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Zachary A. Goldfarb The Washington Post The Department of Veteran Affairs said yesterday that it will offer free credit monitoring for a year to the millions of veterans and military personnel whose personal information was stolen last month. The department said the plan will...
Maura Reynolds LA Times Democrats and Republicans dueled over the Iraq war in the Senate on Wednesday, exchanging rhetorical jabs as each side sought political advantage on a debate many strategists believed could be a decisive factor in determining which party would control...
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...
LYNN BREZOSKY The Associated Press BROWNSVILLE -- As the families of two missing soldiers waited to hear if two bodies found Tuesday were their loved ones, the uncle of one lashed out at the government, saying it did not do enough to bring the men home safe. "Because the U.S...
GEBE MARTINEZ Houston Chronicle In a sign that major immigration legislation may be dead for this year, House leaders decided Tuesday to conduct summer hearings across the nation to gauge public opinion before any formal negotiations with the Senate on a final reform measure...
TED BRIDIS and JOHN SOLOMON The Associated Press Federal and local police across the country have been gathering Americans' phone records from private data brokers without subpoenas or warrants. These brokers, many of whom market aggressively on the Internet, have broken into...
Charles Babington Washington Post While congressional Republicans continued to show almost unanimous support for President Bush's handling of the Iraq war, Democrats struggled for consensus yesterday, reflecting what some of them called the public's mixed feelings about the...
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...