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20/01/2008 - 23:46

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GOP presidential race turns to Florida - Democrats concerned: Party hopes machines ready for Saturday - Wall Street braces for more volatility - New generation of homeless vets emerges - Barge hits sunken warship replica in La.



GOP presidential race turns to Florida
The Republican presidential race turned to Florida on Sunday, ever more chaotic and contentious as four candidates began a 10-day sprint to win the state and momentum heading into the de facto national primary next month.
A fifth candidate, Fred Thompson, weighed the future of his bid after a disappointing third-place finish in South Carolina.

Democrats concerned: Party hopes machines ready for Saturday
As members of an opposing party, Democrats may have a natural tendency to titter at the Republicans' misfortunes, but in this case local Democrats are truly concerned, said Sally Howard, a former chairwoman of the Horry County Democratic Party. "These are the same voting machines we're supposed to use a week from now," Howard said.

Wall Street braces for more volatility
With Wall Street falling precipitously almost by the day, investors are asking what it will take to revive it. Market experts are increasingly coming to the same answer: Time.
There is no piece of economic data, no corporate earnings report, no move by the Federal Reserve and no government tax plan that will be able to soothe the market's anxiety in the next couple weeks over the weakening economy.

New generation of homeless vets emerges
Peter Mohan traces the path from the Iraqi battlefield to this lifeless conference room, where he sits in a kilt and a Camp Kill Yourself T-shirt and calmly describes how he became a sad cliche: a homeless veteran.
There was a happy homecoming, but then an accident — car crash, broken collarbone. And then a move east, close to his wife's new job but away from his best friends.

Barge hits sunken warship replica in La.
A towboat ran into the sunken wreckage of a replica 17th-century warship in the Mississippi River, forcing the Coast Guard to shut down a 10-mile stretch of the river.
The wreckage of Le Pelican punched a hole that pierced three fuel tanks on the towboat Senator Stennis on Saturday, spilling about 30 gallons of diesel fuel into the river, according to a Coast Guard statement.

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