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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - With rising international support for confronting Iraq, President Bush ratcheted up pressure on Congress yesterday, mocking Democrats who want to delay a vote on authorizing force until the United Nations acts. "Democrats waiting for the U....
Tags: Saddam Hussein, Iraq, National Security, Russia, Illinois
Sun StaffA 35-year-old Army soldier who grew up in Lebanon, Pa., and lived in Western Maryland was killed Monday in Iraq when a mortar shell fired by enemy troops struck his command post in southern Baghdad, according to family members. Spc. George A. Mitchell...
Sun Television WriterStephanie Gosk carries a satellite phone, a digital camera, a laptop computer and a satellite dish the size of a cutting board. Together, these space-age items weigh just 15 pounds and cost roughly $10,000. She is a team of one, chronicling the efforts of...
Times Staff WriterBAGHDAD -- U.S. soldiers arrested a self-proclaimed mayor of Baghdad on Sunday, acting for the second time in less than a week to remove an unelected leader who had grabbed power while American officials struggled to create a transitional government in...
Tags: Islam, Saddam Hussein, Iraq, U.S. Army, National Security
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Fresh outbreaks of looting and civil unrest swept across Iraq yesterday, even as the threat appeared to be fading that remnants of Saddam Hussein's army would mount one last stand against U.S. forces on the battlefield north of Baghdad....
The Wall Street JournalWhat do high-definition TV, flat-panel displays and utility computing have in common? You ignore them at your peril. These are three technologies that have crossed the line -- from the possible to the real, from the future to the present. They...
Sun StaffJust days ago, the Army's 372nd Military Police Company, based near Cumberland, was the source of unabashed pride in the city, the reason yellow ribbons are tacked to tree trunks and fences, and why the Wal-Mart posts pictures of the unit's young soldiers...
Tags: CBS Corp., Iraq, Armed Forces, U.S. Army, Defense
Sun StaffBaseball's offer to establish a regional sports network to help assuage the Orioles' concerns over a competing franchise in Washington could prove highly lucrative, but would face a number of practical obstacles, according to experts. Baseball's...
Sun StaffAt least three foreign journalists were killed and several others wounded by two American strikes in Baghdad yesterday. While U.S. officials said soldiers were returning enemy fire in each case, the deaths sparked bitter accusations that the United States...
Sun StaffA proposal for a major convention hotel to be built adjacent to the Baltimore Convention Center - on a city-owned parking lot that has seen grand ideas come and go - is to be unveiled at a City Hall news conference today. Black Entertainment Television...
Sun ReporterTexas Gov. George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore were locked in a dead heat early today after a tumultuous night of vote-counting and the tightest finish in four decades. Gore, who had phoned congratulations to Bush after 2 a.m. after all of the...
Sun StaffMajor League Baseball sent a high-ranking emissary to Baltimore yesterday to seek the Orioles' blessing for a competing franchise in Washington, but team owner Peter G. Angelos remained resolutely opposed. MLB President and Chief Operating Officer Bob...
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