Braves notes: As the weather cools down, so does the Braves' offense

Errors help Yankees top Red Sox

Sides in umpires' dispute to meet Wednesday

Yankess back in World Series

Mets homer ends 15 inning game

Piazza trying to play through the pain

Mets' homer ends 15-inning game

Cox knew Millwood wouldn't pitch in Game 5

Beantown blows stack over blown calls

Fenway fans: original, offensive

Braves notes: As the weather cools down, so does the Braves' offense

Sox ace versatile

Henderson rips teammate Wendell

Millwood called upon to end series

America an unusual country

Building to be sold October 30

SBC announces $6 billion high-speed Web initiative
NEW YORK -- SBC Communications, the nation's largest local phone company, plans to spend $6 billion in a bid to become the top provider of high-capacity, always-connected Internet service.

Building to be sold October 30
The former JB White department store on Broad Street is scheduled to be sold Oct. 30, one of the building's buyers said. The vacant store is being sought by a group of local businessmen who plan to convert it into apartments.

Additional business news
Shaky Dow closes with gain Monday...Penney to sell credit-card division...Yahoo! adds online voice feature...Bioengineered food meetings set...Reebok admits to poor conditions...Bank announces profit increase...Ford reports raise in earnings

Delta Air Lines buying regional commuter Comair

Delta Air Lines buying regional commuter Comair
CINCINNATI -- Delta Air Lines said Monday it is buying the rest of regional commuter Comair for about $1.8 billion to better coordinate the airlines' flight schedules.

Bank coincides with face lift

SBC announces $6 billion high-speed Web initiative

Additional business news

Bank coincides with face lift
Local business leaders and officers of Georgia-Carolina Bancshares Inc. on Monday officially opened the company's first Columbia County branch -- First Bank of Columbia County.

Georgia's Williams could be ineligible

Carolina's offense nowhere to be found

Holtz's wife wants to come to Vanderbilt game

After two close calls, Mumme looking for win over Georgia

Holtz still looks for answers in losing season

Carter thinks Bulldogs are starting to jell

Tuesday morning quarterback

Wildcats beat up Tigers, look to Georgia

Penn State's defense stifles Buckeyes

College football notes: Tech loses Rogers for rest of season

Hamilton says Yellow Jackets will be OK

Crimson Tide prepares for No. 5 Tennessee

Holtz perplexed by USC perfomance

Pirates look to get back that winning feeling

Actor, animals have local ties
Through the years, the Augusta area has seen its share of interesting people and animals.

Images become part of history
Oil spreads across Prince William Sound. Bodies hang from a scaffold. Schoolchildren are vaccinated against a killer. Romanians rise up to topple their Communist dictator. Amelia Earhart makes a refueling stop in Wyoming. Hawaii joins the Union.

Hits Towe's evaluation of shroud image

S.C.: 'Pledge No!'

Slams sentence in police-killer case

Good reform rejected

Blasts priorities of school leadership

Denies 'monolithic' nature of science

Keep eye on costs

Enumerates reasons for bearing arms

Attacks planning and zoning board

Supports 'prey for malicious litigation'

Extreme Sports
You thought you knew TNN? You don't know TNN. You think it's country music. Maybe "Dukes of Hazzard" reruns. Fishin' and huntin' and sometimes cars go 'round, vroom-vroom. Not anymore. Now TNN is home to the truly essential three R's of junk-fun television -- rodeo, Rollerjam and 'restling!

In The Know
TV TODAY: In The Greatest Supermodels (9 p.m.; The Learning Channel) old guard Cindy Crawford, Iman, Elle MacPherson and Christie Brinkley reflect on the rewards and pitfalls of being a pretty face. Among the topics: always being ``on'' and work ethic.

New magazine toys with kids' and parents' emotions
Confidential to parents of young children: A new magazine has hit newsstands, and it could be dangerous in the hands of your kids.

Rangers rock Thrashers

America an unusual country
We live in a unique country full of contradictions. Here are some examples, sent in by several of you -- most recently, Janice McNair.

In The Know

New magazine toys with kids' and parents' emotions

Extreme Sports

Branch awaiting funds
The future of a proposed Columbia County branch of Augusta Technical Institute is up in the air while local and state officials grapple with paying for the project.

