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Crucial hearing tomorrow for DeLay
Congressman's lawyer to argue that actions in question were not crimes in 2002
New London "eminent domain" project stalled
Five months after the United States Supreme Court set off a national debate by ruling that the City of New London could seize their property through eminent domain to make way for new private development, no one has been forced to leave. Scott G. Bullock, a lawyer for the Institute for Justice who argued for the resistant property owners before the Supreme Court, said, "We might have lost the battle, but the overall war is really going in our favor."
"What developer is going to want to build on land that was received through probably the most universally despised Supreme Court decision in decades?" Mr. Bullock asked.
New Orleans Burger King offers $6K bonus for staying one year
Match.com sued for using "date bait" shills to keep subscribers paying, Yahoo personals accused of posting fictitious potential dates
add 1233p Attorney suing Match.com says wait 'til mid-week next week
because sparks are gonna fly, we're adding more plaintiffs and amending
the lawsuit (I'll have him on the program then)
Volkswagen rocked by claims of sex junkets by German union reps
Home Depot bans man for pocketing used, 41-cent carpenter's pencil
Pot-laden dumptruck off I-10 creates armed Texas-Mexico standoff
Omaha boy kicked out for taking wooden knife to school
Trade-in rate for top-of-line luxury cars on rise
Move to small vehicles shows gas is a pain even for wealthy wallets
add Sunday 11/20/2005
War debate wreaks havoc with Bush agenda After simmering on Congress's back burner for months, the Iraq war debate has eclipsed every other issue in the capital, slowing progress on some matters while stopping it on others.
Germans claim Bush mischaracterized Curveball's WMD info
WASHINGTON TIMES COMMENTARY
Homeland security: Red alert
Things are going from bad to worse at the Bush Department of Homeland Security.
House okays sale of government land to developers and others
Mining Claim rewrite, on the surface, reads like the mundane nip and tuck of federal mining law its authors say it is. But lawyers who have parsed its language say the real beneficiaries could be real estate developers
Congress helps itself to a $3,100 pay raise
the issue was not mentioned on the floor of either the House or Senate
House votes to cut $700 million in food stamps
Man sues Disney for gay 'Wife Swap'
A man who participated in the popular "Wife Swap" television show is suing producers for $10,225,000 after the "wife" they sent to his home was a gay man.
Cindy Sheehan book, "Not One More Mother's Child," to be released Wednesday
"Black Friday" update What will be on sale where, day after Thanksgiving
Congressmen ask for second opinion on Iraq
Battalion commanders are asked for what the military calls "ground truth"—the unvarnished story of what's going on in Iraq.
New Braunfels Cheer Fund aims to feed hundreds
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