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Mississippi’s Scott Sisters Released

Imprisoned for 16 years for an armed robbery that netted an estimated $ 11, they drew support from civil rights activists across the nation. Now, one sister is set to donate a kidney to the other. » E-Mail This     » Add to NPR Topics: News

Your Car: Powered Soon By Four Loko

A Virginia company is taking in truckloads of boozy caffeinated drinks, including Four Loko, and recycling the stuff into pure ethanol to be blended into gasoline. » E-Mail This     » Add to NPR Topics: News

He wants to sue the government for letting him grow fat –

East Anglian Daily Times He wants to sue the government for letting him grow fatNDTV.comLondon: A Briton plans to sue the National Health Service (NHS) for ignoring his health as his weight rocketed to 444 kg, a media report said Friday.It's not my fault, the NHS should have helped: The former world's fattest man …Daily MailBritain's fattest man blames the NHS for his Former world's fattest man set to sue NHS for his weight gain – claimEast Anglian Daily TimesMedia Week (registration) –euroClinix –The Sunall 11 news articles » Most Popular – Google News

Expenses cheat MP to be sentenced

Former Labour MP David Chaytor is back in court for sentencing after pleading guilty to just over £20,000 in false expenses claims. BBC News – Home

How the Ashes were won – BBC Sport (blog) How the Ashes were wonBBC Sport (blog)We all know the happy facts. But what were the key reasons behind England's remarkable Ashes triumph of 2010-11? Four years ago, England played almost no …The Ashes 2010-11: Michael Clarke admits Australia are at rock bottomThe GuardianThe genius of teamwork wins the Ashes for EnglandFinancial TimesEngland spark biggest away Ashes party for 24 years after historic series win … –The Guardian (blog) – –Yahoo! Eurosport UKall 6,655 news articles » Most Popular – Google News

Banks to pay billions in bonuses

The government is resigned to UK banks paying billions of pounds in bonuses, despite its calls to curb the payments, the BBC learns. BBC News – Business

Obama To Tap Gene Sperling For Top Economic Post

Sperling, whose appointment as director of the National Economic Council comes amid a broader shake-up of White House staff, will have broad oversight of economic policies as the administration contends with near-double digit unemployment and looming legislative battles. » E-Mail This     » Add to NPR Topics: News