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Yeah, we're back (09:35) - Politics on the Half-Shell returns today after a weeklong absence caused by a problem when we tried to move Capitol Hill Blue to new servers....
Thursday 30 March
We're moving... (03:26) - Please pardon our dust while we move Capitol Hill Blue to new servers. Because of the size of our site the transition is expected to take about five days and, during the move, some features may be offline and some links may not work.
Monday 13 March
DeLay wins a round (18:36) - A Texas appeals court Monday granted Rep. Tom DeLay's request to stop a prosecutor from filing subpoenas in the former majority leader's pending money laundering case. The Third Court of Appeals panel in Austin, Texas, also said that several subpoenas issued by Travis County District Attorney Ronnie Earle are null and void because DeLay's trial is on hold.
Tuesday 7 February
Doug Thompson returns to Capitol Hill Blue (18:04) - Doug Thompson, founder of Capitol Hill Blue, announced today he is returning to the web site he created in 1994 and which is currently the oldest political news site on the Internet, ending a three-day retirement that, he said, was...