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Front Page: Home From Summit, Obama Plans to Cut Spending

  • President Obama has challenged federal agencies to cut spending by $100 million over the next 90 days. — AP
  • Obama is also defending his friendly greeting of Venezuela President Hugo Chavez at the Summit of Americas, saying that Americans want him to interact with foreign leaders. — Los Angeles Times
  • Today marks the 10-year anniversary of the Columbine school shootings. — CNN
  • Waterboarding was administered by the CIA 266 times to two different terrorism suspects, according to the recently released torture memos. — Guardian
  • Rush Limbaugh says the fact that John McCain was "broken by the North Vietnamese" proves that torture works. — Think Progress
  • Despite Obama's decision to air Bush's dirty torture laundry, Al-Qaeda's second in command has warned Muslims not to be fooled by President Obama, who is no different than George W. Bush. — Reuters
  • Zac Efron's movie 17 Again debuted at No. 1 this weekend, bringing in about $24.1 million. — BuzzSugar
  • If you're curious, check out the "real story" behind 420. — Huffington Post


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CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 8 years
wow 10 years, it seems in some ways to be forever ago and in others just yesterday!!
kia kia 8 years
Cool on your guys reporting the San Raf high school students originating 420. I first heard and read that when I went to undergrad in Humboldt (a 420 school of course). Today is a sad day though. I have been reading Columbine stories all week. I moved to Colorado a little over a year ago and I can't help but think of that shooting with every time I see a "Respect Life" license plate.
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