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Poll: Men More Receptive Than Women to Airport Full Body Scans

Artist’s renderings: on left, how average woman views herself as she passes through a full body imaging scanner.  On right, how average man views himself passing through the same scanner.

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Vatican Approves On-line Voting for Sainthood; Veterans Committee Selects Pope Piux XII for Beatification

VATICAN CITY – In a bold moved designed to make the canonization process more fan-friendly, Pope Benedict XVI announced today that the Roman Catholic Church would soon begin on-line voting for sainthood. The Pontiff broke the news at his weekly press

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