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Will new disclosures hurt Bush?

Will the latest disclosure of even more spying on Americans by U.S. intelligence agencies hurt President George W. Bush? …

Original Hummer loses the marketplace war

If you've always wanted a big, gas-guzzling Hummer H1 (the original monster based on the military HUMVEE), this is your last chance. …

Rebuilding a life

By AARON BLAKE
Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune

Karen Edmonson was a drug abuser by age 11, a high school dropout by 10th grade…

What’s gonna happen to Karl Rove?

BY MARTIN SCHRAM

When governments or the politicians who run them make announcements that are highly unusual, the journalist's job is to begin asking: "Why this?" and "Why now?"…

Bush adminsitration’s secrecy games raise questions

By DALE McFEATTERS

In the latest in a lengthening series of flaps about leaks, authorized and unauthorized, of secret information from the Bush administration, the CIA has fired a…

What’s the alternative?

By STAR PARKER

There's a lot of talk these days of about the Democrats regaining control of Congress in the upcoming elections. Polls…

Making the boys nervous

By BONNIE ERBE

True or false: The better women and girls fare in athletics, the more threatened boys and men appear. Decide for yourself,…

Soaring prices at the pump mean gas pains for Bush

President George W. Bush, in trouble over soaring gasoline prices, ordered a probe on Tuesday into any price gouging, called for an end to tax breaks for Big Oil and…

More trouble for Rep. Cynthia McKinney

More House aides have been served with subpoenas to testify in the grand jury investigation of an incident last month where Rep. Cynthia McKinney hit a Capitol Police officer. …

Learning from history

Iraq, war critics claim, is America's new Vietnam. They could be right. Writes David Kranz in the Sioux Falls, SD, Argus-Leader:

As President Bush travels across the…