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What's good for Facebook and its employees could be very good for California's treasury.
British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday, a day before his U.S. visit, that the decision to free Lockerbie bomber Abdel Baset al-Megrahi from a Scottish jail was "completely and utterly wrong."
LONDON — Religious leaders and pro-life campaigners have angrily attacked the British government for its refusal to ban the creation of animal-human embryos and so-called "savior siblings" — research described by one Roman Catholic cardinal as a form of "Frankenstein" science.