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26/01/2008 - 22:57

USA today Editoweb, 26 jan. 2008

Obama, Clinton face off in SC primary - McCain: Romney favored Iraq withdrawal - Rebates could be in your hands by May - Defunct spy satellite falling from orbit - 'Do Not Deliver' list would bar papers.



Obama, Clinton face off in SC primary
Democratic presidential rivals Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton collided Saturday in a racially charged South Carolina primary, prelude to the Feb. 5 coast-to-coast competition for more than 1,600 national convention delegates. Former Sen. John Edwards was the third contender on the ballot, hoping to benefit from the acrimony between the other two.

McCain: Romney favored Iraq withdrawal
John McCain accused Mitt Romney of wanting to withdraw troops from Iraq, drawing immediate protest from his Republican presidential rival who said: "That's simply wrong and it's dishonest, and he should apologize."

Rebates could be in your hands by May
Most taxpayers could expect a rebate of up to $600 starting in mid-May under the economic aid plan set to go through Congress within weeks.
Couples could get twice as much, with even more for most families with children. All that, however, depends on smooth sailing at the Internal Revenue Service, and the agency already is up to its eyeballs in filings and refunds.

Defunct spy satellite falling from orbit
A large U.S. spy satellite has lost power and propulsion and could hit the Earth in late February or March, government officials said Saturday.
The satellite, which no longer can be controlled, could contain hazardous materials, and it is unknown where on the planet it might come down, they said. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because the information is classified as secret.

'Do Not Deliver' list would bar papers
Connie Finch doesn't read a newspaper, but she picks up plenty each morning. At least one free newspaper is dropped at the end of her driveway each day, and she picks up more newspapers left by her neighbors.
All of them end up in the garbage.
"We're not asking for it," Finch said. "And it's just littering our streets."

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