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Tuesday, November 24, 2020

The truth comes out: U.S. may send more troops to Iraq

By LOLITA C. BALDOR

The U.S. military will likely maintain or possibly even increase the current force levels of more than 140,000 troops in Iraq through next spring, the top US. commander in the Middle East said Tuesday in one of the gloomiest assessments yet of how quickly American forces can be brought home.

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Bush claims America seeks peace in Mideast

By NEDRA PICKLER

President Bush tried to quell anti-Americanism in the Middle East on Tuesday by assuring Muslims that he is not waging war against Islam, regardless of what "propaganda and conspiracy theories" they hear.

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Cheney continues to preach the company line

By TOM RAUM

Vice President Dick Cheney cast the global war on terror on Tuesday as a "war of nerves," borrowing a phrase Harry Truman used to describe the Cold War. Cheney asserted that the hopes of the civilized world depend on a U.S. victory.

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Leave the Geneva Conventions alone

By DALE McFEATTERS

The White House insists a compromise is possible with congressional critics of its plan to explicitly authorize what it euphemistically calls "alternative" interrogation techniques, or what most people would think of as torture.

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American football factory

By JOHN M. CRISP

There was a big football game here in Texas last week. The defending national champion University of Texas Longhorns hosted the top-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes. UT was defeated so decisively that it’s unlikely that the absence of starting cornerback Tarell Brown made any difference whatsoever.

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Dems enter final election stretch with less cash

By JIM KUHNHENN

The national Democratic Party has spent millions on raising money, consultants and building state parties, entering the weeks before Election Day with only about one-fifth as much as the Republicans for races that could decide control of Congress.

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