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October 18, 2001

  • Members of Congress Disappointed with Decision to Shut Down House
  • March 07, 2001

  • Navy Court of Inquiry Hears Testimonies Regarding Hawaii Collision
  • March 02, 2001

  • 'The Sopranos' Third Season Scheduled to Begin Sunday
  • Will Labor Problems Snarl Air Traffic?
  • Planned Destruction of Buddha Monuments Causes Worldwide Controversy
  • Reality TV a Little Too Real
  • `Last Great Race on Earth' to Begin Tomorrow in Alaska
  • Jerry Fisher Discusses His Hand Transplant
  • Ask CNN: What Are the Reasons for Which a Person Can Plead the Fifth Amendment?
  • Napster Agrees to Screen for Copyrighted Material
  • Delta Pilots Threaten to Strike
  • Seattle Returning to Normal After Quake
  • Foot and Mouth Disease in Europe Causes Cancellations
  • Dominic Chianese Discusses 'The Sopranos'
  • Scientists Work to Restore Civil War-Era Submarine
  • Seattle Earthquake Damages Area's Major Airport
  • Alaskan Iditarod Set to Begin Tomorrow
  • Afghani Taleban Plans to Destroy Centuries-Old Buddhas
  • NASA Scraps Plan for X-33 to Replace Space Shuttle
  • Labor Disputes Brewing at Large U.S. Airlines
  • Washington Assesses Earthquake Damage
  • Legal or Not, Music Sharing Technology Becoming Better, More Common
  • Britain Up in Arms Over Foot-And-Mouth Disease; Major Sporting Events Canceled as Precaution
  • Delta Pilots Edge Closer to Strike as Contract Talks Stall
  • March 01, 2001

  • President Bush Speaks at Rally in Atlanta
  • Seattle Earthquake Could Have Been Worse
  • Clinton Pardons: Is Taking the Fifth a Crime?
  • Clinton Pardons: Former White House Staff Members, Counsel Provide No Evidence; Dozoretz Pleads Fifth
  • February 28, 2001

  • Arizona Woman Has Baseball Worth Thousands
  • Mother of Canadian "Miracle Baby" Speaks Out
  • Illinois Governor Ryan Discusses Seven-Mile Ice Block Jamming River
  • Fear of Foot-and-Mouth Disease Spreading in Europe
  • Philadelphia Bar Manager Discusses Mardi Gras Disturbance
  • What Does the Public Think of Bush Tax Cut Plan?
  • The First 100 Days: Debate Intensifies Over Tax Cut; House Hearings to Begin Over Alleged FBI Spy
  • 'Business Week' Reporter Interprets 'Green-Speak,' Following Greenspan Address to Congress
  • February 27, 2001

  • Ruling Assures EPA Can Set Clean Air Standards
  • Ryan Gosling Shines at Sundance
  • Supreme Court Considers Separation of Church of State in Public Schools
  • Bush Enjoys Solid Job Approval Rating, Poll Says
  • Customs Discovers Tunnel Used for Drug Smuggling in Arizona
  • What Is the Biggest Challenge Facing President Bush Tonight?
  • Livestock Disease Spreads in Britain
  • Pitt, Roberts Shine in 'The Mexican'
  • Bush To Unveil $1.6 trillion Tax Cut Plan
  • Microsoft Appeal: Company Cites Bias in Judge's Comments
  • Plunge In Consumer Confidence Indicates Stumbling U.S. Economy
  • Listen Up: Making the Presidential Grand Entrance
  • Clinton Pardons: Denise Rich, Beth Dozoretz Dispute Secret Service Record of White House Visit
  • Clearing the Air: High Court Rejects Industry Challenge to Clean Air Act
  • The Bush Presidency: Public Address to Congress Tonight Will Focus on Budget Proposals
  • Families Mourn Pedestrians Killed in California Car Crash
  • Voices: Americans Discuss How Worries Over Economy Have Affected Personal Spending
  • February 26, 2001

  • Latest Study Confirms Fast Food Is Unhealthy
  • Bush Administration Trying to Sell Its Agenda Amid Clinton Pardon Scandal
  • Hugh Rodham Tried to Get Pardons for Two Democratic Fund- Raisers
  • Director Scott Enjoying Commercial Successes
  • Bush has First True Test Tuesday Night, Experts Say
  • Investigation Continues Into Car Crash at the University of California
  • Mississippi Begins Arduous Task of Recovery from Severe Storms
  • New Findings on Heart Disease Suggest Surprising Factors
  • Israel's Parliament Debates Over Policy-Shaping of New Likud Leadership
  • President Bush Set to Begin Budget Battle
  • Israel Labor Party Joins Likud in National Unity Government
  • Nine Dead After Violent Storms Ravage Mississippi and Arkansas
  • Battle Lines are Drawn; Government Fights Environmentalists for ANWR
  • "Rent" Pays Off for "Ally McBeal" Cast Member
  • BAFTA Honors Best in Movies
  • President Bush to Present His First Budget to Congress
  • Foot and Mouth Disease Concern British Farmers
  • California Teen Kills Four in Auto Accident
  • Microsoft Antitrust Case Heard by U.S. Appeals Court
  • President Bush Discusses Tomorrow Night's Speech
  • Recount Completed in Miami-Dade County
  • Congress Awaits President's Address; Tax Plan to be Revealed
  • Powell Attends 10th Anniversary of Kuwait's Liberation; Iraq/U.N. Talks Begin
  • 1 Dead In Florida Boat Collision
  • February 23, 2001

  • New Developments in Clinton Pardon Controversy
  • Faulty Seat Belt May Have Contributed to Dale Earnhardt's Death
  • How Should the Personal Investor Deal with the Current State of the Markets?
  • President, British Prime Minister Discuss International Issues
  • President Bush Meets with Prime Minister Blair at Camp David
  • 'National Enquirer' Breaks Serious News, Gains Some Legitimacy
  • Showbiz Today Reports: States, Countries Vie for Hollywood's Attention
  • Clinton Pardon Probe Widens
  • Bush, British Prime Minister Meeting for First Time
  • Florida Judge Hears Motions in Child Murder Case
  • Dale Earnhardt 1951-2001: After Racing Legend's Death, Safety Is Scrutinized
  • The First 100 Days: New Mideast Violence Precedes Powell Visit
  • Sixteen-Year-Old Waves Extradition In Dartmouth Killings
  • No-Fly Zones, Sanctions Fill Mutual Source of Anxiety For Iraq, U.S.
  • Tony Blair To Visit Camp David
  • Clinton Pardons: Scrutiny On 4 Hasidic Men, Roger Clinton
  • Fourteen-Year-Old Lionel Tate Awaits Motions Hearing
  • February 22, 2001

  • Iraqi, U.S. Militaries Exchange Fire
  • Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton Speaks Out on Clinton Pardons
  • Fans, Friends, Family Mourn Earnhardt at Memorial Service
  • NASA-Funded Researchers Credit Asteroid for Mass Extinction
  • USS Greeneville Inspected in Drydock
  • Three Former Bosnian Serb Soldiers Found Guilty of Crimes Against Humanity
  • Major Snowstorm Causes Massive 116-Car Accident
  • FBI to Change Polygraph Policy
  • Last Week's Air Strike Receives Mixed Reviews by Pentagon
  • Hillary Clinton Denies Involvement in Controversial Pardons; 'USA Today' Columnist Discusses Character of Senator in Crises
  • Clinton Library To Cooperate With House Committee; H. Clinton To Comment On Pardons Controversy
  • Gallup Poll: Bill Clinton's Favorable Ratings Down With Pardons Controversy
  • H. Clinton To Comment On Pardons Controversy
  • Hillary Clinton Embedded In Clinton Pardon Controversy
  • February 21, 2001

  • Ricky Skaggs Gets Grammy Nod for Tribute Album
  • A Momentous Day for the Catholic Church
  • FBI Taking Stock of Damage From Agent's Suspected Spying
  • Is Eminem's Grammy Nomination Fair?
  • Supreme Court Votes 5-4, Upholds States' Rights
  • Skakel to Be Tried as an Adult for 1975 Death
  • 100-Year Drought Conditions Precipitating Wildfires in Florida
  • The Stars of 'Bubblegum Pop' Find the Term Distasteful
  • LynnMarie First Woman Nominated for Best Polka Album
  • Maine Representative Joseph Brooks Pushes for Returnable- Tobacco Bill
  • Firefighters Continue to Battle Wildfire in Florida
  • Maine State Rep. Joseph Brooks Discusses 'Returnable Butt Bill'
  • Bush Announces Big Spending Boost in Education
  • FBI Espionage Case: Investigation Continues into Alleged Spy Robert Philip Hanssen
  • Much of Today's Music Made on Computers
  • High School Students Discuss Eminem, Freedom of Expression in Song
  • Former President Carter Blasts Bill Clinton Over Last-minute Pardons
  • Collision at Sea: Submarine Crewman Says Civilians Distracted Him
  • Federal Authorities Turn to State Department for Answers in FBI Spy Case
  • February 20, 2001

  • Which Alternative Cold Medicines Work?
  • Pope John Paul II Names 44 New Cardinals
  • President Bush Reacts to FBI Espionage Story
  • Pre-Grammy Party Hottest Ticket in Town
  • FBI Agents Discover Payments Received by Hanssen
  • FBI Charges One of Its Own With Espionage
  • Rich Pardon Justified According to Many in Israel
  • Neighbors of Robert Hanssen Shocked of Reports of Espionage
  • Dale Earnhardt Remembered at Daytona
  • Space Shuttle Atlantis Lands in California
  • Pre-Grammy Gala at Clive Davis'
  • NASA Chooses Edwards Air Force Base as Atlantis Landing Site
  • Film Director Stanley Kramer Dies
  • Thousands Gather to Mourn Death of Dale Earnhardt
  • Investigation Moves Forward into U.S. Submarine Collision with Japanese Fishing Boat
  • 27-Year FBI Veteran Accused of Spying for Moscow; Arrest Sends Cold War Chill Through U.S-Russian Relationship
  • February 19, 2001

  • Supreme Court to Examine Whether Thermal Imaging Constitutes Unreasonable Search
  • Los Angeles Gearing up for the Grammy Awards
  • Collision Between Sub and Fishing Boat Strains U.S.-Japanese Relations
  • President Bush Dedicates Oklahoma City Memorial
  • NASCAR Community Grieving for Dale Earnhardt
  • Ricky Martin Prepares for Grammy Award
  • Iraqis Continue Protests Over Airstrikes
  • Preliminary Autopsy Report Shows Earnhardt Massive Head Injuries Killed Dale Earnhardt
  • NASCAR Fans Mourn the Great Earnhardt
  • Congressional Committee Hearings to Resume March 1
  • Law Enforcement Officials Cite Changes in Types of Domestic Terrorism Threats
  • President Bush Dedicates Oklahoma City Bombing Museum
  • Dale Earnhardt, 1951-2001: Fans Gather to Mourn NASCAR Legend; Autopsy Reveals Blunt Force Trauma to Head
  • February 16, 2001

  • Bush, Fox Begin U.S.-Mexican Summit
  • McVeigh Passes on Deadline for Presidential Pardon
  • Wholesale Prices Jump, Reviving Fears of 'Stagflation'
  • February 15, 2001

  • Experience Music Project is a Rock 'n' Roll Experience
  • What Can Be Done to Alleviate Delays at New York's La Guardia Airport?
  • Submarine Expert Discusses Greenville Accident
  • What Does President Bush's Trip to Mexico Mean for U.S.-Mexico Relations?
  • Greeneville Disaster Reminds Many of USS Houston
  • Justice Department to Investigate Rich Pardon
  • Barak to Join Ariel Sharon in National Unity Government
  • Mysteries Still Surround USS Greeneville Accident
  • Chris Rock Comes "Down to Earth" in Remake
  • Driver Testifies Rapper "Puffy" Combs Indeed Had a Gun
  • Can Hillary Clinton Escape White House Scandals?
  • Criminal Investigation Into Rich Pardon Will Proceed
  • Spring Training for New York Yankees Begins
  • Will Criminal Investigation of Marc Rich Pardon Uncover Anything New?
  • Dramatic Testimony Today in Sean "Puffy" Combs Trial
  • The First 100 Days: President Bush Turns Attention to Foreign Policy, Plans Trip to Mexico
  • Investigation Into Submarine Disaster Continues
  • February 13, 2001

  • Have Bill Clinton's Ethical Lapses Damaged His Legacy?
  • Why Aren't Democrats Defending Bill Clinton?
  • Valentine's Day Gift Ideas
  • 'Gladiator' Triumphs in the Contest for Oscar Nominations
  • Study Indicates Eating Fruits and Vegetables Does Not Lower Breast Cancer Risk
  • Hearing Will Determine Fate of Dog Involved in Mauling
  • How Are the Clinton Controversies Affecting Republicans and Democrats?
  • Former President Clinton Tours Office in Harlem
  • Battle Bots And Scooters Provide Hours of Amusement for Kids
  • Space Shuttle Atlantis Crew Speaks About Mission
  • Which Toys Do Kids Want Most?
  • Will the Oscars Be a Soderbergh Sweep?
  • Academy Award Nominees Announced
  • NEAR Spacecraft, Against All Odds, Continues to Transmit Pictures from Eros
  • Congress to Propose Legislation Aimed at Improving Airline Service
  • Federal Reserve Chairman Warns of Sharp Economic Slowdown
  • Senate Committee Set to Investigate Rich Pardon
  • Former President Clinton Moves Uptown to Harlem
  • Helicopter Accident Latest Military Debacle
  • February 12, 2001

  • Atlanta Man Convicted of Pimping 12-Year-Old
  • 'Rudy' Action Figure Featured at Toy Fair
  • House Committee Seeking Immunity for Marc Rich's Ex-Wife
  • President Clinton May Move Office Space to Harlem
  • Scientists Find Humans Have Fewer Genes Than Once Thought
  • NEAR Spacecraft About to Land on Eros
  • Search Continues for Survivors of Fishing Vessel That Sank After Colliding With Sub
  • Federal Court Tells Napster to Stop Trading Copyrighted Material
  • Explorers Become First Women to Cross Antarctica
  • Spacecraft Lands on Asteroid
  • Napster Still In Business, For Now
  • Atlanta Fire Department Saves Bulk Cash in Fire
  • Terrorist Meeting in Beirut Confirms Bush Administration's Fears
  • Justice Department to Speak on Immunity for Denise Rich
  • Some Analysts Say Napster Will Survive
  • Scientists Report Breakthrough in Cracking Human Genetic Code
  • The First 100 Days: President Bush Begins Drive to Boost Military Morale
  • Napster May be Held Responsible for Copyright Infringements
  • Retired Navy Capt. Alec Fraser Discusses Sub Accident
  • Search for Sub Collision Survivors Continues Off Hawaiian Coast
  • Federal Appeals Court About to Determine Napster's Fate
  • February 09, 2001

  • Castaway Files Lawsuit Against CBS and 'Survivor' Producer
  • 'Reality TV' Inspiring Filmmakers
  • Fatal Dog Attack in San Francisco Stirs up Fears of Man's Best Friend
  • Four Major Airlines Facing Labor Problems in Coming Weeks
  • Plane Crash Kills Crew, but Passengers Survive
  • "Hannibal" and "Saving Silverman" Lead the Big Screen Charge This Weekend
  • How Will History View William Jefferson Clinton?
  • Charges Filed in White House Shooting
  • Bush Decides Against Immediate Increase in Defense Spending
  • O.J. Simpson Arrested on Burglary and Battery Charges in Florida
  • Space Shuttle Atlantis to Deliver Science Lab to Space Station
  • Two Women Continue Dangerous Trek Across Antarctica
  • O.J. Simpson Charged With One Felony, One Misdemeanor
  • Federal Charges Brought Against White House Gunman
  • Rendezvous in Space: Crew to Install $1.4 Billion Destiny Module
  • Bob Vila Discusses Web-Ready Homes
  • Gunman Charged in White House Shooting
  • The First 100 Days: President Bush Orders Review of Pentagon Programs, Delays Supplemental Funding
  • Future Flight: New Passenger Airplane Designs on the Horizon
  • February 08, 2001

  • Gallup Poll: American Public Generally Disapproves of Presidential Pardons
  • Can Congress Compel Denise Rich to Testify?
  • Israeli Prime Minister-Elect Says Peace Talks Must Wait For Cessation of Violence
  • Democrats Fight for Against Bush Tax Plan
  • Bush's Proposed Tax Cut Expected to Begin Partisan Struggles
  • Texas Senator Hutchison Discusses Bush Tax Plan in Congress
  • February 07, 2001

  • Ariel Sharon Working to Put Together Government of National Unity
  • Doctors Believe That Woman in Canadian Hospital Does Not Have Ebola
  • Police Obtain Warrant to Search Alleged White House Gunman's Home
  • Will Labor Disputes Disrupt Air Travel?
  • Indiana Man Shot on White House Lawn After Brandishing Weapon
  • February 06, 2001

  • Showbiz Today Reports: Gloria Estefan Discusses Her Second Greatest Hits Album
  • OSU Victory Over Missouri Helps in Healing Process
  • U.S. Citizens Hoping for Peace in the Middle East
  • Portable PC's Forge New Frontiers
  • Kansas Superintendent Discusses Student Plot to Attack School
  • Israel Decides: Sharon Ahead in Polls as Election Comes to Close
  • The First 100 Days: Sens. Kennedy, McCain Join Forces on Patients' Bill of Rights; Bush Touts Tax Cut Plan; Washington Businessman Sounds Off
  • Israelis Await Exit-Poll Results
  • Bush Reaches Out For Tax-Cut Support from Small Businesses
  • Sex on Television: Do You Know What Your Kids Are Watching?
  • February 05, 2001

  • How Does the Public Think President Bush Is Doing So Far?
  • HTML E-Mails Can Compromise Privacy
  • Likud Party Leader Ariel Sharon Maintains Comfortable Lead in Polls
  • Gallaudet Slaying Marks Second Murder of the Year
  • Morning-After Pill Manufacturers Seek FDA Approval
  • Bush Tax Plan Headed for Congress Thursday
  • Cruise and Kidman Separate; Jennifer Lopez No. 1 in Album Sales and at the Box Office
  • Who Is the Real Beneficiary of Bush's Tax Cut Proposal?
  • Navistar Factory in Illinois Scene of Shootings
  • Bush Begins Sales Pitch; Democrats Worry Bush Tax Cut May Jeopardize Federal Surplus
  • Embassy Bombings Trial Under Way in New York City
  • February 02, 2001

  • XFL to Bring Brasher Version of Football to Television
  • No Charges Pending Yet Against San Francisco Dog Owners Following Fatal Attack
  • Having Relatively Few Dopamine Receptors May Cause Obesity
  • Gallup Poll: Are Americans Worried About Losing Their Jobs?
  • Barak Maintains Hope for Reelection, Mideast Peace
  • Pan Am Bombing: Acquitted Fhimah Returns Home to Hero's Welcome
  • Economy Remains Strong Despite Layoffs
  • Polls Show Ehud Barak Trailing Ariel Sharon in Election for Prime Minister
  • Western India Still Reeling From Earthquake
  • Gallup Poll: How Do Americans View the Current U.S. Economy?
  • Ask CNN: Why Are Fewer People Getting Married?
  • A Football League of Their Own: XFL Debuts This Weekend
  • Bush Attends Congressional Retreat of Opposing Party
  • Obesity and the Brain: Is There a Connection?
  • Sen. McCain to Join Forces With Sen. Kennedy on Managed Health Care Reform Plan
  • Barak Discusses Future of Middle East in Light of Upcoming Israeli Elections
  • Economic Slowdown Hits Industrial Midwest Hard Amid Mixed January Unemployment Figures
  • January Unemployment Figures Show Mix of Bad, Good News
  • At Employment Office in Chicago's Northwest Suburbs, Workers Look for Jobs in Troubled Economy
  • Two Arrested for Role in Seven Texas Prisoners' Escape
  • February 01, 2001

  • Man Acquitted of Pan Am Flight 103 Bombing Returns to Libya
  • Punxsutawney Phil Gets Royal Treatment Prior to Groundhog Day Prediction
  • General Electric to Layoff 75,000 Employees
  • What Message Does the Ashcroft Vote Send to the President?
  • Ask CNN: Why is There Such a Big Trend for Reality TV Nowadays?
  • Could Airline Mergers Mean More Trouble for Travelers?
  • Palestinian Right to Return Crucial Issue in Israeli Election
  • Ashcroft to Be Sworn in as Attorney General This Evening
  • Israeli Election: Ehud Barak Trailing Ariel Sharon By Double- Digits in Polls
  • President Pleased at "Bipartisan" Nature of Ashcroft Confirmation
  • Senate Vote on Ashcroft Sends Message to President Bush
  • Man Attacks Several People in Pennsylvania Elementary School
  • Alabama Convict Remains at Large
  • Ashcroft Senate Confirmation Vote Under Way
  • Mideast Peace May be Decided by Israeli Election
  • Awaiting Ashcroft Vote
  • January 31, 2001

  • Kennedy Nephew Will Tried As Adult in 1975 Murder Case
  • High-Tech Tool Teaching Pilots to Cope With the Unexpected
  • House Speaker Hastert Backs Bush's Tax Cut Proposal
  • Indian Region Devasted by Earthquake Faces Tough Task of Rebuilding
  • Friends and Family Members View Wreckage of Alaska Airlines Flight 261
  • President Bush Vows to Uphold Sanctions Against Libya
  • Cut in Interest Rates Should Stimulate Housing Market
  • President Urges Cabinet Members to Push His Legislative Agenda
  • California Energy Crisis Giving a Boost to Alternative Energy Sources
  • Debate Continues Over John Ashcroft
  • Pan Am 103 Bombing Verdict: Families, Town Heal After Trial Outcome
  • American Consumers Power Economy
  • Ashcroft Debate Reaches Senate Floor
  • Pan Am 103 Bombing Verdict: Libyan Government Denies Involvement, Will Honor Outcome
  • New Home Sales Rise 13.4 Percent in December; Home Builder Discusses Weston, Florida Market
  • Is the United States Truly Safe from Terrorist Attacks?
  • Photo Clerk Helps Foil Plot to Bomb California College
  • Defense Makes Case in Mark Chmura Sexual Assault Trial
  • Colorado Skier Convicted in Deadly Slope Collision
  • Pan Am 103 Bombing Verdict: Victims' Families Find Some Satisfaction, but Loss Not Forgotten
  • January 30, 2001

  • Screen Actors Guild Announces Nominees for Its Awards Ceremony
  • Feingold Likely to Vote for John Ashcroft
  • Does Andrew Cuomo's Announcement of Candidacy Create Problems for New York Democrats?
  • Nevada Senator Introduces Bills to Protect Airline Passengers
  • Georgia Adopts New State Flag With Less Prominent Confederate Battle Standard
  • Is the Economy in a Slump or a Recession?
  • The First 100 Days: Senate Judiciary Committee Expected to Vote on Ashcroft Today
  • Ed Curran Examines Latest High-Tech Gadgets for the Home
  • Britons Expressing Outrage Over Hospital That Stole Organs
  • Advocacy Groups Anxious to See How Bush's Faith-Based Initiatives Will Work
  • India Earthquake: Joy Amid Hardship as More Survivors Are Found
  • India Earthquake: Little Hope Left for More Survivors as Focus Shifts to Relief Effort
  • Georgia Senate to Vote on Flag Change
  • 'Industry Standard' Staff Member Discusses Amazon.com's Future
  • Fed Meeting Today to Decide on Interest Rate Cut
  • January 29, 2001

  • Attorneys Make Opening Statements in Sean 'Puffy' Combes Trial
  • Persistence Can Beat Addiction
  • What Did Former "Survivor" Kelly Wigglesworth Think of "Survivor II"?
  • Downey Trial to Receive Intense Media Attention
  • Did "Survivor 2" Live Up to Its Hype?
  • Economists Warn Manufacturing Sector May Be in a Recession
  • Robert Downey's Drug Trial Set to Begin
  • DaimlerChrysler Announces Layoffs
  • Super Bowl Champs Return Home
  • Two Dartmouth Professors Found Murdered in Their Home
  • Ashcroft Confirmation Still on Hold
  • The Bush Presidency: Bush Announces Program to Provide Tax Funds for Charitable Religious Groups, Places Cheney in Charge of Energy Task Force
  • Diane Swonk of Bank One Discusses Auto Industry, Weakening Economy
  • DaimlerChrysler to Cut North American Workforce By 20 Percent
  • Survival Stories Amid Search for Missing and Dead in India
  • Robert Downey Jr. Hearing May Face Short Delay; Plea Bargain Possible
  • Rescuers Continue Search for Life Beneath India Quake Rubble; Death Toll Feared More Than 20,000
  • DaimlerChrysler to Layoff 26,000 Workers; Vault.com Co-Founder Discusses Former Employees' Job Options
  • January 26, 2001

  • 'Survivor 2' to Premiere on Sunday After Super Bowl
  • CBS Expected to Make $200 Million on Super Bowl Ads
  • What Are President Bush's Expectations for His Meeting With Mexico's President?
  • Tampa Prepares for Super Bowl Sunday
  • Researchers Find Genetic Link to Breast and Ovarian Cancer
  • Texas Cattle Remained Quarantined for Potential Mad Cow Disease
  • Bush Staff Reluctant to Discuss Clinton Administration Vandalism
  • El Nino May Return Next Year
  • More Than 2,000 Confirmed Dead in Indian Earthquake
  • XFL Set to Kick Off Next Month
  • Deadly Earthquake Rocks Western India; More Than 1,000 Suspected Dead
  • Campaign Finance Reform to be Debated by Senate in March
  • Super Bowl Coaches Take Different Approach to Big Game
  • Hershey's American-Dollars Kicker Dan Kaler Discusses Super Bowl
  • Fans Arriving in Florida for Super Bowl XXXV
  • The Bush Presidency: Senate Democrats Delay Ashcroft Hearings
  • Search for Survivors Underway in Earthquake-Stricken India
  • The Bush Presidency: Present Administration Downplays White House Vandalism
  • January 25, 2001

  • Ashcroft's Commitment to Gay Rights Questioned
  • Secrets Behind Soviet Intercontinental Bomber Revealed
  • Giants Disregard Trash-Talk, Focus on Super Bowl
  • Thirteen-Year-Old Convicted of First-Degree Murder
  • Gore to Lecture at Columbia University
  • How Do Greenspan's Remarks Help the President's Crusade for a Tax Cut?
  • Massachusetts Funeral Director Discovers Life in the Funeral Home
  • Cuss Control Academy Attempts to Reduce Swearing
  • Tufts University Begins Study on Animal Hoarders
  • Former President Clinton Remains Hot Topic of Debate
  • Greenspan Hints that Tax Cut Could Benefit Economy
  • Power Crisis: Future of Electric Cars
  • Greenspan Testifies Tax Cut Would Benefit Economy
  • January 24, 2001

  • How Has the Internet Affected Super Bowl Gambling?
  • Missouri Judge Awards Temporary Custody of 'Internet Twins' to Biological Father
  • When Is a Stomach Ache Symptomatic of Something More Serious?
  • Ravens, Giants Prepare for Sunday's Super Bowl
  • Miller Brewing Plant Feeling California Power Crunch
  • Last of 'Texas Seven' Recaptured
  • Two Remaining Texas Fugitives Surrender to Police
  • Power Crisis: Businesses Losing Billions
  • The Bush Presidency: HHS, Transportation Chiefs Confirmed; Senate Panel Delays Vote on Ashcroft
  • Galapagos Spill: Work Around Stricken Tanker Continues
  • Power Crisis: Shortages Mean Bad Business
  • Super Bowl XXXV: Media Attention Settles on Baltimore Ravens Linebacker Ray Lewis
  • Texas Escapees in Colorado Jail
  • Bush Reaches Out to Congressional Leaders
  • January 23, 2001

  • How Can Parents Help Their Children Cope With Peer Pressure?
  • Tragic Death of Montana Boy Involving Remington Model 700 Rifle Alters Perceptions of Gun Safety Regulation
  • Talks in Taba Put on Hold
  • British Judge Orders 'Internet Twins' to Remain in Foster Care Pending Review
  • Will Voucher Programs Bolster Public School Performance?
  • Search Continues for Final Two Texas Fugitives
  • Ask CNN: What Does It Take to Become a U.S. Citizen?
  • Bush Administration Seeks Early Success on Education
  • Power Crisis: California ISO Spokeswoman Discusses Efforts to Avert Blackouts; Dairy Industry Operating 'On the Edge'
  • Colorado Springs Police Spokesman Discusses Recovery of Van Driven By Two Texas Fugitives Still At Large
  • Gallup Poll: Americans View Education a Number-one Priority, Amenable to Government Intervention
  • Marine Biologist Elliot Norse: Galapagos Oil Spill 'Worrisome'
  • Texas Escapees: Search Intensifies for Two on Loose After Arrest of Others
  • Bush To Unveil Education Reform Package
  • January 22, 2001

  • Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott Meets with the New President to Discuss Policy
  • Gallup Poll: How Do Americans View Bush Administration Agenda?
  • Bush Sticks to Campaign Themes in First Days as President
  • McCain Pushing for Campaign Finance Reform
  • 107th Congress: $1.3 Trillion Tax Cut Bill Introduced in Senate
  • Female Explorers Arrive at South Pole
  • Galapagos Fuel Spill May Devastate Rare Species
  • Anti-Abortion Demonstrators March to U.S. Supreme Court
  • Oil Spill Threatens Galapagos Islands; Coast Guard Officer Discusses Clean-Up
  • The Bush Presidency: Bush to Block Aid to Certain International Family-Planning Groups
  • Actress Jacqueline Bisset Discusses Latest Project at Sundance Film Festival
  • McCain Pushes Campaign Finance Reform to Top of Agenda
  • Senior Chief Petty Officer Tod Lyons Discusses U.S. Coast Guard Efforts to Contain Oil Spill in Galapagos Islands
  • Robert Reich: 'We Ought to Spread the Benefits of Capitalism'
  • January 19, 2001

  • President Clinton and Independent Counsel Robert Ray Cut a Deal
  • Rainbow-Push Coalition Expresses Confidence in Jesse Jackson
  • Voices: What Should President-Elect Bush Say in His Inaugural Speech?
  • President Clinton Strikes a Deal, Avoids Indictment
  • Public Has Positive Perception of President-Elect Bush, According to Gallup Polls
  • Power Crisis: Some California Airports Quickly Using Up Fuel Reserves
  • Vice President-Elect Cheney Among Speakers at Ceremony Honoring U.S. Veterans
  • Will Bad Weather Force Inaugural Swearing-in Ceremony Indoors?
  • Rain Might Dampen Turn-Out for Inaugural Parade
  • Adoption Dispute: Birth Mother Wants Daughters Back
  • Jackson Aftermath: Rainbow/PUSH Coalition Meeting Today
  • The Clinton Presidency: International Policy
  • Historic Bible May be Used During Inauguration
  • Future First Lady Speaks Out on Literacy, Abortion
  • Inauguration Preview: 'USA Today' Political Correspondent Discusses Bush's Speech
  • Rain May Hamper Inaugural Parade
  • January 18, 2001

