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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...
To Stand or Fall in Baghdad: Capital Is Key to Mission By Micheal Gordon BAGHDAD, Oct. 22 — After three years of trying to thwart a potent insurgency and tamp down the deadly violence in Iraq, the American military is playing its last hand: the Baghdad security plan. Securing...
As G.O.P. Mopes, Bush Adds the Duties of Optimist in Chief By Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Jim Rutenberg WASHINGTON, Oct. 22 — The capital is filled with Republicans convinced that they will lose the House and maybe the Senate. So last week, the White House and party leaders convened...
Political Memo Guardedly, Democrats Are Daring to Believe Political Memo Guardedly, Democrats Are Daring to Believe By ADAM NAGOURNEY and ROBIN TONER WASHINGTON, Oct. 21 — There is something unusual bubbling in Democratic political waters these days: optimism. With each new...
Obese kids are aging before their time They have conditions found in middle-age adults, doctors say 09:51 PM CDT on Wednesday, October 18, 2006 Cox News Service ATLANTA -- The nation's childhood obesity problem is hitting pediatricians' offices as children, aging before their...
School bans playing tag at recess Boston-area campus fears injuries, suits 06:06 PM CDT on Wednesday, October 18, 2006 Associated Press ATTLEBORO, Mass. – Tag, you're out! Officials at an elementary school south of Boston have banned kids from playing tag, touch football and any...
Evangelicals Ally With Democrats on Environment Religious leaders hope the global-warming campaign sends a message to the GOP. By Stephanie Simon, Times Staff Writer October 19, 2006 Democratic strategists are joining forces with conservative evangelicals to promote a faith-...
Barbara Bush: 'terrible year' for GOP At Dallas fundraiser, Hutchison agrees hold on Congress precarious 06:56 AM CDT on Wednesday, October 18, 2006 By TODD J. GILLMAN / The Dallas Morning News Two of the most popular Republican women in Texas, Barbara Bush and Sen. Kay Bailey...