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Senator pledges to advance anti-discrimination bill

Sen. Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn., committed to moving a federal anti-discrimination bill out of committee and onto the Senate floor after meeting with the Rev. Al Sharpton and a group of federal employees Tuesday afternoon.

Senators blast Bush competitive sourcing plan

A bipartisan group of senators assailed a Bush administration plan to let private firms bid on thousands of federal jobs Wednesday, saying the measure could hamper federal recruiting efforts and weaken the civil service.

Truth be told

The leak about a ministry of truth at the Pentagon was a huge favor for all Americans.

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