falls to US forces
far ahead of laws that govern it
Some speculate that nanotech, which cuts across many disciplines,
will be the next big thing in the world of technology,
taking a place on the list that includes the industrial
revolution, atomic energy, computers, space exploration
and the Internet
the Risks of Nanotechnology
Nanomaterials are different. Because of their small size,
we are able to get them into parts of the body where typical
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IN: Emergency director to refrain from armed patrols
The city's emergency management director has agreed to
abstain from participating in armed neighborhood watch
patrols to eliminate any confusion between the two interests
watch list angers air travelers
Congressional offices and a privacy group have received
numerous complaints from Americans who say a federal government
watch list is unfairly targeting and harassing them at
SARS MYSTERY DISEASE OUTBREAK
in Far East push Sars toll to 100
The death toll from severe acute respiratory syndrome
(Sars) reached 101 yesterday as more fatalities were reported
in China, Hong Kong and Singapore.
SARS testing at U.S. airports
Inspectors told to admit even Asian passengers with virus
US NEWS HEADLINES
probes fate of pilot downed in 1991
A team of CIA and Defense Intelligence Agency analysts
is preparing to enter Iraq to investigate the fate of
Navy Capt. Michael Scott Speicher, shot down over Iraq
on the first day of the first Persian Gulf War in January
Down: U.S. fourth-graders rank 9th overall in reading
vets may face big cuts
As many as 15,000 Colorado veterans may suffer drastic
service cuts or huge increases in their health care costs
under the budget passed by the U.S. House of Representatives,
according to a report from House Democrats.
found in abortion law
Teens avoid telling parents, panel told
MEDIA CONTROL AND PROPAGANDA
Tells Iran, Syria, N. Korea 'Learn from Iraq'
John R. Bolton, U.S. undersecretary of state for arms
control and international security, also appealed to
Syria and other countries in the Middle East to open
themselves up to "new possibilities" for peace
in the region.
Korea 'convinced it's next'
North Korea regards the US-led attack on Iraq as confirmation
of its fear that it is next on Washington's list of
targets, a UN official has said.
Sees the U.S. as a Tyrant
For the last five years, the United States has preached
a message here of democracy and respect for human rights.
But for many Indonesians, the Iraq war is teaching a
different lesson: The United States can use its unrivaled
military power to enforce its will anywhere, anytime.
NEW WORLD ORDER
Blair Pledge U.N. Role in Iraq
Looking beyond the war, Bush and Prime Minister
Tony Blair pledged to give the United Nations
a role postwar Iraq
TORTURE: THE NEW AMERICAN
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SCIENCE AND HEALTH
old woman gives birth in Raipur
A 65-year-old woman has given birth to a normal baby
in Chhattisgarh's capital city Raipur, doctors at a
private nursing home said today.
baby' ban quashed
A ban on a couple creating a baby to help save their
child has been overturned by the Court of Appeal.
of endangered species succeeds
Angus cow gives birth to rare banteng
Strain to Resist Resistance
A new antibiotic is the latest and most potent in the
family of drugs that can cure anthrax.
U.S. intelligence sources saw Saddam Hussein
enter a building in Baghdad on Monday and not
emerge before four 1-ton Air Force bombs destroyed
it, government officials said yesterday
survived attack on building say British intelligence
Saddam Hussein survived an attack on a building
in Baghdad in which he was reported to have
been meeting his sons Uday and Qusay on Monday
gun fire rips through Baghdad as U.S. troops flow
Saddam Hussein's Fedayeen militiamen materialized
in the city center for the first time in weeks as
U.S. officials reported that coalition forces had
pushed to the heart of Baghdad just hours after their
first major incursion.
fall of Baghdad
Lies Outside Control of Allies
underground bunker near Baghdad's airport
'We're going to have to try to figure out where they
go...there's no telling.'
showed journalists a white stone jail where
they claim Saddam Hussein's secret police for
decades tortured inmates with beatings, mutilations,
electric shocks and chemical baths.
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militia terrorises town
But they appear to be just as terrified, if not more
so, of their new rulers - a little-known Iraqi militia
backed by the US special forces and headquartered
in a compound nearby.
Iraqi children run free as marines roll into Baghdad
U.S. Airmen Missing After F-15E Goes Down
The two men and their aircraft, known as a Strike
Eagle, were deployed from the 4th Fighter Wing, Seymour
Johnson Air Force Base in North Carolina
Bombing Kills 11 Afghan Civilians
An American warplane mistakenly bombed a house, killing
11 civilians near Afghanistan's eastern border with
SECOND AMENDMENT HEADLINES
DC Gun Ban A Deadly Failure Proving, With A Vengeance,
That When Guns Outlawed, Only Outlaws Have Guns