By Gene Grabowski From The Cat in the Hat to The Bourne Identity, Americans love a good story. We cheer the good guys, jeer the bad guys, feel sympathy for those who've been wronged and root for justice to be served. The human dramas that capture our attention are played out on the fictional stage of primetime TV or the real-world newscasts that precede it each night. Stories rule in the courtroom, too. From the O.
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