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Jordin Sparks on vocal rest: The reigning American Idol was forced to cancel three concerts due to a throat injury that could cause permanent damage. Jordin was put on strict vocal rest, and there is no word on when she will resume her tour schedule and be able to sing again.

ACLU concerned human rights violated in polygamist case: The Texas branch of the American Civil Liberties Union is worried that the constitutional rights of the polygamist mothers and children were violated. The ACLU concedes that this child endangerment case is unprecedented, but says the basic human rights of all Americans to be safe in our homes, worship, and be with our children may have been endangered.

Debate continues over potential plastic bottle danger: Popular baby products, including plastic bottles, are among those made with bisphenol A, or BPA, the chemical over which the National Toxicology Program has expressed "concern." Whether or not BPA causes cancer and poses health risks is a matter of debate between environmental activists and industry groups, who are defending its safety.

Jenna Bush to raise kids by the book: The soon-to-be married First Daughter is looking ahead to the future saying, "When I have kids, I don't want to sit around and watch television." Like her mother, First Lady Laura Bush, Jenna believes in the importance of literacy, saying, "So if you're a mother and you're watching television all the time, I think turning the TV off as much as possible and picking up a book yourself is really important." Hey, Jenna...good luck reading a book when you're juggling a colicky baby and a 2-year-old prone to tantrums.

More info: Jordin Sparks, Polygamist case, Plastic bottle debate, Jenna Bush.


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1 comments so far | Post a comment now
Kate April 21, 2008, 7:58 PM

Gee, if only Daddy Bush loved literacy as much as his daughter!


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