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Clinton campaign stays alive: Senator Clinton won a significant victory in Pennsylvania Tuesday night to keep her campaign alive, defeating rival Senator Obama 55% to 45%. Obama still leads in the popular vote and delegate count as the dueling democrats head into the next set of primaries in North Carolina and Indiana.

Suri Cruise's $100,000 butterfly birthday bash: Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes spared no expense on their daughter's second birthday party. Suri reportedly blew out two candles on a four-tier polka-dot cake topped with yellow and white sugar butterflies as 1,000 real butterflies flew around her. Tom will probably have to star in Mission Impossible 49 in order to pay for Suri's Sweet 16!

Breakfast=Baby Boy?: A new study finds that 6 out of 10 women who eat a high-energy breakfast each morning are more likely to have a baby boy, while women who follow a low-calorie diet when they are trying to conceive are likely to have a little girl. Researchers at Oxford and Exeter universities believe the dieting culture has led to a decline in male births over the past 40 years.

Polygamist sect kids head to foster care: A group of over 100 children taken from a Texas polygamist compound boarded buses bound for group homes and other faraway foster care facilities. The remaining 300 children are still undergoing DNA testing--along with adult members of the sect--as authorities try to sort out which children belong to which parents.

More info: Hillary Clinton, Suri Cruise, Breakfast, Polygamist sect kids.


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2 comments so far | Post a comment now
Alana April 23, 2008, 2:18 PM

Suri’s birthday sounds GORG! And it’s given me an inspiration for my daughter’s bday…thanks ML!

Michael667  September 12, 2010, 1:28 AM

Have you heard of the“Natural Baby Birth Planning Center” ? My friend recommended it to me and I was searching for it online and came across your site.


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