Archive for June, 2007

In Iowa, Clinton Camp Scripts Bill’s Role to Keep Focus on Hillary

Saturday, June 30th, 2007

When Bill Clinton joins his wife for their first major joint campaign appearances tomorrow, the former president is planning to play the role of “biographer in chief,” telling “the story” of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton — and directing some of his high-wattage charisma toward her.

A Political Force With Many Philosophies

Saturday, June 30th, 2007

Fred Wood, a Marietta, Ohio, retiree, voted for George W. Bush in 2000 and John F. Kerry in 2004. In last year’s midterm elections, he voted Republican for Senate and Democratic for governor. Is he on the fence for 2008? “You bet I am!” he said.

Immigrants Work On as Bill Dies and Views Divide

Saturday, June 30th, 2007

The day after the Senate failed to move on a proposal for a broad change in immigration law, it was time to take stock.

The Amateur Future of Space Travel

Saturday, June 30th, 2007

How NASA turned to America’s basement brainstormers, workbench concocters and garage tinkerers to revive the space program.

For Poor Families, an Added Burden of Too Many Pets

Saturday, June 30th, 2007

On the southern tail of the Appalachian Mountains, many people are attached to multiple pets but cannot afford to sterilize or vaccinate them.

Smuggling Tunnel Is Found on Arizona-Mexico Border

Saturday, June 30th, 2007

A smuggling tunnel freshly excavated under the border with Mexico was sealed Friday after a joint raid by United States and Mexican authorities.

Money, Not Race, Fuels New Push to Buoy Schools

Friday, June 29th, 2007

Even before a Supreme Court decision on integration, the push to improve public schools had turned, increasingly, on money.

Husband of Ex-Official Is Convicted of Killing Her

Friday, June 29th, 2007

The husband of a former Nevada controller was found guilty of killing her with an injection of a paralyzing drug.

Texas Supreme Court Backs Pastor Over His Publicizing of Affair

Friday, June 29th, 2007

The Texas Supreme Court dismissed a lawsuit filed by a woman whose pastor told the congregation about her extramarital relationship.

Bush Is Told to Justify Executive Privilege

Friday, June 29th, 2007

The chairmen of the House and Senate Judiciary committees yesterday ratcheted up their fight with President Bush over documents on the firing of U.S. attorneys, sending the White House a barbed letter demanding that the president back down from a claim of executive privilege — or give Congress a…


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