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House Backs $32 Billion Homeland Security Bill

The House of Representatives on Saturday passed a $32 billion bill funding homeland security programs this year after days of political fighting over the measure.

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>> Iran likes Kerry deal to supply nuke fuel

>> Iran maneuvering to deter U.S., Israel

>> Afghan election fiasco as Karzai rivals pull out over fraud claims

>> Beaumont students watch 'Fahrenheit 9/11' in class

>> Iraqi Violence May Get Worse Before Elections, Rumsfeld Says

>> Kenyan Nobel Peace Laureate Claims AIDS Virus Deliberately Created

>> Taba: 'Terrorists came by boat'

>> Australian premier wins fourth term

>> Milosevic: 'no link to genocide found'

>> Ex-DAFB commander says troops used as guinea pigs

>> Italy and Switzerland Requested Indymedia's Server Seizure

>> U.S.: No Terror Connection to Schools Disk

>> Candidates arrested at debate

>> Bush says no military draft

>> House OK's GOP antiterrorism bill

>> Woman Appears In Court For Eating Candy At Metro Station

>> Electric fence at Palace

>> Science, Surveillance, and the Culture of Control

>> Fema and Rex 84 Program

>> The 9-11 Intelligence Bill: More Bureaucracy, More intervention, less freedom

>> NH lawmakers irked by black boxes in cars

>> Man Finds Police Tracking Device Inside His Car

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A powerful "old guard" faction in the Central Intelligence Agency has launched an unprecedented campaign to undermine the Bush administration with a battery of damaging leaks and briefings about Iraq.
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