[00:02]An international website that claims to blow the
[00:04]whistle on corporate and governmental fraud vowed
[00:08]yesterday to defy attempts by a US court to close it down.
[00:15]She is downscaling, shopping at middle-brow Dillard's
[00:19]department store, instead of Neiman Marcus.
[00:25]Genetically modified monkeys that glow in ultraviolet
[00:29]light and pass the trait on to their young have been created
[00:33]by scientists in Japan in controversial research that "raises
[00:38]the stakes" over animals rights.
[00:46]Last year Mitsuo Setoyama, who was the education
[00:50]minister, raised eyebrows when he argued that liberal
[00:54]reforms introduced by the American occupation
[00:57]authorities after World War Ⅱ had weakened the
[01:01]"Japanese morality of respect for parents."
[01:10]Because we have built, they have come, and crows and
[01:13]humans today must coexist in the "zo?polis, the overlap
[01:18]of human and animal geographies.
[01:24]For decades, money-market funds, which invest in
[01:27]high-quality short-term debt, have been the safest place to
[01:32]stow cash this side of the mattress.
[01:38]Hope you didn't bruise your fingers, Michael
[01:40](or sprain your ankle rushing to your keyboard), being forced
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