  • Poll Suggests Americans Want Bush to Stay the Course
  • Power Crisis: Rolling Blackouts Continue in Northern California
  • The Clinton Presidency: The New Democrat
  • Norton's Confirmation Expected, Though Contentious
  • Inauguration: Law Enforcement, Protesters Expected in Full Force
  • Dennis Moore of 'USA Today' Previews Inaugural Events
  • Confirmation Hearings: Missouri Supreme Court Justice Ronnie White Testifies Before Senate; Ashcroft Supporters, Opponents Dig In
  • Rep. Watts: Ashcroft 'Eminently Qualified' to Uphold Law of United States
  • Transition of Power: Confirmation Hearings for Ashcroft, Norton Most Contentious
  • Inauguration: Police Brace for Biggest Demonstrations Since 1973
  • Talk Radio Host Royal Marshall Discusses Rev. Jesse Jackson's Admission of Extramarital Affair
  • Power Crisis: Rolling Blackouts Ordered For Second Day
  • January 17, 2001

  • California Couple Discusses Internet Adoption Feud Over Twin Baby Girls
  • Confirmation Hearings: On Day Two, Bush Pick for Attorney General Faces Tough Questions
  • 'USA Today': President Clinton Will 'Continue to Make Headlines' After Leaving Office
  • The Clinton Presidency: Scandals and Legacy
  • Bush Bids Farewell to Midland, Texas
  • Voices: Remembering President Clinton
  • Ashcroft Hearing: Attorney General Nominee Faces Second Day of Tough Questioning
  • January 16, 2001

  • Bush Team Welcomes Hearings
  • Ashcroft Facing Uphill Battle in Confirmation Fight
  • Ashcroft Vows to Uphold Law of the Land
  • 'USA Today': 'Hard to Come Up With Evidence That a Recession is Under Way'
  • The Clinton Presidency: The Bottom Line
  • The Gulf War 10 Years Later: Life in Iraq Today
  • Though Ashcroft Confirmation Expected, Crucial Questions Expected at Confirmation Hearings
  • January 15, 2001

  • Chinese Space Program Eagerly Preparing for the Taikonaut
  • Drug Shortages Becoming National Scare
  • Ask CNN: Why is the Presidential Term Limited to Eight Years?
  • Fast Food Can be Healthy
  • Alzheimer's Disease Adds to Hurdles During Recovery From Surgery
  • Brazilian Ranchers Keep Herds Safe by Killing Endangered Jaguars
  • Central American Quake: Search-and-Rescue Efforts Continue
  • Company Dares Hackers to Break Into System
  • Israel Closes Off Gaza; Violence Continues
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day Met with Celebration and Protest Alike
  • Albright Reflects on Tenure at State Department
  • USAID Assists Quake Victims
  • Ed McMahon Searches for Stars Using Internet
  • Doctors Say Reagan Doing Very Well
  • For the First Time, South Carolina Celebrates a State Holiday Honoring Martin Luther King
  • Gregory Allen Howard Discusses Era of Integration in 'Remember the Titans'
  • Democrats on Hill Prepare to Attack Ashcroft
  • Explorers Ann Bancroft, Liv Arnesen Discuss Progress Across Antarctica
  • Agency for International Development Official Discusses Rescue Operations in El Salvador Following Earthquake
  • The Clinton Presidency, a Retrospective: Clinton & The People
  • Inauguration Review: First vs. Second Bush Administration
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Bush Discusses Education at Elementary School
  • Transition of Power: Attorney General Nominee John Ashcroft to Face Contentious Confirmation Hearing Tomorrow
  • Conflict in the Middle East: Barak Calls Killing of Settler Terrible Blow to Peace
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Protesters Rally Against Confederate Flag; NAACP Executive Director Discusses Economic Sanctions
  • Voices: Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • After Earthquake, International Aid Arrives, Rescue Efforts Continue in El Salvador
  • January 12, 2001

  • From the Drawing Board to the Showroom: Designing the GMC Terracross
  • Female Prisoners in California Recording Books on Audiotape
  • Is Now the Time to Refinance Home Mortgages?
  • Cloning Experiment Ends in Disappointment
  • Katherine Harris Under Fire From Civil Rights Commission
  • How Can You Keep Private Information from Being Made Public?
  • What Is 'Ginger'?
  • Western States Face Severe Weather
  • Several States Considering Legislation That Would Restrict Telemarketing
  • Mortgage Rates Hit Two-Year Low
  • Interest Groups Voice Opposition to Gale Norton as Interior Secretary
  • Clinton, Bush View Economy Quite Differently
  • FCC Approves AOL/Time Warner Merger
  • State of Utah Challenges Certification of Census Figures
  • Katherine Harris to Testify Before U.S. Civil Rights Commission
  • How Will President Clinton Be Remembered?
  • President-Elect Bush, Senate Democrats Prepare for Fight Over Ashcroft Nomination
  • California Electricity Situation Eases Slightly to Level Two Emergency
  • Higher Natural Gas Costs Hit Consumers in the Wallet
  • January 11, 2001

  • British Police Smash Internet Child Pornography Ring
  • Texas Corrections Department Unveils Report
  • Will "Ginger" Change the World?
  • Civil Rights Commission Begins Hearings on Alleged Voting Rights Violations in Florida
  • Ask CNN: What Will Happen to Shares of TWA Stock?
  • Scientists in Oregon Create Genetically Altered Monkey
  • What's New at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show?
  • New Airborne Laser Experiment Held in Kansas
  • California Declares Stage Three Power Emergency
  • Bush Cabinet Picks to Face Hearings
  • Eyewitness Describes Jail Break of Seven Texas Convicts
  • How Would an OPEC Production Cut Affect the World Markets?
  • Reverend Jackson Says Allen Wrongfully Convicted
  • Former Bosnian Serb Leader Appears Before War Crimes Tribunal
  • Closing Arguments Rescheduled for Former Carolina Panther Rae Carruth's Murder Trial
  • Ashcroft Confirmation Ignites a Fight on Ideological Grounds
  • Texas Prison Staff Facing Discipline in Inmates' Escape
  • Oklahoma Gov. Keating Discusses Scheduled Execution of Wanda Jean Allen
  • January 10, 2001

  • Federal Government Studies Popular Diets
  • American Airlines to Purchase TWA
  • American Airlines Purchases Troubled TWA
  • Automakers Turn to Retro at Auto Show
  • Bush to Meet With Labor Secretary Prospect
  • "Angel of Death" Killer Formally Charged in Connection With Six Deaths
  • New York City May Pay $50 Million to Victims of Strip-Searches
  • Bush Leaning Toward Anderson for Labor Secretary
  • Navy Veterans Return to Service for One Final Mission
  • Were President Clinton's Remarks About the Election Appropriate?
  • Strip Searches in New York City Lead to Lawsuit
  • Statue Honoring Franklin D. Roosevelt in Wheelchair Unveiled in Washington
  • Recession on Horizon?
  • January 09, 2001

  • Texas Prison Escapees Continue to Elude Capture
  • 'Angel of Death' Behind Bars After Three Years
  • 'Angel of Death' Arrested
  • Liberal Groups Oppose Ashcroft Nomination
  • Transition of Power: Political Storm Brewing Around Bush Labor Nominee; Liberal Groups Voice Opposition to Ashcroft as Attorney General
  • Report Says Texas Escapees Broke Out Due to Officer Failure
  • Claudia Gonzalez of the American Dietetic Association Discusses Couch Potato Kids
  • 'TV Guide' Writer Ted Johnson, Forensic Psychiatrist Dr. Helen Morrison Discuss Emergence of New 'Reality TV' Shows
  • Transition of Power: Concerns Raised About Illegal Immigrant Housed by Bush Labor Secretary Pick
  • Government Report: Some SUVs Have High Chance of Flipping in Crashes
  • January 08, 2001

  • Intel, Microsoft Introducing New Products at Consumer Electronics Show
  • Bush Nominee for Secretary of Labor Faces Questions About Illegal Alien
  • College Students Turning to Ritalin
  • Automakers Display Latest Wares at International Auto Show
  • Clinton Takes Mideast Negotiations as Far as Possible
  • Florida Leaders Meet to Discuss Election Reform
  • Radio Host Denounces Alciere
  • Bush Stands Behind Linda Chavez
  • Airline Mega-Mergers Possible
  • University of Georgia to Commemorate 40th Anniversary of Enrollment by African-American Students
  • Airline Mergers Could Cause Trouble for Travelers
  • Antarctica Trekkers Continue Quest to Reach South Pole
  • Ted Turner Announces Creation of Nuclear Threat Initiative
  • Pending Release of British Killers Stirs Emotions
  • Policies and Procedures Under Review Following Texas Prison Escape
  • DVD Camcorder Hot Item at Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show
  • About 400,000 Israelis Demonstrate to Support Jerusalem as Nation's Capitol
  • Ray Charles to Receive Trumpet Award
  • Transition of Power: Bush Focusing on National Security Issues Today; Labor Nominee Facing Scrutiny Over Housing of Illegal Alien
  • Ford, Bridgestone/Firestone Settle Explorer Rollover Lawsuit
  • Transition of Power: Bush Labor Nominee Under Scrutiny for Harboring Illegal Alien
  • Conflict in the Middle East: Massive 'One Jerusalem' Rally Under Way in Israel as President Clinton Escalates Peace Efforts
  • American Airlines to Buy Flagging TWA
  • January 05, 2001

  • Legendary Car Customizer Created Hollywood Stars
  • What Kind of Diet and Exercise Regimens Really Work?
  • Jeep Cherokee's Production to End
  • Web Site Reaps the Fruits of Failure
  • U.S. Job Growth Slows, but is Recession Really on the Horizon?
  • President Clinton Announces Plan for Huge Environmental Conservation Program
  • Exploring the Depths of the Atlanta Boat Show
  • Atlanta Boat Show Floats Fantasies Out of Winter Cold into More Pleasant Climes
  • Gallup Poll: Most Americans Support Campaign Finance Reform
  • Senate Agrees to Share Power Within Committees
  • Which Jobs Were Hot in 2000?
  • Scientists Await Birth of First Clone of Endangered Animal
  • Israeli Government Officially Accepts Parameters of Clinton Peace Plan
  • Mother of Slain Texas Officers Condemns Society That Creates Murderers
  • Two Workers Rescued From Scaffolding Collapse
  • Ask CNN: Why Is the Capitol Built With Marble?
  • Imprisoned British Physician Suspected in Slew of Murders
  • Difficult Days for Butterfly Ballot Designer
  • New Hampshire Representative Stirring Up Controversy
  • Manhunt in Texas: At Least Two Prison Escapees Spotted at Bank; Texas Dept. of Justice Spokesman Discusses Flood of Leads
  • "Businessweek": Unemployment Rate Holding Steady Is 'Good News'
  • January 04, 2001

  • Tax Collecting in Russia Not for the Faint-Hearted
  • Jobless Rates Expected to Rise for Month of December
  • President-Elect Appoints Like-Minded Energy Secretary
  • California Institutes Rate Hikes for Energy Utilities
  • The Gallup Poll: Half of Americans Believe War on Drugs is Making Progress
  • President-Elect Bush Selects Two Senior White House Advisers
  • Cutting Salt Can Substantially Reduce Blood Pressure
  • Conflict in the Middle East: With Only 16 Days Left, Clinton to Meet With Israeli Diplomat
  • Power Crisis: Joe Kennedy Discusses How Low-Income Customers are Coping with High Utility Bills
  • California Firefighters Still Struggling With Wildfire
  • Power Crisis: California Rate Hikes Could Affect Consumers Nationwide
  • 'Forbes': Rate Cut Shows Fed Afraid of 'Crash in Consumer Confidence'
  • Transition of Power: Bush Wraps Up Economic Conference
  • Iraq Denies Rumors of Saddam Hussein's Ill-Health
  • Conflict in the Middle East: Top Israeli Negotiator En Route to U.S. for Proposal Clarification; Arafat Consulting With Arab Allies
  • Beutel: Energy Crunch, Fed Action Threatens to Send Economy into 'Stagflation'
  • McCain to Push Campaign Finance Reform Early in 107th Congress
  • California Wildfire: Blaze 10 Percent Contained
  • Power Crisis: California Electric Companies' Rate Increases Would Affect 10 Million
  • Transition of Power: Bush Meeting with High-Tech Executives
  • January 03, 2001

  • 'People' Magazine Music Critic Discusses the Grammys
  • Poll Surveys Public's Opinion of Senator Clinton
  • Larry Lindsey Named Chairman of Council of Economic Advisers
  • Nominations Announced for Grammy Awards
  • Is It Time to Get Tough on Telemarketers?
  • Arafat Endorses Clinton Peace Proposal
  • For Automakers, Good Year Ends in a Bad Way
  • Federal Reserve Acts Early to Reduce Interest Rates
  • California Public Utilities Commission Adds Surcharge to Electricity
  • Grammy Nominations Announced
  • Senator Carnahan Moves in on Capitol Hill
  • Brush Fire Shuts Down Portions of Interstate 8 in Southern California
  • What Does America Think About Senator Clinton?
  • Two Women Discuss Trip Across Antarctica
  • The Stealth Price Hike at the Supermarket
  • President-Elect Bush Holds Summit to Discuss Slowing Economy
  • Israelis Reportedly Agree to Send Delegation to Washington for Clarification on Peace Proposal
  • California Utilities Commission Endorses 1-Cent Per KW-Hour Surcharge
  • How Will the Federal Reserve Rate Cut Affect Mortgages?
  • Conflict in the Middle East: Arafat Conditionally Accepts Peace Talk Proposal
  • 107th Congress Convenes; Hillary Rodham Clinton Sworn in
  • Federal Reserve Slashes Interest Rates to Bolster Faltering Economy
  • New Senators Sworn in on Hill
  • Power to the People: Behind California's Deregulation Experiment; Utilities Hope to Raise Electric Rates By Up to 30 Percent
  • Conflict in the Middle East: Arafat Conditionally Supports Framework for Peace Talks
  • South California Wildfire Rages, Several Homes Burn
  • Investigators Try to Find Cause of Delaware Fire That Killed 11
  • January 02, 2001

  • Bush Nominates Norm Mineta for Secretary of Transportation
  • First Ice Hotel in North America Now Open for Business
  • Actor Ray Walston Dies at Age 86
  • Pentagon to Recommend Tighter Security Procedures Following USS Cole Bombing
  • Clinton Meets With Arafat in Washington
  • Russian Music Finds a New Mode of Expression
  • President-elect Bush Settles on Final Three Cabinet Nominations
  • Arafat Meets With Clinton; Israelis Impose New Security Measures in Occupied Territories
  • Obesity a Concern for Americans
  • Ed Curran Discusses High-Tech Toys for the New Year
  • DotComGuy's Self-Imposed Exile Ends
  • 'Foolish' Advice: 'Invest in What You Know and Understand'
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Clinton, Arafat to Discuss Mideast Peace Proposals
  • Transition of Power: Bush Expected to Name More Cabinet Appointees Today; Clinton Commerce Secretary Mineta to be Tapped for Transportation
  • Stock Watch: Investors Take Off New Year's Party Hats as Market Tumbles
  • Crisis In The Middle East: U.S. Institute for Peace Officer Discusses Clinton Proposal
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Clinton to Meet With Arafat to Discuss Peace Deal
  • January 01, 2001

  • 100-Year-Old Letters Revealed in Detroit Time Capsule
  • Why Do Penguins Waddle, You Ask?
  • The Amazing Kreskin Looks into the Year 2001 and Predicts the Future
  • Holiday Hope: Citymeals on Wheels Help the Elderly Cope with Loneliness
  • Ask CNN: Why and How Actors and Actresses are Chosen to Put Their Handprints in Front of the Chinese Theater?
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Explosion Rocks Israeli Resort Town; Yasser Arafat Agrees to Meet with President Clinton in Washington
  • Psychic Uri Geller Gazes into His Crystal Ball for some New Year Predictions
  • Explorers Ann Bancroft and Liv Arnesen Call in from Their Trek Across Antarctica
  • George W. Bush Looks to Fill Final Cabinet Posts
  • Ardmore, Oklahoma Restaurant Manager Discusses Battling Storms, Power Outages
  • Car Bomb Injures 20 in Israeli Coastal City
  • Three Explosions Rock Israeli Coastal City
  • Oklahoma Dept. of Civil Emergency Management Spokesperson Discusses Efforts to Restore Power to Residents
  • December 29, 2000

  • CNN 20: U.S. Pilot Bobby Hall Released, December 29, 1994
  • Internet Can Provide Possible Solutions to Holiday Travel Woes
  • Should Humans Eat Like Their Hunter-Gatherer Ancestors?
  • Transition of Power: Environmentalists Sounding the Alarm on Interior Nominee; Bush Employing 'Santa Claus' Strategy for Cabinet
  • Northeast Prepares for Battering by Winter Storm
  • Chicago Nearing Record Total for December Snowfall
  • Clintons Pick a House
  • Tracking Travel Delays on the Internet
  • Winter Storm Headed for East Coast
  • Transition of Power: Bush Names Four More Cabinet Nominees
  • Gallup Poll: Bill and Hillary Clinton, America's 'Most Admired' Man and Woman
  • Passenger Storms Cockpit of BA Airliner, Tries to Crash Plane
  • Winter Storms Knock out Power for Thousands in Arkansas
  • Transition of Power: Bush Announces Four More Cabinet Choices
  • NYC's Deputy Chief of Sanitation: City Is Ready for Snow
  • Volunteers Readying Floats for 112th Tournament of Roses Parade
  • AAA Chicago Motor Club Employee Discusses Winter and Cars
  • Street and Sanitation Commissioner on How Chicago Prepares for More Snow
  • December 28, 2000

  • Winter Storm Strands 1,000 Vehicles on Texas Highway
  • President Clinton Says Mideast Peace Closer Than Ever
  • Judge Agrees to McVeigh's Request for an Expedited Death Sentence
  • Bombings in Israel Deter Peace Talks
  • Texas National Guard Says No Serious Injuries Resulted from Overnight Icing in Texas
  • Dunham: Bush's 'Biggest Risk' is to Play Politics with the Economy
  • Consumer Confidence: Impulse Buying Out, Bargain Hunting In
  • National Guard Called Out in Texas to Help Stranded Motorists
  • Why Is Consumer Confidence Down?
  • Bad Weather Means Brisk Business for Texas Motel
  • New Census Figures Show Americans Moving South, West
  • President Clinton Unveils Larger-Than-Expected Budget Surplus, Cancels Intended Trip to North Korea; Bush Nominates Rumsfeld for Defense
  • Power Shortages Way of Life for Yugoslavia
  • U.S. Census Bureau Director Kenneth Prewitt Discusses 'Largest Civic Ceremony in American History'
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Clinton Says Time Has Come for Final Peace Deal, Cancels North Korea Trip
  • Federal Judge to Consider Oklahoma City Bomber Timothy McVeigh's Request to End Appeals Process
  • Ice Storm Snarls Traffic on I-20 in Texas
  • December 27, 2000

  • Muslim Holy Month Coincides With Violence in Some Areas This Year
  • San Francisco's Overtime Dilemma
  • Chrysler's Troubled Marriage
  • White House Expresses Optimism on Future of Middle East Peace Talks
  • What Should the Smart Investor Be Doing as the Year Ends?
  • Massachusetts Shooting Has Gun-Law Experts Baffled
  • Low-Tech Toys in an Electronic Age
  • Bancroft, Arnesen Approach Halfway Point to Pole
  • Robert Downey, Jr. Pleads Not Guilty
  • Actor Robert Downey, Jr. Arraigned in California Court on Drug Charges
  • Massachusetts Gunman Pleads Not Guilty to Seven Counts of Murder; Prayer Service Honoring Victims Planned at Nearby Church
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Barak and Arafat to Meet with Mubarak Tomorrow in Egypt
  • Seven South Texas Prison Escapees Still on Loose, Wanted For Killing Cop on Christmas Eve
  • McDermott Pleads Not Guilty, Ordered Held Without Bail
  • December 26, 2000

  • Last Combat Pilots of WWII Finally Receive Recognition
  • Controversy Over School Internet Deal May Send Some Schools Offline
  • Christmas Shopping Season Just Beginning for Consumers Bent on After Christmas Sales and Exchanges
  • Russian Officials Assure World That Space Station Mir Will Not Crash
  • Winter Weather Creates Treacherous Situation in Plains States
  • Special Interest Groups Prepare for New White House Pecking Order
  • Middle East Peace Proposal Last Ditch Attempt to Reach Agreement in Clinton Presidency
  • President Clinton Awaits Word from Israelis, Palestinians on Peace Proposal
  • How Can You Exchange Gifts Bought Online?
  • Online Gift Returns Created Marked Inconvenience for Some Consumers
  • Police Have Suspect in Wakefield Shooting
  • Winter Storms Blast Through Arkansas Again, Cutting Power to Thousands
  • Seven Believed Dead After Shooting Spree in Boston Technology Company
  • Ice Storms Leave Parts of Texas and Arkansas Without Power
  • Wakefield Police Wrap Up Shooting Investigation
  • Ice Storm Slams Southern Plains; Tens of Thousands Without Power
  • December 25, 2000

  • New York Strives to Shelter Homeless
  • Interfaith Center Educates Religious Leaders About One Another
  • Renewed Mideast Negotiations Controversial
  • Lung Transplant Saves Cystic Fibrosis Patient
  • Dick Van Dyke Discusses Volunteering at the Midnight Mission in L.A.
  • New York Offers Great View of Christmas Eclipse
  • Palm Computers Help Immigrant Students
  • San Francisco Man's Humanitarian Efforts Help AIDS Patients in Africa
  • December 22, 2000

  • Simulator Helps Airport Snow-Removal Crews Prepare for Real Thing
  • Travel Delays Create Domino Effect at Nation's Airports
  • Middle East Violence Underlines Importance of Peace Talks
  • Kmart Will Stay Open 84 Hours Straight in Holiday Blitz
  • Has Bush Kept Both Parties Happy with His Cabinet Nominations So Far?
  • Flu Vaccine Shortage Now Is Over
  • Toronto Airport Moves Passengers During Busy Season
  • Nation's Airports Jammed as Holiday Travel Commences
  • Is There Time to Save on Taxes Before the New Year?
  • Madonna Wedding Under Way in Scotland
  • Holiday Air Travel Turns into Nightmare Before Christmas
  • Consumer Confidence Tumbles During Holiday Season
  • President-elect Bush Selects John Ashcroft as Attorney General
  • Market Drops Frightens Retired Investors
  • 'Modern Living, Modern Giving' Author Andrea Claster Discusses Last-Minute Holiday Gift Ideas
  • Kenny G Discusses Success of Holiday Albums
  • Flu Shots Ready and Available
  • Madonna To Wed Guy Ritchie at Scottish Castle; Details Shrouded in Mystery
  • Retailers Hope for Last-Minute Shopping; Kmart Stores Open 24 Hours
  • Transition of Power: Ashcroft Selected for Attorney General; New Jersey Gov. Whitman Up For EPA Head
  • Los Angeles Regional Food Bank Supplies Down 66 Percent
  • Holiday Travel: Heavy Traffic, Labor, Weather Problems Make for Uncertain Day
  • December 21, 2000

  • Madonna's Big Day
  • Surviving Family Tension During the Holidays
  • Israelis; Palestinians Attempting to Narrow Differences Over Jerusalem
  • Weather, Labor Problems Cause Clogging at Atlanta Airport
  • Community Mourns Murder of Sheriff-Elect
  • Is the United States Facing a Recession?
  • Rick Perry Sworn in as New Texas Governor
  • Internet Security Systems Founder Offers Some Holiday E-mail Warnings
  • Holiday Travelers Grounded By Cancellations at Hartsfield International Airport
  • Madonna's Son Rocco Christened, Wedding Tomorrow
  • O'Hare International Spokesperson: Normal Operation So Far
  • CNN 20: Power Shifts in Bethlehem, December 21, 1995
  • 'Miracle Baby' Survives Accident that Kills Mother
  • Holiday Travel: Expedia President Offers Tips for the Computer Age
  • Madonna, Family Arrive at Scottish Castle for Son Rocco's Christening
  • Golden Globe Nominations: Both Old, New Faces Among Best in TV, Film
  • More Bush Cabinet Announcements Expected as Early as Friday
  • Holiday Travel: Weather Causes Delays at Hartsfield, O'Hare International Airports
  • December 20, 2000

  • President Clinton Issues Medical Privacy Guidelines
  • USDA Releases Standards for Organic Foods
  • Poll Indicates Americans Differ on Government Priorities
  • UPS Geared Up for Busiest Week of the Year
  • What Will Bush's Cabinet Appointments Mean for the Economy and the Average American?
  • Clinton Meets with Israeli, Palestinian Negotiators at White House
  • Local Volunteers Help Fill Christmas Wish Lists
  • Thousands Still Without Power After Ice Storms Last Week
  • President Clinton Announces New Medical Privacy Regulations
  • London Protesters Taken into Custody by Local Police
  • Americans Feel Divided, Want Political Unity, Says Gallup Poll
  • Up to 24 Protesting Kurds Occupy London 'Eye' Ferris Wheel
  • East Africa: Five More Suspects Indicted for U.S. Embassy Bombings
  • Record Day for Shipping in the U.S. Postal Service
  • SmartMoney.com: Investors Taking Back 'Good Will' Extended to Tech Stocks
  • Bush Nominates Paul O'Neill as Treasury Secretary
  • Several Tech Stocks at 52-Week Lows
  • Holiday Rush Peaks at UPS Processing Center in Hodgkins, Illinois
  • Israeli and Palestinian Negotiators Arrive in Washington
  • Protesters Occupying Pods on London Eye
  • Wintry Weather Hits Even Florida
  • Gallup Poll: Clinton Tied With LBJ in Job Approval Rating
  • Transition of Power: Bush Administration Continues to Take Shape; NPR's Ken Rudin Discusses Preliminary Picture
  • Boston Meteorologist Discusses Wintry Weather
  • U.S. Postal Service Spokeswoman Discusses Holiday Mail
  • Red Cross Spokeswoman Says Wintry Weather Affecting Blood Supply
  • December 19, 2000

  • British Parliament Approves Cloning of Human Embryonic Stem Cells for Research
  • Studies Show No Direct Link Between Brain Cancer, Cell Phones
  • Will Christmas Retail Sales Fall Well Short of Expectations This Year?
  • What Kind of Message Is the Bush Campaign Sending Through Cabinet Appointments?
  • Gallup Poll: How America Views George W. Bush
  • President-Elect Bush to Name at Least Two More Cabinet Nominees
  • President-Elect Bush and Vice President Gore Hold a One-on-One Meeting
  • The New High-Tech Toys for Christmas
  • Two Women Attempt Trek Across Antarctica on Foot
  • A Warming Trend
  • Holiday Shoppers in Florida Comment on Economy
  • Transition of Power: Bush Meets With Clinton, Gore in Washington, Works on Cabinet
  • Retailers Hoping for Holiday Buying Binge
  • 30,000 Families Evacuated After Volcano Erupts Near Mexico City
  • Rosensweig: Fed Will Not Cut Rates
  • Transition of Power: Bush, Clinton Meet at White House; Meeting With Gore Expected Later
  • Federal Reserve Meets Today, Amid Signs of Weaker Economy
  • December 18, 2000

  • Poll Indicates Public Supports Dismantling Electoral College
  • Gallup Poll: Bush Has Big Shoes to Fill
  • Russia: Population Explosion May Doom Native Wolves
  • Peace with Palestinians Could Be Barak's Best Hope for Re- Election
  • Texas, Arizona Electors Vote Bush
  • Transition of Power: Cheney Emphasizes Inclusiveness of Coming Cabinet
  • Will the Presidential Chaos Serve as a Wonderful Civics Lesson for America?
  • Historian Carol Berkin Discusses the Electoral College
  • Wyoming Secretary of State Discusses His Friendship With Dick Cheney
  • How is General Colin Powell Viewed Globally?
  • The Electors Vote: West Virginia Casts 5 Votes For George W. Bush
  • Wolf Blitzer Previews new Show, Interview with Cheney
  • Transition of Power: George W. Bush Takes Victory Lap in Washington, Meets With Congressional Leaders, Fed Chairman Greenspan
  • The Electors Vote: Wisconsin Elector Discusses Pledging of Ballots to Gore
  • The Electors Vote: Cheney to Take on Less High-Profile Role Once Administration in Place
  • The Electors Vote: West Virginia Unlikely to See Any GOP Defectors
  • The Electors Vote: Historian Carol Berkin Discusses Electoral College
  • Transition of Power: Bush Meets with Power Players in Washington
  • December 15, 2000

  • Tennis Star Venus Williams Signs $40 Million Deal with Reebok
  • Thom Nulty Gives a Primer on Surviving Holiday Travel
  • California: Search Under Way for Woman Who Disappeared from Plane in Mid-Flight
  • FBI Agents Protest Possible Pardon for Native American Activist
  • Airline Labor Problems Compound Holiday Travel Crunch
  • Gallup Poll: How Do Americans Feel About the Christmas Shopping Experience?
  • Bush Likely to Name Colin Powell as Secretary of State; President-elect's Team Shifts From Legal Battles to Transition
  • What Else Happened During Election 2000?
  • AOL-Time Warner Merger May Affect All American Internet Use
  • George W. Bush The Next President: New Team Busy Trying to Complete Lineup
  • California Energy Shortages Could Last Years
  • FBI Employees Rally Against Clemency for Leonard Peltier
  • Election 2000: Bush Meeting With Sen. John Breaux Today; May Make First Appointments Tomorrow, Spokesman Says
  • Chartered California Flight Lands With Passenger Missing
  • George W. Bush The Next President: First Cabinet Announcements Could Come Over Weekend; New Administration Looking for Efficient Managers
  • Gallup Poll: 57 percent of Americans do not Enjoy Christmas Shopping
  • Cold Weather and Statewide Energy Crisis May Cause Problems for Citrus Farmers and Consumers in California
  • Lame-Duck Lawmakers Prepare to Vote on Budget, Set Priorities Under Bush
  • 'Business Week': Fed 'Getting Exactly What They Wanted' in Cooling Economy
  • December 14, 2000

  • What's the Psychology of Losing?
  • How Will the U.S. Supreme Court be Affected by Election 2000?
  • How Does Election 2000 Compare to Other Unorthodox Presidential Races of Past?
  • How Does the Public Perceive President-Elect Bush?
  • Federal Trade Commission Approves AOL and Time Warner Merger
  • George W. Bush, The Next President: Gore Shirks Spotlight, Senate Stresses Bipartisanship
  • George W. Bush, The Next President: Elected Administration Begins Transition Efforts in Earnest
  • CNN 20: CNN Looks Back on the Bosnian Peace Treaty, December 14, 1995
  • Snow, Ice Make Travel Treacherous in Northeast
  • George W. Bush Focuses on Transition and Reconciliation
  • FTC Approves Merger of AOL and Time Warner
  • George W. Bush The Next President: Gore Not Saying If He'll Run Again
  • Election 2000: Author Ron Kessler Discusses Bush's Transition to White House
  • Side-Impact Air Bags: Do They Save Lives?
  • Federal Trade Commission Approves AOL-Time Warner Merger
  • Election 2000: Bush in Austin, Taking World Leaders' Calls of Congratulation
  • December 13, 2000

