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July 4, 2003
Glenn Beck's Real American Fourth of July

Glenn Beck will do a special broadcast live on July 4th from Bay Village in Ohio. The broadcast will be held as a traditional 4th of July celebration with watermelon eating contests and sack races. The broadcast begins at 9am. The day will end with fireworks at approximately 10pm. Click here for more information and directions..
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WAR NEWS

Senators Say U.S. Has Proof of WMD Programs
U.S. officials in Iraq have solid evidence of weapons of mass destruction programs and details probably will be released soon, two leading Senate Republicans said Thursday, after returning from Iraq.

US offers $25m reward for Saddam, dead or alive
The United States yesterday announced a $25m reward for information leading to the capture of Saddam Hussein or else positive conformation of his death in an effort to reduce the number of attacks on American and British troops.

Bremer requests more troops as violence, tension escalate
The top American administrator in Iraq, confronting growing anti-U.S. anger and guerrilla-style attacks, is asking for more American troops and dozens of U.S. officials to help speed up the restoration of order and public services.

Allied troops will stay in Iraq for two years
Allied forces will have to stay in Iraq for more than two years - and possibly far longer - according to coalition and Whitehall officials who have reassessed the reconstruction effort taking place in the country.

Iraqi Strikes Injure 10 U.S. Troops
Ten U.S. soldiers were injured today in three separate attacks that demonstrated the increasing sophistication and brazenness of guerrilla-style strikes against U.S.-led forces in Iraq, according to military officials.

WAR ON TERROR

Saudi bomb suspect 'dies in gunfight'
A man thought to have masterminded a series of suicide bombings in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, in May has been killed during a police operation to arrest him, Saudi officials have said.

AFTERMATH OF 9-11

Bush Picks 6 for Possible Military Tribunals
President Bush has decided six unidentified prisoners captured in the Afghan war may face a U.S. military tribunal, the first of its kind.

Inmate Charged with Assault on 'American Taliban'
An inmate has been charged with attacking so-called American Taliban John Walker Lindh in an incident at the federal prison in California where Lindh is serving a 20-year sentence for his involvement with militant Islamic fighters in Afghanistan.

ISOLATED INCIDENT

Parking Lot Near LaGuardia Evacuated
A suspicious package and an automatic weapon are found in a rental car.

MIDDLE EAST UPDATE

The 'Palestinian Napoleon' behind Mideast cease-fire
In jail and on trial for terrorism, Marwan Barghouti brokered a deal with militants.

ON THE HOME FRONT

The other side of liberty
At the very moment they were in Philadelphia declaring that all men are created equal, many of America's Founding Fathers were slave owners. Activists are now demanding a fuller accounting at democracy's birthplace.

Florida Fireworks Blast Claims Fifth Victim
Investigators worried that some of the fireworks could still detonate.

Fireworks Found Onboard Plane
An Alaska Air flight from Seattle was diverted to Tulsa Thursday afternoon after a passenger brought fireworks and a knife on board.

Rapist gets life term for spitting on officer
A convicted rapist has been sentenced to life in prison for spitting on a police officer.

AROUND THE WORLD

SARS scare dissolves
Taipei could join Toronto in earning clean bill of health, signalling a triumph over the global emergency.

EUROPEENING

German makes gallstone world record bid
A German pensioner who had 3,110 gallstones removed says she hopes to have the feat recognized as a world record by the Guinness Book of Records.

Naked German goes for a stroll
A German man woke up to find himself stark naked in the middle of a street after sleepwalking from home, police say.

RELIGION

Lightning Hits As Preacher Asks For Sign From God
A guest evangelist was preaching at the First Baptist Church in a small Hardin County town Tuesday night, emphasizing penance and asking for a sign from God.

SCIENCE / SPACE

Farmer wishes aliens would leave his damn wheat alone
Wheat farmer Larry Balestra might have trouble getting a great yield, with the crop circles all over his field.

TECHNOLOGY

License-Plate Spray Foils Traffic Cameras
A clear spray called Photoblocker makes license plates hyper-reflective and unreadable when the spy camera flashes.

Man Sells "World's Largest French Fry" On eBay
A man has sold what he billed as the world's largest french fry for more than $200 on the Internet auction-house eBay.

BUSINESS / ECONOMY

Jobless Rate Jumps to 6.4 Percent
The unemployment rate is the highest in more than nine years.

POLITICS

Expansion of Medicare Could Backfire on Bush
President Bush is pushing Congress to resolve differences between House- and Senate-passed Medicare drug bills. But is the plan good for his political health in 2004?

Conservatives Balk at Medicare Reform Costs
Forty-four House Republicans have threatened to torpedo President Bush's coveted Medicare prescription drug plan if it does not include free-market reforms.

Davis Recall Group Claims Petition Goal
Activists seeking to oust Democratic Gov. Gray Davis said Thursday they have turned in enough signatures for a recall election.

Supporters of 2nd Amendment Turn to Supreme Court
A police SWAT officer, a Purple Heart recipient, a former Marine, a parole officer, a stockbroker and others with varied political views challenge California's ban on high-powered weapons.

ANIMALS

Sharks off California put chill on holiday beachgoing
Sharks spotted just beyond the surf along Santa Monica Bay on the eve of the Fourth of July weekend chilled beachgoers' appetite for swimming despite an early summer heat wave.

FOOD!!!

A closer look at "McGriddles"
They're here, folks, they're here. Three cheers? We'll see. McDonald's, who've spent quite a bit of dough in the past few years trying to create a buzz around their otherwise old hat name, has struck the market with some really odd breakfast sandwiches called "McGriddles."

BLAH BLAH BLAH

Court: Woman has right to leave crank messages
New York's top court has ruled that a woman angry about a lack of parking passes has a right to leave crank phone messages.

 

Senators Say US Has Proof of WMD's
U.S. officials in Iraq have solid evidence of weapons of mass destruction programs and details probably will be released soon, two leading Senate Republicans said Thursday, after returning from Iraq.
Bush Picks 6 for Possible Military Tribunals
President Bush has decided six unidentified prisoners captured in the Afghan war may face a U.S. military tribunal, the first of its kind.
Lightning Hits As Preacher Asks For Sign From God
A guest evangelist was preaching at the First Baptist Church in a small town Tuesday night, emphasizing penance and asking for a sign from God.


 

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