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Greg Brosnan REUTERS Mexico pleaded with President Bush on Monday to veto a Senate proposal to build a fence to keep illegal immigrants out, saying it could backfire by making the border less secure. The U.S. Senate overwhelmingly backed a bill on Friday to put up about 700...
Colo. Gunman Said to Have Attacked Some Pupils Sexually Killer, 53, Was Petty Criminal With No Known Link to School Associated Press Friday, September 29, 2006; Page A03 BAILEY, Colo., Sept. 28 -- By Catherine Tsai Associated Press The gunman who killed a student and committed...
Perry defends call for single, Friday night debate Rivals accuse governor of arrogance and lack of courage to discuss the issues By R.G. RATCLIFFE Copyright 2006 Houston Chronicle Gov. Rick Perry on Thursday said a single debate in the governor's race will be plenty because the...
Tub tryst lands cop in hot water 'I could see they had no bottoms on' September 28, 2006 BY LAUREN FITZPATRICK Daily Southtown The defendants, a soberly suited and neatly combed 11-year Cook County sheriff's lieutenant and her boyfriend, are tagged as perpetrators of public...
Louisville Paper Gets Disc With 232 Photos of Nude National Guard Women By E&P Staff and The Associated Press Published: September 28, 2006 1:55 PM ET updated 4:20 PM ET LOUISVILLE, KY. -- U.S. Army officials are taking a close look at whether women in a Kentucky National...
Mexico opposed to U.S. border fence Posted 9/28/2006 11:07 PM ET E-mail | Save | Print | Subscribe to stories like this MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico warned Thursday that the U.S. proposal to build miles of border fence will damage relations between the two countries. The Foreign...
UPDATE 3-7-Eleven, Citgo deny fuel move tied to Chavez jab By Erwin Seba HOUSTON, Sept 27 (Reuters) - A week after Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez called George W. Bush "the devil," convenience store chain 7-Eleven Inc. said on Wednesday it will stop selling gasoline from...
Nearly 60 Percent of Workers Experience Road Rage During Office Commute, CareerBuilder.com Survey Finds CHICAGO, Sept. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Are yelling, horn-honking and creative hand gestures a regular part of your commute? You're not alone. Fifty-nine percent of workers surveyed...