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Story Courtesy of the San Francisco Chronicle By Seth Borenstein (05-31) 17:02 PDT WASHINGTON, (AP) -- Scientists have found what might have been the ideal ancient vacation hotspot with a 74-degree Fahrenheit average temperature, alligator ancestors and palm trees. It's smack in...
Story Courtesy of The Dallas Morning News By Karen Brooks AUSTIN – House Speaker Tom Craddick and his wife, Nadine, will soon start raising at least half a million dollars from lobbyists, corporations and other sources for an extensive renovation of their apartment inside the...
Story Courtesy of The New York Times By Eric Schmitt and David S. Cloud WASHINGTON, May 30 — A military investigator uncovered evidence in February and March that contradicted repeated claims by marines that Iraqi civilians killed in Haditha last November were victims of a...
Story Courtes of The Los Angeles Times By Jessica Garrison May 31, 2006 Single people everywhere dream of a match made in heaven. Anne Majerik dreame only of a match made in Beverly Hills. But when her high-priced matchmaker disappointed her, she sued. And on Tuesday, a jury...
Story courtesy of San Francisco Chronicle By Anna Badkhen Baghdad -- First came the anonymous letters telling Shiite families to leave Abu Ghraib, a predominantly Sunni suburb on the western outskirts of Baghdad where the infamous prison is located. Soon after, checkpoints went...
Story Courtesy of the San Francisco Chronicle By Dedra Pickler President Bush, visiting America's most hallowed military burial ground to "honor this place where valor sleeps," said Monday the nation must persevere in the war against terrorists for the sake of those have already...
Story Courtesy of The Los Angeles Times By David G. Savage WASHINGTON — As the Supreme Court heads into the final month of its term, the new chief justice has shown a knack for finding ways to decide cases on narrow issues that have led to unanimous rulings. But June is rarely...
Story Courtesy of the San Francisco Chronicle By Rick DelVecchio Seth Roberts is a UC Berkeley psychology professor known for going his own way. His latest publication is a diet book, which is something scholars at world-ranked universities don't write too often but which...
Story Courtesy of The New York Times Associated Press WASHINGTON, May 29 (AP) — Senator Harry Reid of Nevada, the Democratic leader, accepted free ringside tickets from the Nevada State Athletic Commission to three professional boxing matches while the agency was trying to...