Blood shortage mirrors trend

Home front: Radio host wakes Augusta

Blood shortage mirrors trend
Generation X, it seems, isn't much of a blood donor. U.S. teens and twentysomethings aren't replenishing the nation's blood supply, a major reason serious blood shortages are projected in future years, some experts said.

Commission's education reform ideas costly
SMYRNA, Ga. -- From teacher bonuses to smaller classes, from alternative schools and testing to equalized funding, Gov. Roy Barnes is having a hard time getting his education reform commission to stick to his pledge to make changes that won't hit taxpayers in the wallet.

Across the area: Hephzibah man dies in car wreck
A 54-year-old Hephzibah man died Sunday night in Jefferson County after his car flipped over and ejected him from the vehicle, police said.

Officials to debate arrests
A dozen public safety officers in the Richmond County school system could get expanded powers of arrest if the Augusta Commission approves a measure today.

Decrease in area crimes reflects national trend
Crime is decreasing in Augusta-Richmond County, paralleling a national trend, according to police reports.

Committee meets with school board

Officer grateful for second chance
Rodney Williams began his career with the Richmond County Sheriff's Department on Aug. 7. Ten days later, a car accident almost ended it -- along with the deputy's life.

Actor, animals have local ties

Renovation sought for deteriorating Warrenville School
WARRENVILLE -- What started as a group of neighbors worried about a deteriorating abandoned school has transformed into an association of concerned residents determined to work together to restore their neighborhood.

Company wants high court to revisit video poker ruling
COLUMBIA -- Unwilling to play a dead-man's hand, Joytime Distributors of Greenville wants South Carolina's Supreme Court to reconsider last week's ruling that the $2.8 billion-a-year video poker industry has just eight months to live.

Fair fun begins

Gloverville man sentenced in sex case
AIKEN -- A judge sentenced a Gloverville man Monday to seven years in prison for showing pornography to a neighborhood boy and then engaging in consensual sex with the 13-year-old.

Across the area: Hephzibah man dies in car wreck

Healing wanted in valley
Each of the four candidates running for Burnettown Town Council says Horse Creek Valley's only incorporated municipality can be a catalyst for progress from one end of South Carolina Highway 421 to the other.

Decrease in area crimes reflects national trend

Renovation sought for deteriorating Warrenville School

Images become part of history

Politics blamed in firing

Commission's education reform ideas costly

Officer grateful for second chance

Healing wanted in valley

Branch awaiting funds

Case may limit officials' ability to vote on issues

Foreign students learn English together
Area teachers are using pictures, improvising sign language and drawing with crayons to communicate with many pupils. Traditional teaching methods often do not work when children cannot speak, read or write English.

Trash-fee plan gets little notice

Trash-fee plan gets little notice
North Augusta residents let slip their first chance to comment on the city's proposed increase in sanitation fees.

Biologist searches for mushrooms

Gloverville man sentenced in sex case

Politics blamed in firing
Ed McIntyre, who was fired last week as special projects coordinator for the CSRA Business League, said Monday that politics and jealousy cost him his job.

Fair fun begins
Janice Crawford makes sure her ride, the Sooper Jet, is clean and ready for tonight's opening of the Aiken Jaycees' County Fair.

Biologist searches for mushrooms
Fall is the season when oysters grow on trees and the forest floors are littered with stinkhorns, earthstars, puffballs and elfin saddles.

Mall consultants point to Chattanooga
Frank Varallo has seen the rise and fall of the mall. The Chattanooga, Tenn., jeweler watched the behemoth drain away the businesses that surrounded him at Brainerd Village shopping center when Eastgate Mall opened nearby in 1965.

Undefeated Rams many not be NFL's best

Across the area: Man holds woman captive, police say
DECATUR -- Police said Sunday they were prepared to wait as long as necessary to peacefully resolve a hostage situation that began when an armed man took a Decatur woman hostage in her home.

Across the area: Man holds woman captive, police say

Committee meets with school board
For the first time in at least five years, Augusta commissioners met with Richmond County School Board members Monday to discuss ways they could work together to save money.

Mall consultants point to Chattanooga

Animal lovers face land battle
AIKEN -- Horse lovers Mark and Pam Thompson may be faced with giving up their dream home to keep their beloved animals. In July, the couple found 12 acres of land east of Penmar Street, which surrounds four prominent subdivisions near Houndslake Country Club, and decided the picturesque land would be perfect to build the 3,400-square-foot French-style, stone-and-brick home and barn they have always wanted.

