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125. "Sandra Fluke declares candidacy for California State Senate" — Wikinews, February 6, 2014
124. "Sandra Fluke gives keynote speech at Nebraska women's health event" — Wikinews, December 6, 2012
123. "Sandra Fluke nominated by Time magazine for Person of the Year" — Wikinews, November 30, 2012
122. "Exclusive: 'The Scientology Reformation' author examines Tom Cruise and David Miscavige" — Wikinews, October 19, 2012
121. "ABC News yanks 20/20 investigation of Tom Cruise and Scientology" — Wikinews, September 10, 2012
120. "Sandra Fluke featured speaker at Democratic National Convention" — Wikinews, September 7, 2012
119. "Sandra Fluke receives Stand Up for Choice Award" — Wikinews, April 25, 2012
118. "Sandra Fluke named candidate for Time's 100 most influential people" — Wikinews, March 30, 2012
117. "Sandra Fluke, Chelsea Clinton, Christine Quinn on women in politics" — Wikinews, March 29, 2012
116. "Savage on Santorum on Savage" — Wikinews, March 21, 2012
115. "Wikinews interviews New York bar owner on Santorum cocktail" — Wikinews, March 15, 2012
114. "Sandra Fluke insists she will not be silenced" — Wikinews, March 14, 2012
113. "Santorum neologism spreads to Romney" — Wikinews, February 13, 2012
112. "Santorum neologism gains prominence during US election cycle" — Wikinews, February 7, 2012
111. "Dan Savage wins Webby Award for It Gets Better Project" — Wikinews, June 3, 2011
110. "US federal judge dismisses targeted killing lawsuit" — Wikinews, December 8, 2010
109. "US TV: Jay Leno bested by Conan O'Brien in late night ratings" — Wikinews, November 9, 2010
108. "Wikimedia Foundation announces departure of general counsel Mike Godwin" — Wikinews, October 20, 2010
107. "Nevada Republican opposes Angle for US Senate over 'extreme' anti-abortion position" — Wikinews, October 15, 2010
106. "Author Amy Scobee recounts abuse as Scientology executive" — Wikinews, October 11, 2010
105. "US federal judge and Florida judge clash over Scientology wrongful death case" — Wikinews, October 10, 2010
104. "Scientology defector arrested after attempting to leave organization" — Wikinews, October 9, 2010
103. "Australian Senate Committee recommends formation of Charities Commission" — Wikinews, September 8, 2010
102. "Women reveal accounts of forced abortion in Scientology" — Wikinews, June 15, 2010
101. "'Dewey Defeats Truman' incident in California State Senate election" — Wikinews, June 10, 2010
100. "Human trafficking trial starts in Clearwater, Florida" — Wikinews, June 8, 2010
99. "US appeals court rejects bid from expelled New York Senator convicted of assault" — Wikinews, March 13, 2010
98. "Court ruling upholds expulsion of New York Senator convicted of assault" — Wikinews, February 19, 2010
97. "US TV host Conan O'Brien leads in late night ratings" — Wikinews, January 17, 2010
96. "Author of My Billion Year Contract reflects on life in elite Scientology group" — Wikinews, January 14, 2010
95. "Elvish, Klingon and Na'vi: Constructed languages gain foothold in film" — Wikinews, December 28, 2009
94. "UK family wins asbestos payout in death of railway worker" — Wikinews, November 20, 2009
93. "Senator Xenophon of Australia calls for criminal investigation into Scientology" — Wikinews, November 19, 2009
92. "Blown for Good author discusses life inside international headquarters of Scientology" — Wikinews, November 13, 2009
91. "Creator of website satirizing Glenn Beck on winning domain name case" — Wikinews, November 10, 2009
90. "Glenn Beck loses domain name case over parody website" — Wikinews, November 7, 2009
89. "New book Blown for Good reveals details inside Scientology headquarters" — Wikinews, November 5, 2009
88. "Court in France convicts Scientology of organized fraud" — Wikinews, October 28, 2009
87. "Academy Award-winning film director Paul Haggis leaves Scientology" — Wikinews, October 26, 2009
86. "Satirical website criticizes Glenn Beck for 'hypocritical' attempts to silence free speech" — Wikinews, October 22, 2009
85. "US free speech lawyer Marc Randazza discusses Glenn Beck parody" — Wikinews, October 19, 2009
