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President George W. Bush will promote a constitutional ban on gay marriage on the eve of a Senate vote next week, weighing in on an issue that could rally his wavering conservative base in an election year.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian art dealer bought 26 letters written by French philosopher and satirist Voltaire to Catherine the Great for a mystery buyer, a local paper reported on Thursday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush on Thursday ordered records seized from Louisiana Democratic Rep. William Jefferson's office to be sealed for 45 days in order to work out a dispute over the documents with the U.S. Congress.
By Andy Sullivan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Leaders of both parties on Capitol Hill accused the FBI on Tuesday of overstepping constitutional boundaries designed to protect Congress when it raided a Democratic lawmaker's office over the weekend.
By Jeremy Pelofsky WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission will not pursue complaints about a spy agency's access to millions of telephone records because it cannot obtain classified material, the FCC's chairman said in a letter released on Tuesday. Rep.
By Deepa Babington NEW YORK (Reuters) - Exxon Mobil Corp. in a report said it cut oil and other spills by 20 percent last year to the lowest level in its history, touting its environmental record as it works to shake off its corporate villain image.
By Gene Cherry DURHAM, North Carolina (Reuters) - Justin Gatlin wants the 100 metres world record to himself. The Olympic and world champion also wants the IAAF to take another look at the timing picture of his race in Doha last Friday that was announced as a world-record 9.76 seconds.
PARIS (Reuters) - Justin Gatlin's 100 meters world record of 9.76 seconds has been corrected to 9.77, equaling the previous mark, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) said on Wednesday.
Justin Gatlin's agent questioned the delay in correcting the U.S. sprinter's 100 meters world record and said it would motivate him to run faster.
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