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The Pentagon on Thursday announced a series of sharp cuts in defense spending over the next five years.
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Ben Conery is a member of the investigative team covering the Supreme Court and legal affairs. Prior to coming to The Washington Times in 2008, Mr. Conery covered criminal justice and legal affairs for daily newspapers in Connecticut and Massachusetts. He was a 2006 recipient of the New England Newspaper Association's Publick Occurrences Award for a series of articles about a Kansas man whose odyssey of deceit and murder could have been cut short with a routine arrest in a small Connecticut town.
2 Md. employees hurt by mailed packages
Two packages mailed to Maryland state office buildings — one of which was addressed to Gov. Martin O'Malley — detonated Thursday, emitting smoke, a foul odor and sparking a sprawling multiagency investigation aimed at identifying the culprit. Published January 6 2011
Commerce Clause at center of battle over health reform
Published December 29 2010
Removal order for crosses on memorials stays
Published December 23 2010
N.C. city's bid for nonpartisan vote nixed
Published December 21 2010
Justices to hear Wal-Mart appeal of plaintiffs' class-action status
Published December 6 2010
High court debates overpopulation in California prisons
Published November 30 2010
Court to ponder Arizona election funding
Published November 29 2010
Levy's mother appreciates 'peace' question
Published November 22 2010
Salvadoran guilty in Levy killing
updated 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Published November 22 2010
Gitmo detainee convicted of 1 charge
Published November 17 2010
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WikiLeaks: U.S. demanding our Twitter account info
By Raphael G. Satter - Associated Press
U.S. officials have issued a subpoena to demand details about WikiLeaks' Twitter account, according to court documents obtained Saturday. WikiLeaks says other American Internet companies may also have been ordered to hand over information about its activities. Published 4:15 a.m. January 8, 2011
Fiery package addressed to Homeland Security chief
By Ben Nuckols and Jessica Gresko - Associated Press
updated 3 hours, 7 minutes ago
First, fiery packages sent to top officials in Maryland were opened, revealing an angry message complaining of the state's terrorism tip line. Then, a mailing addressed to the nation's homeland security chief ignited with a similar flash of fire and smoke at a D.C. postal processing facility. Published 4:55 p.m. January 7, 2011
Sperling replaces Summers as top Obama economic aide
By Kara Rowland - The Washington Times
In his second major staffing announcement of the week, President Obama on Friday said he's tapping another former Clinton administration official to head his National Economic Council. Published 12:11 p.m. January 7, 2011
14 headless bodies found in Mexico resort city World
Magliocchetti sentenced for illegal campaign contributions TWT  National
House takes first step toward health care repealPolitics
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