84. "Politicians call for NY Sen. Monserrate to resign after assault conviction" — Wikinews, October 17, 2009
83. "NY Sen. Monserrate found guilty of misdemeanor assault" — Wikinews, October 16, 2009
82. "US free speech lawyer defends satire of Glenn Beck" — Wikinews, October 4, 2009
81. "Rhode Island borrows $90 million from US for jobless claims" — Wikinews, October 1, 2009
80. "Police describe bloody evidence in NY Sen. Monserrate assault trial" — Wikinews, October 1, 2009
79. "Court revelation by John Travolta of son's disease sparks autism debate" — Wikinews, September 30, 2009
78. "Emergency doctor testifies in NY State Sen. Hiram Monserrate felony assault case" — Wikinews, September 26, 2009
77. "Testimony by John Travolta that son was autistic raises Scientology questions" — Wikinews, September 24, 2009
76. "Prosecutors begin NY State Sen. Hiram Monserrate felony assault case" — Wikinews, September 22, 2009
75. "Scientology ties at New Village Leadership Academy stir controversy for Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith" — Wikinews, September 12, 2009
74. "Extrasolar planet will most probably fall into its star" — Wikinews, August 27, 2009
73. "Women in South Africa advancing in fields of science and technology" — Wikinews, August 25, 2009
72. "Wife of British Prime Minister attends gay pride parade in London" — Wikinews, July 4, 2009
71. "Amnesty International tells Iran to free imprisoned journalists" — Wikinews, June 28, 2009
70. "Iranian supreme leader insists government will not yield to protesters" — Wikinews, June 26, 2009
69. "Freed journalist calls on Iran to release aid worker" — Wikinews, June 25, 2009
68. "Former Scientology executives say leader David Miscavige abused staff" — Wikinews, June 23, 2009
67."Swine flu deaths reported in Argentina" — Wikinews, June 17, 2009
66. "Oklahoma trooper on leave after altercation with ambulance personnel" — Wikinews, June 16, 2009
65. "Recession hits Australian asbestos victims fund" — Wikinews, May 9, 2009
64. "ACLU commemorates anniversary of US Supreme Court decision on student free speech" — Wikinews, February 28, 2009
63. "Post-probe, problematic peanut paste products pulled" — Wikinews, January 30, 2009
62. "Waves of arrests in Turkey on suspicion of involvement in 'Ergenekon' organization" — Wikinews, January 11, 2009
61. "Matt Smith revealed as 11th incarnation of Doctor Who" — Wikinews, January 8, 2009
60. "Asbestos scare shuts down mail delivery in Christchurch, New Zealand" — Wikinews, December 13, 2008
59. "Arkansas judge tells parents to leave Tony Alamo compound to regain custody of seized children" — Wikinews, November 23, 2008
58. "New Mexico-based charismatic leader fails to predict doomsday, again" — Wikinews, November 4, 2008
57. "David Tennant announces exit from Doctor Who" — Wikinews, October 30, 2008
56. "Acting teacher and director Milton Katselas dies at age 75" — Wikinews, October 28, 2008
55. "Controversial evangelist leader Tony Alamo arrested in child sex investigation" — Wikinews, September 26, 2008
54. "Memorial for toddler who died under care of controversial '1 Mind Ministries' group" — Wikinews, August 30, 2008
53. "Human cells grow blood vessels in mice" — Wikinews, July 20, 2008
52. "Indian 'guru' faces charges of fraud, drugs and rape" — Wikinews, June 4, 2008
51. "South Africa police staff arrested for fraud" — Wikinews, June 2, 2008
50. "World Health Organization calls for ban on tobacco ads" — Wikinews, June 1, 2008
49. "Texas authorities obtain DNA from jailed FLDS leader Warren Jeffs" — Wikinews, June 1, 2008
48. "UN emphasizes importance of women's health in Africa" — Wikinews, May 31, 2008
47. "UK group Liberty, Edinburgh city council on Scientology 'cult' signs" — Wikinews, May 31, 2008
46. "Court photos show FLDS leader Warren Jeffs with child brides" — Wikinews, May 29, 2008
45. "'Big Brother Australia' evictee recounts youth in controversial religious group" — Wikinews, May 29, 2008
44. "New Jersey court rules Spanish citizens can sue over ship asbestos" — Wikinews, May 28, 2008
