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Monday, March 10, 2008

Daily News Brief - OneNewsNow.com

The Barack Obama campaign is calling on Hillary Clinton to explain what it believes were "derogatory" statements she made about the state of Mississippi, which holds its Democratic presidential primary tomorrow.

Home schooling parents are reacting to a recent California appellate court decision outlawing the practice.

Elaine Donnelly, president of the Center for Military Readiness, does not think marching in a so-called "gay-pride parade" is a proper venue for the president of the United States.

An official with the Institute on Religion and Democracy says it's time for the United Methodist Church to tackle the issue of whether having a sex-change operation is appropriate for a minister.

Senator Jeff Sessions is hailing a controversial decision by the Air Force to award a $35 billion refueling tanker contract to a French firm and its U.S. partner Northrop Grumman.