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How he first met W.

Donald Rumsfeld is part of a limited partnership that invests in the cheerleading industry.

Hillary gets more powerful by the day So few tourists wanted to be photographed with a cardboard cutout of Bill Clinton, vendors near the White House have retired it.

Bob Dole needs a job

Congress is considering a bill to establish an Office of Men's Health within the Department of Health and Human Services.

That explains the ringing in his ears

After complaining for hours of a headache and a fever, a 71-year-old Wyoming rancher discovered he had been shot in the head.

The American Dream State Sen. Jerry Ward told the Alaska Senate during a hearing on development that, "[people want] real trails, where you can get out on four-wheelers or snowmachines and kill an animal."
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Date:May 1, 2001
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