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Jeans 'Designed' By Lions And Tigers To Benefit Japanese Zoo

Three pairs of jeans "distressed" by lions and tigers are up on the block at an online auction to benefit the Kamine Zoo in Hitachi City.

A Snapshot Of Indonesia: The Country Behind The Election

In the wake of the highly contested presidential election in Indonesia, we look at the country's health and development profile.

Number Of Registered Democrats In W.Va. Drops To Historic Low

Republicans still trail by a wide margin in party registration, but the percentage of Democrats in West Virginia is lower than 50 percent for the first time in more than 80 years.

Samsung Faces Allegation That A Chinese Supplier Used Child Labor

But the South Korean electronics company's own recent report on conditions at about 100 Chinese suppliers' factories found no child labor, though it did find other violations.

Math Nerd Or Bookworm? Many Of The Same Genes Shape Both Abilities

About half the genetic contribution to a child's reading ability also shapes how math-savvy she is, a big study of twins finds. But there's still no telling exactly which genes are involved.

Results Of Indonesia's Presidential Election In Limbo

Most unofficial counts give Jakarta Gov. Joko Widodo a slight lead over his opponent, but authorities have cautioned against celebrating until a full tally is released in about 10 days.

Germany Asks Top U.S. Spy In Country To Leave

The move comes in the wake of two cases of espionage allegedly involving the U.S. and amid the fallout from the mass surveillance of Germans by the National Security Agency.

Hackers In China Reportedly Targeted U.S. Federal Workers

According to a report in The New York Times, hackers accessed U.S. government databases in March and apparently targeted files on employees who have applied for top-secret security clearances.

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