Colorado's New District Attorney Reexamines JonBenet Case • Woman Sues Fox News Over Nude Photos

• The new district attorney of Boulder County, Colorado, has announced that he plans to re-investigate still unsolved 1996 murder of JonBenet Ramsey.

• Police say as many as 2,000 angry teenagers were involved in a disturbance in Lancaster, Texas, when they were denied admittance to the films Notorious and My Bloody Valentine. Kids these days! • An openly anti-choice nurse is being sued after she "accidentally" pulled out her patient's IUD and then refused to put it back in. • A British biotech company has announced that it plans to use stem cells from an aborted fetus in a study designed to help stroke victims. • Taliban militants have blown up two closed girls schools in Pakistan. All the girls' schools in the district have been closed, due to previous threats. • Abortion rights groups will gather this Thursday in Olympia, Washington, to celebrate the 36th anniversary of Row vs. Wade. • Remuda Ranch Programs for Eating and Anxiety Disorders, the nation's leading eating disorder treatment center, has reported that there is an increased pressure for pregnant women to stay thin. Women with a history of EDs are at an even greater risk when pregnant. • A 52-year-old missing German woman has been found living in the woods on the outskirts of Bern, Switzerland. She has been living in the forest for the past 12 years with nothing more than a tent for shelter. • Australian women are now able to get screened for breast cancer while they shop, thanks to a new initiative. • 757 Chinese women who lost children during the May 12th earthquake are now pregnant, officials say. The women received a special exemption from the country's strict population control laws to compensate for their terrible loss. • The Kansas parents who waited a decade to report their son missing are now prime suspects in the resulting murder investigation. • Robert Evens, a rapist who photographed his victim on his cellphone has just begun serving his six-year sentence. Evens was arrested after sending naked pictures of the victim to his friend, along with a text message describing the assault. • Change we can't believe in: D.C.-area dermatologists are seeing a spike in Botox in the days leading up to the inauguration. • New research shows that women's brains fare better during famine. • A Chicago teen has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for his role in the death of a young girl. Police say the teen was babysitting with his girlfriend when they decided to recreate scenes from the video game "Mortal Kombat" with 7-year-old Zoe Garcia. • Research shows that despite current restrictions, most Chinese woman would like to have two or more babies, ideally one boy and one girl. • Topping the list of scariest (fictional) villains is the white witch from The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe, and Captain Hook. The list was compiled from poll results that surveyed adult readers. • Feeling that there was "no other option," a frustrated British woman locked a repairman in the room with her broken washing machine. Shockingly, this tactic worked, and she is now getting a new washer. • Veterinarians found 15 pacifiers in the stomach of a 2-year-old bulldog named Lulu. The vets saved the pacifiers, recovered during surgery, to show to Lulu's owners. • Lidocaine, a common skin-numbing agent used during hair removal, has been found to cause life-threatening side effects, including irregular heartbeats, seizures, and even comas. • A new father in Michigan is facing a tough choice under Michigan's paternity act: pay for his child's birth or wed the mother. • Reports of abuse in Jordan has led the Philippine government to open shelters for its citizens in the Middle East. Many of the abused women were working as maids, and the Jordan government offers little protection for foreign workers. • A Utah woman is suing Fox Television for airing nude clinical photos of her body without permission. The photographs were featured in a segment called "Plastic Surgery Nightmares" that aired in Salt Lake City. •