  • CNN 20: Media Coverage of the Pope
  • Jesse Jackson Questions Legitimacy of Bush Presidency
  • USS Cole Arrives Back in States for Repair
  • December 12, 2000

  • New Information Revealed on USS Cole Bombing Suspect
  • Milosevic Still Defiant
  • Voices: What Should the New President Do First?
  • Presidential Candidates Await Word from High Court
  • Federal Court Judge Will Not Force Delta Pilots to Work Overtime
  • A Merry Christmas for 25-Year-Old All-Star Alex Rodriguez
  • The Florida Vote: U.S. Supreme Court Decision Expected Today; State Lawmakers Poised to Appoint Bush Electors; Absentee Ballots Ruling Sought
  • Election 2000: Gore Awaits U.S. Supreme Court Decision; Bush Continues Work on Possible Transition
  • Election 2000: George Washington University Law Professor Discusses Supreme Court's Impending Decision
  • Sentimental Journey: Clinton Returns to Ireland with Mixed Reaction
  • O'Hare International Airport Spokeswoman Discusses Impact of Fierce Winter Storm
  • Election 2000: Supreme Court Expected to Rule Today
  • December 11, 2000

  • CNN 20: Explosion in Mexico City, December 11, 1988
  • December 08, 2000

  • Apartment Building Collapses in Los Angeles
  • Election 2000: Rulings in Two Absentee Ballot Cases Delayed
  • Ruling Expected Shortly in Seminole and Martin Counties
  • Election 2000: Gore, Bush Teams Await Decisions from Florida Courts
  • Space Shuttle Endeavor Crew Boards International Space Station
  • Election 2000: Florida Supreme Court Could Have Final Word on Who Will Become President
  • The Florida Vote: Judges Postpone Pivotal Decisions on Absentee Ballots
  • December 07, 2000

  • CNN 20: Commuter Train Shooting, December 7, 1993
  • Election 2000: Gore Campaign Takes Contest Before Florida Supreme Court; Closing Arguments Set to Begin in Seminole County Case
  • December 06, 2000

  • Californians Must Conserve Power When Illuminating Holiday Season
  • Election Deadlock is Draining Dollars From D.C. Businesses
  • The Florida Vote: Seminole and Martin County Cases Get Under Way; Bush Campaign Confident of Victory
  • CNN 20: Hugo Chavez Wins Election, December 6, 1998
  • Election 2000: Gore and Bush Camps Turn in Briefs to Florida Supreme Court
  • AMA Looks to Legalize Over-the-Counter Sale of Morning-After Pills
  • Russian Court Sentences U.S. Businessman Edmond Pope to 20 Years for Espionage
  • Election 2000: Legal Action Continues in Florida Cases; Florida's Electors Have Common Goals
  • December 05, 2000

  • Florida Supreme Court Expedites Consideration of Gore Appeal
  • Election 2000: Legal Rulings Could Decide Presidency By Next Week
  • Voices: Do You Understand All the Legal Ups and Downs?
  • Fed Chairman May Help Ensure Soft Landing for Economy
  • CNN 20: Gingrich Becomes GOP Speaker, December 5, 1994
  • Election 2000: Florida Supreme Court Will Hear Oral Arguments Thursday
  • Election 2000; Pardon My Vote
  • Former President Bush Undergoes Hip Replacement Surgery
  • Election 2000: Bush Plans Transition, Gore Hopes for Florida Supreme Court Victory
  • Election 2000: Gore Attorney Boies Says Florida Supreme Court Will Have Final Say; Other Cases Pending
  • December 01, 2000

  • CNN 20: Alvin Ailey Dies, December 1, 1989
  • Miami-Dade Ballots Arrive at Leon County Courthouse
  • Why Has the Supreme Court Been So Reluctant to Allow Cameras and Audiotapes?
  • U.S. Supreme Court Hears Bush Recount Challenge
  • Voices: Americans Discuss the Vote
  • November 30, 2000

  • Endeavour Set for Launch to International Space Station
  • Gallup Poll: American Public Satisfied Not to Have Cameras in the Supreme Court
  • Election 2000: U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Bush Recount Challenge Friday
  • Election 2000: Miami-Dade County Ballots Set to Transferred to Tallahassee Tomorrow
  • The Florida Vote: Both Campaigns Focus on Possible Transitions to White House
  • Campaign 2000: Historian Richard Shenkman Compares Present Decisions About Florida's Electors to Events of Past
  • The Florida Vote: Gore Attorney David Boies Discusses Efforts to Get Ballots Counted in Election Contest
  • The Florida Vote: Three Individuals Bet on Bush for President
  • Election 2000: Florida Legislative Committee Recommends Special Session to Name State's Electors; Gore Lawyers to Argue Constitutionality
  • Gallup Poll: Americans Fairly Pleased With Media Coverage of Election
  • Election 2000: 400,000-Plus Ballots on the Road to Tallahassee; Florida Legislature Closer to Appointing Electors
  • November 29, 2000

  • Elton John Puts His Wardrobe on the Market to Benefit AIDS Foundation
  • Israelis Brace Themselves for Election
  • Researchers Making Progress on Ebola Vaccine
  • What do Californians Think About the Presidential Deadlock?
  • The Florida Vote: Official Palm Beach County Vote Gives Gore Additional 188
  • The Florida Vote: State Lawmakers Consider Appointing Electors; Thousands of Disputed Ballots Headed to Tallahassee Courthouse
  • Election 2000: Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore Thinks Gore Should Concede
  • Election 2000: Kentucky Governor Paul Patton Urges Hand Recount of Presidential Votes in Florida
  • The Florida Vote: Dade, Palm Beach Ballots Moving to Tallahassee Courthouse; State Lawmakers to Consider Appointing Electors
  • November 28, 2000

  • Polls Show Americans Are Losing Patience With Florida Recounts and Lawsuits
  • What New Technology Entering the Market May Improve Your Life?
  • Bush Campaign Challenges Validity of Hand Counts
  • Conservative Group Inspecting Palm Beach Punch Ballots
  • The Florida Vote: Gore Camp Continues Fight for Further Ballot Counts
  • The Florida Vote: Bush Camp Focuses on Transition to White House
  • The Florida Vote: Ballots Continue to be Disputed, More Litigation to Come
  • Election 2000: Gore Considers Cabinet Appointments
  • Election 2000: Bush Considers Cabinet Appointments with Chief of Staff
  • The Florida Vote: Bush Team Introduces New Lawyers; Lawmakers Maybe Moving Into the Fray; Judicial Watch to Examine Palm Beach County Ballots
  • November 27, 2000

  • Florida FOIA Could Give Private Citizens Access to Presidential Ballots
  • Voters Sue Palm Beach County Over Butterfly Ballot
  • Congressman J.C. Watts Speaks Out in Support of Governor Bush
  • The Florida Vote: Supreme Court to Hear Bush Campaign's Appeal of Florida Supreme Court Ruling
  • Bush Campaign Awaits Decision on Delay of U.S. Circuit Court Appeal
  • Election 2000: Despite Bush's Florida Victory, Long Road of Legal Challenges Lie Ahead
  • Election 2000 Officially Enters Contest Phase
  • Senator Tom Daschle and Congressman Dick Gephardt Speak Out in Support of Al Gore
  • The Florida Vote: U.S. Supreme Court to Step Into Fray on Friday
  • November 24, 2000

  • Republican Protesters in Broward County Call for Gore to Concede
  • Making the Moost of it: And a Chad Shall Lead Them
  • Election 2000: U.S. Supreme Court Considers Bush Appeal; Recounts Continue in Palm Beach and Broward County
  • The Florida Recount: Hearing Set to Get Under Way for Reexamination of Military Ballots
  • Retailers Offer Incentives for Holiday Shoppers
  • Weekend Spelunker Discovers Indian Cave Drawings in Wisconsin
  • Ancient Cave Drawings Discovered in Wisconsin
  • Amazon Suffers Brief Outage; Shoppers Inundate Stores in Search of Holiday Bargains
  • The Florida Recount: Both Bush, Gore Campaigns Set to Contest Votes; Palm Beach County Continues Manual Tally
  • November 23, 2000

  • Dick Cheney Celebrates Thanksgiving in Good Condition
  • Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Continues 76-year-old Tradition
  • Elian Gonzalez, One Year Later
  • Will the Current Bush and Gore Legal Challenges be Successful?
  • Making the Moost of it: Down for the Count
  • The Florida Recount: Candidates Enjoy Low-Key Holiday
  • CNN 20: Hijacked Ethiopian Plane Crashes, November 23, 1996
  • Broward County Continues Recounting Contested Ballots
  • An Emotional Voyage: World War II Veteran Leads Expedition to Find Warship Wreckage 50 Years After it Sank Beneath Him
  • Turkey Redux: Handling Leftovers Safely
  • The Florida Recount: Bush Camp Will Fight Gore Attorneys' Action to Mandate Manual Vote Count in Miami-Dade County
  • Sibling Unity: 'Hero' Mom in Moscow Cares for 19 Children
  • Election 2000: Bush Team Files Response to Gore Recount Appeal
  • No Rest for Weary Gore and Bush Campaigns on Thanksgiving Holiday; Broward County Continues to Sort Through Disputed Ballots
  • November 22, 2000

  • Florida Recount: Miami-Dade County Canvassing Board Votes to Halt Recount
  • Miami-Dade County Canvassing Board Decides to End Hand Recount of Ballots
  • November 21, 2000

  • 'Technogadget Guy' Discusses Holiday Gift Ideas
  • Presidential Campaigns of Al Gore and George W. Bush Await Decision by Florida Supreme Court
  • Commissioner of Buffalo Emergency Services Discusses Response to Massive Snowfall
  • The Florida Recount: Miami-Dade County Counts Continue Despite Republican Objections
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Barak Expresses Regret Over Egypt's Ambassador Recall; Clinton Urges Sides to Remain Engaged in Peace Process
  • 'Air Transport World': Airline Labor Disputes Could Cause Holiday Delays
  • The Florida Recount: Americans Will Have to Hold Their Breath for Supreme Court's Decision
  • Buffalo Resident Discusses Paralyzing Snow Storm
  • Thanksgiving Weekend Expected to be Busiest in Aviation's History
  • Election 2000: Bush Campaign Attorney Discusses Democrats' Challenge to Loosen Local Palm Beach County Standards on What Constitutes a Vote
  • The Florida Recount: World Awaits Judgment of High Court Deliberating Fate of Hand-Counted Ballots; Broward County Nearly Finished
  • November 20, 2000

  • Bush Campaign Spokesman Discusses the Tallying of Florida's Presidential Ballots
  • Florida Recount: Tourists at Lincoln Memorial Discuss Unresolved Election
  • Gallup Poll: Less Than 15 Percent of Americans Believe Florida Election Dilemma a Crisis
  • Former Elections Director David Cardwell Discusses Florida Supreme Court Justices
  • Election 2000: Florida State Supreme Court Ready to Consider Recounts, Even as Recounts Continue
  • Election 2000: Florida Supreme Court to Hear Arguments on Hand Recounts
  • November 17, 2000

  • The Florida Recount: Judge Rules That Broward County can Continue Manual Counts
  • The Florida Recount: Democratic, Republican Attorneys Discuss Judge's Decision to Allow Broward County Manual Tally
  • The Florida Recount: Public Relations, Legal Action Equally Important in Fight for White House
  • The Florida Recount: Republicans, Democrats may Challenge one Another on Legitimacy of Specific Overseas Absentee Ballots
  • Florida Recount: Democrats Suffer Major Setback in Florida Circuit Court Ruling
  • Leonid Meteor Shower Streaks the Sky Every November
  • Election 2000: New Mexico Has Special Method to Settle Political Disputes
  • November 16, 2000

  • Election 2000: Bush Campaign Will Not Contest Iowa Election Results
  • November 15, 2000

  • CNN 20: President Bush Signs Clean Air Act, November 15, 1990
  • Comdex Show in Las Vegas Showcases Latest Video and Computer Technology
  • New Yorkers, Los Angelinos Sound off on Presidential Election
  • New Yorkers Comment on Florida Recount
  • Americans Still Waiting for Recounts to End in Florida
  • Crisis in the Middle East: New Round of Violence as Push for Peace Flounders
  • Woman Has Tumors Removed From Heart Through its Complete Removal and Replacement
  • November 14, 2000

  • Vice President Gore Maintains Lead in Iowa
  • Al Gore Pulls Ahead in New Mexico
  • Election Controversy in Florida Continues to Hold America's Attention
  • Arthritis Drug Appears to Alleviate Some Symptoms of Congestive Heart Failure
  • Discovery of Mechanical Errors Gives Gore Sizable Lead in New Mexico
  • November 13, 2000

  • Comdex Fall 2000 Opens in Las Vegas
  • Iowa Representative Says Two-Point Gore Lead Stands in Cedar County
  • The Florida Recount: Republicans to Appeal Federal Court Decision
  • Florida on Track to Decide by Saturday
  • The Florida Recount: Legal Challenges Continue from Both Sides
  • Secretary of the Navy Says USS Cole to Be Repaired
  • November 10, 2000

  • The Florida Recount: Many Believe Political Process Should be Allowed to Run its Course
  • The Florida Recount: Election may Hinge on Overseas Military Ballots
  • The Florida Recount: Gore Camp Will Await Final Count Before Discussing Strategy
  • Former Florida Elections Division Head David Cardwell Discusses Recount Process
  • The Florida Recount: Gore Camp Believes They Can Win on Recount Alone
  • The Florida Recount: Bush Campaign Hopes Gore Camp Will Concede Loss of Florida
  • The Florida Recount: Rhetorical Battle Heats Up in Tallahassee; Judge Grants Temporary Injunction on Behalf of Two Voters
  • Radiation Therapy can Increase Heart Surgery Success
  • Election 2000: Gore and Bush Teams Differ Widely on Plans for Establishing Florida Vote Count
  • November 09, 2000

  • The Florida Recount: Legal, Political Matters Could Delay Election Results for Days
  • Federal Lawsuit Challenging Palm Beach County Election Results is Withdrawn
  • Election 2000: Americans Sound Off About the Florida Election Recount
  • Latest Israeli Attack in Middle East Deters White House Peace Talks
  • The Florida Recount: Bush, Gore Campaigns Exchange Criticisms in Dispute Over Alleged Voting Irregularities
  • Election 2000: Florida Voting Irregularities Could Cause Difficult, Even Constitutional, Problems
  • The Florida Recount: Political Action Taken in Floridian Courtrooms, Streets
  • People Have Different Reactions to State of Election
  • The Florida Recount: Gore Camp Decries 'Bluster and Arrogance' as Bush Holds Transition Meetings in Austin
  • Election 2000: Florida Recount Spurs Legal Action and Protests; Official Press Conference to Be Held at 5:00 Tonight
  • November 08, 2000

  • CNN 20: GOP Wins Control of Congress, November 8, 1994
  • CNN 20: George Bush Wins Election
  • November 07, 2000

  • Election Day 2000: Americans Stress Importance of Voting
  • Election Day 2000: Lake County, Illinois Residents Discuss Their Votes
  • President Selects George Mitchell to Head Commission on Middle East Violence
  • Election Day 2000: Voters Seem to be Turning Out in Droves
  • Election Day 2000: Democrats, Republicans Court Latino, African-American Votes
  • Election Day 2000: Bush, Gore Vote, Await Results
  • Election 2000: 42 States Have Ballot Initiatives, Some Controversial
  • Election Day 2000: Touch-Screen Voting Introduced in Riverside County, California
  • Election Day 2000: Early on, Voter Turnout Seems High Across U.S.
  • Virginia Gore Supporter Discusses Her Decision to 'Trade' Vote to Green Party
  • Election Day 2000: Lake Forest, Illinois Voters Discuss High Turnout
  • Election Day 2000: Candidates Cast Ballots and Await Results with Confidence
  • November 06, 2000

  • CNN 20: President Reagan Wins Reelection, November 6, 1984
  • Doctors Perform Controversial Conjoined Twin Separation in England
  • Gallup Poll: Will the Nader Factor Play a Major Role on Election Day?
  • Election 2000: Gore Senior Adviser Discusses Strategy for Campaign's Final Hours
  • Election 2000: Michigan Crucial for Both Presidential Campaigns
  • Delaware Senate Race Too Close to Call
  • Hillary Clinton on a First-Name Basis With Voters
  • Election 2000, The Last Day: 'Macomb Daily' Reporter Chad Selweski Discusses Apparent Gore Lead in Michigan Battleground
  • Election Almanac: Voting Machines of Past and Present
  • Candidates Try to Make Most of Last Hours of Election
  • November 03, 2000

  • CNN 20: Bill Clinton Wins Election, November 3, 1992
  • Crisis in the Middle East: President Clinton to Meet With Arafat and Barak
  • Darryl Strawberry Pleads for Court's Mercy after Breaking Parole in Suicidal Drug Binge
  • Election 2000, Four Days to Go: MADD Founder Candace Lightner Discusses 1976 Bush DUI Arrest
  • Election 2000, Four Days to Go: Democratic Activist Behind Bush DUI Leak Denies Connection to Gore Campaign
  • More Than 200 Surviving USS Cole Crewmembers Arrive at Norfolk Naval Base
  • California School Board Candidate Runs on 'No Homework' Platform
  • Election 2000: Presidential Front-Runners 'Undress' for Success
  • One for the Road? Drinking and Driving Not a High Priority in the '70s
  • Bush DUI Arrest Fallout: Source Denies Connection to Gore Campaign
  • USS Cole Survivors Come Home to Heroes' Welcome
  • Families Anxiously Await Homecoming of USS Cole Attack Survivors
  • Election 2000, Four Days to Go: Political Focus Remains on 1976 Bush DUI Conviction
  • November 02, 2000

  • Chief Strategist for Rock the Vote Stresses Need for Increased Youth Involvement
  • Firestone Trying to Rebuild Trust With its Dealers, Customers
  • Singapore Airlines Crash: Tragic Stories Abound at Taipei Hospital's Intensive Care Unit
  • Election 2000: Trend Toward Voter Apathy Expected to Continue
  • EPA to Seriously Examine Biotech Corn's Impact on Humans
  • Election 2000, Five Days to Go: Candidates Maintain Assault on Key Battleground States; Nader Factor at Play in Wisconsin
  • Car Bombing Kills Two in Jerusalem
  • Controversial California Proposition Would Give Some Drug Offenders Treatment, Not Jail Time
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Israeli, Palestinian Hackers Incite War of Words in Cyberspace
  • : Campaign 2000, Five Days to Go: Bush, Gore Battling Over Wisconsin's 11 Electoral Votes
  • First Crew of International Space Station Begins Crucial Operations
  • November 01, 2000

  • Political Ads Take on Harsh Tone as Election Draws Near
  • Campaign Ad Wars to Turn Ugly in Final Days Before Election
  • Pentagon Trying to Determine Whether Children Born to Camp Lejeune Marines Harmed By Contaminated Water From 1968 to 1985
  • Yemeni Prime Minister Pledges Increased Cooperation in USS Cole Investigation
  • Marine Corps Trying to Determine If Contaminated Water Harmed Children at Camp Lejeune
  • Gore Emphasizes Social Security in Florida, a Traditionally Republican State
  • Russians Watch U.S. Presidential Election With Mix of Curiosity, Fascination, Apprehension
  • Singapore Airlines Crash: U.S. Experts to Join Investigation; Family Members Gather Near Airport with Taiwan's President
  • October 30, 2000

  • George W. Bush Stumps in New Mexico as Election Day Draws Nearer
  • Bush Campaign Hoping to Capitalize on Nader's Candidacy in Washington State
  • Worst Storm in Years Brings Chaos to Britain
  • Ron Faucheux Analyzes the Last-Minute Hunt for Electoral Votes
  • Al Gore Outlines His Campaign's 'Closing Arguments'
  • Gore and Bush Hit Final Campaign Stretch
  • Election 2000, Eight Days to Go: Gore Facing Tough Opposition in Washington State
  • October 27, 2000

  • Congress Addresses Need to Tighten Naval Security
  • Hackers Penetrate Microsoft Company Computer Network
  • Independently-Funded Pro-Bush Ad Causes Controversy
  • GOP 'Backing Off' After President Clinton Threatens to Veto Tax Bill
  • President to Defend Vetoing Republican-Sponsored Tax Cut Bill
  • October 26, 2000

  • Float-Making Company Prepares for World Series Parade
  • NASA Announces Scaled-Down Mars Program
  • Defibrillators' Success in Preventing Death after Cardiac Arrest Leads to Calls for Widespread Use
  • Gene Therapy Research May Relieve Parkinson's Disease
  • Vatican-Appointed Commission Raises New Questions about the Vatican's Role in the Holocaust
  • U.N. Report Shows Pollution Contributes to Global Warming
  • New Evidence Suggests 23 People Awaited Rescue After Russian Submarine Kursk was Immobilized
  • October 25, 2000

  • After 4 Days, Siberian Tiger Climbs Down From Tree
  • New Study Suggests Digital Divide is Evening Out
  • Subway Series: Coffee, Eggs Served Up With Side of Baseball at New York Diner
  • Former Russian Prime Minister Plans to Sue George W. Bush
  • Gallup Poll: Stock Market Concerns Low on List of Important Issues for Voters in Presidential Election
  • Starbucks Manager Mary Champaine Discusses Winning $87M California Lottery
  • Congress, President to Cooperate to Give Tax Cuts
  • Sony's New Playstation 2 Hopes to Receive Rave Reviews by Kids, Parents
  • Thirteen Starbucks Coffee House Employees Win $87M California State Lottery Jackpot
  • AT&T Confirms 4-Way Split
  • October 24, 2000

  • 'Technogadget Guy' Analyzes Playstation 2
  • Subway Series has Fans Scrambling for Memorabilia
  • U.S. Forces in Bahrain, Qatar on Highest State of Alert
  • Battleground States Reveal an Uncharacteristic Election
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Chief Israeli, Palestinian Negotiators Sher, Erakat Discuss Prospects for Peace After Weeks of Violence
  • Subway Series Awakens New York History
  • Inventor Develops Personal Helicopter
  • Center for Science in the Public Interest Finds Much Greek Food Is Too Fatty
  • Crisis in the Middle East: As Barak Tries to Put Together Emergency Government, More Violence in the Streets
  • U.S. Forces in Qatar and Bahrain on Highest Possible Security Alert
  • October 23, 2000

  • Tentative Deal Reached in Commercial Actors Strike
  • Delaying Motherhood: New Techniques May Help Preserve Women's Fertility
  • Election 2000: Bush, Gore Campaigns Launch Offensives in Key States
  • Crisis in the Middle East: More Rocks, Bullets Fly Outside Jerusalem as Israel's Prime Minister Scrambles to Secure Coalition Government
  • North Korea Exhibits Intriguing Signs of Change
  • Gallup Poll: Bush Leads Gore by Nine Points
  • Holland: New Rules Aimed at Leveling Wall Street Trading Field Causing Some Market Instability
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Sporadic Incidents of Violence Continue in West Bank, Gaza Strip; Rhetoric Fans Rising Tensions
  • October 20, 2000

  • New York Senate Candidates Divided on Teams They Support in Subway Series
  • Ingredient in Popular Cold Medicines May Increase Risk of Stroke
  • Retired Chicago Police Detective Chief Accused of Running Multimillion-Dollar Theft Ring
  • Bioengineering Perfect Crops Takes Exacting Science
  • Microsoft's Paul Allen Donates $10 Million to SETI
  • State Department Warns Travelers to Avoid Parts of Middle East
  • Violence in Israel Threatens to End Peace Process
  • October 19, 2000

  • President's Cup: Will Tiger be Great?
  • Crisis in the Middle East: New Violence Today Reflects Difficulty Implementing Sharm el-Sheikh Cease-Fire
  • Fishermen Shipwrecked for 13 Days Survive
  • Israeli-Palestinian Gun Battle Threatens Recent Truce
  • USS Cole Investigation: Senate Questions Navy's Decision to Refuel in Yemeni Port
  • American Dietetic Association Under Fire for Accepting Funding From Food Makers
  • Ebola Virus Spreads through Uganda
  • State of Maine Defending New Law to Lower Prescription Costs for Seniors and the Uninsured
  • USS Cole Investigation: FBI Director Arrives in Yemen; Senate Committee Questions Wisdom of Sending Ship into Port of Aden
  • October 18, 2000

  • Midwest Express Airlines Workers Mull over Their Choice for President
  • USS Cole Bombing Investigation Continues With Yemen's Cooperation
  • 'Newsday' Sports Columnist Steve Jacobson Discusses New York's Subway Series
  • New York City Set for Subway Series After 44 Years
  • Jerusalem Suburb the Target of Intense Gunfire From Adjacent West Bank Village
  • Tech-Stock Value Balloon Deflates, Dow Dives
  • As Population Shrinks, Tiny Russian Villages Fade Into Countryside
  • Multinational Effort Aims to Cut Back Number of Illegal Immigrants
  • U.S. State Department Urges Americans to use Caution in Arabian Peninsula
  • Talk Diet: 'The Solution' for Weight Loss
  • After 44 Years, New York Enjoys Another Subway Series
  • Many Palestinians Vow to Fight On Despite Cease-Fire Agreement With Israel
  • USS Cole Attack: Navy Honors Fallen Sailors; Authorities Report Progress in Criminal Investigation
  • October 17, 2000

  • Latest Generation of Flat-Screen TVs Comes to Market
  • Train Derailment in England Leaves Four Dead, Dozens Injured
  • Poverty-Stricken Carriere, Mississippi, Have Little Faith in Presidential Election
  • Can Yasser Arafat Stop the Violence in the Middle East?
  • Striking Transit Workers in L.A. Reach Agreement with City
  • Candidates Will be on Guard for Unexpected Questions in Tonight's Debate
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Israeli-Palestinian Violence Continues Despite Peace Agreements
  • Candidates Will Stress Their Differences in Final Debate
  • Ebola Outbreak Confirmed in Uganda
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Barak, Arafat to Agree to Cease- Fire
  • Palestinian Group Calls for Escalation of Violence After Egyptian Summit
  • Judges to Decide Whether to Consolidate Firestone, Ford Tire Lawsuits
  • NTSB: Nine to 12 Months for Probable Cause on Governor Carnahan's Plane Crash
  • Despite Israeli-Palestinian Cease-Fire, Road to Mideast Peace is Rocky
  • October 16, 2000

  • USS Cole Attacked: Injured Sailor Discusses the Bombing
  • USS Cole Investigation: Yemeni President Calling Attack 'Criminal'
  • Attack on the Cole: Parents of Missing Sailor Help Wounded
  • Bush Holds Slight Lead Over Gore Heading into Third Debate
  • Crisis in the Middle East: International VIPs Trying to Stitch Together Truce Between Israelis and Palestinians
  • Crisis in the Middle East: What Will the Peace Conference Accomplish?
  • Prognosis Is Good for Sailors Injured in USS Cole Attack
  • Gallup Poll: How Concerned Are Americans About War in the Middle East?
  • Thousands Assemble on National Mall For Million Family March
  • Mideast Summit Begins and Violence Continues in Israel
  • October 13, 2000

  • For Families of U.S.S. Cole Sailor, No News is Bad News
  • Commemorative Service to be Held in Norfolk for U.S.S. Cole Victims
  • U.S. Embassies in Middle East Close Doors for Weekend
  • Is the Unites States Losing Clout in the Middle East?
  • Navy Cares for Wounded From U.S.S. Cole
  • Work Under Way to Repair Damage to USS Cole
  • USS Cole Attacked: Investigators Converge on Yemen; Pentagon Focuses on Supporting Families of Victims
  • U.S.S. Cole's Wounded Receiving Prompt Care
  • U.S. Maintains Mideast Military Presence Worth the Risk
  • Families of USS Cole Sailors Gather in Norfolk
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Diplomatic Efforts Continue
  • October 11, 2000

  • Mayor of Cacak, Yugoslavia Played Major Role in Storming Parliament Building in Belgrade
  • Sporadic Fighting in Middle East Pushes Back Peace Talks
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Cultivating Palestinian Rage at Kalandia Refugee Camp
  • Diplomats Working for Mideast Peace Face Daunting Challenges
  • Election 2000: Gore and Bush Will Try to Shake Negative Images in Tonight's Debate
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Diplomatic Efforts Center on Fate of Three Israeli Soldiers in Hands of Hezbollah Guerrillas
  • Mr. Winkle: Abused Dog to Adored Calendar Model
  • Industry Watcher Sees Recruiting Women as Solution to High-Tech Labor Crunch
  • California Judge Expected to Force Ford to Recall Two Million Vehicles
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Sporadic Outbreaks of Violence in Gaza, West Bank, but Evidence of Ebbing Intensity
  • Middle East Peace Summit Sidelined
  • 42,000 Los Angeles County Workers Launch General Strike
  • Election 2000: Gore and Bush Prepare for Debate Number Two
  • October 10, 2000

  • 'Technogadget Guy' Reviews Digital Photo Technology
  • Former Russian President Boris Yeltsin Publishes His 'Midnight Diaries'
  • Crisis in the Middle East: West Bank Street Clashes Continue; Ramallah Hospital Reports Treating High-Velocity Bullet Wounds
  • Hopes of a Middle East Summit Dwindling
  • Firestone Tire Recall: Corporate Restructuring Not Expected to Deliver Much Impact
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Annan to Attempt to Smooth over Israeli-Lebanese Relations
  • Inventor Creates Device That Allows Gravestones to Give Biographies
  • Depression, Heart Disease May be Linked
  • Gallup Poll: Bush Leads Gore Following First Presidential Debate
  • Firestone to Tap U.S. CEO
  • Crisis in the Middle East: White House Struggles to Facilitate Emergency Palestinian-Israeli Peace Summit
  • October 09, 2000

  • Gallup Poll: Bush Leading Gore in Presidential Election
  • Ballooners Waiting for Their Chance to Fly
  • CDC Says Stairwells Can Lead to Better Health
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Violent Clashes Continue in West Bank
  • Government to Rate Vehicles on Their Potential for Rollover
  • Clinton Willing to Intervene in the Middle East; Where Does the Conflict Go from Here?
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Israel's Cabinet Prepares For Meeting
  • Yugoslav Revolution: President Kostunica Taking Steps to Consolidate Power
  • History Teachers Tackle the Complexities of Columbus
  • Treasure Hunt: Collecting the Wreckage of Blackbeard's Flagship
  • Israelis, Palestinians Continue to Blame Each Other as Time Seems to Run Out
  • Does the Polling of a Few Hundred Americans Accurately Represent the Views of Millions?
  • Yugoslav Revolution: Negotiations Under Way to Disband Parliament, Hold New Elections; EU Lifts Sanctions
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Diplomatic Initiatives Under Way Against Backdrop of Continuing West Bank Violence
  • October 06, 2000