Officials to debate arrests

Case may limit officials' ability to vote on issues
ATLANTA -- A case before the Georgia Supreme Court could prevent any elected official from voting on major issues if he is married to a government employee.

Company wants high court to revisit video poker ruling

Tuesday morning quarterback

Foreign students learn English together

Animal lovers face land battle

Home front: Radio host wakes Augusta
By 6:45 a.m., Harley Drew has been up for three hours. Not even the sun is up yet. With a 20-ounce Coca-Cola by his side, he shuffles through newspapers and printouts. For radio station WGAC-AM's 21,700 listeners, his voice is the sound of morning, as integral to their routine as a hot cup of coffee.

Dorsey: Undefeated Rams many not be NFL's best

Rams rout Falcons

Memo to NFL scouts: Draft Georgia RBs late

Vermeil: 5-0 Rams are no fluke

Lions top Vikings

Three Carolina starters sidelined for extended periods

At 1-5, Falcons going nowhere fast

Disappointed coach hints at roster changes

Barber steals the show

Steelers get easy victory over Bengals

Titans top Saints

Panthers hang on to beat 49ers

Passing puts Eagles over Bears

Dolphins beat Patriots in finals seconds

Falcons notes

Colts rally for win over Jets

Mr. Norman Dubbs
Mr. Norman W. Dubbs, 66, of Woodbine Road, died Monday, Oct. 18, 1999, at his residence.

Mr. Huey Copeland
NUNEZ, Ga. -- Mr. Huey Copeland, 81, died Monday, Oct. 18, 1999, at Emanuel County Nursing Home.

Mrs. Margery Purdom
MILLEN, Ga. -- Mrs. Margery Waters Purdom, 88, of South Gray Street, died Sunday, Oct. 17, 1999, at Jenkins County Hospital.

Mr. Ernest Drayton
BEECH ISLAND -- Mr. Ernest Drayton, 82, of Williston Road, U.S. Highway 278, died Thursday, Oct. 14, 1999, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

Mrs. Inella Eidson
BATH -- Mrs. Inella Reames Eidson, 85, of Lee Drive, died Monday, Oct. 18, 1999, at University Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Ida Kitching
AIKEN -- Mrs. Ida Elizabeth Kitching, 66, died Saturday, Oct. 16, 1999, at her residence.

Mrs. Rose Doolin
JONESBORO, Ga. -- Mrs. Rose E. Doolin, of Tudor Drive, died Thursday, Oct. 14, 1999.

Mr. Thomas Cooper Jr.
AIKEN -- Mr. Thomas Booker Cooper Jr., 87, of Parkway South, died Saturday, Oct. 16, 1999, at Pepper Hill Nursing Center.

Mr. Carl Swanson
NORTH AUGUSTA -- Mr. Carl Howard Swanson, 64, of Farrington Way, died Saturday, Oct. 16, 1999, at St. Francis Hospital, Charleston.

Mrs. Annie Quattlebaum
AIKEN -- Mrs. Annie Elizabeth Taylor Quattlebaum, 87, of Columbia Highway North, died Saturday, Oct. 16, 1999, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mr. Samuel Weatherford
Mr. Samuel A. Weatherford, 92, of Wrightsboro Road, died Monday, Oct. 18, 1999.

Mr. Raymond Belt
Mr. Raymond James Belt, 81, of Old Post Road, Evans, died Sunday, Oct. 16, 1999, at Columbia-Augusta Medical Center.

Mr. Jennings Zeigler Jr.
BLACKVILLE, S.C. -- Mr. Jennings Bryan Zeigler Jr., 75, of Gardner Road, died Sunday, Oct. 17, 1999, at Lexington Medical Center, Columbia.

Mrs. Vera Hosie
Mrs. Vera Mabel Hosie, 86, of Spencer Street, Martinez, died Sunday, Oct. 17, 1999, at her residence.

Mr. William Rubert
WARTHEN, Ga. -- Mr. William Rolland Rubert, 67, of Sparta-Davisboro Road, died Saturday, Oct. 16, 1999, at Columbia-Augusta Medical Center.

Mr. Earle Kitchen
HARTSELLE, Ala. -- Mr. Earle Dewey Kitchen, 80, died Tuesday, Oct. 12, 1999, at his residence.

