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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Diaz
Junot (JOO'-noh) Diaz's "This Is How You Lose Her" is among three finalists for a $20,000 prize for short story collections.
No criminal charges will be filed against a Laurel Police officer who was videotaped striking a handcuffed man in the face as the man was arrested this summer, Laurel officials said Tuesday.
A videotape that surfaced this week of a man being struck in the face by a Laurel police officer while handcuffed has spawned a $3 million lawsuit and an investigation by the Prince George's County State's Attorney's Office.
"He held it back for two-and-a-half years of his administration," Mr. Diaz-Balart said. "In agriculture sales alone to Colombia, we lost over a billion dollars. It's ironic that now this president is out there trying to take credit for something that he frankly held back, was not supportive of and something that was obviously initiated by President Bush."