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Britt Robson breaks down the Wolves' win over the Spurs at Balls.
We remember Kathryn Gemme, a Red Sox fan since 1912, at Corpus Obscurum.
The Village Voice's loss is our gain as Lindsey Thomas reveals the Pazz 'n' Jop winners she left languishing on her hard drive. Her best albums and singles of 2006 are at This Is Pop.
Prime Minister Romano Prodi will campaign at the United Nations for a global ban on the death penalty.
Twins were born at Boston's New England Medical Center Sunday night as the last baby of 2006 and the first baby of 2007.
Rooted in the notion that clean drinking water, like air, is a God-given resource that shouldn't be packaged and sold, a fledgling campaign against the bottling of water has sprung up among religious groups.
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"I didn't want to take this position... I wish I could be done with it even before the end of this term."
— Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to the Wall Street Journal
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