Mrs. Bernice Rabun
WARRENTON, Ga. -- Mrs. Bernice Phillips Rabun, 91, of Rabun Circle, died Sunday, Oct. 17, 1999, at McDuffie County Hospital.

Mr. Nelson Stephens
SANDERSVILLE, Ga. -- Mr. Nelson Stephens, 66, of Keg Creek Lane, died Thursday, Oct. 14, 1999, at Washington County Regional Medical Center.

Mrs. Vashti Davis
LOUISVILLE, Ga. -- Mrs. Vashti Jackson Davis, 62, of Beech Street, died Friday, Oct. 15, 1999, at her residence.

Mr. Clifford Phillips Jr.
Mr. Clifford Ray Phillips Jr., 48, of Fenwick Street, died Monday, Oct. 18, 1999, at his residence.

Mrs. Lois Walton
TIGNALL, Ga. -- Mrs. Lois Helen Bufford Walton, 83, of Delhi Road, died Saturday, Oct. 16, 1999, at Wills Memorial Hospital.

Rev. Charles Lavender
THOMSON -- The Rev. Charles Pearson Lavender, 78, died Saturday, Oct. 16, 1999.

Mr. George Stout Sr.
GROVETOWN -- Mr. George E. Stout Sr., 89, of VFW Road, died Monday, Oct. 18, 1999, at his residence.

Mrs. Martha Maddox
Mrs. Martha E. Wood Maddox, 71, died Saturday, Oct. 16, 1999, at St. Joseph Hospital.

Christopher Williams Jr.
BEECH ISLAND -- Mr. Christopher Williams Jr., of Beechdale Loop, died Friday, Oct. 15, 1999, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mrs. Vera Hosie
Mrs. Vera Mabel Hosie, 86, of Spencer Street, Martinez, died Sunday, Oct. 17, 1999, at her residence.

Mrs. Jerusha Ellison
SPRINGFIELD, S.C. -- Mrs. Jerusha Ellison, 82, of Springfield Road, died Sunday, Oct. 17, 1999, at her residence.

Ms. Georgia Rich
JOHNSTON, S.C. -- Ms. Georgia Marie Rich, 44, of Old Chapel Ferry Road, died Saturday, Oct. 16, 1999, in Edgefield.

Mr. Edward Rich
NEVILS-PEMBROKE, Ga. -- Mr. Edward R. ``Ted'' Rich, 71, died Monday, Oct. 18, 1999, at his residence.

Mrs. Evelyn Greene
ALLENDALE, S.C. -- Mrs. Evelyn Dix Greene, 78, of Barton Road, died Friday, Oct. 15, 1999, at Allendale County Hospital.

Mr. Malachi Marshall
GROVETOWN -- Mr. Malachi Marshall, 47, of Fifth Avenue, died Friday, Oct. 15, 1999, at Columbia-Augusta Medical Center.

Mrs. Evelyn Graham
ALLENDALE, S.C. -- Mrs. Evelyn Daniels Graham, 89, of Flat Street, died Saturday, Oct. 16, 1999, in Fairfax.

Ms. Clementine Kelley
BRONX, N.Y. -- Ms. Clementine Jenkins Kelley, 80, of Carpenter Avenue, died Wednesday, Oct. 13, 1999, at Montefiore Hospital.

Mr. Johnnie Broadwater
Mr. Johnnie B. Broadwater, of Deans Bridge Road, died Wednesday, Oct. 13, 1999, at Beverly Manor Convalescent Home.

Mrs. Ida Kitching

Mr. Malachi Marshall

Mr. Samuel Weatherford

Mrs. Lois Walton

Mr. George Stout Sr.

Mr. Clifford Phillips Jr.

Ms. Clementine Kelley

Mr. Ernest Drayton

Mr. Nelson Stephens

Mrs. Bernice Rabun

Mrs. Jerusha Ellison

Rev. Charles Lavender

Mr. Jennings Zeigler Jr.

Mrs. Martha Maddox

Mrs. Vera Hosie

Mr. William Rubert

Christopher Williams Jr.

Mr. Raymond Belt

Mr. Edward Rich

Mr. Huey Copeland

Mrs. Inella Eidson

Mr. Johnnie Broadwater

Mr. Earle Kitchen

Mrs. Vera Hosie

Mrs. Evelyn Greene

Mrs. Evelyn Graham

Edmondson: Statesman's life a model for education reformers
ONE OF THE best new books on education doesn't appear to be about education at all. It advances new theories on how children learn to read. It doesn't debate a student's rights to freedom of expression. It never even uses the ``word character'' education.

