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Rachel Zoll Associated Press Episcopal delegates snubbed Anglican leaders' request that they temporarily stop electing openly gay bishops, a vote that prompted the church's leader to call a special session in hopes of reaching a compromise to preserve Anglican unity. The vote...
Jerry Seper THE WASHINGTON TIMES Nearly half of the 10 million to 12 million illegal aliens now in the United States entered the country legally, but never left. Carrying visas and U.S.-approved border crossing cards, they were inspected by immigration officers at 300 sea, air...
Associated Press The social networking Web site MySpace.com, which has become a lightning rod for warnings about online sexual predators, was sued Monday for $30 million by a 14-year-old girl who says she was sexually assaulted by another MySpace user. The lawsuit filed in...
Joshua Partlow and Jonathan Finer Washington Post More than 8,000 U.S. and Iraqi troops scoured villages south of Baghdad on Monday for two soldiers missing since an attack four days ago, as an insurgent group linked to al-Qaeda in Iraq claimed that it had abducted the Army...
Judy Keen USA TODAY Despite a federal effort to enlist help from local police to catch illegal immigrants, some of the USA's biggest cities are declining to enforce immigration laws. Police chiefs, mayors and city councils are ordering local cops not to get involved as federal...
Paul Wiseman USA TODAY In their biggest show of strength in nearly five years, pro-Taliban fighters are terrorizing southern Afghanistan — ambushing military patrols, assassinating opponents and even enforcing the law in remote villages where they operate with near impunity. "We...
David Zucchino LA Times PHILADELPHIA — The sign contains just eight words and is hardly big enough to wrap around a cheesesteak. But here in South Philadelphia, home of the cheesesteak, the sign that Joey Vento posted at Geno's Steaks speaks volumes. It reads: "This Is America...
Peter Baker WASHINGTON POST In a White House that had virtually forgotten what good news looks like, the past few weeks have been refreshing. A Republican won a much-watched special congressional election. President Bush recruited a Wall Street heavy hitter as Treasury secretary...
Dan Balz WASHINGTON POST Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) drew boos and hisses from an audience of liberal activists yesterday as she defended her opposition to a timetable for withdrawing U.S. forces from Iraq, and later she received an implicit rebuke from Sen. John F...