  • Illinois Voters Respond to Vice Presidential Debate
  • Lazio Campaign Ad May Violate Terms of Soft Money Ban
  • Despite His Opposition to Milosevic, Yugoslav President-Elect Is Still a Serb Nationalist
  • Heavenly Wonders: Free-Floating Celestial Bodies have Scientists Questioning Planetary Theories
  • Time to Heal: Group Appointments Offer Greater Doctor Access
  • Vice Presidential Debates Don't Swing Voters in Chicago Suburb
  • No End in Sight to Violence in Jerusalem
  • Yugoslav Revolution: Milosevic Remains in Belgrade as Russian Prime Minister Recognizes Kostunica as President-Elect
  • Yugoslav Revolution: World Leaders Applaud Milosevic's Fall
  • Yugoslav Revolution: Slobodan Milosevic's Final Miscalculation Was to Hold the Last Election
  • Gore Hopes Victory in Florida Could Mean Winning the White House
  • Israeli Troops and Palestinian Civilians Clash For Eighth Straight Day
  • Yugoslav Revolution: Milosevic Plans to Stay in Politics
  • October 05, 2000

  • Liz Cheney Perry Previews Tonight's Vice Presidential Debate
  • Barak's Absence Derails Palestinian-Israeli Peace Talks
  • Gore Urges Milosevic to Relinquish Power
  • October 04, 2000

  • Not Voting a Proud Statement for Many Non-Voters
  • Anything Goes in the Waterlogged Streets of Miami
  • What Are the Benefits of Avoiding Retirement?
  • Marquette University Political Science Students Discuss Punditry
  • First County-Wide Ban of Driving While Cellular Instated in Suffolk County, New York
  • Political Science Students Weigh Debate's Impact
  • Election 2000: Marquette University American Politics Students Discuss Bush-Gore Presidential Debate
  • As Clashes Continue Throughout Gaza and the West Bank, Barak and Arafat Meet with Albright in Paris
  • Downpours Swamp South Florida, Force Evacuations
  • Israeli, Palestinian Leaders Open Paris Talks as Mideast Violence Claims More Victims
  • October 03, 2000

  • Newest Cordless Telephones Allow Conversations to Go Amazing Distances
  • Immigrants Granted Temporary Visas to Fill High-Tech Jobs Get Shortchanged
  • A Sister's Hope: 6-Year-Old Girl's Baby Brother Born to Save Her Life
  • Election 2000 Presidential Debate: Bush, Gore Set to Face Off in Boston
  • Cease-Fire Fails as Israelis, Palestinians Clash for Sixth Straight Day
  • Face-to-Face Meeting Between Arafat and Barak Less Likely as Israeli-Palestinian Violence Escalates
  • As Internet Grows, Availability of Good Web-Site Names Dwindles
  • Gallup Poll: One Quarter of Americans Expect Debate to Influence Election
  • Sticker Shock: Automakers Unveil 2001 Models
  • Congress Edges Closer to Lowering Drunk Driving Threshold
  • Presidential Candidates Preparing for High-Stakes Debate Tonight
  • October 02, 2000

  • Crisis of Confidence: Government Safety Officials Launch Investigation into Another Firestone Tire Model
  • Germans Appreciate Communist Kitsch
  • Recording Industry Calls on Federal Appeals Court to Shut Down Napster
  • Violence Escalates in the Gaza Strip
  • Election 2000: Debates Could Prove Decisive in Close Election
  • Supreme Court Begins New Term With Labor Arbitration Case, Upholds Exxon Valdez Award
  • Federal Appeals Court to Hear Napster Case Today; Music Fans Downloading at Record Rate
  • September 29, 2000

  • CNN 20: 'BURDEN OF PROOF' Debuts
  • New Museum Chronicles Women's Struggles
  • Sydney Games 2000: U.S. Dream Team Avoids Upset, Edges Lithuania
  • Further Violence at Jerusalem's Temple Mount Threatens Peace Process
  • Yugoslav Elections: Modest Turnout for Opposition Rally
  • School's Zero-Tolerance Policy Suspends Girl for Possession of Key Chain
  • Flu Vaccinations Will Be Delayed This Season
  • American Voices: Baltimore's Little Italy Open-Air Film Festival Draws Thousands Every Week
  • Britain's Prince William 'Upset' About Diana Book
  • September 28, 2000

  • Agilent's Photonic Switch Offers Internet Surfing at the Speed of Light
  • Right to Life Committee Warns of Abortion Pill's Dangers
  • Yugoslav President Milosevic Forces Second Round of Elections
  • Federal Court Awards Anna Nicole Smith $450M from Late Husband's Estate; Second Legal Battle Goes Forward in Houston
  • FDA Approves Abortion Pill
  • Marion Jones Wins Gold Medal Number Two, Sets her Sights on Number Three
  • Author Ken Dychtwald Discusses 'Age Power: How the 21st Century Will Be Ruled By the New Old'
  • Transportation Secretary Testifies before House Committee on Airline Delays
  • September 27, 2000

  • Tens of Thousands Gather in Downtown Belgrade to Celebrate Kostunica's Victory
  • Stopping Therapy: Researchers Trying to Get AIDS Patients Off Drugs
  • Champion Toppled: Russian Greco-Roman Wrestler Alexander Karelin Loses First International Match, Gold Medal
  • Ferry Boat Crash in Aegean Sea has No Apparent Cause
  • Economist Allen Smith Discusses 'The Alleged Budget Surplus, Social Security & Voodoo Economics'
  • CNN 20: Mark McGwire's 70th Home Run, September 27, 1998
  • New Survey Shows Changes in Attitudes Toward Mental Illness
  • Sydney Games 2000: U.S. Bests Cuba for Baseball Gold; Venus Williams Nabs Top Singles Medal; Lance Armstrong Finishes 13th in Road Cycling
  • Barring Reprieve, Convicted Murder Ricky McGinn Scheduled to Die by Lethal Injection Today in Texas
  • NTSB Releases Factual Report on Crash that Killed Payne Stewart and Five Others
  • Ferry Sinking Leaves at Least 59 Dead in the Aegean Sea
  • September 26, 2000

  • CNN 20: Astronaut Shannon Lucid Returns, September 26, 1996
  • Ed Curran: Latest Gadgets Get Rid of Wires
  • Owl vs. Owl in the Pacific Northwest
  • United Airlines Workers' Strike Could Cause Delays, Employee Discipline
  • FBI and Justice Department Staunchly Defend Lee Prosecution in Senate Hearing
  • Protests Turn Violent Outside IMF/World Bank Meeting in Prague
  • Crushed Grapes: Amateur Parisian Wine Makers Give it a Shot
  • Supreme Court Agrees to Hear PGA Tour Disability Appeal, Sends Microsoft Case to Lower Court
  • Anti-IMF/World Bank Demonstrations Become Violent
  • U.S. Olympic Shot Putter C.J. Hunter Promises to Fight Steroid Use Evidence
  • September 25, 2000

  • Battle in Seattle Breathes New Life into Protest Movement
  • Election 2000: Bush, Gore Lock Horns Over Medicare, Contrast Politics of Kissing
  • Black Gold: Understanding America's Psychology of Oil
  • Montenegro Boycotts Yugoslav Presidential Election
  • Boston Celtics Star Paul Pierce Stabbed in Early Morning Altercation
  • Remote Viewing: Olympic Diehards Turn to Canada for Live Broadcast
  • Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic Refuses to Concede Defeat
  • Gallup Poll: Bush Attracts More Women, Gains Slight Lead
  • U.S. Olympic Team Jarred by Doping Charges Involving Shot- Putter C.J. Hunter; Wife Marion Jones Facing Inevitable Suspicion
  • Yugoslav Elections: Milosevic Refuses to Concede as World Awaits Official Results From Presidential Vote
  • September 22, 2000

  • Animals Run Loose at Alaska Zoo After Vandals Break Cage Locks
  • U.S. Athletes Pile Up Medals at Olympics
  • British Court Rules Doctors May Separate Conjoined Twins Over Parental Objections
  • White House Publishes List of Overnight Guests
  • Frugal Shoppers Turn to Internet to Buy Gas
  • Dow Drops in Response to Intel's Sharp Decline
  • Sydney Games 2000: Fmr. Olympic Gymnast Joan Moore-Gnat Discusses Vaulting Horse Controversy
  • Reinhardt: Market Overreacts to Intel Warning
  • British Court Rules That One Conjoined Twin Can Be Killed to Save Other
  • President Clinton Mulls Question of Tapping Strategic Oil Reserve; White House to Release List of Lincoln Bedroom Guests
  • September 21, 2000

  • Chicago Improv Breaks Down Barriers Between Police, Teenagers
  • Sydney 2000: Krayzelburg Leads U.S. Charge in the Pool; U.S. Men's Basketball Team Flirts with Embarrassment
  • Tire Troubles: Tips For the Wheel-Worried
  • International Measuring Project May Make Everything From Clothes to Plane Seats More Comfortable
  • Tire Testing at Goodyear
  • Higher Oil Prices Mean Electricity Bill Hikes
  • David Paro of SFX Sports Discusses NBC's Poor Olympic Ratings
  • Firestone Tire Hearings: Two House Subcommittees Look to Determine Whether Safety Standards Need to be Updated
  • British Spy Headquarters Attacked
  • New York Lawyer Charged With Racketeering, Aiding Immigrant Smugglers
  • House Committee Demands Answers From Clinton Administration About Price of Winter Heating Oil
  • September 20, 2000

  • Whitewater Report Clears Clintons of Wrongdoing
  • 'Technogadget Guy' Reviews Portable DVD Players
  • U.N. Report Documents Women's Hardships
  • Instability of Oil Producing Nations Could Aggravate Oil Crisis
  • Survivor of Crashed Cuban Plane Hospitalized in Florida
  • Instability of Oil Producing Nations Could Aggravate Oil Crisis
  • Talks Get Under Way in Attempt to Settle L.A. Mass Transit Strike
  • British Panel Urges Government to Track Earth-Threatening Asteroids
  • New Study Raises Questions About Mammography's Efficacy
  • Whitewater Investigation Reveals Insufficient Evidence
  • Australian Post Office Honors Country's Olympic Winners
  • LAPD Officer Comes Clean on Department Corruption
  • Eight Cuban Airplane Refugees to Be Transferred to Coast Guard Cutter
  • September 19, 2000

  • Senate Approves Trade Agreement with China
  • Continental General to Replace 16-Inch ContiTrac AS Tires
  • Senate Expected to Pass PNTR with China
  • Researchers Seek More Objective Methods for Diagnosing ADHD
  • President Clinton Signs Measure Aimed at Helping Federal Employees Obtain Long-Term Care
  • September 18, 2000

  • American-Sponsored Tribute to Raisa Gorbachev Restored in Moscow
  • European Union: Emergency Meeting of Transport Ministers Set for this Week
  • George W. Bush Failing to Eat Into Gore's Lead
  • Gallup Poll: Gore Leads Bush in Presidential Race
  • Firefighters Scrambling to Protect Homes in Boulder, Colorado Area
  • Strike by Transit Workers in L.A. Stranding Thousands
  • A New Birdhouse for the 'Spruce Goose'
  • Gallup Poll: 74 Percent of Americans Like Idea of Federal Tax Cut
  • Strike by Transit Workers in L.A. Stranding Thousands
  • Sydney Games 2000: Navigating the Olympics Online
  • Report Criticizes Americans' Hand-Washing Practices
  • September 15, 2000

  • CNN 20: Hurricane Floyd
  • New York City Investigation Under Way in Cases of Contaminated Bottled Water
  • Election 2000: Karenna Gore Schiff Discusses Her Father's Campaign and Courting the Youth Vote
  • Sports Agent John Mascatello Discusses Tiger Woods' Breakthrough Deal with Nike
  • Gallup Poll: Track and Field the Most Popular Olympic Event Among American Viewers
  • Rottweilers Killed More People in Past Decade than Any Other Breed
  • Unspoiled Kangaroo Island, Australia, Home to Numerous Species
  • Liquid Hydrogen May Become Popular Future Fuel
  • Sydney's Opening Ceremonies Mark Official Beginning of 2000 Olympic Games
  • Quality Control Questions Tarnishing 'Made in Japan' Label
  • Election 2000: Stars Help Gore Become Democratic $6-million Man
  • September 14, 2000

  • Seminole Indians: Alligator Wrestlers Wanted, Will Train
  • Surfing the Dictionary for Words That Are Changing the Way We Speak
  • Michael J. Fox Urges Congress to Approve Stem Cell Research
  • Toxic Gasses in Fort Worth, Texas Hospital Sicken More Than 30 People
  • House Judiciary Committee Minority Counsel and Rep. Boehner Debate Merits of Latest Fund-Raising Charges Against Gore
  • CNN 20: 1994 Baseball Strike, September 14, 1994
  • Protesters Suspend Massive Fuel Blockade in Britain
  • Olympic Athletes Benefit From High-Tech Training
  • Gore's Fund-Raising Practices Again the Subject of Justice Department Scrutiny
  • Flying on Empty: Pilots and Airlines Disagree on Rest Time
  • Uncovering the Bells and Whistles of Windows ME
  • Stem-Cell Research Could Lead to Parkinson's Cure
  • September 13, 2000

  • British Judges to Decide Fate of Conjoined Twins
  • Smog Buster: California Makes Inspections Easy on the Wallet
  • Gas Crisis Shutting Down Much of London
  • Former Indiana University Basketball Coach Bob Knight Denies Knowing Specifics of Zero Tolerance Policy
  • Congress Examines Long-Term Care Policies
  • Congress Thrashes Hollywood for Violence in Children's Entertainment
  • Salinas High School Students Protest No Thong Underwear Policy
  • Organization Crusades Against Violent Entertainment Aimed at Kids
  • Archaeologists Hope to Link Ancient Yemen Temple to Queen of Sheba
  • SUVs Fail Low-Speed Crash Tests
  • September 12, 2000

  • Ed Curran Discusses Search for Invention Contest Winners
  • Kurt Warner Discusses His 'Story of Faith, Football and the Miracle Season'
  • Moving Day on International Space Station
  • Selma, Alabama Mayoral Election Under Way With Strong Racial Undertones
  • Congressional Hearings With Ford, Firestone, NHTSA May Result in New Legislation
  • Bush Campaign Suffers Repeated Gaffes
  • Four-Year-Old Already an Experienced Skateboarder
  • Researchers Find That Children Are Easily Addicted to Cigarettes
  • Russians Cast Mock Ballots in U.S. Presidential Election
  • 'Advertising Age': Appearance of Word 'RATS' in RNC Ad Probably Unintentional
  • Central Japan Hobbled by Record Rain, Flash Floods, Mudslides
  • Fuel Tax Protests Flood Across England
  • Ford, Firestone Reluctant to Take Responsibility for Faulty Tires
  • September 11, 2000

  • Australian Media Betting Dawn Fraser Will Light Olympic Flame
  • High-Tech House Gives Its Residents Independence
  • Government Reaches Plea Agreement With Wen Ho Lee
  • Bob Knight Firing Throws Hoosier Program Into Disarray
  • Gas Prices Trigger Days of Protest Across Europe
  • Wen Ho Lee Expected to Plead Guilty to One Count, Walk Free on Time Served
  • Senior Citizens Finding Love on the Internet
  • IMAX Filmmakers Discuss 'Ocean Oasis' Featuring Sea of Cortez
  • Former Los Alamos Scientist Wen Ho Lee Reaches Plea Agreement With Prosecutors
  • Bob Knight to Give His Take on Dismissal
  • September 08, 2000

  • Millennium Summit Enters Third and Final Day
  • Protesting Truckers Choke Roads, Supplies to France's Gas Stations
  • Gallup Poll: Presidential Race Dead Even; Americans Anticipate Gore to Win Debates
  • Indianapolis Police Open Fire on Suspected Drug Dealer as He Tries to Run Them over in SUV
  • NATO Allies Test Submarine Rescue Operations
  • CNN 20: Mark McGwire Breaks Record, September 8, 1998
  • Aryan Nation Hit with $6.3M Judgment in Civil Suit
  • Space Shuttle Atlantis Mission Flows Smoothly
  • Sydney Harbor Bridge: Scanning Australia From a Bird's-Eye View
  • United Airliner and Stealth Fighter Pass `Too Close for Comfort'
  • September 07, 2000

  • Iranian President Khatami Pushes Agenda of Moderation, Dialogue Between Civilizations
  • While Small and Developing Nations Spoke Out at the U.N. Millennium Summit, Major Diplomatic Action Took Place Outside General Assembly
  • Arrests Made on Raytheon Picket Line
  • Boston Cleans Up Famous Harbor With New Sewage Tunnel
  • New Report on Gulf War Illness Lacks Enough Evidence to Support Conclusions
  • Iraq Accuses Saudis of Succumbing to U.S. Pressure with Increased Oil Production
  • Libyan Leader Moammar Gadhafi Discusses Relations with the U.S.
  • International Space Station to Receive Supplies from Space Shuttle Atlantis
  • Gen. Colin Powell Discusses U.S. Military Readiness
  • Bridgestone/Firestone Recall Hearings: Top Executives Face Tough, Skeptical Questioning
  • Fallout Continues in Chinese Olympic Doping Scandal
  • Bush Retools Campaign as New Polls Place him Behind Gore
  • September 06, 2000

  • U.N. Millennium Summit Begins With Mixed Messages From Various Countries
  • Pearl, Mississippi Still Struggling With Pall Cast By School Violence
  • Congressional Committees Question CEOs of Firestone and Ford
  • CEO Jacques Nasser to Tell Ford's Story at Congressional Hearings
  • Firestone, Ford, NHTSA May Share Blame for Faulty Tires
  • Motorists Replacing Firestone Tires with Other Brands
  • Ford Expected to Lay Responsibility for Tire Problems on Bridgestone/Firestone
  • Congress Holds Joint Hearings on Firestone Tire Recall
  • September 05, 2000

  • Bush Unveils Medicare Plan
  • 'Techno Gadget Guy' Discusses Hammacher Schlemmer's Search for Invention
  • Gallup Poll: Majority of Americans Favor Prayer in School
  • Russian National Power Company Cuts Power to Nonpaying Customers
  • 'Working Mother' Editor Discusses Mom-Friendly Companies
  • U.N. Millennium Peace Summit a Logistical Nightmare in New York
  • Congress Returns to Work with Budget, Health-Care Issues Hanging Over Their Heads
  • First Day of School Is a Relief and a Burden for Many Families
  • Psychology Professor Discusses Research Showing Health Benefits of Vacation
  • Enterprising Nature Enthusiast Hosts Night Rafting Tours in Colorado
  • Education 2000: Students Nationwide Return to School; Fifth Grade Teacher Discusses Educator Dropout Rate
  • September 04, 2000

  • Yugoslav Army Prepares to Return to Kosovo
  • Sydney Olympics: Three Times the Mascots
  • Armed Forces Struggling to Meet Recruitment Goals
  • Fall Offers Travel Bargains
  • Will Labor Unions Make the Difference for Al Gore?
  • Bush and Gore Continue to Debate About Debates
  • United Steelworkers, Bridgestone/Firestone Reach Labor Agreement
  • Election 2000: The Race to Save Social Security
  • Cold, Wet Weather Slowing Montana Wildfires
  • Election 2000: Bush, Gore Court Seniors With Health Care Issues
  • Election 2000: Gore Honored at Picnic in Pittsburgh
  • French Truckers Block Oil Refineries in Protest of High Gas Prices
  • Bridgestone/Firestone Workers Celebrate Tentative Labor Day Agreement
  • September 01, 2000

  • Pregnant Woman Jailed to Ensure Safe Birth
  • Western Wildfires: Rain Aids Montana Firefighters
  • Tire and Rubber Companies, States Recycle Tires
  • Government Issues Warning on Additional Firestone Tires Amid Ongoing Recall, Labor Woes
  • Emergency Hearing Under Way in Wen Ho Lee Case; Prosecutors Object to Jail Release Order
  • Mount Oyama Eruption: Japanese Authorities Order Remaining Residents of Miyake off Island
  • Four-Legged Companion Par for the Course in Colorado Springs
  • Internet Group Publishes Study on World Wide Web Use
  • Western Wildfires: Weather Finally Cooperating in Montana
  • Emergency Hearing Called in Wen Ho Lee Case
  • Gallup Poll: Most Passengers Happy with Airlines
  • Clinton Leaves Decision on National Missile Defense System for Next President
  • Firestone Negotiating with Labor to Avoid Strike amid Growing Consumer Distrust of Brand
  • August 31, 2000

  • Western Wildfires: Rain Spells Relief in Montana
  • Study Shows Adolescent Drug Use Declining
  • 8,000 Firestone Workers at 9 Plants Could Walk Out on Saturday
  • President Clinton Expected to Veto Republican Estate Tax Bill
  • Bush Responds to Gore's Rising Popularity with Negative Ad
  • The Gap Suffers Retailer Woes
  • Fatal Shark Attack Stuns Florida Community
  • Cooler, Wetter Weather in Montana Giving Firefighters Hope
  • Firestone Workers Threaten Strike
  • Gallup Poll: 40 Percent of Americans Believe U.S. Military Deteriorating
  • Bridgestone/Firestone Facing Labor Woes; Steelworkers Spokesman Discusses Union Demands
  • Texas Drought Means Busy Days for Water Driller
  • French Fishermen End Blockade Over High Fuel Prices, Declare Victory
  • August 30, 2000

  • CNN 20: East Timor Vote for Independence, August 30, 1999
  • Colombian Police Seize Explosives, Guerrillas Along Clinton's Motorcade Route
  • Egyptian Billionaire Mohamed Fayed About to Sue U.S. Government
  • Homework No Longer a Necessary Evil?
  • Dodi Al Fayed's Father Plans to Sue U.S. Government For Documents Related to Death of His Son and Princess Diana
  • Western Wildfires: Rain in Forecast Could Aid Montana Crews
  • Seemingly Trivial Voter Perceptions May Count in Election
  • California Flash Flooding Damages Homes, Strands Motorists
  • Western Wildfires: North Carolina Crews Enabled by Break in Weather
  • August 29, 2000

  • Poll of Likely Voters Shows Gore and Bush Tied
  • Technogadget Guy: Back-to-School Contraptions
  • Study Suggest Calcium Channel Blockers Not Effective Against All Heart Disease Risk Factors
  • Election 2000: Bush Emphasizing Education, Gore Pushing Health Care
  • Cheri Pope Travels to Russian Prison to Visit Husband Accused of Spying
  • Is Joseph Lieberman Talking Too Much About Religion?
  • Stachura: Challenger to Tiger Woods May Not Appear Any Time Soon
  • American Woman Jailed in Peru for Treason Granted New Trial
  • Garcia Beats Woods in 'Battle at Bighorn'
  • Wen Ho Lee to Stay in Jail Pending Government Appeal
  • Canadian Firefighters Lend Assistance to U.S.
  • Millennium World Peace Summit Under Way at U.N. Headquarters
  • August 28, 2000

  • Madame Tussaud's Comes to Hong Kong
  • Crews Extinguish Fire Atop Moscow Television Tower; Russian President Putin Decries State of National Infrastructure
  • Western Wildfires: Pentagon Sends in More Troops to Fight Blazes
  • Investigators Question Bridgestone/Firestone Officials Ahead of Congressional Hearings Over Tire Recall
  • Boulder Police Finish Questioning Patsy Ramsey; Questions Deemed Fair by Ramseys' Attorney
  • Texas Drought Cracks into the Record Books
  • School Nurses Stretched Thin
  • Studies Conflict Over Health Impact of Airport
  • Waiting and Hoping on the Korean Peninsula
  • White Supremacist Trial Brings Out Protesters in Idaho
  • Western Wildfires: Blaze Expansion Forces More Evacuations; Crews Find Possible Ally in Cooler Weather
  • Cause of Engine Difficulty Unclear in Emergency Royal Dutch Airliner Landing in L.A.
  • Congressional Aides Descend on Bridgestone/Firestone Headquarters to Probe Tire Recall
  • August 25, 2000

  • How Do Air Bags Perform in Crash Tests?
  • Cuban 'Hardcore' Salsa Group Makes a Splash
  • Big Cities Encroaching on America's State Parks
  • How Do Automakers Test Vehicles for Safety?
  • Surviving Your Drive: UCLA Medical Center is Ready for Trauma
  • Survive Your Drive: Inside the Loyola University Hospital Trauma Center
  • Ford, Firestone Under Growing Pressure Over Suspect Tires
  • Surviving Your Drive: Safety Ambassador Autumn Alexander Skeen Discusses Boost America
  • Survive Your Drive: Air Bags Tested at G.M. Proving Ground; Teens, Parents Seek Help at Defensive Driving Course
  • Survive Your Drive: Insurance Inst. For Highway Safety V.P. Discusses Crash Test Research
  • President Clinton Travels to Nigeria to Press Further Democratic Reforms, Offer Aid
  • Surviving Your Drive: Feds Rate Car Safety; Loyola Trauma Center Celebrates Miracle of Medicine
  • Congress Looking Into Firestone Tire Recall
  • August 24, 2000

  • Companies Offer Cheaper Web Access, Make Internet More Accessible
  • 'Survivor' Runner-Ups Bear No Ill Will Toward Winner
  • Western Wildfires: Lightning Storms Have Firefighters Concerned in Western Montana
  • Gulf Air Crash: Flight Operations Unaffected by Air Disaster
  • Gulf Air Crash: Multinational Investigation Under Way
  • Florida Lawsuit Plaintiffs Urge Wider Firestone Tire Recall
  • Richard Hatch Last Man Standing After Final 'Survivor' Vote
  • Gulf Air Crash: Recovery of Recorders Easy in Shallow, Clear Water
  • August 23, 2000

  • Tourists Told to Leave Florida Keys
  • Mayfield: Tropical Storm Irene Unlikely to Regain Hurricane Strength
  • CNN 20: Hurricane Andrew Hits Florida, August 23, 1992
  • The Bottle Battle: Researchers Test Treatment for Alcoholics Who Began Drinking at an Early Age
  • Hurricane Debby: Though Downgraded to Tropical Storm, South Florida Still Stocks Up for Worst
  • Western Wildfires: Firefighters in Bitterroot Valley Greet Fourth Cold Morning in a Row
  • Russian Submarine Accident: Putin Feels 'Responsible and Guilty'
  • Tropical Storm Debby: Southern Bahamas Still in Harm's Way
  • National Hurricane Center: Tropical Storm Debby Could Continue to Weaken
  • August 22, 2000

  • Hurricane Debby Headed Toward Southeastern United States
  • NTSB Concludes Explosion of Center Fuel Tank Caused TWA 800 Crash
  • Supertyphoon Bilis Arrives in Taiwan; Death Toll Stand at 2
  • Western Wildfires: Crews Make Some Progress With Cooler Weather, Careful Planning; Incident Commander Discusses Safety Issues
  • Hurricane Debby: Puerto Rico Bracing for Possible Near-Miss
  • U.S. Virgin Islands Emergency Management Director Discusses Weather Conditions Under Hurricane Debby
  • Typhoon Bilis Strikes Taiwan
  • CNN 20: Welfare Bill Signed, August 22, 1996
  • Cell Transplant Shows Promise for Stroke Patients
  • Russian Submarine Accident: Putin Declares National Day of Mourning
  • NTSB Begins Releasing Details on Final Report of TWA Flight 800 Crash
  • Western Wildfires: Crews Making Progress With Cooler Weather, Careful Planning
  • Residents Hunker Down as Typhoon Bilis Batters Taiwan
  • Hurricane Debby: Puerto Rico Braces for High Winds
  • August 21, 2000

  • Daniel Radcliffe to Portray Harry Potter on Big Screen
  • Former British Spy Returns to Face Charges of National Security Violations
  • Tiger Woods Discusses PGA Championship Victory
  • 'Free Flight' May Solve Airport Congestion
  • Federal Investigators at the Scene of Deadly Natural Gas Pipeline Explosion in New Mexico
  • Western Wildfires: Cooler Temps Allow Crews to Corral Eight Blazes; U.S. Forest Service Spokesman Discusses Shortage of Manpower
  • Russian Submarine Accident: Rescue Teams Ponder Salvage Duty
  • Former British Spy Charged With Revealing Official Secrets
  • Pro Bono Law Work on the Decline
  • 'Golf World': Bob May Pushes Tiger Woods 'to One of the Greatest Finishes in Golf'
  • Pipeline Explosion Kills 10 at Nearby Campground
  • Firefighters Mobilized as Cool Weather Sweeps Across Montana
  • Russian Submarine Accident: Officials Face Prospect of Recovering Dead, Raising Kursk
  • August 18, 2000

  • Western Wildfires: Fire Crews in Montana Buckle Down to Block Flames from Regional Power Line
  • Woman Recovering From Tiger Attack, Rescuer's Bullet
  • Fire Ant Frenzy: Univ. of Texas Researcher Fights Fire with Phorid Flies
  • Bridgestone/Firestone to Reimburse Customers Who Replace Recalled Tires With Other Brands
  • Good-Bye Again: North and South Korean Families Get a Chance to Reunite
  • Senator John McCain to Meet With Doctors to Discuss His Skin Cancer
  • Russian Submarine Accident: Escape Hatch too Damaged to Use
  • Univ. of Chicago Sociologist Discusses Study Linking Women's Work, Men's Health
  • Russian Submarine Accident: Hopes of Rescue Fade as Families Gather in Murmansk
  • Election 2000: Gore's Speech Fizzes for Rootbeer Patrons in Missouri
  • Western Wildfires: Incident Commander Hutchison Discusses Challenges for Firefighters
  • Russian Submarine Accident: Rescue Vessel Unable to Access Damaged Escape Hatch
  • August 17, 2000

  • Beneath the Surface: Our Fascination and Fear of Sharks
  • Donkey and Elephant: Party Animals
  • UCLA Researchers One Step Closer to Developing Computer Memory on a Molecular Scale
  • Halberstam: Vice President Al Gore 'Steadfast Where Clinton is Not'
  • Western Wildfires: Protecting Your Own
  • Democratic National Convention: McCain Undergoes Battery of Tests
  • Robert Delabar Discusses Friendship With Al Gore During Vietnam Service
  • Turkey Developing Quake Detectors After Last Year's Catastrophe
  • Russian Submarine Accident: Evidence Suggests Kursk Sustained Massive Damage; Navy Veteren Reflects on Fate of Crew
  • Democratic National Convention: Minnesota Delegate Out and Proud
  • Democratic National Convention: Media 'Desperate for An Unscripted Moment'
  • Democratic National Convention: The Women Who Shape Al Gore
  • Democratic National Convention: McCain Finishes Today's Tests, No Word on Condition
  • August 16, 2000

  • Gadgets for Everyone at the National Hardware Show in Chicago
  • Democratic National Convention: Elderly Understand Power of the Vote
  • Democratic National Convention: Gov. Shaheen Discusses Gore's Strengths
  • Democratic National Convention: L.A. Mayor Richard Riordan, A Character On and Off the Political Stage
  • Democratic National Convention: Gore Headed to Los Angeles on Air Force Two
  • Russian Submarine Accident: Crew Members' Families Gather to Await Word of Loved Ones
  • Britain Moves Toward Embryo Stem Cell Cloning
  • Democratic National Convention: Matt Moseley Discusses 'Firefighters for Gore'
  • Researchers Find Link Between Male Sleeping Patterns, Body Fat
  • Together Again: Korean Families Divided for 50 Years Get Reacquainted
  • Gallup Poll: Democratic Platform in American Mainstream
  • Lt. Benboe: Montana National Guard Mobilized to Supervise Evacuations from Wildfires
  • August 15, 2000

