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Cloud-seeding program seeks to replenish water supplies.
Supreme Court rebuffs administration on detainees, four teens killed by Iowa tornado, and more.
To jolt the economy, the Federal Reserve is expected to lower interest rates on Wednesday.
In the end, prayers are about the only thing left after a deadly tornado.
As voters in Tennessee and Arkansas attempted to make their way to the polls Tuesday, tornadoes ripped through large swaths of their states and killed at least several dozen people. Ten more individuals died from the dangerous weather in Kentucky and Alabama. Several candidates acknowledged the tragedy in their speeches last night. Striking writers are expected to gather this weekend in Los Angeles and New York to discuss a possible settlement with Hollywood studios. The strike has now lasted for more than three months.
Increases in rainfall threaten to inundate reservoirs—and even fuel forest fires.
As he continues his tour of the Middle East, President Bush stopped in Saudi Arabia today to discuss Iran, Mideast peace, and democracy. Today was the first time the president had visited the kingdom, an ally of the United States, and he took the opportunity to announce to Congress plans to sell $20 billion in weapons to the Saudis. The announcement was timed to coincide with Bush's arrival in Saudi Arabia.
Lord, have mercy on your people, have mercy on us, and grant us rain. Oh , God, let rain fall on this land of Georgia . Those prostrate, beseeching words were spoken this morning by Methodist minister Gil Watson on the steps of the Georgia Capitol, in Atlanta.