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America's Mars-Venus political divide
Four years ago, Susan 'Hare backed Al Gore for President. Still, she was grateful George W. Bush was in charge on September 11, 2001. ...  | Read.. 
 
Clinton comes back on the campaign trail
The Democratic Party's most powerful weapon is heading back into battle. ...  | Read.. 
 
Quake jolts Japan
Thousands of weary and frightened residents in northern Japan were spending a second night in shelters, cars or in the open today after Japan's deadliest earthquake in nine y ...  | Read.. 
 
No relief for Pak scientist
The federal review board of Pakistan's Supreme Court has extended the detention of nuclear scientist Mohammad Farooq, accused of proliferating nuclear technology, for another ...  | Read.. 
 
Beyonce Knowles at the 16th Carousel of Hope Ball hosted by philanthropist Barbara Davis in Beverly Hills. Funds raised from the event benefit the Ba ...  | Read
Topless trouble
Dog's day
Hard work
Dictionary of biography or work of fiction'
The latest edition of the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography has been described as ..  | Read.. 
Angry Harry not to say 'sorry'
Prince Harry will not apologise to the photographer involved in a scuffle with him outside a ni..  | Read.. 
 
Rival concedes crown to Karzai
Hamid Karzai's main rival for the Afghan presidency concede ...  | Read.. 

Slight edge for Bush
President George W. Bush maintained a slim two-point lead o ...  | Read.. 

Iraq bloodbath claims diplomat, soldiers
Rebels killed 49 unarmed army recruits in one of the bloodi ...  | Read.. 

Monkey embryo clone hope for humans
In a major scientific development, US biologists have clone ...  | Read..