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DeLay fundraising targeted special interests Federal law and congressional ethics rules prohibit government officials from connecting political donations to their official actions. DeLay was admonished last year by the House's ethics committee for creating the appearance of connecting energy industry donations with federal legislation.
Man claims kidnap by anti-terror feds said he was kidnapped in Macedonia, beaten by masked men, blindfolded, injected with drugs and flown to Afghanistan, where he was imprisoned and interrogated by U.S. intelligence agents. He said he was finally dumped in the mountains of Albania.
NYC cops lied about GOP convention arrests A sprawling body of visual evidence, made possible by inexpensive, lightweight cameras in the hands of private citizens, volunteer observers and the police themselves, has shifted the debate over precisely what happened on the streets during the week of the convention.
Physicians outrun poor records and their pasts Facing problems in one state, hundreds of doctors simply moved and restarted their careers despite a system designed to prevent just that.
North Dakota OKs 'Black Box' data ban Insurance companies would be barred from using data from vehicles' "black boxes" to set drivers' rates, under legislation that won final approval Monday in the North Dakota Legislature.
Can spyware pierce Vatican Walls? Computer hackers, electronic bugs and supersensitive microphones threaten to pierce the Vatican's thick walls next week when cardinals gather in the Sistine Chapel to name a papal successor
Cardinal Law gets small snub in Rome Six U.S. Catholic leaders skipped a Vatican Mass led by the disgraced former Boston archbishop, but Rigali of Philadelphia did attend
US wages have been falling Wages for the average American worker fell last year, after adjusting for inflation - the first such drop in nearly a decade.
California boasts World's Tallest Thermometer