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Kerry's triumph diminishes role of Texas primary Any chance that Texans might have influenced the Democratic presidential nomination pretty much evaporated as John Kerry won most of Super Tuesday's primaries and John Edwards signaled he would drop out of the race
Pot calls kettle black Tom DeLay says "It's about money!" and threatens broadcasters with Congress sanctions
Old law gives DeLay new trouble Travis DA investigates if committee violated 1907 ban on using corporate funds in elections
Latest school food rule: Less junk, no fryers New Texas guidelines to be announced today change makeup of children's meals
Support for gay unions in California Gov. Schwarzenegger said that he strongly opposes Bush's call for a constitutional amendment barring gay marriage.
Senators try to smoke out spyware The SPYBLOCK Act would make it illegal to install software on personal computers without consent in a bid to control the growing problem of software that spies on what people do online.
Mother knows best to find a long-lost child Luz Cuevas took one look at the dimpled, dark-haired little girl at a birthday party and instantly knew two things: She was watching her own daughter declared dead in a 1997 fire and she needed a way to prove it.
asks probe of Aristide's kidnap claim Mr. Aristide's claim
has irked the leaders of the country hosting his exile, the Central
African Republic. They took away Mr. Aristide's telephone yesterday,
which he had used to call U.S. media outlets and make his kidnapping
claims, and asked him to stop blaming the United States for his departure
as they work to get another country to take him
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