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More Doctors in Texas After Malpractice Caps By RALPH BLUMENTHAL Published: October 5, 2007 HOUSTON, Oct. 4 — In Texas, it can be a long wait for a doctor: up to six months. That is not for an appointment. That is the time it can take the Texas Medical Board to process...
FOX News Poll: Nearly 1 in 5 Democrats Say World Will Be Better Off if U.S. Loses War Thursday, October 04, 2007 By Dana Blanton NEW YORK — Nearly one out of every five Democrats thinks the world will be better off if America loses the war in Iraq, according to the FOX News...
Dallas councilman seeks to ban saggy pants Councilman says he wants to help improve young adults' self-image By THOMAS KOROSEC Copyright 2007 Houston Chronicle Dallas Bureau DALLAS — Saying he is fed up with seeing young men in saggy pants, a councilman said Thursday he wants to...
24 illegal song downloads cost US woman 220,000 dollars 15 hours ago CHICAGO (AFP) — In the first US trial to challenge the illegal downloading of music on the Internet, a single mother from Minnesota was ordered Thursday to pay more than 220,000 dollars for sharing 24 songs...
Four officers punished over body searches Web Posted: 10/05/2007 12:37 AM CDT Lomi Kriel Express-News Four San Antonio police officers have been suspended without pay after an April incident at a South Side bar where about a dozen women and men claimed they were wrongfully...
School Keeps Christmas, Halloween; Adds Ramadan Muslim Mother Asks That Ramadan Be Celebrated Along With Other Holidays In Oak Lawn Schools (CBS) OAK LAWN, Ill. Following a school board meeting where parent complained about what the saw as an assault on traditional American...
Students withdraw as deportation fears reach Irving schools Irving parents withdrawing kids, may keep them out 11:27 PM CDT on Wednesday, October 3, 2007 By KATHERINE LEAL UNMUTH / The Dallas Morning News kunmuth@dallasnews.com Immigrant parents who fear deportation are "on the...
SCHIP OF FOOLS October 4, 2007 -- President Bush's veto yesterday of a Democratic health-insurance bill is variously being described as "heartless," "irresponsible" and a bid to deny "health care to millions of low-income kids in America." "With the stroke of a pen, President...
Truthiness on Young Black Males in Prison Cells vs. College Dorms The Washington Post Fact Checker column is an invaluable source on the truthiness of campaign rhetoric. Democratic presidential hopefuls Barack Obama and John Edwards made headlines earlier this year with claims...