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The News-Herald, Willoughby, OhioArea Internet cafes are bracing themselves because of a pledge from Ohio Senate leaders to pass a law in May banning the venues across Ohio. Republican Senate President Keith Faber said Wednesday that a majority of his caucus now agrees the cafes are...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelYou'll hear a lot about presidential politics on Sunday morning, but CBS' “Face the Nation” plans a baseball panel to celebrate Washington's first postseason play in 79 years. The panel will feature former managers Tony La Russa of the St....
First it was drugs, crime and corruption, now it's sex. TV and Baltimore sure make for an interesting mix. A year after The Wire stopped filming here, the pilot for another HBO television series, this one based on a book by D.C. sex blogger Jessica...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The Supreme Court nomination of Judge John G. Roberts Jr. appears unlikely to be blocked by the delaying tactics of a Democratic filibuster, members of a key group of senators said yesterday. Roberts was the topic of conversation when the...
Associated Press WriterThe head of the Democratic Party said Wednesday that unchecked U.S. reliance on foreign oil helps fund terrorists and the nation must address its energy needs in a way that creates jobs. Howard Dean, in a speech to the American Jewish Committee, said...
The Associated PressThe text of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on John Roberts' nomination to the Supreme Court: U.S. SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE HOLDS A HEARING ON THE NOMINATION OF JOHN ROBERTS TO BE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE UNITED STATES SEPTEMBER 13, 2005...
Sun StaffREPUBLICANS Chairman: Sen. Arlen Specter, Pennsylvania Elected to a fifth term in November, Specter, 75, had to fight to win the committee gavel after conservatives blasted him for his remarks that President Bush might have a hard time getting anti-...
Associated PressRep. Pete Hoekstra lost more than just desk space when the anthrax scare closed the Longworth House office building--he lost his home. For the past nine years, the Michigan Republican had slept on his office couch on his nights in Washington. His suits...
NEW YORK -- Pete Rose calls his talks with commissioner Bud Selig "a delicate process," sounding hopeful his lifetime ban from baseball will end. In his first public remarks since meeting with Selig in Milwaukee on Nov. 25, the career hits leader issued...
Tribune national correspondentHere's what puts the "battle" in the battleground of Ohio. First, the campaigns bomb people senseless from the air, hitting them for months with tens of thousands of mostly negative television ads. Then, they send in the ground troops to knock on doors,...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Members of Congress, forced to flee yesterday for the first time in history from the 200-year-old building that serves as a symbol of American democracy and freedom, were by turns stunned, angry, defiant and vowing revenge. "America is...
Tags: Justice System, Defense, Bobby Scott, Dana Rohrabacher, Laws
The Associated PressWASHINGTON - An independent board is being appointed to investigate the space shuttle Columbia disaster while NASA and a House committee conduct their own separate inquiries, government officials said Saturday. Experts from the Air Force and Navy...
Tags: Armed Forces, Disasters, Rocketry, Defense, Space Programs
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