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  • Vol. 20, No. 25
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  • The Last Smoking Tour of Boise

    "It's like french fries and ketchup. Smoking and drinking go hand in hand."
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  • Amanda Knox Judge Gives Reasons for Murder Acquittal

    An Italian judge has said the murder conviction against Amanda Knox in the slaying of her British roommate Meredith Kercher was overturned because evidence used by a lower court against the American and her Italian boyfriend didn't hold up.
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  • The Next of Kim

    Opinion: The only steady and abiding truth about North Korea is that nobody on the outside knows.
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