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Candidates Experience Electile Dysfunction
Analysis: Clinton, Obama, and New Hampshire by the numbers : ARS Technica article
Kucinich Seeks NH Dem Vote Recount : Associated Press article
NH Recount Uncovers Discrepancies -- Result of Human Error Officials Say : Wired article
Judge Says Torture Victims Should Have Foreseen That They Were Not Persons
In voiding suit, appellate court says torture is to be expected:  McClatchy Newspapers article      
Appeals Court Rules Against Ex-Detainees:  
Associated Press article
U.S. appeals court dismisses Guantanamo torture suit:  Washington Post article
US court rebuts torture claim by Britons:  Agence France-Presse article
Drug Companies Researching New Marketing Therapies
The Cost of Pushing Pills: A New Estimate of Pharmaceutical Promotion Expenditures in the United States : Study by Marc-André Gagnon and Joel
Lexchin
Big Pharma Spends More On Advertising Than Research And Development, Study Finds : Science Daily article
Drug companies spend nearly double on marketing compared with research: study : Canadian Press article
Canadian Court Rules America's Stance on Torture Moot
Canada: U.S. Added To Torture Watch List : CBS News report
Foreign Affairs suspects U.S. tortures prisoners : Ottawa Citize article
Judge strikes down law limiting refugee claims : CBC article
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Gentle Giants Decline Silently
African giraffes endangered:  Reuters article
African giraffes highly endangered: study:  Agence France-Presse article
Giraffe populations 'at risk':  Al-Jazeera report
NSA Plans Invasion of Privacy, Occupation of Cyberspace
Dancing Spychief Wants to Tap Into Cyberspace:  Wall Street Journal article          
NSA Must Examine All Internet Traffic to Prevent Cyber Nine-Eleven, Top Spy Says:  
Wired News article
National Intelligence Director Wants To Monitor All Net Communications:  InformationWeek article
House panel chief demands details of cybersecurity plan:  Baltimore Sun article