Saturday, November 04, 2006


Several days from what Republican and Democratic campaign strategists expect to be a close election, the legal machinery of a messy fight is shifting into high gear.

The Bush administration argues a suspected terrorist who spent years in a secret CIA prison should not be allowed to speak to a civilian attorney.

Liberals and some conservatives are saying the party that prides itself on family values has a hypocrisy problem.

A radio talk show host was fired Friday... he told listeners he wished someone would "tell the fat lesbian to shut up."

FBI Director has issued a stern message to the bureau’s nearly 30,000 employees warning them against leaks of confidential information after recent news articles disclosed criminal inquiries involving incumbent lawmakers, mainly House Republicans.

midterm election projected to cost more than $2.6 billion.

A naked man was arrested on suspicion of carrying a concealed weapon after telling police he had a screwdriver in his buttocks. The man was lying on a tree stump masturbating beside a nature path...

The secretary of state is expected to stay above the partisan fray, but Rice is on a media blitz.

Houston has stopped offering free flu shots at early voting sites after Republicans alleged it was a ploy by the mayor to lure more Democrats to the polls.

NYPD detective claiming his wife spiked his meatball dinner with marijuana.

Politics may not be in the blood, but it could be in the genes. That's the theory a team of political scientists and geneticists is trying to prove.

Professor's Bigfoot research criticized, Meldrum firmly believes the lumbering, shaggy brute exists.

If Republican Centrists lose in droves next week, the House GOP conference will become even more conservative than it has been in recent years. That has wide-ranging implications, no matter which party wins the majority.

Robert G. Marshall, a Prince William County Republican who wryly refers to himself as Virginia's "chief homophobe," was just warming up.

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