October 18, 2000
Israel, Palestinians warily agree to truce
"We should have no illusions about the difficulties ahead," President Clinton says as gunbattles continue.
Materials linked to bombing of 'Cole'
Investigators say the men who built the bombs probably did not drive the boat; they are too valued for a suicide mission.
Kids die, and the blood is on everyone's hands
BETHLEHEM, West Bank -- Past the place where Jesus was born, Palestinians on Tuesday carried a child to his grave.
In final shot at title, the gloves come off
ST. LOUIS -- Who, as president, would be the biggest spender? That was the major question that divided presidential candidates George W. Bush and Al Gore in their final -- and by far their most effective -- debate Tuesday night.
An improvement, but is it enough?
ST. LOUIS -- Finally, a debate worth watching.
Cheney says GOP rallied economy
While giving the president some credit during an Ocala visit, the candidate praises Reagan's and Bush's economic policies and questions military readiness.
New rules on organ transplants unlikely
Nation in brief
Deal could end L.A. transit strike
Report: Gore hid Moscow's deal with Iran
The world in brief
Train crash in Britain kills four
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Bush Pledges Iraq Arms Hunt Will Continue
'Partial Birth' Abortion Ban Passes House