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Mon May 16, 2011
Games & Humor

Gamers Vent With PlayStation Parody Ads

The disruption to PlayStation accounts has spawned a small genre of web video spoofs of PlayStation ads.

4:00am

Mon May 16, 2011
Around the Nation

St. Landry Parish Orders Mandatory Evacuations

Over the weekend, the Army Corps of Engineers began opening gates of the Morganza Spillway — a structure that hadn't been opened in nearly 40 years. After the spillway was opened in Louisiana, mandatory evacuations were ordered for areas of St. Landry Parish.

4:00am

Mon May 16, 2011
Law

IMF Head Strauss-Kahn To Be Arraigned In New York

The head of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, was arrested over the weekend in New York on suspicion of attempted rape. The charges relate to an assault on a chamber maid at a New York hotel. Strauss-Kahn, who denies all the charges, had been expected to run for president of France.

4:00am

Mon May 16, 2011
Space

Endeavour Prepares To Launch For Final Mission

The space shuttle Endeavour earlier launch was delayed because of technical issues.

12:01am

Mon May 16, 2011
Your Health

Late To Bed, Early To Rise, Makes A Teen Sleepy

The typical high school senior gets less than seven hours of sleep on school nights. But they need a great deal more.
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Most high school students are chronically tired. They juggle school, sports, homework, chores, friends and family.

To meet all these demands, surveys show, high school teenagers usually stay up close to midnight on school nights. And then they have to get up early the next morning, typically around 6 or 6:30 a.m., to get to school on time, as most high schools start classes around 7:30 a.m.

By Friday, most teens are very tired, says Dr. Helene Emsellem, a sleep researcher with George Washington University. And then comes the weekend.

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