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Domestic Policy

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AP

The Saudi Binladin Group is not liable for the Sept. 11 attacks, attorneys for the multinational engineering firm claim, because it made Osama bin Laden surrender his stake in the company 14 years ago.

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Retiree Gene O'Brien hurried to the World Trade Center site after Sept. 11, 2001, as a volunteer helping to shuttle supplies to police and fire workers. Some days, his only ID to get into the disaster site was a tattoo on his forearm.

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Raw Story

The Dept of Homeland Security's top intelligence, privacy and civil rights officials will be called before Congress next week to explain the Bush adminstration's plan to dramatically expand the domestic use to spy of spy satellites that can s

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AP

Baggy pants that show boxer shorts or thongs would be illegal under a proposed amendment to Atlanta's indecency laws. The amendment states that sagging pants are an "epidemic" that is becoming a "major concern" around the coun

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Tomorrow at 7 PM at the Historic Downtown Yuma Theatre, 254 S. Main Street, The Freedom Library will screen the movie, Sophie Scholl – The Final Days. Nominated for an Academy Award in 2005 for Best Foreign Language Film, the movie is the true story

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Financial Times

US business travelers and tourists flying to the European Union are facing the threat of the same laborious registration requirements that Washington has demanded of Europeans in the latest US security crackdown.

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AP

It was bad enough when Hurricane Katrina chased Carrie Lewis out of her assisted-living home in New Orleans. Now she fears the rest of her life may be spent in the isolation of a federally sponsored trailer park.

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The Hill

Democratic presidential hopefuls are “playing the class warfare card” by supporting tax increases on private-equity and hedge-fund managers, says the billionaire founder of Black Entertainment TV, who warns the hike would hit minority-run investment

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CIDRAP

The USDA confirmed yesterday that turkeys from a Virginia farm carried antibodies indicating possible past exposure to a mild form of H5N1 avian influenza virus. Virginia's agriculture dept. had announced July 9 that samples collected during rou

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breitbart.com

Nearly half of the US public wants President George W. Bush to face impeachment, and even more favor that fate for Vice President Dick Cheney, according to a poll out Friday. The White House declined to comment on the poll, the latest bad news for a

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Examiner

While US automakers have attracted medial attention this summer with their furious campaign to block stricter federal requirements on fuel efficiency, the businesses that stand to gain from heightened federal regulation have stayed below the radar.

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The Capitol Times

Wisconsin Right to Life says it scored a "clear victory" with today's U.S. Supreme Court ruling striking down key parts of the landmark McCain-Feingold campaign finance reform law.

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Washington Post

But the jet that the FBI originally sold to lawmakers in the late 1990's as an essential tool for battling terrorism is now routinely used to ferry FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III to speeches, public appearances and field office visits.

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Since March the 9th, 1933, the United States has been in a state of declared national emergency. Under the powers delegated by these statutes, the President may: seize property; organize and control the means of production; seize commodities; assign

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AP

With repeated deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan leaving state National Guards without nearly half of their required equipment, some governors are loudly questioning whether they will be able to handle the next hurricane, wildfire or terrorist att

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AP

The Chungs, immigrants from South Korea, realized their American dream when they opened their dry-cleaning business 7 years ago in the nation's capital. For the past 2 years, they've been dealing with the nightmare of litigation: a $65 millio

Jin Nam Chung and Ki Chung stand inside of their dry cleaning business, Custom Cleaners, in Washington on Wednesday, May 2, 2007. The Chung's are being sued for 65 million dollars over a contentious pair of pants belonging to a local judge, and for u

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Mises Institute(Henry Hazlitt)

The most frequent and popular of these proposed remedies has been the simple one of seizing from the rich to give to the poor. This remedy has taken a thousand different forms, but they all come down to this. The wealth is to be "shared,"

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