Cheney Shoots Fellow Hunter in Mishap on a Texas Ranch — WASHINGTON, Feb. 12 — Vice President Dick Cheney accidentally shot and wounded a prominent Austin, Tex., lawyer on Saturday while the two men were quail hunting in South Texas, firing a shotgun at the man while trying to aim for a bird, a member of the hunting party said.
Cheney accidentally shoots fellow hunter in South Texas — The 78-year-old Austin attorney is 'doing very well' — CORPUS CHRISTI - A prominent Austin lawyer is expected to be released from a hospital here today after being accidentally shot and slightly injured by Vice President Dick Cheney during …
Slow (White House) trigger on Cheney — How is it that Vice President Cheney can shoot a man, albeit accidentally, on Saturday during a hunting trip and the American public not be informed of it until today? — That will likely be the main question asked of the White House …
Not a Laughing Matter — I'm going to out something from my childhood this morning: I grew up in West Virginia, and I used to go hunting with my dad as a kid. I never actually shot any animals — I was too much of a softie, and spent my time in the woods with my dad feeding peanuts …
Gore Laments U.S. 'Abuses' Against Arabs — JIDDAH, Saudi Arabia - Former Vice President Al Gore told a mainly Saudi audience on Sunday that the U.S. government committed "terrible abuses" against Arabs after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, and that most Americans did not support such treatment.
AL OF ARABIA — The adage that "politics stops at the water's edge" has apparently long since been laid to rest. At the least, we need a new adage counseling American politicians not to defame their country or grovel before the potentates of the homeland of many of America's enemies.
Report: U.S. Is Abusing Captives — A U.N. inquiry says the treatment of detainees at Guantanamo Bay at times amounts to torture and violates international law. — NEW YORK — A draft United Nations report on the detainees at Guantanamo Bay concludes that the U.S. treatment of them violates …
UN inquiry demands immediate closure of Guantanamo — A United Nations inquiry has called for the immediate closure of America's Guantanamo Bay detention centre and the prosecution of officers and politicians "up to the highest level" who are accused of torturing detainees.
Republicans' Report on Katrina Assails Response — WASHINGTON, Feb. 12 — House Republicans plan to issue a blistering report on Wednesday that says the Bush administration delayed the evacuation of thousands of New Orleans residents by failing to act quickly on early reports that the levees had broken during Hurricane Katrina.
VIDEO: STANDING UP IN FRANCE — There are a few brave men left in France. Hooray! Two of them—dressed in pro-Denmark shirts and gear—went to the Islamists' demonstration over the Mohammed cartoons at the Place de la Nation in Paris, France this weekend. Take a look at what happened to Arthur Wneir and Erik Svane:
The 27 Years of Happy Mullacracy Party Ends Up a Bust — Millions of Iranians boycotted the 27th Anniversary gatherings of the murderous and terroristic Islamic revolution. But, as Stefania says, "Don't expect the media to report it." — And, what a party they missed out on!
Spying Necessary, Democrats Say — But Harman, Daschle Question President's Legal Reach — Two key Democrats yesterday called the NSA domestic surveillance program necessary for fighting terrorism but questioned whether President Bush had the legal authority to order it done without getting congressional approval.
U.S. Muslims Try to Ease Europe's Discord — As the crisis over the Danish cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad flared over the last two weeks, leaders of several American Muslim groups began working quietly to try to mediate between European Muslims and the West.
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