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Is your iPhone making your neighbor sick?, and more

A Santa Fe man is suing a neighbor for aggravating his “electromagnetic sensitivities.”

Is your iPhone making your neighbor sick?A Santa Fe man is suing a neighbor for aggravating his “electromagnetic sensitivities.” Arthur Firstenberg says the neighbor’s laptop, iPhone, and other electronics are giving him nausea, vertigo, and body aches, and that she refused to “work with me” by limiting their use. He’s asking for $530,000 in damages.

Restaurant targeted for planning to serve rabbit on Easter Sunday An Arizona restaurant was barraged with complaints from animal lovers after announcing a rabbit-based menu for Easter Sunday. Chef Payton Curry said he’d received more than 100 e-mails and an anonymous call wishing him a slow and painful death. “To me, it’s just food,” said Curry. But one offended animal lover said that Curry had “underestimated the number of people who have pet rabbits.”

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