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Times Staff WritersFALLOUJA, Iraq — As soon as the women of Fallouja learned that four Americans had been killed, their bodies mutilated, burned and strung up from a bridge, they knew a terrible battle was coming. They filled their bathtubs and buckets with water....
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Flashes in the skies over Baghdad yesterday seemed too remote and surreal to shake many Americans out of their usual routines. But, for some, the opening of the war with Iraq brought out raw emotions and high anxieties. "It's terrifying,...
Orlando Sentinel Theater CriticDon't look now, but Grandma's disappeared. The bride is drunk, the disc jockey is putting moves on the bridesmaids and the bride's old boyfriend has shown up to pick a fight. This is business as usual at Tony 'n' Tina's Wedding, the ear-splitting, side-...
Tags: Weddings, Assault, Dance, Crimes, Hotels and Accommodations
Tribune staff reportersSubstituting interrogation for thorough investigation, police in Chicago and Cook County have repeatedly closed murder cases with dubious confessions that imprison the innocent while killers go free. In the first investigation of its kind, the Tribune...
Tags: Murder, Trials, Prosecution, Sexual Assault, Punishment
The New York TimesThe agricultural flatland of central Iraq, where earthen dams and irrigated fields form ready berms and where rows of long buildings line the highways, is providing fertile territory for ambushes that are hampering the advance toward Baghdad, Marine...
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