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Why CBS Can't Be Trusted With the News

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What may seem like a small story of interest merely to geeks and journalists shows that corporations do, in fact, tell their editors what they can say.

Zimmerman Makes Bid for Online Support

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George Zimmerman has taken to the Web to drum up support -- and to support himself. The 28-year-old former neighborhood watch patrolman, who shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla., on Feb. 26, has launched a website seeking donations to cover his legal and living expenses.

Facebook May Morph Your Brain

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Here we have the latest news in the blossoming social networking subdiscipline of neurology, about which we are not entirely kidding, as a team of researchers from University College London has found a possible link between the size of their subjects' flocks of Facebook friends and the size of certain parts of their brains. (more)

Amazon's Sweatshop
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Amazon's warehouse has brutal working conditions; women are beginning to take over the workforce; meanwhile, a website and app have been developed to tell you how many slaves are working for you. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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