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    Nepal Boy Claims to Be Shortest in World
    Monday. 9.4.06 12:06 am
    KATMANDU, Nepal (Aug. 30) - Nepal's shortest boy is waiting for word from the Guinness World Records, where he has applied to be named the shortest in the world, his supporters said on Wednesday.

    Khagendra Thapa Magar, 14, is only 20 inches tall and weighs 10 pounds.

    According to Min Bahadur Thapa, president of the Khagendra Thapa Magar Foundation, they are expecting to receive a reply from London-based Guinness World Records in the next few days. The foundation was set up to collect funds for the boy.

    There was no listing on the Guinness World Records' web site on a shortest boy category, but Thapa claimed their closest competitor was 25 inches tall.

    The boy and family members are currently touring south Nepal, seeking support for the foundation.


    08/30/06 07:17 EDT


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    Strippers Raise Money for Las Vegas-Area Schools
    Monday. 9.4.06 12:04 am
    By RYAN NAKASHIMA, AP

    LAS VEGAS (Sept. 1) - The Clark County School District kicked off the first day of school Wednesday with scant resources. But it got a major donation from the scantily clad.



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    The Las Vegas Strip is seen from the observation deck of the Stratosphere Casino. The Clark County School District is the fastest growing in the nation, with over 300,000 students expected this year and some 400 teaching vacancies.

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    The same day the nation's fifth largest school district began the year with some 400 teaching vacancies, the nonprofit corporation that supports it, the Public Education Foundation, accepted a $2,500 donation from a strip club, Scores Las Vegas.

    "Thank you for your donation of $2,500, received on August 30, 2006," said a letter from foundation president Judi Steele to Scores' marketing director, Shai Cohen. "Thank you again for your willingness to support our community and invest in our children ... our future."

    Scores raised the funds at an Aug. 23 back-to-school event called "Detention" that featured strippers dressed as teachers, schoolgirls and librarians.

    "It's back to school time and you know what that means. Detention for everyone who has been bad!" one advertisement read.

    The performers peeled off clothes and offered lap dances to customers, Cohen said. Patrons also left more than $1,000 donations in a jar that the club said would go to the Clark County School District. Scores matched the donations roughly dollar for dollar, he said.

    "In this town, money is money, regardless," Cohen said. "We're a respectable business. We pay taxes like everybody else. We have a business license. It's for a good cause."

    "Education is very important," he said.

    The foundation's director of development, Deb Hegna, said the donation was gratefully accepted.


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    "From any licensed, legitimate business, we're certainly happy to accept donations," she said, adding the gentleman's club told them it had raised the funds at a charity event.

    The money was earmarked for the foundation's exchange program, which provides new or gently used materials, supplies and computers to Clark County teachers for free or little cost.

    The district, a sprawling area covering 8,000 square miles in southern Nevada with more than 300,000 students expected this year, is the fastest growing in the nation, said school district spokesman Steve Lombard.

    The district has had difficulty hiring teachers to keep pace with growth, especially with the high cost of housing in southern Nevada, he said. The state ranks 46th in the nation in per-pupil spending, according to a U.S. Census Bureau report.

    The district's associate superintendent, Karlene Lee, said the district was not informed about and did not condone the flier used to promote the strip event.

    Lee had no comment on the fundraising activities of the foundation, a separate entity which raises about $5 million a year.

    "The donation was made to the foundation and for the inner workings of how that functions, you can contact the foundation again."


    09-01-06 02:21 EDT


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    Stick of Dynamite Found in Checked Luggage
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    One of Seven Security Incidents Involving U.S. Flights Friday
    By KRISTEN HAYS, AP

    HOUSTON (Aug. 26) - U.S. and Argentine authorities were investigating how a stick of dynamite in a college student's checked luggage ended up on a Houston-bound flight, one of seven security incidents that disrupted U.S. flights in a day.



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    There was no indication terrorism was involved in any of the incidents, which caused two flights to be diverted, others to be delayed and passengers to be questioned.

