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May 28, 2001

  • Energy Policy Overhaul
  • January 07, 2001

  • Cars of the Future Go on Display in Detroit
  • Yahoo! Restricts Sale of Nazi, Klan Items
  • Proposed Expansion of LAX Has Community Up in Arms
  • Gov. George Ryan Discusses His Opposition to Suspending Taxes on Energy
  • How Is California's Power Crunch Affecting the Energy Markets?
  • Millions Expected in India for Ancient Religious Observance
  • Hudson River Plane Found Safe and Sound
  • Rome Embassy Closed as Authorities Track Source of Threat
  • Middle East Peace Looks Out of Clinton's Reach
  • Texas Police Prepared for Emergence of Fugitives
  • Barak, Peres Agree to Present United Front
  • Lindsey Backs Bush Tax Cut
  • Democrats Find Controversy in Chavez Appointment
  • January 06, 2001

  • Postal Rate Hike Could Be Harbinger of Things to Come
  • Texas Police Have Few Leads in Case of Escaped Inmates
  • Cow Carrying Cloned Fetus Could Hold Hope for Endangered Species
  • Gore Declares Bush President-Elect
  • China Papers Reveal Leadership Divided Over Tiananmen Protests
  • Clinton Plans for Final Two Weeks in Office
  • Bush Talks Strategy with GOP Governors
  • December 30, 2000

  • Old Barracks Museum Director Discusses Recreation of the Battle of Trenton
  • Brooklyn, NY and Worcester, MA Residents Deal with Winter Weather
  • Winter Weather Strands Travelers Across the Northeast
  • Snow is 'Beautiful' in NYC
  • Winter Storm in High Gear in Worcester, Massachusetts
  • Will President-Elect Bush Have More Success in Brokering a Mid- East Peace Deal?
  • Nor'easter Paralyzing Central Massachusetts
  • Fate of Palestinian Refugees Key Impediment to Israel- Palestinian Peace Agreement
  • Winter Storm Inconveniences Philadelphia, Slams New York
  • November 25, 2000

  • The Florida Recount: Battle for Oval Office may Diminish its Power
  • The Florida Recount: Counts Planned to be Complete by Deadline
  • United States Supreme Court to Hear Bush Appeal on Florida Recounts
  • November 18, 2000

  • Florida Supreme Court Decision Grants Gore Campaign a Reprieve in the Public Eye
  • Clinton Talks Trade in Historic Visit to Vietnam
  • Is the Presidential Impasse Just About the Candidates?
  • November 07, 2000

  • Election 2000: Rick Lazio Wishes he'd had More Time to Run as New York Senate Race Ends
  • Election 2000: Early Polls Show Hillary Rodham Clinton With Slight Lead Over Rick Lazio for Senate Seat
  • November 05, 2000

  • Cell Phones with GPS Technology Spark Controversy
  • What Roles Will Faith and Religion Play in Election 2000?
  • New York Senate Race a Struggle to the Bitter End
  • Gore Volunteers in Wisconsin Work Hard to Boost Voter Turnout
  • India Looks to Expand Information Technology Industry
  • Gore and Bush Spokesmen Talk About Race for the White House
  • Election 2000: Bush Works to Bolster Support in Florida; Gore Visits Pennsylvania and Michigan; President Clinton Rallies Voters in Arkansas
  • November 04, 2000

  • New York Senate Race Tightens Up and Gets Ugly
  • When Dot-Coms Go Belly-Up, Personal Information Goes on Sale
  • Election 2000: New Device Allows Disabled Persons to Vote in Private
  • Israeli, Palestinian Leaders Call for Peace Doesn't Affect Clashes
  • Election 2000: Women Comprise an Important Voting Constituency
  • Supreme Court Appointments A Hidden Issue In This Year's Presidential Election
  • Election 2000: Election Hinges on Swing Voters
  • Just How Close Is the Presidential Race?
  • Election 2000: Unwed Voters Overlooked by All Campaigns
  • Election 2000: Bush Campaign Undeterred by DUI Discovery
  • Maker of Remune Sues Researchers Who Found Drug Ineffective
  • Will Arafat's and Barak's Visits to Washington Help Bring Peace to the Middle East?
  • Election 2000: Every vote will count on Election Day
  • November 03, 2000

  • Residue of Explosive Used in USS Cole Bombing Could Reveal Where it was Produced
  • Cell Phones Making Talk Cheaper in Russia
  • Remaining USS Cole Crew Greeted in Virginia With Hundreds of Open Arms
  • Jury Clears Salvadoran Generals in Rape and Murder of Americans Churchwomen
  • Britain Reels From Extensive Floods, More Bad Weather Expected
  • Palestinians Continue to Die in Clashes With Israelis
  • November 02, 2000

  • Washington Hopes for Mideast Peace Despite Ongoing Violence
  • New Photos Reveal Extensive Damage to the USS Cole
  • Well-Preserved Shipwreck Provides Unique Window to the Past
  • Wrongful Death Suit Brought Against Two Salvadoran Generals for Deaths of Four American Nuns
  • Despite Continuing Violence, On-Paper Truce Between Israel, Palestine Remains Intact
  • November 01, 2000

  • Acting Israeli Foreign Minister Calls Recent Violence a War
  • Contaminated Water Possibly Caused Birth Defects at Marine Camp Lejeune
  • Families of Victims of Singapore Airlines' Crash Mourn Losses, Want Answers
  • October 31, 2000

  • Proposed Bill Would Criminalize Classified Information Leaks
  • Further Fighting Between Israelis, Palestinians May Escalate Conflict
  • First Permanent Crew on its way to the International Space Station
  • U.S. Forces in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait Placed on Highest Alert
  • Singapore Airlines Flight 006 Disaster's Death Count Rises to 65
  • October 30, 2000

  • Madrid Car Bomb Kills Three, Basque Separatists Suspected
  • Barak Wins Political Reprieve Amid Israeli Helicopter Attacks on West Bank, Gaza
  • Anger Mounts Among Palestinian Refugees in Jordan
  • Expedition Crew Spends Last Night on Earth
  • Falun Gong Remains Popular in China One Year After Government Ban
  • U.S. Warships Ordered to Steer Clear of Suez Canal over Threat of Terrorism
  • October 29, 2000

  • Researcher Points to Connection Between Gaining Weight and Stress
  • Connecticut's 5th Congressional District Drawing Attention From National Leaders in Both Parties
  • Gore and Bush Prepare for Final Push Before Election Day
  • Peruvian Military Commander Announces Revolt Against Fujimori Government
  • Silicon Valley House Race Draws Heavy Hitters
  • Clinton, Lazio Begin Final Push in New York Senate Race
  • Gore Team Tactically Deploys President Clinton
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Barak Looks to Solidify Political Power; Violence Continues in Gaza and West Bank
  • October 28, 2000

  • Trench Collapse Kills Two in Texas
  • Death Toll Continues to Rise in Middle East
  • Bush Continues to Blitz Swing States
  • USS Cole to Begin Journey Home Tomorrow
  • Gore Depicts Bush as Bought by Drug Companies, HMOs
  • One Rescued, Two Dead After Trench Collapse in Texas
  • Former Cold Warrior Leads Former Adversaries into Space
  • Officials Decry Mass Killing in Ivory Coast
  • Cuba Scoffs at U.S. Legislation Allowing America to Sell it Food, Medicine
  • Muted Violence in the Middle East Still Claims Three Lives
  • Flu-Shot Shortage Means Later Vaccination Season
  • Kosovo Elections Declared a Violence-Free Success
  • Budget Battle Keeps Congress on Floor Instead of Trail
  • October 27, 2000

  • Day of Prayer Becomes a Day of Rage
  • Washington Ballet First American Troupe to Visit Cuba in Decades
  • FBI Agents Investigating Attack on USS Cole Want More Cooperation From Yemeni Authorities
  • Series of Military Disasters Ignites Anger and Disappointment Among Russians
  • Questions From Hong Kong Press Provoke Angry Response From Jiang Zemin
  • First Images of Cole Reveal Extensive Damage
  • October 26, 2000

  • Divers Find Note Indicating 23 Russian Sailors Initially Survived Kursk Blast
  • NASA's Future Missions to Mars Will be Designed Carefully
  • Palestinian Suicide Bomber Attacks Israeli Army Post
  • USS Cole Investigation: Pentagon Reviews Security Measures
  • October 25, 2000

  • Popular Revolt Ousts Junta in Ivory Coast
  • Latinos Compose 25 Percent of Major League Baseball Players
  • U.S. Officials Confirm They Received Threat Before Cole Explosion
  • Russian Defense Ministry Plane Crashes: Passengers Feared Dead
  • October 24, 2000

  • Big Apple Soaks up Subway Series Hype
  • U.S.-North Korea Talks Make Progress
  • Bison Making a Comeback in Central Russia
  • New British Law Allows Employers to Monitor E-Mails, Telephone Conversations
  • Hopes of Middle East Peace Are Fading as Violence Continues
  • Return of Exiled Peruvian Intelligence Chief Causes National Unrest
  • Threat Condition Delta: U.S. Forces in Middle East on Highest Alert
  • October 23, 2000

  • Crisis in the Middle East: Leaders May Be Running Out of Options
  • Afghans Fear U.S. Retribution if Bin Laden Linked to Cole Attack
  • Israeli Prime Minister Opens Talks With Opposition
  • Secretary of State Albright Meets With North Korea's Leader
  • October 22, 2000

  • Touch-Screen Voting Comes to California
  • Madeleine Albright Arrives in North Korea
  • Arabs Criticize Barak for Calling Time Out to Peace Process
  • Big Apple Gets Ready for Game 2 of Subway Series
  • Will Middle East Peace Process Ever Regain Momentum?
  • Bush Teams up With Republican Governors on Campaign Trail
  • Crisis in the Middle East: President Clinton Continues to Push for Cease-Fire
  • Marine Corps Marathon Run in Washington
  • Archaeologists Make Mysterious Find at Mexico's Pyramid of the Moon
  • USS Cole Investigation: List of Yemeni Detainees Continues to Grow
  • Campaign 2000: Gore Rallies African-American Voters
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Palestinians Increasingly Skeptical About Chances for Peace
  • October 21, 2000

  • States Petition for Right to Grow Industrial Hemp
  • Common Over-the-Counter Drug Linked to Strokes
  • Gore Attacks Bush's Plans to Reduce U.S. Military Peace-keeping Efforts
  • New York Heats Up for Start of Subway Series
  • What Is Israel Hoping to See Come Out of the Arab Summit?
  • More Clashes Erupt Between Israelis and Palestinians
  • October 20, 2000

  • CIA Involved in Middle East Peace Process
  • House Where USS Cole Bombers Likely Kept Boat, Trailer Revealed
  • Fire in Mexico City Night Club Kills 20
  • Navy Contradicts Earlier Reports Given of Cole's Situation During Explosion
  • Truce in Israel Collapses Amid Battles Between Israelis and Palestinians
  • October 19, 2000

  • Violence Erupts Again in West Bank
  • Senate Committee Investigates USS Cole Attack
  • Ebola Virus Outbreak Kills 41 in Uganda
  • Osama bin Laden Presence in Afghanistan Could Expose Country to U.S. Attack
  • Has China Obtained Vital U.S. Military Secrets?
  • Officials Say USS Cole Investigation Making Good Progress
  • October 18, 2000

  • Salvaging USS Cole has Been Constant Battle
  • CNN 20: TALKBACK LIVE Moments to Remember
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Are Israeli-Palestinian Tensions Finally Beginning to Ease?
  • Senate Passes Law Lifting Some Sanctions Against Cuba
  • Top U.S. Officials Joined Memorial Service for Slain USS Cole Crewmembers
  • October 17, 2000

  • Fight to Quell Illegal Immigration goes International
  • Investigation into USS Cole Attack Heats Up
  • Egyptian Mideast Summit First Step in Difficult Process Toward Peace
  • October 16, 2000

  • Crisis in the Middle East: Straying from the Path of the Oslo Peace Accord
  • CNN 20: Baby Jessica Rescued, October 16, 1987
  • USS Cole Disaster: Government Investigators Release New Details About Blast
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Talks Continue in Bid to End Israeli-Palestinian Violence
  • October 15, 2000

  • What Will Tomorrow's Middle East Peace Summit Accomplish?
  • USS Cole Wounded Return Home; U.S. Military Denies Refueling in Yemen Too Risky
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Expectations Remain Reserved For Tomorrow's Peace Summit
  • October 14, 2000

  • Palestinian Representative Says Israel Must Change Its Attitude Toward Palestinians
  • Majority of Israelis Still Support Barak
  • Families of Killed, Injured U.S.S. Cole Crewmembers Cope
  • Hijackers of Saudi Airliner Surrender, Release Hostages in Baghdad
  • Jewish-Palestinian Dialogue Group Finds Commonality
  • Missing Sailors from USS Cole Presumed Dead
  • Safeway Recalls Taco Shells That May Contain Genetically Modified Corn
  • Navy Believes Blast Killed Missing USS Cole Sailors
  • President Enters Summit With Modest Goals for Israelis, Palestinians
  • Former U.S. Diplomat Urges Caution in Mideast Summit
  • Palestinians, Israelis Doubt Conflict Will End Soon
  • Hijackers of Saudi Plane Surrender to Iraqi Authorities
  • October 13, 2000

  • Victims of USS Cole Begin Their Journey Home
  • Egyptian Muslims Protest Israel's Treatment of Palestinians
  • Russia Trying to Increase Its Diplomatic Role in the Middle East
  • Death Toll from USS Cole Blast Upped to 17
  • White House Confident About Summit Prospects
  • Officials Trying to Arrange Peace Summit Between Palestinians and Israelis
  • October 12, 2000

  • Israel Answers Mob Killings of Soldiers With Assaults on Palestinian Targets
  • Pentagon Suspects USS Cole Blast Was a Terrorist Attack
  • President Condemns Murder of Israeli Soldiers in West Bank
  • Israel Helicopters Attack West Bank Cities
  • October 09, 2000

  • Major Players Reject Clinton Offer for Middle East Summit
  • President Clinton to Meet with High-Ranking North Korean
  • Kostunica Begins Asserting Control Over Serbian Government
  • Israel's Deadline Comes and Goes
  • October 08, 2000

  • Energy-Saving Homes Begin to Sprout up in Atlanta
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Will There Ever be a Chance For Peace?
  • Many New York Voters Are Undecided When it Comes to Choice Between Lazio and Hillary Clinton
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Israeli-Palestinian Violence Continues on Yom Kippur; Lebanon's Border Becoming Trouble Spot Once Again
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Clock Winds Down on Barak's Deadline to End Violence
  • North Korea Hopes to Begin New Era of Relations With U.S.
  • Crisis in the Middle East: Violence Extends Into Lebanon; Arab Nations Protest Israel's Actions; U.S. Works to Preserve Peace
  • October 07, 2000

  • Can Kostunica Overcome the Legacy of Milosevic?
  • Will Palestinians Heed Barak's Warning to End the Violence?
  • U.S. Takes Issue with U.N.'s Portrayal of Middle East Violence
  • Israeli Prime Minister Barak's 'Language of Threats' A Sticking Point for Arabs
  • Does the U.N. Resolution Fairly Portray Israel's Actions?
  • Sporadic Violence Continues Throughout Israel
  • U.S. Abstains from U.N. Vote Condemning Israel
  • Israeli Army Seems to Prepare for Battle on Many Fronts
  • Israeli Troops Mass Along Lebanese Border
  • U.N. Passes Resolution Condemning Israel for Violence Against Palestinians
  • Should the U.N. Have a Bigger Role in the Mideast Peace Process?
  • Has Outbreak of Violence Dashed Hopes for Middle East Peace?
  • Palestinian Negotiator Urges Barak to End Ultimatums, Threats
  • Albright Implores Leaders to Curb Middle East Violence
  • Clinton Spends Weekend in Long-Distance Diplomacy
  • Israeli-Lebanese Border Quiet for Now
  • Latest Outbreaks of Violence in Middle East Leave Peace Process in Shambles
  • October 06, 2000

  • Final Election Was Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic's 'Last Great Miscalculation
  • Six More Palestinians Die in Clashes With Israeli Soldiers
  • Slobodan Milosevic Admits Defeat in Yugoslavian Election
  • October 05, 2000

  • Israeli-Palestinian Peace Talks Collapse, More Violence Erupts
  • Foreign Minister of Greece Discusses Political Situation in Yugoslavia
  • Slobodan Milosevic Was Not Always the Enemy
  • Yugoslav Television Declares Kostunica President-Elect, Though the Threat of Military Attack is Alive
  • October 04, 2000

  • Israeli-Palestinian Violence Sparks Angry Reaction Across the Middle East
  • Final Mini Car, a World Favorite, Rolled Out of Longbridge Today
  • Violence and Gloom: Can Talk Alone End the Israeli-Palestinian Fighting?
  • Yugoslav Court Nullifies Presidential Elections
  • Barak and Arafat Reach Tentative Agreement to End Violence
  • October 02, 2000

