I am voting in a church. I will pray that my vote gets counted this time.
"The polls show the presidential candidates in a dead heat. And in case of a tie, the presidency goes to the guy whose brother is governor of Florida." -- David Letterman
"Here's what's going to
happen at the White House: Every time a state is called for Bush, the twins will
do a shot."
-- David Letterman
Bin Laden says he wants to bankrupt America Chicago Sun Times
American Is Among Four Captives Seized in Baghdad Kidnapping New York Times
First British female soldier dies in Iraq Telegraph.co.uk
Iraq 'awash with unaccounted for weapons' Christian Science Monitor
A mess of missing ordnance U.S. News & World Report
IAEA Chief Presses North Korea, Iran on Nuclear Threat Chosun Ilbo, South Korea
think her parents are smart, you should talk to her."
-- Caroline Kennedy, describing Chelsea Clinton
Thyroid cancer keeps Rehnquist off the bench Duluth News Tribune, MN
IRS probes 60 tax-exempt groups Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, IN
U.S. Supreme Court says no to Kevorkian's appeal Detroit Free Press
“And it's amazing if you look at the electoral map right now, you can see that the Republicans control the entire South. Every state that had slavery is for George W. Bush." –- Douglas Brinkley, presidential historian
"In the last few days, it's really gotten vicious. Like today, the Bush campaign accused the Kerry campaign of distorting their deceptions." -- Jay Leno
Another Latin tilt to the left Sun-Sentinel.com
On this day in 1976, former Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter defeated Republican incumbent Gerald R. Ford, becoming the first U.S. president from the Deep South since the Civil War.
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hear from Washington is that trade is a win-win proposition. Then I look at our
growing trade deficit and think about the 3,400 good people in our good
factories that we had to let go, and I want someone to show me where we have
-- JOHN A. EMRICH, chief executive of Guilford Mills in Greensboro, N.C.
"You don't have a
chance to be president. You'll become president when the Red Sox win the World
-- a heckler to John Kerry, a year ago
Judge Partially Grants Sen. Daschle Request phillyburbs.com, PA
Native Americans Protest Flier Los Angeles Times
World Health Organization to Convene Special Flu Summit HealthCentral.com
Vaccine shortage points to global risk, experts say USATODAY.com
"Bush is so confident about the election. He's so confident he's going to win that he was campaigning in front of a 'Mission Accomplished' banner." -- David Letterman
"The Packers have done their part. This Tuesday, I'll do mine." -- Sen. John Kerry, after the Green Bay Packers defeated the Washington Redskins in a game that carried historic significance. In every election since 1936, when the Redskins lose their final home game before the election, the incumbent president's party loses the White House.
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On this day in 1948, President Harry Truman surprised the experts by being re-elected in a narrow upset over Republican challenger Thomas E. Dewey.
A salvage fish called "Weevers" (Trachinus) hides partially hidden in the sand as it waits for its next victim in the Mediterranean in Mugla, Turkey. (AFP/Tarik Tinazay)
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