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Fire Thunder not backing down, South Dakotans not fans of ban. Also: TMI about Duke.

Published August 2, 2006 9:37PM (EDT)

Rapid City Journal: Former Oglala Sioux Tribal President Cecelia Fire Thunder intends to challenge her impeachment.

The Huffington Post: Too lazy to analyze data, Times appears to blame working women for lazy men.

Kaiser Network: Good roundup of opinion pieces on the "Child Custody Protection Act."

Christian Science Monitor: Pregnancy discrimination is on the rise, and not just at Fox.

Washington Post: The majority of South Dakotans oppose the state abortion ban. Let's hope they go to the polls.

The News & Observer: From the "Hey, thanks for that image" files: Turns out there are, well, "DNA samples" all over the controversial Duke lacrosse house. Quoth one attorney: "This has nothing to do with nothing. This has to do with 19 to 20-year-old males full of testosterone looking for an outlet. What this evidence tells you is that when you're walking around these guys' house, make sure you have shoes on."

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