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The GOP Leans on A Proven Strategy White House Courts Conservative Base By Peter Baker Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, October 25, 2006; Page A01 Beset by discouraging polls and division within ideological ranks, the White House is accelerating efforts to woo back...
Perry predicts record budget surplusBy JAY ROOT STAR-TELEGRAM AUSTIN BUREAU LONGVIEW — Gov. Rick Perry, who is seeking re-election, predicted that the Texas Legislature will soon be sitting on its largest budget surplus ever, and he said he would like to use some of that money...
Friedman feels sting of political attacks He contends his track record of compassion is lost amid debate about his satirical past By JANET ELLIOTT Copyright 2006 Houston Chronicle Austin Bureau ECHO HILL RANCH — The Kinkster is grumpy. It's three weeks before Election Day, and...
More U.S. Troops May Be Iraq-Bound Bigger Force Among Options, Commander Says, Citing Baghdad Violence By Ellen Knickmeyer Washington Post Foreign Service Wednesday, October 25, 2006; Page A01 BAGHDAD, Oct. 24 -- The top American commander in Iraq said Tuesday that he may call...
This Time, It’s Not the Economy The price of gas at the pump has tumbled since midsummer. Unemployment has fallen to its lowest level in more than five years. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average has finally returned to its glory days of the late 1990’s, setting...
Meat Labels Hope to Lure the Sensitive Carnivore Many cows, pigs and chickens will soon be living cushier lives. Whole Foods Market is preparing to roll out a line of meat that will carry labels saying “animal compassionate,” indicating the animals were raised in a humane manner...
Independent Voters Favor Democrats by 2 to 1 in Poll Iraq War Cited Most Often As Top Issue for Elections By Dan Balz and Jon Cohen Washington Post Staff Writers Tuesday, October 24, 2006; Page A01 Two weeks before the midterm elections, Republicans are losing the battle for...
Hackers Zero In on Online Stock Accounts By Ellen Nakashima Washington Post Staff Writer Tuesday, October 24, 2006; Page A01 Hackers have been breaking into customer accounts at large online brokerages in the United States and making unauthorized trades worth millions of dollars...
Becoming mother at 50 'no risk to health' From Mark Henderson, Science Editor, in New Orleans Should there be an age limit for fertility treatment? Join the debate WOMEN who give birth in their fifties are just as healthy, both physically and psychologically, as those who start...