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Card Sharks: Low-Interest Credit Offers Bite Back
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Fee Fighters: States, Cities Declare War on ATMs
You're withdrawing money from an ATM once, but banks can charge you twice -- and that has consumer groups up in arms. Efforts to ban such surcharges have met with some success, but the banking industry is battling back.
"Partial Birth" Abortion, Total Confusion
One woman's difficult decision highlights the pitfalls of defining "partial birth" abortion.
Political Groups Cloak Agendas with Confusing Names
Who knows the difference between Public Concern Foundation and Citizen Alert?
On the Cybercouch: Despite Pitfalls, E-therapy's Popularity Grows
Therapy via the Internet is growing, but it's not right for everyone, and it may be detrimental, some experts say.
Russ Feingold: Mr. Good Government
A look at Sen. John McCain's partner in the battle against soft money.
No Mercy for Innocent Under New Death Penalty Law
"Hurricane" Carter got out, but for other innocent inmates, a new law means no second chances.
No Cable? Forget the Debates
Many Americans miss out on the democratic process because the networks won't air early debates, critics charge.
Let's Corporatize Our Candidates!
Why not cut to the chase and plaster all the presidential contenders with corporate logos?
Bush Backfire
President Bush's plans to insult Clinton in the '92 election could haunt his son.
Toke Two Hits and Call Me in the Morning
Despite marijuana's medicinal potential, the feds won't inhale, and states are left holding the bag.
Are Victims' Rights Wrong?
Would a federal amendment protect victims rights -- or result in judicial chaos?
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Should The U.S. Strike Targets In Somalia?
Should Congress Add A Prescription Drug Benefit For Seniors?
Is Congress Too Late To Pass An Economic Stimulus Package That Can Take The US Out Of Recession?
How Would You Rate President Bush's Job Performance In 2001?
Should Congress Ban Television Ads For Hard Liquor?
Is It Time For President Bush To Focus Less On The War And More On Other Domestic Concerns?
Should The Death Sentence For Mumia Abu-Jamal Be Reinstated?
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