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Muslims press U.N. for truce in Lebanon By SEAN YOONG, Associated Press Writer Thu Aug 3, 6:13 AM ET The Islamic world's largest organization of countries demanded on Thursday that the U.N. implement an immediate cease-fire in Lebanon and investigate what it called flagrant...
Women Violated by Video Voyeur Seek Justice California Man Served 120 Days in Jail After Secretly Watching Women for Years Aug. 3, 2006 — - Yvonne Goodwin, a 35-year-old mother of two in Huntington Beach, Calif., no longer feels safe in her own home. That's because she...
GOP Bid On Wages, Estate Tax Is Blocked Democrats Prevent Vote on Senate Bill By Charles Babington Washington Post Staff Writer Friday, August 4, 2006; A01 Senate Democrats blocked a Republican bid to combine a tax cut for the wealthy with a wage increase for the working poor...
THE CONFLICT IN IRAQ Generals Give Grim Report on Iraqi Strife Top U.S. commanders tell senators that a troop reduction this year is unlikely and that civil war is now possible if violence is not stemmed. By Julian E. Barnes Times Staff Writer August 4, 2006 WASHINGTON — Two top...
Andy Mosher and Griff Witte THE WASHINGTON POST A flailing Iraq reconstruction effort that has been dominated for more than three years by U.S. dollars and companies is being transferred to Iraqis, leaving them the challenge of completing a long list of projects left unfinished...
Colum Lynch THE WASHINGTON POST The European Union's 25 foreign ministers called Tuesday for an immediate cessation of hostilities in southern Lebanon and expressed their "readiness" to serve in a multinational peacekeeping force there once Israel and Hezbollah agree to halt...
Steven Mufson THE WASHINGTON POST The Senate approved yesterday a bill that would open more than 8 million acres in the Gulf of Mexico to oil and gas drilling, but it must be reconciled with a vastly more permissive House measure that would end a 25-year-old moratorium on...
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Undercover investigators entered the United States using fake documents repeatedly this year – including some cases in which Homeland Security Department agents didn't ask for identification. At nine border crossings on the Mexico and Canadian borders,...