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By KATE HODAL Anyone who's ever tried to compost and ended up with nothing but soggy lettuce and banana skins, or a Bokashi bin that smells like Freddy Krueger's underwear, knows that being green isn't always easy. But with a bit of knowhow, you can avoid some of these pitfalls and reap the benefits you thought were out of your reach. Because home composting, whether it's a wormery, a Bokashi bin, or saving fruit and veg scraps to put onto your compost bin, doesn't just give you nice,...
By Andrew Stern CHICAGO (Reuters) - Both sides in lawsuits alleging that telephone companies unlawfully cooperated in a secret U.S. government spying program argued on Thursday that a federal court panel should give the cases to a single judge. U.S. Deputy Assistant Attorney General Carl Nichols urged the panel to transfer the roughly two-dozen cases filed around the United States to the federal court in Washington, D.C., while a plaintiff's attorney asked to have a San Francisco...
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