  • Joan and Melissa Rivers Discuss Democratic Fashion
  • Star Power and Power Politics
  • Democratic National Convention: Clinton Set to Turn Over Party Banner to Gore in Michigan
  • Plight Worsens for Russian Seamen; USS Squalas Survivor Tells His Tale
  • Democrats No Longer the Party of the Underdog?
  • British Airways Grounds Concorde Fleet
  • Fmr. Lady Bird Johnson Press Secretary Liz Carpenter Discusses Clinton-Gore Administration
  • Democratic National Convention: Kentucky School Shooting Victim Speaks Out About Youth Violence
  • Russian Submarine Accident: Author Peter Maas Discusses 'The Terrible Hours'
  • August 14, 2000

  • Al Gore Trailing Bush Among Likely Women Voters
  • Democratic National Convention: What Does America's Youth Think of Social Security?
  • Democratic National Convention: President Clinton Expected to Pass Torch to Al Gore
  • Rescue Effort for Downed Russian Submarine Under Way
  • Democratic National Convention: Sheriff Jackie Barrett Discusses Shattering Stereotypes
  • August 11, 2000

  • Baby Girl Alive Because of Difficult Choice Made by Parents
  • Los Angeles Offers Democratic Delegates a Wide Variety of Entertainment
  • Investigators Issue Report on EgyptAir Crash
  • 'Al' Ubiquitous in Los Angeles
  • Technology Making Remote Intensive Care Units Feasible
  • Gerald Rafshoon Discusses 'Running Mates'
  • United Airlines Delays and Cancellations Continue
  • South Carolina Revises Coastal Evacuation Plan
  • L.A. Police Chief Confident His Force Ready for Convention Protesters
  • Public Docket Opened on EgyptAir Flight 990
  • August 10, 2000

  • Examination of H.L. Hunley Begins
  • Your Money: Debit Cards Not Same as Credit Cards
  • Election 2000: Reform Party Divided as Convention Gets Under Way in California
  • Gov. Racicot: Certain Precautions and Practices Could Have Minimized Impact of Fires Out West
  • Moscow Tunnel Bombing Death Toll Rises to 8
  • Reality TV Demonstrates New Economy
  • FAA Reports Flight Delays Down 11.1 Percent in July
  • Gallup Poll: Americans Have Mostly Negative Opinion of Pat Buchanan
  • Election 2000: Reform Party Faces Potential Schism at Convention
  • August 09, 2000

  • Reform Party Out of Control
  • INS Launches 'Operation Denial' in Arizona
  • Lucent Researchers Claim Fish DNA as Replacement for Computer Chip
  • Wildfires, Smoke Chase Hundreds From Homes in Montana
  • Fmr. NHTSA Administrator Discusses Firestone Tire Recall
  • Bridgestone/Firestone Announces Tire Recall
  • Our Planet: Philippine Eagle in Danger of Extinction
  • Firestone Recall: Changing Your Suspect Tires
  • The Keys to Quitting: Surgeon General Study Targets Massive Reduction in U.S. Smokers
  • Two Small Planes Collide Over New Jersey; All 10 Passengers Dead
  • Karbowiak and Ditlow Give Point-Counterpoint on Firestone Recall
  • August 08, 2000

  • Exhibit Features the Fine Art of Sneaker Design
  • Worker Productivity Skyrockets to 17-Year High
  • Smoking Threat: U.S. Restrictions Pushing Cigarette Sales Worldwide
  • H.L. Hunley on the Way to be Studied
  • Florida Family Files Lawsuit Over Blown Tire
  • United Airlines Blames Weather, Stormy Pilot Relations for Thousands of Canceled Flights; Chicago Aviation Dept. Spokeswoman Discusses O'Hare
  • Gov. Racicot: Cooperation on All Levels of Fighting Montana Fires Extraordinary
  • Moscow Bomb Blast Kills 7, Injures Dozens
  • August 07, 2000

  • Napster Dispute Continues to Divide Music Industry and Music Listeners
  • Lieberman Choice Stirs Discussion in Israel
  • Wildfires Raging in the Western U.S.
  • Sen. Breaux: Lieberman Reaches Out to Many Diverse Americans
  • United Airlines Customers Experience Delays, Cancellations Due to Weather, Labor Problems
  • Cybercamp: Instead of Building Camp Fires, Kids are Building Web Pages
  • Raising the Hunley
  • Election 2000: Senator Joseph Lieberman Agrees to be Gore's Running Mate
  • Gallup Poll: Jewishness of Joseph Lieberman Not Expected to be a Major Issue
  • Remembering Alec Guinness
  • Passenger Safely Lands Single-Engine Plane After Pilot Dies
  • Election 2000: Gore Attempts to Head Off GOP Issues with V.P. Choice
  • August 04, 2000

  • Republican National Convention: Harley-Davidson Workers Speak Out
  • Computer Hackers Gather in Las Vegas for Annual DEF CON Convention
  • Defense Department Takes Umbrage With Bush Claims of Military Unreadiness
  • Verizon Faces Strike
  • Alaska Airlines Cancels Flights to Reinspect MD-80 Jackscrews
  • California Doctor Sues Over Right to Discuss Possible Medicinal Uses of Marijuana
  • Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Plant Workers Sound Off on Bush
  • Havana's Olympic Bid: Cuba Lobbies to Host 2008 Games
  • Airlines and Hotels Woo Business Travelers with Internet Access
  • Economists Project 'Soft Landing' as Job Growth Slows
  • Alaska Airlines Cancels Dozens of Flights to Reinspect MD-80s
  • August 03, 2000

  • Kissinger: Bush is Fully Qualified for Foreign Policy Decisions
  • Los Alamos Scientists Claim Possible Solution to Nuclear Waste Disposal
  • Brain Power: Learning the Lesson of President Ford's Case
  • Gallup Poll: Americans Hate Negative Ads, But Still Disagree on What They Are
  • Republican National Convention: Joan and Melissa Rivers Discuss GOP Fashions
  • Gore Ponders V.P. Choice
  • Republican National Convention: Illinois Governor George Ryan Discusses Death Penalty
  • Family Discovers Extra Resident After Ceiling Collapses
  • Federal Agency Investigating at Least 21 Traffic Deaths that may be Related to Faulty Tires
  • Republican National Convention: George W. Bush Visits Fmr. President Ford in Hospital; Acceptance Speech to be Critical of Clinton-Gore
  • August 02, 2000

  • Hospital Workers in San Francisco Bay Area Stage Walkout
  • World Health Organization Says Big Tobacco Working Against Anti-Smoking Efforts
  • Member of U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Front and Center Tonight at GOP Convention
  • 'Technogadget Guy' Ed Curran Reviews MP3 Players
  • CNN 20: CNN Remembers the 1980 Republican National Convention
  • Bay Area Hospital Workers Stage Two-Day Walkout
  • Republican National Convention: Bush Nomination Ends Journey Marked by Historic Fund Raising
  • Gallup Poll: Most Americans Believe Bush Better for Economy Than Gore
  • August 01, 2000

  • Republican National Convention: GOP's Biggest Fan Heads for Philly
  • Russia's National Anthem: A Song Unsung
  • 'Boycott the Pumps' Campaign Falters Despite Soaring British Gas Prices
  • Fleischer: Bush Keeping a Civil Tone
  • Investigators Continue to Probe Deadly Air France Concorde Crash
  • Latest Economic Reports Pointing Toward Soft Landing
  • Shultz: George W. Bush 'Stands Up Very Well' in Foreign Policy Matters
  • Republican National Convention: GOP Mirroring '92 Democratic Convention
  • Cold-Blooded Crime: Heat Spurs Wave of A.C. Thefts
  • Republican National Convention: Cindy McCain Discusses Her Husband's Role
  • July 31, 2000

  • CNN 20: U.N. Peacekeeper Killed, July 31, 1989
  • All Dried Up: Georgia Community Faces Water Shortage
  • Barak Weathers Political Storm Caused by Middle East Peace Talks
  • New York-bound British Airways Concorde Makes Unscheduled Landing
  • Washington Monument Reopens its Doors to Tourists
  • July 28, 2000

  • Gallup Poll: Bush Surges in Polls on Eve of Convention
  • Republican National Convention: GOP and Democrats Fail to Capture Voters Like They Used To
  • Republican National Convention: Bush, Cheney Rally Arkansas on Road to Philadelphia
  • L.A. Police Officer Charged With Attempted Murder in Ongoing Corruption Probe
  • Web's Most Wanted: WeTip.com Targets Suspected Statutory Rapists
  • Republican National Convention: Bush/Cheney Rally in Arkansas
  • Republican National Convention: Large Economic Inequalities Divide City of Brotherly Love
  • Natl. Museum of Natural History Director Discusses Exhibit Honoring Viking Voyage to North America
  • Recording Industry Files Response to Napster Injunction Appeal
  • Concorde Crash: German Town Copes with Loss of 13 Residents
  • July 27, 2000

  • New Study Links Abnormalities in the Brain to Violent Behavior
  • Metallica Attorney, Rapstation.com President Discuss Opposing Viewpoints in Napster Music Sharing Debate
  • Employee Turnover One of Many Problems Nursing Homes Face
  • Concorde Crash: Preliminary Evidence Suggests Tire Failure
  • FCC Holds Hearings on Proposed AOL-Time Warner Merger
  • Gallup Poll: Americans Collecting Sacagawea Dollars
  • Ford Announces Plans to Improve SUV Fuel Efficiency
  • AOL-Time Warner Merger Opponents Set to Air Concerns at FCC Hearing
  • July 26, 2000

  • International Space Station Rendezvous With Service Module
  • Books Get Virtual and Portable
  • Family Likely to Lose Farm in Granite Falls Tornadoes
  • ADA at 10: Critics Argue Law is Vague, Misguided
  • Concorde Crash: Investigation Centers on Engine Repair; Woman Leaps From Hotel to Escape Death; Germans Hold Memorial for Victims
  • Risky Off-Line Relations: JAMA Reports Syphilis Outbreak Among Men Who Met On-Line
  • Cubans Commemorate Castro Revolution, Protest U.S. Embargo in Massive Havana March
  • Concorde Crash: Thrust Reverser Malfunction may be Smoking Gun; Luxury Cruise to Set Sail
  • Palestinian Leader Yasser Arafat Gets Hero's Welcome in Gaza Following Mideast Peace Summit
  • Concorde Crash: Officials Debate Causes While Gonesse Recovers
  • July 25, 2000

  • Democrats Go After Dick Cheney's Voting Record
  • Bush Expected to Announce Cheney as Running Mate Within the Hour
  • Middle East Peace Summit Collapses Without Agreement
  • July 24, 2000

  • Prominent Americans Working to Restore Russian Country Estates
  • FBI Defends 'Carnivore' E-Mail Wiretap on Capitol Hill
  • Election 2000: Fmr. Defense Secretary Dick Cheney Has Record of Showing Brass Who's Boss
  • Iris-Scanning Technology Tested at Charlotte Airport
  • Lance in France: Armstrong Rides to Second Consecutive Tour Victory
  • Middle East Peace Summit: President Clinton Plunges Back into Talks
  • Election 2000: Bush Still Silent on Running Mate
  • California Fights Pollution With 'Cash for Clunkers' Program
  • US Airways Debuts Iris-Scanning ID Technology; EyeTicket CEO Discusses 'Most Accurate Biometric'
  • Orlando Hostage Standoff: Suspect Shoots at Police Robot, Negotiations Continue into Third Day
  • Middle East Peace Talks: A Tense Wait in Jerusalem
  • Election 2000: Senior Bush Aides Confirm Danforth, Cheney as Serious Contenders for V.P.
  • July 21, 2000

  • Penguins Saved From Oil Spill Returning Home
  • Russian Inmates Taste Brief Salty Freedom
  • Middle East Peace Summit: U.S. Proposal Calls for Mixed Sovereignty in East Jerusalem
  • Journalist Jailed After Exposing War Crimes in Yugoslavia
  • Congress to Hold Hearings on FBI E-Mail-Capturing Software
  • Kennard: More National Hotlines for Local Emergencies
  • Protesters Outside G-8 Summit Target U.S. Troops in Okinawa
  • July 20, 2000

  • 'Spitting Image' Puppets Auctioned over Internet
  • U.S. Institute for Peace: Deal Still Possible in Middle East Talks
  • 'Sopranos' and 'West Wing' Lead Emmy Nominations
  • Greenland's Ice Cap Shrinking
  • Middle East Peace Summit: Talks Continue as Secretary of State Albright Steps in for President Clinton
  • Produce Overproduction Squeezing Farmers
  • Gallup Poll: Americans View Upcoming Political Conventions as Important But Boring
  • G-8 Summit: Okinawa Site Could Undermine Proceedings
  • July 19, 2000

  • Great Britain Pays Tribute to Queen Mother for 100th Birthday
  • Fish Return to Kennebec River After Controversial Dam Removal
  • Middle East Peace Summit: Jerusalem Status the Sticking Point as Deadline Nears
  • Triple-Digit Temperatures Gripping Parts of South, Southwest
  • House Votes to Raise 401(k), IRA Account Contribution Limits
  • Middle East Peace Summit: Clinton to Leave for Japan at Midnight With or Without Agreement
  • July 18, 2000

  • Charles: Acceleration of Technology and Society Increases Stress
  • Consumer Group Takes Aim at 'Functional Foods'
  • Gallup Poll: Americans Think People Are Becoming More Rude
  • Middle East Peace Summit: Running Out of Time?
  • Consumer Group Files Complaint with FDA over 'Functional Foods'
  • Texas Reels Under Triple-Digit Temperatures, Drought-Like Conditions; Salvation Army Spokeswoman Discusses Emergency Cooling Efforts
  • Senate Poised to Repeal 'Marriage Penalty' Tax
  • Gas Prices Fuel June Consumer Price Jump; New Surplus Figures Show Breathing Room in Federal Budget
  • Gallup Poll: Gore Gains Ground on Bush
  • Texas Heat Wave: Houston Officials Open Cooling Centers for Vulnerable
  • White House Threatens Veto if Congress Votes to Eliminate 'Marriage Penalty'
  • July 17, 2000

  • Grateful Daughter Buys Mother House
  • Bashar Assad Sworn in as Syrian President
  • Care Crisis for Alzheimer's Patients Looms
  • Cell-Phone Manufacturers to Publish Radiation Specs
  • Florida Tobacco Trial: Tobacco Lawyers Prepare for Appeals Process
  • Congress to Vote to End 'Marriage Penalty' Tax
  • Heath Wave Punishes Southeast, Central Plains
  • Middle East Peace Summit: Clinton Pushing Hard For Agreement Before Japan Trip; Barak Facing Divided Nation on Return to Israel
  • Cell Phone Makers to Provide Consumers With Radiation Data
  • Parents of Louise Woodward Face Fraud Charges
  • Florida Tobacco Trial: Two Jurors Explain Their Votes
  • Congress Considers Memorial for WWII Icon Rosie the Riveter
  • Family Ties Bind North, South Koreans 50 Years After War
  • Florida Tobacco Trial: Jurors Insist $145B Damage Award Amounts to Justice
  • July 14, 2000

  • Senate Votes to Repeal Estate Tax
  • Middle East Peace Summit: Negotiators Debate Fate of Jerusalem
  • Florida Tobacco Trial: Jury Could Award Record Punitive Damages
  • Do Gadgets Drive Motorists to Distraction?
  • Branch Davidian Trial: Jury Goes into Deliberation
  • A Mission of Mercy: Nkosi's Haven Offers Hope to Mothers and Children with AIDS in South Africa
  • Bush, Lazio Make Joint Appearance Before New York's Conservative Party
  • Gallup Poll Shows Americans Confident in Police
  • Investment Analyst Threatened After Downgrading Stocks
  • Latest PPI Numbers Make Fed Rate Hike Less Likely
  • Researchers Test Driverless Car in Spain
  • Florida Tobacco Trial: Jury Deliberates on Punitive Damages
  • July 13, 2000

  • World AIDS Conference: Orphans a Forgotten Product of AIDS
  • Middle East Peace Summit: Clinton Attends to Prior Commitments; Arafat and Barak Meet
  • Carlton Fisk Discusses Induction Into Baseball Hall of Fame
  • Communities Install Cameras to Put Brakes on Dangerous Driving
  • Philadelphia Authorities to Begin Investigation into Videotaped Police Beating
  • Complicated Love Story: Member of Bahrain Royal Family Finds Prince in U.S.
  • U.S., Vietnam on Verge of Trade Agreement
  • Investigations Under Way In Philadelphia Police Beating Case
  • July 12, 2000

  • Russian Government Attacks Corruption
  • Medicare Rights Center Spokesman Discusses Future of 'Incredibly Successful' Federal Program
  • International AIDS Conference: Tradition Healers Appeal for Role in Treating Disease
  • Experimental Drug Could Help Patients in Moderate to Severe Stages of Alzheimer's
  • Middle East Peace Summit: News Blackout Broken by Israeli Announcement of Suspension of China Arms Deal
  • Family of 17-year-old Raynard Johnson, Found Hanged, Seek Federal Investigation on Capitol Hill
  • Palmer: 'The Baseball in the Year 2000 Feels Like Naugahyde'
  • Potential African AIDS Vaccine Discussed at International Conference
  • Middle East Peace Summit: No Full Three-Way Session Yet
  • Election 2000: Bush Reaches Out to African-Americans; Gore Attempts to Solidify Base
  • One Confirmed Dead in Brooklyn Building Collapse
  • July 11, 2000

  • Bookworms Gather in London for Christie's Rare Books Auction
  • Gallup Poll: 77 Percent of Americans Place Importance on Middle East Peace Settlement
  • Project Quakes House for Study
  • Florida Pilot Program Focuses on Making Homes Hurricane-Proof
  • Musicians, Recording Industry Air Differences on Internet Music Distribution Before Congressional Committee
  • Middle East Peace Summit: Clinton Meeting with Barak, Arafat Separately
  • Researchers Report Progress in Alzheimer's Vaccine
  • Your Money: More and More Ways to Find Discounted Airfares
  • Earthquake House Tested at UCSD
  • Experts Gather in South Africa to Consider AIDS Epidemic; Dr. Anthony Fauci Discusses Strategic Intermittent Therapy
  • Middle East Peace Summit: President Clinton Arrives at Camp David Hoping to Mediate Israeli-Palestinian Deal
  • July 10, 2000

  • Alzheimer's Researchers Attempt to Pin Down Causal Element
  • Florida Youth League Turns to Sportsmanship Seminars to Stem Violence Among Adults
  • Barak Holds on to Power Despite Majority No-Confidence Vote; Camp David Awaits
  • Marathoner Hopes to Run 5,000 Miles Before year is Out
  • Barak Survives No-Confidence Votes; Looks Ahead to Camp David
  • Manila Garbage Dump Collapse Kills 31; Dozens Missing
  • AIDS Conference: Good News for Mothers with HIV
  • July 07, 2000

  • Hundreds Participate in Pamplona's 'Running of the Bulls'
  • Jack E. Robinson Staying in Bruising Massachusetts Senate Race
  • Clinton Likely to Stay Federal Execution on Questions of Fairness
  • FDA Approves Use of Prozac to Ease Severe PMS
  • Fourth 'Harry Potter' Book Set to Draw Hordes of Children at Midnight
  • U.S., China Reopen Arms Control Talks
  • Wife-Carrying a Spectator Sport, Summer Ritual in Finland
  • The Williams Effect; Venus and Serena Serve as Inspirations to Inner-City Youth
  • Excitement Builds as Stores Prepare for 'Harry Potter' Rush; Books Stir Controversy in Zeeland, Michigan
  • June Jobs Report Eases Fed Fears
  • July 06, 2000

  • Venus Williams Defeats Sister Serena, Heads to Wimbledon Finals
  • Oil Boom in Baghdad
  • Gallup Poll: 'Air Rage' Misplaced on Flight Attendants
  • 11 Rare Tigers Die at Southern India Zoo; Animals May Have Been Doomed by Ill-Advised Treatment
  • Workers at 10 Bay-Area Hospitals Stage One-Day Walk-Out
  • 50 Years Later, American Soldiers Commemorate Start of Korean War
  • Annual Running of the Bulls Begins Charge Tomorrow
  • Venus Williams Defeats Serena in Wimbledon Semifinals; Sisters Hold News Conference Following Match
  • NTSB Reports Nothing was Mechanically Wrong with JFK Jr.'s Plane
  • Venus Williams Advances Past Sister to Wimbledon Finals
  • July 05, 2000

  • Sean Connery Knighted
  • Air Force Destroys Missile Silo in North Dakota
  • Protestants Demanding Right to Continue Their Annual Marches
  • Simply the Best: Golfer Tiger Woods Strives Only to Sharpen His Game
  • Clinton to Take Barak and Arafat to Camp David
  • Angry Protestants Clash With Police in Northern Ireland
  • Anglers Return to Lake Washington
  • Missile Silo Implosion: Air Force Oversees Final Phase of START Treaty; Demolition Crew Discusses Dismantling Process
  • July 04, 2000

  • Crowded Waterways Can Make for Dangerous Summer Fun
  • Megabytes the Buzz at Summer Camps for Girls
  • Ede and Ravenscroft Continues Tradition of Handcrafting Ceremonial Wigs and Robes
  • German Tech Sector Companies Unveil Virtual U.S. Presidential Candidate
  • Nevada Protesters Defy Government and Build Road
  • OpSail 2000: Ships of Today Pay Respect to Ships of the Past
  • Punishing Drought Dampens Recreation, Dries up Business in Eufaula, Alabama
  • Filmore, CA Residents Divided Over Fireworks Tradition
  • Santa Monica Hostage Standoff Ends After Gunman Surrenders
  • New Yorkers Treated to Maritime Parade
  • Soaring Gas Prices in Europe Leave Motorists Fuming
  • OpSail 2000 Helping New York Celebrate Independence Day
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneer Jerry Wunsch Proving Himself a Warrior Helping Kids with Cancer
  • Libertarian Presidential Candidate Harry Browne Discusses His Campaign
  • Tall Ships Pass as New Citizens Join Country
  • Captor Releases Hostages and Surrenders to Police
  • July 03, 2000

  • High Mortgage Rates Discouraging Homeowners From Refinancing
  • Groceries Online: Shop for Food from the Comfort of Your Home
  • Gettysburg Observation Tower to be Demolished Today
  • $10 Million Facelift to Washington Monument Unveiled Today
  • Mexican Election: Vicente Fox Prepares for New Challenge as President-Elect
  • Mexican Election: Fox Win Triggers Spontaneous Celebrations
  • Food Safety 101: Avoiding the Hidden Dangers of Holiday Cookouts
  • Largest Dinosaur Ever Unearthed on Display in Atlanta Museum
  • Tower Perceived as Eyesore to Come Down Today at Gettysburg
  • Underwater Killing Machines: The Changing Role of Submarines
  • Your Money: New York Subway Cards a Ticket to Profit?
  • Washington Monument Restored
  • June 30, 2000

  • HTML for Dummies: 13-Year-Old Girl Creates Web Site to Explain Language of the Internet
  • Rosen: Fourth of July Movies Nothing to Write Home About
  • Smog Believed to Impact Some Heart Disease Patients
  • Wildfires Near Hanford Nuclear Facility All But Out; No Radioactive Contamination Detected
  • Senate Approves $11.3B Spending Bill, Agrees to Cut Half
  • World Pride Collides With Jubilee
  • John Rocker Apologizes to New York, Throws 18 Pitches in Braves Victory Over Mets
  • Three Governors Agree to New Protections on Chesapeake Bay
  • Hanford Nuclear Reservation Wildfire Mostly Out
  • June 29, 2000

  • Sponholtz: Hanford Wildfire Somewhat Lulled by Conditions at Moment
  • Pets.Com Sock Puppet One of the Millennium's Hottest New Stars
  • Over-the-Counter Options
  • New National Study Links Pollution to Higher Death Rates for the Elderly
  • John Rocker Prepares for New York Fans
  • Senate Approves Controversial Campaign Finance Measure
  • FAA Satisfied with Alaska Airlines Maintenance
  • CNN 20: Atlantis Docks with Mir, June 29, 1995
  • Royal Family Fears for Prince William's Privacy from the Press
  • FDA Hears Arguments over Birth Control Pills
  • Elian Gonzalez Returns to Cuba: Family Settles Into Government- Designated Guest House
  • Police Presence Increased For John Rocker's Return to New York's Shea Stadium
  • Washington Fish and Wildlife Dept. Spokesman Discusses Firefighting Efforts Near Nuclear Reservation
  • June 28, 2000

  • Supreme Court Strikes Down Controversial Nebraska Abortion Law
  • June 27, 2000

  • Employer Group Issues Guidelines for Avoiding Distractions During Driving
  • Is the Call for a Gore Investigation Just a Republican Election Tactic?
  • New Technology Allows Doctors to Detect Diseases Before Conception
  • Reno Faces Congress Over Gore Fund-Raising Investigation
  • Congress Clears Way for U.S. Food Sales to Cuba
  • Gallup Poll: Overall Favorable Image of Al Gore Slipping
  • Energy Secretary Feels Heat Over Gas Prices on Capitol Hill
  • June 26, 2000

  • Vatican Unveils Third Secret of Fatima
  • Supreme Court Stands by Miranda Ruling
  • CNN 20: VMI Ordered to Admit Women, June 26, 1996
  • Broken Sewage Pipeline Endangers Holiday Plans in South Florida
  • Hollywood Filmmakers Educate Cuban Film Students
  • Dr. French Anderson Discusses the Possibilities for Gene Therapy
  • Researchers Announce Completion of Human Genome Sequencing
  • Gas Additive Pollutes California Groundwater
  • Republican, Democratic Parties Divided on Use of Budget Surplus
  • Supreme Court Upholds Miranda Ruling
  • What Dangers Exist in the Genetic Age?
  • Researchers Complete Sequencing of Human Genome
  • June 23, 2000

  • Court to Decide If It Will Re-Examine the Elian Gonzalez Case
  • Interactive Music Museum Opens in Seattle
  • Elian's Miami Relatives Awaiting Court Decision
  • Reporter Who Witnessed Graham Execution Discusses It
  • Reno Still Quiet on Special Counsel for Gore
  • Men Respond to New Testosterone Gel
  • CNN 20: Betty Shabazz Dies
  • Texas Firefighter Rescues Window-Washer
  • High Gas Prices Nothing New to Europeans
  • Ruling Expected in Elian Gonzalez Case
  • Experience Music Project Opens
  • Scientists Ready to Announce Completion of Human Genome Map
  • June 22, 2000

  • Northern Ireland Cease-Fire Threatened by Paramilitary Groups
  • Laboratory Culture at Los Alamos?
  • Texas Execution: Parole Board to Decide Fate of Gary Graham; Bush Ignores Political Implications; Americans Rethinking the Death Penalty
  • Elderly Head to Mexico for Cheap Meds
  • Gary Graham Assault Victim Discusses Murder Trial Testimony
  • Barring Last Minute Reprieve, Graham Just Hours Away From Execution
  • June 21, 2000

  • Former Schoolmate Says Skakel Confessed to the Murder of Martha Moxley
  • OPEC Agrees to Increase Oil Production, but Analysts Expect Gas Prices to Stay High
  • Young Boys Aid in Rescue of Stranded Hikers
  • Majority of Americans Support Death Penalty
  • Prince William Turns 18
  • L.A. Throwing Party for NBA Champion Lakers
  • Congress Turns Up the Heat on Richardson over Los Alamos Fiasco
  • What Do You Really Pay for at the Pump?
  • U.S. Drought Wilts Georgia Farmers
  • Raw Sewage Spills Through Pipeline Break in South Florida; Half of Flow Now Diverted
  • Gas Crisis Meeting to Get Underway Shortly in Washington
  • Raw Sewage Spilling into Ocean in South Florida
  • Your Money: Insuring Every Mile
  • New York Transit Officials Investigate Brooklyn Subway Derailment
  • FTC Launches Investigation into Cause of Gas Crisis
  • Safety Experts Find Crash Test Results Encouraging, but a Few Vehicles Still Need Improvement
  • Climbers Stranded on Oregon's Mt. Hood Owe Rescue to Two Young Boys
  • OPEC Tentatively Agrees to Raise Oil Production Quotas
  • June 20, 2000

  • Friend Says Skakel Confessed to Murder of Martha Moxley
  • Branch Davidian Trial Begins in Waco, Texas
  • Beetle Mania: Japanese Turn Insects Into Fierce Competitors
  • Jesse Jackson Urging Gov. Bush to Halt Execution
  • States Face Either Too Much Rain or Not Enough
  • New 'Stages' Computer Virus Attaches Grief to E-Mail Users
  • Triglyceride Level Connected to Heart Disease
  • Pump Crunch Puts Dent in Ford's New Excursion SUV
  • Britain Cracks Down on Soccer Hooligans
  • Hearing Underway for Connecticut Murder Suspect Michael Skakel
  • Gore Unveils New Retirement Plan
  • Chicago's Skyrocketing Gas Prices: Who is to Blame?
  • Death Penalty Opponents Protest at Bush Rallies
  • June 19, 2000

  • Tiger Mauls U.S. Open Competition
  • New Report Says 'Welfare to Work' Penalizes Low-Income Americans
  • Japanese-American's Stint as New York Knick Broke NBA's Color Barrier
  • Drought Ravaging Georgia
  • Civil Suit Alleging Government Negligence During Branch Davidian Standoff Set to Begin
  • Chicago Congressmen Hold Hearings on Soaring Gas Prices
  • U.S. Appeals Court Agrees to Take Microsoft Case
  • Supreme Court Disallows Student-Led Prayer Before Football Games; Massachusetts Cannot Boycott Myanmar on Its Own
  • British Police Attempt to Find Cause of Death and Nationality of 58 Immigrants
  • Boston Bartender Discusses Plans to Open Restaurant, Surprise $2.5 Million Investor
  • 58 Dead Bodies Arrive in Dover, England Aboard Ferry
  • Supreme Court Rules Prayer Before Texas Football Games Violates First Amendment
  • June 16, 2000

  • NetSchools CEO Discusses Bringing Internet Ethics Into Classrooms
  • Cyberethics: Middle School Students Learn How to Behave Online
  • Leaning Tower of Pisa Set to Open Next Year
  • Father's Day: Orelon Sidney Reunites with her Dad
  • Debate Rages Over Cause of Skyrocketing Gas Prices
  • Prince William to Turn 18 Next Week; Buckingham Palace Fears Media Onslaught
  • Continuing Drought Poses Dire Threat to Farmers' Livelihoods
  • Senate Approves Lowering National Legal Intoxication Standard
  • 'The Savvy Traveler' Discusses How to Find European Travel Bargains
  • Summer Travel: France the World's Most Popular Tourist Destination
  • Colorado Evacuees Wait Helplessly as Homes Remain Threatened by Fires
  • June 15, 2000

