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Former President Reagan turns 92
Topic: Current Events 4:13 pm EST, Feb  6, 2003

] Former President Ronald Reagan turned 92 Thursday,
] increasingly isolated by Alzheimer's disease from both
] his family and a troubled world over which he once held
] sway.

Go Ronnie!

Former President Reagan turns 92

World's tallest towers proposed for WTC site
Topic: Current Events 10:10 am EST, Feb  5, 2003

] Two architectural teams were named finalists Tuesday in
] the competition to design what will be built on the World
] Trade Center site, each proposing plans that would create
] the tallest structures in the world, easily dwarfing the
] twin towers destroyed in the September 11 terrorist
] attacks.

Check out the picture.

World's tallest towers proposed for WTC site

Iraqi official: U.S. will lie about arms
Topic: Current Events 7:24 pm EST, Feb  2, 2003

Secretary of State Colin Powell will likely show fabricated evidence when he presents the U.S. case against Saddam Hussein to the U.N. Security Council this week, a senior Iraq official said Sunday.

?I think they will be fabricated, space photos, aerial photos, to some details to some thing that could be interpreted in different ways just to create suspicions,? Amin said of Powell's testimony. ?They will not be real evidences because we have no weapons of mass destruction, no proscribed activities.?

Iraqi official: U.S. will lie about arms

Punxsutawney Phil Forecasts More Winter
Topic: Current Events 1:07 pm EST, Feb  2, 2003

The weather-prognosticating groundhog known as Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow during the annual Groundhog Day (news - web sites) ceremony on Sunday, signaling six more weeks of winter in North America.

Punxsutawney Phil Forecasts More Winter

Officials say no indication of terrorism in Columbia breakup
Topic: Current Events 8:13 pm EST, Feb  1, 2003

WASHINGTON -- Government officials said Saturday there was no indication that terrorism was a factor in the loss of the space shuttle Columbia.

"There is no information at this time that this was a terrorist incident," said Gordon Johndroe, spokesman for the Homeland Security Department. "Obviously the investigation is just beginning, but that is the information we have now."


What information??

Officials say no indication of terrorism in Columbia breakup

'Kingpin': Pushing network TV limits
Topic: Current Events 6:29 pm EST, Feb  1, 2003

NBC is aggressively pushing "Kingpin," its new drug-cartel drama getting a tryout during the key February ratings sweeps.

It's a centerpiece of the network's schedule, with two episodes airing weekly from Sunday, February 2, through Tuesday, February 18. The series has been heavily promoted. And NBC Entertainment President Jeff Zucker even deemed "Kingpin" to be Shakespearean in its depth.

"I don't think it'll be all that," David Mills, the series' executive producer, said with a modest laugh.

But he's unfazed by comparisons, Mills says -- including to HBO's "The Sopranos" and the Oscar-winning film "Traffic," which have already broken ground on "Kingpin" themes of drugs, families and the criminal ties that bind and destroy.

'Kingpin': Pushing network TV limits

'Guru of Ganja' convicted of cultivation
Topic: Current Events 1:33 pm EST, Feb  1, 2003

An author of how-to books on growing marijuana and avoiding the law was convicted Friday of marijuana cultivation and conspiracy charges.

The federal jury concluded that Ed Rosenthal, the self-described "Guru of Ganja," was growing more than 100 plants, conspiring to cultivate marijuana and maintaining a warehouse for a growing operation. Rosenthal, 58, faces a maximum of 85 years in prison when sentenced June 4.

'Guru of Ganja' convicted of cultivation

Euro leaders thumbs-up, Mandela not
Topic: Current Events 10:06 am EST, Jan 30, 2003

] Former South African President Nelson Mandela slammed
] President Bush and his stance on Iraq, saying, "If there
] is a country that has committed unspeakable atrocities in
] the world, it is the United States of America." Speaking
] at the International Women's Forum, Mandela said, "One
] power with a president who has no foresight -- who cannot
] think properly -- is now wanting to plunge the world into
] a holocaust."

Euro leaders thumbs-up, Mandela not

Iraq to chair U.N. disarmament conference
Topic: Current Events 9:44 am EST, Jan 29, 2003

] Iraq will chair the United Nations' most important
] disarmament negotiating forum during the panel's May
] session.
] At the rules-minded United Nations, it's not a country's
] status with international weapons inspectors, but the
] letters in its name that determine which member state
] chairs the Conference on Disarmament.
] "The irony is overwhelming," a U.S. diplomat said.

Iraq to chair U.N. disarmament conference

U.S. spy plane crashes in S. Korea
Topic: Current Events 10:49 am EST, Jan 27, 2003

] An American U-2 spy plane crashed Sunday in South Korea,
] injuring three people on the ground. The Air Force pilot
] ejected safely.

Must have been hit with the SQL worm. ;)

U.S. spy plane crashes in S. Korea

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