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Friday, September 17, 2021

A National Disgrace

The pictures on television look all too familiar: Refugees, stranded by their government, cry out for help. Lawlessness abounds on the streets. Looters rule. Rescuers pull back under a hail of gunfire. Dead bodies lie rotting in the street. Others lay dying, listless in the baking sun.

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Pentagon Backs Down on Tanker Screwup

Under pressure from Sen. John McCain, the U.S. Air Force on Wednesday withdrew a request for information from companies interested in a multibillion-dollar competition to replace KC-135 aerial refueling tankers.

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Patriot Act Challenged

A controversial clause in the U.S. Patriot Act that allows authorities to search citizens’ personal records faced its first public challenge in federal court on Wednesday as a library sought to lift a gag order on a FBI probe into its records.

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Lawlessness Rules Streets

Survivors were evacuating the shattered city of New Orleans on Thursday as authorities confronted growing lawlessness and desperation days after Hurricane Katrina blasted the U.S. Gulf Coast.

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Too Little, Too Late

In a tacit admission that its planned military commissions were a stacked deck, the Bush administration has approved expanding the legal rights of Guantanamo Bay detainees who face trials before the commissions.

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Bush: Recovery From Katrinia Could Take Years

President Bush on Wednesday described Hurricane Katrina and the ensuing floods that have submerged New Orleans, ravaged the Gulf Coast region and left thousands feared dead as “one of the worst natural disasters in our nation’s history” and predicted that recovery would take years.

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