Monday, October 31, 2005

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For Retailers, It Looks Like Holiday Season Is Off to Strong Start
Merck to Cut Jobs, Close or Sell 5 Plants
Ahold to Pay $1.1B to Settle Civil Suit
Md. Alcoa Plant to Start Layoffs in December
Medicaid Cutbacks Divide Democrats
The Man With the Inside Scoop
2nd Magazine Reporter to Testify in CIA Leak Case
Ohio Scandals May Give Democrats a Lift
Even Mediation Agency Has Boardroom Politics
Advocacy Groups Targeting Vulnerable Senators on Alito Vote
Pentagon Expanding Its Domestic Surveillance Activity
Kaine's Transit Tour Hits N. Virginia
TV, No Homework Can Turn Suspensions Into Vacations
Youth Dies After Brawl in D.C. Detention
Boy, Mother Found Unharmed After Alleged Kidnapping
Nominations Help Lobbyists Reaffirm Value of Connections
We're Past Politics With Iraq
For the Offense, Last Season All Over Again
You Know This Horror Flick: 'Sometimes They Come Back'
Progressive Wal-Mart. Really.

WHO's Strike Force Plans for Worst Case
Infant Heart, the Size of a Walnut, Rebuilt and Running
Calif. Congressman Pleads Guilty

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