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Monday, October 3, 2022

Gonzales: ‘I have nothing to hide’

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, fighting to save his job, said in prepared Senate testimony Sunday he has “nothing to hide” in the firings of eight federal prosecutors but claimed a hazy memory about his involvement in them.

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Let’s get into sex for a change

My family bred horses and dogs and to us sex meant breeding babies. Apparently things have changed in the last 40 years and now we seem to be fixated on either learning how to have sex; learning how to have sex without pregnancies and how not to have sex. Where does one even begin?

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Baghdad car bombs spread death in market


Two car bombs exploded minutes apart in a busy Baghdad market in a mainly Shiite district Sunday, killing at least 18 people. North of the capital, two British helicopters crashed after an apparent collision in air, killing two soldiers.

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Bush headed for showdown with Dems

President George W. Bush is preparing for a new week of tough political battles with his Democratic opponents amid an atmosphere of mutual hostility and suspicion.

On Tuesday, Democrats will have a politically charged meeting with key Bush ally Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to hear his explanation about the firings of eight federal prosecutors, who they suspect fell victim to a White House-managed purge.

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Fundraising redefines GOP contenders

A flurry of money and polling upended the Republican presidential field during the first three months of the year. A little known former governor is now the GOP’s leading fundraiser. The party’s presumed front-runner is fighting to stay in the leaders’ pack. And a sharp-elbowed New Yorker with liberal social views is leading the popularity contest.

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