  • CNN 20: Roger Cossack Remembers the O.J. Simpson Criminal Trial
  • Napster Case Could Establish Web Precedent
  • Milosevic Opposition Launches Civil Disobedience Campaign
  • Fighting Between Israelis and Palestinians Continues
  • October 01, 2000

  • Opposition Supporters in Yugoslavia Plan Strike as Response to Milosevic's Denial of Election Results
  • Nader Holds Rally in Boston Before Bush-Gore Debate
  • Russia's Red Berets Accept Only the Toughest of Applicants
  • How Far Will Middle East Violence Set Back the Peace Process?
  • Supreme Court Opens New Term Monday
  • Israeli-Palestinian Confrontation Continues
  • Can Israeli-Palestinian Peace Ever Be Achieved?
  • Chinese Government Upset With Vatican Over Canonization of Chinese Missionaries
  • Arab Nations Call on U.N. to Investigate Recent Israeli- Palestinian Violence
  • September 30, 2000

  • First Amendment Advocates Celebrate Banned Books Week
  • Venezuelan Officials Blame Firestone and Ford for Tire Accidents
  • Chinese Police Confront Falun Gong Members in Tiananmen Square
  • 2000 Olympics Set for Spectacular Finish
  • Russian and American Scientist Race Clock to Save Russian Salmon Rivers
  • General Strike Could Test Yugoslavian Opposition's Mettle
  • Middle East Violence Dampens Hopes for Peace Deal
  • September 29, 2000

  • Plans for Major Civil Disruptions Fizzle
  • Fujimori Hopes U.S. Visit Signals Strength to Peruvian People
  • Iraq Declares U.N. Sanctions to be Crumbling
  • Win or Lose, East Timorese Olympic Athletes Make Homeland Proud
  • September 28, 2000

  • Olympic Stars Use Web Sites to Spread Personal Popularity
  • Danish Voters Reject Euro
  • Yugoslav President Refuses to Step Down
  • Peruvian President Pays Surprise Visit to United States
  • Israeli Police and Palestinians Clash in Two Violent Incidents
  • FDA Approves Use of RU-486
  • September 27, 2000

  • OPEC Offering No Guarantees For Reducing Price of Crude
  • Sydney Olympics: Cubans Stunned by Baseball Team's Loss to United States
  • Yugoslavians Protest Milosevic's Call for Runoff Election
  • September 26, 2000

  • Law Enforcement Officials Defend Their Handling of Wen Ho Lee Case
  • Montenegrin Government Boycotts Yugoslav Elections; President Clinton Putting Pressure on Milosevic to Admit Defeat
  • Pleas to Save Endangered Apes Grow Urgent
  • Eradication of Polio Within Reach?
  • Protests Turn Violent at IMF/World Bank Meeting in Prague
  • Preliminary Results of Yugoslav Presidential Election Show Milosevic Losing
  • September 25, 2000

  • United States Prepared to Write Milosevic's Political Obituary
  • Outcome of Yugoslav Election Remains Uncertain
  • Samba Honored at South African Arts Festival
  • Nandrolone Controversy Mars Olympics
  • IMF/World Bank Protesters Receive Scant Support in Prague
  • Israeli-Palestinian Peace Talks Begin Anew
  • September 24, 2000

  • Patriotic Poets Declare Fealty to Saddam
  • Olympics Continue Despite Foul Weather
  • NHL Player Awaits Trial For Assault
  • Yugoslav Elections: Ballots Continue to be Counted
  • Patriotic Poets Declare Fealty to Saddam
  • Will Opening Oil Reserve Have any Effect on Prices?
  • Lazio, Hillary Agree to Soft Money Ban
  • Yugoslavia Awaits Official Election Results
  • World Bank and IMF Officials Get Set to Meet in Prague
  • Yugoslav Elections: Ballots Continue to be Counted; U.S. Keeping Close Eye on Volatile Balkan Nation
  • September 23, 2000

  • Australian Women Defeat Americans in Water Polo Thriller
  • Kraft Recall Stirs Debate Over Food Labeling
  • Swiss Referendum Could Limit Number of Foreigners Who Seek Asylum
  • Alex Sanchez Freed After Being Arrested by LAPD's Rampart Division
  • High Gas Prices Send Some Consumers to Internet for Better Prices
  • Campaign Trail Dodges Gun Control Issue
  • Sunday's Elections Could Mark the Beginning of the End for Milosevic Regardless of Outcome
  • U.S. Ambassador to Israel Being Investigated for Possible Security Violations
  • Montenegro Plans to Boycott Sunday's Yugoslav Election
  • September 22, 2000

  • British Court Decides to Separate Conjoined Twins
  • Intel's Warning Shocks Investors
  • NATO on Alert for Election Fraud in Yugoslavia
  • Iraq, North Korea Disperse Troops to Resist Air Attacks
  • Russian Hostage Drama or Drunken Charade?
  • President Clinton Authorizes Release of Oil From Strategic Petroleum Reserve
  • September 21, 2000

  • Indigent Georgians Learn Life-Saving Skill: Cooking
  • Yugoslav Polls Show Milosevic's Challenger Leads
  • Educational Systems Around the World Fight to Catch Up with the Internet Age
  • U.S. Officials Fear Milosevic Will Cheat in Yugoslav Elections
  • U.S. Officials Fear Milosevic Will Cheat in Yugoslav Elections
  • September 20, 2000

  • Yugoslav Presidential Contenders Rally Voters for Sunday Elections; Milosevic Urges Unity in Rare Montenegro Appearance
  • Fate of Cuban Crash Survivors Remains Uncertain
  • September 19, 2000

  • Legislation to Give China Permanent Normal Trade Status Passes Senate
  • New Floats Will Help Researchers Monitor Oceans
  • Israel Temporarily Suspends Talks with Palestinians
  • Fuel Price Protests Deluge Europe
  • New NHTSA Report Adds to Firestone Tire-Related Fatalities
  • Questions Still Remain Concerning Downed Cuban Plane
  • September 18, 2000

  • Haves and Have-Nots in China
  • Peru Thrown into More Political Confusion with Reported Arrest of Country's Powerful Intelligence Chief
  • Two Separate Bombings in Northern Ireland Sparking Fears of a New Round of Violence
  • Bin Laden Followers Believed to Have Published Terrorist Training Guide
  • U.S. Steps Up Pressure on Saddam
  • September 17, 2000

  • Dragon Boaters Compete for Olympic Recognition
  • Tropical Storm Gordon Continues Toward Florida
  • Republican Joan Johnson in Colorful Battle for Lazio's Seat
  • Florida Residents Aren't Too Concerned About Tropical Storm Gordon
  • High Winds Hamper Firefighting Efforts in Boulder
  • Does Medicare Cover Hospice Care?
  • Worst of Gordon Could Be Yet to Come
  • Tropical Storm Gordon: Low-Lying Areas of Florida Brace For Possible Flooding
  • Fabled Florida Town in Storm's Path
  • Sydney 2000 Olympics: A Day of Highs and Lows
  • Gordon Puts Florida on High Alert
  • Forecasters Fear Storm-Surge Flooding from Gordon
  • September 16, 2000

  • Wildfires Rage Near Boulder, Colorado
  • Local Boy Makes Good with Two Gold Medals in Sydney
  • Doctors Without Borders Exhibit Conveys Plight of World's Refugees
  • Romanian Weightlifting Team Banned from Olympics
  • Hurricane Gordon Stronger That Previously Reported
  • Aborigines at Odds Over Symbolism of Opening Ceremony
  • Bush Camp Looks to Recapture Momentum
  • President Clinton Calls for Additional $1 Billion in Funding for Nursing Homes
  • Transit Strike Could Cripple L.A.
  • Floridians Brace for Hurricane Gordon
  • Hurricane Gordon Expected to Attack Western Florida by Monday
  • E-Touch Brings Internet to Africa
  • Israelis, Palestinians Face Two Key Issues in Quest for Peace
  • Reputed Leader of Spanish Terrorist Group Arrested
  • Preparatory Measures Escalate as Gordon Reaches Hurricane Status
  • September 15, 2000

  • Iraq to Dump Dollar
  • While Clinton Meets With India's Prime Minister, Tensions Deepen Between Pakistan and India
  • Britain: Fuel Protests End, But for How Long?
  • September 14, 2000

  • Russian Lawmakers Defy Their Own Anti-Smoking Law
  • Cuban Athletes Make Their Way to Sydney Olympics With High Hopes
  • Khmer Rouge Leaders Yet to Face Justice in Cambodia After 20 Years
  • First Israeli Anti-Missile Defense Test Declared Successful
  • President Clinton Plans Historic Trip to Vietnam
  • Protesters of Britain's Fuel Tax Return Home
  • September 13, 2000

  • Deadline Passes Without Israeli-Palestinian Peace Agreement
  • CIA and White House Square Off Over Release of Documents Related to U.S. Role in Chile During '70s
  • Fuel Blockades Threaten to Paralyze Europe
  • Federal Government and Wen Ho Lee Reach Plea Agreement
  • September 12, 2000

  • Synagogue in Poland Reopens in Honor of Jewish Victims of World War II
  • Mine-Clearing Organization in Cambodia Could be Shut Down Due to Charges of Corruption
  • Secretary of State Albright Has Some Tough Words For Iraq During U.N. General Assembly
  • Protests Escalate as Tempers Flare in European Gas Crisis
  • September 11, 2000

  • Arafat Praised for Delaying Declaration of Palestinian Statehood
  • Russian Gymnastics Team Still Trains the Soviet Way
  • Deadly Flash Flood Sweeps Through Italian Campground
  • British Raid Frees Seven Soldiers in Sierra Leone
  • Computer Security Continues to Be a Problem for the Government
  • Last-Minute Details Hold Up Wen Ho Lee Plea Agreement
  • September 10, 2000

  • Stars Come Out for Emmy Awards
  • IBM Prepares to Take the Olympics Online
  • Multiple Misdeeds Lead to Firing of Indiana University Basketball Coach Bob Knight
  • Wen Ho Lee to be Set Free on Plea Bargain
  • Palestinians Back off Statehood, Breathe Life Into Peace Process
  • Myles Brand Discusses His Decision to Fire Bobby Knight
  • Christians, Jews Come Together in Ongoing Movement of Reconciliation
  • Clinton Administration Vows to Keep the Pressure on OPEC
  • Wen Ho Lee Reaches Deal with Government
  • Knight Firing Fires Up Indiana Students
  • Wen Ho Lee to Leave Prison on Plea Bargain
  • September 09, 2000

  • Some Lobstermen Claim Connection Between West Nile Virus and Millions of Lobster Deaths
  • Iraq Opposes Spiking Oil Production
  • Relief in France Saturday Tied to Cost of Fuel
  • Some Researchers Think Tobacco Could Be Used to Benefit Human Health
  • Stalled Middle East Peace Process Gains New Momentum
  • September 08, 2000

  • United States and Greece Join Forces to Combat Terrorism
  • Britain Has Highest Fuel Prices in Europe
  • Elusive Peace: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Remains Unresolved
  • U.N. Millennium Summit Comes to a Close
  • September 07, 2000

  • Children in Danger in Hotspots Around the World
  • Clinton Meets with Chinese President Friday
  • U.N. Peace Summit: Peacekeeping the Hot Topic of Debate; Arafat Gives No Ground on Palestinian State; Khatami Addresses Assembly
  • September 06, 2000

  • U.N. Millennium Summit Must Overcome Many Challenges to Make Progress
  • Inquest Into Omagh Car Bombing Opens
  • Powerful Lobbies Command the Attention in French Fuel Crisis
  • U.S. Gives Acoustical Data of Russian Submarine Disaster to Moscow
  • September 05, 2000

  • Desire for Trade Tempers Chinese President's Criticism of U.S.
  • Protest Over High Fuel Prices in France Leading to Gas Shortages
  • Middle East Leaders Attempt to End Stalemate in Israeli- Palestinian Peace Talks
  • State Department Report Condemns Increase of Religious Persecution in China
  • United Nations Summit in New York Calls for Reducing Poverty, Ignorance, Disease
  • September 04, 2000

  • Ehud Barak to Meet With President Clinton
  • How do Gore and Bush Compare on International Policy?
  • Mohammed Khatami Addresses Iranian-Americans
  • Dragging Death of Black Man Escalates Racial Tensions in South Africa
  • September 03, 2000

  • Firefighters in Montana Finally Get Some Fresh Manpower
  • Napa County Residents Begin to Pick up Pieces After Moderate Quake
  • President Clinton Prepares For Busy Legislative Session
  • Bush and Gore Have Busy Labor Day Weekend
  • Vietnamese School Goes High-Tech to Help Visually Impaired
  • Napa Valley Residents Clean up After Moderate Quake
  • Hiring Push in Aviation Industry is Creating Shortage of Experienced Flight Instructors
  • State of the World Forum Gets Set to Kickoff in New York
  • Status of Jerusalem is Focus of Arab League Meeting in Cairo
  • Napa, California Recovers From Moderate Earthquake
  • Lebanese Voters Celebrate Apparent Victory of Former Prime Minister in Parliamentary Race
  • September 02, 2000

  • Japan and Russia Meet to Work Out Age-Old Differences
  • Farmers in Maryland Expecting Bumper to Bumper Crops with Heavy Rainfall This Summer
  • Beautiful Bouquets Big Business in Russia
  • Somali Athletes Hope to Have Big Impact in Sydney Olympics
  • Clinton Out Campaigning for His Wife, Hillary
  • One of Country's Largest School Bus Manufacturers Warning of Potential Brake Problem with Its Vehicles
  • Contract Negotiations Taking Place to Avert Strike by Thousands of Firestone Workers
  • Lebanon Prepares For Heated Political Battle Over Post of Prime Minister
  • Montana Wildfires Devastating Land and Business
  • Labor Talks Between Union Members and Firestone Continue; Venezuela Recommends Criminal Prosecution of Ford & Firestone Officials
  • September 01, 2000

  • Russia School Teaches Reading, Writing and Marching
  • Government Issues Warning About More Firestone Tires
  • In Yugoslavia, Opposition Groups Banning Together to Lay Down a Serious Challenge to Leader Slobodan Milosevic
  • Indonesia's Attorney General Unveils List of 19 People to be Questioned for Human Rights Abuses in East Timor
  • President Defers Decision on Missile Defense to Next Administration
  • August 31, 2000

  • Espionage Suspect Wen Ho Lee Expected to Return Home Soon
  • Five British Soldiers Released by West Side Boys
  • High-Level U.S. Delegation Meets with Senior Iranian Political Leaders
  • Dispute Over Jerusalem Continues on the Ground Amid Flurry of Diplomatic Activity
  • August 30, 2000

  • In Germany, Neo-Nazis Get a Sharp Message from the Law
  • Looking Beyond Religious and Ethnic Differences at Heart of Gathering of Spiritual Leaders
  • East Timor Struggles to Build a Nation After Winning Independence
  • In France, Fishermen Protesting High Fuel Prices Have Mounted Blockade of Key Ports
  • Colombian Drug War Brings U.S. Aid and Visit from President Clinton
  • August 29, 2000

  • Thailand Hopes Boxer Will Bring Home Olympic Gold
  • Religious and Spiritual Leaders Gather at Millennium Peace Summit
  • Libya Negotiates Release of Six Western Hostages Held in Philippines
  • Egypt Plays Pivotal Role in Middle East Peace Process
  • U.S. Government Looks to Aid Colombia in Drug War
  • August 28, 2000

  • Wildfires Continue to Spread in Montana
  • Fire in Moscow TV Tower Leaves Two Dead
  • Weekend of Violence Paints Brutal Picture of Colombia
  • Burundi Peace Accord Falters Despite Pressure From Nelson Mandela and President Clinton
  • August 27, 2000

  • President Clinton Promotes Democracy in Nigeria
  • Fire Continues to Burn in Giant Moscow TV Tower
  • Nigeria: Health Care System in Dire Straights
  • Prehistoric Items Are on Auction in L.A.
  • Philippines: Five More Abu Sayyaf Hostages Released
  • Moscow's Giant TV Tower Ablaze
  • August 26, 2000

  • L.A. Winemakers Making Headway in Two Year Battle to Abolish Prohibition
  • Wen Ho Lee's Daughter Discusses Charges Against Her Father
  • Kursk Coverage Highlights the Relationship Between Russia's Military and Media
  • U.S. Officials Say They Have Stopped Major Colombian Cocaine Network
  • Firestone Trying to Salvage Image in Wake of Tire Recall
  • Firestone Trying to Bolster Its Image in the Wake of Tire Recall
  • Why Is President Clinton Visiting Nigeria?
  • Egyptians Mourn Victims of Gulf Air Flight 072's Crash
  • August 25, 2000

  • Gulf Air Crash Investigators Continue Searching for Clues as to What Went Wrong
  • China and Concerns About Religious Freedom Ahead of Next Week's Summit of Religious Leaders at U.N.
  • August 24, 2000

  • China Cautiously Heading into Internet Age
  • How Families and Russian Government Dealing with Submarine Disaster
  • More International Appeals for Release of Four Journalists Being Held in Liberia on Charges of Espionage
  • High Winds Cause Eruption of Western Wildfires
  • Fox Pitches Open-Border Proposal to Clinton
  • Investigators Searching for Reason Why Gulf Air Jetliner Crashed Wednesday
  • August 23, 2000

