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23/12/2007 - 00:06

USA today, Editoweb 22 dec 2007


Mustangs patrol U.S.-Canada border - General Assembly approves UN budget - Judge: Prison or 2nd chance for teen - CIA obstructed 9/11 investigators: report - Clinton, Obama seek to lock in key votes before Christmas.



Clinton, Obama seek to lock in key votes before Christmas
Democratic rivals Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama battled Saturday to lock in votes in key states for the 2008 presidential nominations before the Christmas-New Year holiday.
Braving snow and subfreezing temperatures in Iowa -- where Obama kept up a hectic schedule of appearances -- and in New Hampshire, where Clinton met with a group of women early Saturday -- both tried to win over voters one by one to gain an edge.

CIA obstructed 9/11 investigators: report
The CIA obstructed an official US commission investigating the September 11 attacks by withholding tapes of interrogations of Al-Qaeda operatives, according to former panel members quoted in a report on Saturday.

Judge: Prison or 2nd chance for teen
The boy before Judge Kenneth Biehn was quiet and withdrawn, an asthmatic whose mother used and sold crack cocaine and whose father was doing time for robbery. At just 14, Kareem Watts stood accused of his own, much more horrific crime: Stabbing to death a neighbor who disrespected his mother.

General Assembly approves UN budget
The General Assembly approved a two-year U.N. budget of $4.17 billion Saturday, with the United States casting the only "no" vote because of objections to funding for a follow-up to conference it considered anti-Israel.

Mustangs patrol U.S.-Canada border
The mustangs are among a dozen the Border Patrol's Spokane Sector has bought to patrol a 308-mile-long section of the U.S.-Canadian border from the crest of the Cascade Range in Washington state to the Continental Divide in Montana.
"These horses are truly American. They are a product that's unique to the United States and we are putting them in a position to help us protect the U.S.," Pinkerton said. "There's something inherently right in doing that."

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