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A man has software for tracing his stolen iPhone. When police break into the targeted location, though, they find nothing. And now they refuse to pay for the damage.
The secure communications network the police use is so costly that some forces are having to rely on text messaging instead of speaking on their radios.
The chlamydia epidemic is apparently so severe in the U.K. that local health authorities are offering iPods and laptops as incentives for young people to get tested.
British police seize a 900,000-volt stun gun disguised as a Sony Ericsson W700.
A woman is heartbroken after splitting with her lover. So she takes to YouTube and pours out her woes. Moved by her performances, her lover returns.