If it's Tuesday, it's Harper's Weekly

Iran announced that it had successfully produced low-grade enriched uranium; to celebrate, men in traditional dress danced with uranium samples.
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Vice President Dick Cheney, who will receive a $1.9 million refund on his 2005 taxes, was booed at a Washington Nationals baseball game, where he threw out the first pitch. "I have never, ever," said one fan, "heard anyone get booed like that man."
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In Athens, Georgia, several agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms briefly detained a University of Georgia student who was dressed as a ninja. "Seeing someone with something across the face," said a special agent, "from a federal standpoint--that's not right." The student said he was leaving a pirate vs. ninja event.

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