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A new journal will allow academics to publish controversial articles under a pseudonym.
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The actor is suing the publishers of Sydney´s Daily Telegraph and one of its journalists over reports published last year.
Geoffrey Rush told the judge hearing his defamation case he felt distraught and as though his head was filled with lead on seeing newspaper articles alleging he had behaved inappropriately toward a female co-star.
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NEW YORK — Whatever success Republicans have amassed in taking control of all three branches of U.S. government, and whatever fate awaits them as midterm elections near, some on the right are working to cement change by amending the Constitution. And to the mounting alarm of others on all parts ...