Thursday, January 6, 2005 - New page around 10am Monday-Friday
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Tub Mom's murder conviction overturned Texas 1st Court of Appeals reversed today the murder conviction of Clear Lake mom Andrea Yates, who's doing life for drowning her kids
Toxic train hits parked train in SC, chlorine released Deaths reported but not confirmed Those living in Graniteville were told to turn off air conditioners and heaters and remain inside. More than a half-dozen textile plants operated by Avondale Mills in Graniteville and Warrenville were closed because of the incident, Frank said. Four area schools also were closed.
Army Reserve becoming 'broken' force The head of the Army Reserve has sent a sharply worded memo to other military leaders expressing "deepening concern" about the continued readiness of his troops, and warning that his branch of 200,000 soldiers is degenerating.
US terror suspect alleges torture in Egypt U.S. authorities in late 2001 forcibly transferred an Australian citizen to Egypt, where, he alleges, he was tortured for six months before being flown to the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, according to court papers made public.
Paul Conrad, The Los Angeles Times Syndicate, three-time Pulitzer Prize winner Short Bio
US reluctant to investigate Guantanamo abuses Documents released by the ACLU show that an FBI investigation into the use of "aggressive" interrogation techniques was sharply scaled back, and that records related are still being withheld.
Soldier begging for dog food for deployed dogs commander of Army Reserve detachment is begging friends back home to send food for Iraqi police dogs.
18 Iraqis found dead in Mosul Men sought jobs at U.S. base
cruise to nowhere handled badly, lawsuits expected oldest ship
in fleet broke down (current ad for Mobile-based
Mexican wrestler jailed in Houston "Segura, when teamed with a wrestler known as the Latin Lover, was popular with female fans for his Chippendales-like dancing skills..."
Defend the Constitution, take a stand today 72K+ people have signed the ACLU's "Refuse to Surrender" pledge. ACLU: "We need your signature to reach our goal of 100,000 by Inauguration Day, when the President will pledge to protect and defend the Constitution."
Social Security 'heading for iceberg' A White House e-mail argues the case for cutting Social Security benefits promised in the future and says support must be built for investment accounts by convincing the public the system is "heading for an iceberg."
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