Santorum's comments: wrong but constitutional

"If the Supreme Court says that you have the right to consensual sex within your home," Sen. Rick Santorum told an AP reporter, "then you have the right to bigamy, you have the right to polygamy, you have the right to incest, you have the right to adultery. You have the right to anything." More

NOW leader makes bad choice in abortion debate

Future public-relations students someday will study what may become known as "The Mavra Stark Mistake." Stark is the president of the National Organization for Women's Morris County, N.J., chapter who is protesting the double-murder charge in the Laci Peterson case. More

Heavy backpacks should be outlawed in state

Any parent who has seen her children struggle to hoist a 50-pound backpack over their tiny shoulders will endorse Sen. Curtis Person

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World-changing science project gets short shrift

A marvel of modern scientific discovery

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So Canada is no longer playing the nice guy, ey?

Oh, Canada, what the heck is going on? In a staggering display of in-your-face defiance, the Canadian government now says it will not turn over any members of Saddam Hussein's crew

SARS fear could send global economy reeling

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This young man needs a hand up, not a hand out

As I tipped down Chicago's State Street toward Marshall Field's, all I could think about was needing a pair of flat shoes. "Miss, would you be interested in buying something?" a young man asked as he walked up to me holding a cardboard box. More
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