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Sun StaffThe U.S.-led invasion of Iraq - called the "first war of the Internet age" - is showing how much the communications medium has adapted in its relatively recent life. Major news sites on the Web have handled from 30 percent to 100 percent more traffic...
Tags: Demonstration, CNN (tv network), Gaming, ABC (tv network), Iraq
Sun StaffMANASSAS, Va. - The large-scale federal, state and local investigation into the serial sniper who has terrorized the Washington suburbs widened last night to Manassas, where a man was shot to death at a gas station. Montgomery County police headed to the...
Sun Foreign StaffKUWAIT CITY - Pictures of American troops in the center of Baghdad, and then speculation that Saddam Hussein himself had been bombed, gave the unmistakable impression yesterday that the end of the war in Iraq has drawn considerably closer. Arab...
Sun Foreign StaffJERUSALEM - Saddam Hussein's rule may have crumbled yesterday when American troops triumphantly took over the streets of Baghdad, Iraq. But perhaps more important, the regime went unmourned on Arab television. News stations from the Persian Gulf to...
By A Sun Staff WriterRepublican Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. leads Democrat Kathleen Kennedy Townsend 46 percent to 43 percent in the race for Maryland governor, according to a poll for Washington television station WRC-NBC4 released yesterday. The poll is the first to show Ehrlich...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Images of U.S. soldiers forcing Iraqi prisoners to perform sex acts and to injure themselves as part of their abuse at the Abu Ghraib prison shocked members of Congress, who spent a grim afternoon yesterday viewing hundreds of new photos...
Tags: Maryland, Bill Nelson, Justice System, Tom DeLay, Armed Forces
Sun Foreign StaffBAGHDAD, Iraq - Pressed against prickly coils of razor wire outside the Palestine Hotel in central Baghdad yesterday, Kassim Madlool waved his Iraqi identification card like a drowning man calling for help. But what the university-trained mechanical...
Tags: Surgery, Iraq, John Murphy, Palestine, Vehicles
Times Staff WriterKUWAIT CITY - A swift war has handed Jay Garner, the retired American general charged with rebuilding Iraq, a rare and daunting opportunity: to create a new state, from government ministries and police forces to money and television stations. It is a...
From Wire ReportsTIKRIT, Iraq - U.S. soldiers intensified their search for Saddam Hussein yesterday, launching dozens of raids and detaining more than 175 suspected loyalists to the deposed Iraqi leader. With the raids unfolding here, an Arabic-language television...
Sun StaffNick Berg was a big-hearted risk-taker - intent on making the world a better place, willing to do the heavy lifting to make that happen and daring enough to go almost anywhere to do it. As his body arrived at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware yesterday,...
Los Angeles TimesBAGHDAD, Iraq -- Iraq's U.S.-appointed Governing Council took a significant jump yesterday toward restoring self-rule when it named 24 men and one woman to a provisional Cabinet to take over the day-to-day running of the government from American...
Associated PressBEIRUT, Lebanon - The first video image of Osama bin Laden in nearly two years was broadcast on Al-Jazeera TV yesterday, the eve of the second anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. The al-Qaida leader was shown walking through rocky terrain with his top...
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