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This Week:

Why it's bad news for us that China and Iran are getting friendly.

How to deal with the fight at the Pistons-Pacers match. Ejections aren't enough -- big fines are in order, too.

They sold the Kinnick Stadium scoreboard on eBay. "They" would be the demolition contractor, because the University didn't think there was a market. There's no excuse for that. They should know that there are markets in everything.

There's a plan being readied to ban smoking almost everywhere in England. Smoking's a rotten habit, but a ban isn't the smart way to deal with the problem. Smoking-ban proposals are hot in at least six American cities right now, too.

Why hybrid cars might not be the miracle they're made out to be.


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