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Senate Approves $66 Billion for War Efforts
Iraq Index: Measuring Progress in Security, Services
Adviser, Speechwriter Gerson Leaves Bush White House
Immigration Rhetoric: 'Untied States of America'
Episcopalians Confer on Homosexuality
U.S. Hosts Meeting to Foster Government in Somalia
Uninsured Patients, Few Beds Keep ERs Maxed Out
Alaska Bridge Criticized, but Earmark Remains
Americans Shifting Gears in Smaller Numbers
States Struggle to Certify 'Qualified' Teachers
Kentucky Schools Reverse Decision on Eliminating 'B.C.'
Asian and Central Asian States Meet in Shanghai
Breaking Ground for Sept. 11 Pentagon Memorial
Woods, Mickelson to Face Off at U.S. Open
Iraq Government Weighs Amnesty for Insurgents
Experts: Guantanamo Closing Might Not Be Answer
Heirs Sue to Regain Steinbeck Rights
Tan Dun's Cultural Evolution
Royal Stash Auctioned for Charity
Big Dig Prompted by Faulty Gold Detector
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