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Judge OKs minor fine on terror-sponsor Chiquita

Colombia’s right-wing paramilitaries are terrorists. Washington named them as such in September 2001. But the AUC, as they are known from their Spanish initials, rule the roost in Urabá in northern Colombia. So what should a U.S. corporation have done when much of its annual $4.5 billion income depended upon free rein there?

Aurora clinic fight continues

AURORA, Ill. — The opening of a Planned Parenthood clinic here was again delayed Sept. 20 after a federal judge denied the organization’s motion that the city of Aurora allow the clinic to open as scheduled.

LETTERS: Sept. 22

A beseech to impeach A progressive bilingual paper. Un periódico progresista bilingüe When a terrorist is ‘our terrorist’ What destroyed New Orleans When will lies stop?

NATIONAL CLIPS: Sept. 22

WASHINGTON: Thousands march against the war MILWAUKEE: Workers jam park vs. crackdown on undocumented TUSCALOOSA, Ala.: School ‘resegregation’ plan protested TRENTON, N.J.: State sues over children’s health insurance

No Child Left Behind proposals spark debate

After a year of public hearings on the No Child Left Behind Act, many education advocates are disappointed because revisions proposed by the House Education and Labor Committee leave the basic complex structure of NCLB unchanged.

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America Tropical 1932 Siqueiros mural lives again

On Aug. 2, after reading about “America Tropical,” the famous mural painted in Los Angeles by Mexican muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros, there I was, for the first time — inches from the huge masterwork.

LETTERS

Ham radio anyone? Wal-Mart fallacy How to steal an election Scare tactic vs. reality Ignore Coulter at your peril

Peoples assembly names Lopez Obrador president

Delegates to an extraordinary National Democratic Convention in Mexico City last weekend chose Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador as Mexico’s new president. They also decided to continue the campaign of peaceful civil resistance to prevent the officially declared winner of the July 2 election, Felipe Calderon of the National Action Party, from assuming office.

NATIONAL CLIPS

BALTIMORE: NAACP keeps tax-exempt status PASADENA, Calif.: IRS threatens church for antiwar sermon TUCSON, Ariz.: Victory in border rescue case

LETTERS

Crossing guards for fairness Minimum wage and Oprah Picture would tell tale Facts not right Response PWW does it again

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