  • 'Harry Potter' Casts Lead Role
  • German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder Tours Former Nazi Concentration Camp
  • International Panel of Experts Calling for Major Changes in U.N. Peacekeeping Operations
  • Mexico's President-Elect Vicente Fox to Meet in Washington with Clinton
  • No Signs of Survivors in Gulf Air Crash
  • August 22, 2000

  • Russian Public Angry Over President Vladimir Putin's Handling of Submarine Crisis
  • Taiwan: Super Typhoon Bilis Kills Two, Injures at Least Seven
  • Typhoon Bilis Lashes Taiwan
  • Hurricane Debby Passing Through Caribbean
  • Fire Fatigue: Enemy Number Two for Western Firefighters
  • August 21, 2000

  • Mexico's PRI Suffers Political Blow in Volatile State of Chiapas
  • Ten U.S. Servicemen Killed in WWII Bombing Mission Get Hero's Burial at Arlington National Cemetery
  • New Smokey Bear Cub Rescued from Montana Wildfire
  • Russia Confirms Sailors Aboard Submarine Are Dead
  • August 20, 2000

  • Airline Delays Expected to be Focal Point of Summit in Washington
  • Firefighters Struggle to Save Homes in Montana From Blazing Wildfires
  • Is Arafat Preparing for Peace or Digging in His Heels?
  • Gore Campaigns in Midwest
  • Federal Investigators Head to New Mexico After Natural Gas Pipeline Explodes Leaving 10 Dead
  • Train Derails in Kenya Killing at Least 16
  • Gore Looks to Tighten Race For White House
  • Russian Submarine Crisis: Little Hope Left For Sailors; President Putin Faces Political Fallout
  • August 19, 2000

  • In Chesapeake Bay, Efforts to Save the Historical Skipjacks Vessels
  • 83-Year-Old Woman Survives Three Days Suspended in Car Above Snake and Alligator Infested Swamp
  • Winds Challenge Western Firefighters
  • Bush Taking on Democrats on Television and on Their Own Turf
  • Doctors for Senator McCain Say Prognosis Appears to Be Good
  • Program Helping Challenged Children Surpass Their Vulnerabilities with a Winning Spirit
  • Many Idahoans Watch Their Livelihoods Go Up in Smoke
  • Many Russians Angered Over Submarine Disaster
  • Senator John McCain Recovering from Five and a Half Hours of Skin Cancer Surgery
  • 'Katie.com' Source of Web Site Confusion
  • High Winds Making Firefighters Job Out West Even Tougher
  • Ambassador Robert Hunter Discusses Russian Submarine Crisis
  • August 18, 2000

  • National Conventions: Light on International Policy
  • Russians Criticize Government Handling of Downed Submarine
  • August 15, 2000

  • Robert Kennedy Jr. Discusses JFK and the Democratic Party
  • August 13, 2000

  • Democratic National Convention: Interview With Gore National Security Adviser Leon Fuerth
  • Replica of Checkpoint Charlie Unveiled in Berlin
  • FEMA Director Says Montana Fire Aid Could Flow Within the Week
  • Young Delegate Could Be Future of the Democratic Party
  • India Prepares For Attacks From Kashmiri Militants on Independence Day
  • Democratic National Convention: President Clinton Continues Fund Raising
  • Democratic National Convention: Gore Campaigns in Battleground State of Ohio
  • August 12, 2000

  • George W. Bush Wrapping Up a Campaign Swing Through the West
  • One Firefighting Method Out West Actually Angering Residents
  • Surgeons Report Success in Heart Surgery Without Anesthesia
  • Ford Goes Extra Mile to Help Recalled Firestone Tire Owners
  • Is Clinton Stealing Gore's Spotlight in Los Angeles?
  • Nore Rain Forecast for Flood-Ravaged India
  • Korean Merchants Fear Protests Could Lead to Repeat of '92 Riots
  • August 11, 2000

  • British Balloonists Fall Just Short of World Record
  • Wildfires Continue to Burn in Montana
  • Campaign for New British Sex-Offender Law Spurs Controversy
  • France Works to Restrict Access to Hate Groups' Web Sites
  • Egyptair Crash Report Focuses on Co-Pilot
  • Arafat Campaigns for Second Israeli-Palestinian Peace Conference
  • August 10, 2000

  • Germany Vows to Shut Down Dangerous Web Sites
  • Israeli Authorities Seal off Holy Area
  • Retiring Marine Corps General Says U.S. Military Cuts Have Gone Too Far
  • Venezuelan President Visits Iraq
  • Officials Fear Montana Fire Could Blaze Again
  • Bombing in Kashmir: Pro-Pakistani Militant Group Claims Responsibility for Thursday's Attack
  • Report Warns U.S. Missile Defense Shield Could Instigate Chinese Nuclear Buildup
  • August 09, 2000

  • United Nations Building in Dire Need of Repairs
  • Lebanese Security Forces Deploy in South Lebanon
  • Immigration Service Cracks Down on Illegal Border Crossings
  • Firestone Recalling More than Six Million Tires in North America
  • United States to Send 200 Peacekeeping Troops to Africa
  • August 08, 2000

  • Muslim Militant Group Ends Cease-Fire with India
  • Kenya Confronts Worst Drought in Decades
  • Defense Department Admits It May Have to Postpone Deployment of National Missile Defense
  • Clinton Takes Firsthand Look at Western Wildfires
  • Chilean Court Strips Augusto Pinochet of Immunity
  • Bomb Through Passageway in Moscow
  • August 07, 2000

  • Al Gore Chooses Joseph Lieberman as His Running Mate
  • U.S. Observes Anniversary of Embassy Bombings in Africa
  • Wildfires Blazing Out of Control in the West
  • August 06, 2000

  • Gonesse Mourns Victims of Air France Concorde Crash as Questions Still Linger
  • Wildfires Continue to Scorch Western U.S.
  • Eleventh World Conference on Tobacco or Health Gets Set to Kick Off in Chicago
  • Children of Migrant Farmers Offered New Opportunities in San Joaquin Valley
  • Bush Barrels through Last Day of Post-Convention Rail Ride
  • Bush Looks to Lessen GOP's Chronic Deficit Among Women Voters
  • Israeli Rabbi Sparks Outrage After Calling Victims of Holocaust 'Reincarnated Sinners'
  • Ten Years After Iraq's Invasion of Kuwait and U.N. Sanctions Still Stand
  • August 05, 2000

  • Wife of Victim Uses Convention to Protest Abu-Jamal Supporters
  • Bush and Cheney Ride Rails on Post-Convention Momentum
  • Youngsters in New York Learning Value of Charitable Giving
  • Some in Britain Lobbying for Public Naming of Pedophiles
  • Weekend Becoming Major Headache for Travelers Hoping to Fly United In and Out of Chicago
  • Small Army of Kilted Crusaders Play Bagpipes in Scotland's Spired Capital, Edinburgh
  • Attacks on Immigrants on Rise in Germany
  • What Are Chances of Peace in the Middle East?
  • August 04, 2000

  • Russians Queue for a Chance to Touch the Remains of Saint Pantelemon
  • State Department Upgrading Security
  • Bill Would Unfreeze Assets of Countries to Pay Fines for Terrorism
  • Republican Party Adjourns Its Convention; Convention Dazzles, and Befuddles, Foreigners
  • Suspects Pleads Not Guilty to Internet Attacks
  • July 30, 2000

  • Convention Organizers Tackle the Acoustics of the Republican National Convention
  • Immigration Boom Adds Diversity to Big Apple
  • Wildfires Continue to Scorch Western U.S.
  • Condoleezza Rice Discusses the Bush Campaign's Foreign Policy Agenda
  • Ehud Barak Facing Political Crisis in Israel
  • Campaign Ads Have Long Been Part of America's Political Landscape
  • On His Way to Philadelphia, Bush Makes Sure to Stump in Battleground States
  • July 29, 2000

  • Campaign Veteran Takes Final Ride
  • Bush Campaigning in Swing States as He Heads to Philadelphia
  • Convention Faces Challenge of Carting Delegates Around
  • New Dryer Technology Can Lessen Your Load
  • Unrest Continues to Rock Lima
  • Gore Picks Announcement Date, if not Running Mate
  • Potpourri of Protesters Greets Delegates in Philadelphia
  • Research Shows St. John's Wort Decreases Efficacy of Some Prescription Medicines
  • Republicans Struggling to Close the Race Gap
  • Status of Jerusalem, Palestinian State Loom Over Peace Process
  • Hillary Clinton Criticizes Yasser Arafat
  • Gore Reportedly Will Name Running Mate on August 8th
  • July 28, 2000

  • Viking Ship Recreates Discovery
  • Last of Paramilitary Prisoners Freed in Northern Ireland
  • Napster Granted Stay of Execution
  • Bush Expands Lead Over Gore; Protesters Gather in Philadelphia
  • Clinton Sends Message to Israelis, Palestinians
  • Death Toll in Concorde Crash Rises to 114
  • Protesters, Police Clash on Inauguration Day in Peru
  • July 27, 2000

  • Russia Drops Charges Against Media Mogul
  • Competition Testifies AOL-Time Warner Merger Could Squeeze Them Out
  • Palestinians Pressure Arafat to Hold His Ground in Summit
  • Yugoslav President's Announcement of Fall Elections Creates Controversy
  • Tire Damage Provides New Clues to Cause of Concorde Crash
  • July 26, 2000

  • Peru's President Begins Third Term This Week Following Widely Criticized Election
  • East Jerusalem Issue Threatens Middle East Peace Process
  • Peru's President Begins Third Term This Week Following Widely Criticized Election
  • Blind Physician Has Bright Hope for the Future
  • Madeleine Albright to Meet with North Korea's Foreign Minister in Thailand Friday
  • Authorities Begin Investigation Into Concorde Crash; Germany Mourning Its Dead
  • July 25, 2000

  • Next President Will Make Decision on Deploying National Missile Defense
  • Middle East Peace Summit Ends Without an Agreement
  • Crash of Air Franc Concorde Kills at Least 113
  • July 24, 2000

  • Armstrong's Tour de France Victory a Boon for Cycling Business
  • Dick Cheney as George W. Bush's Running Mate Looks Likely
  • Dick Cheney Likely Running Mate for George W. Bush
  • Political Prisoners Freed in Northern Ireland
  • President Clinton Set to Resume Mideast Peace Summit
  • July 23, 2000

  • Bush Seems to Favor Cheney as V.P. Choice
  • Web Site Looks to Help Unhappy Partners Navigate Down Difficult Road of Divorce
  • Police Say Orlando Hostage-Taker is Negotiating in Good Faith
  • Tiger Woods Discusses Winning the Career Grand Slam
  • Tiger Woods Becomes Youngest Golfer Ever to Win Grand Slam
  • Middle East Peace Summit: Success of Summit Hinges on Fate of Jerusalem
  • Lance Armstrong Wins Tour de France
  • Possible V.P. Choices For Bush Endure Media Spotlight
  • European Union Envoy to Middle East Discusses Camp David Summit
  • President Clinton Returns Home to Rejoin Camp David Summit; Jerusalem Remains Dividing Point of Peace Talks
  • Hostage Standoff Continues in Florida Despite Release of Two Children
  • July 22, 2000

  • Four-Year Investigation Nabs 17 Individuals Accused of Contributing to Hezbollah
  • A Look at Overseas Adoption
  • Hot, Dry Summer Taking Toll on Iraq
  • President Clinton to Head Home from G-8 Summit Early to Return to Camp David Talks
  • Dick Cheney Heading Up Bush Search for VP and May Be at Top of List
  • Dot.coms Snapping Up Computer-Savvy Teenagers
  • Focus of G-8 Summit in Okinawa Has Been Very Broad
  • What Dick Cheney May Be Doing to Get in Race for Bush's Running Mate
  • President Clinton Leaves G-8 Summit Early to Return to Camp David
  • July 21, 2000

  • Long Drought Devastating to Southeast Farmers
  • What's on the Agenda for the G8 Summit Participants
  • Israelis and Palestinians Have Agreed to Focus on Narrowing Differences on Core Issues
  • July 20, 2000

  • Family of Cuban Baseball Player Talk About His Defection
  • Two Members of Salt Lake Olympic Bid Committee Indicted
  • President Clinton Arrives in Japan Today for G8 Summit
  • Camp David Mideast Summit Continues without President Clinton
  • July 19, 2000

  • Russian President Says North Korea Ready to Give up Missile Program
  • Japan Hosting G-8 Summit at a Politically Precarious Time for Its Prime Minister
  • Queen Mother Celebrates Upcoming 100th Birthday
  • Germany Planning to Phase Out Commercial Nuclear Power Plants
  • Camp David Summit: Israeli and Palestinian Leaders Contesting the Status of Jerusalem
  • July 18, 2000

  • Graveyard in Malaysia Gaining Tourist Attention
  • India's Government Promising to Work More Quickly to Modernize Airliner Fleet
  • Putin on Road Trying to Rally Opposition to Proposed U.S. Missile Defense Program
  • Tensions Remain High as NATO Secretary General Visits Kosovo Region
  • In Camp David Peace Talks, Pressure Mounting for a Deal
  • July 17, 2000

  • Judge Rules HIV+ Thai Child Should Remain in U.S.
  • Russian President Putin Faces Criticism and Opposition
  • Indonesian Military Aiding Muslim Militants in Malukus
  • Clock Ticking Down on Mideast Peace Summit
  • July 16, 2000

  • British Health Officials Investigate New Cluster of Rare Brain Disorder
  • Soaps Float Toward the Internet
  • Civil Rights Activists Call For Federal Investigation Into Death of Black Man Outside Michigan Department Store
  • Hillary Denies Allegation She Used Ethnic Slur
  • Clinton 'Optimistic' About Prospects for Summit
  • 'George' Finds Life of its Own
  • Camp David Summit: No Clear Signs of Progress Reported; Many Israelis Skeptical About Talks
  • July 15, 2000

  • Gore Returns to His Roots in Fight for the Center
  • Negotiators Learn Language of Diplomacy at Camp David
  • 9 Dead in Tornado in Canada
  • Afghan Women Turn to Internet to Protest Taleban Abuses
  • Plane Crashes While Fighting Fires in Greece
  • Tornado Rips Through Alberta, Canada Campground
  • Afghan Women Using the Internet to Fight for Their Rights
  • HMOs Join Exodus From Medicare
  • Cuban-American Protesters Sail Flotilla Next to Cuban Waters
  • Riots Erupt in Hebron; Israeli and Palestinian Leaders Need a Peace Deal Their Peoples Will Accept
  • Jury Foreman Says Tobacco Companies Should Be Accountable
  • July 14, 2000

  • French Celebrate Bastille Day With National Picnic
  • Violence at Drumcree Protests Subsiding, but Orange Order Still Focused on Issue
  • AIDS Conference Ends in South Africa
  • Negotiators Continue Israeli-Palestinian Peace Talks at Camp David
  • Florida Jury Orders Tobacco Companies to Pay $145 Billion in Punitive Damages
  • July 13, 2000

  • French Cyclist Goes Through Grueling Journey Backwards
  • Arrest of Suspect in Philadelphia Raises Questions of Excessive Force and Brutality
  • Camp David Summit: U.S. Urges Israelis and Palestinians to Get Down to Business; Barak Gaining More and More Support Back Home
  • U.S.-Vietnam Trade Agreement Ushers in New Relations Between Washington and Hanoi
  • July 12, 2000

  • Putin Places Russia's Most Powerful Under Investigation
  • Iranian President Returns Home to Face Reform Struggle
  • At Camp David Summit, Most Sensitive Issue is Status of Jerusalem
  • July 11, 2000

  • Russians Prepare to Launch Service Module of International Space Station
  • Mideast Peace Summit: Will Real Change Happen?
  • Lack of Power, Alternatives to Condoms Putting Africa's Women at Risk of AIDS
  • Mideast Peace Summit Under Way at Camp David
  • July 10, 2000

  • Mideast Peace Talks Begin Tomorrow at Camp David
  • Activists Criticize South Africa's Investment in AIDS Treatments
  • Israeli and Palestinian Negotiators Prepare for Summit
  • July 09, 2000

  • Gay Man's Murder Leaves Parents Asking Why
  • Twelve Dead After Stampede at World Cup Qualifying Match in Zimbabwe
  • Venus and Serena Williams Serve as Role Models to Youth
  • What Kind of Results Will Camp David Summit Between Israelis and Palestinians Produce?
  • Parents of Gay W. Virginia Man Try to Come to Terms With His Brutal Murder
  • Thirteenth International AIDS Conference Kicks Off in South Africa
  • Israel's Coalition Government in Shambles as Camp David Summit With Palestinians Approaches
  • July 08, 2000

  • Environmental Battle Unfolding Across the United States
  • Yankees and Mets Going Head to Head in 'Subway Series'
  • Gay Activists Suspect Gay West Virginia Man's Murder Motivated by Bigotry
  • Kids and Parents Celebrate as Fourth 'Harry Potter' Installment Hits Shelves
  • World Bank Announces $500 Million Financial Program to Help Combat AIDS on African Continent
  • Future of American Missile Defense System in Question After Second Failed Test
  • African Health Ministers Give Cool Reception to Drug Company's Offer to Supply Important AIDS Drug Free
  • July 07, 2000

