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Rest of World to Vote in Next U.S. Presidential Election

NEW YORK, NY (SP) — In the 2004 presidential election ballots of American citizens will be tallied alongside those cast by citizens of all other countries of the world. » more...

Bush, Blair to Iraqi People: We Won't Let You Down This Time, We Promise

CAMP DAVID, MD — Addressing reporters at last week's Camp David meeting, U.S. President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair assured the Iraqi people of coalition support. This time... » more...

Orange Alert Measures in Place at Nation's Tanning Parlours

PHILADELPHIA, PA — With the recent spate of Orange Alerts issued by the Department of Homeland Security, tanning parlours nationwide have stepped up their vigilance. » more...

Senators to Press Own Children to Join U.S. Forces in Iraq

WASHINGTON, DC — Stung by criticism that so few senators or members of congress have children in the military, the 25 senators on the Senate Committee on Armed Services have decided to press their own children and grandchildren to enlist and join U.S. forces in the war on Iraq. » more...

Leaflets Dropped in Baghdad, Old Europe Claim Independent Thought Not Dead in U.S.

KUWAIT CITY, KUWAIT — Leaflets dropped from airplanes over Baghdad last night portrayed a U.S. serviceman talking to an Iraqi civilian. In the caption, the soldier assures the civilian that, contrary to appearances, independent thought and dissent are not completely dead in the United States. » more...

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