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* Artist claims he put reference to Monica Lewinsky's infamous blue dress in Bill Clinton painting that hangs in National Portrait Gallery -- "Shanks said because of the Lewinsky controversy, Clinton was the hardest person for him to paint."
* Flintlock from 1700s could land elderly NJ man in prison -- "The gun was unloaded and strictly possessed as a historical relic."
* History in Five: The Political Genius of James Madison (video) -- "...the political mastery and influence of James Madison through five key relationships; with Alexander Hamilton, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, and Dolley Madison."
* Jewish Schools and Synagogues in UK Warned to Increase Security Measures -- "The global picture of terrorist activity does give us heightened concern about the risk to the Jewish community in the U.K."
* Joint birthday party for NY couple married 82 years -- "The Journal News reports Duranord Veillard turned 108 on Saturday. His wife, Jeanne Veillard, won't turn 105 until May."
* Judicial Ban of ‘Conversion Therapy’ in New Jersey – A Denial of Free Choice -- "It is classic hypocrisy that some LGBT activists – who for years pleaded for “tolerance” for themselves to try to live as they chose to live now – refuse to tolerate the rights of others who try to live as they would choose to live by seeking psychotherapy."
* Kerry defends Israel before UN rights panel -- "Our hope is that the council will continue to shift its focus away from Israel and really focus on the bad human rights violators throughout the world."
* Native American Pictures from "Buffalo Bill's Wild West" -- "In 1898, photographer Gertrude Käsebier looked out of her studio window on Fifth Avenue in New York City and saw the cast of Buffalo Bill's Wild West parading past."
* The Reading Brain in the Digital Age: The Science of Paper versus Screens -- "E-readers and tablets are becoming more popular as such technologies improve, but research suggests that reading on paper still boasts unique advantages."
* The Supreme Court’s headscarf case: What type of notice is the “right” notice? -- "...the Supreme Court will try to determine if an employer can be held liable for refusing to hire an applicant based on a religious practice, if that employer isn’t given direct notice from an applicant that a religious accommodation is needed."
* Watchdog Group Releases Anti-Christian-Bigotry Map -- “...identifies 'more than 200 groups and organizations that openly display bigotry toward the Christian faith'.”