  • In London in Just Over Half an Hour, the Long Wait for "Harry Potter" Fans Will Be Over
  • Russia Stepping Up Airstrikes in Chechnya
  • Police and British Troops in Northern Ireland Will Stay on Alert After Five Nights of Violence
  • Grassroots Effort in Zimbabwe to Fight AIDS Virus
  • July 06, 2000

  • Residents in Hong Kong Neighborhood Fuming Over Tofu Fumes
  • Move Toward Lifting Ban on Commercial Whale Hunting
  • Germany Beats Out South Africa for 2006 World Cup
  • Clinton Must Soon Decide Whether to Build a Missile-Defense System to Protect from Small-Scale Nuclear Attack
  • At Least 27 Killed in Accident in Spain
  • July 05, 2000

  • Northern Ireland Violence Escalates as Drumcree March Draws Closer
  • Williams Sisters Face Off at Wimbledon
  • U.S. Takes Another Step in Carrying Out the 1991 START Arms Reduction Treaty with Russia
  • Chernobyl Time Bomb: World Governments Pledge Donations to Ensure Nuclear Plant Remains Safe
  • Israeli Prime Minister Barak and Palestinian Leader Arafat Coming to Camp David Next Week
  • July 04, 2000

  • Immigrants Take the U.S. Oath of Citizenship on Independence Day
  • Mexican President-Elect Vicente Fox Discusses Plans for Economy, Governing
  • July 03, 2000

  • Parade Tensions: Tempers Flare in Northern Ireland Over Drumcree March Decision
  • Genetically Modified Crops Offer Hope to Struggling Chinese Farmers
  • France Celebrates Soccer Victory
  • Arafat's Plan for Palestinian Statehood Approved
  • Opposition Candidate Wins Mexican Presidential Election
  • July 02, 2000

  • Controversial Tower at Gettysburg Scheduled for Demolition
  • Elections Offer Mexican Nationals Cross-Border Voting
  • California Community Bans Wood-Burning Fireplace
  • Winery Collapse: Ohio Terrace Survivors Tell the Tale
  • Polls in Eastern Mexico Close
  • Activists Say World Bank Loan Could Help China Crush Tibetan Culture
  • Quick Count Expected After Polls Close in Mexico
  • Mexican Presidential Candidate Vicente Fox Could Face Tough Road Ahead
  • July 01, 2000

  • Steve Allen Pays Tribute to Walter Matthau
  • On Saturday, Same-Sex Couples in Vermont Become First Beneficiaries of Civil Union Law
  • Accident in Ohio Kills At Least One, Injures Scores More
  • Former U.S. Secretary of State James Baker Discusses Mexico's National Elections Tomorrow
  • Millions of Mexican Voters are Preparing for Sunday's National Elections
  • In Cuba Saturday, a Message of Defiance from President Fidel Castro
  • Rescue Crews Digging Through Debris of Collapsed Floor at Ohio Winery
  • New 9 1/2 Mile Bridge and Rail Link Will Connect Copenhagen and Swedish Town of Malomo
  • Iraq Back in Ballistic Missile Business
  • On Sunday Mexicans Head to Polls to Pick a New President
  • June 30, 2000

  • Chinese Government Attempts to Control Cyberspace
  • U.S. Sends Money to Colombia to Fight Drug War
  • Zedillo's Commitment to Fair Elections May be His Party's Downfall
  • U.S. Government Releases Documents on Murders of Americans in Chile
  • In Southern France, a Leader of a Group of Militant Farmers is On Trial for Vandalizing a McDonald's
  • Zimbabwe's Political Force Faces Opposition
  • June 29, 2000

  • Britain Engineers Have Plans For Massive Airship to Help Out in Future Humanitarian Aid Efforts
  • Popularity of Hong Kong's Chief Executive Continues to Plummet
  • Mexico Looks to Ensure Free and Fair Elections
  • Elian Gonzalez and Father Spend Day in Cuba Away From Media Glare; Miami Relatives Cling to Memories
  • June 27, 2000

  • A Look at How Things Are Going Now in Southern Lebanon
  • Order Keeping Elian Gonzalez in U.S. Expires Tomorrow
  • Opposition Party in Zimbabwe Wins 57 Seats
  • U.S. Lawmakers Strike Deal on Sale of Food and Medicine to Cuba
  • June 26, 2000

  • U.N. Conference on Poverty Looks to Find Solutions For Millions Living in Dire Conditions
  • Declassified Documents Reveal Allied Intelligence Had Advanced Warning About Nazi Plans During World War II
  • Miami Relatives of Elian Gonzalez Make Appeal to U.S. Supreme Court
  • European Union Observers Say Zimbabwe's Parliamentary Elections Were Tainted by Violence and Fraud
  • Scientists Create First-Ever Rough Draft of Human Genome
  • June 25, 2000

  • Ralph Nader Wins Presidential Nomination of Green Party
  • Philip Morris Agrees to Buy Nabisco
  • Green Party Formally Nominates Ralph Nader as Presidential Candidate
  • Experience Music Project Combines High Tech and Rock 'N' Roll
  • Zimbabwean Voters Turn Out in High Numbers For Parliamentary Elections
  • How Much Has Changed Between U.S. and North Korea?
  • Despite Friendlier Climate Between Two Koreas, Some Tensions of Past Are Still in Place
  • June 24, 2000

  • A Generation Remembers the Pinball Machine
  • Anniversary of Korean War Marks Milestone for United Nations
  • L.A. Finally Has a Subway
  • This Week's Execution in Texas of a Convicted Murderer Has Once Again Sparked Debate Over the Death Penalty
  • Behind the Scenes at an Inventors' Paradise
  • Zimbabwe's Ruling Party Facing One of Its Biggest Political Challenges in Decades
  • Green Party Convention Under Way in Denver Colorado
  • Talks to Advance Peace Plan Between Ethiopia and Eritrea Nearly Collapsed This Week
  • Massive Rallies in Cuba Have Become Somewhat of a Ritual
  • Discussion of Factors that Will Determine This Weekend's Election in Zimbabwe
  • June 23, 2000

  • Violence Mars Zimbabwe's Parliamentary Elections
  • South Korean Government Urges Albright to Maintain U.S. Military Presence; Soviet Records Show Kim Il Sung Wanted Korean War
  • Appeals Court Denies Rehearing of Elian Gonzalez Case
  • June 22, 2000

  • Russian Military Personnel Wary of Cuts in Nuclear Arsenal
  • Women Gaining Representation in Mexican Government
  • In Britain, Truckdriver Charged with Manslaughter Deaths of Dozens of Illegal Chinese Immigrants
  • Gary Graham to be Executed Minutes from Now in Huntsville Prison
  • New Discovery is Fueling Debate About Life on Mars
  • June 21, 2000

  • South Korean Doctors Strike
  • Explosion in Northern Ireland Puts Cease-Fire in Doubt
  • Russia Faces Growth in Poverty
  • Virtual Reality Giving 'Exposure Therapy' Another Dimension
  • Many Who Survive Fighting in Eastern Congo Die of Disease and Hunger
  • OPEC Agrees to Boost Oil Production Quotas
  • June 20, 2000

  • Horn of Africa: UNICEF Calls for Massive Aid Effort
  • British Police Investigating Deaths of Illegal Immigrants Found in Truck
  • World Health Report 2000: They're Feeling Fine in France
  • Israeli Settlers Protesting Plans to Move Them From West Bank
  • Stonehenge Recreation Proves Too Challenging for Modern Man
  • Los Alamos Hard-Drives Have Been Unaccounted for Since Y2K Survey
  • June 19, 2000

  • Britain May Be Prohibited From Euro 2000 Soccer Tournament
  • Red Cross Says Over 500 Dead in Fight for Kisangani
  • British Police Launch Investigation After 58 Found Dead in Cargo Truck; Illegal Immigration Through Dover, England a Growing Problem
  • Candidates in Mexican Presidential Elections Making Appeals to Traditionally Ignored Groups
  • June 18, 2000

  • Melanoma is on the Rise in U.S.
  • Microsoft Prepares to Object to Government's Request to Move Antitrust Case to Supreme Court
  • India's Christian Leaders Concerned About Wave of Anti- Christian Violence
  • Silicon Valley Homes Are Finding a Second Home in East Palo Alto
  • British Soccer Hooligans Are Jeopardizing England's Chance to Host 2006 World Cup
  • Daughter Pays Tribute to Her Father at Vietnam Veteran's Memorial in Washington
  • Britain's Soccer Hooligans Are Brunt of Recent Backlash
  • Energy Secretary Richardson Gets Blasted Over Lost and Found Hard Drives at Los Alamos
  • What Lies Ahead For Volatile Continent of Africa?
  • Zimbabwe's Opposition Party Gaining More Momentum Leading up to Parliamentary Elections
  • Ethiopia and Eritrea Sign Accord to End Two-Year-Old Border War
  • June 17, 2000

  • Bush Vows to End National Security Lapses
  • French Couple Has Collection of Thousands of Ancient Books
  • Hundreds of English and German Soccer Fans Get into Brawl Prior to Match
  • In Africa, Two Warring Nations Poised for Peace
  • Questions Still Abound as Los Alamos Investigation Continues
  • Icelander Recreates Historic Journey
  • Disappearing Dot.Coms Slow Silicon Valley's Real Estate Rush
  • President Clinton Hoping a Middle East Peace Agreement Can be Reached by September 13
  • What Was on Discovered Hard Drives and Who Might Want the Information
  • June 16, 2000

  • Milosevic Blamed for Assassination Attempt
  • Syrians Expected to Rally Around Leadership of Bashar Al-Assad
  • Putin Attempting to Divide U.S. and Its European Allies at Russian-German Summit
  • Russian Tycoon's Arrest Indicates Putin's Attempt to Prove Power
  • June 15, 2000

  • La Nina Contributing to Nation's Weird Weather
  • Feds Make Bust on Heroin Ring
  • Syrian Leaders Meeting to Plan Country's Future
  • Arafat and Clinton Discuss Peace Process
  • Clinton Administration Easing Sanctions on North Korea
  • Arrest of Russian Media Tycoon Raises Doubts About President Putin's Commitment to Democracy
  • June 14, 2000

  • Syrians Adjusting to Change in Leaders
  • British Troops Complete Withdrawal from Sierra Leone
  • CNN 20: TWA Hijacking to Beirut
  • President Voices Concern Over Russian Media Mogul's Arrest
  • Army Reserve Colonel Arrested on Espionage Charges
  • Korean Leaders Issue Historic Communique
  • June 13, 2000

  • Cell Phones Will Soon Become Music Machines
  • Fighting Ravages Civilians of Kisangani
  • Argentina's President Making Overtures to Jewish Community
  • Bashar Leads Funeral Procession for His Father; Passing of Assad Mourned by Some Who Live in Israeli-Controlled Territory
  • June 12, 2000

  • Historic North Korea-South Korea Summit Set to Begin
  • Sealand Evolves From Offshore Platform to High-Tech Haven
  • Bashar Assad's Uncle May Challenge His Claim to Power; Hafez al-Assad Brought Syria Stability, Oppression
  • June 11, 2000

  • Justice Department Takes on Two Titans of Credit Industry
  • Who is Bashar Al-Assad?
  • North Korea Delays Summit One Day
  • What Does Assad's Death Mean for the Future of Middle East Peace?
  • King Abdullah of Jordan Reflects on the Challenges Facing Syria's New Leader
  • Anticipation Builds on Eve of Korean Summit
  • Assad's Death Lends New Urgency to Israeli-Palestinian Peace Track
  • June 10, 2000

  • Bashar Al-Assad in Syria Would Become Latest in New Generation of Arab Leaders
  • Bashar Al-Assad Appears Set to Succeed his Father as Syria's President
  • Syrian President Hafez Al-Assad Died Today at Home at the Age of 69
  • Middle East Expert Discusses Legacy of President Hafez Al- Assad
  • Death of Assad Leaves Questions About Syria's Stability, Middle East Peace
  • June 09, 2000

  • Market Research: Visiting U.S. Businessmen Eager to See Cuban Trade Embargo Lifted
  • One Year After NATO Bombing Campaign, Milosevic Remains in Power
  • Critics Charge Sportswear Companies and Broadcasters Have Too Much Influence Over Footballers
  • North-South Summit Brings New Hope to Separated Families in Korea
  • Army General Denies Tolerating Anti-Gay Climate at Base
  • June 08, 2000

  • Internal Conflict Forcing Many North Koreans to Flee to China
  • Massive Solar Eruption Could Damage Satellites
  • Israeli-Palestinian Peace Talks Set to Resume Next Week in Washington
  • EgyptAir Flight 990 Crash: Egypt Contests National Transportation Safety Board's Findings
  • June 07, 2000

  • Anti-Rocket Laser Weapon Test Successful
  • Chinese Herb Could Cause Serious Health Problems
  • Improved Relations Mean Boon for Business in China and South Korea
  • Microsoft Breakup: Good or Bad News for Consumers?
  • June 06, 2000

  • Forest Stewardship Council Looks to Make Consumers Aware of Preserving World's Forests
  • Lack of Housing is Growing Concern in Cuba
  • China Warns Hong Kong About Doing Business With Independence- Minded Taiwan
  • Eritrean Army Retakes Strategic Town From Ethiopian Forces
  • Newly Discovered Memo Appears to Indicate U.S. Army Commanders Ordered Airstrikes Against Civilian Refugees in Korean War
  • Yugoslavia Accuses CIA of Being Behind Assassination of Top Security Official in Montenegro
  • June 05, 2000

  • D-Day Veterans Gather in New Orleans For Opening of National D- Day Museum
  • Greece and Britain Square Off Over Lost Marbles
  • Report Says Greece Not Cooperating in Fight Against Terrorism
  • Israel's Former Militia Allies Face Retribution in Israel
  • Chilean Court Strips Pinochet of Immunity
  • President Clinton Addresses Duma
  • June 04, 2000

  • PT Cruiser Proves Everything Old is New Again
  • China Remains Unapologetic on Tiananmen Square Anniversary
  • Women of the World Gather in Name of Female Equality
  • Timber Industry's Clear-Cutting Plans in Sierra Nevada Mountains Outrages Environmentalists
  • What Will the U.N.-Brokered Israeli-Lebanese Border Mean for the Mideast Peace Process?
  • OAS Meeting Prompts Protests in Canada and Detroit
  • Who Got What from the Clinton-Putin Summit?
  • Clinton, Putin Remain Apart on Arms Control, Missile Defense
  • June 03, 2000

  • NASA Plans Homecoming for Compton Gamma Ray Observatory
  • Funeral Services Held For L.A. Police Chief Bernard Park's Grandaughter
  • Why Russia Is Worried About Prospect of U.S. Missile Defense System
  • Parents of Nathaniel Brazill Claim Shooting of His Teacher Was an Accident
  • Hostage Drama and Tension Continue in Fiji
  • Clinton Meets With Russian President Vladimir Putin in Russia
  • June 02, 2000

  • Murder of Rebel Leader Jeopardizes Truce Between Indonesian Government and Aceh Separatist Movement
  • Marine General Says Iran Ready to Test Medium-Range Ballistic Missile
  • Young Woman in Britain Has Unusual Run-in With the Law
  • Tyson Wins Another Round in Battle to Box in Scotland
  • U.S. Announces Plans to Seize Assets of International Drug Kingpins
  • President Clinton Defends U.S. Missile Defense Plan to European Leaders
  • June 01, 2000

  • Despite Cost, Red-Tape, U.S. Zoos Applying to China for Pandas
  • President Clinton Pushes for Peace in Meeting With Israeli Prime Minister
  • Appeals Court Denies Elian Gonzalez an Asylum Hearing
  • Luxembourg Police Shoot Hostage-Taker, Free Children and Teachers
  • May 31, 2000

  • Heavily Armed Man Holds 29 Children and Three Teachers Hostage in Luxembourg
  • Custody Disputes Remain Dividing Issue For Parents in Germany and U.S.
  • Clinton in Europe: U.S. Missile Defense Plan Comes Under Fire; Africa AIDS Initiative Introduced; U.S.-German Relations Remain Thorny
  • May 30, 2000

  • U.N. Peacekeepers Look to Keep Israeli-Lebanese Border Quiet
  • Government Forces in Sierra Leone Get Helping Hand in Continuing Advance Against Rebel Fighters
  • U.S. Criticizes Peruvian Elections, Considers Sanctions
  • Clinton Administration Says Congressional Delays Impeding Fight Against Drugs in Colombia
  • President Clinton Begins Tour of Europe
  • May 29, 2000

  • Alberto Fujimori Discusses the Allegations of Fraud in Peru's Presidential Elections
  • Palestinian Families Reunite Along Israeli-Lebanese Border
  • May 28, 2000

