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Turkey considers letting U.S. troops use its bases in a possible invasion of Iraq in exchange for billions in economic aid.
In a move widely seen as a setback to telecommunication deregulation efforts, the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday voted to give states more power to regulate local telephone competition rules.
Terence Smith reports on a golf story that is reverberating beyond the fairway.
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld discusses U.S. and coalition troop buildup in the Middle East, U.S. war planning, humanitarian concerns within Iraq, U.S. relations with France and Germany, and other issues.
The fire spread quickly, burning some victims beyond recognition while others, including passengers standing outside the trains on the subway platform, died of smoke inhalation.
Terence Smith gets two views on how reporting on a potential Iraq war could differ from the coverage of past conflicts.
Spencer Michels reports on finding love the new-fashioned way... online.
After sometimes-difficult negotiations, the leaders of fifteen European nations issued a firmly worded statement warning Iraq it had one "last chance" to disarm peacefully.
Elizabeth Brackett reports on the plight of United Airlines and its efforts to survive bankruptcy.
Afghan officials and U.S. military officers differ on the number of casualties resulting from American bombing raids in a mountainous area of southern Afghanistan where U.S. special forces have been hunting suspected Taliban militants since Monday.
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