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  • Looking Back: Opinions from past add perspective

    Editorials covered moving holidays to Mondays, an initiative to limit employment opportunities for gay people and increasing U.S. secrecy and surveillance after 9/11.

  • Police officer names would be kept secret under Virginia bill

    Should the government be allowed to keep the names of police officers secret from the news media and public? A bill moving forward in Virginia would do that.

  • Leaker barely scrutinized

    Tighe Barry stood in a cool breeze at the corner of 22nd and C streets in Foggy Bottom wearing nothing but a jockstrap and goose bumps. A small sign hanging …

  • Idaho site offers nitty-gritty on spending

    BOISE – A nonprofit group on Tuesday launched a “government transparency” Web site that offers details about state and local government spending in Idaho, from a mayor’s salary to an …

  • Judge opens Duncan hearing

    BOISE – U.S. District Judge Edward Lodge has reversed himself and ordered today’s status hearing in killer Joseph Duncan’s death penalty proceedings opened to the press and public. Meanwhile, prosecutors …

  • Another Case Of Conspiracy, Cover-Up

    In its most diabolical move yet, the U.S. Air Force has thickened its cover-up of the Flying Saucer crash near Roswell, N.M., 50 years ago by issuing a detailed, 231-page …

  • Fbi Wants Jfk Documents To Be Kept Secret

    The FBI has appealed to President Clinton for a second time to keep documents related to President Kennedy’s assassination secret. This time, the focus is on 13 documents earmarked for …



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