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Egyptian Court Suspends Presidential Elections

The administrative court suspended the election after it emerged the date had been wrongly set by an independent electoral commission, and not by the military council who rule the country.

Occupy Wall Street May Day Protesters May Have Been Unlawfully Arrested

On May Day, the New York Police Department arrested twelve demonstrators from Occupy Wall Street -- part of a larger group of 86 people taken in that day -- for refusing to disperse from a gathering that was underway inside a city park. The problem: the demonstrators were not in a park at all when they were detained.

Daniel Chong Forgotten In DEA Cell: Lawyer Files $20M Lawsuit Claiming His Client Was Subjected to ?Torture?

A UC San Diego student, who was forgotten by the DEA in a cell for five days without food, water or any human contact, has filed a $20 million lawsuit against federal drug officials saying he suffered kidney failure. Daniel Chong's attorney Eugene Iredale has sent a five-page demand notice to the Drug Enforcement Administration's (DEA) general counsel, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.

?Tanning Bed Mother,? Patricia Krentcil, Sheds Light on 'Tanorexia:' An Addiction to Tan Skin [PHOTOS]

The case of Patricia Krentcil, the mother accused of taking her five-year-old daughter to a tanning salon, has not only had an impact by shocking society, but has shed a light on an illness called tanorexia, an addiction to tan skin. After she was arrested and charged with second-degree child endangerment, Krentcil's bronzed face appeared on broadcast news reports, websites and newspapers in photos across the country shedding light on the controversial phenomenon called ta...

Death On NYC Train Station Platform: Who Is William Coyman?

The mysterious death of William Coyman, a retired teamster from Boston, Mass., has raised many questions about the circumstances surrounding the deadly incident. In August, the Beantown teamster stepped off an Amtrak train in New York City and collapsed on the platform at Pennsylvania station.

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