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A Houston-area mother pleaded guilty to charges of killing her baby with cocaine that was ingested through her breast milk, KPRC Local 2 reported Wednesday. Catherine James pleaded guilty to injury to a child charges in a Brazoria County district court, officials said. The...
Election glitches 'could get ugly' Updated 9/14/2006 12:37 AM ET E-mail | Save | Print | Reprints & Permissions | Subscribe to stories like this Glitches: Poll problems 'could get ugly' | Election officials worried By Richard Wolf, USA TODAY WASHINGTON — Eight weeks before...
Amnesty International Says Hezbollah Committed War Crimes By ALAN COWELL Published: September 14, 2006 LONDON, Thursday, Sept. 14 — Matching an earlier condemnation of Israel, Amnesty International on Thursday accused Hezbollah forces of war crimes and “serious violations of...
U.S. military to probe release of photo of Taliban funeral in Afghanistan Posted 9/13/2006 10:20 PM WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. military acknowledged Wednesday that it considered bombing a group of more than 100 Taliban insurgents in southern Afghanistan but decided not to after...
Hip hop music fans have more sex: study Wed Sep 13, 2006 9:31 PM ET LONDON (Reuters) - Fans of hip hop music are likely to have had more sexual partners in the last five years while many of those who prefer classical strains will have tried cannabis, according to a study...
Woman accused of having sex with two teenage boys By MIKE GLENN Copyright 2006 Houston Chronicle A northeast Harris County woman is accused of having sex with two teenage boys in her neighborhood, authorities said. The investigation began Aug. 12 after the parents of a 16-year-...
Controversial radio ad for gun shop takes aim at evacuees Radio personality says gun sales are up By Stephanie Guadian (9/12/06 - KTRK/HOUSTON) - One of Houston's most famous voices is taking aim -- both literally and figuratively -- at Katrina evacuees living in Houston...
Air Force chief: Test weapons on testy U.S. mobs POSTED: 7:56 p.m. EDT, September 12, 2006 Adjust font size: WASHINGTON (AP) -- Nonlethal weapons such as high-power microwave devices should be used on American citizens in crowd-control situations before being used on the...
BU moves to clean up foul language at games Now forbids swears, racist, sexist words By Maria Cramer and Sarah Schweitzer, Globe Staff | September 12, 2006 No swearing allowed. Quit the sexist and racist chants, as well. And if sports fans don't stop, they will get tossed from...