Saturday, November 19, 2005

edited by Victor Cuvo

T.O. in limbo as arbitration begins
Decision on his suspension probably won't come down for several days.

12-year-old boy charged with murder
A 12-year-old boy was charged with first-degree murder Friday after he allegedly pulled out a handgun and shot a man four times during a street dice game in the pre-dawn hours on Chicago's Far South Side last Sunday.

Love Field locked down after threat



Tattoos sometimes make crime suspects stand out

Migrant death toll hits record
A record 473 migrants died in the last year while crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, the most since the U.S. Border Patrol began tracking such deaths in 1999.

Wal-Mart Films Are Latest Front In Battle Over Lean Retail Giant

House divided against itself over Iraq war WASHINGTON - Republicans and Democrats shouted, howled and slung vicious insults on the House floor Friday as a debate over whether to withdraw American troops from Iraq descended into a vitriolic fury over President George W. Bush's handling of the war and a leading Democrat's call to bring the troops home. [...MORE]

Actor Robert Blake waits for the jury's verdict outside Burbank Courthouse on Friday. [Full Story] (Nick Ut / Associated Press)

Fourth Potter film may be best one yet

Michael Gambon is Albus Dumbledore, headmaster at Hogwarts, in “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.”

Warner Bros. photos

After a stoic, monosyllabic courtroom performance, Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe flew the coop yesterday - a free man after being awarded a stay-out-of-jail plea deal.

Call 'em Match.con is being accused of sending ringers on fake dates with lonely hearts to keep them from dumping the service.

Iraq War Criticism Stalks Bush Overseas

House Rejects Troop Withdrawal
Robert B. Bluey, The Right Angle

Human Events Asks Senators:
Did Tenet Mislead Congress on Iraq Intel?

Amanda B. Carpenter, Human Events