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KickingTiresThe new 2012 Volkswagen Beetle (be careful not to call it the New Beetle) marks only the third generation for a car that???s more than 50 years old. It???s less a car that reflects the happy look of the previous......
The Swampby David G. Savage The new deputy Solicitor General for the Obama administration urged the Supreme Court today to go slow in giving prisoners a right to seek DNA testing that could free them. "Our position is there is no......
The Swampby David G. Savage The Supreme Court agreed today that DNA has a unique ability to free the innocent and convict the guilty, but the justices nonetheless ruled that prisoners do not have a constitutional right to demand DNA testing......
KickingTiresBehemoth oil giant Exxon Mobile has announced that it will invest $600 million in producing liquid fuel from algae. It will spend $300 million on in-house research and partner with Synthetic Genomics, a biotechnology company founded by J. Craig Venter,......
Mayo on the Side: Broward news columnist Michael Mayo | Sun-Sentinel BlogsDid Tony Villegas kill attorney Melissa Lewis, as police and prosecutors contend? Or does the March 2008 murder case get turned on its head by the recent events involving her law firm, her former boss (Scott Rothstein, accused of running......
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KickingTiresBiomedical researchers at the Virginia Tech-Wake Forest University School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences recently completed a three-year project that studied how to better protect pregnant women in car accidents. Partly funded by Ford, the study...
The Swampby Mark Silva A mug-shot and a set of finger-prints won't be enough at the booking desk anymore. The government is demanding DNA as well. "The attorney general is directing all agencies of the United States that arrest or detain......
Anthony Caravella spent nearly 26 years in prison for a 1983 murder he didn't commit. He can't get that time back. But a federal jury ruled Caravella should get $7 million from two former Miramar cops who railroaded him. If there was true justice in the...
The Supreme Court's ruling this month allowing police to compel DNA samples from persons arrested for serious offenses will solve cold cases around the country, putting dangerous criminals behind bars. But despite this clearly beneficial impact, the...
Details of the West Memphis 3 investigation can only be described as ridiculous. “They had one guy say that I looked at him and made him levitate. And this is in police records,” says Damien Echols, who in 2011 was freed from prison after...
Many Americans are fascinated by the family history of Michelle Obama, a descendant of slaves who is the nation's first African-American first lady. You've learned a lot about her ancestry in this newspaper. Now, add to that a new book due out Tuesday,...
The story of the nonprofit CEO who solicits charity while raking in a giant salary is, by now, becoming a Central Florida cliché. There was NorthStar High School in Orange County, which was a miserable failure academically but paid its principal $824,000...
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