  • Artists Find Inspiration and Materials at the San Francisco Dump
  • Terry Baker Attempting to Educate Fellow Veterans About Hepatitis C
  • DaimlerChrysler Contest Encourages Teens to Design their Dream Vehicle
  • Moscow Cultural Center Giving Chechen Children Refuge From the Memories of War
  • Public Protests 'Fraudulent' Elections in Peru
  • U.S. and Russia Divided on Missile Defense
  • Hezbollah Leaders Incite Lebanese Protests on Israeli Border
  • As Polls Close in Peru, Crowds Gather to Protest Election
  • May 27, 2000

  • In Northern Arkansas, Tornado Wrecks Rural Area
  • New Allegations in E. Coli Outbreak Have Walkerton Citizens Questioning Authorities
  • Students Get Real-Life Adventure on Replica of Dutch Ship
  • Push to Oust Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic Appears to Be Waning
  • Florida School Shooting Leaves Parents, Students Wondering Why
  • No Shortage of Finger Pointing in Walkerton Following E.coli Outbreak
  • Just Days After Israeli Withdrawal, Southern Lebanon Border Remains Tense
  • Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori Headed Toward Unprecedented Third Term
  • May 26, 2000

  • Opposition Candidate Calls for Boycott of Peruvian Election
  • Worst E.coli Outbreak in Canada's History Kills Five
  • Observers Believe Israeli-Lebanese Border Remains Unstable
  • May 25, 2000

  • Security Tightened at Federal Government Buildings After Congressional Investigators Discover Major Breach
  • Tamil Tiger Rebels Warn of Bloodbath in Volatile Sri Lanka
  • Two Journalists Slain in Sierra Leone
  • A Day After China Trade Bill Passes, Pressure By Some to Lift Sanctions Against Cuba
  • End of Israel's Occupation of Lebanon Doesn't Alleviate All Security Concerns
  • May 24, 2000

  • Israel Ends 22-Year Occupation of Southern Lebanon
  • Diamond Mines Fueling War in Sierra Leone; Liberia's President Discusses Conflict
  • House Passes China Trade Bill
  • May 23, 2000

  • National Security Adviser Samuel Berger Discusses China Trade Deal
  • House Vote on Normalizing China Trade Expected Tomorrow
  • Peru's Run-Off Presidential Election Still on Schedule Despite Pressure to Postpone Balloting
  • U.N. Peacekeepers Trying to Identify Several Corpses Found Monday
  • May 22, 2000

  • Government Forces Pushing Into Interior of Sierra Leone
  • New Trade Bill Expands Opportunities For Caribbean and Central American Countries
  • Talks Between American and South African Presidents Focus on AIDS Epidemic
  • The Hague Hears Gruesome Testimony in Trial of Bosnian Serb General Accused of Mass Killings
  • Israeli-Backed Militiamen Desert as Israeli Forces Withdraw From Southern Lebanon
  • May 21, 2000

  • America's Cities Prepare For the Worst With Counterterrorism Exercises
  • NTSB Begins Investigation Into Charter Plane Crash in Pennsylvania Which Killed All 19 Onboard
  • Russian Men Have Highest Mortality Rate in Europe
  • Catholic Cafe Provides Food for the Body and the Soul
  • Koala Population Faces Renewed Threat of Extinction
  • Sierra Leone's Army Makes Steady Progress Against Rebels
  • Inspectors Find Corrosion in Collapsed Bridge in North Carolina
  • NTSB Arrives on Scene of Pennsylvania Plane Crash
  • NTSB Heads to Pennsylvania to Investigate Crash of Commuter Plane Which Left 19 Dead
  • Congress Gets Set to Vote on Permanent Trade Relations With China
  • NTSB Begins Investigation of Downed Charter Plane in Pennsylvania Which Left 19 Dead; Plane Reportedly Had Engine Problems
  • May 20, 2000

  • Chinese Dissidents Plan to Lobby Against Normalized Trade Relations with China
  • Health Officials Link Sick Surfers in California to Urban Runoff
  • Smithsonian Institute Sponsors Bugfest 2000
  • CNN 20: Beijing Orders CNN Off the Air, May 20, 1989
  • Toledo Threatens Withdrawal From Peru's Presidential Runoff
  • Lazio Embarks on First Leg of New York Senate Race
  • New Laser May Bring Internet Users Up to Speed
  • Question of What to Do with Sankoh Drawing Passionate Response in Sierra Leone's Capital
  • May 19, 2000

  • 'New Love' Computer Virus Even More Deadly Than Original 'Love Bug'
  • Sierra Leone's President Ahmed Tejan Kabbah Talks About the Ongoing Violence in His Country
  • Gunfire Erupts After More Clashes in Palestinian Territories
  • Peru's Presidential Election Heads For Runoff Amid Charges of Voter Fraud
  • May 18, 2000

  • Proposal in U.S. Congress to Ease Trade Sanctions Against Cuba
  • Pope John Paul II Celebrates His 80th Birthday
  • Sting Operation At Heart of Spy Trial Now Underway in United States
  • White House Pulls Out All the Stops to Win Approval of China Trade Bill
  • President Vladimir Putin Focuses on Reigning in All Regions of Russia
  • Russian Duma's Approval of START II Treaty Puts Pressure on U.S. to Make Next Critical Move
  • May 17, 2000

  • Opposition Candidate Appears Headed For Victory in Dominican Republic Presidential Elections
  • Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak Marks One-Year Anniversary of His Election Amid Much Volatility
  • President Clinton Set to Sign Africa-Caribbean Trade Initiative
  • Ethiopian Army Advancing Into Eritrea
  • Freetown Celebrates as Sierra Leone Rebel Leader Foday Sankoh is Captured By Pro-Government Forces
  • May 16, 2000

  • Japan's New Prime Minister Sparks Controversy
  • U.S. and European Allies Not Seeing Eye to Eye on Several Defense Issues
  • U.S. Middle East Peace Envoy Dennis Ross Discusses Difficulties of Israel-Palestinian Peace Process
  • May 15, 2000

  • Dunkirk Veterans Gather for 60th and Last Official Reunion
  • G8 Conference in France Aimed at Stopping Cybercriminals
  • Wildfires Burning in New Mexico
  • Rebels in Sierra Leone Release 139 Peacekeepers Held Hostage
  • Violence Explodes Across West Bank; Barak Wins Political Battle
  • May 14, 2000

  • U.S. Cities Towns See Re-Emergence of Main Street
  • Tensions Heighten Over Land Crisis in Zimbabwe
  • Hundreds of Thousands March in D.C. Over Gun Politics
  • Tamil Tigers Look to Make Final Push Against Sri Lankan Government to Retake City of Jaffna
  • California Governor Gray Davis Wants to Eliminate State Income Tax For Teachers
  • Firefighters Have Los Alamos Blaze 10 Percent Contained
  • Some Chinese Entrepreneurs Enter World Market Via the Net; Congress Prepares to Debate Open Trade With China
  • New Mexico High School Serves as Community Center for Victims of Los Alamos Wildfires
  • Several Days of Unrest in West Bank Underscore Tensions Beneath Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process
  • Million Mom March Makes Gun Control Even More Important Issue in Presidential Elections
  • May 13, 2000

  • Sri Lanka's Civil War Leaves Children as Unintended Casualties
  • Los Alamos Nuclear Lab Opens Doors to Reassure Public About Safety
  • Athletes Go to Great Lengths to Promote Diversity
  • U.N. Representative Discusses Sierra Leone Conflict
  • Firefighters Continue to Battle New Mexico Wildfires
  • U.S. Very Reluctant to Get Involved in Sierra Leone Crisis
  • May 12, 2000

  • One Grieving Mother's Ongoing Quest for Increased Gun Control
  • New Photos Raising Questions About Strength of China's Air Force
  • As Battle in Sri Lanka Rages On, Residents in Jaffna Warned to Flee
  • Farmers in Zimbabwe Increasingly Nervous
  • More U.N. Peacekeepers Headed to Sierra Leone
  • Firefighters Struggling to Hold Line Against Massive Wildfire in New Mexico
  • May 11, 2000

  • U.S. Officials Fear Tensions Between India and Pakistan Could Turn Into Nuclear Conflict
  • FBI Officials Testifies That Spies May Be Posing as Journalists at the State Department
  • Elian Gonzalez Case is Painful Reminder For Some American Parents
  • Federal Appeals Court Hears Arguments in Elian Gonzalez Case
  • U.N. and Pharmaceutical Companies Reach Deal on AIDS Drugs for Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Fighting Intensifies in Sierra Leone
  • Fire Sweeps Through Los Alamos
  • May 10, 2000

  • Miami is Still Bitter From Removal of Elian Gonzalez
  • Microsoft Asks Federal Judge to Reject Government Proposal of Breaking up Company
  • Pentagon Says Pilot Error May Have Caused Crash of Osprey Aircraft Which Killed 19 Marines
  • Role of U.N. Peacekeepers in Sierra Leone Could Be Changing
  • May 09, 2000

  • Big Game Lottery Gets Even Bigger
  • South Carolina Lawmakers Face Several Questions Regarding Confederate Flag
  • Sierra Leone Conflict: Rebel Leader Nowhere to be Found; U.N. Peacekeeping at Crossroads; U.S. Would Provide Logistical Support
  • May 08, 2000

  • Philippine Investigators Say They Have Found 'Love Bug' Creator
  • Sri Lankan Government Rejects Cease-Fire Proposal From Rebels Fighting For Independent Homeland
  • Tourists Held Hostage By Muslim Separatists in Philippines Make Plea For Peaceful Negotiations to Begin
  • White Landowner Killed in Zimbabwe as Land Crisis Becomes More and More Political
  • Several Demonstrators Demanding End to Violence in Sierra Leone Killed By Rebel Forces
  • May 07, 2000

  • Mass Held in New York For Cardinal John O'Connor
  • Trial of Railway Killer is Set to Begin in Texas
  • Clintons Spend Nostalgic Weekend in Arkansas Raising Money for Hillary
  • Philippines President Takes Hands-On Approach in Two Separate Hostage Situations
  • U.N. Official Retracts Statement on Rebels Proximity to Capital of Sierra Leone
  • Mass Held in New York For Cardinal John O'Connor
  • David Wurmser Discusses the Obstacles to Peace in the Middle East
  • What Are World's Most Dangerous Places to Travel?
  • Microsoft Likely to Request Half-Year Delay in Antitrust Trial
  • Life Hangs in the Balance For Hostages of Muslim Separatist Group on Filipino Island of Jolo
  • May 06, 2000

  • Wine Buyers Find Cool Place to Store Favorite Bottles
  • Much of U.S. Experiencing Turbulent Weather Lately
  • Rebels Advance on Sierra Leone's Capital
  • Musician Arranges Songs Left by Holocaust Victims
  • Small Village Far From Moscow Will Be Watching President Putin's Inauguration Closely
  • Rebel Forces in Sierra Leone March Toward Capital
  • What Normalizing Trade Relations with China Could Mean for U.S. Economy and China
  • Fragile Peace Process in Sierra Leone in Serious Danger of Collapse
  • May 05, 2000

  • Rebels in Sierra Leone Holding More Than 300 U.N. Peacekeepers Hostage
  • Water Reserve Levels Plunge in San Antonio
  • Israel Warns That Syria Could Face Retaliation if Hezbollah Continues Attacks
  • `Iloveyou' Computer Virus Continuing Its Worldwide Assault
  • May 04, 2000

  • Kent State Anniversary: Vietnam Protesters Look Back 30 Years After National Guardsmen Opened Fire on Them
  • Pan Am Flight 103: Lockerbie Witnesses Share Horrific Accounts of the Crash
  • FBI's Eviction of Bombing Range Protesters on Puerto Rican Island of Vieques Goes Smoothly
  • Scrap Metal in Russia is Prime Target For Thieves
  • Hezbollah Guerrillas Launch Rocket Attack Into Northern Israel as Israel Prepares to Withdraw From Lebanon
  • May 03, 2000

  • Spokesman Says New York's Cardinal O'Connor `at the Hour of His Death'
  • Rebels Kill Seven U.N. Peacekeepers in Sierra Leone
  • 11 Years After Pan Am 103 Bombing Two Suspects Facing Charges
  • State Department Still Looking For Answers in Missing Laptop Investigation
  • May 02, 2000

  • Minority-Owned Business Hoping to Find Fair Play on the Net
  • President Clinton Urging Passage of China Trade Legislation
  • Protesters on Vieques Prepare for to Be Arrested
  • May 01, 2000

  • Concessions to Palestinians by Barak Cause Dissension Within Israeli Government
  • CNN 20: Jeff Flock Hurricane Coverage
  • Mortar Fire in N.W. Tehran Injures Several; Iranian Jew Confesses to Spying for Israel
  • Looted Treasure? Chinese Government Protests Sale of Antiques by Christie's
  • U.S. Warships Move into Waters off Vieques
  • Terrorist Threats: New Players Shift the Spotlight from the Middle East
  • April 30, 2000

  • Thousands March in Washington for Gay and Lesbian Rights
  • 'Al-Hayat' Correspondent Talks About Middle East Peace Prospects
  • Gen. Nguyen Cao Ky Reflects on the Fall of South Vietnam
  • President Clinton Proposes New Legislation to Insure Consumer Privacy
  • Africa Faces Serious Challenges in Battling AIDS Epidemic
  • April 29, 2000

  • This Week's Killing Spree in Pennsylvania Has Many Asking Why
  • In Throes of Severe Food Shortage, Struggle for Survival in Ethiopia
  • Several Modern-Day Explorers Insist Plenty of Discoveries Yet to Be Made
  • Vietnam Marks 25th Anniversary of End of 'American War'
  • Gore Comparing Bush's Record to His
  • Massive Show of Public Outrage by Cuban-Americans in Miami
  • Ceremonies in Vietnam Marking 25 Anniversary of Fall of Saigon
  • New Guidelines Developed to Help Migraine Sufferers
  • Opposition Group in Malaysia Finds Way to Get Word Out and Get Around Press Restrictions
  • Mayor Giuliani Reassures Republicans Campaign Still on Track
  • Clinton Administration Intensifying Role in Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations
  • Cuban-Americans Peacefully Protests Seizure of Elian
  • April 28, 2000

  • Students Learning About Vietnam From Vets
  • Visit with Grieving Family of Victim of Violence in Zimbabwe
  • Iran Hardliners Continuing Crackdown on News Media
  • INS Officer in Charge Defends Raid that Retrieved Elian Gonzalez
  • Government Lays Out Plan for Breakup of Microsoft
  • April 27, 2000

  • 25 Years After Vietnam War, Land Mines Still Claiming Victims
  • Efforts to Reach New Nuclear Disarmament Agreements Latest Point of Friction Between Russia and U.S.
  • Court Rejects Notion by Juan Miguel Gonzalez; Castro Speaks Out Strongly on Gonzalez Case
  • April 26, 2000

  • Vietnam War: Remembering Vietnamese Buddhist Monk Who Became Martyr
  • Air Force Releases Cockpit Tapes of F-16 Pilot Shot Down Over Yugoslavia During Kosovo War
  • Zimbabwe's Tobacco Crops Are Typical of What's Fueling Land Crisis
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Father Files Court Motion Saying He's Only One Who Can Speak For His Son
  • Antibiotic-Resistant Infectious Diseases Growing More and More
  • April 25, 2000

  • Memorial Service Held For White Farmer Killed in Zimbabwe Land Crisis
  • Russia Becomes More Aggressive Regarding Arms-Control Initiatives
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Reno Defends INS Raid on Capitol Hill; Miami's Cuban-Americans Hold Work Stoppage
  • April 24, 2000

  • International Aid Reaching Drought-Stricken Ethiopia Doesn't Meet Most Immediate Needs
  • U.N. Holds Conference on Nuclear Disarmament; U.S. Missile Defense Plan Causes Controversy
  • U.S. Plans to Clear Protesters of Navy Bombing Site From Puerto Rican Island of Vieques
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Debate Rages Over INS Seizure of Elian; Will U.S.-Cuba Relations Thaw if Elian Goes Home?; Elian is Known Worldwide
  • April 23, 2000

  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Easter Sunday Restores Calm to Little Havana Day After Government Seizes 6-Year-Old
  • What Happens to Outdated, Slow Computers?
  • Study Shows Kids Left Unattended After School May Get Into More Trouble
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Elian Spends Easter With His Dad on Andrews Air Force Base; Little Havana Goes From Chaotic to Somber
  • Jordan's King Abdullah II Travels to Israel and Promotes Peace Among Middle East Neighbors
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Democrats and Republicans Start Playing Blame Game; Will U.S.-Cuba Relations Thaw After Elian's Return?
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Little Havana Much Quieter on Easter Sunday, One Day After INS Agents Seize Elian
  • April 22, 2000

  • Elian Gonzalez Case: How Will Elian Cope With Mother's Death and Transition to Cuba?
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: Tensions Ease in Little Havana; Cuba Remains Calm After Reunification of Father and Son
  • April 21, 2000

  • Hanoi Prepares to Mark 25 Years Since End of Vietnam War
  • Farmers in Zimbabwe Continue to Fear for Safety
  • Duma Passes Test Ban Treaty; Putin Taking Active Role in Lobbying Duma
  • Negotiations Stalled Between Elian Gonzalez's Miami Relatives and DOJ Officials
  • April 20, 2000

