hot potatoes: to pass or to drop? Archive



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Authorities have released the call that Trayvon Martin dropped seconds before he was shot by a Florida neighborhood watch volunteer. Meanwhile, Fox has dropped the ball on covering of story. (Reuters, Daily Beast)

After a voter referendum, Virginia has dropped a law that would discourage women from seeking an abortion. (Politico)

As the appeal of the legal market drops, the students willing to put themselves through the LSAT are dropping like flies. (NYT)

Looking to drop that weight? Columbia researchers have reported that Bloomberg’s requirement for calorie count displays might not be helping you. (The Atlantic)

However hot your new iPad 3 gets, try not to drop it. (Consumer Reports)



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