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Headlines @ Closing Time

*Intel report prompts senator to close office:
'I would not bring my two sons to the Capitol between now and the election'
/AP: What? A Democrat who considers terrorism more than a "nuisance"?

*U.S. steps up attacks before Ramadan: To prevent repeat of violence at start of last year's observance/AP: It's about time we got back on the offensive.

*6,000 felons on Colorado election lists: State officials fail to keep inmates, parolees from registering/Denver Post: In the 2004 prez election, Colorado has replaced Florida as the state Most Likely to Goof Things Up.

*Some Catholic bishops intent on 'throwing wait of church' behind Bush/NewsMax: If you believe the pro-life position is a foundational doctrine of the church, how can you vote otherwise?

*CDC flu plan aims to protect those at risk/AP: The bad news? Looks like two or three days of missed work this year. The good news? I can blog from home.




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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.