The British government stripped lawmaking power from the fledgling Northern Ireland coalition -- a move officials say will give Protestant and Catholic politicians more time to settle their differences.
A Palestinian suicide bomber killed at least 15, including six children, in a Jerusalem restaurant packed with families.
Israeli police said police officers and special forces entered and closed nearly a dozen offices of the Palestine Liberation Organization in East Jerusalem following a deadly suicide bombing.
An international envoy said a peace accord between Macedonia and ethnic Albanian rebels will be signed Monday, despite renewed violence in the region.
Software giant Microsoft appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that the company is an illegal monopoly.
International arms monitors in Northern Ireland said a plan issued by the Irish Republican Army could result in the group putting its weapons "completely and verifiably beyond use."…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The following is the text of the President's Daily Briefing (PDB), entitled Bin Laden Determined to Strike in U.S., as presented to President Bush on Aug. 6, 2001.
Gwen Ifill discusses the American Bar Association's consideration to revamp ethics rules with Nancy Moore, a Boston University law professor who helped draft the rule changes; and attorney David Pasternak, a past president of the Los Angeles County Bar Assocation.
Kwame Holman provides a synopsis of congressional activity before the coming August recess.
A sweeping energy plan adopted by the House last night will allow drilling in the Arctic Reserve, encourage energy production, promote conservation and modestly raise fuel efficiency standards.
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