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FBI's release of ferry passenger photos resented By Lornet Turnbull, Janet Tu and Mike Carter Seattle Times staff reporters For Arabs and Muslims across the Puget Sound area, a rise in the nation's threat level or a bombing halfway around the world often can mark a period of...
Duncanville: Electronic devices off limits to students during school day 08:35 AM CDT on Thursday, August 23, 2007 By HERB BOOTH / Special Contributor to The Dallas Morning News Students heading back to school in Duncanville should leave their cellphones in their backpacks or at...
NAACP Urges NFL to Let Vick Play AgainNAACP Chapter Says NFL Should Let Michael Vick Play Football Again After He Serves Sentence The Associated Press By ERRIN HAINES Associated Press Writer ATLANTA Aug 22, 2007 (AP) An NAACP leader said Michael Vick should be allowed to return...
N.J. takes tough stance on illegal immigrant crime Posted 14h 26m ago TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — After a review driven by three brutal slayings, the state attorney general on Wednesday ordered New Jersey law enforcers to notify federal immigration officials whenever someone arrested...
S.C. Prisons Director Defends Pink Plan By MEG KINNARD 08.21.07, 8:04 PM ET COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina's prisons director on Tuesday defended a policy of punishing inmates who perform sex acts by dressing them in pink, despite a lawsuit claiming the rule subjects prisoners...
Ending dogfighting in Texas no easy task Tougher penalties on the way, but blood sport grows and enforcement proves difficult 09:10 AM CDT on Wednesday, August 22, 2007 By JAMES HOHMANN / The Dallas Morning News jhohmann@dallasnews.com Running a dogfight will become a felony in...
Bush denies superstate rumours By Jon Ward August 22, 2007 MONTEBELLO, Quebec — President Bush and the leaders of Canada and Mexico yesterday ridiculed the notion that their countries are conspiring to create a regional supergovernment similar to the European Union. "I'm amused...
U.S. Uncovers Iraq Bribe Case Authorities Look to Army Major, Family for Missing $9.6 Million By Dana Hedgpeth Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, August 22, 2007; Page D01 U.S. officials call it the largest bribery case to come out of the Iraq war. But where did the $9.6...
Wife of Police Chief Arrested on Drug Charges August 21st, 2007 @ 10:58am WENDOVER, Utah (AP) -- The wife of the Wendover police chief has been arrested for selling drugs at the club where she strips. The Salt Lake Tribune reports that on Friday 39-year-old Sylvia Tripp was...