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Shankar Vedantam THE WASHINGTON POST Children born to fathers of advancing age are at significantly higher risk of developing autism compared with children born to younger fathers, according a comprehensive study published yesterday that offers surprising new insight into one of...
R.G. RATCLIFFE Houston Chronicle Labor Day marked the unofficial start of a general election season that will feature a five-way governor's race, hot congressional duels that give Democrats hopes of picking up two seats and an array of contests for the U.S. Senate and numerous...
CARL HULSE and RACHEL L. SWARNS The New York Times As they prepare for a critical pre-election legislative stretch, Congressional Republican leaders have all but abandoned a broad overhaul of immigration laws and instead will concentrate on national security issues they believe...
School district releases photos in art teacher case Trustees saw nude pictures of Hoover and others while evaluating incident. By Raven L. Hill AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF Friday, September 01, 2006 Photographs viewed by Austin school board members who took steps to fire a former...
Former justice's son going to prison for child porn By Steven Kreytak AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF Friday, September 01, 2006 Three weeks ago, Senior U.S. District Judge James Nowlin balked at accepting the guilty plea of a former Texas Supreme Court justice's son who admitted...
Bush Takes His Case to Veterans War in Iraq Depicted as One Against Radical Islamic Terrorism By Michael Abramowitz Washington Post Staff Writer Friday, September 1, 2006; Page A09 SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 31 -- President Bush renewed his effort to shore up flagging public support...
Iran Defies Deadline On Nuclear Program U.S. to Press U.N. To Impose Sanctions By Dafna Linzer Washington Post Staff Writer Friday, September 1, 2006; Page A01 A defiant Iran faced the prospect of economic sanctions after U.N. inspectors reported that the country ignored...
Three Polls Find Workers Sensing Deep Pessimism Sign In to E-Mail This Print Reprints Save By STEVEN GREENHOUSE Published: August 31, 2006 Three new opinion polls released yesterday found deep pessimism among American workers, with most saying that wages were not keeping pace...
Georgetown schools enter second year of drug testing Tests expanded from athletes to students in other activities. By Bob Banta AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF Thursday, August 31, 2006 Where once only athletes were required to take random drug tests, Georgetown students in grades...