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U.S. Muslims' opinions studied Younger generations more likely to defend suicide bombings 10:55 PM CDT on Tuesday, May 22, 2007 Associated Press WASHINGTON – One in four younger U.S. Muslims said in a poll that suicide bombings to defend their religion are acceptable at least in...
House approves anti-OPEC bill By JOSEF HEBERT, Associated Press Writer Tue May 22, 6:04 PM ET WASHINGTON - Decrying near-record high gasoline prices, the House voted Tuesday to allow the government to sue OPEC over oil production quotas. The White House objected, saying that...
Survey: U.S. Muslims Assimilated, Opposed to Extremism By Alan Cooperman Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, May 23, 2007; Page A03 Unlike Muslim minorities in many European countries, U.S. Muslims are highly assimilated, close to parity with other Americans in income and...
New Strategy for War Stresses Iraqi Politics U.S. Aims to Oust Sectarians From Key Roles By Ann Scott Tyson Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, May 23, 2007; Page A01 Top U.S. commanders and diplomats in Iraq are completing a far-reaching campaign plan for a new U.S...
Who's Your Daddy? Paternity Battle Between Brothers Judge Uses Old-Fashioned Detective Work to Determine Who the Father Is By Mary Kathryn Burke ABC News Law & Justice Unit May 21, 2007 Twin brothers Raymon and Richard Miller are the father and uncle to a 3-year-old little...
Where Did All the Baby Sitters Go? In the Endless Quest for Time Alone, Parents Are Poring over Web Sites, Perusing MySpace Pages -- and Paying a Premium By MARILYN GARDNER May 19, 2007 As a new mother, Aliza Sherman-Risdahl hired her first baby sitter last fall when her...
Porn Star's Blog Has Tennessee Trooper in Hot Water State Trooper Suspended After Allegedly Receiving Sexual Favor for Ignoring Driver's Drug Possession By DAVID SCHOETZ May 21, 2007 The Tennessee Highway Patrol has suspended a trooper who allegedly received a sexual favor from...
Commuter rail to cost twice the estimate in campaign New contracts bring total to more than $10 million annually. By Ben Wear AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF Tuesday, May 22, 2007 The Capital Metro board awarded a $112 million contract Monday to Veolia Transportation Services Inc., a...
Pangs of Hunger -- and Bit of Guilt By Lyndsey Layton Washington Post Staff Writer Tuesday, May 22, 2007; Page A13 A pork chop and a bag of peanuts proved too tempting for Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio), one of four members of Congress who has struggled for the past week to subsist on $...