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Washington BureauThe House narrowly passed a $99.5 billion tax-relief measure for corporations and individuals Wednesday and sent it on to a Senate sharply divided over the type and size of economic stimulus package that ultimately will be delivered to President Bush...
Orlando Sentinel Washington BureauAfter a testy debate, a majority of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission concluded Friday that Florida's election last year was marred by "significant and distressing" barriers that discouraged qualified voters from casting ballots. The majority found that...
Washington BureauBarack Obama was determined to get to the White House, if someone could just show him the way. It was his first day in Washington, the afternoon before he would swear an oath to become the junior U.S. senator from Illinois, which would make him the...
President Bush promised congressional leaders Tuesday he would veto any emergency legislation that exceeds the $40 billion Congress already has provided for anti-terrorism efforts. The pledge, which the president conveyed to leading lawmakers at a...
Tags: Republican Party, Laws, Democratic Party, Finance, Trent Lott
Tribune staff reportersWASHINGTONóThe billions of dollars that America spends combating terrorism suddenly seemed paltry Tuesday as the symbols of American powerójet planes, skyscrapers, the Pentagonóbecame smoking tombs for the victims of a massive and undetected terrorist...
Tribune staff reportersThe billions of dollars that America spends combating terrorism suddenly seemed paltry Tuesday as the symbols of American power--jet planes, skyscrapers, the Pentagon--became death traps for the victims of a massive and undetected terrorist attack. Up to...
Tribune staff reportersRescue workers dug through the rubble of New York's World Trade Center and investigators scoured the nation Thursday for suspects in America's worst terrorist attack as the Bush administration moved to shore up diplomatic support overseas and prepare...
Sentinel Staff WriterT. Keith Glennan considered his options. The year was 1959, and a powerful Houston congressman had just offered NASA's first leader 1,000 acres of prime Texas real estate to construct a new space center. On the one hand, Albert Thomas controlled space...
Washington BureauSteeling the nation for a long, diffuse battle and the sacrifices to come, President Bush demanded Thursday that Afghanistan's Taliban government turn over the prime suspect in the worst terrorist attacks in U.S. history and his network of associates or...
Tags: Tom Ridge, Texas, Tom Daschle, Democratic Party, Politics
Federal News ServiceFollowing is testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee, as provided by Federal News Service. SEN. JOHN WARNER: The committee meets today for the second of a series of hearings regarding the mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners by some elements...
Tribune staff reportersThey have established their rituals as they wait for war, the Marine in the tent that heaves in the desert wind and his mother in her elegant condominium near Belmont Harbor. He cleans his rifle. She fills a manila folder with items she wants to show him...
Tags: Family, Photography, Douglas MacArthur, Politics, U.S. Military
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