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Braunfels considering ban on train whistles at night
Crossings would have to be closed or have special four-arm gates installed
at city expense.
Same-sex 'marriage' a thicket for Bush President Bush, who has hesitated to support a constitutional amendment against homosexual "marriage," is tangled in an issue that could cost him re-election, political analysts and prominent Republicans say.
Pentagon's data mining projects were shifted, not killed Other federal programs took on surveillance projects that drew fire
Truck-free inside lane coming on I-35 The long-term goal is to make the restriction constant on I-35 from the Red River to the Rio Grande
Nevada keyless locks apparently jammed by ECM equipment locksmiths, car dealerships and towing companies had been flooded with calls about mysteriously malfunctioning keyless vehicle entry devices
Press watchdog says reporting full of cliches "Sometimes one wonders if campaign reporters could write a declarative English sentence if they were stripped of their cliches."
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