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What If Voters Could Vote for the First Family?
Move to Criminalize Spanking Sparks Questions
Fuel Economy Has Backers; Details to Come
Levin Helps Boost Iraq Resolution's Chances
Resolution Protesting Bush's Iraq Plan Gets Support
Florida Move Would Back Up Electronic Voting
Reporter's View of Libby Case Testimony
Bush Views Shift on Climate Change
Some on Hill to Be Briefed on Eavesdropping
House Studies Impact of Bush 'Signing Statements'
Cooper, Miller Contradict Libby on CIA Leak
Biden White House Run Begins with 'Regrets'
Bush Blasts High Salaries for Corporate Chiefs
Senate Preps for Fuller Debate of Iraq Troop Buildup
U.S. Official Says Diplomacy Can Ease Iran Tensions