Lightning website reports this:
Van de Putte says she has a serious "medical" problem, and has
hinted in an exclusive interview with the Lightning that the condition
is so severe that she may have to resign.
Speaking by phone from her San Antonio home, Van de Putte said she is
undergoing a "serious medical procedure."
(At mid-day the Senator issued
a statement that she is not resigning)
of the national debt, in case you missed economist Paul Krugman's commentary,
check it out: Don't
look down U.S. economy resembles Wile. E. Coyote just before the plunge
Panel subpoenas FAA documents
Independent probe says the Bush administration has been
slow to provide information. The subpoenas bring to a head the contentious
dispute between the bipartisan commission and the administration.
Teresa mania is sweeping Rome in advance of her Sunday beatification,
including a smash-hit musical in which the philanthropic legend belts
out pop tunes while wearing a sari with a slit up the front.
join forces to roll back parts of Patriot Act
A bipartisan group of lawmakers and advocacy groups have
formed a "Coalition of Conscience" to roll back sections of
the Patriot Act they say encroach on civil liberties.
commits suicide after daddy allegedly raped her
eats paralyzed boy's fingers
Gosh o mighty,
this turned out to be a pit bull mix! I'm shocked shocked! Who would have
thought a pit bull could be involved in any such terrible thing?
cops getting around suspects' Miranda rights
invasion yields mixed results
War in Iraq has swollen the ranks of al Qaeda and galvanized
the Islamic militant group's will, the International Institute for Strategic
Studies says in its annual report.
TV charges businesses $2500 to be on "Daytime" show, never mentions
payment on air
Erotic bakery a big hit with
car's name causes blushes in Canada
rust and new life into bug science
A family of iron-breathing critters is redefining what scientists believed
possible about new energy sources, Earth's earliest life, and more.
screeners fail weapons tests
Five undercover agents of the US Department of Homeland
Security posing as passengers last week carried weapons through several
security checkpoints at Logan International Airport without being
orders officials to stop the leaks
WASHINGTON - Concerned about the appearance of disarray
and feuding within his administration as well as growing resistance to
his policies in Iraq, President Bush - living up to his recent declaration
that he is in charge - told his top officials to "stop the leaks"
to the media, or else.
News of Bush's order leaked almost immediately.
The 2004 political calendar is front-loaded with key presidential primaries.
This means the Democratic candidate for president could be decided by
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