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The Democratic-led House Judiciary Committee voted Tuesday to authorize its subpoena of David Addington, Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, in a probe of possible US torture of suspected terrorists. Addington, who claimed he was immune from testifying, is one of several lawyers thought to have played a key role in crafting interrogation policies.

The Bush administration issued its final court-ordered plans Monday for boosting Pacific Northwest salmon survival along the Columbia and Snake rivers, outlining plans for dam modifications, predator-control strategies, and improved hatchery operations.

Nearly two-thirds of banks surveyed by the Federal Reserve in April reported tightening lending standards on home mortgages, with 15 percent saying those standards had been tightened considerably.


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