  • New High-Tech Cars Function as Mobile Workstations
  • New Study Finds Public Playgrounds May Pose Dangers
  • AMA Disputes President on Preventing Medical Errors
  • Billionaire's Challenge: Ted Forstmann Offers $1M to Charity for Presidential Debate on Education
  • California Firefighters Face Both Flame and Exhaustion Combating Latest Fires
  • TV Putin Parody Angers Some of Russia's Rich and Powerful
  • Finding Deals in NYC
  • Colorado Fires Threaten to Rage Out of Firefighters' Control
  • Bad Batch of Heroin Believed Responsible for 32 Deaths in Europe
  • Commerce Secretary to Chair Gore Campaign
  • Gallup Poll: One Third of Americans Consider Themselves Golf Fans
  • Withering Drought Conditions Leave Some Farmers With Total Loss in Southeastern U.S.
  • More Firefighters Expected in Colorado as Authorities Hope for Wetter, Cooler Weather
  • June 14, 2000

  • Study Says Official Forecasts Underestimate Life Expectancy
  • Gift Ideas for Father's Day
  • Media Mogul's Arrest Raises Doubts About Putin's Commitment to Civil Freedoms
  • FBI Arrests 120 in Massive New York Fraud Case
  • Rocky Mountain Coordination Center: 'Explosive Atmosphere' Near National Forest Land
  • Tiger Woods Heavy Favorite at U.S. Open
  • Benign CPI Latest Indication of Cooling Economy
  • Missing Nuclear Secrets: Senate Energy and Intelligence Committees Deliver Scathing Criticism to Absent Energy Secretary
  • Ret. U.S. Army Colonel Arrested on Charges of Cold War Espionage
  • North Korean Leader Sets Tone for First Summit with Grand Spectacles
  • Prosecutors Charge 120 Suspects in Massive Securities Fraud Crackdown
  • Court Case Could Change Application of Second Amendment
  • 8-Year-Old Boy Serenades Louisiana With Opera
  • The Windy City: A Vacationer's Kind of Town
  • Republicans Criticize Energy Secretary's Absence at Hearings on Security Lapse at Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • June 13, 2000

  • Syrians Mourn Assad; Seen as Potent Symbol of Arab Nationalism
  • Unabomber Letters Offer Insight into Mind of Once-Reclusive Terrorist
  • Wildfires Threaten Lives, Homes Along Colorado Rockies; Fire Official Discusses 'Defensive' Efforts
  • NTSB Recommends New Runway Safety Rules
  • House Republicans Unveil Plan to Ease Drug Costs for Seniors
  • Federal Officials Continue Search for Missing Los Alamos Nuclear Weapons Secrets
  • Hare Krishna Movement Sued for Alleged Child Abuse
  • Syrian President Hafez al-Assad Laid to Rest in Home Village
  • Summer Travel: Planning Ahead Saves Money in San Francisco
  • Mass Optimism Greets Opening of Korean Summit
  • June 12, 2000

  • U.S. Paralympic Team Prepares to Avenge '96 Wheelchair Basketball Upset
  • Liebman: Death Penalty System 'Misfiring Many More Times Than It's Getting Things Right'
  • World Health Organization Warns Antibiotics Are Losing Punch
  • Supreme Court Narrows Patients' Rights to Sue HMOs, Lowers Bar for Proving Job Discrimination
  • Campbell: At Good Prices, Cruises Offer Many Different Types of Vacations
  • Americans Cruise to Ocean-Going Vacations
  • Philip Morris CEO Testifies in Florida Tobacco Trial
  • June 09, 2000

  • "Money" Magazine Names Five Best U.S. Retirement Cities
  • Brooke Ellison, Paralyzed from Neck Down, Graduates Harvard
  • Gallup Poll: Americans Generally Satisfied with Economy
  • Rev. Jackson: 'More Than One Person Was Involved in the Killing of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'
  • Justice Dept. Says James Earl Ray Acted Alone in King Assassination
  • Cincinnati Goes Hog Wild for Big Pig Gig
  • The Missing Submarine: Engineers Prepare to Raise Hunley from Ocean Floor
  • FBI Consults Computer Security Firm to Derail Hacker Bug
  • Justice Department Concludes No Conspiracy to Assassinate Martin Luther King Jr.
  • June 08, 2000

  • Olympic Torch Serves as Symbol of Unity for Australia
  • Authorities Yet to Charge Suspect in Barrel Murders
  • Police Arrest Lori Gonzalez Murder Suspect
  • Greek Police Suspect Mysterious Guerrilla Group in British Diplomat Killing
  • L.A. Fans Pumped As Lakers Battle Pacers in NBA Finals
  • Debate Heats Up Over Controversial Inheritance Tax Repeal
  • EPA Bans New Production of Chlorpyrifos
  • Victims' Rights Groups Miffed Over Online Sale of 'Murderabilia'
  • Web Site Rewards Tardy Travelers
  • Florida Residents Anxious to Return to Homes and Families Following Latest Fire
  • June 07, 2000

  • California Winery Attempting to Improve the Image of the Screw- Top
  • Hurricane Forecaster Predicting Busy Season
  • Confectioners, Retailers Gather at Chicago's All Candy Expo; Industry Spokesperson Discusses the Challenge to Innovate
  • Judge's Final Ruling in Microsoft Case Expected Today
  • Clinton Uses Executive Authority to Expand Medicare Coverage
  • Former Blind Man Thanks God for Miracle of Sight
  • Airbus Proposes Jumbojet That Would Seat 550, Dwarf Boeing 747
  • FDA Drags Feet Over Fate of RU-486
  • Gallup Poll: 65 Percent of Americans Have Favorable Opinion of Microsoft
  • Sen. Leahy: Innocence Protection Act 'Not a Partisan Issue'
  • Clinton Orders Medicare to Cover Clinical Trials
  • June 06, 2000

  • Manhunt for Escaped Sex Offender Continues in Florida
  • Ray Lewis Offers Damaging Testimony Against Former Co- Defendants
  • Fmr. Rep. Sam Gibbons Remembers D-Day Invasion of Normandy
  • Cocktail Waitress Scores $10,000 Tip From Grateful Customer
  • Indonesian Earthquake Death Toll Rises to 103; Tens of Thousands Homeless
  • New Diabetes Treatment May Eliminate Need for Insulin Injections
  • Largest Gathering of W.W. II Veterans Honors Opening of D-Day Museum
  • June 05, 2000

  • Dr. Penelope Leach Talks About 'Your Baby and Child'
  • Queen Elizabeth Meets With Camilla Parker-Bowles
  • Dozens Killed, Thousand Displaced as Earthquake Rocks Indonesia
  • Ray Lewis Cops Plea; Gets Misdemeanor
  • Gallup Poll: 61 Percent of Americans Believe U.S.-Russian Relationship Friendly
  • High Court Bolsters Rights of Parents at Cost of Two Grandparents
  • Take a Bow: 'Kiss me Kate' Tops at the Tony Awards
  • Antonen: John Rocker's Alleged Threat Against Sports Reporter Jeff Pearlman 'Another Distraction for the Braves'
  • NFL Linebacker Ray Lewis Pleads Guilty to Obstruction of Justice
  • Supreme Court Rules Parents Trump Grandparents in Major Child Decisions
  • Ray Lewis Murder Charges Dropped; Set to Testify for Prosecution
  • June 02, 2000

  • Tobacco Companies Must Wait on Judge's Decision to Dismiss Massive Federal Lawsuit
  • Government Proposes Steps to Correct Alaska Airlines' Maintenance Problems
  • Bob Hope Stable After Toughing Out Bout of Internal Bleeding
  • Stock Watch: Jobless Rate Rises to 4.1 Percent, Easing Inflation Fears on Wall Street
  • Havana Mothers Protest Elian's Injunction Against Leaving U.S.
  • Michigan Students Study History on Wagon Train Trip
  • Several U.S. Airlines Announce Pet Embargo, Cite Safety
  • FAA Limits Alaska Airlines Heavy Maintenance Autonomy
  • June 01, 2000

  • Here Comes the Judge: Jackson Delays Microsoft Antitrust Decision
  • Luxembourg Hostage Situation Over: Gunman Shot, Children Safe
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Court Says No to Asylum Hearing; Miami Relatives Have 14 Days to File Appeal
  • AMA Says Antibiotic Overuse Potentially Harmful
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Miami Relatives Seek Supreme Court Help After Asylum Claim Rejected; Boy Must Remain in U.S. Pending Further Appeals
  • Danger of Inland Flooding the Focus as Atlantic Hurricane Season Begins
  • Luxembourg Hostage Standoff Reaches Second Day
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Court Rules No Asylum Hearing; Miami Relatives Have 14 Days to File Appeal
  • May 31, 2000

  • Israelis Consider Absence of Long-Held Buffer Zone on Lebanese Border
  • Russia Launching Anti-Tobacco Campaign
  • President Clinton Considered Indispensable in Middle East Quest for Peace
  • The Diet Debate: USDA to Test Low-Carb vs. High-Protein Diets
  • Teller: Oregon Law Will Not Discourage Adoption
  • Coming Out: Gay Teenagers Fighting to Attend High School Proms
  • Sleep-Deprived Firefighters Battle Another New Mexico Fire
  • Adoptive Rights Advocate Discusses Oregon Open Records Law
  • Gunman Takes Children Hostage in Luxembourg
  • Smashing Success: Experts Encouraged by Crash Test Results on Mid-Size Luxury Vehicles
  • May 30, 2000

  • Hong Kong Closes Last of Its Vietnamese Refugee Camps, Dashes Hopes of Some Residents
  • South Florida Community Mourns English Teacher Shot by Student
  • Tourists Returning to Yosemite National Park
  • Residents of Old Lisbon Experience Growing Pains Amid Portugal's Efforts to Capitalize on Tourism
  • Florida Fires Coming Close to Homes
  • Body Exhumed in Granbury, TX to Determine Jesse James Mystery
  • Government Issues New Growth Charts for Children
  • Election 2000: New York Republicans Set to Announce Rick Lazio as U.S. Senate Candidate
  • May 29, 2000

  • Supreme Court Considers Water Rights Dispute Between Virginia and Maryland
  • MIA Widow Tells Her Story
  • Florida Wildfires: New Fires Reported in Gainesville Area
  • Memorial Day: President Clinton Lays Wreath at Tomb of the Unknowns
  • Our Planet: Conservationists Struggling to Preserve Last Major Philippine Wilderness Forest
  • Playing Ball: Despite 'Inconvenience' Samantha Eyman Swings for the Fences
  • Ticket Insurance: National Motorists Assn. Offers Protection for Traffic Violators
  • Prayers and Question in Walkerton, Ontario
  • Florida Wildfires Contained; But Fire Officials Worry About Summer
  • May 26, 2000

  • Dracula Lovers Head for Count's Castle
  • South African President Thabo Mbeki Discusses a Busy Week of International Statesmanship
  • Canadian Authorities Open Criminal Investigation Into Fatal E. Coli Outbreak
  • Gallup Poll: Americans Not Convinced Gas Prices Will Soon Drop
  • Food and Water Preparation Best Protection Against E. coli
  • May 25, 2000

  • Survey Debunks Notion of Teaching as Profession of Last Resort
  • Dog Days
  • Microsoft the Underdog in Streaming Media Technology
  • Doctor Provides Maggots Over Internet
  • Sierra Leone Chaos Claims Lives of AP, Reuters Journalists
  • Cuba-Americans Set to Protest Reno Speech in Miami
  • Government Tightens Security After Undercover Tests Expose Threat
  • Breast Cancer: CNN Moscow Bureau Chief Jill Dougherty's Personal Story
  • Flight Simulator Mimics Last Moments of Alaska Airlines Flight 261
  • Reuters, AP Journalists Killed in Sierra Leone Rebel Ambush
  • May 24, 2000

  • Bonnie's Cookies Taking Cookie Kingdom Online
  • Doctors Get The Inside Picture With Wireless 'Pill' Technology
  • FAA Releases Final Taped Words of Doomed Alaska Airlines Flight 261
  • Car Talk: Labor, Management Clash Over PNTR
  • United and US Airways Propose Merger
  • Maryland State Prosecutors Drop Wiretapping Case Against Tripp; Rep. Fattah to Vote Against PNTR
  • May 23, 2000

  • Moscow Struggling to Cope With Growing Traffic
  • NIH and FDA Announce New Clinical Guidelines
  • Researchers Making Advances in Fight Against Cancer
  • Clinton, Allies Target House Fence-Sitters as China Trade Showdown Intensifies
  • Fighting Breaks Out Along Border as Israeli Troops Withdraw From Southern Lebanon; Hezbollah Forces Move In to Fill Vacuum
  • Arkansas Committee Recommends Disbarment of President
  • Researchers Report Progress Treating Cancer With Vaccine Therapy, Drug Combination
  • Capitol Hill Buzzing with China Trade Vote Tomorrow
  • May 22, 2000

  • Cockpit Voice Recorder Provides Little Help in Pennsylvania Charter Plane Crash Investigation
  • Banzhaf: Engle Case Puts Big Tobacco 'Very Much on the Ropes'
  • Organ Recipient Meets Mother of Deceased Boy Donator
  • Heston Reelected President of NRA; Intends to be Force in Election 2000
  • Investigators Seek Cause of Simultaneous Engine Failure in Pennsylvania Plane Crash
  • May 19, 2000

  • How to Avoid Catching the Latest Computer Virus
  • NRA Defends Policies at Annual Convention
  • 'NEWLOVE.vbs' Virus Appears
  • May 18, 2000

  • South Florida Country Club Raises Stink Over Pig Farmer Next Door
  • Two R.I. Teens Bilk Bank Cash Machine Out of Thousands of Dollars
  • Strait Talk Ahead of Taiwan Inaugural
  • Fed Chairman Greenspan Throws Support Behind China Trade Deal
  • New Mexico Fires: Interior Secretary Babbitt to Release Preliminary Report on Controlled Burn Gone Awry
  • Class of 2000 Pass K-12 Together
  • FDA Study Raises New Concerns Over Silicon Breast Implants
  • Atlantis 'Go' For Liftoff Tomorrow
  • Federal Reserve Chairman Greenspan Endorses Bill to Grant China Permanent Normal Trade Relations With U.S.
  • New Mexico Fires: Clinton Administration Moves to Secure Money for Victims, Explain Cause of Blaze
  • May 17, 2000

  • T. Rex Debuts in Chicago Museum
  • State Prosecutors Say Cigarette Makers Breaking Promise of Not Targeting Advertising at Youth
  • Many ATMs in France Out of Cash Because of Two-Week Strike by Armored Car Drivers
  • Bill to Upgrade China's Trade Status Faces Critical Hurdle in House
  • Sierra Leone Rebel Leader Foday Sankoh Captured by Government
  • New Mexico Fire: High Winds Add Fuel to Fast-Moving Flames
  • Two Suspects in 1963 Church Bombing Surrender to Authorities
  • Rieppel: Fossil Skull Offers Different Insights into T. rex
  • Automakers Critical of Government's SUV Rollover-Risk Rating System
  • Los Alamos, New Mexico Fire Reportedly 45 Percent Contained
  • May 16, 2000

  • Researchers Working Toward Lawns That Don't Need Mowing
  • Queen Elizabeth Honors Elizabeth Taylor and Julie Andrews
  • Residents Returning to Los Alamos
  • Freeing the Peacekeepers: British Forces Arrive in Sierra Leone, Stabilize Situation
  • Winds Kick Up Wildfires in New Mexico but Los Alamos Past Most Danger
  • Economists Expect Fed to Increase Interest Rates a Half Point
  • 'Kiss My Foot' Campaign: Nevada Cocktail Waitresses Push Casino Owners to Stop Requiring High Heels
  • Hillary to Get New York Democratic Nomination for U.S. Senate
  • Father of Columbine Victim Discusses Sheriff's Department Report on Massacre
  • Fed Expected to Announce Interest Rate Hike Today
  • May 15, 2000

  • Colorado Authorities to Issue Definitive Report on Columbine Shootings
  • President Pushes Funding for Bulletproof Vests
  • Million Mom March Founder Donna Dees-Thomases Discusses Gun Control Efforts
  • Gunman in Norway Holding Five Children, Two Adults Hostage
  • Decision on Future of Indiana U. Basketball Coach Bob Knight's Future Expected Today
  • At Least Two Killed, More Than 250 Wounded in Worst Israeli- Palestinian Violence in Four Years
  • Firefighters Intensify Efforts Before Anticipated Winds
  • Colorado Police Set to Release Massive Report on Columbine
  • Rescue Crews Search for Bodies in Aftermath of Netherlands Fireworks Explosion
  • Clinton Announces More Money for Police to Buy Bulletproof Vests
  • General Motors Plans Air Bag Innovations for 2001
  • Winds Picking Up to Dismay of Firefighters in New Mexico
  • May 12, 2000

  • Million Mom March Against Gun Violence to Kick Off This Weekend
  • Newest Video Games Come to Life at E3 Interactive Show
  • Toxic Threat?
  • Firefighters in New Mexico Having Better Luck with Weather
  • Fires Continue to Spread in New Mexico Despite Calmer Winds; Firefighters Watch Their Homes Go Up in Smoke
  • Sen. Domenici: Common Sense Would Indicate Government Liability in New Mexico Wildfires
  • New Mexico Wildfires: Investigators to Examine Why Park Officials Authorized Burn with Negative Weather Forecast
  • May 11, 2000

  • More and More Women Dropping Out of Work Force to Become Full- Time Moms
  • FEMA Director Witt Discusses Damage Assessment, Federal Disaster Declaration in Los Alamos
  • Computer Student in Philippines Admits 'Love Bug' May Have Been an Accident
  • Wildfires Leave Path of Devastation in Los Alamos
  • ValuJet Legacy
  • Hundreds of Homes Are Damaged or Destroyed in New Mexico Wildfires
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Court Hears Arguments Over Who Can Make Decisions for Boy
  • Appeals Court Takes up Elian Gonzalez Case
  • White House Study Illustrates Gender Wage Gap on 'Equal Pay Day'
  • Inside E3: Sony's PlayStation2 to Hit North America Before Christmas 2000
  • Babbitt: Los Alamos Wildfires 'a Mighty Serious Disaster'
  • Wildfires Consuming Los Alamos, N.M. House by House
  • May 10, 2000

  • Cannes Film Festival Gets Under Way
  • President Clinton, Democratic Lawmakers Unveil Plans to Extend Prescription Drug Benefits for Older Americans
  • British Government to Order New Child Cell-Phone Restrictions
  • Rebels Advance Toward Sierra Leone Capital
  • Waterlogged Wheels Heading for Used Car Lot Near You
  • Hurricane Forecasters Predict Turbulent Season
  • Illinois Lottery Officials Award $1.8 Million Big Game Retailer Commission
  • Democrats Unveil Prescription Drug Benefit Proposal
  • NOAA Predicts Stormy Summer
  • Report Backs Up FBI's Claim No Shots Fired During Waco Fire
  • Congressional Republicans Unveil 'E-Contract 2000'
  • Illinois Lottery Director Discusses $1.8 Million Big Game Retailer Commission
  • 007 on the WWW: Intelligence Agents in Britain May Soon Get Sweeping Power for On-Line Surveillance
  • FTC Set to Announce Settlement on CD Prices
  • British Government to Issue Report on Cell Phone Safety
  • May 09, 2000

  • Philippine Authorities Release Suspect in 'Love Bug' Computer Virus Investigation
  • International Destinations Hot for U.S. Travelers this Summer
  • Cuban College Baseball Player Defects in Minnesota
  • New Survey Finds Continental Airlines as Top Choice of Frequent Flyers
  • New Economy Entrepreneur Puts Fortune to Use in Mississippi School System
  • Great Britain Evacuates Its Citizens From Sierra Leone
  • 'Big Game' Jackpot Rises to $350 Million
  • McCain Does his Duty, Endorses Bush for President
  • CNN 20: 50th Anniversary of the End of WW II, May 9, 1995
  • Pill Revolution
  • Scales of Justice: San Francisco Board of Supervisors Votes to Ban Height and Weight Discrimination
  • Big Game Fever: Pennsylvanians Head to New Jersey for $350 Million Jackpot; Gambling Counselor Warns Some Will Overspend
  • Former Presidents Ford, Carter Affirm Support For Permanent Trade Agreement With China
  • Adios La Nina: NASA Predicts Weather Pattern Running Out of Steam
  • 'Big Game' Set to Pay $350M to Winner; Much More to State Programs
  • May 08, 2000

  • 3500 Gather at St. Patrick's Cathedral for Cardinal O'Connor's Funeral Mass
  • Pat Hitchcock Remembers Her Father Alfred as 'Wonderful Family Man'
  • Scientists Complete Sequencing of Chromosome 21
  • As Mourners Gather for Cardinal O'Connor's Funeral, Many Reflect on His Life
  • May 05, 2000

  • Autowraps.com Takes Advertising on the Road
  • Attorneys for Libyans Accused of Pan Am 103 Bombing Begin Cross-Examination of Police
  • Laptop Computer Missing From State Department Contained Highly Classified Information That Was Not Encrypted
  • Behind the Scenes of the 126th Kentucky Derby
  • Government Issues New Rules for Testing Automobile Air Bags
  • Doctors Performing More Bypass Surgeries on Patients in Their 80s
  • Gallup Poll: 60 Percent of Americans Have Played Lottery in Past 12 Years
  • Kentucky Derby: In Pursuit of a Fast Buck at the World's Most Famous Horse Race
  • 'Big Game' Drawing Draws Near, Jackpot Climbs
  • Michael Jordan's Larger-than-Life Air Time Hits Theaters Today
  • Israel, Hezbollah Guerrillas Call Off Fighting After Fierce Round of Rocket Attacks
  • Jobless Rate at Lowest Level in 30 Years
  • May 04, 2000

  • Sierra Leone Rebels Kill Several U.N. Peacekeepers and Hold Even More Hostage
  • A Canine Orphan of Fighting in Kosovo Gets a New Home
  • 'Love Bug' Strikes Computers Worldwide; California Company Works to Get Rid of Unwanted Affection
  • Dot.Com Real Estate Scramble Sends San Francisco Property Values Through Roof
  • Cardinal John O'Connor's Death Prompts Secretive Search for Successor
  • Cardinal Keeler Remembers Cardinal John O'Connor
  • 'Love Bug' Crashes Computer Systems Worldwide; FBI Launches Investigation
  • CNN 20: Israel and PLO Sign Agreement, May 4, 1994
  • Allergy Alternatives
  • Photographer Howard Ruffner Discusses Images from the Kent State Protests 30 Years Later
  • John Cardinal O'Connor, Catholic Leader, Teacher, Humanitarian, Dead at 80
  • Kent State Remembers Dead, Wounded 30 Years After National Guard Shooting
  • FBI Agents Remove Vieques Island Protesters, End Year-Long Standoff
  • 'Love Bug' Computer Virus Spreading at Rapid Rate Around the World
  • May 03, 2000

  • Protesters in Vieques Wait for Eviction
  • Manufacturers of Genetically Altered Foods Now Required to Consult with FDA
  • Russians Consider Whether to Pay as Tax Day Arrives
  • Madagascar Poor in Material Wealth, Rich in Natural Wonders
  • Pan Am 103 Bombing Suspects Claim Palestinians Responsible
  • Tyler: Minorities Face 'Concrete Ceiling' at Secret Service
  • Using Free Voice Mail Via the Internet
  • Laptop Stolen From State Department Contained Top Secret Weapons Proliferation Information
  • May 02, 2000

  • CNN 20: Nelson Mandela Is Elected
  • Investigation of Two Libyan Suspects Connected to Pan Am Flight 103 Bombing Mired in International Politics
  • A-Bomb Creator Turned Opponent Worries About Proliferation
  • New Study Finds Lifestyle Changes Can Help Prevent Onset of Vascular Dementia
  • Senate Committee Holds Hearings on Third-Party Theft, Misuse of Social Security Funds
  • Navy Warships Loom Off Vieques as Protesters Remain Camped on Bombing Range
  • Protesters in Puerto Rico Prepare to be Arrested
  • A Nation Remembers: Air Raid Sirens Wail as Israelis Pay Homage to the Memory of Six Million Jews Murdered in Holocaust
  • Gore Speech Emphasizes Fighting Crime by Fighting Drugs
  • Shalala: Government Should Help Parents Tailor Work Schedule to be 'Supportive of Their Children'
  • May 01, 2000

  • May Day Protests in Germany Turn Violent
  • AIDS Epidemic Generating Orphans Across Africa
  • Millions Lose Their ABC as Feud Between Time Warner and Disney Escalates
  • Pakistan, Other South Asian Nations Becoming Safe Haven for Terrorists
  • San Francisco Counts Homeless
  • Fidel Castro Calls for Return of Elian Gonzalez at May Day Celebration
  • 'The Final Days': White House Video Depicts President Clinton Coasting Into Lame Duck Status
  • Commercial Actors Go on Strike
  • State Department Says South Asia Has Become Safe Haven for Terror Networks
  • Pope John Paul II Asks Wealthier Nations to Forgive Third World Debt
  • Time Warner and Disney Feuding
  • April 28, 2000

  • 'Cricket the Dog': Squirrel's Best Friend
  • Federal Gun Buyback Program Set to Start in Washington Today
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: 6-Year-Old Joined by Cuban Classmates at Secluded Maryland Estate
  • Federal Government Set to File Formal Microsoft Breakup Proposal
  • Immigration Ebbs, Flows With Strength of U.S. Economy
  • Lou Waters and Flip Spiceland Celebrate 20 Years at CNN
  • Gun Buyback Programs Persist Despite Debate Over Effectiveness
  • April 27, 2000

  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Attorney General Janet Reno Defends Use of Force to Seize 6-Year-Old
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Court Denies Ad Litem Motion
  • Vermont Looks to Methadone to Combat Surge in Heroin Use
  • New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani's Expected Senate Candidacy in Question After Prostate Cancer Diagnosis
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Cuban Visitors Expected this Afternoon
  • Scientists Discover Potential Secret of Aging in Cloning Technique
  • CNN 20: Eritrea Independence, April 27, 1993
  • Computer Companies Take Steps to Protect Against Cyberattacks
  • Rudy Giuliani Announces He Has Prostate Cancer; Weighs Many Treatments
  • Japan's Worst Nuclear Disaster Claims Second Life
  • Rises in GDP, Wages Pressure Fed on Interest Rates
  • April 26, 2000

  • Legendary Broadway Producer David Merrick Dies at 88
  • Ladies of Rylstone Raising Cash for Cancer Research and Raising a Few Eyebrows in the Process
  • Blumenthal: Counter-Lawsuit Filed by Gunmakers Against Government 'Unfounded and Preposterous'
  • New Study Heats Up Debate Over Prescription Drug Costs, Medicare Benefits
  • NASA Hopes Third Time is the Charm for Space Shuttle Atlantis
  • Gun Industry Takes Aim at HUD Secretary Cuomo, So-Called Commercial 'Code of Conduct'
  • Actor Christopher Reeve Urges Senate to Drop Federal Ban on Stem Cell Research
  • Latino Groups See Double Standard in INS Treatment of Elian Gonzalez
  • Border Bloodshed Erupts Again in Kashmir
  • Holmer: New Study on Rising Drug Costs 'Politically Motivated'
  • Hitler's Skull on Display at World War II Exhibit in Moscow
  • Clinton Urges Expanding Medicare to Cover Prescription Drugs
  • April 25, 2000

  • Suspected Teen Gunman Still at Large After Wounding 7 at Washington's National Zoo
  • Police Searching for Suspect in National Zoo Shooting
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Marshals Move Elian and Family; Reno Meets with Senators; Miami Closes Down in Work Stoppage; Some Marlins Players Sit
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Elian and Family Leave Andrews Air Force Base for Undisclosed Location
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Senators Question Reno on Use of Force in Weekend Raid
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Cuban-Americans Strike in Miami; Florida Relatives Rebuffed in Washington
  • April 24, 2000

  • High-Tech Hip: Cool Stuff for the Home
  • Elian Gonzalez and His Immediate Family Avoiding Media Spotlight
  • Crew of Space Shuttle Atlantis Waiting for NASA to Give Go- Ahead for Launch
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Lawmakers Call for Congressional Hearings Into Weekend Seizure of Boy; Psychiatrist Recounts Father-Son Reunion
  • Rev. Campbell: Connection Between Elian Gonzalez, Father 'Profound and Moving to Watch'
  • CNN 20: Michael Milken Pleads Guilty, April 24, 1990
  • Himan Brown Continues to Produce Radio Drama in the Television Age
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: White House Defends Decision to Take 6- Year-Old By Force; Florida Relatives Continue to Seek Access to Boy
  • Government Prosecutors Moving to Recommend Microsoft Breakup
  • Car Plunges into Bedroom; Couple Survives in 'Easter Miracle'
  • April 21, 2000

  • 'Gameful' Employment
  • Gallup Poll: 37 Percent of 18- to 29-Year-Olds Consider Themselves Environmentalists
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Attorney General Reno Meets Briefly With Juan Miguel on Plans to Reunite Father, Son
  • Multicultural Portrait Offers 'Jesus of the People'
  • Bed and Breakfast Encourages Medicinal Marijuana Use
  • Russian Duma Approves Global Nuclear Test Ban Treaty
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: All Eyes on Washington as Clinton Administration Considers Action to Reunite Boy With Father
  • Earth Day 2000: Julia Butterfly Hill Discusses 'The Legacy of Luna'
  • Law Protecting Privacy of Minors in Cyberspace Takes Effect
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: White House Involved in Planning Enforcement Action; Miami Relatives Hope for Mediated Family Meeting
  • April 20, 2000

  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Miami Family Seeks Mediation From 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, Renews Offer to Meet With Juan Miguel
  • Columbine Looking to the Future: Students, Staff Gather in Remembrance of Victims
  • Dietz: 'Rampage Killing' a Form of Suicide
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Reno Huddles with Advisers; Cuban Government Accuses Miami Dissidents of Stockpiling Weapons Near Boy's Home
  • 'New York Times' Study Finds Common Patterns in 'Rampage Killers'
  • Survivors and Bereaved Commemorate Anniversary of Columbine Shooting
  • April 19, 2000

  • Parent of Columbine Victim Lobbies For Gun-Control Initiative
  • Crews Continue Searching for Clues in Air Philippines Crash
  • Acid Rain Devastating Many Lakes in the Adirondacks
  • CNN 20: Janet Reno on 'LARRY KING LIVE', April 19, 1993
  • Families, Survivors Dedicate Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial at Private Service
  • Rocker Return to Cheers in Atlanta
  • Dispute Sets off Senior Tower Shooting Rampage Outside Detroit
  • Exotic Dancer Practices in Front Yard to the Chagrin of Neighbors
  • Vermont Senate Passes Gay Benefits Legislation
  • Relatives, Survivors Gather to Dedicate Oklahoma City Memorial
  • Authorities Seek Cause of Air Philippines Crash Killing 131
  • April 18, 2000

  • Russian Shoppers Swarm New IKEA Store in Moscow
  • Two 17-Year-Old California Students Arrested for High School Murder Plot
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Cuban Government Preparing Accommodations for Boy's Return
  • Virtual Anchor: Ananova Set for Launch
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Government Pediatrician Advocates Immediate Removal from Great Uncle's Home; Protesters, Miami Relatives Disagree
  • FDA Approves New Antibiotic to Fight Resistant Bacteria
  • Stock Watch: Markets Continue Comeback From Last Week's Deep Plunge
  • April 17, 2000

