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Bill Clinton calls Vanity Fair writer 'scumbag': Former President Bill Clinton is lashing out at a Vanity Fair article by Todd Purdum that alleges he has had multiple relationships with other women since leaving office. One of the women Clinton was reportedly involved with is Showgirls actress Gina Gershon. Purdum does not cite one source who was willing to go on record for his story. Bill Clinton has called the article "journalism of personal destruction at its worst" and Purdum a "scumbag."

Autism risk increase for preemie girls: According to a new study from the CDC, premature and low birth weight baby girls are at an increased risk of developing autism. Baby girls born before 33 weeks or weighing less than 5.5 pounds were two times as likely to have autism then those girls born at full-term.

Blowtorch sparked Universal fire: Investigators concluded that construction workers using a blowtorch on the roof of a movie set were accidentally responsible for starting the Universal studio blaze on Sunday. The fire completely destroyed the King Kong attraction along with the courthouse square seen in Back to the Future.

Girl swallows magnets and marbles: An 8-year-old girl miraculously survived after ingesting over 20 marbles and 10 magnets from her Mega Brands Magnetix Magna Case set. Although some Magnetix toys have been recalled, the girl's parents are calling for the toy maker to remove all Magnetix products from store shelves.

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cpwrld June 3, 2008, 6:28 PM

An 8-year-old girl swallows marbles? 8-years-old?! My heart goes out to the parents if their EIGHT-YEAR-OLD doesn’t know that you don’t eat marbles. Maybe my 6-year-old could give her some pointers. Of course it’s the toy-makers fault … they probably made those marbles look like little mellon-balls, only not so soft. Hide the Yahtzee dice!

Vernitta June 6, 2008, 1:30 AM

I totally agree with you cpwrld. My son is 2.5 and knows better! Why is it the toy-maker’s fault that they can’t teach thier daughter what’s right and what’s wrong?

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