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05/12/2007 - 22:15

Editoweb: USA today, 05 dec 08


Bush mortgage plan includes rate freeze - Governor: Flood damage will be costly - Man reportedly shot at busy Omaha mall - Edwards sees opportunity in Clinton-Obama spat - Iowans undecided as caucuses near.



Bush mortgage plan includes rate freeze
The Bush administration has hammered out an agreement with industry to freeze interest rates for certain subprime mortgages for five years in an effort to combat a soaring tide of foreclosures, congressional aides said Wednesday.
These aides, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the details have not yet been released, said the five-year moratorium represented a compromise between ...

Governor: Flood damage will be costly
The drenching rain and howling wind were gone but flooding concerns persisted Wednesday as anxious residents waited for water to recede so they could see what was left after this week's fierce storm.
The storm, which killed at least seven people in the Pacific Northwest before moving on Tuesday, left behind flooded homes, fallen trees and washed-out roads, including the region's largest highway.

Man reportedly shot at busy Omaha mall
At least one person was shot Wednesday at a busy Omaha mall, and police locked down the shopping center while they searched for a gunman.
It was unclear whether the shooter was still inside the mall or whether other people were wounded at the Westroads Mall. Two people were seen being removed on stretchers, and rescue workers were taking more stretchers inside the building.

Edwards sees opportunity in Clinton-Obama spat
Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama increasingly sniping at each other, Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards sees an opening in Iowa.
Edwards, Clinton and Obama are in a statistical dead heat in the Hawkeye state, according to the latest polls, and, with a little less than one month left until the Iowa caucuses on January 3, Clinton and Obama are trading almost-daily attacks on each others character and judgment.

Iowans undecided as caucuses near
Jane Halliburton dined with Joe Biden and conferred with Hillary Rodham Clinton. Talked with Barack Obama and met with Chris Dodd. Loved the pecan pie sent over by John Edwards' staff.
Any of the five "could be my candidate" by the time the Iowa presidential caucuses roll around on Jan. 3, she says. But only one of them will.

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