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Lawyers for five Guantanamo Bay prisoners who face charges stemming from the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks have accused the government of eavesdropping on private attorney-client conversations.
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President Obama appealed for "comity" Thursday morning at the National Prayer Breakfast, exhorting the country's leaders to rise above partisan politics and come together to solve problems. By afternoon, he was rallying fellow Democrats, challenging Republicans to a public duel over raising taxes to solve the nation's budget woes, and promising to lead the charge to restore Nancy Pelosi to her former post as speaker of the House.
Garlon Green dreamed of a victory over Kansas long before he played for TCU.