User:Davodd/Brag list

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  1. "Indiana senator testing waters for 2008 U.S. presidential bid" — Wikinews, August 23, 2005
  2. "U.S. study of gay sheep may shed light on sexuality" — Wikinews, August 15, 2005
  3. "Paula Abdul cleared of sex scandal after 'American Idol' inquiry" — Wikinews, August 14, 2005
  4. "Anti-gay church protests U.S. military funerals" — Wikinews, August 9, 2005
  5. "'Star Wars' headed to TV as weekly series" — Wikinews, August 4, 2005
  6. "Bigger than Pluto, possible 10th planet found" — Wikinews, July 30, 2005
  7. "New York area blog spawns book deal, NBC sitcom" — Wikinews, July 28, 2005
  8. "CAFTA faces tough vote in U.S. House" — Wikinews, July 27, 2005
  9. "Windows Vista faces trademark challenges" — Wikinews, July 26, 2005
  10. "U.S. magazine TV Guide gets big makeover" — Wikinews, July 26, 2005
  11. "U.S. critics honor 2004-2005 best in TV" — Wikinews, July 24, 2005
  12. "Stock exchange merger could end San Francisco stock trading" — Wikinews, July 24, 2005
  13. "Five Commissioners rescind welcome of 2006 Gay Games in Chicago" — Wikinews, July 21, 2005
  14. "Canada becomes 4th nation to allow same-sex marriage" — Wikinews, July 20, 2005
  15. "James Doohan, Star Trek's 'Scotty', dies at 85" — Wikinews, July 20, 2005
  16. "Ft. Wayne, Indiana burn center treats Afghan child" — Wikinews, July 12, 2005
  17. "Dozens left dead in Caribbean as Hurricane Dennis moves toward U.S." — Wikinews, July 9, 2005
  18. "Nigerian sentenced to death for admitting to gay relations" — Wikinews, July 9, 2005
  19. "Financial markets react to London blasts" — Wikinews, July 7, 2005
  20. "Tropical Storm Cindy threatens U.S. Gulf Coast" — Wikinews, July 5, 2005
  21. "Israeli man faces attempted murder charges for stabbing three gay pride marchers" — Wikinews, July 5, 2005
  22. "San Jose replaces Detroit as 10th-largest U.S. city" — Wikinews, July 4, 2005
  23. "Russian astrologist sues NASA for Deep Impact test" — Wikinews, July 4, 2005
  24. "North Carolina church kicks out Democrats" — Wikinews, Mayy 7, 2005
  25. "FBI starts investigation of charges of shoddy work on new SF Bay bridge" — Wikinews, April 6, 2005
  26. "ABC to move Internet news network back to U.S. TVs" — Wikinews, April 5, 2005
  27. "Al Gore-owned cable news channel to relaunch August 1 with viewer-created content" — Wikinews, April 4, 2005
  28. "HBO plans expansion of TV channels in Asia" — Wikinews, April 3, 2005
  29. "Marketing blitz begins for final 'Star Wars' film" — Wikinews, April 2, 2005
  30. "SBC teams with Scientific-Atlanta for cable TV rollout in 13 US states" — Wikinews, April 1, 2005
  31. "Maine passes gay rights law" — Wikinews, March 31, 2005
  32. "New Doctor Who quits series, BBC searches for replacement actor" — Wikinews, March 30, 2005
  33. "SciScoop shuts down" — Wikinews, March 29, 2005
  34. "Fox TV executive takes reins at Paramount studios" — Wikinews, March 30, 2005
  35. "California State University, Chico fraternity suspended for making frat house porno flick" — Wikinews, March 29, 2005
  36. "Tsunami fears rise after latest Indonesian temblor" — Wikinews, March 28, 2005
  37. "Foreign governments move to aid earthquake region" — Wikinews, March 28, 2005
  38. "Doctor Who returns as UK Saturday night timeslot lord" — Wikinews, March 27, 2005
  39. "Dick, Spielberg among Science Fiction Hall of Fame inductees" — Wikinews, March 26, 2005
  40. "Jerry Springer joins U.S. liberal radio network" — Wikinews, March 25, 2005
  41. "PBS cancels 'Wall $treet Week' after 35 years" — Wikinews, March 24, 2005
  42. "Parker shown the door as Gap spokeswoman" — Wikinews, March 23, 2005
  43. "U.S. TV networks look to past for future programming" — Wikinews, March 22, 2005
  44. "WSJ: Diller close to $2 billion deal for Ask Jeeves" — Wikinews, March 21, 2005
  45. "Judge strikes down same-sex marriage ban in California" — Wikinews, March 14, 2005
  46. "AIDS 'super bug' diagnosed in New York" — Wikinews, February 11, 2005
  47. "New York court rules in favor of same-sex marriage" — Wikinews, February 5, 2005
  48. "Long Island-sized iceberg to ram Antarctic coast" — Wikinews, January 14, 2005
  49. "Viacom delays launch of gay cable channel" — Wikinews, January 14, 2005
  50. "'Electra'-fying competition faces 'Fockers'" — Wikinews, January 13, 2005
  51. "'Noise' takes on 'Fockers' in weekend box office race" — Wikinews, January 6, 2005
  52. "DirecTV tunes out Trio, network in limbo" — Wikinews, January 1, 2005
  53. "'Fockers' set to meet another weekend title" — Wikinews, December 31, 2005
  54. "Time Warner, Sprint close to mobile pact" — Wikinews, December 29, 2004