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25/02/2008 - 00:49

USA today Editoweb, 25 feb. 2008



Nader announces run for president - Obama hits Clinton on NAFTA support - Creole craftsman helps rebuild N.O. - Feds to N.J. town: You gotta move cats - Oscars arrive in a relieved Hollywood.



Nader announces run for president
Ralph Nader on Sunday announced a fresh bid for the White House, criticizing the top contenders as too close to big business and dismissing the possibility that his third-party candidacy could tip the election to Republicans.
The longtime consumer advocate is still loathed by many Democrats who accuse him of costing Al Gore the 2000 election.

Obama hits Clinton on NAFTA support
Barack Obama accused Democratic presidential rival Hillary Rodham Clinton on Sunday of trying to walk away from a long record of support for NAFTA, the free trade agreement that he said has cost 50,000 jobs in Ohio, site of next week's primary.
At the same time, he said attempts to repeal the trade deal "would probably result in more job losses than job gains in the United States."

Creole craftsman helps rebuild N.O.
Smiling with satisfaction, Earl Barthe pushes back his wide-brimmed hat and runs his eyes over the intricate plaster trim of the Luling Mansion.
He's sure his family helped form the room's original decorations, elaborate patterns on the ceilings and even likenesses of the first owner's daughter, who died of yellow fever.
Today, Barthe (pronounced bar-THAY) is busy restoring the 165-year-old building.

Feds to N.J. town: You gotta move cats
Suspected by the feds of a few killings, Cape May's feral felines were all set to start new lives far from where endangered shorebirds nest.
Then howls from the cats' backers persuaded the Cape May City Council to back down on the relocation plan and risk losing millions of dollars in federal sand replenishment.
In this historic beach community, where both cats and birds are wildly popular, the debate is more than the love of fur versus feather.

Oscars arrive in a relieved Hollywood
Even buckets of rain couldn't put a serious damper on Hollywood's glitziest show of the year.
As rain fell throughout much of the day, thousands of fans packed the bleachers and streets around the Kodak Theatre, hoping to catch a glimpse of Hollywood's biggest stars as they arrived for Sunday's 80th annual Academy Awards.
The rain, often heavy, arrived hours before the stars did, drenching fans on Hollywood Boulevard. But the red carpet remained dry under a hastily erected tent, as did the bleachers where people lucky enough to win tickets by lottery sat waiting to cheer on their favorite stars.

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