43. "President Bush to meet with LDS Church leaders in Utah" — Wikinews, May 24, 2008
42. "No prosecution for UK minor who called Scientology a 'cult'" — Wikinews, May 24, 2008
41. "New law to help asbestos sufferers in Victoria, Australia" — Wikinews, May 24, 2008
40. "Bangladesh reports first human case of H5N1 bird flu" — Wikinews, May 23, 2008
39. "Controversial development training cited in religious discrimination lawsuits" — Wikinews, May 23, 2008
38. "UK minor faces charges for calling Scientology 'cult' at protest" — Wikinews, May 21, 2008
37. "Asbestos discovery triggers evacuation and closure of New Jersey middle school" — Wikinews, May 20, 2008
36. "Stench of rotting corpses drives Russian doomsday group from cave" — Wikinews, May 19, 2008
35. "HIV-positive man receives 35 years for spitting on Dallas police officer" — Wikinews, May 18, 2008
34. "Asbestos victims file 6.6 billion yen class action lawsuit in Tokyo" — Wikinews, May 17, 2008
33. "Guards at Nova Scotia jail refuse to work after asbestos discovery" — Wikinews, May 16, 2008
32. "Asbestos controversy aboard Scientology ship Freewinds" — Wikinews, May 16, 2008
31. "Child virus outbreak reaches Beijing" — Wikinews, May 15, 2008
30. "Community forum held after attacks on Mormon teens in Arizona" — Wikinews, May 14, 2008
29. "Wikimedia Foundation receives copyright infringement claim from Mormon Church" — Wikinews, May 13, 2008
28. "Leader of Lord Our Righteousness Church jailed on charges of sexual contact with minors" — Wikinews, May 8, 2008
27. "Scientology branch in Germany drops legal fight against government surveillance" — Wikinews, May 7, 2008
26. "Multifaith council commends Malaysian politician's comments on conversion to Islam" — Wikinews, May 3, 2008
25. "Evangelist minister and Islam critic charged with arson in Alabama" — Wikinews, May 2, 2008
24. "Wail of sirens marks Holocaust Remembrance Day in Israel" — Wikinews, May 1, 2008
23. "Teen charged with seven felonies related to threats made on Wikipedia, Wikinews interviews administrator who contacted police" — Wikinews, April 25, 2008
22. "California student arrested in criminal threats made on Wikipedia" — Wikinews, April 19, 2008
21. "3000 homeless after fire breaks out in Chad refugee camp" — Wikinews, April 13, 2008
20. "Over 60 dead in Kenya cholera outbreak, state issues alert" — Wikinews, April 12, 2008
19. "UK nears US in cyber-crime, ahead of Nigeria, Romania" — Wikinews, April 10, 2008
18. "Australian Defence Department funds controversial development training" — Wikinews, April 3, 2008
17. "Two UN contract workers kidnapped in Somalia" — Wikinews, April 2, 2008
16. "Tom Cruise spoofed in 'Superhero Movie'" — Wikinews, March 28, 2008
15. "South Park episodes available free online" — Wikinews, March 27, 2008
14. "FDA warning on Honduran cantaloupes after salmonella outbreaks" — Wikinews, March 25, 2008
13. "Banned film 'The Profit' appears on Web" — Wikinews, March 23, 2008
12. "Gay Iranian awaits decision on asylum" — Wikinews, March 14, 2008
11. "Jimmy Wales accused of editing Wikipedia for donations" — Wikinews, March 14, 2008
10. "Protester says Japanese whalers shot him" — Wikinews, March 7, 2008
9. "Wikipedia founder embroiled in affair and financial allegations" — Wikinews, March 5, 2008
8. "German court upholds surveillance of Scientology" — Wikinews, February 13, 2008
7. "Niece of Scientology's leader goes public with criticism" — Wikinews, February 6, 2008
6. "100 turn out in Orlando, Florida for "Anonymous" protest against Church of Scientology" — Wikinews, February 4, 2008
5. ""Anonymous" plans to protest Church of Scientology on February 10" — Wikinews, January 29, 2008
4. ""Unauthorized" Tom Cruise bio hits number one on Amazon.com, New York Times best sellers list" — Wikinews, January 25, 2008
3. "Tom Cruise Scientology promotional video leaked to the Internet" — Wikinews, January 17, 2008
2. "'Tom Cruise: An Unauthorized Biography' released, $100 million lawsuit in planning stages" — Wikinews, January 16, 2008
1. "Germany's top officials seek to ban Scientology" — Wikinews, December 7, 2007