In a continuing war between the Russian government and the nation's only independent national television station, prosecutors yesterday raided a bank owned by Russian media mogul Vladimir Gusinsky. The U.S. State Department cried foul.
Space shuttle Atlantis was launched from Cape Canaveral, Fla., this evening. It's on its way to the International Space Station, 230 miles above the Earth.
Hard-liner Ariel Sharon has declared victory in Israel's special election for prime minister, following incumbent Ehud Barak's concession.
Television coverage of election night returns interfered with the electoral process and in CNN's case was "a debacle," according to an independent report released today.
Leaders of the U.S. beef industry emerged today from talks with government health officials pledging to do a better job of following regulations meant to curb the spread of mad cow disease.
After a high-profile presence at the Republican National Convention in August, streaming media Webcaster Pseudo.com was billing itself at the Internet's latest up-and-comer -- until it went bankrupt a month later.
AOL Time Warner cut more than 2,000 jobs Tuesday in what officials from the recently-merged company said was a move to streamline operations.
By PBS NewsHour
Arkansas-native and poet Maya Angelou read her poem entitled "The Rock Cries Out To Us Today" at the 1993 inauguration of Bill Clinton.
By PBS NewsHour
In 1961, poet Robert Frost read his poem "The Gift Outright" at the inauguration of John Kennedy.
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Deeply rooted in tradition, the presidential inauguration marks a new beginning for both the United States and its brand new president.
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