7/27 Morning Communiqué
For the past year, a special Colombian police unit has been locking rats in cages with cats as part of a project to train the rodents to sniff out the more than 100,000 land mines planted mostly by leftist rebels across the conflict-wracked Andean country.
Researchers at the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research have found tonsils might serve as a passageway through which HIV enters the body.
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Ten Fictional Characters Who Must Die from New York Magazine
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"If the show works, it will work because people care about these three guys under a lot of makeup and... can relate to their problems and find them charming."
— Mike Schiff, producer of the new ABC series "Cavemen," based on the popular Geico ads
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