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PEOPLE
Harvard President Lawrence Summers Apologizes for Saying Women Inferior to Men in Math
Admits illogical suggestion brought on by being too emotional.
 
MEDIA
TV Viewership Down; Internet Use Up
Many using web to find out when their favorite shows are on.
CBS May Replace Rather With
Multi-Anchor Format

Five or six TV journalists would each represent different aspects of his personality.
 
BUSINESS
Majority of Goods Purchased by Americans Now Made in China
We can no longer afford things made in Japan.
Bakers File Class-Action Suit Against States With Same-Sex Marriage Ban
Shown: unsold wedding cake.
HEALTH / MEDICINE
FDA Set to Decide on
Morning-After Pill

Will announce decision day after tomorrow.
Kraft to Stop Advertising
Oreos to Children

Kids will have to learn about cookie through industry journals, word of mouth, Internet chat groups.
 
HIGH TECH
Wireless Hot Spots Proliferating
It's now possible to be anywhere on Earth and receive news of some great new cure for erectile dysfunction.
 
SCIENCE
Rat Cells Grown On Silicon
Chips Could Lead to Self-
Assembling Devices

Promises mousetraps that build themselves.
 
CORRECTION
The definition of “terrorism” as “the deliberate use of torture, murder and other human rights abuses against some in order to intimidate a larger population” was mistakenly placed in our profile of Donald Rumsfeld. It should have been in the profile of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. We regret any confusion this may have caused.

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