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Government's pursuit of personal data lives on Several federal agencies are using the personal data of U.S. citizens to pinpoint terrorist activity, a practice that a secretive Pentagon program was pursuing before Congress axed its funding amid fears it would be used to spy on Americans.
Democrats energized for a big vote Tuesday's 10-state primary could seal the nomination for Kerry
Yes, electronic voting is still unreliable "Rob Behler isn't saying Max Cleland's Senate seat was stolen by rigged electronic voting machines, but he insists it could have been. Mr. Behler, who helped prepare Georgia's machines for the 2002 election, says secret computer codes were installed late in the process.
Crooked prosecutors taint Texas justice system "..the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals .. took the incredible position that it didn't matter that prosecutors cheated to win because Banks' time for appealing that important issue had run out."
ACLU alleges Texas prisoners used as sex slaves "Texas' official investigation of a convict's allegations of sexual slavery and torture was a whitewash to cover up the prison system's refusal to stop the abuse, the American Civil Liberties Union charges.
Old law gives DeLay new trouble Travis County prosecutors, using a law first passed in 1907, are investigating whether [House Majority Leader Tom] DeLay's operatives committed a felony by breaking the only major restriction on campaign finance in Texas -- a ban on using corporate or labor union money to influence elections.
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