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The polygamous family featured on TLC’s show “Sister Wives” plans to challenge the constitutionality of Utah’s bigamy law in federal court.
Free speech advocates convince Arizona State University to stop blocking its students’ access to Change.org.
Hacker group Anonymous tapped an FBI conference call aimed at identifying strategies for thwarting the group’s hacking activities.
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