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MTV polls youth about voting plans

MTV announced the results of a new "Choose or Lose" poll. The results include: Number of young people registered to vote 3 out of 4 Number of young people who plan to vote 8 out of 10 Who young people favor: - Sen. John Kerry, 46 percent - Presid...

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MTV announced the results of a new "Choose or Lose" poll. The results include:

Number of young people registered to vote

3 out of 4

Number of young people who plan to vote

8 out of 10

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Who young people favor:

- Sen. John Kerry, 46 percent

- President George W. Bush, 40 percent

- Undecided/other, 10 percent

- Ralph Nader, 4 percent

Source: Los Angeles Times

Hey, Jude, don't make a bad movie

Last weekend's $16.2 million gross for "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow catapulted the movie into seventh place of top grossers for star Jude Law.

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Movies it has yet to overtake on Law's resume include:

1. "Road to Perdition," $104.3 million

2. "Cold Mountain," $95.6 million

3. "The Talented Mr. Ripley," $81.3 million

4. "A.I. Artificial Intelligence," $78.6 million

5. "Enemy at the Gates," $51.4 million

6. "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil," $25.1 million

Source: Entertainment Weekly

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Ways CBS News can improve its reputation

10. Stick to stories everyone can agree on, like cookies are delicious.

9. Move nightly "happy hour" to after the broadcast.

8. Stop hiring guys with crazy names like "Morley."

7. Can't figure out if a news story is true? Let Judge Joe Brown decide.

6. Every time Mike Wallace tells a lie he gets a life-threatening electrical shock.

5. Newsroom patrolled by some kind of lovable but strict "truth monkey."

4. If it turns out the story is wrong, give away 276 brand new cars.

3. After delivering a report, correspondent must add, "Or maybe not - who knows?"

2. Newscast consists of Dan Rather sitting down to watch Tom Brokaw.

1. Oh, I dunno, stop making up crap?

Source: "The Late Show With David Letterman"

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Indian Summer Quilt Show and Conference, 8 a.m. to

8 p.m., Quilters Guild of North Dakota hosts classes and a show of quilts.

Holiday Inn, Fargo

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