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Bush enters final two years with subdued tone

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush, bearing the weight of six years in office, down in the polls and under fire from all sides, is kicking off his last two years in office with a subdued, more humble tone.

World

Bush brought subdued tone to State of Union

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush, bearing the weight of six years in office, down in the polls and under fire from all sides, is kicking off his last two years in office with a subdued, more humble tone.

World

Bill Clinton a looming force in Hillary's race

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - If Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton runs for the White House in 2008 as expected, her biggest strategic decision will be how to use one of her most powerful campaign resources -- her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

Community

‘Home’ is where Hew’s heart is

B>L/B>OSING his father at an early age has opened the heart of businessman Hew Hock Hin to charity work.

World

FACTBOX - Strongmen brought low in history

REUTERS - A verdict and sentence are due on Sunday in a case against former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein for crimes against humanity for the killing of 148 Shi'ite men after a 1982 assassination attempt against him in the town of Dujail.

World

Politicians beware - Internet prolongs blunders

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In the Internet age, political blunders never die. They don't even fade away.

World

Politicians beware - Internet prolongs blunders

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In the Internet age, political blunders never die. They don't even fade away.

World

Bush anti-terror message stalled by sex scandal

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush's campaign strategy of painting Democrats as soft on terrorism has been stalled by a congressional sex scandal, jeopardizing Republican hopes of holding the House of Representatives, analysts say.

World

Bush anti-terror message stalled by sex scandal

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush's campaign strategy of painting Democrats as soft on terrorism has been stalled by a congressional sex scandal, jeopardizing Republican hopes of holding the House of Representatives, analysts say.

Education

Grants for UK study

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