Required Reading: May 4, 2006

Thursday, May 04, 2006 - 09:21 AM

In which: Moussaoui dodges death penalty, Greenpoint developers fight over burnt building site, New York State pushes for DNA criminal database, post office pushes "forever stamp", and Americans signal they're not ready for a female president - at least in TV land

Moussaoui Sentenced to Life for Role in 9/11 Plot (Washington Post)

Two Developers Are Set To Fight Over Blaze Site (NY Sun)

New York State Draws Nearer to Collecting DNA in All Crimes (NY Times)

Post Office Hopes Idea of 'Forever Stamp' Sticks (Washington Post)

ABC pulls 'Commander in Chief' (UPI)


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