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Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Pentagon Contractor Was Suspect

AEY Inc., the company run by a 22-year-old Miami Beach arms dealer who was indicted last week for conspiring to defraud the government on a $298 million Pentagon contract in 2007, was on a State Department watch list for suspicious international dealings the year before that contract was awarded,…

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McCain Adviser May Have Struck a Nerve

Sen. Barack Obama and his surrogates continued to criticize Charles R. Black Jr., a top adviser to Sen. John McCain, on Tuesday for saying a terrorist attack before the November election would help the presumptive Republican nominee. But behind their protests lay a question that has dogged Democrats…

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Vietnamese Premier Meets With Bush, Gates

President Bush met with the prime minister of Vietnam yesterday to discuss closer ties on trade and greater religious freedom, signifying another step forward in the slow warming of relations between the United States and its communist former enemy.

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Teacher Bonuses Get Unions’ Blessing

One of the most ambitious pay-for-performance initiatives in Washington area schools is drawing strong teacher interest and local union support even though many national labor leaders have long asserted that it is unfair to link teachers’ paychecks directly to their students’ test scores.

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African Leaders Press Mugabe

HARARE, Zimbabwe, June 24 — Influential leaders in South Africa and Senegal on Tuesday joined the global condemnation of Zimbabwe’s lethal political violence and called on President Robert Mugabe to cancel Friday’s election on grounds it would not reflect the free will of voters.

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