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The KPFA Evening News - May 13, 2005 at 6:00pm
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger unveils a revised budget plan with nearly four billion dollars of unanticipated revenue that will be used to pay down debt, improve highways and restore some cuts from ...
The KPFA Evening News - May 12, 2005 at 6:00pm
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee votes along party lines to send president Bush's controversial nomination for United Nations ambassador to the full senate...but its without a recommendation ...
The KPFA Evening News - May 11, 2005 at 6:00pm
Dozens of Iraqis are killed and more than 160 wounded in a series of bloody bombings across Iraq...today's carnage brings to more than 400 the number of deaths in the past two weeks...
The KPFA Evening News - May 10, 2005 at 6:00pm
The U.S. Senate unanimously approves president Bush's 82 billion dollar funding bill for the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq....the approval comes as hundreds of marines continue a push through western...
The KPFA Evening News - May 9, 2005 at 6:00pm
Hundreds of U.S. troops backed by helicopter gunships and warplanes launch a major offensive on remote Iraqi desert villages near the Syrian border... Dozens of U.S. Lawmakers call on president Bush to come clean about a reported pre-war deal with British prime minister Tony Blair to invade Iraq... Senate democratic leader Harry Reid offers another compromise proposal to head off a historic congressional clash over president Bush's judicial nominees, that could result in outlawing the filibuster In San Francisco, civil rights leaders call for the defeat of African American judicial nominee Janice Rogers Brown, a current member of the California supreme court... Labor unions representing BART workers warn against proposed cuts in the BART workforce... A San Jose civil rights coalition urges the police department to stop using tasers
The KPFA Evening News - May 6, 2005 at 6:00pm
British prime minister Tony Blair leads his Labor Party to an unprecedented third straight electoral victory but the anti-war vote cuts his majority in parliament from 161 seats to just 66.....it ...
The KPFA Evening News - May 4, 2005 at 6:00pm
Governor Schwarzenegger submits signatures for the first of three ballot measures he may put before voters in a 70 million dollar special election next fall...the initiative would lengthen the time it...
The KPFA Evening News - May 3, 2005 at 6:00pm
Iraq's new government is sworn into office....but it's still not complete.....five ministers are temporary and two deputy prime minister posts are still vacant.....meanwhile the violence accompanying ...
The KPFA Evening News - May 2, 2005 at 6:00pm
Private Lynndie England pleads guilty to mistreating prisoners at Abu Ghraib...she'll be sentenced tomorrow.... an ACLU attorney says the focus on England obscures the issue of command responsibility...