Tuesday, March 14, 2006

In the News - Mar. 14

Feingold Draws Little Support for Censure - 14 Mar 2006 at 7:48am - Feingold's Effort to Censure Bush Referred to Seante Judiciary Committee

E-mail casts doubt on DP World's plans - 14 Mar 2006 at 7:15am - WASHINGTON -- The Dubai-owned company that promised to surrender its U.S. port operations has no immediate plans to sell its U.S. subsidiary's interests at Miami's seaport, a senior executive wrote Monday in a private e-mail to business associates.

Judge to Order Google to Give Up Some Data - 14 Mar 2006 at 2:07pm - A federal judge said Tuesday he intends to require Google Inc. to turn over some information to the Department of Justice in its quest to revive a law making it harder for children to see online pornography.

N.Y. Times' Iraq detainee story challenged - 14 Mar 2006 at 9:22am - NEW YORK -- The New York Times is investigating questions raised about the identity of a man who said in a Page 1 profile that he is the Abu Ghraib prisoner whose hooded image became an icon of abuse by American captors.

New panel to investigate Iraq war policy - 14 Mar 2006 at 12:08pm - WASHINGTON -- Ten prominent Americans, including former Secretary of State James A. Baker III, are forming a bipartisan group to assess the Bush administration's policies in Iraq and political and economic developments in the troubled country.

US general says no proof Iran behind Iraq arms - 14 Mar 2006 at 2:38pm - President George W. Bush said on Monday components from Iran were being used in powerful roadside bombs used in Iraq, and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said last week that Iranian Revolutionary Guard personnel had been inside Iraq.


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