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Medicare Drug Plan Penalties
A pivotal Republican is joining the congressional drive to eliminate the financial penalty for people who miss Monday's deadline for enrolling in the Medicare drug benefit, the latest sign of a growing rebellion against President Bush on the issue.

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Foie Gras Food Fight
When the Chicago city council decided to cut the fat out in late April, they weren’t talking about the governmental budget. Instead, they were placing themselves at the forefront of a movement that has animal rights activists cheering and America’s gourmands shaking in their bibs.

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Bush: I Would Like To Close Guantanamo
President Bush says he would like to close the detention center in Guantanamo in Cuba, but is waiting for a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on whether inmates can face military tribunals. "Obviously, the Guantanamo issue is a sensitive issue for people," Bush told ARD German television. "I very much would like to end Guantanamo; I very much would like to get people to a court.

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'Christmas Break' Is Back in MO
"Winter Break" is out, and "Christmas Break" is back for the Francis Howell School District in suburban St. Louis. The board for the St. Charles County school district voted 4-3 Thursday to change the name of the winter vacation, following a debate that became heated at times. The move came despite concerns by some that the change excludes non-Christians or could prompt lawsuits.

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Wartime Spending Bill
The Senate on Thursday overwhelmingly passed a $109 billion wartime emergency spending bill on a vote of 78-20, but the bill is substantially larger than the sum President Bush had requested. Read more.

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