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Texas Lawmakers on Their Way to DC

Updated: 01/15/2005 - After a busy first week back at work, Texas legislators are off until January 24. Many are heading to Washington to take part in President Bush's second inauguration.

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Bush Aims to Stabilize Social Security

Updated: 01/15/2005 - In his weekly radio address, President Bush made his case for a plan to save Social Security from bankruptcy. He said waiting a year to fix the system would add $600 billion to the price of a solution.

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Graner Says He Followed Orders

Updated: 01/15/2005 - The soldier guilty of abusing Iraqis at Abu Ghraib prison too the stand in the penalty phase of his trial, saying he was ordered by the military and intelligence agents to mistreat prisoners.

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Privacy Policy Causes Digital Dilemma

Updated: 01/15/2005 - Who does your e-mail belong to when you die? It's a question the judicial system is trying to unravel based on an on-going Michigan case. Privacy issues are being created by one soldier's death.

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New Pilot Program Could Graduate College Students in Four Years

Updated: 01/15/2005 - Texas A&M could soon become a model for other public Universities in Texas. A&M will get first crack at a proposed program that would let students attend summer classes at a fraction of the tuition rates in an effort to get them out of college sooner.

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10 Days Off

Updated: 01/15/2005 - Students who do well on the TAKS test, may spend less time in the classroom thanks to a bill passed last year. But confusion over the bill delayed schools from actually implementing the idea, until now.

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Graner Guilty on All Counts

Updated: 01/14/2005 - A Fort Hood jury took less than five hours to find Army Specialist Charles Graner Jr. guilty on all counts. Graner is the first soldier to face charges in the Abu Ghraib prison scandal.

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FDA Panel Nixes OTC Cholesterol Drug Sales

Updated: 01/14/2005 - Federal health advisers recommended against over-the-counter sales of a cholesterol drug, saying that patients need medical guidance in treating a condition that has no symptoms and may require drugs for life to stay healthy.

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Judge Denies Bid to Block Inaugural Prayer

Updated: 01/14/2005 - An atheist who tried to remove "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance lost a bid Friday to bar the saying of a Christian prayer at President Bush's inauguration.

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Jury Told Abu Ghraib Abuse Was for Laughs

Updated: 01/14/2005 - Military jurors began deliberating the fate of Spc. Charles Graner Jr. on Friday after a prosecutor told them that the defendant and other Abu Ghraib guards beat up and humiliated detainees at the Baghdad prison simply for the fun of it.

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European Probe Lands on Saturn's Moon

Updated: 01/14/2005 - A European space probe landed safely on the surface of Saturn's moon Titan on Friday, a space official said, buoying hopes the mission would produce data that could shed light on the origins of life on Earth.

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Blinn Considers Private Contractor to Build New Dormitory

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Money constraints have the administration on the Blinn College Brenham campus thinking of hiring an independent contractor to design, construct, and possibly manage a new student housing complex.

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Centerville Building Burns in an Early Morning Fire

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Just before 4:30 Thursday morning, a strip center of office buildings located in the downtown square of Centerville caught fire. It took firefighters almost six hours to contain the morning fire.

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Red Cross Tsunami Relief Drive

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Brazos Valley residents are stepping up in a big way to help with tsunami relief efforts.

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The President's New Plan

Updated: 01/13/2005 - A lot of experts say the social security system that has supported aging Americans for over 70 years is heading toward bankruptcy, but the president has a plan that some say will work for everyone.

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Players, Owners Forge Steroid Agreement

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Saying it wanted to restore confidence in the game, baseball rolled out a tougher steroid-testing program Thursday that includes penalties for first-time offenders and random, year-round checks.

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Malaria Threat Emerges in Tsunami Region

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Health officials plan to go door-to-door and tent-to-tent with mosquito-killing spray guns beginning Friday to head off a looming threat that one expert says could kill 100,000 more people around the tsunami disaster zone: malaria.

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FCC Member Urges Armstrong Williams Probe

Updated: 01/13/2005 - A member of the Federal Communications Commission said Thursday the agency should investigate whether conservative commentator Armstrong Williams broke the law by failing to disclose that the Bush administration paid him $240,000 to plug its education policies.

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Residents of Flood-Ravaged Towns Return

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Unwilling to wait any longer and ignoring warnings that more water might be on the way, residents in the West returned to homes damaged by storm-swollen creeks and rivers.

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Prince Harry's Nazi Costume Criticized

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Jewish groups and lawmakers criticized Prince Harry on Thursday for wearing a Nazi uniform to a costume party, with one group urging him to visit the Auschwitz death camp, despite an apology from the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II.

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FDA Considers Sales for Cholesterol Drug

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Federal drug advisers on Thursday weighed whether to put a drug aimed at treating high cholesterol on drug store shelves alongside medicines for headaches, allergies and athlete's foot.

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