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Panel Questions Patriot Act Uses

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

Members of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence pushed the nation's top law enforcement and intelligence officials yesterday to share more information on the use and effectiveness of the most controversial provisions of the USA Patriot Act.



American Idol

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

JOHN F. KENNEDY: A Biography
By Michael O'Brien. Thomas Dunne/St. Martin's. 971 pp. $35



SUNDAY

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

Sports
Auto Racing. NASCAR Advance Auto Parts 500 (Channel 5, 12:30).



New Approach to Managing Growth

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

SCRABBLE, W.Va. -- Last summer, when his cousin's farm went up for sale, Jim Staley walked down Scrabble Road and told his neighbors what they already knew: Because the farm was only an hour-and-a-half drive from Washington, any buyer would likely want to plant houses, a lot of them, on the land.



E.U., Canada Warn of Tariffs Over U.S. Anti-Dumping Law

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

The European Union and Canada said yesterday that they will begin imposing punitive duties May 1 on several American exports because the United States has failed to repeal a controversial anti-dumping law that was ruled illegal by the World Trade Organization.



W.Va.'s Burgeoning Gambling Habit

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. -- Just past the Maryland line, a little more than an hour from Washington, Charles Town Racing and Slots glows with the artificial light of the resurrected.



Stewart to Launch Bold Comeback Campaign

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

Martha Stewart rode out of federal prison this morning, preparing to launch an audacious comeback campaign after five months behind penitentiary walls.



Democrats Seek Probes on CIA Interrogations

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

The Democratic leaders of the House and Senate intelligence committees are urging the chairmen to launch investigations into the CIA's practices and policies surrounding interrogation and detention of suspected terrorists, according to members of Congress.



With Slots Near the Gate, Frederick County Watches

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

The gate opened, the horses broke and three men sprawled around table No. 15 at the Cracked Claw, a quirky landmark just south of Frederick that offers fine dining and off-track betting, began yelling at the TV monitors. They bickered over whose horse was the best pick.



SUNDAY

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

Sports
Auto Racing. The 47th running of the Daytona 500 (Channel 5 at 1).



Intelligence Chief Post Proves Difficult to Fill

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

Within the intelligence community and on Capitol Hill, officials say they believe the delay stems at least partly from continuing uncertainty over what real power and authority the new director will have.



Hill GOP Agrees to Launch Social Security Campaign

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

Congressional Republicans, after three months of internal debate, this weekend launched a months-long campaign to try to convince constituents that rewriting the Social Security law would be cheaper and less risky than leaving it alone, as the White House opened a campaign to pressure several Senate Democrats to support the changes.



Bush Faces Skepticism From Hill GOP

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

When President Bush meets with congressional Republicans today, he will encounter a party far less malleable and far less willing to follow his lead than it has been for the past four years.



Zeal Only Delays the Inevitable

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

With Republicans solidly behind Rice, Richard J. Durbin (Ill.) and his Democratic colleagues are powerless to block confirmation when it comes to a vote today.



2,000 Police Officers Volunteer for Duty

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

Out-of-town police officers begin arriving in Washington Tuesday to aid authorities at Thursday's inauguration, the largest group of reinforcements ever brought in for the swearing-in.



In a Town Frozen in Time, Signs of a Thaw

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

Jacquelyn Ebersole, the burgess of Rosemont, holds court amid documents and cooking pans, refrigerator magnets and a hissing police scanner in her office, otherwise known as her kitchen.



Wind Turbines Proving Deadly for Bats

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

Number of deaths poses problem for an industry that sells itself as an environmentally friendly alternative to conventional power plants.



Abnormal Fish in River

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

Male fish that are growing eggs have been found in the Potomac in Maryland, a pollution mystery spreading from West Virginia.



Visit Martha Stewart in Jail

Sun, 8 May 2005 1:02:27 GMT

Where: Alderson, W.Va.
Why: Penny-wise bowling, a media-overrun general store, a prison-turned-inn and America's best-known diva in detention.