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  • Once Bush publicly acknowledged the use of waterboarding in September 2006, she said, "Congress began to push back."

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  • "The label is wearing off. It's an old dress for my old grandma body," says Rep. Jane Harman, California Democrat, who told The Washington Times she is fond of rocking the same John Galliano body-hugging number she bought at Saks Jandel some 20 years ago.

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