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Monday, December 6, 2021

Can’t We All Just Learn to Get Along?

Two lawmakers who crossed the political aisle to become congressional friends and basketball buddies began a drive on Wednesday for greater civility in the sharply divided U.S. House of Representatives.

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Specter Has Hodgkin’s

Senate Judiciary Chairman Arlen Specter, R-Pa., announced Wednesday that he has Hodgkin’s disease but expects to continue to work in the Senate while being treated.

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Myths and Terrorism in the Middle East

It is a common misperception that most terrorism is directed against Jews and Christians. The fact is no group has suffered more than Muslims from radical Islamist violence. Especially at risk are those bold enough to speak out for such values as freedom, human rights and democracy.

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Not a Question of If, But When

The nation’s top defense, diplomatic and intelligence officials blanketed Capitol Hill on Wednesday to urge Congress to adopt President Bush’s budget requests, saying fundamentalist Islamic terrorism represents the greatest threat to the United States and that Americans should take seriously the possibility that al Qaeda or another group will attempt another attack on U.S. soil.

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House Endorses Censorship, Backs Higher Indecency Fines

After a debate that contrasted Janet Jackson’s bared breast during the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show with the refusal of TV stations to air the movie “Saving Private Ryan,” the House on Wednesday overwhelmingly passed legislation to fine broadcasters up to $500,000 for each on-air event considered obscene, indecent or profane.

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