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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The somber traditions of a nation in mourning suffused Ronald Reagan's last journey yesterday as his flag-draped casket traveled from California to the nation's capital for a cortege through the city and an elaborate funeral at the Capitol,...
Tags: Justice System, Arts, Boeing Co., Ronald Reagan, White House
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - As four hijacked planes bore down on Washington and New York on Sept. 11, 2001, military and civilian officials in charge of securing the nation's skies were wholly unprepared, unable to communicate with one another or with people in their...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush gave the order to go to war last night shortly before 7 p.m. Soon after, he retired to the White House residence to have dinner with his wife, having made a decision that could define his presidency and change the United...
Sun National StaffCAMP DAVID - Refusing to estimate how long the war might last, President Bush and Prime Minister Tony Blair of Britain vowed yesterday to sustain the military campaign in Iraq for as long as it takes to oust Saddam Hussein's regime and rid the country...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON-- President Bush had harsh words last night for Osama bin Laden, calling him "the evil one" and a parasite but acknowledging that the U.S. government does not know whether the terrorist mastermind is dead or alive. Bush, in his first prime-...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - As U.S. warplanes intensified their attacks in Afghanistan yesterday, the FBI warned Americans that it has information indicating there could be further terrorist attacks in the United States and against U.S. interests overseas within the...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON -- As deadly new guerrilla attacks rocked the U.S.-led occupation, President Bush shifted policy on Iraq's political future yesterday, approving ideas for turning power over to a provisional government by the summer or fall of 2004. After...
From Wire ReportsWASHINGTON - In an effort to win United Nations Security Council support, the United States is backing down from its demands that a new U.N. resolution must authorize military force against Iraq if Baghdad does not abide by new weapons inspections rules....
Sun ReporterThe fight for Florida's electoral votes shifts to a Miami courtroom today, with each side digging in its heels over a manual recount of presidential ballots. Texas Gov. George W. Bush, whose minuscule lead in Florida has been shrinking to below 300 votes...
Tags: Local Elections, Robert DeNiro, Voting, Vice (movie), Polls
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...
Tags: Local Elections, Ralph Nader, U.S. Senate, Voting, Illinois
Sun StaffAuto safety The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has refused to provide consumer groups with data on defective auto parts and rollover propensities. Energy policy The Bush administration continues to fight efforts by activists to...
Sun National StaffIn the midst of dealing with military action abroad and an anthrax crisis at home, President Bush paid a brief visit to suburban Baltimore yesterday, telling employees at a small packaging company that he wants Congress to act fast to cure the nation's...
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