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Landscapers: We don't take gay customers A Houston company's rejection of a client shocks some in the city, where homosexuals have made strides. By Lianne Hart, Times Staff Writer November 6, 2006 HOUSTON — The co-owner of a landscaping company here called Garden Guy turned down...
Perry believes non-christians are doomed SAN ANTONIO – Gov. Rick Perry, after a God and country sermon attended by dozens of political candidates Sunday, said that he agreed with the minister that non-Christians will be condemned to hell. "In my faith, that's what it says, and I...
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi warned that a Republican victory Tuesday would prolong the U.S. involvement in Iraq another 10 years, as she embarked on a final push in a campaign that could make her speaker. In an interview from her Capitol office, Pelosi characterized...
ASSOCIATED PRESS The leader of the 30 million-member National Association of Evangelicals, a vocal opponent of gay marriage, resigned Thursday after being accused of paying for sex with a man in monthly trysts over the past three years. The Rev. Ted Haggard, a married father of...
Under a new federal policy, children born in the United States to illegal immigrants with low incomes will no longer be automatically entitled to health insurance through Medicaid, Bush administration officials said Thursday. Doctors and hospitals said the policy change would...
Gov. Rick Perry in a closed meeting Thursday told African-American ministers in Houston that government has an important function in promoting strong moral values and saving children from a "culture of godlessness." "It's a ridiculous notion to say you cannot legislate morality...
American Legion to Sen. Kerry: Apologize Now INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 31 /U.S. Newswire/ -- The National Commander of The American Legion called on Sen. John Kerry to apologize for suggesting that American troops in Iraq are uneducated. "As a constituent of Senator Kerry's I am...
Those wrinkles aren't from squinting YouTube, MySpace, computer gaming -- a big chunk of users approach middle age Joe Garofoli, Chronicle Staff Writer Sunday, October 29, 2006 New media is no longer just the province of the pubescent. A growing share of its audience is old...
Its roundup time for stray cats Officials hope spay-neuter clinic helps control population. By Claire Osborn AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF Saturday, October 28, 2006 All over the Austin area, they come to feed the cats. The cats are strays — some abandoned by owners, many the...