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Study: worms on hooks feel no pain (Bull.)
Scientists say lobsters feel no pain
(Bull.)
Backgrounder: Do fish feel pain?

Ten-Foot Poll on Fish---RESULT
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Do fish feel pain?
Yes
155
71%
No
63
29%
Vote total 218
 

 

West Hollywood may ban pet cosmetic surgery Takes aim at ear cropping, tail docking, debarking, other 'noncurative' procedures.

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Lab monkeys 'scream with fear' in tests Secret documents describing how some monkeys can scream in misery, fear and anger during experiments were produced in the high court yesterday as evidence that the laws intended to protect laboratory animals are being flouted.


Bush puts 'big' back in government Proposed budget is more than one-third bigger than the one the president inherited. "It is a monument to how much Republicans' guiding fiscal philosophy has changed over the 10 years since the GOP's Contract With America called for a balanced budget and abolition of entire Cabinet agencies."

L.A. TIMES EDITORIAL
.5 Cheers for Bush's Budget [Bush] is a believer in running the government on borrowed money. He took a huge surplus, turned it into a record deficit and now brags that he is on track to fulfilling his farcically modest year-old promise to cut the deficit by half before he leaves office. Budget experts doubt even this.

 

 

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Texans divided over plan for miles of wide toll roads Called the Trans-Texas Corridor, it is the most ambitious highway project since the Eisenhower administration introduced the interstate system in the 1950s. The $184 billion, 50-year plan calls for building 4,000 miles of roadways up to a quarter-mile wide. Each corridor would contain six high-speed toll lanes for cars and trucks; six rail lines and easements for petroleum, natural gas and water pipelines, as well as electric, broadband and other telecommunications lines.

Pflugerville couple reflects on whirlwind week "I was so solemn about why we were there, and then all of a sudden I realized Byron's got to be cracking up. I suppose you could do that in heaven."

GI widows struggle with finances Current 'death gratuity' is only $6,000; officials debate increasing survivor benefits.

Bomber kills 21 at Iraqi army recruiting center in Baghdad

Green Berets' numbers fall short The Army's Green Berets, a key weapon in the war on terror, are operating at under their authorized strength because of the high-attrition qualification course and because of the lure of higher-paying security work at private companies, military officials say.

 

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Back from Iraq - and suddenly out on the streets Social service agencies say the number of homeless vets is rising, in part because of high housing costs and gaps in pay.

129 wounded GIs got bills instead of paychecks

Revocation of medals adds insult to Marines' injuries

 

 

Saudis get civics lessons ahead of vote Only days before Saudi Arabia's first elections in more than 40 years, the kingdom is engaged in a wide-ranging civics seminar on what it means to vote in a country named for the family that rules it.

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House of Saud

The House of Saud has controlled every aspect of Saudi life and politics since the kingdom was established in 1932. But outside the Desert Kingdom, little is known about Saudi Arabia's secretive royal family. In "House of Saud," FRONTLINE explores how the Al Saud family maintains its hold on power in the face of growing tensions between Islam and modernity. Through interviews with members of the royal family, government officials, and other experts from Saudi Arabia and the U.S., the two-hour documentary also traces America's relations with the Saudi royal family from their first alliance in the 1930s through September 11 and beyond to the present day.

 

 

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Zoo tempts gay penguins to go straight Where's Falwell when we need him?

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