Pearl murder trial under way, finally
KARACHI, Pakistan -- A taxi driver testified Monday that he saw Daniel Pearl get into a car with an Islamic militant the day the Wall Street Journal reporter vanished.
Chile's private retirement system holds clues for U.S.
SANTIAGO, Chile -- Chileans are watching with interest as the U.S. Congress debates President Bush's proposal for a partial privatization of Social Security. Chile privatized its national pension system 21 years ago, and supporters say it offers a model for the United States.
As meetings with Pope John Paul II begin today, pressure builds on Cardinal Law.
Moussaoui says he won't cooperate with lawyers
ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- Zacarias Moussaoui, the only man indicted as a Sept. 11 conspirator, politely raised his hand for attention, then declared in court on Monday that he was praying for destruction of the United States and wanted to fire the appointed lawyers he said could not be trusted.
Stunned, France wonders how far-right juggernaut upset ho-hum election
PARIS -- Much of France woke up stunned Monday, deeply troubled and at a loss to understand a far-right upset in what was supposed to be a ho-hum presidential primary many had ignored.
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Updated List of Victims
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Terror's Path: An Interactive Map
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