Run schools like an army Washington model: What the nation's capital is doing has been thought of by others.
Army heeds the lessons of Tailhook Quick response averts suspicion of cover-up
The Powell conundrum
Aberdeen allegations kept quiet for weeks Army delayed telling public to protect probe, avoid media glare
Campaign enters final days The Dole campaign; Uphill pace accelerates in final laps; GOP 'Marathon Man' sets grueling schedule; CAMPAIGN 1996
Upbeat Dole shares stage in Ohio with Kemp and Powell Retired general serves as character witness for Republican nominee; CAMPAIGN 1996
Rooting out hidden war hazards Mines: Though Angola's civil war has ended, the population remains terrorized by thousands of unexploded land mines. They are among the 110 million mines still buried in 68 countries.
Iraqi chemical arms depot was target of U.S. airstrikes Many soldiers may have been exposed to toxins before dump was blown up
Sky-spy deal is flying along But GAO wants JSTARS delayed for additional testing; Big contract for Northrop; Proponents say system proved its worth in gulf war and Bosnia
Clancy's 'Executive Orders': politics, zealotry
Clinton shows how armed action may help a political campaign Dole's 'weak leader' becomes the president GOP nominee supports
U.S. vows to punish Iraq for incursion Administration keeps all options open; U.N. delays oil-for-food deal
Powell touts Dole to vets Retired general introduces nominee at VFW convention; 'He is tried and tested'; Dole attacks Clinton over cutbacks in defense spending; CAMPAIGN 1996
'We're a big enough party to disagree' Fiery Powell speech opens convention; CAMPAIGN 1996; REPUBLICAN CONVENTION
'A big enough party to disagree,' Powell calls GOP Retired general appeals for inclusion; CAMPAIGN 1996; REPUBLICAN CONVENTION
GOP hopes for smoother meeting Local Democrats gear up for their national convention
Dole narrows list of running mates to 3 to meet self-imposed Saturday deadline Finalists not revealed; initial top choices were unavailable; CAMPAIGN 1996
U.S. underrated Saudi terror threat, Perry says Angry senators grill defense secretary about security
Finding the scapegoat is proper pursuit for Clinton White House
U.S. left Vietnam agents for dead Some commandos survived in North, want their back pay
Carter tells ex-classmates to boost 'academy's image' 370 from Class of 1947 recall life as midshipmen
Lancers mark golden anniversary of boys club with a golden purpose
The battle over women in combat Common sense, readiness are being sacrificed
Academy graduates look to future after a grim year 918 get diplomas in annual ceremony
Well-deserved toss of the cap Anne Arundel County: Grads at Naval Academy, other area schools have cause to be proud.
Admiral killed self to spare the Navy another scandal Suicide note mentions 'honest mistake' over unearned decorations
Cold War is over, and the winner is the Pentagon
Playing dooyathink with Powell
Shalikashvili orders study of military's mine policy Action partly prompted by sentiment in Congress against the devices
Rivals' weakness helps Dole get back in front Senator's message remains unchanged through ups and downs; CAMPAIGN 1996
New cuts in defense spending unveiled $242.6 billion budget for fiscal '97 continues Clinton's reduction plans
Gramm backs Dole, calls him best qualified to unite party Move underscores fears within GOP of Buchanan's surge; CAMPAIGN 1996
Coping with a paranoid China Sasser's mission: ambassador from U.S. to China, or to Congress?
Clinton assails purging of military personnel who have AIDS virus Expulsion rule included in defense authorization
Death waits patiently underfoot Millions of mines: One of the greatest dangers awaiting U.S. peacekeepers in Bosnia is the uncounted millions of mines hidden across the land.
President's one-year troop commitment to Bosnia is called unrealistic, political
Dole backs plans for Bosnia Grudging acceptance coincides with higher troop, price estimates; Approval sways Senate; Opposition in House remains strong, but 'no' vote is unlikely
Prince still charming, but... Saudi star dims: Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdul Aziz, the Saudi ambassador, is not the presence in Washington that he was when U.S.-Saudi ties were cozier.
Military chiefs seek more funds for modernizing weapons Memo to Perry warns of slippage in readiness; billions are sought
Powell: the historic non-candidate Black leader in the GOP: bTC His large role in bridging the nation's racial divide.
Powell takes himself out of 1996 race Ex-general says he lacks 'fire' to seek presidency; He's a Republican; Clinton and Dole expected to gain from decision; THE POWELL DECISION
Colin Powell's Jamaican connection
11 conservative activists declare opposition to candidacy of Powell They say they'll work to deny him the GOP nomination if he runs
Powell's book tour ends, but speculation goes on Declared GOP field awaits decision of possible contender
B-2 and Sea wolfare needed for future
Administration resists pressure for Congress to O.K. GIs in Bosnia Mission's importance said to justify casualty risk
'We are here to rebuild' At least 400,000 black men are drawn to Capitol for march; Farrakhan speaks 2 hours; Schmoke, Mfume also on hand for 'uplifting experience'
Bosnia government attacks lessen amid signs Serbia may intervene Cease-fire may actually take hold three days late
Republican candidates play nice in debate Presidential hopefuls keep to issues, avoid personal attacks in N.H.