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Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Outsourcing Ma and Pa

An increasingly pressing concern to U.S. social planners is what happens when the first wave of more than 30 million baby boomers begins retiring next year.

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The mother of all scandals

Churning down Constitution Avenue toward Capitol Hill is a hurricane of potential political anguish the size of Katrina. It has been swirling around down the street at the Justice Department for sometime and with a major development just last week seems on the move to destroy any number of careers. It involves an extraordinarily well -connected super lobbyist named Jack Abramoff, whose activities already have resulted in an indictment in Florida and have been under close scrutiny in this town for at least a year and a half.

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Poster child for Catch-22

Nearly three months since Hurricane Katrina battered this glorious city, it has become the capital of the Catch-22. The multiplicity of chicken-and-egg scenarios here could feed every FEMA employee in town.

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A question of timing

It has become known as one of the most effective TV presidential campaign commercials ever: President Bush consoling a 9-year-old Ohio girl named Ashley whose mother died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

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Pentagon mulls troop cuts in Iraq, but hedges its bets

As public sentiments against the Iraq war continues to mount and members of the President’s own party raise questions about the conflict, the Pentagon now says it plans to shrink the U.S. troop presence in Iraq, currently 155,000, to about 138,000 after the December 15 Iraqi elections and is considering dropping the number to about 100,000 next summer if conditions allow.

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