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    Islam 'Not In The Name Of Islam' (USATODAY.com Via Yahoo! News)

    The question I am asked most often in media interviews and on radio call-in programs is: "Why don't Muslim leaders condemn terrorism?" http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/search/Islam/SIG=12uk54j7j/*http%3A//news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/usatoday/20050715/cm_usatoday/notinthenameofislam
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    Christianity Panel Chastises Air Force Academy (USATODAY.com Via Yahoo! News)

    The Air Force Academy failed to draw a clear line against religious intolerance within its ranks, a military task force reported Wednesday. The panel said instances of insensitivity among some born-again Christian staff and cadets reflect a lack of awareness and ignorance, not overt...
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    Investors Take A Stake In A Re-emerging Market (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - The Iraq Stock Exchange, reopened last June under the supervision of the Coalition Provisional Authority, started with 15 listed companies trading about 1 billion Iraqi dinars ($683,000) in shares daily. Today, the exchange lists 89 companies and averages about $2 million in...
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    Fruit Farms Withering In Northwest Drought (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - To farmers like Ric Valicoff, the economics of drought are depressingly familiar. Four dry years in the past 13 have scorched their balance sheets and got them wondering whether there's something to the global warming hype. Growers here in apple country are scrambling to find...
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    FBI Discounts New Claim In Oklahoma City Blast (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - The FBI said Wednesday it will not reopen its investigation of the Oklahoma City bombing based on alleged statements from convicted accomplice Terry Nichols that a third man was involved in the 1995 attack...
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    Pentagon Analyst Charged With Passing Defense Secrets (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - A Pentagon analyst was charged Wednesday with illegally passing classified information about potential attacks on U.S. forces in Iraq to two members of a pro-Israel lobbying group...
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    Oil Projects May Get Less Scrutiny (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - But in the future, energy companies may not have to undergo environmental analysis. A section of the energy bill approved by the House of Representatives last month would exempt many federal energy projects from the 1969 National Environmental Policy Act...
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    Bush Says He's Not Deterred On Social Security (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - President Bush said Tuesday that he'll keep campaigning for an overhaul of Social Security despite opposition, and he intensified pressure on reluctant members of Congress to do something to avert big tax increases or cuts in benefits...
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    A Blind Spot In Colo. License Law (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - A Colorado teenager can't practice driving because her mom is blind. Julianna Barber, 15, and her mother Marcia, of Colorado Springs, sued in federal court Monday after the attorney general's office said the girl's grandfather could not act as her supervising driver...
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    Jilted Groom Says He Remains Committed (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - The groom-to-be in the "runaway bride" saga said Monday he still wants to marry Jennifer Wilbanks, and she's wearing his ring again. Meanwhile, District Attorney Danny Porter said Wilbanks could face a misdemeanor charge of false report of a crime or a felony charge of false...
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    Frist: Showdown With Democrats Over Court Nominees May Be 'inevitable' (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist says he's "running out of options" in a fight with Democrats over President Bush's judicial nominees...
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    Women Like Being Mothers But Say They Get No Respect (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - Moms across the U.S. say while they enjoy their role, many feel less valued by society since becoming a mother, according to a study being released Monday. Both women who work outside the home and stay-at-home moms also reported stress and a need to better balance their lives...
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    Suit Reheats Wash. Election Debate (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - Washington Democratic governor Christine Gregoire took office in January after a third count overturned two previous counts that gave the election to Republican Dino Rossi. But, in a suit, the GOP claims that so many illegal ballots ended up in the final count that Gregoire's...
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    Western Drought Shrinking Big Muddy (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - The Missouri River, the nation's longest, is struggling in the dry clutches of a multiyear drought. For six years, the river's three giant reservoirs have dropped alarmingly. While the drought's effects are not irreversible, river managers say it will take years for the waterway...
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    Republicans Debate How Tight Border Should Be (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - President Bush says he supports efforts to secure the nation's border, but also wants to permit workers who came here illegally to become legal "guest workers." Many Republicans see undocumented workers as an argument for tighter border security. And right now, Bush's critics are...
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    S Asia 30 Years Later: Are We Still Warring Over Vietnam? (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - The thump-thump of the last helicopter taking off from a rooftop in Saigon marked the end of America's time in Vietnam in April 1975. The U.S. death toll was about 58,000, almost 40 times the number so far in Iraq...
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    S Asia Search For Vietnam MIAs Continues (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - The Pentagon continues to account for troops missing in Southeast Asia as the nation marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of Saigon on Saturday. This week, the Pentagon identified the remains of four more U.S. servicemen, lost in 1967. It brought the total of long-missing...
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    Bush: Rein In Social Security (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - President Bush endorsed for the first time Thursday a Social Security plan that would slow future increases in benefits for middle- and upper-income workers...
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    RealNetworks To Offer 25 Free Songs A Month (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - Digital music service RealNetworks will let people listen to 25 songs a month for free as part of its strategy to lure customers away from digital music leader Apple Computer...
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    Edward C. Baig: Personal Tech - Making Sense Of Life Without Wires (USATODAY.com)

    USATODAY.com - I'm guessing that Danish King Harald Blatand said little or nothing about wireless networking during his reign in the 10th century. And that he probably didn't imagine his name would be associated with a 21st century wireless technology...
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