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Baghdad Jan. 7, 2006
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Hit count for 2005 was 24-million-plus
US Army does the right thing
Better body armor will be sent to Iraq
The ceramic plates now worn by most members of the military shield just some of the upper body from bullets and shrapnel, and the Army said it would buy plates that would extend this protection to the sides of soldiers.
Iraq and Afghanistan veterans call on the Senate Armed Services Committee
to hold hearings on the still-unresolved issues regarding body armor
for the Troops.
Sen. Cornyn is on Senate Armed Services Committee.
Tell him what you think about wanting a hearing on military equipment
Abu Ghraib prison commander rolls over
Col. Thomas M. Pappas accepted immunity from prosecution this week and was ordered to testify at upcoming courts-martial.
He also shed light on how abusive tactics emerged, who ordered their use and their possible connection to officials in Washington
God slaps hand of Christian extremist Pat Robertson
Israelis bar Rev. Robertson from negotiations on proposed Christian Heritage Center, which would include a theme park
Texas now has no top Congress leadership role
Rep. Gene Green, D-Houston, noted that DeLay's resignation from the leadership means Texas doesn't "have someone in the inner circle, whether it's a Democrat or Republican. When they are discussing issues, there is not a Texas opinion there."
DeLay threatens lawsuit if TV stations run ads from liberals
At least three Houston television stations have declined to air ads targeting Republican Rep. Tom DeLay
Bird Whisperer rids town of unwanted birds. The mystery is how.
Could he rid San Antonio of grackles?
Canada's oil supply could top Saudi Arabia
FEMA worker charged with looting
Hurricane evacuees staying in hotels and motels must get a new authorization code number by Jan. 30 or face eviction within a week
It is produced by dumps, coal mining, flatulent animals, rice cultivation and peat bogs. What is it?
Burned CDs have short life span of two to five years
Did the mouse escape a trash fire and set a house on fire or not?
What's to question about a teacher giving his male students cars?
Nikon to stop making most film cameras to focus on digitals