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Christian Science Monitor
Baghdad Jan. 7, 2006
She has been a good guest on my program. One of the very, very few to travel outside the Green Zone to do actual reporting.
Her Letter From Baghdad 2005
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Hit count for 2005 was 24-million-plus
PROTECT THE RIVERWALK "citizens' alert"
"The unique character of the San Antonio River Walk is under great threat. Today’s River Walk economics make an uneven playing field between smaller locally-owned businesses and national chains. If this trend is allowed to continue, it will result in the eventual destruction of the River Walk’s ambiance..."
NUMBER of DAYS SINCE the E-MAIL INCIDENT THAT
COUNCILWOMAN ELENA GUAJARDO HAS NOT RESIGNED
email 281 work
just wanted to let you know on my way in this a.m., i saw a water truck watering the mud along 281 just north of 1604.
I guess it makes perfect sense to water the dirt after it has been drizzling since friday - our tax dollars at work!
keep up the good work!
Poll shows Perry with big big lead
Rich guy Leininger stuffing cash into GOP campaigns
Nathan Macias, who has never held elected office, gets $182,911 mound of cash to challenge incumbent Rep. Carter Casteel of New Braunfels
Privacy panel exists only on paper
For Americans troubled by the prospect of federal agents eavesdropping on their phone conversations or combing through their Internet records, there is good news: A little-known board exists in the White House whose purpose is to ensure that privacy and civil liberties are protected in the fight against terrorism.
Someday, it might actually meet.
Congressmen threaten probe of U.S. seaports deal
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle yesterday threatened a congressional investigation of a deal to give control of six U.S. seaports to an Arab company, while one key Republican said the Bush administration's security reassurances were not adequate
That sucking sound would be whole town sinking
As bad as the recent coal mine disaster in West Virginia was, folks in this northeastern Oklahoma town fear that any day, at any time, they could see a situation even more gruesome -- scores of homes, possibly even the city hall or high school, sucked into oblivion, down into abandoned mines
Monty Python's Personal Best on KLRN
When to Watch Monty Python's Personal Best
Dog Lady helps killer escape from prison in dog crate
Stanford's tree mascot gets the ax for drinking on the job
"She was taking drinks inside the tree,'' said Kevin Klintworth, assistant athletic director at Cal. "The officers could see the flask through the costume.''