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They wrote speeches and poems and plotted graphs with the ages of presidents upon inauguration. Yesterday's inauguration of Barack Obama provided boundless learning opportunities for students in area classrooms - assuming they were in school. Baltimore...
Tags: Television, Elections, George Washington, White House, Pigtown
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush's nominee for chief justice, Judge John G. Roberts Jr., said yesterday that Supreme Court justices have a "limited role" - to apply the law, not make it. On the first day of Senate hearings on his nomination, Roberts pledged...
Tags: Justice System, Laws, Democratic Party, Local Government, Judges
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - During a long and sometimes contentious day of questioning, Supreme Court nominee John G. Roberts Jr. called the landmark 1973 abortion rights case "settled as a precedent of the court." But he stopped short yesterday of pledging to...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Under intense pressure at his nationally televised Senate hearing yesterday, Judge John G. Roberts Jr. never lost his cool and never gave an inch. He was soft-spoken, even-tempered and smoothly evasive through a long day of questioning....
Sun StaffREPUBLICANS Chairman: Sen. Arlen Specter, Pennsylvania Elected to a fifth term in November, Specter, 75, had to fight to win the committee gavel after conservatives blasted him for his remarks that President Bush might have a hard time getting anti-...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Mail delivery in Sen. Patrick J. Leahy's office goes like this: Aides to the Vermont Democrat open the windows, slip on rubber gloves, sift through letters and then, in the most disquieting part of the daily ritual, start worrying about...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Even some who have questioned the need for war described Secretary of State Colin L. Powell's performance at the United Nations yesterday as a persuasive case for military action against Iraq within a matter of weeks. Lawmakers from both...
Times Staff WritersScammers penetrated ChoicePoint Inc.'s vast online database of personal records five years ago in an operation similar to a more recent case that has triggered a national furor over privacy, court records show. Two Nigerian-born fraud artists were...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle angrily attacked President Bush and his administration yesterday, accusing them of using the debates on Iraq and homeland defense to challenge Democrats' commitment to national security. Speaking on the...
Los Angeles TimesLOS ANGELES - California Gov. Gray Davis came under growing pressure yesterday to abandon his me-or-nothing strategy against the recall, as key Democrats rallied behind the backup candidacy of Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante to hedge against losing power in...
Sun Foreign StaffGUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba -- Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld flew into this contentious little corner of his domain yesterday to demonstrate his conviction that the United States is doing exactly the right thing with its 158 detainees from...
Tags: Colin Powell, Armed Forces, U.S. Navy, Prisons, Justice System
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