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Wal-Mart Counters Criticism With a Political-Style Ad Campaign By MICHAEL BARBARO Wal-Mart, under attack now from unions and prominent Democrats, yesterday introduced a marketing campaign that closely resembles the television advertisements used by political candidates. In a...
BEN FELLER Associated Press For all the differences between the sexes, here's one that might stir up debate in the teacher's lounge: Boys learn more from men and girls learn more from women. That's the upshot of a provocative study by Thomas Dee, an associate professor of...
ASSOCIATED PRESS Football coaches at schools in the state's two largest classifications average $31,404 more in salary than teachers, slightly less than they did 10 years ago, the Austin American-Statesman reported Sunday following an examination of public records. The Statesman...
Joshua Mitnick THE WASHINGTON TIMES Hezbollah leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah said yesterday that he would not have ordered the July 12 seizure of two Israeli soldiers had he known it would provoke a war that leveled Shi'ite villages and neighborhoods throughout Lebanon. "We did...
SHERYL GAY STOLBERG The New York Times When the nation records the legacy of George W. Bush, 43rd president and self-described compassionate conservative, two competing images will help tell the tale. The first is of Mr. Bush after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, bullhorn in...
Dr. Goerge Freidman of Stratfor.com Will Join Austin's Morning News on Monday, August 28th, at 8:40am to discuss the latest news on Israel and Iraq.
Lawrence Wright will join Austin's Morning News to discuss his new book The Looming Tower: Al Qaeda And The Road To 9/11. Mr. Wright will be in studio for the eight o'clock hour of Austin's Morning News and we will be giving away copies of his book.
BILL CARTER The New York Times For the first time since it went on the air in 2000, the hit CBS reality television program “Survivor” will divide its teams — or tribes, as they are known on the show — along racial lines. For the first half of the series this fall, four teams of...
TAWNELL D. HOBBS The Dallas Morning News A proposal to ban saggy pants in Dallas gained steam Wednesday as City Council members discussed how to deal with the popular clothing trend. Several council members voiced support and asked the city attorney's office to research whether...