Aug. 5

                
  • UN lashes out at Israeli bombings

    UN lashes out at Israeli bombings

    August 4, 2006

    UNITED NATIONS — A horrific July 30 attack by the Israel Defense Forces on the southern Lebanese village of Qana, combined with ongoing violence that had already claimed hundreds of lives, has prompted outrage at the...

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  • N.J. nurses hold the line

    N.J. nurses hold the line

    August 4, 2006

    News Analysis ENGLEWOOD, N.J. — The struggle by 660 striking nurses at Englewood Hospital faces a double uphill fight. The strikers, members of Health Professional and Allied Employees (HPAE-AFT), is dealing with a notoriously anti-labor employer...

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  • Health care looms large in Maryland election

    Health care looms large in Maryland election

    August 4, 2006

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. — “Health Care for All,” a broad labor-community coalition here, has warned Republican Gov. Robert Ehrlich, who is seeking a second term, that health care, including affordable prescription drugs, will be a decisive issue...

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  • Coulter crap: Dont ignore it, expose it

    Coulter crap: Dont ignore it, expose it

    August 4, 2006

    BOOK REVIEW Godless: The Church of Liberalism By Ann Coulter Crown Forum 2006, Hardcover, 320 pages Why would Ann Coulter dedicate the last one-third of her latest book to attacking science? More specifically, why would this...

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  • Asian American actors career was forged by struggle

    Asian American actors career was forged by struggle

    August 4, 2006

    Mako, the Japan-born actor who used his Oscar nomination for the 1966 film “The Sand Pebbles” to push for better roles for Asian American actors, died July 21. He was 72. Mako, whose birth name was...

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