Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday
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US has secret ops inside Iran "..to help identify potential nuclear, chemical and missile targets.."
Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh reported that Bush has already "signed a series of top-secret findings and executive orders authorizing secret commando groups and other Special Forces units to conduct covert operations against suspected terrorist targets in as many as 10 nations in the Middle East and South Asia."
Iraq election to be 'beginning of process' Bush administration officials expect the new Iraqi government to ask for a specific schedule for the withdrawal of the 173,000 U.S. and other foreign troops in the country.
For one Central Texas man, Iraq road too hard "..four months into a one-year contract, Petty came home to his family in Burnet, population 4,735. He was a broken man, said his wife, Sylvia Petty, profoundly different from the person who had left Texas in May hoping to return free of debt. "He brought the war home," Sylvia said. "His character changed. He is at the bottom of the barrel."
Officers say more troops needed in Iraq "..telling colleagues back in the United States that they disagree with the official Pentagon position and think they need more troops on the ground."
Women's magazine offers tips to terrorists Al Qaeda has introduced an online women's magazine with articles including dietary advice for suicide bombers and tips on how to "dominate the passions" before blowing yourself up, according to Italy's SISDE secret service.
hearing Thursday evening at San Antonio City Hall on whether the
CPS utility should be allowed to construct a giant power
line across Proposition 3 aquifer recharge zone land that was
bought with tax money to protect it "forever" from development.
It's surprising how many Twinkie recipes there are A group of Rice University students some years ago posited that the shelf life of a Twinkie is 100 years.