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  • January 8, 2004  

    Hostile fire may have had a role in the crash of a U.S. Army medical helicopter near Fallujah and the emergency landing of a military transport plane in Baghdad today. Ray Suarez speaks with The New York Times’ John Burns about the recent rise in attacks against coalition targets in Iraq. Continue reading

  • January 6, 2004   BY Admin 

    A Roman Catholic Church audit released Tuesday found that almost all dioceses in the United States fully comply with a new mandatory policy aimed at preventing sex abuse by priests, although some victim advocates criticized the audit’s methodology. Continue reading

  • January 6, 2004  

    Pete Rose admitted this week that he bet on baseball but maintains that he never wagered against his own team. Ray Suarez discusses with Roger Angell, senior editor for the New Yorker, and author Jim Bouton, a former New York Yankees pitcher, whether this admission could earn Rose entry into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Continue reading

  • January 2, 2004   BY Admin 

    One soldier was killed and another wounded Friday when their helicopter crashed near Fallujah, Iraq, after coming under what was likely enemy fire, the military said. Continue reading

  • January 2, 2004   BY Admin 

    One soldier was killed and another wounded Friday when their helicopter crashed near Fallujah, Iraq, after coming under what was likely enemy fire, the military said. Continue reading

  • January 2, 2004   BY Admin 

    A British Airways flight from London to Washington, D.C., was cancelled for a second day Friday as the U.S. government and its allies continued to scrutinize flights coming into the United States for possible terrorist threats. Continue reading

  • January 2, 2004  

    A reporter follows Charlie Company of the U.S. Army’s 4th Infantry Division as it patrols the Sunni Triangle of central Iraq. Continue reading

  • January 2, 2004  

    Two military experts discuss how the soldiers’ tactics address U.S. objectives in the war-torn country. Continue reading

  • January 2, 2004  

    Since the government raised the terror warning level to orange, or high, last month, at least ten U.S.-bound flights from foreign countries have been cancelled, delayed or escorted to the airport by jet fighters. Paul Davies updates the situation and Ray Suarez follows up in a conversation. Continue reading

  • January 1, 2004   BY Admin 

    A bomb blast ripped through a crowded, upscale restaurant hosting a New Year’s Eve party in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, killing eight people and injuring some 30 others. Continue reading