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Photo of Monster Hog Called Into Question; Web Site Claims It Was Doctored Tuesday, May 29, 2007 Is it a humongous hog, a monster mistake, or a huge hoax? That's the question being asked Tuesday about a stunning photo distributed last Friday by the Associated Press that purports...
Students at Trinity Christian Academy in Jacksonville watched as a python killed and ate a rabbit in a classroom crowded with students. The video of the event was posted to YouTube.com, while students looked on. Watch the Video Here...
Jihadists moving into Lebanon from Syria By Christopher Allbritton THE WASHINGTON TIMES May 29, 2007 NAHR EL-BARED, Lebanon -- Heavily armed foreign jihadists have been entering Lebanon from Syria from around the time Western authorities noticed a drop in the infiltration of...
"Good Riddance Attention Whore" by CindySheehan Mon May 28, 2007 at 09:57:01 AM PDT I have endured a lot of smear and hatred since Casey was killed and especially since I became the so-called "Face" of the American anti-war movement. Especially since I renounced any tie I have...
Obama Offers Universal Health Care Plan By MIKE GLOVER, Associated Press Writer 5:06 AM PDT, May 29, 2007 IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Seeking to add heft to his presidential bid, Democrat Barack Obama is offering a sweeping plan that would provide every citizen a means to have health...
By Rob Stein THE WASHINGTON POST Sunday, May 27, 2007 WASHINGTON — The federal government is undertaking the most ambitious set of studies ever mounted under a controversial arrangement that allows researchers to conduct some kinds of medical experiments without first getting...
By Laylan Copelin, Jason Embry AMERICAN-STATESMAN Monday, May 28, 2007 Dozens of lawmakers shut down the Texas House shortly after midnight by walking out after a member tried to take a roll call vote on Speaker Tom Craddick's leadership. Rep. Pat Haggerty, R-El Paso, stunned...
Environmentalists Classified as Terrorists, Get Stiff Sentences. By RUSSELL GOLDMAN May 25, 2007 The first two members of a radical environmental group who admitted to setting a series of fires aimed at saving animals, were sentenced Thursday to 12 to 16 years in federal prison...
N.C. judge OKs witness oaths using Quran RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Witnesses and jurors being sworn in at state courthouses can take their oath using any religious text, not just the Bible, a judge ruled Thursday. Judge Paul Ridgeway said both common law and state Supreme Court...