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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Racing to provide nearly $75 billion President Bush says is needed quickly to pay for the war in Iraq, lawmakers in Congress are demanding more details from the administration about precisely how the money will be spent. As the House and...
Sun StaffSoutheast Asian Warm Spicy Shrimp Salad Serves 6 as salad course; 3 or 4 as main course about 6 cups mixed salad greens 1 1/2 pounds medium-sized shrimp in the shell, peeled with tails intact 2 tablespoons minced or pressed garlic 1 tablespoon minced...
Tags: Limes, Cheese Corn, Chili, Shrimp, Turkey (animal)
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - America's new enemies in Iraq have been variously described as Baath Party loyalists, "foreign fighters," "terrorists," "criminals" and combinations of all of those. But in an intelligence void that even U.S. officials acknowledge, little is...
SunSpot StaffWMAR: Is there a chance the U.S. could still use Turkey when the war starts? DOUGLAS BIRCH: I think there's almost no chance that you're going to see heavy artillery, tanks and massive U.S. troops crossing the border from Turkey. Over the weekend, the...
Associated PressANKARA, Turkey - The government asked parliament yesterday to open Turkish airspace to U.S. warplanes bound for Iraq, a delayed move that falls short of Washington's initial hopes to station ground troops in Turkey. The proposal would not allow U.S....
Head Start Gravy Makes 3 1/2 cups 6 tablespoons butter 6 tablespoons flour 3 1/2 cups stock, either reduced-sodium chicken stock straight from the cans or canned stock in which a neck, giblets, a chopped carrot, a small chopped onion and 2 1/2 cups...
Sun Foreign StaffLONDON - With rescue workers picking through the rubble of two British targets bombed in Turkey and more than 100,000 war protesters marching through London's streets, President Bush and Prime Minister Tony Blair said yesterday that they would not be...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The United States unleashed a withering air assault on Iraq yesterday, striking Baghdad and targets throughout the country with 1,500 precision-guided bombs and cruise missiles in an escalating campaign to drive Saddam Hussein from power. As...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Sometime this week, perhaps as early as tomorrow night, Tomahawk cruise missiles with 1,000-pound warheads launched from Navy ships in the Red Sea and Persian Gulf could arc through the sky over Saudi Arabia and Kuwait and begin landing on...
Sun StaffMartin O'Malley has some new best friends. And some worried old ones. The mayor, whose hard-nosed financial decisions over the years have made him the darling of business leaders and the nemesis of unions and activists, saw his fans and critics swap...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Some senior U.S. military officers both in Washington and in the Persian Gulf are troubled that U.S. forces in Iraq do not have enough tanks and other armored vehicles to complete the drive on Baghdad and protect the long supply lines that...
Tags: Defense, U.S. Military, U.S. Army, Saddam Hussein, Iraq
Sun Foreign StaffKIRKUK, Iraq - The road to Kirkuk was littered with discarded Iraqi army boots. Defenses around the Iraqi-held city crumbled yesterday after assaults by Kurdish forces, a brief uprising by Kirkuk's residents and a wild flight by thousands of Iraqi...
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