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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 - Richard Taylor
University of Leicester scientists have made a gruesome discovery beneath a parking lot within the city's boundaries.
A crate full of sushi arrives. Workers wearing wetsuit shirts or in bare feet bustle past with slim laptops. With days to go, a buzzing intensity fills the once-dilapidated warehouses where Peter Jackson's visual-effects studio is rushing to finish the opening film in "The Hobbit" trilogy.
A new underwater explorer hit the seas this summer, armed with cameras, strobes and sonar and charged with being a protector of sorts to a half-billion dollar resource _ the Atlantic scallop catch.
Although Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown will miss the 2012 season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament, there is some hope he will have a year of eligibility restored because he's missed nearly two entire years due to injury.
Increasing amounts of ash from Iceland's Grimsvotn volcano have prompted questions about what European air traffic regulators learned from last year's Eyjafjallajokull eruption, which stranded 10 million travelers when authorities closed airspace for more than eight days.
New technology and first responders A few months ago, we never would have imagined that the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) would issue an order in a patent dispute that sets back the technological advances sought by the emergency response community. Yet, here we are ("Patent protection," Editorial, July 17).
"Richard III, the last Plantaganet King of England, has been found," said the university's deputy registrar, Richard Taylor, in an Associated Press report.