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Ashcroft Hospitalized

Maybe Ashcroft and Cheeny could both be out of a second term Bush presidency?

WASHINGTON (CNN) - U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft is in the intensive care unit of a Washington hospital after being admitted Thursday night for gallstone pancreatitis, the Justice Department said Friday

Emergency room doctors determined Ashcroft was suffering from a severe case of gallstone pancreatitis, and he was admitted to intensive care for monitoring and treatment with antibiotics, the department said.

The condition occurs when a gallstone migrates from the gallbladder to the pancreas, causing a blockage. It can be extremely painful and sometimes dangerous but usually isn't life-threatening, said CNN medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta.


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Powell's been mulling retir... (Below threshold)

Powell's been mulling retirement, and Rod "Terrorists!" Paige may be convinced to make way for another stooge to rule the schools.




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