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January 13, 2009
With rare public emotion, George W. Bush sat in judgment on his controversial, consequential presidency yesterday, lamenting mistakes but claiming few as his own, heatedly defending his record in Iraq and at home and offering kindly advice to a successor who won largely because the nation ached for something new.
Acting at Barack Obama's behest, President Bush asked Congress yesterday for the final $350 billion in the financial bailout fund, effectively ceding economic reins to the president-elect in an extraordinary display of transition teamwork.
San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders “tweets” on Twitter, or rather his staff
is doing it on his behalf, sending out short messages about water
conservation or his upcoming State of the City address. Councilman Carl
DeMaio promotes causes on Facebook and YouTube. DeMaio's colleague,
Councilman Todd Gloria, invited people via MySpace to join him on a
march to City Hall for his swearing-in last month, and 150 people
Fluff up the pillows and pull up the covers. Preventing the common cold might be as easy as getting more sleep. Researchers paid healthy adults $800 to have cold viruses sprayed up their noses, then wait five days in a hotel to see if they got sick. Habitual eight-hour sleepers were much less likely to get sick than those who slept less than seven hours or slept fitfully.
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