August 20, 2000
Overcrowded, overbooked and overwhelmed
Bad weather, labor woes and lots of travelers have made this a summer of discontent for airline passengers.
The way to win, Part 2
Here are four things Vice President Al Gore must do to become the next president.
Officials: Sub crew likely dead
MOSCOW -- The Russian Navy said Saturday that all 118 members of the crew of the wrecked nuclear-powered submarine Kursk are now probably dead and that in the frantic initial hours trapped in the sunken vessel survivors signaled their comrades on the surface to send down air because their sealed compartments were filling with water.
Giuliani names police commissioner
Lieberman takes break to attend synagogue
Aviation secretary's job hinges on presidential election
Tampa native Francisco Sanchez, 41, will lose his new job at the Department of Transportation if George W. Bush wins the election.
Russians land at Iraq airport
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- A Russian humanitarian delegation landed in Baghdad's newly reopened international airport without U.N. approval Saturday amid Iraqi hopes of more visits from abroad following last week's defiant trip by Venezuela's president.
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Bush Pledges Iraq Arms Hunt Will Continue
'Partial Birth' Abortion Ban Passes House