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Lawmakers Want MLB to Fix Steroid Woes

Updated: 12/06/2004 - Major League Baseball should enforce stronger rules against steroid abuse by players on its own, but Congress will require changes by law if necessary, leading lawmakers said Sunday.

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House Said Ready for Anti-Terror Bill Vote

Updated: 12/06/2004 - Congressional negotiators reached a deal Monday with the chief House Republican opponent of legislation revamping the nation's intelligence agencies, clearing the way for a final vote, a House GOP leader said.

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Opening of Blake Murder Trial Delayed

Updated: 12/06/2004 - Opening statements in actor Robert Blake's murder trial were delayed Monday for two weeks because of the theft of his defense attorney's computer.

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U.S. Consulate Attacked in Saudi Arabia

Updated: 12/06/2004 - Islamic militants threw explosives at the gate of the heavily guarded U.S. consulate in Jiddah in a bold attack Monday, then forced their way into the building and held civilians at gunpoint, prompting a gunbattle. At least 12 people, including five local staff, were reported killed in the three-hour assault.

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Rescue K-911

Posted: 12/05/2004 - When disasters strike and lives are on the line, sometimes the human touch isn't enough. Sunday, some future four-legged heroes were schooled in the fine art of rescue.

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Jackson Gives DNA Sample To Authorities

Updated: 12/05/2004 - A source says Michael Jackson voluntarily gave a D-N-A sample to authorities. The pop star faces trial next month on a charge of child molestation. It's not clear how authorities plan to use the D-N-A.

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Ags Bound For Cotton Bowl

Updated: 12/05/2004 - Texas A&M Director of Athletics Bill Byrne and Aggie head football coach Dennis Franchione accepted a bid to the SBC Cotton Bowl which was extended by bowl chairman Gayle Earls on Sunday.

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Gates Warns of Cyberterror Attacks

Updated: 12/05/2004 - Texas A&M's president says cyberterrorism could be the most devastating weapon of mass destruction yet and could cripple the US economy.

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17 Civilians Killed in Iraq Terror

Updated: 12/05/2004 - Gunmen ambushed a bus full of Iraqis working for the U.S. military, killing 17 civilians and wounding 13 in Tikrit on Sunday, while a car bomb and a gun attack killed four members of the Iraqi security forces elsewhere in northern Iraq.

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Huntsville Shelter Hoping for Help

Updated: 12/05/2004 - For some families, one of the happiest gifts they can receive during the holidays is a new pet. But ask the humane society in Huntsville, and they'll tell you the greatest gift they'll get this season is when you take a dog or cat off their hands.

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New Photos Show Apparent Prisoner Abuse

Updated: 12/04/2004 - A former U-S military spokesman in Iraq is offering his take on the latest photos to show apparent abuse of prisoners. General Mark Kimmitt tells al-Jazeera that photos which appear to show SEALs manhandling Iraqis are isolated acts.

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McCain: Congress May Act Against MLB

Updated: 12/04/2004 - Sen. John McCain demanded immediate action by representatives of Major League Baseball's players and owners to tighten the sport's drug-testing policy "to restore the integrity of baseball" or face possible congressional action.

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Family Speaks About Mother Who Killed Her Child

Updated: 12/04/2004 - The stepfather of a woman charged with killing her baby by severing its arms says she was consumed by the a self-described prophet and his suburban Dallas church.

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Iraqi Prisoner Abuse Pre-Trials At Fort Hood

Updated: 12/04/2004 - A military judge today ordered the former Commander of U.S. Prisons in Iraq to testify at the trial of a soldier charged with abuses at Abu Ghraib.

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Struggle for Ukrainian Presidency Continues

Updated: 12/04/2004 - Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko suffered a defeat in parliament Saturday, when his foes blocked electoral amendments intended to avert fraud in a new presidential runoff later this month.

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Iraqi Police Killed, Injured in Blast

Updated: 12/04/2004 - Car bombs near the Iraqi capital's Green Zone have left seven dead. The explosion was near Iraqi government offices and the US Embassy.

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Annexation Lawsuit Headed to Trial

Updated: 12/03/2004 - A small victory for a local woman who doesn't want to be a Bryan resident. Judge Rick Davis ruled a disannexation lawsuit filed by Karen Hall against the city can go to trial.

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New Lights Signal Decreased Spending

Updated: 12/03/2004 - You may not have noticed a big difference at Twin Cities intersections, but more changes are in the works that will save taxpayer dollars.

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Woman Assaulted on Her Doorstep

Updated: 12/03/2004 - A College Station woman was assaulted Thursday night as she took out the trash, and police are still looking for the suspect.

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Major Explosion Shakes Houston

Updated: 12/03/2004 - A chemical plant explosion in Southwest Houston is felt 20 miles away. Only minor injuries have been reported.

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Retailers Optimistic About Holiday Sales

Updated: 12/03/2004 - There are just a few weeks left to finish up your holiday shopping, but fresh off the biggest shopping weekend of the year, retailers are still waiting for the spending spree to kick in.

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Wayne Rucker Explains His Complaint

Updated: 12/03/2004 - The Grimes County District Clerk's office is under the microscope, auditors are looking into how money turned up missing, and the man who runs the office is facing a flurry of legal woes.

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Astros Get Vizcaino

Updated: 12/03/2004 - The Houston Astros agreed to a $1.25 million, one-year contract with free-agent infielder Jose Vizcaino on Friday.

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Newspaper: Bonds Admits Using Substances

Updated: 12/03/2004 - Barry Bonds testified to a grand jury that he used a clear substance and a cream given to him by a trainer who was indicted in a steroid-distribution ring, but said he didn't know they were steroids, the San Francisco Chronicle reported Friday.

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