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Kidnapped journalist shown on new video
The U.S. journalist Jill Carroll, weeping and veiled, appeared on a new videotape aired today by Al-Jazeera
The photo of the ‘Marlboro Man’ in Fallujah became a symbol of the Iraq conflict when it ran in newspapers across America in 2004. Now the soldier has returned home to Kentucky, where he battles the demons of post-traumatic stress
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A rehabilitation center for amputees and other wounded soldiers that's
rising near Brooke Army Medical Center comes with a virtual-reality
roller coaster, a $37 million price tag and a question: Why isn't
the federal government paying for any of it?
Plano, Richardson turn on red-light cameras today
Alamo Heights is considering RLCs also, and will receive a briefing from a RLC supplier in a couple of weeks.
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Dell to hire 5,000 more in India
As Senate asks questions, White House gets testy
Federal agencies have refused to turn over documents about their communications with the White House related to Hurricane Katrina to two congressional committees that are investigating the federal response to the disaster.
FEMA did not use available equipment
Hundreds of available trucks, boats, planes and federal officers were unused in search and rescue efforts immediately after Hurricane Katrina hit because FEMA failed to give them missions, new documents show.
Congressional pet projects boom -- in secret
Members of Congress inserted a record number of pet projects in last year's budget, feeding the burgeoning Washington lobbying industry that lawmakers in both parties insist they want to reform.
US Army seized wives as tactic in Iraq
The U.S. Army in Iraq has at least twice seized and jailed the wives of suspected insurgents in hopes of "leveraging" their husbands into surrender, U.S. military documents show.
Male relatives were terror suspects, released Iraqi says
U.S. detention of female prisoners is a sensitive issue for the Iraqi populace, which considers the mistreatment of a woman a dishonor to her family.
US Army forces 50,000 soldiers into extended duty
The Army said stop-loss is vital to maintain units that are cohesive and ready to fight. But some experts said it shows how badly the Army is stretched and could further complicate efforts to attract new recruits.
Britain's education budget at work:
British school bans raising hands
Luby's waiter gets Ford Taurus as tip
Before receiving the gift, Ervin had no car and walked to work
Uncle Sam's web search interest puts users on edge
She suddenly had a frightening thought. Would Google have to inform the government that she was looking for a rent boy — a young male prostitute?
Drought takes its toll across Texas
Farmers lose crops, cattle ranchers struggle to feed herds, and fires keep flaring