    The dynamite was discovered during a baggage search in an inspection station at Bush Intercontinental Airport shortly after Continental Airlines Flight 52 from Argentina landed early Friday.

    Argentina's chief of airport security police, Marcelo Sain, said in a televised interview Friday that authorities there were in contact with U.S. officials as they opened their own probe into how the explosive got into the baggage.

    The student, 21-year-old Howard McFarland Fish, was charged with carrying an explosive aboard an aircraft and was in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

    Houston Fire Department Assistant Chief Omero Longoria said Fish told authorities he works in mining and often handles explosives.


    "You're in a pressurized airplane, you get a detonation in the cargo hold, it could blow a hole in the airplane big enough to bring it down."
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    Fish's father, Howard, said he is certain his son, who bought the dynamite while visiting a silver mine while traveling in South America, intended no harm.

    "It's a 21-year-old kid not paying careful attention to the press and thinking it would be cool to have a piece of dynamite," Howard Fish, of Old Lyme, Conn., said Friday night.

    The younger Fish attends Lafayette College in Easton, Pa.

    The U.S. Attorney's Office in Houston said he would appear before a federal magistrate Monday. Carrying an explosive aboard an aircraft carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000.

    The incident could have been disastrous and raises questions about security in overseas airports, said Bill Waldock, aviation safety professor at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Arizona, adding that dynamite can be unstable if it's old.

    "You're in a pressurized airplane, you get a detonation in the cargo hold, it could blow a hole in the airplane big enough to bring it down," he said.

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    -- An American Airlines flight from England to Chicago was forced to land in Bangor, Maine, after federal officials "learned of a reported threat," FBI spokeswoman Gail Marcinkiewicz said. Marcinkiewicz said no one was arrested but declined to say if anyone from the flight out of Manchester was in custody.

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    The passenger was undergoing a mental evaluation, and authorities had yet to determine what criminal charges he might face. The twin-engine jet returned to flight three hours later on its trip from Phoenix to Charlotte, N.C.

    -- A Continental Airlines flight from Corpus Christi, Texas, to Bakersfield, Calif., was held in El Paso, one of its scheduled stops, after the crew discovered a missing panel in the lavatory, authorities said.

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    -- An Aer Lingus flight from New York to Dublin was evacuated Friday morning during a scheduled stopover in western Ireland following a bomb threat that turned out to be unfounded, officials said.

    -- A United Airlines flight out of Chicago's O'Hare International Airport was delayed because a small boy said something inappropriate, according to a government official speaking on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the information. "He didn't want to fly," the official said.

    The Manchester-to-Chicago flight, American Airlines Flight 55, was diverted to Bangor for security reasons, Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Arlene Murray said.

    Associated Press writers Leslie Miller in Washington and Francis X. Quinn in Bangor, Maine, contributed to this report.


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    Chicago Apartment Fire Kills Six Children
    Monday. 9.4.06 12:00 am
    By MICHAEL TARM, AP


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    CHICAGO (Sept. 3) - As a fire swept through an third-floor apartment on the city's North Side early Sunday, Al Tillman raced up the stairs, crawled inside the smoke-filled home and pulled a small, crying boy to safety.

    Afterward, thoughts of the boy's four sisters and two brothers haunted him.

    "I'm shaken up because the other children didn't make it," the 32-year-old Tillman said. "I only heard one child. I wish I could have saved the others."

    The blaze injured their mother and three siblings, authorities said. A candle may have caused the fire, officials said.

    "This is the largest multiple fire fatality we've had from a single fire in quite a few years. I mean it's children. It's difficult for everyone involved," said a visibly shaken Fire Commissioner Raymond Orozco.

    The family had been without electricity for at least a month and had been relying on candles for light, the commissioner said. "It appears that candles were used in the apartment and right now our preliminary cause is that the candles were the cause of origin," Orozco said.

    The three-bedroom apartment in the Rogers Park neighborhood had no smoke detectors, he said. The apartment hadn't had electricity since May, said John Dewey, a spokesman for utility Commonwealth Edison. He declined to say why it was turned off, citing confidentiality reasons.