  • English Soccer Team Hosts Match Against Turkish Team After Two Fans Stabbed Two Weeks Ago
  • Columbine Marks One Year Anniversary of Shootings
  • Arafat Visits White House as Deadline for Peace Framework Approaches
  • Land Dispute in Zimbabwe Erupts Into More Violence; U.S. Steps up Pressure on President Mugabe to End Conflict
  • Elian Gonzalez Custody Case: Elian's Father, Juan Miguel, Issues Passionate Plea to American People
  • April 19, 2000

  • Leaders of Farmers, Independence War Veterans Meet in Zimbabwe
  • Federal Court Orders Elian Gonzalez to Remain in U.S. for Now
  • April 18, 2000

  • Gunmen Kills Two, Wounds Six in Michigan
  • Muslim Fundamentalism, Terrorism Spreading in Central Asia
  • Mood Is Subdued Among Protests in Miami
  • Israel's Supreme Court Will Hear Appeal Against the Release of Lebanese Detainees
  • War Veterans Kill White Farmer in Zimbabwe; Mugabe Encourages Violence
  • April 17, 2000

  • Protest Leader Njoki Njoroge Njehu Explains the Opposition to the World Bank and IMF
  • Protests Fail to Shut Down IMF, World Bank Meetings
  • Markets Gain After Friday's Plunge
  • April 16, 2000

  • Internet Casts Web Around China
  • Russian President-Elect Vladimir Putin Visits Britain
  • Investors Worrying About the Week Ahead for Their Portfolios
  • International Inventors Gather in Geneva For Annual Convention
  • Famine Spreading in Ethiopia
  • Study Examines Safety of 737 Jet
  • Protesters Converge on Washington, D.C., Site of World Bank and IMF Meetings
  • Siberian Rehab Clinic Uses Handcuffs to Get Their Point Across
  • Zbigniew Brzezinski Discusses the Impact of START II
  • Juan Miguel Gonzalez, Government Growing Impatient With Miami Relatives of Elian Gonzalez
  • Police and Protesters Battle for Control of Washington
  • April 15, 2000

  • People's Park, a 1960s-Era Rallying Site, Sparking New Passions
  • Clinton Creates National Monument to Protect World's Oldest and Largest Trees
  • Washington D.C., Site of IMF and World Bank Protests, Heating Up
  • Trafficking of Ivory Focus of Gathering in Nairobi, Kenya
  • U.S. Concerned About China-Israel Alliance
  • Gore Campaigns for Southern California's Support
  • Tense Showdown Between Police and Protesters in D.C., Site of IMF and World Bank Meetings
  • More Travelers Using Internet to Plan and Book Travel
  • Demand for Organs Far Outweighs Supply
  • Ethiopia Asks for International Aid Before Severe Drought Develops into Famine
  • Fate of Elian Gonzalez in Hands of Federal Court this Weekend
  • D.C. Officials Working to Ensure This Year's Meeting of Trade Ministers Not Marred by Violence
  • April 14, 2000

  • U.S. State Department Imposes Sanctions on North Korea and Iran for Trading Missile Systems
  • Anticipation Begins in Washington for Protests of IMF and World Bank Meeting
  • New Japanese Prime Minister Talks About Hope for Ailing Economy and Relations With North Korea
  • Famine Threat in Ethiopia Worsening
  • Elian Gonzalez Case Out of Streets and Back in Legal Arena
  • Russian Lawmakers Ratify Start II Treaty
  • April 13, 2000

  • Chicago School Looks to Other Countries to Find Qualified Teachers
  • Peru's President Alberto Fujimori Faces Run-Off in Presidential Election
  • Miami Relatives of Elian Defy Government Deadline, Seeking Federal Appeals Court Injunction Instead
  • April 12, 2000

  • Former U.N. Ambassador Writes Book About Best Places to Sleep in United Nations
  • Drought Causing Famine Conditions in Ethiopia
  • Election Monitors Complain of Voting Irregularities and Fraud in Peruvian Election
  • Attorney General Arrives in Miami to Meet With Miami Relatives of Elian Gonzalez
  • April 11, 2000

  • China Lashes Out at Taiwan's Vice President-Elect
  • President Clinton Meets With Israeli Prime Minister Barak to Prod Middle East Peace Process Forward
  • Election Monitors and Opposition Leaders Question Legitimacy of Peru's Presidential Elections
  • Miami Relatives of Elian Gonzalez Await DOJ Letter
  • President Clinton Set to Meet With Israeli Prime Minister
  • Colombian President Looks to U.S. Congress For Support of Massive Aid Package
  • Police in Zimbabwe Ignoring Squatters on Land Owned by Whites
  • Elian Gonzalez Custody Case: Janet Reno Planning to Travel to Miami, Work Out Peaceful Transfer of Elian to His Father
  • April 10, 2000

  • Israeli Pullout From South Lebanon Could Leave Security Vacuum
  • U.N. Honors Diplomats Who Helped Jews Escape Europe During WWII
  • U.S. Government Preparing to Reunite Elian Gonzalez With His Father
  • Elian Gonzalez Custody Case: Miami Relatives Conclude Meeting With Mental Health Experts
  • North and South Korea Agree to Hold Summit Talks
  • April 09, 2000

  • Bill Gates Tries to Look Beyond Antitrust Ruling Against Microsoft
  • Beverly Hills Puts a New Twist on Pawnbroking
  • U.S. Military Officials Prepare to Investigate Aircraft Crash That Killed 19 Marines
  • Korean Artist's Video Art Featured at Guggenheim
  • Exit Polls Show Tight Race in Peruvian Presidential Election
  • Protesters Converge on Nation's Capital Before Upcoming World Bank and IMF Meetings
  • Plastic Chip Technology Sets Speed Record for Electric-to- Optical Signal Conversion
  • Military Begins Investigation of Helicopter Crash
  • Eduard Shevardnadze Wins Easily in Georgian Elections
  • Plans Go Forward to Reunite Elian Gonzalez With His Father
  • Streets of Rome Traffic-Free for Earth Day
  • Columbine Altered Cosmetically Changes, But Many Hope for Permanent Changes
  • Investigators Search for Cause of Military Air Crash
  • Controversy Surrounds Peruvian Election
  • Juan Miguel Gonzalez Preparing for Reunion With Elian; Miami Protesters' Tension Turns to Resignation
  • April 08, 2000

  • New Rochelle Attempts to Force Out Homeowners to Make Room for IKEA
  • Family Members of Columbine Victims Raise Money for HOPE
  • Violent Protests Lead to State of Emergency in Bolivia
  • Airport Body Scans Have Some Hot Under the Collar
  • Suspicions of Fraud Could Mar Peruvian Elections
  • One Dead in Protests Over Water Prices in Bolivia
  • Protests Wane as Reality of Elian Gonzalez's Departure Sets in
  • Rumpus, a Small Toy Company, is Playing with a High-Tech Idea
  • New Report from National Academy of Sciences Causing a Lot of Debate About Genetically Altered Foods
  • President Clinton Trying Again to Reenergize Middle East Peace Talks
  • Four-Month-Old Elian Gonzalez Custody Battle Appears Near End
  • April 07, 2000

  • U.S. Government Prepares to Return Elian Gonzalez to His Father
  • April 06, 2000

  • Elian Gonzalez Custody Case: Talks Break Down Over Miami Relatives Surrendering Elian to His Father; Father Set to Meet With Janet Reno
  • NATO Secretary General George Robertson Discusses Rebuilding Efforts in Kosovo
  • Celera Genomics Takes Significant Step Toward Mapping Human Genome
  • Elian Gonzalez's Father Arrives in U.S.; Talks Between Elian's Attorneys and U.S. Government Break Off
  • April 02, 2000

  • Breakdown of Antitrust Settlement Talks Between Microsoft and Government May Hit Markets Hard
  • China's Leaders Fear One-Child Policy Is Leading to Undesirable Characteristics in Youth
  • Negotiations Between Microsoft and Government Collapse; Both Sides Await Judge's Ruling
  • African and European Union Nations Prepare For Unprecedented Summit
  • Window of Opportunity for Israeli-Syrian Peace Deal Closing
  • U.N.'s High Commissioner For Human Rights Takes Abbreviated Tour of Chechnya
  • Ugandans Mourn Loss of Those Killed in Cult Murders, While Police Continue to Investigate
  • April 01, 2000

  • Nascar Jackets Making Loud Fashion Statement
  • Microsoft Antitrust Talks End With No Agreement
  • Boys and Girls Across U.S. Going Wild Over 'Boy Crazy Cards'
  • Fewer Women These Days Calling Themselves Feminists
  • Microsoft Antitrust Case Heading Back to Court
  • Rift Between South African President and Some South Africans Over How to Treat Pregnant Women with AIDS
  • Representatives of African and European Nations to Gather for Goodwill Summit
  • Gore's Position on Gonzalez Case Not First Time He Has Split with Clinton
  • Elian Gonzalez Case Heating Up on All Sides
  • March 31, 2000

  • Switch to Daylight Savings Time Causing Political Controversy in Mexico
  • Italians Not Happy About New Helmet Law
  • Chinese and EU Negotiators Fail to Reach WTO Agreement
  • Elian's Father's Trip to U.S. May Be in Jeopardy
  • March 30, 2000

  • Friday is Decision Day for Tens of Thousands of East Timor Refugees
  • Protests, Strikes and Calls for Statehood Mark Bitter Land Day Anniversary for Palestinians and Arab Israelis
  • New Developments in Ugandan Cult Killings
  • March 29, 2000

  • Problems at State-Owned Nuclear Facility in Britain Could Threaten Business with London's Global Partners
  • President Clinton Addresses Range of International Issues in News Conference
  • Eighty-One More Bodies Discovered in Uganda
  • Immigration Service and Miami Relatives of Elian Gonzalez Battling Over Boy's Future
  • March 28, 2000

  • Former Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu May Be Facing Criminal Trial
  • Elian Gonzalez's Miami Relatives Won't Sign Agreement to Hand Over Elian if They Lose in Court
  • Two Days After Failed U.S.-Syrian Summit, President Clinton Meets with Egyptian President
  • OPEC Members Remain Split on Increased Oil Production
  • Zimbabwe War Veterans Look to Seize White-Owned Farmland
  • Marathon Meeting of OPEC Oil Ministers Has Ended
  • March 27, 2000

  • Relatives of Bloody Sunday Victims Look For Answers From British Government
  • CNN 20: FDA Approves Viagra, March 27,1998
  • Lawyers For Elian Gonzalez's Miami Relatives and Justice Department Can't Agree on Speedy Appeals Process
  • OPEC Oil Ministers Work Toward Compromise on Oil Output
  • Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak Discusses Middle East Peace Process
  • Vladimir Putin Wins Russia's Presidential Elections Easily; Washington Takes Wait-and-See Attitude Toward Putin's Political Agenda
  • March 26, 2000

  • Meeting Between President Clinton and Syrian President Assad Provides No Hope For Jump Starting Israeli-Syrian Peace Talks
  • Gasoline Prices Continue to be Burden on U.S. Drivers
  • OPEC Considering Increasing Oil Production
  • Latest Results Show Acting Russian President Vladimir Putin With Strong Lead in Presidential Elections
  • U.S. Gas Prices Continue to Rise; San Francisco Paying Most at the Pump
  • Washington Keeps Watch as Acting Russian President Vladimir Putin Appears Headed Toward Victory in Presidential Elections
  • March 25, 2000

  • Last-Minute Preparations Under Way for Academy Awards Presentation
  • African-American Catholics Look for a Saint of Their Own
  • Clinton to Meet With Syrian President Hafez Al-Assad Sunday
  • New Russian President Faces Daunting Tasks
  • Sunday is Oscar Night in Hollywood
  • State Department Officials Travel to Libya to Assess American Safety
  • Pope John Paul II Holy Land Pilgrimage Focuses on Healing Centuries Old Religious Strife
  • Comparison of Acting Russian President Putin's Appeal with Russian Czar Peter the Great
  • British Explorer Attempts to Become First to Soar to North Pole in Hot Air Balloon
  • Hollywood Getting Ready on Eve of Oscars
  • Clinton Ends South Asian Trip with Visit to Pakistan, India's Rival
  • Pakistan Was One of Last Stops On Clinton's South Asia Trip
  • Russian Elections: Voters Have Begun Casting Their Ballots
  • March 24, 2000

  • Clinton, Assad to Meet Sunday To Discuss Israeli-Syrian Peace Talks
  • Discussion with Yugoslavia Gunner Whose Job It Was to Shoot Down NATO Planes
  • Defense Department Report Say Anti-Homosexual Harassment Commonplace in Military
  • Pakistan to Appeal to Clinton to Ease U.S. Sanctions
  • Russia Prepares for Sunday's Elections; Travel Banned in Chechnya Chechens Until After Vote
  • March 23, 2000

  • U.S. Looks to Combat Tragedy of Abandoned Babies
  • NATO Peacekeepers Face Uphill Battle in Kosovo
  • Russia Prepares For Upcoming Elections; Acting President Putin Expected to Win Easily
  • India and Pakistan Remain Divided Over Kashmir
  • March 21, 2000

  • Supreme Court Rejects Political Asylum Claim on Elian Gonzalez's Behalf
  • U.S. State Department Takes Step Toward Normalizing Diplomatic Relations With Libya
  • Mayor Giuliani Denounces Work of Art Insinuating He Has Views Reminiscent of Nazis
  • Refugee Crisis From Russia's War in Chechnya Gets Steadily Worse
  • Israeli Officials Remind Pope of Differences Over Jerusalem
  • March 20, 2000

  • Police Continue to Investigate Burning of Over 300 Ugandan Cult Members
  • Nuclear Tensions Increase Between World's Newest Nuclear Powers and the U.S.
  • March 19, 2000

  • American Billionaire Starting up Free Internet University
  • Authorities Simulate Final Minutes of Waco to Determine if FBI Fired on Davidian Compound
  • Peacekeepers Trying to Deter Growing Violence Between Ethnic Albanians and Serbs in Kosovo
  • Taiwanese Officials Call for Calm Before Opening of Stock Market
  • Bangladesh Hopes Clinton's Visit Will Pave the Way for American Investment
  • Police Suspect Murder-Suicide in Deaths of Ugandan Cult Members
  • March 18, 2000

  • Girl Who Integrated Boys' Little League Gets Delayed Recognition
  • Giuliani Heads Upstate for Campaign Swing Through Syracuse
  • Government to Conduct Tests That May Provide Answers to 1993 Branch Davidian Standoff
  • Milosevic Cuts Power to Major Opposition Radio Station
  • Israelis, Jordanians and Palestinians Preparing for Pope's Historic Visit to Jerusalem
  • International Affairs Analyst on Clinton's Historic Trip to South Asia
  • March 17, 2000

  • Catholics Granted Corned Beef Dispensation in Detroit
  • President Clinton Hopes to Jump Start Northern Ireland Peace Effort
  • Taiwan Election Results Could Incite Military Action from China
  • Many Fear India-Pakistan Tensions Could Again Spin Out of Control Over Kashmir
  • U.S. Eases Trade Sanctions on Iran
  • March 16, 2000

  • Billionaire Richard Branson Pitches in With British Defense Ministry to Make Clearing Land Mines Safer
  • U.S. Warns China to Lower Hostile Rhetoric Toward Taiwan About Upcoming Elections
  • Intensive Security Preparations Under Way for Pope's Visit to Holy Land
  • Hajj Completed With Plea to Faithful to Shun Western Ways
  • Congressional Committee Examines Question of Airline Security
  • Dow Climbs 499 in Record-Breaking Day; Nasdaq Rebounds From Correction
  • March 15, 2000

  • Coast Guard Now Packing a Deadly Punch
  • Hate Groups in U.S. Appear to be Merging Together
  • Satellite Images of Pakistan's Nuclear Arsenal Made Public
  • U.S. Plans to Extradite Rwandan Pastor Accused of Genocide
  • State Department Spokesman Calls for Cooperation From Kosovar- Albanian Leaders
  • March 14, 2000

  • Enterprising Student Sending Textbooks to Uganda
  • FBI's `10 Most Wanted' List Turns 50
  • U.S. Indicates It May Loosen Ban on Exports from Iran
  • China Warning U.S. Not to Sell Weapons to Taiwan
  • Cohen Goes on Landmark Visit to Vietnam
  • What's at Stake in Race to Decipher Human Genome
  • March 13, 2000

  • Russia Caprtures Top Chechen Rebel Leader
  • Millions of Muslims Gather in Mecca to Await Start of the Hajj
  • Despite Modest Means, New York Taxi Driver Funds School in India
  • The Hague Tries Bosnian Serb General on Charges of Genocide in 1995 Srebrenica Massacre
  • Florida Citrus Growers Losing Battle Against Deadly Bacteria
  • Defense Secretary Cohen Arrives in Vietnam
  • March 12, 2000

