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Bush vetoes health and education bill

Posted: 11/13/2007 - In prepared remarks, Bush criticizes Democrats for what he calls a tax-and-spend philosophy, saying they were elected by pledging fiscal responsibility, but so far they are "acting like a teenager with a new credit card."

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National Right to Life Committee endorses Fred Thompson

Posted: 11/13/2007 - The group's executive director, David O'Steen, emphasized Thompson's political potential and conservative voting record during the announcement in Washington. Thompson ranks second behind former New York mayor Giuliani in national GOP polls.

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Post's music critic apologizes for e-mail about Marion Barry

Posted: 11/13/2007 - The latest press release dealt with Barry's views on a financially-troubled DC hospital. Page responded, "Must we hear about it every time this crack addict attempts to rehabilitate himself with some new and typically half-witted political grandstanding?"

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4 transplant recipients get AIDS virus from donor

Updated: 11/13/2007 - The chief of the transplantation program at the University of Chicago Hospitals says his staff was told of the problem on November 1st, and brought in the two patients who had transplants there for testing the next morning.

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Georgia sheriff warns people about stealing pecans

Posted: 11/13/2007 - Despite the drought, this year's pecan crop is good. Haralson says people are stopping on the side of the road and picking up 20 to 30 pounds of nuts at a time from beneath pecan trees.

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Supreme Court takes no action in District of Columbia guns case

Posted: 11/13/2007 - The justices discussed the case at their private conference on Friday, but reached no resolution. Four justices must vote to grant an appeal, and the court does not always reach a decision the first time it discusses a case.

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Congressional action on generics drugs stalls in face of lobbying

Updated: 11/13/2007 - One Republican congressman has expressed concerns about the bill. Senator Orrin Hatch of Utah says he voted to move it through committee, but that lawmakers need to find a "balanced solution" that bans some settlements but doesn't affect those that actually help consumers.

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Court may take first look at Second Amendment rights in 70 years

Posted: 11/13/2007 - The main issue is whether the Second Amendment protects an individual's right to own guns or instead spells out the collective right of states to maintain militias. The individual right interpretation could mean fewer restrictions on gun ownership.

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New Frontier casino-hotel imploded on the Las Vegas Strip

Posted: 11/13/2007 - The 16-story hotel tower was felled with over 1,000 pounds of explosives today before a group of reporters and bystanders. The implosion makes way for a multibillion-dollar resort bearing The Plaza brand, which is set to open in 2011.

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Teen shot to death by police in Brooklyn

Posted: 11/13/2007 - Police say the son began screaming from the window at his mother and officers before climbing out of the window and beginning to cross a sidewalk holding a black object in his hand.

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British prime minister stresses importance of ties with US

Posted: 11/13/2007 - In a speech before the annual Lord Mayor's banquet yesterday, Brown stressed the importance of ties with the United States and outlined foreign policy priorities. He also pledged to press for tough new sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program.

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