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Friday, May 31, 2002
Today's Highlights
U.S. Tells Pakistan to Stop Militants
President Bush used his toughest language yet Thursday in demanding that Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf choke off the incursions of Muslim militants into Indian-held territory.
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D.C. Gun Law Backed
Top Priority: Security
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America at War
Farewell at Ground Zero
The sounds of sorrowful remembrance rang out in New York Thursday as bagpipers accompanied the weary but proud procession of thousands of searchers, firefighters, police officers, relatives and city officials who marched from Ground Zero. By Lynne Duke
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Ashcroft: Old Rules Aided Terrorists
FBI Monitored Militants in Italy Before 9/11
Sept. 11 Stress Subsiding
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Politics
Voting Probes' Handling Questioned
Key Democratic senators contended Thursday that the Justice Department did not address the most politically sensitive issues in the 2000 presidential election in Florida.
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Recanvass Sought in Ky. Primary
Trust in Government Declines
Democrats Hopeful Remap Will Help Unseat Nussle
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World
Settlements Expanding Under Sharon
The government of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has steadily continued the expansion of Jewish settlements in the West Bank during the 20-month-old conflict with the Palestinians.
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Mexico Waging Drug War One Prosecutor at a Time
O'Neill Urges Action In Developing World
Killings and a Boycott Mar Algerian Election
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Nation
Helicopter Crashes in Bid to Rescue Ore. Climbers
An Air Force Reserve helicopter crashed Thursday afternoon on live television while trying to rescue a group of climbers who were stranded near the summit of Mount Hood in Oregon.
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Bad Weather Keeps Shuttle on Ground
Developer Was Warned on Crusader
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Metro
Driving Alone During a Longer Commute
The Washington region's commutes are getting longer and more people are driving alone to work than a decade ago, according to the 2000 Census.
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Charities to Drop AIDS Ride Promoter
Nine Picked for Schools Panel
Girl Was Left in Van More Than 7 Hours
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Business
SEC, Microsoft Near Settlement
The Securities and Exchange Commission voted in a closed meeting Thursday to approve a settlement with Microsoft Corp. that will force it to stop using an accounting technique the agency says can mislead investors, sources said.
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Investors Sit on the Fence
Canadian Biotech Makes Spider Silk From Goats
Enron Tax Transactions Under Review by IRS
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Technology
Lockheed Martin Sells Comsat Stake
Lockheed Martin Corp. said Thursday that it will sell 81 percent of its stake in Comsat International to investment firm World Data Consortium LLC, continuing its exit from the telecommunications market.
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VeriSign Tells Staff To Take a Vacation
New Wave of Entrepreneurs Runs Start-Ups With Restraint
Struggling Cycomm Makes Acquisition
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Sports
Langham's Record Day
Franklin Langham tied the course record with a 63 Thursday to top the Kemper leader board.
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Insecurity Guaranteed
McPhee Prefers Hanlon
An Opportunity Lost
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People & Entertainment
Skeleton Keys
When remains of the Waco dead or 9/11 Pentagon victims or Desert Storm casualties -- or most recently Chandra Levy -- need to be studied, the bone guys at the Smithsonian are called in. By Libby Copeland
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In 'Sum,' Too Many Parts That Don't Add Up
J. Carter Brown Resigns
Stones Rolling Slower
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