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Washington BureauAs members of Congress confront a host of legislative initiatives to halt terrorism, discussion of issues that divide them have, for now, moved largely behind closed doors. Rather than noisily air their disagreements in public, as was the order of the...
Sun ReporterGeorge Walker Bush, claiming the mantle of president-elect for the first time, appealed for national unity and reconciliation in a televised speech last night. Bush, winner of the closest presidential election in more than a century despite having lost...
Sun ReporterAl Gore bowed out of the presidential race last night, acknowledging his disappointment after losing a rancorous postelection battle to George W. Bush but pledging his full support to his triumphant rival. "This is America, and we put country before...
Chicago TribuneThey always said refs were too willing to send MJ to the free-throw line. Michael Jordan was allegedly introduced to ex-mistress Karla Knafel by NBA referee Ed F. Rush. If he were smarter, he'd have told the cops it was "field research." James F....
Sun ReporterWith 100 senators sitting in silent attention, House prosecutors opened their case yesterday against William Jefferson Clinton, charging that he had "piled perjury upon perjury," engaged in a "multifacted scheme to obstruct justice" and should be...
Tags: Elections, Prisons, California, Henry J Hyde, South Dakota
Sun ReporterAt 1: 19 p.m. yesterday, history was made on the floor of the House of Representatives. There was a muffled cheer. A few spectators in the gallery applauded. At that moment, as the decisive 218th vote was cast against him, Bill Clinton became the first...
Tags: Bill Clinton, Elections, Arts and Culture, California, History
Sun ReporterJust two days after their historic impeachment vote, key moderate House Republicans yesterday expressed misgivings about the ultimate remedy endorsed by the impeachment articles they approved -- the removal of President Clinton from office. And in a show...
Sun ReporterAs senators struggled yesterday to decide how quickly to conduct a trial of President Clinton, leaders of the House impeachment drive argued for the chance to make a full presentation of their case, complete with testimony from witnesses. Trent Lott, the...
Tags: Bill Clinton, Maine, Justice System, Elections, Prisons
Sun ReporterSuspenseful it was not. And yet, when Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist called for the verdict in President Clinton's impeachment trial, he suddenly placed the weight of history on 100 sets of shoulders in the hushed Senate chamber. "Senators, how say...
Times Staff WriterThe House of Representatives approved legislation Tuesday that could open the door to higher fuel economy standards for gas-gulping sport-utility vehicles. For the first time since Republicans took control of Congress in 1995, the annual transportation...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON -- The deadly assaults on the United States have suddenly altered Washington's agenda from a tight-fisted battle over priorities to a broad agreement to spend whatever it takes to avenge the terrorism, repair the damage and prevent future...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON -- U.S. air attacks over the past two weeks have hammered many of Osama bin Laden's terrorist camps in Afghanistan, crippling his ability to train new fighters, the Pentagon's top officer said yesterday. "We've hit a lot of their training...
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