Daily Revolt

April 04, 2007

Obama Out-Raises Hillary

Obama's $25M haul rivals Clinton camp:
With a stunning $25 million fundraising haul for his presidential campaign, Democrat Barack Obama affirmed his status Wednesday as Hillary Rodham Clinton's chief rival.

Army Reports Possible Friendly-Fire Deaths of 2 Soldiers:
Two soldiers killed in Iraq in February may have died as a result of friendly fire, Army officials said Wednesday

New York City Plans to Promote Circumcision:
The department has started asking some community groups and gay rights organizations to discuss the procedure with their members.

Bush Defies Democrats With 3 Appointments
President Bush appointed three officials who have already drawn heavy criticism on Capitol Hill.

The Secret War Against Iran:
A Pakistani tribal militant group responsible for a series of deadly guerrilla raids inside Iran has been secretly encouraged and advised by American officials since 2005, U.S. and Pakistani intelligence sources tell ABC News...

Tainted food may have killed 38 pets in one state:
Health officials suspect 38 pet deaths in Oregon are related to the nationwide pet food recall, the Oregon Veterinary Medical Association said Wednesday.

Iraq extends new security drive:
The drive is now under way in Mosul in the northIraq says it is extending the current security drive beyond Baghdad to areas outside the capital.

Bush acknowledges Americans weary of Iraq war
President George W. Bush admitted on Wednesday that Americans are weary of the Iraq war and defended his decision to send more troops to Iraq before a number of soldiers about to deploy there.

Terror Watch: A fired U.S. attorney strikes back:
The Justice Department called David Iglesias, the U.S. attorney in New Mexico, an 'absentee landlord'—a key reason listed for his firing last December. Just one problem: Iglesias, a captain in the Navy Reserve, was off teaching classes as part of the war on terror. Now Iglesias is striking back, arguing he was improperly dismissed.

Saudi Arabia Reacts to Olmert's Offer:
Arabs Say They Will Talk to Israeli Prime Mininister If He Accepts Peace Plan

'Strong Possibility' Gas Will Rise to $4:
Oil Prices Ease After Iran Hostages Are Freed, but Analysts Say High Demand to Keep Gas Prices High

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