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Men of steel

Men of steel

By Clint Rainey
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Politics | For black Republicans running for office in these times, it's no cakewalk. WORLD spends a day in the life of candidates Michael Steele and Ken Blackwell

Addicted to the streets

By Clint Rainey
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Homelessness | With temperatures over 100 degrees here last week, many among the capital's estimated 10,000 homeless individuals rode for hours on free, air-conditioned…

Easy money?

Easy money?

By Clint Rainey
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Disaster relief | With Katrina relief providing a bonanza for scammers, reformers ask: Can FEMA change?

Gratuitous grub

Gratuitous grub

By Clint Rainey
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Capital Journal | Eating well in Washington on $0 per day

Ready to rumble

Ready to rumble

By Clint Rainey
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Politics | Leftists packed into this year's Take Back America conference, and they had little patience for establishment Democrats

Summer blues

Summer blues

By Clint Rainey
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Politics | Back from recess, Senate Republicans have a very bad week

Brazen example

By Clint Rainey
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Law | As debate mounts over an FBI raid on a legislator's office, some legal scholars question President Bush's unprecedented intervention

Playing for keeps

By Clint Rainey
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Sports | No-pass/no-play rules may be a hurdle in the way of the real goal: student achievement

Amnesty compromise

Amnesty compromise

By Clint Rainey
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Politics | Lone congressman proposes a way through the immigration impasse

Breakout Republicans

Breakout Republicans

By Clint Rainey
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Politics | The GOP tries to make inroads with Hispanics, the nation's largest minority group and one way too big for a highchair

Five-man legacy

Five-man legacy

By Clint Rainey
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Fifty years after the famous missionary martyrdom in Ecuador, the blood still cries out

Mission creep

By Clint Rainey
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Health | Is yoga the latest way to improve mind and body or the newest path to Hindu enlightenment?

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