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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - International Fund For Animal Welfare
Conservationists say there's a new threat to the survival of Africa's endangered elephants that may be just as deadly as poachers' bullets: the black-market trade of ivory in cyberspace.
An animal-welfare group is trying to help dog lovers in an impoverished South African township better care for their pets.
There's no good spot on Cape Cod for dolphins to beach themselves, but on this cold, gray day a group of 11 has chosen one of the worst.
Large seizures of elephant tusks made last year the worst on record since ivory sales were banned in 1989, with estimates suggesting that poachers killed 3,000 elephants, researchers said.
The ballyhoo over airport pat-downs will be over as soon as we "maximize protection and security and minimize inconvenience and invasiveness," says White House press secretary Robert Gibbs.