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Tribune foreign correspondentThe wind-raked scrub of this barren plateau reveals little hint of the revolution gurgling 9 feet beneath. China's first international oil pipeline, buried in the Kazakh steppe, is a milestone for the world's newest empire--one forged not in the name...
What hath God wrought? Late last month, after more than 150 years, Western Union discontinued all telegram and commercial messaging services. Not just STOP but full stop. The news traveled fast—the company posted the notice on its website—but...
I admit it: I was a little tough on the first "Night at the Museum." My son and I disagree all the time on movies, yet I suppose it took his delight in the film's simple but surefire premise (to preteens especially) to make me reconsider. Also, repeated...
Special To The SunAlmost exactly a century ago, on Dec. 17, 1903, Wilbur and Orville Wright made the first four powered airplane flights in Kitty Hawk, N.C. The longest lasted 59 seconds and carried Wilbur Wright 852 feet. A couple of years later, the U.S. Army was...
Tribune staff reporterIraq's prediction that it faces a U.S.-led attack during Ramadan later this month is "ridiculous," Secretary of State Colin Powell said Wednesday, but he suggested the United States may make that nation its next objective once it has finished its military...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Now comes the hard part in Afghanistan. In the shadows, U.S. and British special operations forces are gearing up to go in on the ground. Citing the need for secrecy, Pentagon officials are reluctant to talk about the prospect of Green...
Sentinel National CorrespondentCoalition airstrikes apparently killed 200 Baath Party officials near Basra and also struck at paramilitary "death squads" outside Baghdad blamed for fake-surrender ambushes and the first suicide-bomber attack on allied troops. U.S. forces were also...
Sun National StaffOne in a series of occasional articles LISSIE, Texas - On a rice farm west of Houston, in a pasture littered with cow droppings, Jim Akkerman is immersed in the work of the future. Flanked by industrial gas tanks and wearing a straw hat, he rummages...
Sentinel Staff WriterIn an ominous succession of developments, the war appeared to be intensifying in Iraq and beyond Friday as coalition forces moved closer to the Republican Guard, U.S. officials issued warnings to Syria and Iran, and a missile strike shook Kuwait City....
Sun StaffTHE PLAINS, Va. - In its three-month odyssey of trial and error, the model rocket code-named R.A.V.E.N. had its share of disasters. After one launch, the rocket burst into flames like the mythical phoenix. Another time, it crash-landed atop a frozen...
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Sun StaffThere are those who would have you believe that on Dec. 17, 1903, in the fishing village of Kitty Hawk, N.C., two men with a penchant for starched white collars and bowler hats did not solve the age-old riddle of human flight. Those first-flight tales by...
American forces crushed divisions of Iraq's vaunted Republican Guard on Wednesday as they stormed across the Mesopotamian plain to draw within sight of Baghdad. Marines routed the 8,000-member Baghdad Division protecting the southeastern approach to...
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