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Immigrants, allies plan day of protests, including work boycott Protests will again call for legalization for 12 million workers and their families. By Juan Castillo AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF Tuesday, May 01, 2007 Illegal immigrants and their allies will boycott work, avoid any...
NAACP to hold funeral for 'N' word DETROIT (AP) — The NAACP held a symbolic funeral in Detroit 63 years ago for Jim Crow. The civil rights organization will do the same this summer for the "N" word, the Rev. Wendell Anthony said Sunday. Anthony, president of the civil rights...
Watergate reporter demolishes Hillary’s career story Sarah Baxter, Washington Drawing on a trove of private papers from Hillary Clinton’s best friend, the legendary Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein is to publish a hard-hitting and intimate portrait of the 2008 presidential...
Reagan's men are backing - an actor By Tim Shipman in Washington, Sunday Telegraph Last Updated: 1:02am BST 29/04/2007 Ronald Reagan's closest allies are throwing their weight behind the White House bid by the late president's fellow actor, Fred Thompson. The film star and...
Saudi: Terror Suspects Trained to Use Planes By MIKE LEE April 28, 2007 Inside Saudi Arabia today, state run TV was showing the public what it usually shows them, a long series of handshakes and photo ops among dignitaries. It all looked like business as usual. But, in a...
Ex-CIA officers slam former boss on Iraq, bin Laden WASHINGTON (CNN) -- In the period leading up to the Iraq war, the head of the CIA didn't speak out loudly enough about U.S. intelligence that said Saddam Hussein did not have weapons of mass destruction, said a former CIA...
Rice Rebuts Tenet’s Assertion That ’01 Warning Was Ignored By BRIAN KNOWLTON Published: April 30, 2007 WASHINGTON, April 29 — Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice defended herself on Sunday against the assertion by the former C.I.A. director, George J. Tenet, that she had...
Ex-C.I.A. Chief, in Book, Assails Cheney on Iraq By SCOTT SHANE and MARK MAZZETTI Published: April 27, 2007 WASHINGTON, April 26 — George J. Tenet, the former director of central intelligence, has lashed out against Vice President Dick Cheney and other Bush administration...
Parent-taught drivers more accident prone By GORDON DICKSON gdickson@star-telegram.com Parents may be their child’s first teachers, but they aren’t necessarily good driver’s ed instructors. Teen-agers taught to drive by their parents are nearly three times more likely to be...