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Bush Set To Send Guard to Border Assignment Would Be Temporary; Critics Cite Strain on Troops By Peter Baker Washington Post Staff Writer Monday, May 15, 2006; A01 President Bush tried to ease the worries of his Mexican counterpart yesterday as he prepared for a nationally...
Immigrant Supporters To Counter Bush Speech New Alliance Ready To Make Itself Heard By Darryl Fears Washington Post Staff Writer Monday, May 15, 2006; A01 As President Bush prepares to address the nation tonight about immigration, a newly formed network of groups that organized...
Questions on NSA Abound How -- or whether -- former director and CIA nominee Michael Hayden answers them will help determine his future, lawmakers say. By Josh Meyer Times Staff Writer May 15, 2006 WASHINGTON — Top lawmakers from both parties said Sunday that the nomination of...
Negroponte Had Denied Domestic Call Monitoring Administration Won't Comment on NSA Logs By Dan Eggen Washington Post Staff Writer Monday, May 15, 2006; A03 When he was asked about the National Security Agency's controversial domestic surveillance program last Monday, U.S...
Story Courtesy of The New York Times By Edmnund L. Andrews WASHINGTON, May 11 — The Senate voted 54 to 44 on Thursday to pass almost $70 billion in tax cuts, mostly for the nation's wealthiest taxpayers. The action ensures that virtually all of President Bush's tax cuts will be...
Story Courtesy of the New York Times By David Stout WASHINGTON, May 11 — Senate leaders said Thursday that they had broken a political stalemate and would bring to the floor next week an immigration bill that could put millions of illegal immigrants on the road to eventual...
Story Courtesy of The Washington Post By Charles Babington Washington Post Staff Writer Seeking to choke off a Republican rallying cry, the House's top Democrat has told colleagues that the party will not seek to impeach President Bush even if it gains control of the House in...
Story Courtesy of www.thisislondon.com By Tom Teodorczuk and Mike Goodridge Evening Standard The row over the imminent release of the Da Vinci Code film grew today when star Tom Hanks hit out at its Catholic critics. Cardinals, speaking with the authorisation of the Vatican,...
Story Courtesy of The San Francisco Chronicle By Matthew B. Stannard Chronicle Staff Writer Somewhere in America, powerful computers ingest crumbs of data about your personal life. Your income level. The kind of car you drive. Your home address. Your credit rating. All input,...