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Judge fines NYC over protester detentions

A judge in Manhattan held the city of New York in contempt Thursday, saying police did not abide by his order to release more than 500 people arrested in protests this week.

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Drivers trade privacy for insurance discounts

An electronic monitor the size of a matchbook closely tracked Sevlie's driving time and behavior. If he had a heavy foot or was a sudden braker, the auto data recorder would betray him.

Arnold Schwarzenegger's Blunder at the Republican Convention

At the Republican Convention, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger said he became a Republican after listening to a televised debate between Hubert Humphrey and Richard Nixon in 1968.
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South Korea admits nuclear experiments

Officials in South Korea have told the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that government scientists conducted nuclear experiments to enrich uranium four years ago.

'Up to 100 bodies in siege school'; Russian forces seize control

A reporter who has seen inside the burnt out gymnasium of the school under siege in southern Russia said he has seen a large number of corpses.
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