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Former Virginia Gov. Mark Warner announces that
he will not ron for president in 2008 at a news con-
ference in Richmond, Va., yesterday.
WarneV.r bows out
* Former Va. governor says he
wants to spend more time with his
family, but won't rule out Senate run
RICHtt\fON7'D, Ara. (AP) - Demaocrat \vark R. Warner,
the former governor of Virginiat, has decided rnt to rem for
president in 2(0(8, setying he sainted "areal life' and feared
the inmpatct onatdratwn-ointleampaign on his family.
"This is the right tirte t6r mae in ray life ts hare a life
fear at little wvhile;" Watrter told reporters at a downtotwn
the tDemrocrat, 5t, sveoerd not rele ourt rurnning for the
Senate. tHe alseo left irpen the possihility of atfuture presi-
dential bid, burt econceded: "Things wsill proablhy never
he as aligned as they are right toss."
War net said hae arrived ar1 his derision over severarl
wreeks. I-I said neither his wife, Lisa Ceollis, nor his
daughters, ages 12, 15 and 16, discotrraged him fromr
runrninrg. In a wrritten statement, he said hee node the deci-
siora after ceelebrating his father's 81st birthday and taking
his oldest daueghter tin at college teour.
"I knerw these mraarments are never going to eome
agarn;' War net saidt "TPhis wseekend nade clear svhat I'd
been thrrnkrnarbottorliar nay veeks - that while politi-
cally thrsa eppers to he the right tirae for me In take the
plurnge, at thrs point I swant lt avne a rearl life.
rAnd wetvhe a-nce nay never came again, I
shln't Imorse lirrad errless I'm silirng to pert every-
thing else trnsife oritheIacback burerelcsaid.
Sitter Wa rnerltheag'oernor's ofhice in Jantrary, he
hers husily toerd key states in the Dernocratrc nornina-
titan prtocess, rnclurdrngrNess Harrpshireead Iowsa. IHis
politleatliornernmnttee, Alexarrdriar-hased Forwvarrd
iTogether, has rairsed rntney for Warmer's explotratory
effort and for other Denaocratic crandidates in this yearns
"This is net atchrire that tasonarde based on whether I
wtould win raa lose;' Warmer sadd in his statentent. "I can say
sith coraplete conviction tat 15 months out from the first
nrominationraconrtests,lI feetltsr woerld have had as good ashot
to he surccessfurl as any poterntial candidate in the field."
NEWS IN BRIEF .. .
UNITED NATIONS 0
Russia, China resist tough N.K. sanctions
Rurssia and China yesterday opposed tourgh satnctions the 1.8.twants tea impose
agairast 'Nrtha Korea this vveek for its clainmed nirclear test, satying tey swart time
ts wvork ouet atmotre rntderatle respoanse lt tyongytag's nurclearr brinkansharp.
sfteer several hourrs eof closed-deatr negiatitons lrte in the dary, Rtrssia and
China- the two Secerrity fCotrncil nartions clorsest teo Pyotngyarg - reptorted
The U.S. erasoy wats esen naore erpheat after the maeeting of the fise perrnanent
coetncil rrassadoars - the U.S., ('hirna, Rurssiar, Britain arrd l-ratrce - arrd the
Japanrese arnhassadtor, who is tlais rmonth's crrencil presiderat.
"We haersemaede sery surhstarntial proagressU, 1.S. AmbhassardtrJahn Bltorn
told reporters. "I don'tsvarat to say ste've reached agreement yet, berttmany,
rmany of thae sigrificant differences hate been closed, very rarrch to tour sat-
isfactrion," he satrd.
Investigators search high-rise for plane parts
Investigatrs and workers in hard hats gathered urp the scorched pieces tof Nets York
Yankee Cory Lidle's shattered plane al a luxerry high-rise yesterday in a floor-by-fleoor
sweep fearelites to wvhy the arcraft crashted.
The pitcher and his flight instructor svere killed when their plane slammed into the
41-story condorniimn totser Wednesday.
C'rewvs recovered the nose, wings, tall and irnstrurrent panel of the plane along with
a htand-held GPS desire as they ceandercted an exhaustive searcha ef the heuilding -
inspecting evera terrmees and ledges, sald National Tmansportatiora Safety Board mern-
her Debbie Hlersmaan.
Men ira hard hats lifted pieces of svreckage froma the street arad plerced thear neatly on
at silver-coloered tarp in thte bed of a pickurp truck. Neighborhood children gathered to
gatsk at the jagged and twitted ractal, glare shards, and chanred tsing and doaor.
NICKEL MINES, Pa.'
Demolition crews raze Amish schoolhouse
Ten days after the A mish schoolhouse shootings, a dernoliltion crew ursrng heavy
equipnment tore doswn the boodstalned building yesterday and obliteraled nearly alt
traces of the place tshere five girlstsere killed.
Onray a bare patch of earth was left behind, arad it was planted with grass seed, so
that eventually even the footprint of the one-room schoaolhouse will be gone, too.
Arty kind of plaque ear memorial is urnlikely. Members taf the plaln-living Arnish.
comartenity said it woutld be too showy and wvould attract too many visitors.
"They do neat want to make it a tourist attraction,' said the 27-year-old brother of
twor of thae 15 boys sent out tat the schoolhouse by the gunman before the sheooting.
Former Foley aide reaffirms claims for panel
Forrner Rep. Mark Foley's one-time alde didn't water yesterday fromr his contention
thant he told the IlInese Speaker's chief of staff at least three years ago about Foley's
approaches to male poges, the witness's lawyer sald.
Kirk Fordhaina woeuld not comment after emerging froma newrly fire hourrs of dinsed-
door testinaony befoare the House ethics committee, but his lawyer, Timothy Hleaphy,
said Fordharn twas "cransistent in his accoutms"' Fordham has spoken ouet purblicly on his
timneline and was qtuestioned by the FBI.
Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-lll1.) has sald he leamned of inappropriate approaches by
Foley in late Septemaberarad his aldes found out in the fall of 2005. Hastert's chief of staff,
Scott 1'al fnerhas denied that Fordham contacted hirm al least three years ageo ontradict-
ing lordhamn and creating one o the majorr conflicts the commiltee mtust resolve.
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