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Bush Facing Rancor Over U.S. Port Security

President Bush still faces bipartisan rancor in Congress over terrorism vulnerabilities at American ports even though an election-year veto battle over a Dubai-owned company’s U.S. port plans has been defused. The announcement Thursday by DP World that it would transfer six U.S. port operations to a U.S. entity avoided a potential showdown with the Republican-controlled Congress. Yet the larger issue highlighted by the DP world controversy — U.S. port security — shows no signs of going away. Full Story

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