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May 21, 2007

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May 21,2007
ARIES (March 21 - April 19): Carefully think your way through a problem. Make sure you have all the pertinent information to draw the correct conclusion or to make a final decision. TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Strive to be logical in spending and practical when setting your budget. Review your assets and potential income, and find a way to avoid creating debt. GEMINI (May 21 - June 21): You owe it to yourself ... [full story]
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May 21,2007
For the third time in two months, and twice in less than one week, a bomb threat written on the boy’s bathroom wall of Elton Gregory Middle School in Redmond, Oregon has prompted a search and evacuation.  This time, however, school officials are offering a $200 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the responsible party.   School officials grow weary after the third bomb threat in less then two months, and offer a $200 reward for ... [full story]
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May 21,2007
NOGALES, Ariz., May 21 (UPI) -- U.S. Customs and Border Protection authorities said they plan to fill seven smuggling tunnels from Mexico into Arizona and California by June. Agents are to begin filling a 300-foot drug-smuggling tunnel in Nogales, Ariz., next week and other tunnels are planned to follow in the $2.7 million project, the Phoenix Republic reported Monday. One Nogales tunnel and another in Otay Mesa, Calif., have already been filled. "When we discover ... [full story]
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May 21,2007
WASHINGTON -- The Democrats in control of the U.S. Congress are slipping pet projects into big spending bills just like the Republicans used to. "Meet the new boss, same as the old boss," Rep. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., and a critic of so-called pork-barrel spending told the Los Angeles Times. A new congressional rule this year requires pet projects, or earmarks, added to spending bills to have a sponsor's name attached to them. The lack of ... [full story]
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May 21,2007
DETROIT -- A pregnant mother and her three children were killed Monday when their Detroit home was engulfed by fire that may have originated from a barbeque grill. The Detroit News' Web site reported that the woman was killed in the fire along with her 3-year-old son and her two daughters, ages 5 and 7, while the children's father survived with severe burns. The man was pulled from the blaze by neighbors but not before ... [full story]
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May 21,2007
CRAWFORD, Texas -- U.S. President George Bush Monday brushed aside criticisms from former President Jimmy Carter over his Iraq policy. Carter called the current Bush administration "the worst in history" in a weekend interview with the Arkansas Democrat. "I get criticized a lot from different quarters and that's just part of what happens when you're president," Bush said during an appearance at his ranch in Crawford, Texas, with NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, adding ... [full story]
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May 21,2007
CRAWFORD, Texas -- U.S. President George Bush called the controversy surrounding Attorney General Alberto Gonzales pure "political theater." Bush took a few questions during a joint appearance with NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer at his ranch in Crawford, Texas. Bush said he still backs Gonzales. "He has done nothing wrong," Bush said. "There's been enormous amount of attention on him. ... I, frankly, view what's taking place in Washington today as pure political theater. ... [full story]
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May 21,2007
NEW YORK -- A woman who was mauled by her dog is suing the animal's former owner in New York for allegedly masking its true nature. According to a recent lawsuit filed by Nancy Guastini in federal court, Frank Farella drugged his Labrador retriever to hide the dog's vicious nature prior to her purchase of the animal, the New York Daily News said Monday. Guastini's suit for unspecified damages alleges once she purchased the seemingly-calm ... [full story]
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May 21,2007
A 54-year old La Pine man was arrested Thursday after he allegedly went to a La Pine residence and attempted to murder a man with a machete, authorities reported.   Richard Steven Winnop - DCJ photo Deschutes County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a 911 call at 52525 Riverpine Drive, and found that the intended victim, Richard Todd Marcum, 43, and his friend Aaron Joseph Nesbaum were able to subdue and disarm the suspect, holding him until law ... [full story]
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May 21,2007
ATLANTA -- A Georgia state legislator was charged with drunken driving after his car struck a utility pole near downtown Atlanta, police said. State Rep. Ben Harbin, R-Evans and chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, was charged with driving under the influence, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. Harbin, 43, was taken to an area hospital after his car sheared a utility pole and stopped 40 to 50 feet down the road at about 1 a.m. Sunday, ... [full story]
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