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Robin Wright and Scott Wilson THE WASHINGTON POST On an unannounced trip to ravaged Beirut, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice outlined a plan Monday to deploy an international force, possibly led by NATO, in a buffer zone just inside Lebanon for 60 to 90 days, after which it...
Ben Wear AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN Some Austin City Council members want to join a growing number of other Texas cities in using cameras to catch red-light runners. Council Members Jennifer Kim, Lee Leffingwell and Mike Martinez are seeking a vote Thursday that would ask City...
JOHN W. GONZALEZ Houston Chronicle The California-based Minuteman Project, which strongly opposes illegal immigration, has targeted Texas for a two-month border watch operation, officials said Monday. The group and its affiliate, Texas Minutemen, will muster members and...
HELEN ERIKSEN Houston Chronicle KATY - Katy school officials will pay $40,000 to an elementary teacher wrongfully fired over a disciplinary incident in exchange for her leaving the district. Monday's unanimous decision by the school board to pay Jennifer Silva ended a battle...
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Link to video Democratic Rep. Robert Wexler says he was just playing along with the joke when comedian Stephen Colbert prodded him in an interview to say: "I enjoy cocaine because it's a fun thing to do." The Florida congressman who is unchallenged for re-...
There was a large crowd Monday night at the “Trans Texas Corridor” public hearing in Georgetown. That's where citizens overwhelmingly slammed Governor Perry’s vision for a massive network of highways, rail and pipelines extending from Oklahoma to Mexico. "I don't like the...
Jennifer Kim will join Austin's Morning News to discuss the use of cameras at intersections to catch light-runners. Council members Jennifer Kim, Lee Leffingwell and Mike Martinez have added the item to the agenda of Thursday's council meeting.
Dr. George Friedman of Stratfor.com has the latest intelligence on the fighting in Lebanon on Austin's Morning News at 8:40am
Matthew Kalman SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE Israel's military response by air, land and sea to what it considered a provocation last week by Hezbollah militants is unfolding according to a plan finalized more than a year ago. In the six years since Israel ended its military...