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  • The Supreme Court decided to uphold the federal ban partial-birth abortions.

A little history: the law was vetoed by President Clinton twice, then signed into law by President Bush.

The law was arguably unconstitutional - granted, like almost every law - which is what two separate lower courts found before the case was repealed to the Supreme Court.

    Birthing a Debate

    The Supreme Court decided to uphold the federal ban partial-birth abortions. A little history: the law was vetoed by President Clinton twice, then signed into law by President Bush. The law was arguably unconstitutional - granted, like almost every law - which is what two separate lower courts found before the case was repealed to the Supreme Court.

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  • How many of you have ever envisioned Jesus riding gloriously into Jerusalem like Billy the Kid, on a horse that was poached from its hapless owner? According to the Bible, that's exactly how it went down (Luke 19:30-34).

I'd still believe in ghosts today if I had never investigated.

    Losing My Religion

    How many of you have ever envisioned Jesus riding gloriously into Jerusalem like Billy the Kid, on a horse that was poached from its hapless owner? According to the Bible, that's exactly how it went down (Luke 19:30-34). I'd still believe in ghosts today if I had never investigated.

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  • For some the adage

    Holocaust Survivors Need Better Treatment from Israel

    For some the adage "home is where the heart is" doesn't carry as much truth as it does for others. Often we take our homes for granted, not really being thoughtful as to why or how we got there. However, for many of the 250,000 Jews who survived the Holocaust 62 years ago and who are spending the last years of their lives in Israel, this idiom is more of a cruel joke.

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  • The girls' sparkling dresses gleamed as they stood next to their prom dates in pressed tuxedos.  Each couple posed for a picture with their friends, and all of the anxious students, black and white alike, lined up at the Turner County Civic Center in Ashburn, Ga.

    A Desgregated Prom, 50 Years too Late

    The girls' sparkling dresses gleamed as they stood next to their prom dates in pressed tuxedos. Each couple posed for a picture with their friends, and all of the anxious students, black and white alike, lined up at the Turner County Civic Center in Ashburn, Ga.

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  • Since 2003, the African country of Sudan has served as the backdrop to the violent conflict that has consumed the western region of Darfur.

For more than four years, the impoverished region has been under attack by the Sudanese government after two rebel groups, the Sudan Liberation Army and the Justice and Equality Movement, accused the government of neglecting Darfur.

    Developments in Darfur, Too Late?

    Since 2003, the African country of Sudan has served as the backdrop to the violent conflict that has consumed the western region of Darfur. For more than four years, the impoverished region has been under attack by the Sudanese government after two rebel groups, the Sudan Liberation Army and the Justice and Equality Movement, accused the government of neglecting Darfur.

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  • Buried beneath the media frenzy and shock over the Virginia Tech shootings is the scandal over World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz's lapse in judgment.

Appointed by President Bush, Wolfowitz is facing harsh criticism and has been asked to step down by the bank's top officials for giving his girlfriend, Shaha Ali Riza, a pay and promotion package.

    The World Bank Woes

    Buried beneath the media frenzy and shock over the Virginia Tech shootings is the scandal over World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz's lapse in judgment. Appointed by President Bush, Wolfowitz is facing harsh criticism and has been asked to step down by the bank's top officials for giving his girlfriend, Shaha Ali Riza, a pay and promotion package.

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  • MELBOURNE, Fla.  (AP)- A doctor dressed as Captain America was arrested after groping a woman at a bar and fighting with her boyfriend, authorities said.

Patrons at the bar were dressed in costumes as part of a bar crawl Saturday night, police spokeswoman Jill Frederiksen said.

    Stranger Than Fiction

    MELBOURNE, Fla. (AP)- A doctor dressed as Captain America was arrested after groping a woman at a bar and fighting with her boyfriend, authorities said. Patrons at the bar were dressed in costumes as part of a bar crawl Saturday night, police spokeswoman Jill Frederiksen said.

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  • THURSDAY

Free Glow Bowling Thursday

3 to 7 p.m. at the TSU Underground

Women and Philanthropy Night at the Theatre

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    THURSDAY Free Glow Bowling Thursday 3 to 7 p.m. at the TSU Underground Women and Philanthropy Night at the Theatre "Stepping Out" 6:30 p.m.: Online registration is required for the event that will include admission to the play and a dessert reception. Admission is $20 per person at Young Theatre.

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