Waking up to world coffee crisis
Small farmers, especially in Latin America, are being driven into poverty by the plunging price they get for coffee beans.
Gunfire rattles Mideast as criticism is lobbed
Israel says Palestinians must stop terrorism, or elections will be useless.
The show no longer goes on, Israel finds
JERUSALEM -- The next time the Tel Aviv soccer team plays a home game, it will probably be in Bulgaria.
Plan on abuser priests approved
PHILADELPHIA -- Leaders of Roman Catholic religious orders approved details of their plan Saturday to keep sexually abusive clergy away from children but in the priesthood, creating review boards to monitor how their communities handle offenders.
Working on range 'helps me put it all in perspective'
A reporter watches as the president jogs, confers with aides, chops wood and sees a rattler.
Bush touts economic forum
CRAWFORD, Texas -- President Bush on Saturday defended his upcoming economic forum from Democratic critics, saying it will give him the chance to meet with workers and business people.
Domino's delivery may set customers back $1
DETROIT -- Get the door -- and bring an extra dollar.
Fire is now Oregon's largest in century
GRANTS PASS, Ore. -- The nation's largest active wildfire grew to 333,890 acres Saturday, making it Oregon's largest wildfire in a century.
Fragile economy eats at surplus
Times are getting tougher for Canadians as the economic picture is far from bright, Finance Minister John Manley warns.
Indonesia to elect president directly in future
JAKARTA, Indonesia -- In a major expansion of democracy, Indonesia's top legislature amended the constitution Saturday to require direct presidential elections and end reserved parliament seats for the military.
Evidence: Meeting in Spain was key
SALOU, Spain -- A few months before Sept. 11, several al-Qaida operatives slipped into this Spanish beachside resort, blending in with the tourist crowds to hold what investigators increasingly suspect was a pivotal rendezvous in planning the terrorist plot.
Bush talking with Congress on Iraq, but has no timetable
WACO, Texas -- President Bush said Saturday he is consulting with Congress and U.S. allies about Iraq, and he branded Saddam Hussein "an enemy until proven otherwise."
From AP: special links on the terrorist attacks and aftermath
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Satellite view of Ground Zero
Multimedia Coverage of the Terror Attacks
Latest News on the Terror Attacks
Updated List of Victims
Terror Attack Multimedia Gallery
Terror's Path: An Interactive Map
Missing: A Multimedia Essay
Terror Attack: Minute by Minute
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Aftermath Photo Gallery
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