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A weekend of attacks on Iraq's energy and water infrastructure threatened to disrupt U.S. reconstruction plans, while depriving many Iraqis of electricity and water supplies amid rising summer temperatures.
California's TV and radio broadcasters have scheduled a Sept. 17 debate for the top-polling contenders in the state's first-ever gubernatorial recall elections.
Dozens of U.S. Marines landed at Liberia's main airport Thursday to help African peacekeepers move into rebel-held areas of Monrovia.
Several dozen U.S. Marines landed in Liberia. Ray Suarez talks to Ann Simmons of the Los Angeles Times.
Liberians, frustrated by the lack of humanitarian aid, stormed Monrovia's port Wednesday, as rebel fighters prepared to hand it over to West African peacekeepers who will supply desperately needed aid.
A U.S. military inquiry into the death of two foreign journalists at a Baghdad hotel April 8 has concluded that the troops were justified in firing at what they had reason to believe was an enemy position, the U.S. Central…
An Internet company trade association and several universities are challenging the Recording Industry Association of America's crackdown on individuals suspected of illegally downloading copyrighted music over the Web.
Terence Smith speaks with New York Times reporter Robert Worth about the fuel shortages and rioting in Basra.
Actor Gregory Hines, often considered the greatest tap dancer of his generation, died this weekend in Los Angeles.
President Bush marked the 100th day since major military operations in Iraq ended with a press appearance at his ranch in Crawford, Tex. Friday, saying "good progress" had been made in the postwar effort.
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