Lynx class act
The Augusta Lynx's Oct. 14 opener wasn't too classy, but the hockey team's management performed a class act the other day. Two watches and $600 were stolen from the Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center visitor's locker room during an Oct. 10 Lynx exhibition game with the Greenville, S.C., Grrrowl.

Backs challenger in Grovetown race
Re the Oct. 5 letter by Bo Giddens concerning the Grovetown mayoral race: I also support George James inthis election. Nancy Faulkner, Grovetown

Supports 'prey for malicious litigation'
I would like to add my name to the very long list of Dr. Franklin Epstein's satisfied patients. In the late spring of 1995, I began to experience severe pain in my upper back, loss of use of my right arm and numbness in my right hand. C. L. "Skip'' Townsend Jr., Aiken

Attacks planning and zoning board
I read, with much amusement, The Chronicle article regarding the acquisition and planned future commercial development of the areas surrounding the Augusta National, National Hills and Berckmans Road. David Fogle, Augusta

Good reform rejected
Egged on by the Big Media elites, the White House and some so-called ``progressives'' are all for piling on more of the same type of campaign reforms that the 1996 Clinton-Gore re-election drive so blatantly broke, including accepting money from No. 1 espio-nage foe, Red China.

Keep eye on costs
Was Georgia Gov. Roy Barnes clairvoyant in June when he told his Education Commission appointees he didn't want them to forge a blueprint for bankrupting the state in the name of ``reform?'' Here's the problem: So far nobody on that panel is talking about what duplication, waste or expensive programs should be eliminated.

Recounts another tax refund fight
You have vigorously pursued the matter of the 3-year time limit on refunding erroneously collected taxes for two individuals. Unfortunately, that is the law established by our ``representatives'' in Atlanta and followed elsewhere. H.G. Barclay, Evans

Opposes the 'disarming' of Americans
I am compelled to clarify a few things about Al Kotras' Oct. 10 letter titled ``Blames extremists for shooting deaths.'' Floyd Brown, Evans

Blasts priorities of school leadership
Amid the distracting flap over school uniforms it is good to see some letter writers here tuning in to the real problems in the Richmond County school system. Legitimate student and social problems aside, there is a pervasive mediocrity in our schools related directly to decisions and prioritiesof Superintendent Charles Larke and the School Board. Wesley Ross, Augusta

Denies 'monolithic' nature of science
In a recent letter James D. Griffing makes several statements about science and evolution that are incorrect. To begin with, he states ``that science is monolithically behind evolution. ...'' due to the volume of information that prevents scientists from being objective and skepticalabout anything that is not definitely established. Richard Baxter, Aiken

Supports school uniform requirement
I am concerned about uniforms in Richmond County schools. I am more concerned about the message we are sending to our children when we say to them that you do not have to obey rules and regulations of those in authority. How can we expect them to obey teachers and others in authority in the classroom? Ruth B. Crawford, Augusta

Hits Towe's evaluation of shroud image
As an initial skeptic of the Shroud of Turin's authenticity who has spent the past 22 years researching this topic, I stand by my initial statement that Dr. Kenneth Towe has not done sufficient in-vestigation to make an unbiased evaluation of the shroud. Rev. Albert R. Dreisbach, Jr., East Point

Slams sentence in police-killer case
I feel I speak for the law enforcement officers of this county when I say that we would like toextend our deepest heartfelt ``apologies'' to Bryan Williams for the treatment that he has been subjected to in the last two years of his life. Richard Dixon, Hephzibah

Harbin's persistence
In the long run, persistence usually pays off. That's what state Sen. Ben Harbin, R-Evans, is counting on after learning $1.2 million for the planned Columbia County branch of Augusta Technical Institute was dropped from the Georgia Department of Technical and Adult Education's proposed 2001 budget.

Enumerates reasons for bearing arms
Letter writer Al Kotras couldn't be more wrong in trying to lay the blame for violence at the feet of extremist groups. No such group has an influence without a willing audience. But what got my attention was Mr. Kotras' insistence that semi-automatic and automatic weapons be confis-cated from the public. John Culbert, Williston

Edmondson: Statesman's life a model for education reformers
ONE OF THE best new books on education doesn't appear to be about education at all. It advances new theories on how children learn to read. It doesn't debate a student's rights to freedom of expression. It never even uses the ``word character'' education.

