Friday, March 24, 2006

Goood Morning to the Mainland!


NYT - Red Cross Sifting Internal Charges Over Katrina Aid
By STEPHANIE STROM
The accusations include improper diversion of relief supplies, and officials said some of the actions might have been criminal.

Bush Is Facing a Difficult Path on Immigration Bush Is Facing a Difficult Path on Immigration
By ELISABETH BUMILLER
Many Republicans object to the president's call for a guest-worker system, insisting that the focus be on stopping illegal immigration.

Master of Slow and Deliberate at Ground Zero Master of Slow and Deliberate at Ground Zero
By CHARLES V. BAGLI
A look at Larry A. Silverstein's negotiating style suggests that, when it comes to making deals, it is almost never over.

Challenge for U.S.: Iraq's Handling of Detainees
By EDWARD WONG
U.S. troops are trying to train Iraqi forces to battle the Sunni-led insurgency without resorting to abductions, torture and murder.


WaPo -
Immigration Evolves Into Election Issue for 2008
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As Bush pushes guest worker program, would-be successors jockey for position ahead of next week's Senate showdown on illegal immigrants.
Jonathan Weisman and Jim VandeHei

Protest Turns Violent in Paris
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Gang rampage in one of city's most affluent neighborhoods disrupts march against job law.
Molly Moore

Prayer's Power Still a Mystery
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Medical research that attempts to scientifically test its impact on healing is met with mixed opinions.
Rob Stein

Envoy Accuses Iran of Duplicity
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U.S. official says Tehran professes support for Iraq's political process even as it aids insurgents.
Jonathan Finer and Ellen Knickmeyer
Three Abducted Peace Activists Rescued in Iraq

Flint Losing Its Defining Trade
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As GM and Delphi plan buyouts, Mich. city is left to weigh future without security of auto industry.

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