  • Internet Revolution Comes to South Korea
  • New Study Shows Promising Signs Concerning Angiogenesis
  • Gore Takes His Presidential Campaign to Texas
  • Neo-Nazi Demonstration in Berlin Marks Anniversary of Hitler's March on Austria
  • Scientists Hope Preserved Wooly Mammoth Can Provide Clues to Animal's Extinction
  • Presidential Candidates Battle Over Campaign Finance Reform
  • Lucrative NCAA TV Deal Has College Athletes Asking for a Piece of the Pie
  • Pope John Paul II Makes Plea For Forgiveness of Past Wrongs Committed by Catholic Church
  • March 11, 2000

  • 16-Year-Old Becomes Second to Die in Savannah High School Shootings
  • With Nomination All But Wrapped Up, Gore Continues to Hit Campaign Trail
  • A Prison Program Aimed at Helping Young Men Turn Their Lives Around
  • In Infancy, Online Voting Already Has Strong Support in Concern
  • In Chile, First Socialist Leader in Nearly Three Decades Sworn In
  • Project Hope Aims to Help California's Homeless
  • Arab Leaders Unite in Condemning Israel for Latest Attacks in Southern Lebanon
  • British Prime Minister Meets With Acting Russian President Putin
  • Ukraine Coal Mine Blast Kills 80
  • March 10, 2000

  • Authorities Search Home of Doctor Who Killed Himself for Hazardous Materials
  • International Relief Teams Trying to Prevent Widespread Starvation and Disease in Flood-Ravaged Mozambique
  • German Government Taking Hard Look at 'Big Brother' TV Show
  • Beijing Threatens Force if Taiwan Refuses to Discuss Reunification
  • March 09, 2000

  • Justice Department Attorneys Argue Elian Gonzalez's Miami Relatives Can't Challenge INS Ruling; Castro Steps Up Criticism of U.S.
  • Palestinian and Israeli Negotiators Agree on Handover of West Bank; Prime Minister Barak Looks to Seize Initiative in Peace Process
  • Year 2000 Census Offers Controversial Option for Defining Ancestry
  • House Appropriations Committee Considers $1.6 Billion Anti-Drug Aid Package for Colombia
  • March 08, 2000

  • International Aid Workers Struggle to Reunite Families Separated by Flooding in Mozambique
  • Israeli, Palestinian Leaders Agree to Restart Peace Process
  • Chinese President Reiterates Military Option If Taiwan Declares Independence
  • Rare Train Derailment in Japan Kills Four, Injures 33
  • Super Tuesday Victories by Al Gore and George W. Bush Likely to End Candidacies of Bill Bradley and John McCain
  • President Clinton Asks Congress to Pass China Trade Agreement as U.S. Intelligence Officials Report Stepped-Up Spying by China, Russia
  • March 06, 2000

  • Russian Military Announces Change in Tactics as Chechen Rebels Continue to Inflict Causalities
  • PlayStation2 Debut Puts Japan in Grip of Videogame Fever
  • Some U.S. Leaders Calling for Statutory Commitment to Defend Taiwan Against China
  • Three N.Y. Police Officers Found Guilty of Cover-Up in Abner Louima Case
  • International Community Steps Up Aid to Mozambique Amid Criticisms of Foot-Dragging
  • March 05, 2000

  • Mardi Gras Revelers Are Baring it All
  • New Tools Available For Tough and Often Gruesome Job of Forensic Science
  • Bush Concentrates Efforts in California
  • Chinese Premier Launches People's Congress With Speech Warning Against Corruption, Taiwanese Independence
  • McCain Urges Voters to Think of November Before Casting Super Tuesday Ballots
  • Bradley Predicts Surprise on Super Tuesday
  • Flood Waters Recede in Mozambique But Suffering Continues
  • Exhibit in New York Offers Unique Perspective of Japan
  • President Clinton Commemorates `Bloody Sunday'
  • U.S. Law Enforcement Coming Under Fire For Racial Profiling
  • New York Senatorial Candidate Hillary Clinton Makes Diallo Case a Campaign Issue
  • Israeli Cabinet Votes to Withdraw Troops From Lebanon
  • March 04, 2000

  • Environmentalists Say Revival of Chesapeake Bay Depends on Replenishing Oyster Population
  • Pinochet Returns Home to Protests
  • Top Surfers Compete in Men Who Ride Mountains Competition
  • Despite Big Lead, Gore Continues Vigorous Campaign
  • Marchers Rally at Alabama's Capital to Demand Respect for Cultural Rights
  • Another Day of Amazing Mozambican Rescues Highlights Resilient, Courageous People
  • Wireless World: The New Internet-Ready Cellular Phones are Here
  • Election 2000: Republican Contenders Do Battle Over Ad Campaign Sponsored by Bush Friends
  • President Clinton Places Blame for Congressional Gun-Control Logjam on NRA
  • Bell: Tragic Floods in Mozambique 'an Enormous Setback'
  • March 03, 2000

  • British Museums and Galleries Seek to Return Art Looted by Nazis Back to Original Owners
  • Lysteria Outbreak Leaves French Concerned About Safety of Food
  • Chechen Rebels Ambush Elite Russian Police Unit
  • Environmentalists Cheer Mexico's Decision to Halt Salt Mine Project
  • General Augusto Pinochet Receives Hero's Welcome in Chile, But His Opponents Still Seek Justice
  • Many Aid Officials in Flood-Ravaged Mozambique Fear International Community is Acting Too Late
  • March 02, 2000

  • Chile Has Mixed Reaction to Release of Gen. Augusto Pinochet
  • Coral Reefs Suffering from Overexposure
  • After Deadly Shootings in Michigan and Pennsylvania, President Clinton Calls For Tougher Gun-Control Legislation
  • U.S. Promises Aid to Flood-Ravaged Mozambique
  • Pre-Dawn Raid by Anti-Terrorist Forces in Israel Erupts in Gunfire
  • Prosecutors Link Uncle to Gun 6-Year-Old Michigan Boy Used to Shoot Classmate
  • March 01, 2000

  • Questions Remain Over New U.N. Chief Weapons Inspector Hans Blix
  • King Edward VIII Papers Made Public
  • Iraq Reacting Strongly to U.S. Government Claims It Neglects Citizens
  • Mexico Attempts to Control Its Powerful Drug Trade
  • U.S. Will Provide Troops to Assist in Flood-Ravaged Mozambique
  • Tensions Increase Between China and Taiwan; Taiwan Reportedly Interested in U.S. Missile Destroyers
  • Two Dead, Three Critically Wounding in Pennsylvania Shooting
  • February 29, 2000

  • In South Korea, Police Chief Determined to Root Out Underage Prostitution
  • International Concern About Freedom Party's Role in Austria's Coalition Government
  • U.S. Says Saddam Hussein Benefiting From Illegal Oil Sales
  • Pentagon and NATO Commanders Divided Over Recent Shift of U.S. Troops in Kosovo
  • American-Chinese Military Leaders Meet to Talk About China- Taiwan Dispute
  • Michigan Police Question 6-Year-Old Boy Suspected of Killing Elementary School Classmate
  • February 28, 2000

  • U.S. Ambassador to China Discusses New Development in Relations Between China and Taiwan
  • Canada Declines to Renew Visa of Alleged Cuban Spy
  • What It Would Take for Justice Department to Get Involved in Diallo Case
  • Despite Charges of Eavesdropping on Ordinary Americans, NSA Says It's Breaking No Laws
  • February 27, 2000

  • George W. Bush's Visit to Bob Jones University Continues to Stir up Controversy
  • Slumping Dow Offers Great Buying Opportunities
  • Expelled Cuban Diplomat Plans to Stay in Canada Indefinitely
  • Gas Prices Soar to Unprecedented Rates
  • Dot.Coms bring Marketplace to the Computer Screen
  • Demonstrators Protest at United Nations Over Verdict in Diallo Shooting Trial
  • Death Penalty Facing Renewed Scrutiny in U.S.
  • Floods Strand Thousands Across Mozambique
  • Despite Fighting, Israel Still Eying July Withdrawal From S. Lebanon
  • Baltimore Woman Creates 'Blacks in Wax' Museum
  • Corruption Allegations Cost Germany's CDU Party at Polls
  • Cuban Espionage Suspect is Taken to Canada Before Expected Extradition; Cuba Says Spy Case is Ploy to Delay Return of Elian Gonzalez
  • February 26, 2000

  • British Veterans Demand Inquiry into Gulf War Syndrome
  • State GOP Gun Raffle Draws Fire From Opponents
  • McCain Campaign Sweeps Through Buckeye State
  • Demonstrators Protest Not Guilty Verdicts in New York
  • FBI Forcibly Expels Cuban Diplomat
  • Father of Amadou Diallo Discusses Not-Guilty Verdicts
  • Cuban Diplomat Gives Up Diplomatic Immunity and Wants to Remain in States to Makes His Case
  • Atrial Fibrillation Fairly Common and Easily Treated
  • Egyptian Ambassador to U.N. Discusses Pope's Visit to Egypt
  • Peaceful Outrage in New York City Over Acquittal in Diallo Killing
  • Cuban Diplomat Remains in U.S. After Expulsion Order
  • February 24, 2000

  • Study Looks at Why U.S. Has High Rates of STDs and Pregnancy Among Teens
  • Clinton Urges Lawmakers to Support China's Entry Into WTO
  • Administration Hopes Reformist Victory Means Better Relations with Iran
  • U.N. Security Council Approves Plan to Send Military Force to Congo
  • Betty Lou Beets Awaits Execution in Texas
  • February 23, 2000

  • Beijing's Threats Against Taiwan Endangering Trade Relations
  • McCain and Bush Looking Forward to Next Primaries in Hotly Contested GOP Presidential Battle
  • East Timor Takes a Step Closer to Nationhood
  • Labor Unions Look to Help Undocumented Workers
  • Pope John Paul II Prepares For Visit to Egypt
  • NATO Makes Appeal for More Peacekeepers
  • February 22, 2000

  • Senate Intelligence Committee Scrutinizes Former CIA Director John Deutch's Handling of Classified Information
  • Space Shuttle Endeavour Lands in Florida
  • While Russians Commemorate War Dead, Chechen Rebels Fight for Independence
  • Jurors in Amadou Diallo Case Hear Closing Arguments
  • President Clinton Makes Appeal for Peace in Burundi
  • U.S. State Department Expresses Grave Concern About China's Threats Toward Taiwan
  • February 21, 2000

  • America Remembers 'Peanuts' Cartoonist Charles Schulz
  • Nelson Mandela Chairs Burundi Peace Summit
  • Ahmed Shah Massoud Resisting Taleban's Effort to Consolidate Power in Afghanistan
  • U.S. Special Envoy Travels to Middle East in Hopes of Restarting Peace Process
  • Clinton Administration Divided Over Inclusion of Pakistan During President Clinton's South Asia Trip
  • KFOR Imposes Curfew in Mitrovica After Violent Protests
  • February 20, 2000

  • Study Shows Thalamic Stimulation Gives Better Results Than Thalamotomy in Treatment of Essential Tremor
  • Chinese Trying to Introduce Creative Thinking Into Education
  • George W. Bush Tries to Carry S. Carolina Momentum Into Michigan
  • Teachers and Parents Leery of Indian Textbooks Which Seem to be Preaching Hindu Nationalist Message
  • Al Gore, Hillary Clinton Hold First Joint Campaign Appearance
  • McCain Faces Political Turmoil in Arizona
  • New Zealand Wins Race One of America's Cup
  • Russia Mourns Loss of Soviet-Era Reformer Anatoly Sobchak
  • John McCain Fighting for Reformer Title in Michigan
  • February 19, 2000

  • U.S. Government Releases New and Improved Dollar Coin
  • Internet Providing Opportunity For Indie Filmmakers
  • U.S. Officials Expel Cuban Diplomat From United States
  • Italy and New Zealand Get Ready to Set Sail in Race One of America's Cup
  • South Carolina Primary: High Voter Turnout Could Swing Primary in McCain's Favor; Candidates Hope to Gain Momentum in South Carolina
  • February 18, 2000

  • Defending Champ New Zealand Faces Challenger Italy in America's Cup
  • U.S. Military Investigators Hold Pretrial into Murder of 11- Year-Old Ethnic Albanian Girl
  • If Checnhya Conflict Drags on, President Putin Could Be Hurt in Elections
  • Organized Labor Promises to Fight China's Entry into WTO
  • Iranian Elections Could Pave Way for More Liberal Policies
  • February 17, 2000

  • Slobodan Milosevic Celebrates 10 Years in Power
  • Military's Anthrax Vaccination Program Comes Under Fire
  • Clinton Kicks Off Africa Summit in Washington
  • Anti-American Protests Erupt in Lebanon
  • February 16, 2000

  • Efforts to Tighten Security at U.S. Nuclear Labs Running Into Problems
  • Oil Raising Stakes in Sudan's 17-Year Old Civil War
  • NATO's Secretary-General and Russian Acting President Meet in Moscow
  • President Says Peace in Northern Ireland Still Possible Despite Recent Setbacks
  • While U.S. Virtually Has Cut Off Arms Sales to Africa, Other Nations Fill Gap
  • Prime Ministers From Ireland and UK Attempting to End Impasse in Northern Ireland Peace Process
  • February 15, 2000

  • Filmmaker Seeks to Educate People About Horrific Rwanda Genocide
  • Clinton Administration Asks Congress For Money to Help Colombia Battle Soaring Drug Production
  • Tisza River in Hungary Contaminated With Dangerous Concentrations of Heavy Metals
  • Wisconsin Town Sees Supermax Prison as Super Business
  • Georgia Picks up Pieces After Deadly Tornadoes
  • IRA Ends Discussion of Disarmament; N. Ireland's Political Figures Face Familiar Roadblock
  • February 14, 2000

  • Residents of S. Lebanon Village Live Life on the Frontline
  • Irish and British Political Leaders Work to Restore Self Rule to N. Ireland
  • Protesting Students in Mexico Trade Barricades for Books
  • Jordanians Protest Law Protecting Men Who Commit `Honor Killings'
  • Georgia Attempts to Recover From Deadly Tornadoes
  • February 13, 2000

  • Diabetes Patients Face Grueling Routine
  • Iraq Marks Ninth Anniversary of Bombing of Amiriya Bomb Shelter
  • Serbia Says it Will Take Legal Action Over Contamination of Danube River
  • GOP Presidential Candidates Battling in South Carolina
  • South Korea Celebrates Romance En Masse
  • Critics Fear Change to More Forceful Airbags Will Endanger Children
  • Admirers Remember Tom Landry as Man of Few Emotions but Much Dignity
  • Disarmament Remains Divisive Issue in Northern Ireland Peace Process
  • Israelis and Palestinians Fail to Meet Deadline for Tentative Peace Agreement
  • Poll Shows McCain and Bush Tied in South Carolina
  • February 12, 2000

  • Jordan's Retirement Leaves Nike With Shoes that Don't Fit
  • Bradley, Gore Face Off at California Convention; McCain Continues to Make Up Ground in South Carolina
  • Inspectors Find Stabilizer Problems in More Than a Dozen Aircraft
  • Cyanide Spill Poisons Tisza
  • Cyanide Spill Causes Major Ecological Damage in Yugoslavia
  • Legendary Coach Tom Landry Dies at 75
  • Elephants Turn Heads in Downtown Nairobi
  • High-Tech Invades the World of Fitness
  • States Consider Easing Law Barring Felons From Voting
  • Reform Party Delegates Oust National Chairman
  • Investigators Follow Internet Trail to New Victim in Hacker Attack
  • Roadblocks to Peace in Middle East, Northern Ireland Threaten Clinton Legacy
  • Sinn Fein Chairman Mitchel McLaughlin Discusses the Prospects for Peace in Northern Ireland
  • New Jersey Hospital's Policy is No Pay Rather Than Co-Pay
  • February 11, 2000

  • Guided Tour Offers a View From Atop the Sydney Harbor Bridge
  • Hezbollah Threatens Israel's Peace With Syria
  • FBI Prepares to Seize Computers Possibly Used in Hacker Attacks
  • Nelson Mandela Celebrates a Decade of Freedom
  • Britain Suspends Self-Rule in Northern Ireland
  • February 10, 2000

  • Spate of High-Profile Assassinations in Yugoslavia Leaves Many Wondering
  • Eleventh Hour Talks in Ireland to Resolve Impasse as Coalition Government Threatened
  • Afghan Airliner Hijacking Ended Early Thursday
  • Concerns in Seoul About Hacker Attacks Affecting E-Commerce
  • U.S. Government Stepping Up Efforts to Find Cyber-Vandals
  • U.S. Government Orders Mandatory Inspections of More Than a Thousand Passenger Jets
  • February 09, 2000

  • Clinton Administration Working to Head off Collapse of Northern Ireland's Government
  • Lebanon Fighting: Israel Strikes Back Against the Killing of an Israeli Soldier
  • International Community Looks to Apply Diplomatic Pressure to Yugoslav Government
  • State Department Asks Moscow to 'Come Clean' on Status of Radio Liberty Reporter
  • N. Ireland's Protestant Community Won't Fully Commit to Peace Unless IRA Disarms
  • Hacker Attacks: High-Profile Web Sites Brought to a Halt for the Third Consecutive Day
  • February 08, 2000

