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Haditha Investigation to be Made Public
The White House said the details of an investigation into the killings of Iraqi civilians in Haditha in November 2005 will be released to the public when the probe is completed. Separate investigations seek to determine whether the Nov. 19 killings in the western Iraqi city of Haditha were criminal and whether the Marines involved and their commanding officers tried to hide the truth.

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FEMA's Hurricane Preparations
Competition for relief supplies and confusion about who's in charge could hobble preparations for the brewing hurricane season, say state officials. Just over a week before the June 1 start of the storm season, the Homeland Security Department has nearly finished 11 top-priority changes to nation's beleaguered disaster response agency.

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Banning the Homeless
Sidewalk Fight — Courts and homeless rights advocates battle whether sleeping on city streets should be outlawed.

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Bush May Veto Farm Aid
Giving money to farmers, traditionally a popular election-year idea, is growing less popular in this election year. The Senate wants to spend nearly $4 billion to help farmers cope with high fuel prices and damage from severe weather. House leaders object to the aid, saying Congress spends taxpayer dollars too freely, and President Bush is threatening to veto the aid.

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Public Schools Racially Divided By Law
The NAACP sued Nebraska's governor and a state committee over a new law that divides Omaha Public Schools into three racially identifiable districts. The law, passed by the Legislature at the end of its recent session, splits the Omaha district starting in 2008 into three districts: one mostly black, one largely Hispanic and one predominantly white.

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