The U.S. Senate Thursday approved a 2002 budget plan that features a smaller tax cut than President Bush sought, but paves the way for a reduction in government spending.
President Bush said future U.S. financial aid depends on increased cooperation with the Hague war crimes tribunal.
By PBS NewsHour
The following is the text of President Bush's memo calling for energy conservation at federal facilities.
A Federal Trade Commission report today had harsh words for the music industry, saying record companies continue to market products with violent or sexual content to children.
The Federal Communications Commission voted today to relax a restriction that barred a company from owning more than one broadcast network.
Sharp disagreements linger over return of plane, future of surveillance flights.
The city is quiet, but not at peace, after an unarmed black man is killed by police.
The president of Yugoslavia is defying international pressure to send Slobodan Milosevic to the Hague to stand trial for war crimes.
By News Desk
More than three months after Democrat Al Gore conceded the contested 2000 election, an independent hand recount of Florida's ballots released Tuesday says he would have lost anyway, even if officials would have allowed the hand count he requested.
The U.S. Senate rejected one of the final amendments standing in the way of adoption of the McCain-Feingold campaign finance reform bill.
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