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In this issue:  Manny Ramirez, an independent Palestinian
state, and hope for stronger DTV signal.

Los Angeles Dodgers superstar Manny Ramirez, recently
suspended for testing positive for a banned drug, said the
drugs were prescribed by a physician for a "personal health
issue."  Sports Central ponders whether we should buy
Ramirez' explanation.

Bank Systems & Technology reports that Washington is again
looking to set further limits on how bank executives are
compensated in a more sweeping initiative that includes
non-TARP banks.
AskMen says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is
likely to face questions on Capitol Hill on his refusal to
endorse the cornerstone of international Mideast policy, the
creation of an independent Palestinian state.

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The U.S. NHTSA presents results from a new study on the
ability of seat belts to save lives.

Popular Mechanics points out books on Apollo 11 for both
adults and children.

Focusing on the problem of "blanked out" DTV signals
resulting from low signal strength, The DTV Cliff Effect
Assistance Act would spend $125 million to subsidize the
building of repeaters to boost signal strength, according to
Home Theater.
Time Europe looks at how cable's megafamily reality shows
captivate parents and push our social buttons.
Popular Mechanics analyzes Lost's season five finale to see
if it is consistent with the laws of physics.