  • D.C. Police Keep Protesters From Shutting Down World Bank/IMF Meeting
  • Navajo Reservation in New Mexico is Far From Wired World
  • Volatility in Stock Markets Unnerving Investors
  • U.S. State Department Scrambling to Find Missing Laptop Computer
  • Volatility Marks Monday After Friday's Stock Market Plunge
  • Elian Gonzalez Handover Standoff: Little Havana Quiet as Miami Relatives, Justice Department Await Court Rulings
  • Activism On-Line
  • Gallup Poll: 56 Americans Have Unfavorable Opinion of IRS
  • Baldwin: Momentum Shift Delivers 'Shocking Realization' to Some Investors
  • Northern California Residents Lose Homes to Erosion
  • Vladimir Putin's Western Exposure
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Lazaro Gonzalez, U.S. Justice Department Remain Unmovable, Await Federal Appeals Court Ruling
  • Protests at World Bank/IMF Meeting Quiet Down
  • Stock Watch: Markets in Positive Territory, but Nervousness Remains
  • April 14, 2000

  • Plowing the Poppy in Afghanistan
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Lawyers for Miami Relatives Must Respond to Government Request for Court Order by Tonight
  • Bad Inflation Report Sends Dow, Nasdaq Plummeting
  • Elian Gonzalez Handover Standoff: Juan Miguel Tours National Cathedral; Legal Wrangling Delays Father-Son Reunion
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Justice Seeking Weight of Court Order to Force Lazaro Gonzalez to Comply
  • Net Profit: Web Sites Offer Help in Claiming Neglected Assets
  • Duma Ratifies START II; Implementation Not Yet a Done Deal
  • Free Music Controversy: Music Industry Takes on Napster
  • Detroit Police to Charge Former Navy Sailor in Connection With Worldwide Prostitute Stranglings
  • Russian Lawmakers Ratify START II Treaty
  • Consumer Price Report Sends Stocks Plummeting
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Justice Department Makes New Offer to Florida Relatives
  • April 13, 2000

  • Elian Gonzalez Handover Deadline: Attorney General Asks for Cooperation of Miami Community
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: As Deadline Approaches, Miami Relatives Remain at Home, Intending to Defy Handover Order
  • Opa-Locka Airport Standing Ready Should Elian Be Flown to D.C.
  • April 12, 2000

  • Where Gnomes Roam
  • Government Prepared to Order Transfer of Elian Gonzalez
  • Massachusetts Health Officials Launch Aggressive Detection Efforts for Mosquitoes Carrying West Nile Virus
  • Organized Labor Activists Takes Aim at China Trade Deal
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Justice Department Poised to Send Transfer Order; Miami Relatives Seek Assistance of O'Laughlin, Consider Next Move
  • Clinton Travels to Denver Highlighting State Gun-Control Efforts
  • Students the Brains Behind the Brawn in 'Bot Ball'
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Elian and Miami Relatives Take Refuge at Nun's Residence
  • April 11, 2000

  • Streaming Media Could Be 21st Century TV
  • Japanese Youth Calling for Greater Acceptance of Change
  • Washington Police Prepare for Protests Against World Bank, IMF
  • Research Suggests Some Life Stress Necessary for Survival; Psychiatrist Recommends Finding Right Level of 'Challenge'
  • President Clinton On Hand for Signing of Maryland's New Gun Safety Bill; Expectations Low for Mideast Peace Talks With Israeli Prime Minister
  • Genetic Key may Control Development of Certain Diseases Associated with Aging
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Miami-Area Mayors Meet With Attorney General Janet Reno
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Justice Department Continues Preparations to Return Boy to Father
  • Controversial Historian Loses Libel Case Against American Professor
  • President Clinton Observes Signing Ceremony for New Maryland Gun Control Law
  • April 10, 2000

  • CIA Disciplines Seven Employees for Their Roles in Bombing of Chinese Embassy; China Demands Broader Investigation
  • Mental Health Experts Await Meeting With Lazaro Gonzalez
  • U.N. Honors Diplomats Who Saved Others During Holocaust
  • Florida Judge Likely to Throw Out Lazaro's Petition for Custody
  • Family of Elian Gonzalez Divided on Where 6-Year-Old Should Live
  • FDA Considers Drug Uprima in Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction
  • Late Planes and Lost Baggage: Airlines Ranked Low in Customer Satisfaction by New Study
  • Airline Quality Study Finds Passenger Complaints Soaring
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Meeting with Florida Relatives Delayed
  • Discover Boating Director Discusses the Latest Products on the Market
  • North and South Korea Plan Historic Summit
  • Irish-American Cop Earns Respect of New York's Harlem Community, Peers
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Florida Relatives' Meeting with Government-Appointed Mental Health Experts Delayed
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Government Mental Health Experts Wait to Meet with Lazaro Gonzalez
  • April 07, 2000

  • Elian Gonzalez Case: More Political, Legal Maneuvering Ahead Despite Father's Optimism
  • Bosnian-Serb Momcilo Krajisnik Answers Charges Before War Crimes Tribunal
  • Big Tobacco on Trial
  • X-Ray Vision: New Security Scanner Sees Through Clothes, Sends Some Passengers Ducking for Cover
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Attorney General Meets With Boy's Father, Prepares to Transfer Custody; Demonstrators Maintain Vigil in Miami
  • Gallup Poll: Majority of American Golf Fans View Tiger Woods as Greater than Nicklaus in his Prime
  • Golf Prodigy: 12-Year-Old Martha Burkhard Wins San Francisco City Championship
  • President Clinton Signs Away Depression-Era Penalty on Older Workers
  • Ford Unveils Fuel-Efficient SUV
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Father Meets with Reno; Demonstrators to Stage Traffic Slowdown in Miami
  • April 06, 2000

  • Researchers Say They've Learned Deep Sea Diving Secrets of Various Seagoing Mammals
  • Nineteen-Year-Old Golf Phenom Tees Off at Masters
  • War of Words in the City by the Bay
  • Gallup Poll: 60 Percent of Americans Think Gas Price Increase is Temporary
  • 'Milestone' Claimed by Human Genome Researchers
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Father Arrives in U.S.; Justice Department Seeks Peaceful Transfer of Boy
  • PE Celera Announces Major First Step in Race to Map Human Genome
  • Jeddo, PA Mayor Clyde Warner Searching for Census
  • Tiger Woods, The Man to Beat at The Masters
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: INS, Florida Relatives Resume Talks; Boy's Father Arrives at U.S. Home of Cuban Diplomat
  • Granny Got Her Gun: 60-Year-Old Woman Holds up Convenience Stores
  • April 04, 2000

  • Miami Police Letting Protesters `Vent' Around House of Elian Gonzalez's Miami Relatives
  • Daring Thief Breaks Into British Museum and Steals Encoding Machine Once Used By Nazis
  • Garcia: Elian Gonzalez Controversy 'About Fidel Castro and the Cuban Community in the United States'
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Boy's Father Not Expected to Leave Cuba Today
  • Nasdaq Plummets Nearly 500 Points
  • Microsoft Faces Macro Problems in Third Phase of Antitrust Trial
  • Krispy Kreme IPO a Tasty Investment
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Final Preparations Under Way for Boy's Father to Travel to U.S.; Florida Relatives Continue Fight to Retain Custody
  • April 03, 2000

  • British Law Aims to Crack Down on Asylum Seekers
  • Massachusetts Begins Enforcement of Handgun Safety Rules
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Cuba Requests Visas for Father, 25 Others; Florida Family, Government Resume Negotiations on Boy's Future
  • Cincinnati Welcomes Ken Griffey Jr. on Opening Day
  • Federal Judge Expected to Rule Strongly Against Microsoft in Antitrust Case; Financial Markets Reacting to Verdict
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Negotiations Shift from Tuesday Deadline
  • American Academy of Pediatrics Urges Removal of Guns From Homes Where Children Live
  • Splish, Splash: New Warnings for Baby Splash Classes
  • Little Girl with a Big Talent for Dance
  • Elian Gonzalez's Father, Support Team Apply for U.S. Visas
  • One Year Later, Remnants of War in Kosovo
  • Clinton Wishes Speedy Recovery After Japanese Prime Minister Suffers Stroke, Lapses Into Coma
  • Husband-and-Wife Co-Authors Discuss Their 'Baseball Vacations'
  • Judge Expected to Rule in Microsoft Antitrust Case Today
  • March 31, 2000

  • IDTV Sweeps Europe, Sets Its Sights on Interactive America
  • Death Toll in Ugandan Cult Killings Surpasses 900
  • White House Fumes Over Gore's Break With Administration Policy
  • LAPD Corruption Scandal Triggers Feud Between Chief, Rank-and- File
  • Peter Cary Discusses the 'U.S. News' Survey of Best American Grad Schools
  • College Towns Place Special Emphasis on Census 2000
  • Gore Breaks With Administration Policy On Elian Gonzalez Case, Father Rejects Residency Proposal
  • March 30, 2000

  • Mick Jagger Returns to Grammar School
  • Study Finds TV Content Grew Dramatically More Coarse in Last 10 Years
  • How to Avoid an Inheritance Tax Bite on Your IRA
  • More Victims Found in Connection with Ugandan Doomsday Cult
  • Rash of Downtown Tornadoes Dispels Myth that Twisters Don't Hit Big Cities
  • Lawyer for Juan Miguel Gonzalez Announces Client's Intention to Come to America
  • Census Questions: Offensive Or Helpful?
  • Study Links Calcium in Dairy Products to Weight Loss
  • CNN 20: Smoker's Family Awards $81 Million, March 30, 1999
  • Congress Proposes Controversial Repeal of Gas Tax
  • Custody Battle Over Elian Gonzalez Heats up: Elian's Father Ready To Fly To U.S.; Lawyers Resume Talks With INS
  • March 29, 2000

  • NIH Announces Recommendations to Better Inform About Osteoporosis
  • Scientist Links Finger Lengths to Lesbianism
  • Hard-Hit Texas Neighborhood Suffers Tornado Damage But No Injuries
  • Tornadoes Cut Swathe of Destruction Across Tarrant County, Texas
  • President Clinton to Hold News Conference Amid Controversy About Willey Letters, Missing E-Mails
  • Results of Low-Speed Crash Tests Have Car Manufacturers Going Back to the Drawing Board
  • IRS Hopes Electronic Filing Can Relieve Crush of Paperwork
  • Federal Judge Rules Clinton's Release of Willey Letters 'A Criminal Violation Of the Privacy Act'
  • Twister-Stricken Fort Worth Tries to Get Back on its Feet
  • March 28, 2000

  • National Sleep Foundation Says Americans Need More Sleep
  • Freight Train in North Georgia Rips School Bus in Two, Killing Two Children, Injuring Others
  • Gonzalez Family Snubs Government's Demand
  • Safety Experts Focus on New Risk to Young Drivers: Lack of Sleep
  • School Bus Crash Stuns Small Town
  • Young Committee Explores New Theory on Fate of Mars Polar Lander
  • Census 2000 Sets Out to Count the Homeless
  • OPEC Ministers Could Be Nearing Decision on Oil Production
  • Florida Relatives of Elian Gonzalez Will Not Sign Proposal to Hand Elian Over if They Lose in Court
  • President of Egypt and President Clinton Meet, Discuss Middle East Peace Talks
  • Los Van Van Bringing Cuban Salsa Music to the World
  • Clinton Talks Middle East Peace with Egyptian President Mubarak
  • March 27, 2000

  • CNN 20: The Oscars
  • Oscar 2000 Provides Many Memorable Moments
  • Baby Boomers Redefine the Aging Process
  • Impasse in Peace Talks With Syria May Be Helpful to Barak
  • Family of Elian Gonzalez Requests Expedited Appeal in Federal Court
  • OPEC Ministers Try To Work Out Consensus On Oil-Production Increase
  • Russian History Marches On in Parade of Haired and Hairless
  • Does a Gore Campaign Finance Reform Proposal Have Any Credibility?
  • OPEC States Meet in Vienna, White House Watches Carefully
  • March 24, 2000

  • Pentagon Report Finds Harassment of Gays and Anti-Gay Speech Commonplace in the Military
  • Profile of Acting Russian President Vladimir Putin
  • The Pope in the Holy Land: John Paul II's Journey Brings Accomplishments, Disappointments
  • Charlotte, NC Stands to Lose Big With US Airways Shutdown
  • Three HMOs Encourage Pill-Splitting to Cut Costs
  • US Airways Strike Threat: Federal Negotiators Rushing to Head Off Crisis
  • Maxa: US Airways Ticketholders Face 'Game of Brinkmanship'
  • Dungeons of Disease: Russian Prisons Breeding Drug-Resistant TB
  • Chechen Capital Grozny Heavily Damaged After Six-Months of Russian Bombardment
  • The Pope in the Holy Land: John Paul II Draws Faithful to Mass on Mount of Beatitudes
  • Gallup Poll: American Public Votes Best Picture Oscar for 'The Green Mile'
  • US Airways Shutdown Threat: Negotiators Face Midnight Deadline
  • March 23, 2000

  • The Pope in the Holy Land: Pontiff Hopes to Cement Catholic Church's Reconciliation with Jews
  • Miami Relatives of Elian Gonzalez Ask Government to Hold Off Returning 6-Year-Old to Cuba
  • 13-Year-Old Actress Amanda Bynes Discusses The Big Help
  • Negotiators Reach Agreement on Dividing Nazi Labor Compensation Money
  • Clinton Calls Attention to Struggle of Indian Women
  • Justice Department Opens Criminal Investigation Into Disappearance of White House E-mail
  • Tracking On-Line Oscar Fever
  • New Details Emerge About Baltimore Hostage Standoff
  • New American Wealth Has Many Looking For Ways to Give Back
  • CNN 20: Wayne Gretzky Breaks Record, March 23, 1994
  • The Pope in the Holy Land: Visit to Holocaust Museum a 'Turning Point' to Some, Disappointment to Others
  • March 22, 2000

  • Terror in Sierra Leone
  • Chechen War Continues as Russians Prepare for Presidential Election
  • Cloudy Future for India's Taj Mahal
  • Diabetes Drug Rezulin Pulled From U.S. Market Due to Safety Concerns
  • Pope Visits Palestinians, Declares Support for Their 'Natural Right to a Homeland'
  • March 21, 2000

  • Federal Court Hearing for H. Rap Brown Has Just Concluded
  • Martinez: Design Changes to Increase SUV 'Crash Friendliness'
  • The Pope in the Holy Land: Israel Rolls Out Red Carpet
  • Supreme Court Transfers Authority Over Tobacco Regulation Back to Congress
  • Federal Judge Rules Attorney General Has Authority in Elian Gonzalez Asylum Matter
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Federal Judge Grants Attorney General Legal Grounds to Send 6-Year-Old Boy Home to Cuba
  • On-Line Pharmacies a Concern for Federal Regulators
  • CNN 20: Balloon Circles the Earth, March 21, 1999
  • Supreme Court Rules FDA Cannot Regulate Tobacco
  • NTSB Releases Report on TWA Flight 800
  • March 20, 2000

  • Commission Likely to Recommend Extending Internet Tax Freeze
  • Bosnian War Crimes Tribunal Begins Trial of Serb Soldiers Accused of Rape
  • `Seattle Times' Reports FBI Joining Investigation of Alaska Airlines Crash
  • First Lady Expresses Concern About Growing Use of Psychiatric Drugs to Control Children's Behavior
  • Bangladeshi Woman Turns Her Life Around with Micro-Credit Program
  • Pope Fulfills Personal Dream on Holy Land Pilgrimage
  • Back to Waco: Government, Davidians Both Claim Court-Ordered Test Bolsters Their Case
  • Pope Faces Political Firestorm in Israel
  • New Book Suggest India's Nuclear Capability Greater Than Previously Thought in West
  • Accused Killer Holds Hostages For Third Straight Day
  • March 17, 2000

  • FTC Charges Drug Companies with Keeping Lower-Priced Generic Drugs Off Market
  • U.S. Eases Sanctions on Iran
  • Police Name Ex-Black Panther as Man Who Shot Two Sheriff's Deputies
  • Smith & Wesson Agrees to Gun Safety Settlement
  • Researchers Preparing for Remote Chance Smallpox Used as Weapon; 'Supportive' Treatments Could be Used on Unvaccinated Population
  • Smith & Wesson Agrees to Make Safer Guns; Bush Modifies Position
  • March 16, 2000

  • 13-Year-Old Girl Attempts to Save Tree from Housing Developers
  • Are People Saving Like They Should?
  • Congress Hears Testimony on Airport Security
  • U.S. Government Faces Pressure to Increase Alaskan Oil Drilling, Balance Environmental Concerns
  • Not Smooth Sailing for Beached Boat in Southwest France
  • New Federal Rules on Organ Transplants Take Effect
  • Truckers Converge on Washington, Seek Remedy for High Fuel Costs
  • Israel to Activate New Defense Shield
  • Dow Wows Investors With 400-Point Surge
  • New Genetic Test Could Help Doctors Identify Cervical Cancer Risks
  • Truckers Protest High Fuel Prices
  • House of Representatives Passes Bill To Increase Spending on Airport Safety, Modernization
  • Dow Scoring Biggest One-Day Point Gain At 416, Nasdaq Barely Budging
  • March 15, 2000

  • Call of the Wild
  • Not All Indians Looking Forward to Clinton's Visit
  • Baby Born While Mother Stranded in a Tree Inspires Mozambique
  • Election 2000: Americans See Choice Between 'Two Establishment Figures' in Bush, Gore
  • LSU Student Calls Treehouse Home
  • Election 2000: Bush, Gore Lock Up Party Nominations With Southern Primary Victories
  • Clinton Cites FBI Statistics in Latest Push for Gun Legislation
  • March 14, 2000

  • Kennedy Relative Arraigned As Juvenile For 1975 Killing of Neighbor
  • Gallup Poll Results: Bush Holds Slight Lead Over Gore Among Voters
  • London Cabbies' Driving Brain Power
  • Oregon Engineers Put Big Chill on Mud Slide, Halt Home Destruction
  • Election 2000: Gore, Bush Nearing Finish Line in Delegate Race, Trying to Reach Latino Voters
  • U.S. Defense Secretary Warmly Received on Goodwill Tour of Vietnam
  • Internet Publishing Moves Written Word Farther From the Printed Page
  • New Report Gives Mixed Signals on College Drinking
  • LAPD's Changing Image Reflected in Movies and Television
  • Researchers Find Early Signs of Heart Disease in Overweight Children
  • March 13, 2000

  • Tim Cahill Discusses His Work With Dolphins
  • Gallup Poll Results: Americans Well Aware of Importance of Filling Out Census Forms
  • Independent Counsel's Office Investigating Whether President Should Be Indicted After He Leaves Office
  • High Fuel Prices 'Spreading' to Other Sectors; Major Airlines Raise Airfares as Result
  • California Launches New Offensive on Behalf of Mentally Ill
  • Dow, Nasdaq Dive Off Cliff at Opening Bell
  • Clinton Fires Another Verbal Barrage at NRA
  • Canine Solves Math Problems
  • Study Finds Estrogen Replacement Therapy Fails to Slow Progression of Heart Disease in Older Women
  • Formula Fight: Mother Takes on United Health Care of Ohio
  • Jewish Families Make Effort to Recover Paintings Stolen by Nazis
  • Dow Dithers, Techs Tank
  • March 10, 2000

  • Satellite Radio: Antidote to Commercial Cacophony?
  • Clinton Administration Moves to Ease Airport Gridlock During Inclement Weather
  • Arizona Democrats Cast Ballots On-Line
  • Police Seek Alleged Abductor of 10-Year-Old Florida Girl
  • Film Students Worldwide Log-on to Internet School for Making Movies
  • Teenager's Death Prompts Calls For Safeguards Review in Gene Therapy Trials
  • Florida Police Optimistic About Catching Kidnapper of 10-Year- Old Girl
  • 'Requiem' Exhibits Work of Photographers Killed During Vietnam War
  • Study: Space Shuttle Program Cuts Corners on Safety
  • Sweet Season: The Sap is Running as Vermont Harvests Maple Syrup the Old Way
  • Five Homeowners Watch Helplessly as Mud Slides Homes From Foundations
  • Clinton, FAA, Airlines Unveil New Plan to Reduce Weather- Related Flight Delays
  • March 09, 2000

  • Saving the Eagles at San Francisco Zoo
  • Israeli, Palestinian Negotiators Agree to West Bank Land Transfer, Step Closer to Peace
  • Environmental Group Names Lower Snake River Country's Most Endangered
  • Home Health Care Offers Wide Array of Options for Patients
  • Kidnapped 10-Year-Old Florida Girl Recovered in 'Good Condition'
  • Gallup Poll: Bill Bradley Lost Name ID Among Americans Before Super Tuesday
  • Election 2000: Sen. McCain Hears Voice of Republicans, Withdraws From Presidential Race
  • Long-Distance Phone Calls Now Free on Some Web Sites
  • Judge Moore Deliberates Elian Gonzalez Hearing
  • Election 2000: John McCain 'Suspends' Presidential Bid; Bill Bradley Bows Out
  • House of Representatives Tied Up in Knots Over Minimum Wage
  • March 08, 2000

  • Host of `America's Most Wanted' Says Kidnapped Florida Girl 'in Dire Straits'
  • California Voters Reject Recognition of Same-Sex Marriages
  • High-Tech Labor Shortage Leads Some Managers to Overseas Workers
  • Mountain: 'The Response has been Generous' to Mozambique from International Community
  • Mozambique's Floods Leave Behind Children Separated from Families
  • Election 2000: Bradley to Announce Withdrawal Tomorrow; Gore on a Roll
  • Super Tuesday: George W. Bush Sets Aim on Al Gore with Nomination in Reach
  • 22-Car Pileup on Florida's I-10 Leaves Three Dead, Many Injured
  • North Carolina High-Tech Workers Break Stereotype That Geeks and Creativity Don't Mix
  • Study: Most Congestive Heart Failure Sufferers Unaware of Highly Effective New Treatment
  • Kansas Board of Education Drops Evolution, Big-Bang Theories From State Science Standards
  • The Long Way Around: Getting to Work Tough for Low-Wage Workers
  • Super Tuesday: Bill Bradley to Drop Out Tomorrow Morning; Al Gore to Return to Campaign Trail After Visiting Mother
  • Three Dead, 21 Injured in 22-Vehicle Pileup on Florida's Interstate 10
  • March 07, 2000

  • USDA Unveils New Standards to Regulate Organic Food Industry
  • Super Tuesday: Campaign Worker Landsman Works Tirelessly, Devoted to Bill Bradley Campaign
  • FAA Report Shows More Demand, Lower Prices for Airline Tickets Over Next 12 Years
  • Super Tuesday: Bill Bradley Makes Last Stand in New York
  • President Clinton to Meet With Mother of First-Grader Shot to Death at School
  • Super Tuesday: McCain Optimistic Awaiting California Primary Results
  • New Economy Pushes Nasdaq Past 5000, Old Economy Loses Ground On Dow
  • Gallup Poll: Americans Believe Economy Still an Important Election Year Issue
  • Super Tuesday: Ohio Seen as Bellwether in National Elections; Stark County GOP Chairman Predicts Bush or McCain Beating Gore in November
  • Mardi Gras on the Bayou: Barbecues and Parades Draw Small-Town Louisiana
  • Super Tuesday: On to November for Gore?
  • Super Tuesday: Gov. Bush Attends Texas Business as Campaign Waits for Positive Results
  • March 06, 2000

  • U.S. Troops Set to Run Relief Missions to Victims of Mozambique Floods
  • Mariano Faget Arraigned in Miami, Denies Spying for Cuba
  • Election 2000: New York Critical for the Campaigns of Bill Bradley and John McCain
  • Election 2000: 'Bradley Challenge Was Noble But Futile'
  • Jury Finds 3 Officers Guilty of Conspiring to Obstruct Justice in Abner Louima Case
  • Southwest Airlines Flight 1455 Avoids Disaster After Sliding Off Runway
  • Election 2000: Bradley Likely to End Campaign After Super Tuesday, McCain After March 17th if Poor Showing Tomorrow
  • Audio Spotlight: MIT Researcher Proposes Solution for Sound Run Amok
  • March 03, 2000

  • War Crimes Tribunal Sentences Bosnian-Croat General to 45 Years
  • Closed Munitions Plant Uses Bacteria to Clean Up Wartime Waste
  • New Storm Threatens Flood-Ravaged Mozambique
  • Election 2000: America's Vets Marching to a Different Drummer than John McCain
  • City of Churches: Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, Shocked at Racially-Motivated Shooting
  • Election 2000: McCain Holds Wall Street Rally as Mysterious Group Launches Large Television Ad Campaign
  • New Drug to Be Available to Treat Male Menopause
  • Cincinnati Reds Open Exhibition Season With Ken Griffey Jr., High Hopes
  • Expelled Cuban Diplomat Imperatori Returns Home to Open Arms After Bizarre Detour in Canada
  • March 02, 2000

  • Homecoming Day for Russian Soldiers Returning from Chechnya
  • Keiko: Friend or Foe?
  • Mozambique Flooding: As Rescue Efforts Continue to Lag, More Rain Expected
  • Election 2000: Bush, McCain to Take Center State in Los Angeles Debate
  • Rocker, Mending Fences, Returns to Spring Training
  • FBI Investigates Possible Race Motive in Pittsburgh-Area Shooting Spree
  • Pennsylvania Shootings: FBI to Investigate Possible Racial Motivation; Alleged Gunman to Be Arraigned Today
  • Michigan Prosecutors Seek Manslaughter Charges Against 19-Year- Old Man Linked to Elementary School Shooting
  • Miniature Matchmaker
  • No More Eye Charts?
  • Political Comedian Mark Russell Looks at Election 2000
  • Gallup Poll: Americans Support More Gun Controls but Would Still Not Feel Secure from Workplace Violence
  • Fee and Clear; Gen. Augusto Pinochet Returns to Home in Chile
  • Rocker Returns to Spring Training
  • March 01, 2000

  • Michigan School Shooting: Prosecutors May Charge Some Adults
  • Winter Senior Games: Beating the Odds to Make the Team
  • Newborn and Mother Saved from Treetop in Mozambique
  • Mother of Conyers School Shooter Speaks Out
  • February 29, 2000

  • Mozambique Flooding: Urgency of Rescue Operations Increasing
  • 'Granny D': 'People That Are Running Our Elections Are the Corporations and the Unions and Wealthy People'
  • President Clinton Looks to Overhaul Medicare After Release of Nationwide Study
  • Willing to Talk: Philip Morris Considers Discussing Tobacco Oversight with Regulators
  • Situation Calm After Six-Year-Old Girl Shot, Killed at Buell Elementary in Michigan
  • 90-Year-Old Grandmother Walks Across Country for Campaign Finance Reform
  • Gallup Poll: Bush, Gore Maintain Front-Runner Status for Party Nominations; McCain Appealing Across Political Spectrum
  • 6-Year-Old Girl Killed in Michigan Elementary School Shooting
  • February 28, 2000

  • Nearly 1,000 Russians Saved in Ice Rescue
  • Over 200 Officials in Xiamen, China Under House Arrest, Accused in Massive Smuggling Operation
  • Mozambique Flooding: Rescue Operations Swamped, Thousands Stranded
  • Election 2000: McCain Decries 'Special Interest Politics' on Religious Right; Gore Campaign Confident Ahead of Washington Primary
  • Pet Passports: U.K. Adopts More Humanitarian Approach to Rabies Prevention
  • Report Shows Growing Number of Young People Doing Time in Adult Prisons
  • Gallup Poll: Racial Divide Between White, Black Attitudes Toward Police Widened
  • Future of Wireless Communication and Fashion on Display in New Orleans
  • Election 2000: McCain's Criticism of Religious Right Part of Long-Term Strategy
  • Supreme Court Hears Virginia Death-Penalty Case, Demonstrators in Support of Mumia Abu-Jamal Arrested
  • February 25, 2000

  • Washington Hotel Where Clinton Speaking Evacuated
  • RVs More Popular and More Expensive
  • Jurors Return to Deliberations in Third Day of Amadou Diallo Murder Trial
  • Former LAPD Officer Rafael Perez Sentenced to Five Years in Prison
  • Heart Fibrillation: An In-Depth Look at the Triggers and the Risks
  • 'Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire' Neither First Nor Last Matrimonial Gimmick
  • California's Pelican Bay State Prison Finds Security from Violence Can be Elusive
  • Inspirational Intern: Bishop Looking for Answers on Capitol Hill
  • Internet a Rich Resources For Moviegoers
  • February 24, 2000

  • Gallup Poll: 66 Percent of Americans Approve of Death Penalty in Cases of Murder
  • Carlos Santana Snares Record 9 Grammy Awards
  • Is there a New Attitude in Nation of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan?
  • Mozambique Asks for Help as a Country Lies Battered
  • Texas Governor Bush Leaves Campaign Trail to Consider Beets Execution Case
  • Food Fight: USDA Hosts Heated Forum on Weight Loss Programs
  • Jury Deliberates Fate of Police Charged in Diallo Case
  • Pope Begins Historic Pilgrimage Through Egypt
  • Jury Continues Deliberations in Diallo Case, Asks Judge for Clarifications
  • Department of Agriculture Holds Forum to Air Conflicting Views on High-Protein Diets
  • DNA Evidence Throws Doubt on Statute of Limitations for Sex Crimes
  • Betty Lou Beets Awaits Word of Possible Reprieve From George W. Bush
  • Out of Bounds?
  • February 23, 2000

  • Los Angeles Police Chief Asks FBI to Investigate Department Corruption
  • Jury Begins Deliberations in Amadou Diallo Shooting
  • Strong Pacific Storm Leaves Californians All Wet
  • High Court Considers Conflict of Interest for HMO Doctor- Owners
  • Meeting the Neighbors: Italian Marine Biologist Introduces Santa Monica to Bay Dolphins
  • Santana Expected to Take Home Several Grammys
  • Cal Ripken Jr. Comes Back
  • Dr. Coyle: 'We Have a Problem With the Provision of Psychiatric Services to Children'
  • Election 2000: John McCain Predicts Final Victory But Must Take it One Race at a Time
  • Internet Security: Safeguarding Home PCs From Hacker Attacks
  • Richardson: 'The International Community Benefits From Stable Oil Prices, Not High Oil Prices'
  • Diallo Trial: Judge Allows for Lesser Charges, Dismisses Juror
  • February 22, 2000

  • DaimlerChrysler Announces Experimental Gas Miser Car
  • Big Rig Protest Rolls into Washington
  • Strong Winds Could Cause Problems for Shuttle Endeavour Landing
  • Gallup Poll: George W. Bush Remains Far Ahead of John McCain Nationally After South Carolina Primary
  • Veteran Hot-Air Balloonist Kevin Uliassi Discusses Attempt to Fly Solo Around the World
  • President Clinton Unveils Series of Initiatives to Curb Rate of Medical Errors
  • Michigan GOP Race Neck-and-Neck as Bush Pushes for High Republican Turnout
  • Gallup Poll: 74 Percent of Americans Have Watched TV Quiz Show "Who Wants to be a Millionaire"
  • King: 'I'm Delighted' to Return to U.S. After 39 Years of Exile in England
  • Truckers Roll Into Washington, D.C. to Protest High Cost of Fuel
  • President Clinton Lays Out Plan to Cut Medical Errors in Half Through Mandatory Reporting
  • Louisiana Police Officer Under Investigation for Delaying Heart Attack Victim En Route to Hospital
  • February 21, 2000

