Democratic candidates see the light: the Internet

Democratic candidates see the light: the Internet
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Every U.S. presidential candidate has a Web site, of course, but when the top Democratic hopefuls were asked on Saturday whether they would appoint a White House blogger if elected, all of them said yes.[Lees verder]

Congress yields to pass Bush spying bill
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Congress yielded to President George W. Bush on Saturday and approved legislation to temporarily expand the government’s power to conduct electronic surveillance without a court order in tracking foreign suspects.[Lees verder]

Democratic candidates see the light: the Internet
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Every U.S. presidential candidate has a Web site, of course, but when the top Democratic hopefuls were asked on Saturday whether they would appoint a White House blogger if elected, all of them said yes.[Lees verder]

Congress yields to pass Bush spying bill
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Congress yielded to President George W. Bush on Saturday and approved legislation to temporarily expand the government’s power to conduct electronic surveillance without a court order in tracking foreign suspects.[Lees verder]

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