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09/04/2008 - 21:07

USA today Editoweb, 09 april 2008


Clinton: I differ with Bill on trade - Obama may bypass public financing - American cancels more than 1,000 flights - NY union members charged with extortion - Explosion destroys Wis. church.



Clinton: I differ with Bill on trade
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton said Wednesday she has a long record of differing with her husband on trade policies, a critical issue as she and Sen. Barack Obama pursue Democratic voters who fault international deals for U.S. job losses. The New York senator said she will do all she can to defeat the Colombia Free Trade Agreement, now before Congress, even though her husband and her recently demoted chief strategist Mark Penn have worked for it.

Obama may bypass public financing
Barack Obama, whose fundraising prowess has set records, appears to be paving the way to bypass the public financing system in the fall without yet spelling out his intentions. Last year, Obama indicated he would accept public funds if his Republican opponent did as well. But as John McCain takes steps to accept the $84 million available in federal money for the general election, Obama has been hedging.

American cancels more than 1,000 flights
American Airlines canceled more than 1,000 flights Wednesday, more than one-third of its schedule, as it spent a second straight day inspecting the wiring on some of its jets — the same issue that caused it to scrub hundreds of flights two weeks ago. The nation's biggest airline had already canceled 460 flights on Tuesday, stranding thousands of travelers. Federal inspectors found problems with wiring work done two weeks ago, although the airline says passenger safety was never jeopardized.

NY union members charged with extortion
A dozen leaders and members of a construction union were arrested Tuesday and charged with a decade of attacks against nonunion workers and their families, and prosecutors said some of the crimes were aided by the local's access to state motor vehicle records. The president of Operating Engineers Local 17, Mark Kirsch, was among those charged with extortion and racketeering after a five-year investigation. The union, headquartered in Buffalo, operates in six western New York counties.

Explosion destroys Wis. church
Fire and police vehicles stand outside the still-burning ruins of the First Baptist Church Oconomowoc, Wis., after an explosion in the city's downtown demolished the church, damaged two nearby homes and injured at least five people in this Wednesday, April 2, 2008, file photo. A company doing road construction when an explosion destroyed a church and injured seven people has a history of safety violations with the federal government.

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