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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays - August 3, 2004

The Bush Administration admits the decision to issue the terrror alert in New York and Washington was based largely on three and four year old information .....but Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge insists the threat is still real and denies any political motive in ordering the massive new security

Members of Congress say President Bush's proposal for a National Intelligence Director doesn't go far enough. . .. .testimony before two Congressional committees calls for the position to be given more power. ...civil liberties advocates are concerned

Insurgents kill seven Iraqi security personnel and the U.S. military announces the deaths of six more American soldiers

A massive effort to reorganize California's government gets underway as the Califronia Performance Review presents Governor Schwarzenegger with its twenty five hundred page report

A walkout at Alameda County medical facilities as workers contest the elimination of 300 jobs at the Alameda County Medical Center

Oakland officials hail the shut down of a liquor store under the City's new nuisance abatement law

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