  • Storm Takes Parts of East by Deadly Surprise
  • Gallup Poll Ranks Clinton as Below-Average President
  • NATO Peacekeepers Clash with Ethnic Albanians in Divided City of Mitrovica
  • Battleground in Republican Presidential Race Shifts to Michigan; McCain Denounces Negative Campaigning
  • Airfares Flying High
  • Trimble: Gerry Adams Must 'Deliver on his Obligation' for There to be Peace in Northern Ireland
  • Gallup Poll: Americans Believe Richard Nixon, Bill Clinton Worst U.S. Presidents
  • Election 2000: Democrats' Night at the Apollo
  • Ethnic Albanians March for Reunification of Mitrovica
  • February 18, 2000

  • Kangaroo Island: A Trek in the Wild Down Under
  • Sweet News: Doctors Say Chocolate May be Good for Your Heart
  • Election 2000: South Carolina Primary 'Unusually Polarized'
  • Park Ridge, Illinois, Keeps up With Snow Storm as Chicago Area Airports Cancel 276 Flights
  • High-Ranking INS Official Charged With Spying for Cuban Government
  • A Piece of History: John Lennon's 'Imagine' Piano Set for Auction
  • Study: Doctors Overestimate Time Dying Patients Have to Live by Five Times
  • Advertising a Trademark of NASCAR Events
  • South Carolina Primary: Turnout is Key as Democrats, Independents May Weigh in on Vote
  • 4-Year-Old Lost Boy Huddles Through Rainy Night With Two Dogs
  • South Carolina Primary: Candidates' Campaigns Show Democracy in Action Through All Mediums
  • Gallup Poll: Voter Turnout is Key in South Carolina Primaries
  • Winter Storm Watch: Traffic Snarled at Chicago Airports
  • February 17, 2000

  • Mir Corp. Announces Deal to Rent Mir Space Station for Tourism
  • Will Friday's Iranian Elections be Voting for Change?
  • President Clinton Places Spotlight on Africa as it Battles Poverty and War
  • Study: Reading Early and Often Makes a Powerful Difference in Child's Education
  • House Panel Recommends Pentagon Stop U.S. Military Anthrax Immunization; USAF Officer Refuses Vaccine Because of 'Safety Issue'
  • Gallup Poll: Whom Do You Like?
  • Internet Provides Plethora of Free Tax Help
  • Investigators Look for Cause of Fiery Cargo Jet Crash in California
  • 'Paucity of Science' Spurs Anthrax Vaccine Controversy
  • February 16, 2000

  • Los Angeles Cracks Down on Illegal Cabbies Ahead of Democratic National Convention
  • Election 2000: George W. Bush Eliminates 'Stature Gap' With Performance in South Carolina Debate
  • Dozens of Youth Leagues Offer Parents Sportsmanship Seminars
  • Study: Doctors Find Network of Artificial Devices is Saving Lives
  • Another Theory: Lawyer F. Lee Bailey Believes Neighbor Wife Killed Marilyn Sheppard
  • President Clinton Expected to Address Rising Oil Prices, Increased Housing Project Violence, International Affairs at News Conference
  • February 15, 2000

  • A Tale of Tornadoes: One Family Pick up the Pieces After Horrifying Night
  • Rozen: Bid for Oscars 'More Wide Open Than It Has Been in Years'
  • Oscar Nominations Out; Hilary Swank Gets Best Actress Nomination for `Boys Don't Cry'
  • Shyamalan: 'It's Been a Good Year' With Six Oscar Nominations
  • Police Continue to Investigate Shootings of Two Columbine High School Students
  • Italians Challenge USA to Abolish Capital Punishment
  • Two More New York Police Officers Testify in Amadou Diallo Case
  • Georgia Tornadoes: Help En Route to Camilla
  • White House Hosts Meeting on Cyber Security
  • February 14, 2000

  • Marilyn Graman Offers Tips on How Women Can Establish Meaningful Relationships
  • Couples Take the Plunge on Top of the World Trade Center
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261: Investigators Focus on 1997 Maintenance Records Pertaining to Key Tail Assembly Part
  • President Clinton Pitches Economic 'Continuity' in First-Ever Realtime Internet Interview
  • Georgia Tornadoes: Community of Camilla Bears the Brunt of the Damage
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261: Questions Raised Over '97 Inspection of Plane
  • President Clinton Holds First-Ever Internet Interview
  • All that Glitters: Romanian Gold Mine Cyanide Spill Causes Catastrophe Along Danube, Tisza Rivers
  • Tornadoes Touch Down in Southwest Georgia; 13 Confirmed Dead, Over 100 Injured
  • February 11, 2000

  • Space Shuttle Endeavour Launches Into Earth-Mapping Mission
  • Feinstein: Tiger Woods' Shot at History 'Extraordinary'
  • FDA Investigating Whether Young Cancer Patients Accidently Exposed to AIDS Virus
  • Kidder: National Reform Party 'Liberated' With Disaffiliation of Jesse Ventura
  • McCain Takes Cyber-Politics to the Next Level
  • Britain Suspends Northern Ireland Power-Sharing Government
  • FAA-Mandated Inspections of MD-80s Could Mean Delays for Air Travelers
  • Internet Attacks: FBI Targeting Large Computer Systems on West Coast
  • FAA Warns Mandatory Airliner Inspections Could Cause Schedule Disruptions
  • Endeavour Shuttles Into Space on Earth-Mapping Mission
  • Al Gore Goes Head-to-Head With Jay Leno on 'The Tonight Show'
  • FDA Investigating Possible Gene Therapy Contamination
  • Great Britain Suspends Power of Northern Ireland Government
  • Much Flight Delay Not Expected as Airlines Inspect Jackscrew Assemblies on FAA Orders
  • February 10, 2000

  • President Clinton Announces Legislative Wish List for Final Year in Office
  • Internet Companies Run to Security Experts to Protect Their Businesses
  • Boeing Recommends Airlines Examine MD-80 Series Jetliners For Horizontal Trim Assembly Problems
  • Chechen Capital Grozny Demolished Though Fighting Stopped
  • Players Association Challenges Atlanta Braves Pitcher John Rocker's Suspension
  • Some Patients Get Important Early Warnings in the Form of Mini- Strokes
  • Airlines Examine Horizontal Stabilizer Assemblies to Check for Damaged Jackscrews
  • Election 2000: McCain Has 'Appeal Across Party Lines Beyond His Conservative Ideology'
  • Compuware Uses Special Software to Protect Against Denial-of- Service Attacks
  • Airlines Begin Series of Inspections of Horizontal Stabilizer Jackscrews
  • February 09, 2000

  • Talks Resume Between British Authorities and Hijackers of Afghan Passenger Jet After Flight Crew Escapes
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261: NTSB Metallurgists Examine Jackscrew for Critical Clues
  • Internet Attacks: Third Day of Cyberterrorism has Business, Justice Department Worried About Online Security
  • Gallup Poll: Al Gore First Choice for Presidential Nomination Among Democratic Voters
  • Deteriorating Peace: Israel Mounts New Airstrikes Against Hezbollah Targets in Lebanon
  • Chicago Remembers WGN-AM's Great Bob Collins
  • Internet Security Firm Promotes Safe E-Commerce
  • February 08, 2000

  • Asteroid BF19 to Come Within Vicinity of Earth 22 Years from Now
  • John McCain and George Bush Launch Air War in South Carolina
  • Afghan Plane Hijacking: Negotiations Continue as Another Hostage is Freed
  • NTSB Briefing on Alaska Airlines Crash Indicates Pieces May Have Broken Off of the Aircraft
  • Michael Skakel to be Arraigned in Juvenile Court 24 Years After Martha Moxley's Murder
  • Six Straight:
  • Flight 261 Crash Probe: Radar Data Indicates Piece May Have Broken Off in Midair
  • February 07, 2000

  • President Clinton Unveils His Budget Proposal
  • British Police Looking at Dozens More Suspicious Deaths Possibly Linked to Man Dubbed 'Dr. Death'
  • Afghan Plane Hijacking: Released Hostages Talk of Their Ordeal
  • What Strategies are Negotiators Using in Hijacking of Afghan Jetliner?
  • Hijackers Release 3 More Hostages as Negotiators Continue Effort to End Crisis Aboard Afghan Airliner Near London
  • Four Israeli Soldiers Killed by Hezbollah Guerrilla Fire Erodes Support for Peace With Syria
  • President Clinton Delivers Eighth and Final Federal Budget Proposal to Capitol Hill
  • Hello, Mommy: Monroe, Michigan's, Amy Janssen Delivers Surprise Baby
  • Gallup Poll: 46 Percent of American Public Believe Government Should Not Intervene in Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions
  • What is Behind the Violence Swirling Inside, Outside the NFL?
  • Afghan Plane Hijacking: Negotiations Reach 'Critical Stage'
  • February 04, 2000

  • Russia Demands Release of Vessel Seized on Suspicion of Smuggling Iraqi Oil
  • Contagious Canker: Florida Desperately Fights to Save Orange Industry
  • Kenya Airlines Flight 431: Some Families Still Waiting to Learn of Loved Ones' Fate
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261: NTSB Officials Analyzing Flight Data Recorder; FBI Agents Join Investigation at Crash Site
  • President Clinton Introduces Proposal to Go After Rogue Gun Dealers
  • Election 2000: New York Republicans Bury the Hatchet, Allows John McCain on the Ballot
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261: Search Crews Find Doomed Plane's Tail Section
  • Getting Together: Modern Society Struggles to Define Community
  • Year of the Golden Dragon Crowds Taiwan's Hospitals With Babies
  • Election 2000: Bush Campaign in Danger of 'Collapsing' if McCain Wins South Carolina Primary
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261: Investigators Close in on Retrieving Tail Section
  • February 03, 2000

  • Israeli-Palestinian Talks Deteriorate
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261: Naval Vessels Continue to Scan Crash Site for Cockpit Data Recorder
  • CIA Director George Tenet Grilled on Capitol Hill Over Predecessor's Breach of Security
  • IRA's Refusal to Disarm Leaves Northern Ireland's Fledgling Government in Jeopardy
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261: Investigators Continue Search for Flight Data Recorder; Victims' Families Head to Beach Near Crash Site to Mourn
  • General Motors Offers Precision Control System to Drivers Navigating Snow and Ice
  • British, Irish Officials Struggle to Save Northern Ireland Peace Agreement
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261: Investigators Continue Search for Flight Data Recorder; Victims' Families Head to California Coast to Grieve
  • February 02, 2000

  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261: NTSB Expected to Begin Search and Recovery, End Search for Survivors
  • Study: Low-Weight Babies Tend to be Less Successful as Adults
  • Experimental Gene Therapy Programs Come Under FDA Scrutiny After Patient's Death
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261: Search Operations Continue as Coast Guard Calls Off Private Boaters
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261: Coast Guard, NTSB Expected to Offically End Search for Survivors
  • February 01, 2000

  • Coast Guard Continuing Search for Survivors of Flight 261
  • Physician Sentenced to Life for Murders
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261: Searchers Hold Out Hope for Possible Survivors; Crash Takes Heavy Toll on Airlines Employees' Families
  • New Hampshire Primaries: Voting Heavy, Possibly Record-Level at Polling Stations
  • CNN 20: Abolition of Apartheid Laws, February 1, 1991
  • Gallup Poll: Flying Public Remains Fairly Confident in Airline Safety, Pilots
  • Rise to Power of Austria's Joerg Haider Alarms European Union
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261: Searchers Continue Efforts to Find Possible Survivors Off California Coast
  • New Hampshire Primary: State Officials Predict Record Turnout
  • Great Britain Launches Investigation into Doctor Convicted of Killing 15 Patients
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261: Lost Fellow Employees, Family Members 'Makes it Doubly Tragic for Us,' Says Company Spokesman
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261: No Sign of Survivors 17 Hours After Crash
  • January 31, 2000

  • For Some, Taking Their Pet to the Vet Knows No Boundaries
  • Texas Woman Wins $21 Million in Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes
  • McCain, Bradley Have Most to Gain and Lose in New Hampshire
  • Families of Kenya Airlines Crash Victims Seek Answers
  • Illinois Governor Announces Moratorium on Capital Punishment
  • Artic Open: It's Snow PGA
  • New Study Suggests Women's Bodies Better Able to Hold Down HIV Virus
  • Chechen Rebels Reportedly Receiving Help From Afghan Troops in Holding Off Russians
  • Lubars: John Nuveen & Company Super Bowl Ad is 'a Really Positive, Hopeful Picture of the Future'
  • Election 2000: Polls Fluctuating in Final Hours Before New Hampshire Primary
  • Shuttle Mission Delayed
  • January 28, 2000

  • Rams, Titans Fand Gear Up for Big Game
  • Toddler Offered Credit Card
  • Winter Storm Tracks Mess Across Mississippi
  • Clinton's State of the Union Address a Plateful for President Fighting Lame-Duck Status
  • Snow Blankets Arkansas; Icy Conditions Snarl Car and Plane Travel
  • Confucian Thought Gaining Popularity in China
  • Gallup Poll: Republican Race Gets Tighter as Gore Sees Bigger Gains in New Hampshire, Nationally
  • Head Case: Concussions the Price Some Players Pay for Super Bowl Victory
  • Transcripts of American Airlines 1420 Crash in Little Rock, Arkansas, Need Not Have Happened, Says Expert
  • St. Louis Gets Rams Fever
  • $2 Million Super Bowl Ad Catapulted HotJobs.com From Obscurity to Sector Leader
  • Major Storm Over Southeast Could Frustrate Super Bowl Travelers
  • January 27, 2000

  • Ahmed Ressam Responds in Court to Charges of International Terrorism
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Lazaro Gonzalez Presses the Case for the 6-Year-Old to Stay in the U.S.
  • Election 2000: Jack Kemp Throws Support Behind George W. Bush
  • Plain States Brace Against Major Winter Snow Storm
  • Government Lawyers Ask Federal Judge to Throw Out Lawsuit to Keep Elian Gonzalez in U.S.
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Boy's Grandmothers, Miami Family Lobby Congress
  • Can President Clinton Claim Credit for Decline in Crime?
  • Seattle Judge Carries Weight Both Inside and Outside the Courtroom
  • New Report Touches Off Debate Over Giving Children Flu Shots
  • LAPD Recommends 99 Convictions be Thrown Out Because of Crooked Officers
  • Crippling Snowstorm Stops Travelers Passing Through Oklahoma
  • China Tries to Keep Internet Revolution From Becoming Threat to Power
  • Consumers Feel the Pinch as Plunging Temperatures, OPEC Cuts Send Price of Oil Soaring
  • Election 2000: Presidential Candidates Testy in Latest New Hampshire Debates
  • Now and Then: President Clinton to Give State of the Union With More Political Strength, More Urgency
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Boy's Grandmothers Express Frustration at Florida Meeting
  • January 26, 2000

  • LOpht Goes Corporate With Computer Security Company @Stake
  • Cubans Keeping Eye on Today's Family Reunion Between Grandmothers and Elian Gonzalez
  • Proof is in Pudding For Man Looking to Gain Frequent Flier Miles
  • Coca-Cola Lays Off 6,000 Employees
  • U.S. Senate Takes Up Renomination of Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan
  • Presidential Candidates Gear Up For New Hampshire Primary
  • Two Cuban Grandmothers About to Be Reunited with 6-Year-Old Grandson
  • Elian Gonzalez Expected to Meet With Grandmothers in Miami
  • French Scientists Claim Improved Way to Clean Brittany Oil Spill
  • NTSB Prepares For Hearings on Little Rock Crash of American Flight 1420
  • Election 2000: Sen. McCain Faces Tough Question on Abortion
  • Winter Storm Aftermath: North Carolina at Mercy of Mother Nature as Crews Continue Cleanup; Federal Government Closed For Second Day in D.C.
  • January 25, 2000

  • Fast-Moving Winter Storm Takes East Coast By Surprise; North Carolina Buried Under Record Snowfall; Airports, Government Close in D.C.
  • Russian Troops Face Morale Crisis in Chechnya
  • INS Orders Meeting Between Elian Gonzalez and His Grandmothers
  • Massive Snow Storm Freezes East Coast
  • Bennett: Bush 'Has to Out-McCain John McCain' in New Hampshire Primary
  • North Carolina Emergency Management Agency: 'Stay Off The Roads'
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Grandmothers Go to Capitol Hill to Plead for Return of Boy to Cuba
  • Millionaire Mania Sweeping the Country
  • Pennsylvania Sees Worst Storm Since Blizzard of 1996
  • Paramedic Celebrates One-Year Anniversary of Successful Hand Transplant
  • Presidential Candidates Face Winter Weather in New Hampshire
  • North Carolina Highways Covered in Snow, Ice After Major Storm
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Grandmothers Ask Lawmakers to Help Return the Boy as U.S. Visitors to Cuba Witness the Passion of a Nation
  • Winter Storm: Highways, Schools, Governments Close From South Carolina to Southern Maine
  • January 24, 2000

  • Sen. Mack: Citizenship Legislation Will Move Elian Gonzalez Case 'Out of the Political Arena and Put it Into the Courts'
  • Video Footage From Chechen Front Lines Indicates Russians Realize Heavier Losses than Reported
  • Britain's All-Women Team Walks 700 Miles of Antarctic Wastelands Into History Books
  • Trying to Bridge the Gap: President Clinton Proposes Measures to Fight Wage Disparities Between the Sexes
  • 'American Beauty' Takes Trio of Golden Globe Awards
  • Meeting Between Miami Family, Elian Gonzalez's Grandmothers Up in the Air; Police to Prepare for Possible Meeting, Says Spokesman
  • Gender Issue Sidelines Female U.S. Paralympic Volleyball Player
  • Iowa Caucuses: So What's Life in Like in the Hawkeye State?
  • Elian Gonzalez's Grandmothers Fly to Florida, Will Meet with Miami Relatives
  • January 21, 2000

  • Russian Army and Chechen Rebels Engaged in Street-to-Street Combat in Grozny
  • Bill Bradley Asserts Irregular Heartbeat Will Have No Impact on His Campaign
  • Chianese: 'Script Itself is What Counts' in HBO Series 'The Sopranos'
  • Oregon Police Release Videotapes Showing Kip Kinkel in Police Custody After School Shooting
  • Iowa Caucuses: Heath Condition Will Have No Impact, Says Bradley
  • Elian Gonzalez's Grandmothers Headed for Cuba; Miami Family Hopes for a Visit
  • Midas Touch: Latest Manicure Has Some Customers Nailing Down the Cash
  • Medical Detective: New Bio-Chips Spark a Revolution in Drug Testing
  • Iowa Caucuses: It's About Expectations and Momentum
  • Bill Bradley Ducks Questions Concerning Heart Condition
  • Elian Gonzalez's Grandmothers En Route to New York City, Unlikely to Visit Family in Miami Because of Security Concerns
  • January 20, 2000

  • Laura Bush: Confederate Flag 'Not a Symbol of Racism to Me'
  • Sony Launches Urban Entertainment Complex in Berlin
  • Jesse Helms Addresses U.N. Security Council, Rebukes Fidel Castro
  • Draft Proposal of New Dietary Guidelines Shows Who May Benefit From Moderate Drinking
  • Snow Fall Reminds New Yorkers That it Truly is Winter
  • Industry Watchers See Buyers' Market on New Car Lots
  • President Clinton Meets with Yasser Arafat to Keep Momentum in Israeli/Palestinian Peace Talks
  • Salt Trucks, Maybe Snow Plows to Keep Busy in New York City
  • How Do You Tell a Cold From the Flu?
  • Hundreds of Families Still Trying to Move Out of Government- Supplied Trailers in North Carolina
  • President Clinton to Unveil $30-Billion Higher Education Initiative
  • New York City Sees First Snowstorm of 1999-2000 Season
  • January 19, 2000

  • Study Finds Incompetent People Often Don't Know Their Incompetent
  • Michael J. Fox Says He's Leaving `Spin City' to Focus on His Battle With Parkinson's
  • Yugoslavian Government Claims It Is Not Responsible for Arkan's Murder
  • Cuban Government Creating Spot for Permanent Protests
  • Scientists Seek to Explain 22-Pound Ice Balls Falling on Southern Spain
  • Gov. Jeb Bush Faces Unwanted Company Protesting Outside Office
  • Seton Hall University Dorm Fire Kills 3, Injures Dozens
  • Elian Gonzalez Lawyers Expected in Federal Court in Ongoing Effort to Block Boy's Return to Cuba
  • Ethel Kennedy Nephew Expected to Surrender to Police In Connection With 1975 Murder
  • Seniors Surfing the Web: Life is Changing for the Elderly in Nursing Homes
  • Study: Risk of Impotence From Radical Prostate Surgery Much Higher Than Previously Thought
  • Major U.S. Airlines Launch 'Customer First' Plan; Internet Sites Allow Consumers to Post Service Complaints
  • Elian Gonzalez Relatives' Lawyers to File Papers Asking for Federal Political Asylum Hearing
  • Investigation Continues into Cause of Seton Hall University Fire Killing Three, Wounding 58
  • January 18, 2000

  • Cover Up: Police Crack Down on Rio de Janeiro Public Nudity Ban
  • National Weather Service Drafts New Supercomputer to Predict with Greater Accuracy
  • British Government Proposes New Guidelines on Spanking Children
  • Old Man Winter Blasts Northeast With Freezing Weather
  • After Weeks of Mild Weather, Winter Arrives on the East Coast
  • One of Arkan's Killers in Custody at Belgrade Hospital, Says Officials
  • Protesters Challenge Britain's Decision to Extradite Pinochet
  • Pentagon to Conduct Second Test of Controversial Ballistic Missile Technology
  • Ice, Snow, Bone-Chilling Temperatures Hit Eastern USA
  • January 17, 2000

  • U.S. Army Officer Accused of Killing 11-Year-Old Albanian Girl in Kosovo
  • Israeli-Syrian Peace Talks Hit Snag
  • Bionic Eye Gives Blind Man Partial Vision
  • Anti-Confederate Flag Rally Held in Columbia, South Carolina
  • NASA Says Mars Polar Lander Mission Officially Over
  • No End in Sight For Russian-Chechen War
  • Japan Marks Five-Year Anniversary of Kobe Quake
  • Kobe, Japan Struggles to Recover From Devastating 1999 Earthquake
  • Protesters Demonstrate Against Confederate Flag in South Carolina
  • Women's Group Fails to Force Mike Tyson's Expulsion From Britain for 1992 Rape Conviction
  • Demonstrators March on South Carolina Capital to Protest Presence of Confederate Flag
  • American Voices: King Celebration Concert Brings Resonance to Holiday
  • House Call: Distinguishing Between the Flu and Other Respiratory Illnesses
  • January 14, 2000

  • Massive Havana Protests Demonstrate Emotional Nature of Elian Gonzalez Case
  • Direct Marketing Association Launches New Anti-Spam Service for E-Mail Users
  • U.S. Border Patrol Steps Up Security with Help of Technology
  • Russian Attack Leaves Two Chechen Boys Dead, Several More Legless
  • Dow, Nasdaq Surge Despite Greenspan Hint of Interest Rate Hike
  • Miami's Haitians Score Victory in Case of Separated Mother and Children Refugees
  • War Crimes Tribunal Convicts 5 in Bosnian Massacre
  • Cuba's Women Turn Out in Force to Protest Separation From Elian Gonzalez
  • Drug Industry Considers Cooperating With Clinton to Provide Medicare Prescription Coverage
  • Massachusetts Lt. Gov. Swift Apologizes for Passing Off Child to Staff Too Often
  • Castro Steps Up Pressure for Elian Gonzalez's Return With 'March of 100,000 Mothers'
  • January 13, 2000

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton Pays Visit to David Letterman
  • Science of Cloning Advancing Rapidly Despite Practical Problems
  • Michigan Judge Sends Nathaniel Abraham to Juvenile Justice System, Blasts Law Allowing Children to be Tried as Adults
  • Scientists to Announce Cloning of Monkey Using 'Embryo Splitting' After Years of Development in this Controversial Science
  • Crime and Punishment: Trend Toward Harsher Punishment for Young Violent Offenders Draws Heated Debate
  • Michigan Judge to Decide Fate of 13-Year-Old Boy Convicted of Murder
  • January 12, 2000

  • JAMA Report Says Guidlines for Managing Hazardous Material Disasters Need Updating
  • Justice Department Rebuffs Florida State Court in Elian Gonzalez Case
  • Riley: Federal Government Has 'Very Important Role to Support the States and the Local Schools' in Improving Education
  • 'Education Week' Study Describes Efforts to Improve Nation's Schools as Mediocre
  • Kroger Supermarkets Cover 'Cosmopolitan' on Checkout Counter Magazine Racks
  • Study: Primary Care Physicians Often Not Identifying Signs of Depression
  • Carlton Fisk, Tony Perez Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame
  • Supreme Court Say No to State Selling Driver's License Information, Yes to Police Stops for Fleeing Suspects
  • Critics Look to Previous Employment of Gonzalez Spokesman by Florida Judge as Conflict of Interest
  • Attorneys for Elian Gonzalez to Challenge Janet Reno's Decision in Federal Court
  • January 11, 2000

  • Bedlam Comes to Brazil
  • Pediatricians Urge Parents to Vaccinate Children Against Chicken Pox
  • Daily Aspirin Could Hold Benefits or Negatives for Some Users
  • INS Not Expected to Intercede After Court Grants Miami Relatives Temporary Custody of Elian Gonzalez
  • NASA's Galileo Spacecraft Finds Hint of Ocean on Europa
  • Federal Judge Refuses to Order Decatur, Illinois Schools to Readmit 6 Expelled Students
  • Florida Family Fights to Keep Treehouse Refuge for Six-Year-Old Boy Sick With Leukemia
  • INS Not to Force Immediate Return of Elian Gonzalez to Cuba
  • President Clinton to Add Grand Canyon Land to National Monuments List Despite Opposition
  • January 10, 2000

  • Primates Face Threat of Extinction in 21st Century
  • Elephant Orphanage Taken up in Kenya to Restore Dwindling Population
  • Inexpensive AIDS Treatment Raises Hopes of Afflicted South Africans
  • AOL and Time Warner Announce Merger
  • Clinton Administration Advocating China's Entry Into WTO
  • Thousands Gather in Tel Aviv to Protest Possible Israeli Withdrawal from Golan Heights
  • AOL-Time Warner Merger: Unification of Two Giants Raises Issues of Control; Analyst Sees 'Marriage of Old Media and New Media'
  • What Will the 'House of the Future' Look Like?
  • AOL Time Warner Merger: What is This 'Broadband'?
  • Intruder Shot at U.S. Embassy in Moscow
  • AOL Time Warner Merger: New Deal Could Benefit Both Companies and Consumers in Race to the Future
  • CNN20: Partnership for Peace, January 10, 1994
  • AOL Time Warner Merger: What About Journalistic Independence, Ethics?
  • January 07, 2000

  • Delta Unionization?
  • 'People Went a Little Too Far' in Elian Gonzalez Protests, Says Miami Police; Cuba Begins to Respond; Congress Ponders Subpoena
  • Miami's Cuban Exile Community Demands Hearing for Elian Gonzalez, Plans Traffic Slowdown in Protest of INS Decision to Return Boy to Cuba
  • El Nino Erosion Slides Coastal California Neighborhoods Toward the Sea
  • Unhealthy South: New Study Shows Near-Epidemic of High Blood Pressure in Much of Southern U.S.
  • Controversy Surrounds Michael Curtiss' Illinois Congressional Campaign Gun Raffle
  • Elian Gonzalez Case Enters Political Arena With Effort to Subpoena to Congress
  • CNN20: International News Gathering, Behind the Scenes at CNN
  • Battle Over Elian Gonzalez Spreads From Miami Streets to Two Courtrooms, U.S. Congress
  • January 06, 2000

  • Jenny Craig Store Owner Refuses to Run Monica Lewinsky Ads to Avoid 'Uncomfortable Questions'
  • Brazil Flooding Leaves Trail of Destruction, More Than Two Dozen Dead
  • President Clinton Expected to Rejoin Israel-Syria Peace Talks
  • Complications from Computer Foul-Up Continues to be Felt in East Coast Airports
  • 35 People Arrested in Protest Against INS Decision to Return Elian Gonzalez to Cuba
  • Flu Outbreak Spreads Along East Coast as Everyone Seems to Feel the Bug
  • New Year's Resolution: A Guide to Internet Weight Loss
  • Fein: Sending Elian Gonzalez Back to Cuba is 'Virtual Child Abuse'
  • Consumer Electronics Show Underway in Las Vegas
  • Anti-Castro Activists Tie Up Port of Miami in Protest of INS Decision to Return Elian Gonzalez to Cuba
  • Traffic Moving Again After Computer Glitch Snarls East Coast Air Corridor
  • January 05, 2000

  • According to State Department, Israel-Syria Peace Talks Progressing Well
  • Y2K Computer Bug Bites the Defense Department
  • Investigators Examine Wreckage in Wake of Norway's Worst Train Crash Ever
  • British Couple Become First Husband and Wife Duo to Trek Across Antarctica
  • Russian Presidential Election to Turn on Political, Military Campaigns
  • Protests in Miami Over INS Decision to Return Elian Gonzalez to Cuba
  • Denver Police Looking For Killer of Homeless
  • StockWatch: Nasdaq Trims Losses
  • Moving-In Day For Clintons in New York
  • The Dow Rebounds, Nasdaq Still Tumbling
  • One of the Best Tupperware Saleswoman in History Still Thriving
  • Dow Bounces Back as Nasdaq Tanks With Profit Taking
  • Miami's Cuban Community Protests INS Decision to Return Elian Gonzalez to Father
  • INS Decides 6-Year-Old Elian Gonzalez Belongs With Father in Cuba
  • January 04, 2000

  • Stories From a Century of Movie Making
  • Financial Markets Take Another Steep Dive, Continue Sell-Off
  • Israel-Syria Peace Talks: Day One Procedural Snag Overcome
  • Election 2000: What Impact Will Elizabeth Dole's Endorsement of George W. Bush Have?
  • OSHA Decides Existing Safety Regulations Applies to Telecommuters
  • Bears Awaken From Hibernation, Sending Bulls in Retreat on Wall Street
  • Carlos Santana Man of the Hour in This Year's Grammy Nominations
  • Myers: Car Booting the 'Latest Innovation' by States to Crack Down on Deadbeat Parents
  • U.S. Religious Leaders Willing to Mediate Talks to Return Elian Gonzalez to Cuba
  • Israel/Syria Peace Talks: President Clinton Heads Back to West Virginia to Help Fix Procedural Snag
  • OSHA Holds Employers Responsible for Safety at Employee's Home Workplace


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