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Revised Patriot Act targets allergy, cold meds

By LAURIE KELLMAN

Suffer from springtime allergies? You could be among the first affected by the USA Patriot Act poised for final congressional passage this week.

Besides terrorism, the bill takes aim…

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Independent panel probes role of National Guard, Reserves

By LOLITA C. BALDOR

Thorny issues involving the changing role of the National Guard and Reserves and friction between federal and state officials over who controls the citizen soldiers must be…

Things ain’t looking too good for Katherine Harris

By AMIE PARNES

Katherine Harris has seen better days.

And those days were the days following the 2000 presidential election. At that time, the former Florida Secretary of State…

AP sues to open up court records

The Associated Press sued the Justice Department on Monday for access to American-born Taliban soldier John Walker Lindh's petitions to have his 20-year federal prison sentence shortened. …

Homeland security faulted…again

By LIZ SIDOTI

The Homeland Security Department still spends money on U.S. port projects that aren't considered national security priorities even though it has made some corrections, a new report says.

Congressional reform? Yeah, right

By DAN K. THOMASSON

The verdict is still out on whether Congress truly is the best money can buy, although the evidence is heavily weighted toward that being the case.

There…

Congress backs away from ethics reform

By ROB HOTAKAINEN
Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune

A new set of ethics rules headed for a Senate vote this week is missing two big changes that many lawmakers…

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Bush’s plummenting polls

By MICHAEL MALIK

February was not a good month for President Bush. Reminders of Hurricane Katrina, dissension by congressional Republicans and a bloody month in Iraq contributed to a new series…