    The fire broke out just after midnight, authorities said.

    "Then the mother came running out with one child in her arms, screaming to the neighbors that there were other children inside," said Cmdr. Will Knight. "They asked her how many and she said `eight."'

    Derrell Dixon said two children appeared at a window and he and several other neighbors held up a blanket, trying unsuccessfully to get them to jump to safety.

    "The kids were screaming and screaming 'Help! Help! We're burning, we're burning,"' said Dixon, 22, who said he saw firefighters rescue one of the children with a ladder.

    Firefighters found most of the children huddled in the apartment's front room, not far from the spot where the fire probably started, said fire department spokesman Larry Langford.

    The dead were identified by the Cook County medical examiner's office as Vanessa Ramirez, 14; Eric Ramirez, 12; Suzette Ramirez, 10; Idaly Ramirez, 6; Kevin Ramirez, 3; and Escarlet Ramos, 3.

    The mother and one of the surviving children were in stable condition at Thorek Memorial Hospital, said R. Fordley, a nursing supervisor. Two other children were at other hospitals and their conditions were not immediately released.

    A friend of one of the Ramirez children said their mother originally was from Mexico, but the family had been in the United States for at least 16 years.

    "The community is in shock," Jasmin Lamb, 16, said tearily as she placed pink and white carnations on the sidewalk near the apartment. "They were a nice, warm family. My friend never got into any trouble."


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    Timberlake's 'Sexy' Sizzles Atop Charts
    Sunday. 9.3.06 11:55 pm
    By Clover Hope
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    NEW YORK (Aug. 31) - After selling an astonishing 250,000 copies as a digital download, Justin Timberlake 's "SexyBack" surged 29 places to seize the top spot on Billboard's Hot 100 singles chart Thursday.


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    The lead single from the artist's upcoming Jive album "FutureSex/LoveSounds" ends the three-week run of Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie's "London Bridge," which fell to No. 2.

    Sean Paul's "(When You Gonna) Give It Up to Me" featuring Keyshia Cole rose one to No. 3, swapping positions with Gnarls Barkley's "Crazy," while the Pussycat Dolls' "Buttons" featuring Snoop Dogg warmed the No. 5 spot.

    Cassie's "Me & U" slipped one to No. 7 and last week's Hot 100 top debut, Danity Kane's "Showstopper," climbed nine to No. 8, a day after the MTV reality-show band's self-titled album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

    Rapper Ne-Yo's "Sexy Love" held at No. 9 and goth-rock band Evanescence's "Call Me When You're Sober" jumped 15 to No. 10.

    The Cheetah Girls' "Strut" was the top debut at No. 60.

    Also new were the Danity Kane cuts "Sleep on It" (No. 64) and "Ride For You" (No. 78), Pat Green's "Feels Just Like It Should" (No. 90), Lonestar's "Mountains" (No. 92), Toby Keith's "A Little Too Late" (No. 93), the Cheetah Girls' "The Party's Just Begun" (No. 94) and OutKast's "Morris Brown" featuring Scar & Sleepy Brown (No. 95).

    On other singles charts, Mexican rock band Mana's "Labios Compartidos" notched a fifth week atop Hot Latin Songs.

    Beyonce's "Deja Vu" featuring Jay-Z fronted the R&B/Hip-Hop tally for a second week, Koji Kondo's "Super Mario Brothers Theme" extends its streak on the Hot Ringtones tally to 14 weeks, and Daniel Powter's "Bad Day" spends an impressive 18th week atop Adult Contemporary.

    The Wreckers become the first new duo in 15 years to take a debut single to No. 1 on Hot Country Songs, as "Leave the Pieces" moved up one. It ended the four-week run of Rodney Atkins' "If You're Going Through Hell (Before The Devil Even Knows)," which falls to No. 3.

    Canadian rock band Three Days Grace's "Animal I Have Become" led Mainstream Rock for a seventh week, and also seized the pole position on Modern Rock, ending the five-week run of AFI's "Miss Murder," which fell to No. 2.

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