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1993 - Branch Davidians burned near Waco
1995 - Murrah Building blown up in Oklahoma City
Cavaliers River Parade
to GIs in Iraq returned to senders
coming in for Charter reform election
cars fail side-collision test Without
optional side airbags, Camry and Accord among those earning lowest ratings
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By invading Iraq, the US has made terrorist attacks on America
press Army for uranium test Hundreds of soldiers back from Iraq
have asked the Army to test them for radiation exposure after the New
York Daily News revealed four members of a New York Army National Guard
unit are contaminated with depleted uranium.
leaders join US in calling on fighters to turn in weapons
troops will be "restrained" in Najaf US troops poised
outside Najaf will exercise restraint if and when they enter the holy
Iraqi city, says the commander of coalition forces in Iraq
kickbacks being ignored
Wrong War President Bush may truly believe, as he suggested
at his press conference last week, that he is carrying out a mission
that has been sanctioned by the divine. But he has in fact made the
world less safe with his catastrophic decision to wage war in Iraq.
owner of a business in Kerrville was confused about a discount,
so he decided to ask his secretary for some mathematical help. He
said, "You graduated from A&M. I need some help. If I were
to give you $20,000, and subtract 14%, how much would you take off?"
The secretary thought a moment, then replied, "Everything but
in prison are likely innocent The study will be presented Friday
at a conference of defense lawyers in Austin
"..false confessions were most common in murder cases.
"Those are the cases where there is the greatest pressure to obtain
confessions," he said, "and confessions are often the only
way to solve those crimes."
and others protest FCC's F-word ruling
trapped for 10 days under organ
and Robin fighting crime in small English town
to earn $3.5 trillion and pay zero taxes Congressional study
indicates most corporations owed no taxes from 1996 to 2000.