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Sun reporterJim McKay was swimming laps in his hotel pool on the morning of Sept. 5, 1972, when he was told he had a phone call. "Jim," said the man on the phone, one of ABC's Olympic producers, "terrorists have broken into the Israeli team headquarters. They've...
Staff And Wire ReportsAs President Bush told the nation that the United States had launched a strike on Iraq, the Brentwood Hills Church of Christ in Nashville opened its doors to the community to watch on two big screens -- and to pray. About 15 people were on hand during...
Tags: Tom Daschle, Television, Baptist, Death, Executive Branch
Sun StaffIt was a speech like no other that Rabbi Rex Perlmeter had given -- delivered inside a Baptist church and pressing the argument that the death penalty is "killing the soul of this country." When he finished his talk last week at Mount Hope Baptist Church...
Tags: Civil Unrest, Baptist, Arts, Death, Criminal Laws
Sun StaffState Sen. Richard F. Colburn, a Dorchester County Republican who sits on a committee that oversees education issues, has withdrawn from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore amid allegations from a former legislative aide who claims to have written...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Declaring that "freedom itself is under attack," President Bush told Congress and the nation last night that the United States was prepared to lead an all-out battle to disrupt and defeat a global web of terrorism. Bush, trying to rally...
Tags: Al-Qaeda, Civil Unrest, Armed Conflicts, Death, Executive Branch
Sun StaffPope John Paul II, who died Saturday at the age of 84, was a proud son of Poland who helped break communism's hold on Eastern Europe as he kept a strict doctrinal grip on worldwide Roman Catholicism. As the first non-Italian pope since 1523, the man born...
Sun StaffPope John Paul II, who died yesterday at the age of 84, was a proud son of Poland who helped break communism's hold on Eastern Europe as he kept a strict doctrinal grip on worldwide Roman Catholicism. As the first non-Italian pope since 1523, the man...
Tags: Illnesses, Surgery, Civil Unrest, Arts, Trips and Vacations
Sun staffThe towers hide in plain sight; there is nothing stiller or more silent on the Lewes, Del., beach. They have been part of this place for so long that people who return year after year to the Delaware resorts hardly notice them anymore. The war against the...
Sun Foreign StaffJERUSALEM - It didn't take long for Uri Lupolianski to realize the importance of being mayor of Jerusalem. A few days after he was elected in June as this city's first ultra-Orthodox leader, the U.S. ambassador to Israel paid a visit to City Hall. A...
Tags: Suicide, Bus Accidents, Ehud Olmert, Diplomacy, Bombings
Sun StaffRip Ballou's world began to blur around the edges as he stood among the croquet wickets, sipping home-brewed beer at a friend's lawn party. He should have expected it. Two weeks earlier, he'd agreed to let infected mosquitoes land on his arm and fill...
Tags: Illnesses, Long Island, Brain, Television, Medical Services
William PfaffPARIS -- Great power rivalries created the conditions in which the First World War became possible, but the war itself was set off by an isolated and intrinsically unimportant act of terrorism by a Serbian nationalist. All that followed was driven by...
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