Tuesday, January 18, 2005 - New page around 10am Monday-Friday
Political divisions persist after election President Bush will begin his second term in office without a clear mandate to lead the nation, with disapproval of his policies in Iraq and with the public both hopeful and dubious about his leadership, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll. Only Richard M. Nixon had a lower job approval rating at the start of his second term.
As Inauguration nears, terror warnings drop The shift in rhetoric about the dangers posed by terrorists during the inauguration marks the latest retreat from last year's terrorism warnings, which were based largely on faulty intelligence, dated information or an educated guess.
Websites let drivers flag road ragers Law officers urge drivers not to get mad but get online to help curb the problem.
Public 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.
I am asking council members how they plan to vote and as I talk with them I'll put their position below:
what're you ON?
turn 59 on Feb. 2. Others who are the same age (already, or will
turn 59 is year) include Diane Keaton, Dolly Parton, Candice Bergen,
Cher, Linda Ronstadt, Susan Sarandon, Suzanne Somers, and presidents
Bush and Clinton.