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The Scene for June 13, 2010

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Businesses have often lived by the slogan, “The customer is always right.” Such businesses want those who pay for their services to know that they care about what they need and what they think. Recent news stories, however, may lead us to believe that this slogan is no longer in fashion.

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The Scene for June 6, 2010

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Walking into your classroom, you see an unfamiliar person sitting at the teacher’s desk. The thought of a substitute teacher may cause you to hope that the big test is postponed, that you’ll get by with not having your homework done, or just that it may be an easier day in class. Recent news, however, tells of concerns some schools have had about substitutes.

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The Scene for May 30, 2010

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Over the past several years, schools in the U.S. have been scenes of unspeakable tragedy. The shootings at Columbine High School in 1999, the massacre at Virginia Tech in 2007, and others have caused some to argue that the problem can be solved by gun control. But recently, in a country where guns are strictly controlled, even more brutal school violence has become an epidemic.

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The Scene for May 23, 2010

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Near the end of the 19th century, Andrew Carnegie made a controversial statement about wealth. “I would as soon leave my son a curse as the almighty dollar,” said the American industrialist, who made millions in the steel industry. In a new book, the son of one of the wealthiest men alive agrees.

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The Scene for May 16, 2010

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The feeling of returning to your car only to find a ticket under the windshield wiper is never a good one. But some public officials seem to think that they simply don’t have to pay traffic citations.

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The Scene for May 9, 2010

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Death is not a pleasant topic. But for prisoners awaiting execution and those who work with them, death is an inescapable fact.

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The Scene for May 2, 2010

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Is there life on other planets? If there were, what would keep us from having peaceful relationships with space aliens? A man considered to be one of this world’s most intelligent scientists addressed those questions in a recent television program.

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The Scene for April 25, 2010

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Whom can you trust to solve your problems? A recent survey from the Pew Research Center found that about four out of every five Americans agree on whom they don’t trust. They don’t have faith in the federal government in Washington to effectively address the country’s troubles.

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The Scene for April 18, 2010

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Japanese automaker Toyota has had a rough time over the past several months. But now that March 2010 sales figures are available, the company believes that customer loyalty has allowed Toyota to overcome its difficulties.

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The Scene for April 11, 2010

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“All we have left is hope, and we’re going to continue to do what we can,” said Kevin Stricklin, an administrator for the federal Mine Safety and Health Administration, several days ago. He was speaking of the worst mining disaster in this country since 1984.

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