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ENTERTAINMENT
“Weapons of Mass Destruction” Discovered in Iraq
Baghdad boy band signed by William Morris.
THEATER
Tonys to Add New Category Next Year
Award will be for “Best Musical Not Based on a Cult Movie.”
 
BUSINESS
First Class-Only Airline to Begin Service
Passengers can also pay to upgrade to Premium First Class.
McDonald's Sues Italian Critic for Saying Burgers Taste Like Rubber
Also sues meat supplier, Goodyear.
 
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
Mohammed
Saeed al-Sahaf

The friendly and confident Iraqi Minister of Information, who scoffed at the suggestion he wasn't telling the truth, is now working in a similar capacity in the White House and is often mentioned as a possible successor to Ari Fleischer. “The right man in the right place at the right time,” he jokes, in passable English.
SCIENCE
Latest: Universe Shaped
Like a Doughnut

Big Bang Theory losing ground to Deep Fried Theory.
Brit Egyptologist Finds Long-Lost
Mummy of Nefertiti

During taping of "Antiques Roadshow " in Luxor.
 
ENVIRONMENT
Suit Claims U.S. Fails to Protect Coqui Frog
Tiny creature known for thriftiness, note-taking skills.
"Limited" Revisions to Clinton's
Roadless Policy for National
Forests Move Ahead

New rules permit roads for fire prevention, habitat improvement, human health and safety, and to cut down all the trees.
 
HEALTH / MEDICINE
Harvard Forum: Obesity
Sweeping U.S.

And yet, surprisingly, everybody in beer ads is very, very thin.
British Study Says Moderate Exercise
Won't Prevent Heart Attacks

Recommended: triathlon, kick boxing, alligator wrestling, bear baiting.

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