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Thank the Lord — and the proofreaders at Peachtree Editorial and Proofreading — that the Bible refers to "our ancestors" instead of "sour ancestors," and calls for an end to "factions" — not "fractions." The proofreading service caught those typos and others before the latest edition of the Holy Book went to press.
A British member of parliament is calling on his fellow lawmakers to denounce England's soccer referees as "appalling," claiming an "incompetent" official cost his local team possible promotion to the coveted premier league.
A family who left their dog for dead after a desert hiking accident has been reunited with the pooch after a Riverside County hiker and his brother heard it barking and pulled it from a 30-foot-deep pit.
A rally in London's Trafalgar Square to call for the immediate withdrawal from Iraq of U.S. and British forces has been carefully timed so it does not clash with the English soccer FA Cup Final between Millwall and Manchester United.