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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – April 28, 2005

Congress debating a compromise budget plan that would open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling…..senate opponents won’t be able to use the filibuster to kill the plan….

President Bush with a rare prime time press conference….in his opening remarks Bush pushes congress to pass his energy bill and to overhaul Social Security, including partial privatization

A former army translator at Guantanamo Bay says officials there staged interrogations to impress visiting politicians and generals

The first teach-in on torture at U.C. Berkeley today

Iraq finally has a new government

Mexico city’s mayor will be able to run in next year’s presidential election

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