S.C.: 'Pledge No!'
In wake of South Carolina Supreme Court's unanimous ruling striking down the Nov. 2 video poker referendum and banning the poker machines as of next July 1, foes of gambling have switched their campaign from ``Vote No'' to ``Pledge No.''

Sports foundation honors Hamm, Inkster

Fans mixed about Tonya Harding's pro debut

Overtime: Mollicone wins regatta in own class

Overtime: Jags' rally to second in Duke Classic

Earnhardt takes Talladega

Salt Lake Organizing Committee sues cyber squatters

Jarrett takes another step toward title

Furyk wins in Vegas

Cremins anxious to get Yellow Jackets back to NCAA Tournament

New Web site helps teachers, parents
ATLANTA -- Parents will be able to see instantly what their children are supposed to learn, and educators can obtain lesson plans to help them teach the state's curriculum from the new Web-based Georgia Learning Connections unveiled Monday.

Ask the computer guy
Q. I bought WinFax Pro 8.0 on the eBay auction Web site. I received the CD and registered it online, but I didn't get the manuals -- where are they?

FDA takes biotech food issue to the public
WASHINGTON -- The federal agency that ensures genetically engineered foods are safe will hold unusual meetings around the country this fall to hear what Americans think about bioengineered food.

New diets may be unhealthy fad
ATLANTA -- On a typical morning, Ron Glasgow eats a three-egg omelet and a 12-ounce package of bacon or a half-pound of ham. During the rest of the day, he devours all the pork rinds, beef jerky, sausage and steak he wants.

U.S., Russian astronauts to train on ISS module at Baikonur
MOSCOW -- A group of Russian and U.S. astronauts went to the Baikonur cosmodrome Monday to train on a key module of the international space station while it is prepared for launch, a news report said.

Low-level radar system faulted in fatal crashes
WASHINGTON -- A radar system that is supposed to warn low-flying planes of nearby obstacles was plagued with problems and fixed nationwide only after a 1997 fatal airplane crash in Guam, according to a published report.

Web sites look for buyers of luxury goods
NEW YORK -- Shoppers are buying lots of books, videos and toys on the Internet these days, but are they ready to purchase diamond necklaces or designer suits online?

Immune system substance aids recovery in spine-injured rats
NEW YORK -- Rats recovered partially from spinal cord injury when they were treated quickly with a substance pumped out by immune-system cells, an indicator of a possible new therapy, researchers report.

U.S. will honor its nuke ban treaty commitment
WASHINGTON -- The United States will continue to honor a nuclear test ban treaty despite its rejection by the Republican-controlled Senate, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said Sunday.

Scenes from an atomic desert
NEVADA TEST SITE -- It was a perfect morning for an airdrop. No clouds, no wind -- nothing stirring in the big sky except the B-50 bomber circling the desert like a buzzard.

Biggest Baby Bell to bring high-speed net access
NEW YORK -- SBC Communications, the local phone company for the Southwest and Midwest, plans to spend billions of dollars more to bring robust Internet access to its customers sooner, according to an industry report.

Your style
Tilia Parks, 16, junior at Butler High School

Your style

Keeping it in the family

Bullies use fists to mask own failings
THIS WEEK'S PROBLEM ``I always let bullies push me around. I'm scared of bullies because they really know how to fight.'' -- 12-year-old Augusta girl

The big screen
Nicholas Cage plays a paramedic forced into a nervous breakdown when he is haunted by the ghosts of those he could not save.

The big screen

Bullies use fists to mask own failings

Keeping it in the family
Is it ``Mama'' and ``Daddy'' or ``Mrs.'' and ``Mr.''? That's the dilemma for students who attend school where their parents work as teachers or administrators.

New diets may be unhealthy fad

Web sites look for buyers of luxury goods

Scenes from an atomic desert

Ask the computer guy

Low-level radar system faulted in fatal crashes

FDA takes biotech food issue to the public

New Web site helps teachers, parents

Immune system substance aids recovery in spine-injured rats

U.S. will honor its nuke ban treaty commitment

Biggest Baby Bell to bring high-speed net access

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