What else we're reading
Race and women and Duke lacrosse, women's preference for housecleaning over sex, and more.
April 26, 2006 4:31AM (UTC)
Women's eNews: Iraqi Kurdish groups hope to help women's rights through a regional constitution.
Time: Jeninne Lee-St. John writes about women and race in light of the Duke lacrosse case.
CNN: Victim of Alabama abortion clinic bombing gets $57.69 in restitution.
ESPN: A Duke lacrosse rape suspect is ordered to stand trial in another assault case; the judge says Collin Finnerty's arrest in the Duke case means he violated the terms of his diversion program.
Times of London: A survey of British women finds that one-third get more enjoyment from cleaning the house than from having sex.
None of this was supposed to happen yet
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Please don't invite me over to dinner
Farewell to "Broad City"
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Trump won't appoint to UN racism panel
Kansas GOP tries to strip gov's powers
Mueller's report is not an exoneration
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