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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The Bush administration rejected a United Nations role in the search for Iraq's weapons of mass destruction yesterday, brushing aside arguments that international inspectors are needed to lend credibility to any discoveries. Ari Fleischer,...
Tribune staff reporterTwo African dinosaurs introduced today by University of Chicago paleontologist Paul Sereno are shining a new light on the mystery of how and when Africa, South America, India and Antarctica broke apart 100 million years ago to form the world's southern...
Sun Foreign StaffFANISAU, Nigeria - If it were possible to wind back the centuries, Halima Umar's village would probably look much as it does today. Umar and her neighbors fetch water by lowering a bucket into a hand-dug well, toil in fields of millet and guinea corn, and...
Tags: Iraq, Burkina Faso, United Nations, Civil Unrest, Government
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush said yesterday that he had "no doubt" going to war against Iraq was the right action but sidestepped a question about using evidence that turned out to be bogus to bolster his case for toppling Saddam Hussein. Speaking in...
Travel editorThere were no rules and, officially, no contest in our search for the 8th Wonders. But we did promise to give someone "something nice from the Travel section" for taking part. That "something nice" is a copy of National Geographic's brand new "Atlas of...
Tags: Iraq, Monuments and Heritage Sites, Israel, Elections, Travel
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Walking through the Capitol last week, Dick Cheney marched past the assembled journalists who hoped to question him, brushing them off in his inflection-less voice with a curt, "Good morning," before slipping behind closed doors. The vice...
Tags: Iraq, Television, Government, Energy, Defense
South Florida Sun-SentinelTo explore the land where hurricanes are born, Sun-Sentinel foreign correspondent E.A. Torriero first interviewed meteorologists from around the world. Based on information from those interviews, Torriero and Sun-Sentinel photographer Mike Stocker...
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