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Story Courtesy of The Washington Post By Charles Babington Backers of President Bush's bid to revamp immigration laws scored another small victory in the Senate yesterday, but they are increasingly concerned about a House Republican policy that could block final agreement even...
Story Courtesy of The Washington Post By Christopher Lee and Steve Vogel As many as 26.5 million veterans were placed at risk of identity theft after an intruder stole an electronic data file this month containing their names, birth dates and Social Security numbers from the...
Story courtesy of The Washington Times By Charles Hunt Americans' hoop dreams in Iran By Aneesh Raman CNN TEHRAN, Iran (CNN) -- At 7 feet 2 inches tall, it's hard for Garth Joseph not to stand out on the streets of Tehran -- even harder as an American. He and teammate, Andre...
Story courtesy of Loca6.com A giant 700-pound, 12-foot-long alligator was captured and pulled from a Florida canal after fearful residents called for help, according to a Local 6 News report. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- IMAGES...
Senate Votes English as 'National Language' Bill Keeps in Place Multilingual Laws By Jonathan Weisman and Jim VandeHei Washington Post Staff Writers Friday, May 19, 2006; A01 After an emotional debate fraught with symbolism, the Senate yesterday voted to make English the "...
Mexico to Protest U.S. Border Plan By REUTERS MEXICO CITY, May 18 — Mexico will formally complain to the United States about plans to build security fences and deploy National Guard troops on the border to curb illegal immigration, Mexico's foreign minister, Luis Ernesto Derbez...
Story courtesy of The Dallas Morning News By Terrence Stutz AUSTIN – More than one in eight Texas high school seniors – a record 31,716 students from the class of 2006 – won't get a diploma this month because they didn't pass all sections of the state graduation test after...
Story courtesy of USA Today By Andrea Stone WASHINGTON — The Bush administration briefed select members of Congress 30 times on the National Security Agency's surveillance programs since the Sept. 11 attacks, according to a declassified list released Wednesday. National...
Story courtesy of USA Today By Martha T. Moore A suburb of St. Louis faces a lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union after it voted to deny residency to an unmarried couple and their children. The City Council of Black Jack, Mo., voted Tuesday not to broaden a regulation...