Tuesday, January 6, 2004 New pages appear by 10 a.m. Monday-Friday
Clip from a WFAA-TV Cowboys' locker room sportscast. Watch the background and you'll see why the MPEG is entitled "So much for THAT myth" CLIP Thanks, Stu
Council to decide whether tax breaks should be offered to encourage northside development A well-written story by Express-News reporter William Pack.
WOAI cancels 'Duel & Booms' afternoon show
ban causing truck drivers abandon cargo at Mexico border The truckers
marooned their loads after learning they would not be allowed to reach
their final destinations. Inez Torres Hurtado, an independent
Mexican truck driver, said the loss of the beef cargo he was carrying
on Saturday will force him to sell his prized semi-truck, on which
he was three payments past due.
Official: Army seeks to apply short-term stop loss to ALL active-duty in Iraq "The Army is seeking congressional approval to place all active-duty soldiers currently deployed in support of Operation Iraq Freedom under a short-term stop-loss action.."
CONSERVATIVES AT WORK
Before baby talk: signs and signals For hearing and deaf children, the ability to gesture tends to develop ahead of words. Babies can wave bye-bye to Grandma months before they can talk, for instance.
What's Osama bin Laden's message? If you want to get a first-hand sense of what bin Laden is telling his followers that goes beyond the sometimes cursory summaries in the initial news stories, you have to go to a variety of international news sites.
British Airways flight to US scrubbed over fear of woman bomber hiding explosives in her vagina A senior Scotland Yard source said the would-be bomber planned to hide up to 12 oz of plastic explosive in her vagina. The source added, "Smuggling a bomb on to a plane by this method is one of our worst nightmares."
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