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PEOPLE
DNA Lab: Neil Bush Didn't Father Child
Must return "Father of the Year" award.
Pete Coors to Run for Senate in Colorado
Brewery heir polls well among frat house residents and aluminum can recyclers.
 
POLITICS
Bush Campaign Depicts Him
As "A Uniter"

New ads show Sunnis and Shiites fighting side-by-side for the first time in their history.
 
BUSINESS
Radio Flyer "Lil' Red Wagon"
Moves Production to China

But Norman Rockwell print production will remain in India.
Ford Selling Record Number Of Bulletproof Cars
Company now plans a convertible version.
HEALTH / MEDICINE
Study: Babies Whose Mothers Ate Chocolate Every Day While Pregnant Smile and Laugh More, Less Fearful
Babies whose mothers ate chocolate ice
cream sundaes with marshmallows, whipped cream and cherries will rule the world.
 
1494 Letter From Christopher Columbus May Contain First Illustration of New World
Library of Congress says drawing (above), depicting one of Columbus's ships pulling up to waterfront casino, is earliest depiction of this continent.
 
SCIENCE
9,500-Year-Old Human, Cat Skeletons Found Buried Together in Cyprus
Possibility animal was house pet confirmed by ruined furniture.
 
HIGH TECH
New “Smart” Cars Practically
Drive Themselves

Humans still needed to flip the bird and shout obscenities at other drivers.

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