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Thursday, January 27, 2022

Terrorism list often just a political tool

North Korea has not been linked to a terrorist attack in more than two decades, but it is still on the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism. Now, it may be on the verge of its coveted goal of getting removed — for reasons having little to do with terrorism.

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A few will decide the fate of many

The fate of nearly 2.3 million Democratic presidential primary votes belongs to 30 party activists.

The activists sit on the Democratic Party’s Rules and Bylaws Committee, which was to meet Saturday to decide what role Michigan and Florida should play at the national convention in August.

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Bush faces death row decision

It is growing increasingly likely that a decision not faced by any president in nearly 50 years will fall to the next occupant of the Oval Office.

Since 2006, President Bush has had on his desk a recommendation from the Army that two soldiers on the U.S. military’s death row be executed for the crimes they committed while in the service.

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Bombers running short of spare parts

Some Texas and South Dakota lawmakers are concerned that B-1B bombers, which have played a major role in recent U.S. air wars, aren’t ready to fly missions because of shortages of spare parts and qualified aircraft maintenance technicians.

Their concerns, including a troubling increase in the warplane’s accident rate, were raised in a letter this month to the Department of Defense.

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