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A revised version of an anti-terrorism bill that expands police powers sailed through the Ohio Senate on Wednesday with unanimous support.
With an eye toward "moving Chicago faster," Mayor Daley today will
take the wraps off his "Star Wars" plan to use a computerized network
of cameras and sensors to reduce traffic congestion.
Sadly, it has come to this. Two years after the invasion of Iraq, the online powerhouse MoveOn.org — which built most of its member base with a strong antiwar message — is not pushing for withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq.
So the signs are in English.
North Korea could produce long-range missiles capable of hitting the west coast of the United States within the next decade, the chief of U.S. troops in South Korea said Tuesday.
The LA Times reports that the state used taxpayer money
to produce a "mock news story" that pushes a government-backed,
corporation-friendly proposal that would kill mandatory lunch hours for worker.
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