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State Universites Asked to Cut costs

Posted: 07/22/2008 - Kansas' six regents' universities are asked to cut spending as the state braces for a tax revenue shortfall. Gov. Sebelius has asked all state agencies to trim spending by 2 percent; state wants Regents to cut seven percent.

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Attack Near Obama's Jerusalem Hotel Injures 5

Updated: 07/22/2008 - Driver of backhoe tore through several vehicles in, including a bus, in downtown Jerusalem Tuesday before being shot by an Israeli border patrolman and a civilian.

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Obama Spends Less in June, Saves Resources

Posted: 07/21/2008 - Barack Obama's army of small-dollar donors gave his presidential campaign its biggest boost in June, contributing more than $30 million in individual sums of $200 or less.

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McCain Insists He Was right, Obama Wrong on Iraq

Posted: 07/21/2008 - Republican John McCain worked on Monday to wrestle the spotlight from rival Barack Obama's tour of Iraq by insisting he was right and the Democrat was wrong about the war and releasing a new critical ad blaming higher gas prices on his opponent.

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Slattery Airing First TV Ads

Posted: 07/21/2008 - Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, Jim Slattery, announced Monday he'll air the first television ads in his campaign Tuesday. Incumbent Republican Sen. Pat Roberts has been airing ads around the state for a few weeks.

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Shawnee County DA Race Heats Up

Updated: 07/21/2008 - The Republican primary race for Shawnee County District Attorney heats up after hopeful Eric Rucker holds a news conference near the Shawnee County Courthouse Monday morning.

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Evolution Could Swing with November Election

Posted: 07/21/2008 - Three moderates are not seeking reelection to the Kansas State Board of Education. That brings potential for a swing back to a conservative majority, which twice previously approved science standards deemphasizing evolution.

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Kline Becomes Issue in Shawnee Co. DA Race

Posted: 07/21/2008 - Incumbent Robert Hecht identifies his opponent Eric Rucker with the Johnson Co. District Atty., under whom Rucker served twice, calling the pair "a most dangerous duo" in a fundraising letter.

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Iraq Sees Hope of Withdrawal by 2010

Posted: 07/21/2008 - Iraqi spokesperson says that while his government does not support a fixed date for U.S. troop withdrawal, it does believe American forces could leave by 2010, a timeframe that corresponds with Sen. Obama's withdrawal plan, who arrived in Iraq Monday.

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Obama Expected to Meet With Commanders of Iraq war

Posted: 07/20/2008 - Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama's visit to Iraq for talks with commanders of a war he long opposed follows the prime minister's apparent endorsement of his troop withdrawal plan and a shift by the White House away from refusing to discuss that option.

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Giuliani Takes McCain Out to the Ballgame

Posted: 07/20/2008 - With Democrat Barack Obama on the other side of the planet, Republican presidential candidate John McCain stayed closer to home Sunday, visiting Yankee Stadium with former Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

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DA Race Heats Up Over Controversial Postcards

Posted: 07/18/2008 - The mailers attack current Shawnee County District Attorney Robert Hecht. Three candidates say they are coming from a Johnson County group, and question why people from Olathe are involved in a Shawnee County election.

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McCain TV Ad Accuses Obama of Shifting Iraq Views

Posted: 07/18/2008 - Republican John McCain launched a new television ad Friday that accuses presidential rival Barack Obama of switching positions on Iraq "to help himself become president" just as the Democratic candidate prepared to make a high profile trip to Baghdad.

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Poll: McCain's Backers Less Fired Up Than Obama's

Posted: 07/18/2008 - While overall interest in the presidential campaign has swelled since last fall, backers of Barack Obama are more fired up and express more loyalty to their candidate than McCain's do, a poll by The Associated Press and Yahoo News showed Friday. In addition, individual groups backing Obama — African-Americans, Democrats and liberals — are more enthusiastic than whites, Republicans and conservatives, who are more aligned with McCain, the GOP senator from Arizona.

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Sebelius, Hensley Try to Oust Dem. Senator

Posted: 07/18/2008 - Gov. Kathleen Sebelius and Senate Democratic Leader Anthony Hensley are working to defeat an incumbent State Senator Mark Gilstrap by supporting primary challenger Kelly Kutala

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Mandela's B-Day Message: Rich Should Help Poor

Posted: 07/18/2008 - The Nobel Prize laureate and first democratically-elected president of South Africa was jailed for three decades for his anti-Apartheid activism, before being released in 1990

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Gore Sets Energy Goal for Next President to Heed

Posted: 07/17/2008 - The Nobel Prize-winning former vice president said fellow Democrat Barack Obama and Republican rival John McCain are "way ahead" of most politicians in the fight against global climate change.

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Obama Raises $52 Million in June

Posted: 07/17/2008 - Despite posting his second-best fundraising total of the year, the presumptive Democratic nominee's cash on hand still lags behind his Republican counterpart, John McCain, when each candidate's cash is combined with his respective parties.

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Senate Agrees to Triple Anti-AIDS Funding

Posted: 07/16/2008 - The Senate voted Wednesday to triple spending for a much-acclaimed program that has treated and protected millions in Africa and elsewhere from the scourges of AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis.

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Kan. Legislators to Study Rising Gasoline Prices

Posted: 07/16/2008 - Kansas lawmakers will address the problem of high gas prices when the Special Committee on Energy and Environmental Policy meets later this year to make sure the state isn't doing anything that would make the matter worse.

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House deals blow to proposed Mass. LNG terminal

Posted: 07/16/2008 - The House has approved a bill extending environmental protection to the lower Taunton River in Massachusetts, dealing a blow to developers who want to build a liquefied natural gas terminal along an industrialized stretch of riverbank.

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New Shawnee Co. Ballots Sent Out

Updated: 07/16/2008 - Voters can soon begin voting in the August elections. Advance ballots were being mailed Wednesday. Voters in Shawnee County will see a different look on their ballots.

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Bush Claims Executive Privilege on CIA Leak

Posted: 07/16/2008 - President Bush has asserted executive privilege to prevent Attorney General Michael Mukasey from having to comply with a House panel subpoena for material on the leak of CIA operative Valerie Plame's identity.

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