother and Chief Judge Are Hanged

More gruesome news from Iraq: “Saddam Hussein’s half-brother and the head of his revolutionary court were executed before dawn [Monday], according to the Iraqi government.” (The New York Times)

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Cloned cow
From the Daily Mail

Scientists Seek to Create Docile Zombie Animals

Researchers are probing ways to create genetically modified livestock that are oblivious to their confinement and thus easier to prepare for subsequent slaughter.
Zombie bacon double-cheeseburger, anyone?

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Chicken
news.bbc.co.uk

The Cancer-Fighting Chickens of Edinburgh

The same research lab that cloned Dolly the sheep has found a way to produce cancer-fighting proteins in genetically modified chicken eggs. Although practical treatments could be years off, the process promises to reduce the cost and complexity of generating cancer medicine.

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Bush Authorizes Secret CIA Action in Lebanon

President Bush has authorized the CIA to take covert action in Lebanon against Hezbollah, according to a secret presidential finding obtained by The Daily Telegraph. As part of the policy, the CIA and other intelligence groups will subvert Hezbollah’s influence by funding activists who are supportive of Prime Minister Fouad Siniora’s government.
(h/t: Largest Minority)

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The Baker's Dozen
From ABC7News

Firestorm Over Attack on Yale Singers

Nearly two weeks after a group of San Francisco high school students assaulted the members of a Yale all-male a capella singing group—leaving two hospitalized—charges of homophobia, a police cover-up and local political indifference are making headway in the national news media.

  • Comprehensive coverage
  • Cops finish questioning singers (two weeks late)
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    Maliki
    latimes.com

    Maliki Pick Angers Iraqis and Americans Alike

    Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s choice of Lt. Gen. Abud Qanbar, a relatively unknown figure, to head the military in Baghdad has upset Iraqi military commanders and politicians. American commanders have also expressed dissatisfaction with Qanbar, due to the key role he will play in Bush’s planned escalation of the war and fears that his promotion might be motivated by a sectarian agenda.

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