Sunday, March 26, 2006

Goood Morning to the Mainland!

NYT - Bound, Blindfolded and Dead: The Face of Revenge in Baghdad
By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN
As leaders struggle to avert a civil war, hundreds of men continue to be kidnapped, tortured and executed in Baghdad.
Plan Allows Iraqi Parliament to Choose Premier

A G.O.P. Split on Immigration Vexes a Senator
By RACHEL L. SWARNS
Senator John Cornyn of Texas is squeezed by Republican factions warring over the legalization of undocumented immigrants.

For Some Who Solve Puzzle, Medicare Drug Plan Pays Off
By ROBERT PEAR
They are not vocal, they are not organized, but Medicare's satisfied customers say it was worth wading through the hassles.

WaPo -
Former DeLay Aide Enriched by Nonprofit
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Tom DeLay's ex-chief of staff got more than a third of U.S. Family Network's $3.02M in revenue, mostly drawn from clients of Jack Abramoff.
R. Jeffrey Smith
GRAPHIC: Where the Money Went
Ohio Republicans Racing Storm Clouds
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• Special Reports: DeLay Indicted | Abramoff Probe

Presidential Powers Challenged
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High court to hear arguments on legality of U.S. military tribunals in case brought by Osama bin Laden's ex-chauffeur. –Charles Lane
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Supreme Court Special Report

The Word at War
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U.S. firm that planted stories in Iraqi papers calls its actions "influence," not propaganda.
Lynne Duke
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McCain, Feingold in Iraq | U.K. Hostage Goes Home
Russia Denies Leaking U.S. Intelligence to Iraq

Motor City Shifts Gears
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In wake of General Motors' buyout, United Auto Workers' members reluctantly acknowledge role of globalization and high technology.

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