Monday, January 12. 2004 New pages by 10 a.m. Monday-Friday
goal 'was always Saddam' "..documents
from Mr O'Neill and others .. showed that during Mr Bush's first
100 days in office his officials were already looking at military
options to remove Saddam from power ... including post-war contingencies
such as peacekeeping troops, war crimes tribunals and the future of
2 Bush sought to oust Hussein from the start President Bush was focused on removing Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq from the start of his administration, more than seven months before the terrorist attacks that he later cited as the trigger for a more aggressive foreign policy..
Army War College report: Iraq war unnecessary A scathing new report published by the Army War College broadly criticizes the Bush administration's handling of the war on terrorism, accusing it of taking a detour into an "unnecessary" war in Iraq.
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Fox seeks to open U.S. borders Mexican President Vicente Fox yesterday said he favors open borders across North America, not amnesty for his countrymen illegally residing in the United States.
Border Patrol council calls Bush plan 'slap in the face' The National Border Patrol Council, which represents all 9,000 of the Border Patrol's nonsupervisory agents, has told its members to challenge President Bush's proposed guest-worker program, calling it a "slap in the face to anyone who has ever tried to enforce the immigration laws of the United States."
Man in drag leads cops on slow-speed chase with non-drag photo
Gift of booze inappropriate Prince Charles sent a bottle of whisky to recovering alcoholic Ozzy Osbourne after his quad bike crash
Drug manager sued over rebates, prices Two New York labor groups are suing Express Scripts Inc., accusing the nation's third-largest manager of prescription drug plans of allegedly pocketing rebates and inflating drug prices, driving up health care costs in the state. [The Express Scripts company is the new Rx provider for KTSA and Viacom]
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