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Lifetime lockup considered for terror suspects
Lugar condemns jailing of detainees for life A leading Republican senator Sunday condemned as "a bad idea" a reported U.S. plan to keep some suspected terrorists imprisoned for a lifetime even if the government lacks evidence to charge them.
Bush adapts, but won't call it that Despite a stick-to-his- guns self-image, the president's response to catastrophe is not the first time he has bent to the public will
Some Sri Lanka inmates freed by tsunami report back Eighty-three of those who escaped have returned to the prison, knocked on the front door and asked to be returned to their cells
Dog saved 7-year-old boy "That dog grabbed me by the collar of my shirt," the boy said... "He dragged me out."
gives one million dollars to tsunami relief operation
Homeland Security business faulted The largest Homeland Security Department contractors include two companies that paid millions of dollars to settle charges they defrauded the Pentagon, one firm that paid a foreign corruption fine and a business accused of botching a computer system for veterans hospitals
Prozac documents add to patients' lack of trust An article published today in the British Medical Journal alleges officials at the Eli Lilly company suppressed drug safety data on Prozac