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PEOPLE
Canada's Prime Minister Says He Might Try Pot If It's Legalized
“But only the good stuff, no stems or seeds, just to see what it's like,” he adds.
 
ENTERTAINMENT
ESPN Replaces Rush Limbaugh
"The David Duke Sports Report" begins next week.
 
BUSINESS
Leviís Closes Last North
American Plant

Employees refuse offer to move to Malaysia and work for three dollars a month.
Chrysler Has High Hopes for 2004
"Crossfire" Sports Car

But faces stiff competition from Honda's
"Ambush," Ford's "Drive-By Shooting."
Suspenders Expo Sets Attendance Record
Normally staid affair has best turnout in its history.
SCIENCE
Universe's Missing Dark
Matter Found

Also, all your missing socks.
Nigeria's First Satellite
Placed in Orbit

Will vastly improve delivery of bogus e-mail solicitations.
White House: Rapid Melting of Arctic Ice Shelf Not Due to Global Warming
Officials say polar bears are to blame.
 
HEALTH / MEDICINE
43.6 Million Uninsured as
2.4 Million More Americans
Lose Jobs, Health Care

Upside: they have more time to exercise.
Study: Women More Likely
To Get Hangovers After
Excessive Drinking

Men more likely to start wars.
Sunscreen Does Not Prevent
Melanoma Caused by Exposure
To Sun, Says Study

But does help if combined with wearing hats, sunglasses, shirts, pants, shoes, socks, and staying indoors.

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