  • Alaska Airlines Crash: Plane May Have Broken Up Before It Plunged Into Waters
  • Secretary of State Madeleine Albright Talks About Latest Setbacks to Middle East Peace Process
  • Israeli Warplanes Destroy Lebanese Power Plants; Hezbollah Guerrillas Retaliate, Killing Israeli Soldier
  • February 07, 2000

  • British Ambassador to U.S. Discusses Problem of Disarmament Facing Northern Ireland Peace Process
  • Mexican Government Uses Force to Expel Striking Students From University
  • Talks Continue Between British Officials and Hijackers of Afghan Plane
  • February 06, 2000

  • President to Send Budget to Congress on Monday
  • China's New Internet Regulations Worry International Businesses
  • Navy Crews Work to Map Debris Field of Flight 261
  • Hijacked Jet Heads Into Western Europe
  • Disarmament of IRA Continues to Plague Completion of Northern Ireland Peace Process
  • Hillary Clinton Declares for Senate
  • Italian Officials Close City Centers to Traffic in Effort to Reduce Pollution
  • Human Rights Watch Says NATO Caused 500 Civilian Deaths During Kosovo War
  • Hijacked Afghan Airliner Heads Toward Europe After Leaving Moscow
  • Hillary Clinton Makes it Official
  • Student Strike Stopped in Mexico
  • Hillary Clinton Formally Declares Senate Candidacy
  • Afghan Airliner Leaves Moscow, En Route to Western Europe
  • Middle East Peace Process: Hezbollah Guerrillas Strike Israeli Soldiers in Lebanon; Can Fragile Peace Talks Hold Up Under Pressure?
  • February 05, 2000

  • McCain Hits Campaign Trail on Saturday, Focusing on California
  • Alaska Airlines Crash: Victims Memorialized
  • Austrian Government Increasingly Isolated as Result of Opposition to Freedom Party Leader Joerg Haider
  • Gore Soundly Defeats Bradley in Delaware; McCain Leads Bush in South Carolina
  • Friends and Family Pay Tribute to Alaska Airlines Crash Victims
  • Friends and Relatives Say Goodbye at Memorial Services for Alaska Air Flight 261 Victims
  • Peace in Northern Ireland Hits Another Rough Patch
  • A Discussion of How Global Community Should Respond to Joerg Haider in Austria
  • February 04, 2000

  • Russian Troops Leave Grozny Devastated
  • Northern Ireland Peace Process Faces Crucial Disarmament Test
  • Alaska Airlines Crash: Loud Boom Reportedly Heard
  • World Reacts to Austria's New Coalition Government
  • February 03, 2000

  • Recovery Efforts in Crash of Kenya Airways Flight 431 Yield Little So Far
  • Alaska Airlines Crash: Flight Data Recorder Recovered
  • Espionage Investigation Surrounding Russian Listening Device at State Department Reveals Extremely Lax Security
  • Ignoring International Warnings, Austria's President Approves New Coalition Government with Right-Wing Freedom Party
  • N. Ireland Government Faces Collapse Over Disarmament of Paramilitaries
  • February 02, 2000

  • Clinton Promises to Veto Bill That Threatens China Relationship
  • Students Protest Tuition Hike at Mexican University
  • Knesset Holds First Public Debate About Nuclear Policy
  • IRA Failure to Disarm Imperils Northern Ireland's Government
  • Secretary of State Albright, Putin Finally Meet
  • Coast Guard Gives up Hope of Finding Survivors of Monday's Alaska Airlines Crash
  • CIA Director Says Terrorist Networks Are Larger Than Officials Anticipated
  • January 30, 2000

  • Not All Internet Entrepreneurs Attain Instant Success
  • Jury Selection in Diallo Trial Set to Begin Monday
  • Polls Show Races Tightening for Democratic and Republican New Hampshire Primary
  • Grandmothers of Elian Gonzalez Return to Cuba
  • Kenyan Airways Plane Crashes Into Sea; 149 Feared Dead
  • IRA's Refusal to Decommission Threatening Northern Ireland's Government
  • Super Bowl XXXIV Gets Under Way
  • Israeli Prime Minister Discusses Peace Talks With Egypt's President
  • Elian Gonzalez's Grandmothers Return to Cuba
  • January 29, 2000

  • Tennessee Titan Fans Kicking Up Heels in Excitement
  • Bradley Acknowledges Heart Problem Could Lead to Brief Transfer of Power
  • Bill That Would Allow Electronic Signatures Working Its Way Through Congress
  • Clinton Champions Globalization Amid Protests in Davos
  • Protests Over Elian Gonzalez Continue as Grandparents Prepare to Return to Cuba
  • A Look at Democratic Presidential Race in New Hampshire as it Enters Final Days; A Look at Role of Independent Voters
  • For First Time, Government Says Nuclear Workers May Have Been Exposed to Cancer-Causing Radiation and Chemicals
  • Still Time for Turnaround Before New Hampshire Primary
  • Clinton On Way Back to Washington After Addressing World Economic Forum in Davos
  • January 28, 2000

  • Snow Blankets Jerusalem
  • Chechen Rebels Putting up Stiff Resistance to Russians Advancing on Center of Grozny
  • Weapons Decommissioning Issue Threatens Northern Ireland Assembly
  • Elian Gonzalez Case Brings Attention to Plight of Separated Cuban Families
  • U.S. Officials Detain Man Linked to Suspected Terrorist
  • Lack of Resources Plagues U.N. Police Force in Kosovo
  • January 27, 2000

  • Annual World Economic Forum Getting Underway
  • Severe Winter Weather Striking U.S. South
  • Similar Political Styles and Philosophies Solidify Blair- Clinton Friendship
  • Asia Could Pose Tough International Challenges in Clinton's Final Year in Office
  • President Clinton's State of the Union Speech Will Emphasize Need for Stability in Russia and China
  • Elian Gonzalez's Father Pleads for Son's Return
  • January 25, 2000

  • Elian Gonzalez's Grandmothers Appeal for the Boy's Return to Cuba
  • Chechen Conflict: Battle for Control of Grozny Intensifying
  • U.S. Officials: Hijackers of Indian Airlines Jet May Be Affiliated With Radical Kashmiri Nationalist Group
  • Blizzard Blind-Sides U.S. Capital
  • Elian Gonzalez Case: After Failing to Get Together with Boy, Two Grandmothers Spend Tuesday Lobbying Washington
  • January 23, 2000

  • Bush and Gore Maintain Double-Digit Leads Over Their Rivals in Iowa; McCain and Forbes Threaten to Eat Away at Bush's Support in New Hampshire
  • Grandmothers of Elian Gonzalez Prepare to Leave U.S. Without Their Grandson
  • One of Japan's Most Celebrated Twins Dies at 107
  • Bush Prepares For Iowa Caucuses; Forbes Tries to Rattle Bush's Cage
  • Israeli President Ezer Weizman Remains Defiant of Corruption Charges Pending Against Him
  • January 22, 2000

  • Sen. Kerrey Discusses Bill Bradley's Presidential Campaign
  • Bradley and Gore Position Themselves For Iowa Caucuses
  • Convicted Computer Hacker Freed After Five Years in Prison
  • President Clinton Criticizes GOP Presidential Front-Runner George W. Bush's Stance on Abortion
  • Alan Keyes Discusses Monday's Iowa Caucuses and Campaign 2000
  • Forbes Campaign Manager Talks About Upcoming Iowa Caucuses
  • Elian Gonzalez's Grandmothers Meet With Attorney General Janet Reno
  • January 21, 2000

  • Mike Tyson Fever Hits London
  • Vladimir Putin's Rise in Russia Dependent on Use of Force in Chechnya
  • Mired in Scandal, Fmr. German Chancellor Helmut Kohl Faces Uncertain Future
  • Indian Protesters and Army Officers Attempt Coup in Ecuador
  • Elian Gonzalez's Grandparents Make Plea for the Boy's Return to Cuba
  • January 20, 2000

  • German Official Commits Suicide Amid Scandal
  • President Clinton Looks to Continue Israel-Palestinian Peace Process
  • Campaign to Recruit Border Patrol Agents in Southern California a Hard Sell
  • Sen. Jesse Helms Addresses U.N. Security Council, Lashes Out at Fidel Castro
  • In Indonesia, Sectarian Violence Threatens New Democratic Government
  • U.S. Visas Issued to Cuban Refugee Elian Gonzalez's Two Grandmothers
  • January 19, 2000

  • Nelson Mandela Attempting to Bring Peace to Central African Ethnic Tinderbox of Burundi
  • Administration Likely to Pursue National Missile Defense Despite ABM Treaty and Technological Hurdles
  • Jordan Becomes Part Owner of Washington Wizards
  • Followers of Arkan Pay Their Respects to Murdered Warlord at Memorial Service
  • Russian Commanders Say Troops Are Fighting Street to Street for Control of Grozny
  • January 18, 2000

  • President of Cuban National Assembly Calls for Return of Elian Gonzalez
  • Russians Launch New Offensive on Grozny
  • A Look at a Newly Elected Duma Deputy
  • Peace Talks Between Israel and Syria Remain on Hold, but U.S. Officials Urge Optimism
  • UNITA Defectors Say Angolan Rebel Commander Ordered Downing of Two U.N. Aircraft More Than Year Ago
  • Sectarian Violence Destabilizing Indonesia
  • January 17, 2000

  • Britain Sets Tuesday Deadline for Arguments on Dropping Extradition Proceedings Against Pinochet
  • Original Chief of U.N. Weapons Inspection for Iraq Returns to Job
  • U.S. Officials Worry at Signs Iran Is Building Nuclear Bomb
  • Israeli-Syrian Peace Talks Stall
  • January 16, 2000

  • U.S. and Iran Play Soccer Match With Hopes of Improving Diplomacy
  • Guatemalan Government Signals Red Alert After Volcano Eruption
  • Device Helps Blind Man Regain Partial Vision
  • New Study Finds Federal Civil Rights Violations Doubled in 1990s
  • Benetton Featuring Death Row Inmates in Ad Campaign
  • Volcano Erupts in Guatemala
  • Volcano Erupts in Guatemala
  • For Many Cubans, Elian Gonzalez Represents Pain of Broken Families
  • Russians Have New Successes Against Chechens
  • Palestinians Fear Israel is Dragging its Feet in Peace Process
  • Achievements of Martin Luther King Jr. Celebrated Across the Country
  • U.S. Hosts Iranian Soccer Team for Exhibition Match
  • Attorneys Representing Elian Gonzalez's Family in Florida Preparing to File for Asylum Hearing
  • January 15, 2000

  • New Cloning Technique Raises More Ethical Questions
  • Taxes Hot Topic at GOP Debate
  • 100-Year-Old Woman Fulfills Long Awaited Dream
  • Detroit Auto Show Unveils Cards of the Future
  • Zeljko Raznatovic, Serb Leader Indicted For War Crimes, Shot in Belgrade Hotel
  • Clinton Calls for More Civil Rights Spending; Martin Luther King Jr. Nominated for Martyrdom
  • In Cuba, Emotions Grow Stronger Over Elian Gonzalez's Absence
  • Many Countries See American-Dominated Web as Threat to Own Culture
  • This Year's State of the World Report a Mixed Bag
  • January 14, 2000

  • Mexican Pop Singer Maria Trevi Arrested in Brazil
  • U.N. War Crimes Tribunal Convicts Five Croats Involved in Massacre
  • Wounded Child Loses Legs When Russian Soldiers do not Allow him to Leave Chechnya
  • As Deadline Set By INS for Elian Gonzalez' Return Passes, Cuba Responds With Massive Protests led by Cuban Mothers
  • January 13, 2000

  • Despite Positive Reports From Government-Controlled Media, Most Russians Want Ground War in Chechnya Stopped
  • CNN 20: Michael Jordan Retires, January 13, 1999
  • Gay Community Says It's Time to Lift Ban on Homosexual Blood Donations
  • As Legal Wrangling Over Cuban Boy Continues, Emotions on Both Sides Run High
  • Scientists Use Embryo Splitting Technique to Clone Monkey
  • Despite Moves Toward Peace Agreement, Southern Lebanon Remains a Battlezone
  • Israel Presses U.S. For Some of Its Sophisticated Weaponry
  • January 12, 2000

  • Protest Continue in Cuba for the Return of Elian Gonzalez
  • Chief of Germany's Christian Democratic Party Admits Receiving $50,000 From Arms Dealer
  • Indonesian Authorities Faced With Rash of Sectarian Violence
  • British Government Rules Augusto Pinochet too Ill to Stand Trial in Spain
  • Flight Of Tibetan Spiritual Leader to India Puts Spotlight on Religious Persecution in China
  • United Kingdom Lifts Ban on Gays in the Military
  • January 11, 2000

  • Taliban Shows Some Leniency Toward Women of Afghanistan
  • Chinese Government Increasingly Wary of Religious Activity Beyond its Reach
  • Truck Drivers Continue Protesting in France
  • Spokesman for Elian's Miami Relatives was Paid Political Consultant to Miami Family Court Judge Who Decided Case
  • Pinochet Declared Medically Unfit to Stand Trial
  • January 10, 2000

  • Marine Shoots Russian Soldier Trying to Enter U.S. Embassy in Moscow
  • Japan Hopes New Year Brings Hope for Nation's Economy
  • U.N. Security Council Holds Unprecedented Speech Session on AIDS
  • Judge Awards Temporary Custody of Elian Gonzalez to His Great Uncle in Miami
  • Little Progress Made in First Round of Israel-Syria Peace Talks
  • AOL and Time Warner Announce Merger
  • January 09, 2000

  • Michigan Auto Show Unveils Wondrous Wheels of the Future
  • CNN 20: Breakdown of Geneva Peace Talks; Beginning of Persian Gulf War
  • More Demonstrations Planned in Havana Over Elian Gonzalez
  • High-Profile Controversy Surrounding Exhibit 'Sensation' Brings New Questions About Museum Funding
  • Executive Director of U.N. AIDS Program Insists Fight Against AIDS in Africa Must Be Intensified
  • Clinton Returns to Shepherdstown to Help Middle East Peace Talks
  • Sing-Along Version of 'The Sound Of Music' Packing Them in For London Theater
  • Clinton Administration Launching Initiative to Combat AIDS in Africa
  • Powerful Storm Forces People to Evacuate Canary Islands
  • Condition of Chechen Refugees Continues to Deteriorate
  • Israeli-Syrian Peace Talks Likely to Focus on U.S.-Proposed Framework Agreement
  • January 08, 2000

  • New Flu Cases Overflow Hospitals
  • Russia Pauses Attack on Grozny
  • End of Ramadan Celebrated Internationally
  • Democrats Meet in Iowa for Debate
  • Lawmakers' Involvement in Elian Gonzalez Case Brings Optimism to Relatives
  • California Faces Unusually Dry Winter
  • Congressman Subpoenas Elian Gonzalez in Effort to Keep the Cuban Boy in U.S.
  • To Clear Himself From Charges of Impropriety, McCain Requests All His Letters to be Produced
  • Biggest Items at Consumer Electronics Show Are Also Smallest Items
  • United States Should Expect Harsh Reaction From Cuba if Elian is Not Returned
  • Democratic Candidates Go Head to Head in Iowa Debate
  • Anti-American Sentiment Grows in Cuba as Elian's Return is Delayed
  • January 07, 2000

  • European Airport Security Twice as Good as American
  • President Clinton Attempts to Jump Start Sluggish Peace Talks
  • President Clinton Wants Congress to Approve $300 Million More on Computer Security
  • New Indications Show Russia Facing Trouble in Chechnya
  • Janet Reno to Meet with Miami Officials and Attorneys for Elian Gonzalez
  • Protests Continue in Cuba Over Elian Gonzalez
  • January 06, 2000

  • Increased Flow of Immigrants Into U.S. Makes Job of Census Bureau a Bit More Challenging
  • CNN 20: Atlanta Hawks Coach Lenny Wilkens Breaks NBA Coaching Wins Record
  • Government Expected to Give Final Approval to Abortion Pill Soon
  • Clinton Hopes to Pick Up Pace of Israel-Syria Negotiations
  • New Questions Raised About NATO Airstrike During Yugoslavia Campaign
  • Reports Surface of Increasing Russian Casualties in Chechnya
  • Custody Fight Over Elian Gonzales Moves to Streets of Miami
  • January 05, 2000

  • Arab Parishioners of Greek Orthodox Church Criticize Patriarchate
  • Negotiators Meet for Third Day in Syrian-Israeli Talks
  • Congressman Lincoln Diaz-Balart Says Laws Require Judicial Review Before Returning Elian Gonzalez to Cuba
  • INS Orders Boy Be Sent Back to Father in Cuba
  • January 04, 2000

  • Passenger Trains Collide in Norway
  • Clinton Gets Peace Talks Over First Hurdle
  • Carlos Santana Spreads a 'Spiritual Virus'
  • Growing Indications Dispute Over Cuban Boy May Soon Be Resolved
  • Pentagon Admits Y2K Glitch Blinded Terrorist-Monitoring Satellite
  • A Look at the Worsening Conditions in Grozny

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