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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush took the nation to the brink of war last night, warning that unless Saddam Hussein and his sons went into exile within 48 hours, the United States would invade Iraq and topple his regime. Speaking from the White House, the...
Tags: Kofi Annan, Radio Industry, Baghdad (Iraq), Weaponry, Government
Sun StaffEven before bombs began falling on Baghdad last night, authorities across the state stepped up searches of cars at the airport and trucks on the highways, amid fears that the war could trigger terrorist acts around the nation. Maryland State Police and...
Sun National StaffHospitals in Cleveland switched to emergency generators, used fans to cool laboring mothers and served patients cold meals. Police dispatchers in Erie, Pa., went back in time and scribbled emergency calls on scraps of paper as they struggled to reboot...
Sun StaffSometime around 4 p.m. yesterday, a power disruption along the U.S.-Canadian border near Lake Erie cut electrical service across the region, blacking out cities spread as far as Canada, New Jersey, Vermont, Ohio and Michigan. That startlingly rapid chain...
From Wire ReportsUNITED NATIONS - The leaders of U.N. weapons inspections teams, responding to intense pressure from the United States and Britain, said yesterday that they would delay their return to Iraq until the Security Council gives them new instructions to guide...
Sun Foreign StaffGAOLING, China -- After Cui Xingsheng welcomes visitors into his traditional medicine clinic built of brick, mud and tile, he makes sure, the best way he knows how, that they won't accidentally spread SARS. He grabs a bottle of diluted chlorine and sprays...
Sun StaffA tornado struck a rural section of Cecil County in northeastern Maryland late yesterday, the second to hit the state in five days. The funnel cloud was spotted as it touched down south of the town of Calvert at 5:55 p.m. and tracked northeast toward...
Tags: Baltimore Weather, Floods, Family, Natural Disasters, Tornadoes
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The al-Qaida figure who planned the Sept. 11 attacks initially envisioned an even more devastating plot to hijack 10 planes and crash nine of them into nuclear power plants, FBI headquarters and buildings in California, but was overruled by...
From Wire ReportsBAGHDAD, Iraq - United Nations weapons inspectors returned to Iraq yesterday for the first time in nearly four years, backed by the threat of force and the authority to search anywhere, anytime for chemical, biological and nuclear weapons - even in the...
Mr. Speaker, Vice President Cheney, members of Congress, distinguished guests, fellow citizens: Every year, by law and by custom, we meet here to consider the state of the union. This year, we gather in this chamber deeply aware of decisive days that lie...
Tags: Yemen, Energy Saving, Human Rights, Baton Rouge, Anthrax
Sun StaffTHE DAY AFTER the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, I wrote a short profile of Renee May -- one of many The Sun published about victims with Maryland connections. May was an attendant on the American Airlines Flight 77 that...
Sun Foreign StaffEVIAN, France - As world leaders began to gather for an economic summit that many hoped would heal the diplomatic wounds caused by the war in Iraq, French President Jacques Chirac offered a crooked smile and the briefest of handshakes as he met with...
Tags: Kofi Annan, Geneva (Swiss Confederation), G8, Germany, Italy
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