The Great U Turn
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Iraqi cleric Moqtada al-Sadr maintained his defiant stance against the U.S. as intense fighting in Sadr City and Najaf claimed more lives this weekend, including that of a Sadr relative and supporter, Riyad al-Nuri.
Bush now says he welcomes a hearing on domestic spying—while again warning Americans to watch what they say. | story
My enemy’s enemy was my friend. . . . In the early 1980s, the U.S. was shaking hands with Saddam Hussein after he had committed crimes for which he’s now on trial.
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