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June 23, 2005
By HOPE YEN, AP
WASHINGTON (June 23) - A divided Supreme Court ruled Thursday that local governments may seize people's homes and businesses against their will for private development in a decision anxiously awaited in communities where economic growth often is at war with individual property rights.
Posted on Tue, Jul. 23, 2002
Government tightens hold on information
By BRYON OKADA
Star-Telegram Staff Writer
The federal government is suppressing information about some high-ranking government officials and quietly requesting that they not be written about, citing national security.
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Twenty-five years after the war ended, millions of Vietnamese continue to suffer the toxic consequences of America's most devastating chemical weapon -- Agent Orange.
by Robert Dreyfuss
Thursday April 19, 2001 3:56 PM ET
By Sue Pleming
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - There may be a link between the dioxin-laced herbicide Agent Orange, sprayed widely in the Vietnam War, and a form of childhood leukemia found in veterans' children, said an official report released on Thursday.