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  • Jul 14-20, 2011
  • Vol. 28, No. 9

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  • Birthday Wishes

    I’m guessing I haven’t been to a 4th of July parade since the ‘90s when I lived in Utah County.
  • Uncounted Homeless

    Many homeless people live in motels or with friends or relatives and are not counted as homeless. The root cause is the same as for any homelessness—a lack of affordable housing.
  • Open Your Eyes

    Patrick seems confused, though, as he mistakes cultural pride with distaste or a lack of appreciation for America.
  • Sex Is Its Own Punishment
  • Sex Is Its Own Punishment

    A 39-year-old woman was injured when a tombstone at Ahavath Israel Cemetery in Hamilton, N.J., fell on her leg while she and a male companion were engaged in what police Capt. James Stevens termed “extracurricular activities.”
  • Atlas
  • Atlas

    Adopting you was one of the best decisions of my life. I’m so thankful you spent your life with me. Thank you for being my little co-pilot as we traveled across the country all those times, for

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