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6/14: Morning Communique

CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS

Peter S. Scholtes discusses one of the most-sampled backbeats in popular music at Complicated Fun.

THESE DAYS

The Department of Homeland Security allowed a man to enter its headquarters last week using a fake Matricula Consular card as identification, despite federal rules that say the Mexican-issued card is not valid ID at government buildings.

Sander Daselaar of the Netherlands' University of Amsterdam and Roberto Cabeza of Duke University studied 14 healthy young adults and found that the healthy brain may still hold memories that are believed forgotten.

U.S. District Judge Frank C. Damrell Jr. rejected a lawsuit from an atheist who said having the phrase "In God We Trust" on U.S. coins and dollar bills violated his First Amendment rights.

MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY

MPR's Stephanie Curtis discusses new releases and reviews DVDs at the Movie Maven.

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TIME WASTERS

Help Screech save his house

It's Cho vs. Smokey in this episode of Ultimate Cat Fighting

FREEDOM OF SPEECH

"Maybe you can wear jeans for a living and make out with Teri Hatcher."

-- Desperate Housewives plumber James Denton, delivering the commencement speech at his nephew's eighth-grade graduation in suburban Nashville