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Kerry to Dems: Fight back, damnit!

The Swift Boat Veterans for Truth group was Sen. John Kerry's albatross in 2004. Now, the Democrat is warning his party about suffering the same fate in a fundraising letter. …

Iraqi civilian deaths hit ‘record high numbers’

By NICK WADHAMS

The number of Iraqi civilians killed in July and August hit 6,599, a record-high number that is far greater than initial estimates suggested,…

Disciplining other people’s children

By BETSY HART

I've been taking note of how I interact with other people's kids for a few months…

Once sleazy, always sleazy

By DALE McFEATTERS

After the corporate scandals that began the century, with high-powered executives being led off to prison, you would think that boardrooms having been …

Many government laptops missing

The Commerce Department has lost 1,137 laptop computers since 2001, most of them assigned to the Census Bureau, officials said Thursday night. …

Republicans pull the plug on Arizona TV ad blitz

Republicans signaled retreat Thursday in their battle to retain an Arizona congressional seat, dropping plans for nonstop television advertisements through Election Day on behalf of GOP contender Randy Graf. …

Bush flexes his political muscle

By JENNIFER LOVEN

President Bush, politicking at full campaign speed, contended Thursday that a vote for Democrats this fall would be a vote to siphon money out of American families'…

Pentagon claims Able Danger couldn’t have stopped attacks

By KIMBERLY HEFLING

A Pentagon report rejects the idea that intelligence gathered by a secret military unit could have been used to stop the Sept. 11 hijackings.

The devil made him do it

By JAY AMBROSE

Until reading about Hugo Chavez's U.N. speech the other day, the craziest reference to the devil…

Agreement reached on Bush’s terror detainee torture bill

President Bush and Senate Republicans hammered out a deal on Thursday for interrogating and trying foreign terrorism suspects, and Bush hailed it for preserving his program for CIA…