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  • Motorcycle-only checkpoints rev up controversy in Congress

     
    Congress is revving up its engines to stop motorcycle-only checkpoints. A measure inserted into the House transportation bill would bar the U.S. Department of Transportation from providing grants to local or state governments for such checkpoints....
  • Group provokes reaction with billboard doubting global warming

    Group provokes reaction with billboard doubting global warming
    For about a day this week, a billboard featuring a mugshot of the Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski, loomed over the Eisenhower Expressway in Maywood, posing a question to drivers cruising toward the city: “I still believe in Global Warming,” the...
  • The 50 richest members of Congress

    The 50 richest members of Congress
    The Hill, a political newspaper, unveiled its annual list of the 50 richest lawmakers on Tuesday. Rep. Michael McCaul, a Republican from Texas, held on to the top slot with a cool $290.5 million. "McCaul remains in the stratosphere of the very richest...
  • Children of Vietnam War servicemen seek U.S. citizenship

    Children of Vietnam War servicemen seek U.S. citizenship
    Randy Tran walked quickly past the majestic domes and marble statues of Capitol Hill, looking for the Cannon House Office building and the people he believed could help him. Tran, a Vietnamese pop singer who lives in a Bay Area suburb and sleeps on a...
  • The 1968 walkout didn't matter

    The fantasies of Luis Torres 40 years ago that propelled him and others to empty classrooms and hit the streets have changed not one wit. They romanticized that day by swelling their numbers and their affect on Los Angeles and Mexican America, of which...
  • Many migrant marchers have moved on

    MILLIONS OF Latinos surprised the United States a year ago with a kick to the political cojones. Men, women, children and their multiethnic amigos marched through Los Angeles and dozens of other cities, proclaiming to the world that they wanted amnesty...
  • What they're saying: Reaction to Terri Schiavo's death

    President Bush President Bush said today that he joins the millions of Americans saddened by the death of Terri Schiavo. "The essence of civilization is that the strong have a duty to protect the weak," Bush said. "In cases where there are serious...
  • Jackson urges NAACP to push voting issue

    MILWAUKEE - Civil rights activist the Rev. Jesse L. Jackson capped off a day of grass-roots political strategizing yesterday by imploring NAACP members to urge their congressional representatives to extend soon-to-expire provisions of the 1965 Voting...
  • Border Accord Faces 'Chasm'

    Border Accord Faces 'Chasm'
    WASHINGTON — Majority Leader Bill Frist said Sunday that he wanted the Senate to vote on a far-reaching immigration bill later this week, even as the fate of the legislation remained clouded by stark differences among lawmakers over how to treat...
  • Clinton impeached, faces trial in Senate

    William Jefferson Clinton was impeached yesterday on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice, setting in motion a landmark Senate trial that will determine whether the 42nd president of the United States will be the first in history to be removed...
  • Dismissal, no; witnesses, yes

    The Senate voted virtually along party lines yesterday to defeat a Democratic proposal to dismiss the impeachment charges against President Clinton, then summoned Monica Lewinsky and two others as trial witnesses. The tally on separate proposals to...