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    Panel Ignored Evidence On Detainee (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - A military tribunal determined last fall that Murat Kurnaz, a German national seized in Pakistan in 2001, was a member of al Qaeda and an enemy combatant whom the government could detain indefinitely at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba...
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    Online Scrapboooks Let Globetrotters Trace Their Travels (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - Soon you may be able to search your life history online to recall where you ate that fabulous dinner in New Orleans six years ago or the names of those two dopey dudes you met in Acapulco when you were 21...
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    Schindlers' Lawyers Drop Appeals (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - PINELLAS PARK, Fla., March 26 -- Two visions of Terri Schiavo emerged Saturday: Her husband's attorney, George Felos, said he had "never seen such a look of beauty and peace upon her." Schiavo's father, Robert Schindler, whose family has compared her complexion to that of...
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    Seeking A More Intuitive Search Tool (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - The file-search tool in Windows XP is a dog, and not just metaphorically -- a little animated puppy appears on screen to indicate your query's status by wagging its tail, panting, scratching itself and other actions...
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    Rice Describes Plans To Spread Democracy (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice yesterday set out ambitious goals for the Bush administration's push for greater democracy overseas over the next four years, including pressing for competitive presidential elections this year in Egypt and women's right to vote in Saudi...
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    Bush: U.S. To Sell F-16s To Pakistan (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - CRAWFORD, Tex., March 25 -- President Bush rewarded a key ally in the war on terrorism Friday by authorizing the sale of F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan, a move that reversed 15 years of policy begun under his father and that India warned would destabilize the volatile...
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    Justices Decline Schiavo Case (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - PINELLAS PARK, Fla., March 24 -- Even some of the most ardent supporters of a seven-year battle to keep Terri Schiavo alive began to resign themselves to what appeared inevitable Thursday: saying goodbye for the last time...
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    Protests Topple Kyrgyzstan's Government (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - ALMATY, Kazakhstan, March 24 -- Opposition demonstrators pushed past riot police and seized the presidential headquarters Thursday in the Central Asian country of Kyrgyzstan, toppling the government in the third successful popular revolt in a former Soviet republic in 16...
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    Gov. Bush Is Rebuffed In Schiavo Case (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - PINELLAS PARK, Fla., March 23 -- Florida Gov. Jeb Bush again raised the possibility of the state's intervention in the frantic battle over Terri Schiavo, asserting Wednesday that the state may have authority to take custody of the brain-damaged woman even though the...
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    Report Emphasizes Shortfall In Medicare (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - The two independent trustees overseeing Social Security and Medicare broke with the Bush administration's trustees yesterday, saying Medicare's financial problems far exceed Social Security's and are in urgent need of attention...
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    Shooter Described As Deeply Disturbed (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - RED LAKE, Minn., March 23 -- Two days after a shooting rampage on the Indian reservation here left 10 dead, friends, relatives and neighbors of the teenage assailant began to sketch a portrait of a deeply disturbed youth who had been treated for depression in a psychiatric...
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    At Least 14 Feared Dead In Blast At Oil Refinery (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - TEXAS CITY, Tex., March 23 -- An explosion rocked a BP oil refinery Wednesday, injuring more than 100 people and sending flames and black smoke billowing into the sky in a blast so thunderous it could be felt for miles. At least 14 people were feared dead...
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    Heavy Insurgent Toll In Iraq (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - BAGHDAD, March 23 -- An Iraqi official said Wednesday that 85 insurgents were killed on Tuesday when Iraqi commandos, assisted by U.S. air and ground support, staged a midday attack on a suspected training camp in a rural area northwest of the capital...
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    Rampage In Minn. Mirrors Other Cases (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - RED LAKE, Minn., March 22 -- The 16-year-old shooter in Monday's bloody rampage at a high school on a northern Minnesota Indian reservation had earlier that day killed his grandfather and stolen his police cruiser, which he drove to the front door of the school before...
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    Gunman Found Haven On Nazi Web Site (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - The messages came just after midnight -- half plea, half boast. http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/topstories/*http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/washpost/20050323/ts_washpost/a58397_2005mar22
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